The 85-room Myconian Avaton hotel is a stunning testament to traditional Cycladic architecture, blending local stone with white walls and wooden windows. Here, on the island’s longest stretch of sandy beach, a new temple will soon open its glorious shutters to sun-worshippers and oasis seekers worldwide.
Set on a private section of treasured sand beach, Myconian Avaton appears carved out of bare rock, rising up majestically above the parasol-dotted shoreline. Poured concrete floors are offset with a harmonious melding of modern and vintage furniture, infusing the overall with a contemporary yet classic spirit. The 85 guest rooms, suites, and two- to four-bedroom villas run from 26 to 200 square meters, some boasting private pools and jacuzzis.
A sense of timeless authenticity and organic wholesomeness permeates the property and is best exemplified by the hotel’s culinary offerings, which can be enjoyed indoors at Myconian Avaton’s gourmet restaurant or al fresco next to its pool. All the local produce served here is grown exclusively for the Myconian Avaton, while a local provider catches seafood in the waters around Delos solely for his family and the hotel’s chef. And as one would expect in paradise, a fully equipped spa and wellness facility means complete relaxation on the Aegean.