Saint Tropez or even Ibiza pale in comparison to Mykonos. Indeed the island of the winds is the undisputed uber hot destination of the Mediterranean: A sun soaked, bacchanalian paradise filled with the world’s most notorious, glamorously decadent parties. Yet holidays are supposed to be relaxing as well. And we all know only too well what too much merry-making does to the system. You don’t have to fret however. In this magical island where luxury abounds, there are plenty of opulent establishments specifically designed to revitalize, refresh and energize. One of the finest is arguably the aqua spa at Semeli Mykonos town hotel: In effect a temple of well being specifically designed to offer you the invigorating rejuvenation you so greatly need-and deserve. Beautifully appointed and decorated in welcoming earth tones, the luxury aqua spa at Semeli Mykonos town hotel boasts state of the art equipment, expert staff and the latest in facial and body treatments. It is thence really the ideal place to loosen up, and to revive your body and soul and awaken all your senses.
Who says you can’t mix business with pleasure? Granted Mykonos is the quintessential party destination, best enjoyed with no worries on your mind. But then again, if you have to work, we bet it’s certainly best do so on the little spot of heaven on earth that is Mykonos.
Aristotle Onassis, Maria Callas, Jackie Kennedy, Sophia Loren, Brigitte Bardot, Grace Kelly, Leonardo Dicaprio, Paris Hilton, Gerald Butler, Adriana Lima…Name dropping is the easiest thing to do when referring to Mykonos. For ever since the ‘60’s, when the aforementioned Greek shipping tycoon rocked up on his megayacht along with his opera diva, everybody who’s anybody, has holidayed at least once in the notorious island of winds.
White washed cube houses built next to and on top of one another, iconic windmills, red and blue church domes, vivid, almost fluorescent flowers everywhere. Endless, sandy beaches, classy boutiques and some of the world’s most famed bars, clubs and restaurants.
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In the heart of Mykonos town on the stunning cosmopolitan ‘island of the winds’ is a very special 5 star hotel. A shining gem that stands out above all other premium hotels on the island, offering the ultimate luxury hotel experience to its treasured guests. But just what makes Semeli Hotel the best hotel in Mykonos? Read our blog post to find out why Semeli Hotel is the ultimate choice for your luxury holidays in Mykonos…
When you close your eyes and think of Mykonos you probably imagine your favourite summer party island. Long, hot days on the beach at your favourite beach bar, and even longer evenings and nights at some of the best restaurants, bars and clubs in the Mediterranean. This is the Mykonos we all know and love. But, there is more to this magical island than meets the eye, and a whole new Mykonos to discover with a winter holiday in Mykonos.
BAO’s Cocktail Bar is the latest opening from the Semeli Group. BAO’S is located in Little Venice with its amazing views and is here to dominated the sundowner cocktail hour in Mykonos from 6pm onwards. What better than enjoy a frozen Mango Dazzle when coming back from the beach or having one because you just fancy it! And that’s one of the many signature cocktails to be had at BAO’S!
A trip to Mykonos is not complete without a visit to the sacred island of Delos. As legend has it, it was the birthplace of the twin gods Apollo (god of light, music & the arts) and the goddess Artemis or Diane (goddess of hunting, protector ofwildlife) as she was referred to during Roman times. Their mother Leto, one of the many Zeus’s girlfriends hunted by his jealous wife Hera found sanctuary on Delos and gave birth to the twins.
Mykonos, besides its wild nightlife, the local delicacies, and the local attractions is also well-known for its shops that sell souvenirs, clothes and jewellery. Especially at Matogianni Street which is the main shopping street of Mykonos, you can find exquisite jewellery shops inspired by the ancient antiquity, high end boutique shops and top designers’ shops. Also bear in mind that most of the shops close from about 2 to about 6 pm and then they are all open until just after midnight. – See more at: