Mykonos. Images courtesy of the Myconian
Myconian Collection Debuts O by Myconian Collection, its Newest Luxury Beachfront Property in Ornos Bay, Mykonos
Opening in May 2022, the luxurious beachfront oasis marks Myconian Collection’s first property in Ornos Bay and its 11th on Mykonos Island.
Myconian Collection will welcome guests at its newest property, O by Myconian Collection in May 2022.
Located on the beachfront of the Ornos Bay area, just 3.6 kilometres south of Mykonos Town, the new five-star property will offer sixty-five guestrooms and suites.
Bright and airy, all rooms offer private furnished verandas or balconies with many featuring a private pool. The rooms range in size from 33 to 135 square metres, with occupancy ranging from two to six adults.
Room at O by the Myconian. Images courtesy of the Myconian
Myconian Collection’s first beachfront property, O by Myconian Collection offers guests direct access to one of the island’s most beautiful beaches, with some of the island’s best waterfront bars, restaurants and a quaint line-up of convenience stores and water-sports concessions just steps away. Seamlessly connected, the Mirage pool deck features soft sunbeds in the shade of palm trees and parasols, and offers complimentary treats throughout the day, before transforming into an al fresco nightspot, complete with live music, after sunset.
True to Myconian Collection’s renowned culinary culture the property offers dining options such as Obar’s pool bar and delectable gastronomic creations at Baloo fine dining restaurant.
Other amenities at the hotel include the on-site DTOX Spa, which offers a comprehensive selection of spa treatments supported by exclusive Elemis and Ligne St Barth products, a well-equipped gym room, private and group training sessions, and special events such as full moon yoga on the beach, and O Concept Store, a specially curated boutique shopping experience for Myconian guests. Additionally, guests at the Myconian Collection enjoy the benefits of reciprocal rights at each property, including bars and restaurants, pools and spa facilities, as well as weddings and events services and locations.
O by the Myconian. Images courtesy of the Myconian
Mykonos is one of Greece’s most iconic and popular islands and has long been regarded as one of the most upscale and chic destinations in Greece and the Mediterranean. With breathtaking beaches, excellent dining and leisure opportunities, a luxury shopping scene, and its unique blend of authentic local culture and cosmopolitan vibes, the island is a favourite with celebrities and savvy travellers alike.
O by Myconian Collection is currently accepting reservations ahead of its May 2022 opening.
About the Myconian Collection:
The Myconian Collection Hotels & Resorts is a local family-owned group of eleven outstanding luxury hotels on the legendary island of Mykonos that offers savvy guests a variety of the most fascinating locations, avant-garde spa centres, gourmet restaurants, first-class conference facilities, and magnificent wedding venues.
Truly reflecting this world-class destination that quite simply has it all, the Myconian Collection offers its guests a luxury experience in each and every one of its exclusive properties, including three Relais & Châteaux, two Leading Hotels of the World, two Design Hotels, two Preferred Hotels & Resorts and one Small Luxury Hotel of the World located in Elia Beach, Ornos, Platis Gialos and the world-renowned Mykonos Town.
The spa QT at QT Sydney. Image courtesy of the QT
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