The 41-room and -suite hotel offers minimal design inspired by traditional island architecture and the finest amenities, including private pool and water massage with spectacular views to the Aegean.
“Yi, meaning “Earth” in Greek and “one” in Japanese, reflects our hotel’s minimalist, modern style,” according to the hotel’s management.
Enhancing the customer experience is a collection of art works by artists from Egypt as a tribute to historic ties between the two countries.
In the meantime, Yi Hotel Mykonos aims to become the island’s party hot spot starting with all-day fun at the Oasis Pool to the music of resident DJs accompanied by signature cocktails and bites.
Among the hotel’s top offerings, DJing lessons by the pool. Hotel guests will be able to learn how to beat, match, mix and play their chosen playlist under the guidance of Resident DJ Alejandro.
In addition to the Yi’s exclusive events και clubs, the hotel offers the finest dining options selected by chef George Stylianoudakis at its inhouse restaurant Sibà as well as the latest in wellness treatments.