Not just a hotel but an experiment in leisure, San Giorgio Mykonos is a gorgeous testament to holistic design and radical togetherness situated on one of the most scenic stretches of the island's coast.
Begun as a pop-up Design Hotels™ Project in 2012, San Giorgio was designed to bring like-minded, creative individuals together to unwind and connect with self and nature.More
Light and air dominate within the 35 guestrooms, shimmering over polished cement throughout the open-plan kitchen and alfresco lounge and deck that look out to the ice-blue Aegean.More
Located on one of the most scenic stretches of coastline between Paradise and Paranga beaches, the hotel is surrounded by picturesque white houses, craggy shoreline, and bottomless blue.More
Origin & craftsmanship
The crisp splendor of the whitewashed building is dominated by light and air, with a spotlight on origin and craftsmanship. Only a few carefully chosen accessories—raw wood chairs, traditional Greek woven-top stools, cotton matelassé quilts—give the right warmth to an otherwise open space. It’s precisely this appreciation for openness that extends beyond the design principles to create an atmosphere of communal meals, unexpected friendships, and bonded souls who return year after year.
Between these walls
All 35 guestrooms, including two generous suites, are located within the open-space property, which features the characteristic Cycladic architectural style of white-washed stone. The four distinct room categories range from the 25-square-meter lower-level Casa Basico room to the 55-square-meter upper-level Famosa Suite, featuring panoramic views of the sea and surrounding landscape.
Eat & Drink
In our open-plan cantina, guests and locals gather around long rough- hewn tables for authentic, home-style Mediterranean feasts and Asia- inflected street food classics made from honest, fresh-from-the-market ingredients.
In collaboration with our neighboring sister property Scorpios, a modern-day agora and cultural venue, San Giorgio Mykonos curates a program of collective rituals—from healing practices like yoga and sound baths to daily electro-acoustic music sets—meant to raise awareness, connect like-minded people, inspire change, and promote mindfulness.