O by Myconian Collection to Debut in May

By 7 months ago

The beachfront O by Myconian Collection is located in Ornos Bay, Mykonos

New in Greece: O by Myconian Collection will be making its debut in May this year. The beachfront resort marks the Myconian Collection’s first property in Ornos Bay and its 11th on the island of Mykonos.

Located a couple of miles south of Mykonos Town, the new property has65 guestrooms and suites. Bright and airy, all accommodations have private furnished verandas or balconies where guests can soak up the sunshine, with many also offering the option of a private pool. The rooms range from 355 to 1,453 square feet, with occupancy ranging from two to six adults.

The beachfront retreat offers several dining options, with the culinary experience beginning with a breakfast buffet. Guests can enjoy poolside lunch and cocktails at ObarBaloo, the fine-dining restaurant, offers dishes prepared with fresh seafood and seasonal local produce, paired with a selection of wines and rare local vintages.

Other amenities at the hotel include the on-site DTOX Spa, which offers a comprehensive range of treatments supported by Elemis and Ligne St Barth products; a fully equipped gym where private and group training sessions are provided, besides special events such as full moon yoga on the beach; and O Concept Store, a boutique shopping experience curated for Myconian guests.

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Mykonos is one of Greece’s most iconic and popular islands and has long been regarded as one of the most upscale and chic destinations in Greece and the Mediterranean. With breathtaking beaches, excellent dining and leisure opportunities, a luxury shopping scene, and its unique blend of authentic local culture and cosmopolitan vibes, the island is a favourite with celebrities and savvy travellers alike.

O by Myconian is currently accepting reservations ahead of its May 2022 opening.

For more information, visit www.myconiancollection.gr.

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