BeefBar and Valmont Spa at Bill & Coo

 

With two iconic properties both in coveted locations, Bill & Coo Hotels remains at the forefront of the most popular choices for those looking to make the most of Mykonos’ party scene and stunning beaches.

With both the Bill & Coo Suites & Lounges in Mykonos Town and Bill & Coo Coast offering refined architecture, island-inspired aesthetics, and enviable views, both are frequented by hotel guests and those visiting for the flagship names both hold.

Very much destinations in their own right, the Coast resort is home to the Myconian outpost of legendary Monte-Carlo favourite Beefbar and over at the Suites & Lounges is a tranquil spa and treatment rooms by Swiss favourite Valmont, both open to both those staying at the hotels and non-residents.

Set against the stunning backdrop of the Agios Ioannis beach, Beefbar on the coast overlooks the Aegean sea and is a charming beachside bar by day transforming into a dressy restaurant in the evenings.

With seating spread across the main floor and tables also on ledges with unobstructed views of the sea and night sky, Beefbar serves a contemporary menu of prime cuts of beef and innovative dishes centred around the finest meat available from around the world. Echoing the brand’s signature styling throughout, the décor is in keeping with its island surroundings and rustic wood against the sand sets the tone for this elegant eatery.

With a chilled daytime ambience, the restaurant is a great spot for a late lunch or chilled sunset drinks and in the later hours, a DJ plays chilled house beats giving a more upbeat vibe to the atmosphere.

Foodwise, one can expect a curated offering of meat and fish with a Mediterranean twist and house favourites including the restaurant’s hero dish, Kobe beef gyros which stands proudly as the first gyros of its kind.

Cleverly devised into leaf, beef and reef options split against smaller street food dishes and larger comfort food plates, the menu champions beef as one would expect alongside must-try dishes including Beefbar’s take on crispy calamari and its iconic pizza which is topped with parmesan, truffle cream and summer truffle.

Open to non-residents as well as those staying at the Bill & Coo properties, Beefbar is amongst the most popular choices on the island and has built a reputation for its fabulous food, enjoyable atmosphere and stunning views.

Also a firm fixture in the black books of Mykonos’ concierges is the island’s only spa by Valmont which is discreetly situated downstairs within Bill & Co Suites & Lounges and has a menu of rituals and treatments tailored by the Swiss brand.

Very much at the pinnacle of the hotel’s wellness focus, the spa features a wall of natural rock with wood and stone adorning the treatment rooms which are complete with a private jacuzzi. Suited for individuals and couples, the spacious rooms are an oasis of calm and make the perfect backdrop for expertly curated rituals.

Taking a bespoke approach, traditional holistic therapies are met with the power of Valmont’s natural ingredients with a range of results-focused treatments designed to regenerate and rejuvenate.

Facial treatments here instantly leave skin looking and feeling firmer, plumper, and healthier thanks to a variety of techniques used from Japanese Ko-Bi-Do massage to drainage and lymphatic movements to encourage blood circulation.

With relaxing and regenerating body treatments also at the core of its refined offering, the spa is a retreat in itself leaving one feeling their absolute best. Using some of Valmont’s flagship body products within its rituals, each treatment performed by the spa’s highly trained therapists is tailored to the individual.

Open to both hotel guests and non-residents, the spa also has a boutique stocked up with Valmont’s best-selling ranges and also offers nail treatments as well as rituals specifically suited to children aged six and above.

Discover Beefbar here, and the Valmont Spa here.

 

 

 

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