Soho Roc House: Hotel in Mykonos
Perched above a rocky stretch of the Cycladic coast, the former Hotel San Giorgio re-opens its doors under the Soho Roc House brand.
San Giorgio becomes Soho Roc House
In Mykonos, the most festive island of the Cyclades, nestled in a picturesque location between Paradise and Paraga beaches, Thomas Heyne and Mario Hertel opened in 2012 the Hotel San Giorgio; a hybrid spot including a beach club, an outdoor nightclub, the Scorpios, a restaurant, and a Bazaar boutique.
Brilliantly designed by the Greek firm K-studio with the collaboration of the Lambs and Lions studio and the interior designer Annabell Kutucu, the set designed in a bohemian-chic gypset style, highlights traditional Cycladic craftsmanship, raw materials and nature from the island.
Enjoying a 270-degree view of the Aegean Sea, the estate won over Nick Jones, head of Soho House, who added in 2020 the first Soho house in Greece to his collection. What San Giorgio/Scorpios and Soho House have in common is the importance given to a “relaxed home-like atmosphere”, built around a love of food, design, art and music. The hotel got a subtle makeover and a new brand image. The Soho House design team added to the decor some touches of home from home found in Soho hotels around the world.
Soho Roc house has 45 rooms appointed with bespoke furniture, locally made textiles and a natural color palette to create a feeling of serenity. Some rooms have sea views, others have private gardens and terraces with hand-sewn hammocks. Each has an en suite bathroom with a rain shower with Cowshed bath products.
The hotel has a private beach, an outdoor lounge with comfortable floor cushions, an organic Mediterranean restaurant, a bar, a swimming pool, an outdoor gym, and a chapel with the original stone.
Soho Roc House is not just a hotel, it is an laid-back experience.
We love Soho Roc House for:
Relaxed common areas
By the seaside
Double room from 170 € per night during low season.