Kalesma embodies authentic Greek hospitality.
Nestled on a hill overlooking the Bay of Ornos in the northwestern part of the island, surrounded by twelve acres dotted with olive trees, Kalesma is a peaceful haven in Mykonos.
“Kalesma” means “invitation” in Greek, perfectly matching the hotel’s philosophy of hospitality.
Kalesma is not really a hotel; it’s more like a village. Originally an old family property, it was transformed by the Greek architecture firm K-studio in collaboration with Vangelis Bonios for the interior design.
Opened in summer 2021, Kalesnama is a complex of 25 studios and 2 whitewashed villas arranged together on the same estate. Inspired by Cycladic architecture, the complex is elegantly designed with attention to comfort and detail. The interiors, which are sober and minimalist, with neutral and earthy tones, combine tradition and contemporary elements. They are adorned with natural materials such as polished stone floors, rustic sofas designed by Rick Owens and horsehair wrapped fixtures. Each studio has a living room, dining room, terrace with heated pool, bathrooms with freestanding bathtub, outdoor shower on a private patio, and a breathtaking view of the sea.
The Père Ubu restaurant, prolonged by an outdoor terrace, is equipped with a wood-burning oven in which you’ll find fresh bread baked daily. The restaurant serves Cycladic specialties, with an emphasis on seasonal products. Aloni, is an outdoor lounge for relaxing, with a cosmopolitan soundtrack in the background. There is also a bar, an infinity pool, a wellness area, and a boutique.
Kalesma is a hideaway that can very well provide intimacy while at the same time bring people together.
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Double room from 960 € per night during low season.
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