Despite the visiting crowds, Mykonos hasn’t lost any of its old charms. Think a maze of cobbled streets, dotted with authentic restaurants, excellent boutiques and clubs bustling with nightlife. It’s a perfect recipe for a Mediterranean escapism.
The Boheme Mykonos hotel fits perfectly in. This new kid on the block got our attention with its slightly offbeat but sleek ‘boho’ style, where retro lighting, designer furniture and architectural nods to the local building traditions create lovely relaxing spaces with a strong contemporary aesthetic.
Boheme encompasses the character of the the island in its light, airy spaces and great interior design, of which one standout feature are large fans reminiscent of the Mykonos’ famous windmills.
Featuring Acapulco chairs and inspired by the traditional Cycladic architecture, the luxurious suites of Boheme sport all the necessary modern conveniences—including outdoor Jacuzzi in some.
The hotel has only twenty suites, all seriously stylish and offering unbeatable sea views from balconies and terraces.
Despite its relatively small size, the hotel comes with a gorgeous swimming pool, a sundeck and a poolside restaurant, as well as a sophisticated bar—and the spa offers a selection of massage treatments.
Cosmopolitan and local, and as a relaxing and tranquil as it is hip and happening, Boheme matches Mykonos’ qualities. It’s one of the most interesting destinations in Greece and certainly one of our favourites. And—just maybe—Boheme Mykonos should become a must-visit too.
Photos by Christos Drazos