An Aegean Retreat at The Myconian Utopia
A bohemian paradise in the heart of Mykonos, the Myconian Utopia takes a privileged location set amongst the cliffs overlooking the pristine sands of Elia Beach.
One of five Myconian Hotels situated within the proximity of the beach out of the nine within the collection, the Myconian Utopia brings together a cosmopolitan vibe against modern aesthetics reflecting Greek influence.
Cool neutrals and muted tones of whites and greys set the tone for this intimate hotel featuring 45 rooms and 25 suites along with an infinity pool overlooking the sea, restaurant, state-of-the-art gym and spa complete with Thalassotherapy pools.
Guests staying at the Myconian also benefit from the added convenience of use of all of the facilities at the neighbouring Myconian hotels as well as an hourly shuttle service to and from Mykonos Town.
The hotels within the collection feature access to a private stretch of beach along Elia as well as the exclusive use of a helipad enabling guests to arrive by helicopter or take advantage of the numerous excursions offered by the group.
Spacious and contemporary in design, rooms accommodate three guests with the larger Grand Majestic categories suitable for up to five guests in the two-bedroom category and up to thirteen guests in the five-bedroom living space comprising of 270m2 of interior space.
Well-equipped, many of the rooms throughout the property offer sea-facing balconies with select categories also available with the option of a private plunge pool or Jacuzzi.
Evoking the Grecian design accents echoed throughout the hotel, each of the accommodations are furnished with Mediterranean furniture and encompass ancient Greek styling.
Staying at Utopia, one can also expect to receive the world-class hospitality the Myconian Collection is so well known for, guest services offered by the hotel include 24hr room service, Butler service with villas, a packing and unpacking service and organising pre-arrival arrangements.
Other highlights of the Myconian Utopia include its all-day-dining restaurant Pavilion championing Greek gastronomy, it is well-positioned adjacently to the pool and serves a contemporary menu taking influence from Mediterranean and Greek cuisine.
A daily American buffet breakfast, twice-daily maid service and complimentary sunbeds are just a few of the noteworthy extras that keep this property at the top of the little black book for today’s discerning traveller.
Text by Jaz Grewal