There's nowhere more exclusive on the Greek isle of Mykonos than the Kenshō. It looks beautiful outside and in, with every little luxury taken care of by staff who tailor your stay exactly to your needs. That's made easier because the Kenshō is small (10 uniquely designed suites and 25 rooms). With whitewashed stone walls, stripped-wood floorboards and minimalist white furniture from the likes of Kenneth Cobonpue and Patricia Urquiola, Kenshō's design is inspired by the picturesque landscape of Ornos Bay over which it looks. It also features stunning individual plunge pools, a luxury spa, hot tubs and a gourmet restaurant serving fresh fish caught by local fishermen each morning. The junior suite feels totally private, even though rooms are close together, and has a memorable feature bath. Kenshō is like a James Bond villain’s island hideaway; once there, you won't want to leave, not even to go into town.
Kenshō Boutique Hotel & SuitesA stunning island hotel on Mykonos that will leave you relaxed and rejuvenated
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