One point of view in Cycladic tourism holds that there’s no point in indulging in any architectural fireworks — nothing man-made can compete with the landscape (and seascape) of the Greek islands. Fortunately not everyone subscribes to that theory. Cavo Tagoo’s new owner is an architect, and he and his collaborators have created a distinctive, decidedly modern hotel, one that aims not to overwhelm the eye with design, but simply to be worthy of its views. It’s not the kind of modern that makes you feel underdressed by comparison. From here, up on the cliff, with jaw-dropping views out to sea, your sartorial choices are between you and the Aegean. With eighty rooms and suites it’s not the smallest hotel on Mykonos, but the rooms, many of them with private plunge pools, are oriented towards solitude. The crisp modern design is energizing, not distracting, and it focuses the eye outwards, toward the sea you’re here to see. The restaurant serves modern Greek cuisine with a view, and the bar, quite sensibly, is located by the side of the hundred-foot-long saltwater infinity pool — the aquarium bar is one detail that’s not to be missed. Nor is the spa — they haven’t reinvented the process or anything, but there’s something to be said for the classic diversions of a luxe island getaway. Find More about Cavo Tagoo Hotel here
Art combined with high ceilings, let you forget the worries behind!
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