Glamorous high life hideaway in the Cyclades
Hugging the cliffs overlooking beautiful Ornos Bay, Kivotos ticks all the boxes for an extravagant island escape. This exclusive Mykonos boutique hideaway offers everything from a luxury Porsche pick-up to its own private yacht.
- High life in the Cyclades.
- Tanning on the hotel's private beach and private yacht.
- Rubbing shoulders with film stars and footballers.
Hit the spot
Overlooking Ornos Bay – a prime spot on hedonistic Mykonos.
There are three pools to cool off in, a swim-up bar, Spa centre and gym, private beach, wedding chapel, two restaurants and a private 25m yacht.
Good to know
The hotel is not in Mykonos town, but just a five-minute cab ride away.
Minimum StayGenerally No
ClosedClosed mid October – mid May
ParkingThere is limited guest parking if you decide to hire a car. There is a free hotel shuttle for trips to and from Mykonos town.
AirportMykonos – 3km
PetsSmall dogs are welcome.
ChildrenOver-12s are welcome.
LocationOrnos Bay, Cyclades, Ornos, Mykonos, 152 31, Greece
15 rooms and 24 suites.
All rooms have satellite TV, personal CD player, wi-fi, luxury bathroom products and a well stocked mini bar. Most have a balcony or terrace, and some suites have an outdoor jacuzzi or private pool.
For the ultimate splash-out, try Suite 130 – a huge balcony with breathtaking views, and a jacuzzi bath beneath a domed skylight.
Eat & Drink
Kivotos has two restaurants – elegant and gourmet La Meduse, and the more informal Le Pirate – great for poolside pizzas, salads and light bites. Try the strictly exotic cuttlefish and beetroot risotto with genuine gold leaf.
Dining with fellow guests is not essential at Kivotos. Your hosts will be pleased to arrange a private candlelit dinner beneath the stars on the edge of the hotel’s private beach, with the waves lapping around you. You can also dine out at sea, with a picnic aboard the private yacht.
American style buffet breakfast is served until 11:30.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
Sun lounger society thrives in Mykonos, so lots of visitors don't even stir from the beach or their poolside perch. Diving and other watersports are available, and you can always hop aboard the Kivotos private yacht for a cruise around the island. It's worth renting a car to see some of the island's inland arid landscape, and the famous trademark Mykonos white windmills straddling a hilltop. Take the shuttle into Mykonos town to see the pretty Little Venice area, 18th century churches and museums.
Kivotos has a luxury spa and wellness centre complete with Grecian columns, gold mosaic tiled hammam, foot spas and an extensive treatment menu. You can also book an outdoor massage by the sea.