Charismatic, lavish, extravagant and for these traits, world famous, Mykonos showcases the best of what life has to offer. Superb, Michelin worthy even, food and drinks, included. Yet though the island sports a host of premium establishments with french, italian, sushi, and everything in between (indeed fusion in Mykonos is very much in vogue!); on the other hand it displays a peculiar lack of truly notable Greek gastronomic creations: The kind that are aligned with the times, though representative of the country’s remarkable culinary tradition; thoroughly mouthwatering and impossible to forget.
Opulent and sophisticated, Mykonos, the Aegean’s Grand Dame, offers the very best of what life has to give: A striking scenery, uber glamorous establishments and the white glove treatment in every aspect of your stay. But not all that shines is actually gold. The island’s rise to stardom has brought about a proliferation of watered down, unsavory even, imitations of the real deal. To save yourselves from disappointment; and to optimize your experience on the island of the winds here is why you should choose the Semeli luxury boutique hotel Mykonos as your base:
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.