Following a four-month refurbishment project completed in April, the revamp included the complete overhaul of its 30 guestrooms, which were upgraded using new modern materials in line with the Cycladic architecture.
The hotel’s public spaces were also refurbished, with the spacious terrace becoming the favorite spot of guests when enjoying breakfast or dinner.
“The hotel’s unparalleled views as far as the eye can see, the sea and nature, provide travelers with a sense of freedom,” the hotel’s management said on an announcement.
“Its architecture and the structure of indoor facilities are based on the traditional Cycladic style, with the renovation further highlighting the hotel’s interest in simplicity and the comfort of guests, while offering the best ‘value for money’ services”.
Built in an area of 2.47 acres (10 stremma) and divided into six room complexes, the Terra Maltese Natural Retreat aims to be the ideal option for relaxing holidays in a tranquil environment.
Located away from the city buzz, amphitheatrically built on a hill and also blending in with the area’s flora, the hotel is only 700 meters away from the popular Ftelia beach and 5 km away from Mykonos’ chora.