Encompassing a sandy sunset beach, restaurant, and live event space, Scorpios Mykonos in Greece is a balance-restoring cultural hub designed as an antidote to the beat-driven nightclub Mykonos scene.
Scorpios Mykonos in Greece builds upon a bohemian-luxe visual identity, carrying simple design themes and a style perfectly suited for passing languid days and evenings. The design makes a great impression — thanks to a lovely mix of luxury, rustic charm, and a Mediterranean style touched by African flavors. It’s a feast for the senses—a design that harmoniously unites contrasting textures and shapes.
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Chillaxing in Greece
Under a thatched ceiling
The guests of Scorpios Mykonos can enjoy open-air terraces spilling into the Cycladic coastline and lounge on low-slung sofas and rope hammocks—which, together with abundant wickerwork, demonstrate an emphasis on the local craftsmanship and Greek culture.
Mixing minimalism with rich textures and handcrafted details, Scorpios never overdoes—its style gently reminds of stylistic influences of 1960s glamour and contemporary modernism. The place feels like the summer home of your coolest friend.
“I loved this idea of re-imagining the Greek agora—a place where thought is cultivated and the soul nourished by sublime surroundings, fresh food and inspired cultural programming.” — Claus Sendlinger, Founder and CEO of Design Hotels™
Invitation to unwind
A day at Scorpios can be like a ritual. It begins with meals: the “healthy offerings” of fresh, organic, local, inspired dishes designed to make guests feel “energized and whole.”
Approaching evening, Scorpios Mykonos turns “shared sunset” into an intoxicating musical event, where renowned international DJs enrich their house/downtempo medleys with ambient tunes, as well as deep ethnic sounds and world folklore.
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Cave dwelling with the views
Scorpios Mykonos is located on the island’s southern tip, on a peninsula flanked by Kavos and Paraga Beach, 5 km from the center of Mykonos Town and 3.5 km from the airport. Public transport from Mykonos Town to Paraga runs every 30 minutes.
Find out more on the Scorpios Mykonos website. Photos © Scorpios Mykonos
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