Kensho Psarou hotel to open on Mykonos

Five-star hotel on Greek island of Mykonos's Psarou beach is set to welcome guests from 1 July.

The Kensho Psarou hotel, Mykonos, with 30 rooms and suites, is set to open its doors on 1 July.

The five-star hotel and spa on the edge of Psarou beach is designed with an Aegean style - meets modern minimalistic feel and each suite comes with its own private Jacuzzi and/or plunge pool.

For the foodies there is the Kensho Psarou Lounge, serving Mediterranean dishes, cocktails and scented shisha. 

Guests can also check out the Kensho Beach Spa, offering everything from massages and wraps to quick 10-minute remedies to get you ready for the evening.

General Manager Costas Papachristophorou says: "Kensho Psarou is inspired by our sister property at Ornos, but this really is one of a kind.

"Psarou Beach is one of the world’s best-loved locations and the most famous spot on Mykonos Island, so it was the perfect place for the next chapter in Kensho’s story."

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