Set to open in June, the new hotel features 25 luxury suites and two villas, each offering private heated pools and spectacular 360-degree views of the Aegean sea, the sunrise and sunset.
“Kālesma” derives from the Greek word “kalo” (καλώ) which means “invite” and perfectly describes the ethos of this boutique privately-owned property.
Located just a short walk from the beach, Kālesma resembles a charming Mykonian village of whitewashed houses. Inspired by Cycladic architecture and combining tradition with contemporary elements, the hotel offers sleek and minimalist interiors decorated with local materials.
All accommodation facilities feature original artwork and expansive bathrooms with freestanding bathtubs and an outdoor shower on a private patio.
Kālesma’s guests can arrange in-room spa treatments, private yoga and Pilates classes, as well as personal training sessions.
The hotel also features two spectacular, earth-colored private villas, one with two bedrooms and one with three. Each villa includes an open-plan living room with cozy sofas, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen and a fitness room. A personal chef is available to villa guests that wish to arrange a gathering or a romantic meal on the terrace.
Apart from high-end accommodation, Kālesma also includes a modern restaurant created by the owners of Athens’ Pere Ubu and Sea Spice restaurants.
Kālesma’s Pere Ubu will offer seasonal local products and comes complete with a wood fired oven which will be used to bake a daily selection of fresh homemade bread.
Overlooking the hotel’s spectacular infinity pool, Pere Ubu, during the hot summer days will offer a laid-back atmosphere with chillout music, delicious small plates and light lunches. During the night, it will be transformed into a sophisticated eatery, serving simple, elegant dishes and innovative cocktails.
Kālesma Mykonos’ architecture has been designed by K-studio, and the interior areas by Vangelis Bonios.