Treat Yourself to a September break in Mykonos

For fully vaccinated travellers looking to escape quarantine, there’s no better time to enjoy a sun-soaked break in the cosmopolitan island of Mykonos.

Nestled on a prime spot overlooking Mykonos Town stands the family-run 5* Kouros boutique hotel, a perfect choice for a relaxed, sophisticated, and memorable stay.

The island is renowned for its party-lifestyle, yet Kouros offers an alternative – a people-centric philosophy, a chance to enjoy personalised service, heavenly décor, and a cool, chic, relaxed ambience.

Inspired by the creations of the famous French designer Fabienne Spahn, Kouros is a grand complex of whitewashed, stone-built buildings. Each of the boutique’s 40 rooms and suites promise calming sea views and a modern take on design, oozing authentic Greek vibes.

Guests can truly indulge in the amenities on offer at Kouros, the Zoe Spa features organic brand Kos-Paris and comes complete with hydrotherapy area, built-in Jacuzzi and hammam. Two treatment rooms are available, and the hotel also offers a wellness centre and a stunning, recently renovated outdoor pool for those who’d rather soak up the sun and unwind outdoors.

Foodie lovers will not be disappointed as The Narcissus restaurant offers gastronomic excellence. Menus fuse classical Greek favourites with a modernistic twist including dishes such as ‘Wild Sea Bass Ceviche’, ‘Black Cod Confit’ and ‘Angel’s Hair Nest’ comprised of lemon cream, kumquat and mastic ice-cream.

For those who like to explore, Kouros is located a stone’s throw away from the isle’s iconic windmills and pretty town of ‘Little Venice’, home to an array of cafes, restaurants, boutiques, and hidden gems to be found by foot. Wander through the cobbled streets by day and enjoy sumptuous cocktails at the affluent bars by night.

It’s not too late to book a late-summer getaway on one of Greece’s most-loved islands, at an idyllic, central boutique hotel. Go on, treat yourself…!

At Kouros, guests always come first, and safety is hight priority; in addition to high housekeeping and hygiene standards, additional measures have been taken to ensure cleaning and hygiene protocols are even more rigorous and are developed in consultation with global and local public health authorities. 

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