Ostraco Hotel & Suites, Mykonos

Ostraco Suites is a stylish boutique hotel located in Mykonos, the most vibrant and cosmopolitan Greek island. It is nested above Mykonos’ main village “Chora” at an altitude of 70meters in a generous field of 6000 sqm with west orientation and a panoramic view of the endless blue of the Aegean Sea. The landscape is unique. 6 autonomous buildings are scattered along the hill’s slope, each offering a unique experience that is completed by the main pool and bar-restaurant area.

Ekies All Senses Resort, Chalkidiki

Adhering to “barefoot” philosophy, Ekies Resort expanded its offerings to include 15 newly designed rooms, a redesigned pool area and a new lobby. The core of the building, the reception-lobby, is made by mosaic floor and raw plaster walls, resembling a “cave”-entrance to the complex. Suites draw inspiration from old Greek mansions and from the area’s monastery spiritual history creating a minimalistic aesthetic, an ascetic atmosphere, as they open towards the light. Raw materials, such as concrete flowing surfaces create baths and lounge areas. Concrete ceiling, wooden separation doors, linen fabrics and mosaic or ceramic floors that invite guests to walk barefoot, open directly to the main pool through green areas. Around the pool redesigned landscape, shady corners and sculptural “beach” area create an “oasis” in complex’s core.

Calilo, Ios

Taking its name from the owners’ desire to offer their guests a chance to “Create A Life you can fall In LOve with” this luxury hotel, situated on the secluded beach of Papas in the island of Ios, lives up to that intention with a range of suites to accommodate all wish lists. Whether your priority is absolute privacy, panoramic views or direct access to the beach, Calilo has the set-up to suit. Whatever your choice, you’ll find it inlaid with hand-crafted mosaics, driftwood-inspired chairs and waves of marble (most suites also have private plunge pools and waterfalls). Built from stone quarried on site, this low-rise property is lined with striking art installations, each piece using color, texture and language to inspire the mind as well as the eye; from the baths to the sculptures, everything has been designed by the resort’s owners.

Perianth Hotel

Guests enjoy the tailored experience of staying in a building with a history and character that has been respectfully preserved by the clarity and apparent simplicity of its new layout and spatial distribution and enhanced by balancing the austerity of the old with the elegance of the new. This stunning penthouse suite on the top-floor has incomparable 360 degree views that include the Acropolis and Mount Lycabettus. It boasts two bedrooms, a living room and panoramic terrace with a swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. The two bedrooms have king size beds and for entertaining, besides a huge private terrace, there’s a spacious living room as well as a dining table for 8. The sleek bathroom is fitted out with a rain shower, bathtub and heavenly bath amenities. High quality designer furniture combined with custom-designed furniture by K-Studio, contemporary Greek art and well-thought out details.

Ekies All Senses Resort

Adhering to “barefoot” philosophy, Ekies Resort expanded its offerings to include 15 newly designed rooms, a redesigned pool area and a new lobby. The core of the building, the reception-lobby, is made by mosaic floor and raw plaster walls, resembling a “cave”-entrance to the complex. Suites draw inspiration from old Greek mansions and from the area’s monastery spiritual history creating a minimalistic aesthetic, an ascetic atmosphere, as they open towards the light. Raw materials, such as concrete flowing surfaces create baths and lounge areas. Concrete ceiling, wooden separation doors, linen fabrics and mosaic or ceramic floors that invite guests to walk barefoot, open directly to the main pool through green areas. Around the pool redesigned landscape, shady corners and sculptural “beach” area create an “oasis” in complex’s core.

The Pinnacle Athens

Designed in the 70s by the prominent architect Varagis in the style of Athenian Modernism is the tallest building at the Commercial Triangle resembling a mini skyscraper! A complete renovation project resulted in a “classic-with-a-twist” complex of Spacious Suites in the style of Urban Eclecticism.Bespoke furniture, gold & silver details, velvet curtains, wooden floors & vintage wallpapers compose a scenery of comfort & urban luxury. English teapots, toile de jouy fabrics, old keys & hats along with paintings & gravures, were carefully chosen to give a familiar & welcoming character.