The Belvedere, Mykonos is a member of Leading Hotels of the World and has been described in The New York Times as “an imposingly well-gated complex perched halfway up a hill overlooking the town of Mykonos…” and in The Telegraph “Visit Nobu, at the Hotel Belvedere on Mykonos, to see what happens when Japanese skills are applied to the fruits of the Aegean”.
Sophisticated. Dating back to 1966 The Belvedere Hotel is located on the edge of Mykonos Town, near Rohari Hill, opposite the School of Fine Arts. No beach access, so more for the party animal that wants to be close to town and with a great pool and “scene”.
Framed by a verdant garden, the hotel offers 35 luxury rooms, 9 suites and 1 Mansion that is enhanced by accommodation options, 1 Waterfront Villa, a luxurious Villa Next Door and 26 Hilltop Rooms & Suites only 250m away from the main complex.
Dining & Bars include :
Matsuhisa Mykonos – Thea Estiatorio – Rise & Shine Breakfast – Sunken Watermelon Cocktail Bar – Belvedere Bar – Belvedere Cellar
Wellness includes :
Six Senses Spa Mykonos – Fitness Studio Gym – Pool Club
Matsuhisa Mykonos embraces South American and European influences, creating New Style Japanese cuisine. Since 1972, Nobu Matsuhisa’s name has become synonymous to his signature black cod dish, but his culinary scope is more considerable than this. Here in Mykonos his restaurant embraces global favourites, like rock shrimp salad, yellowtail jalapeno, white fish dry miso, salmon karashi su miso and sashimi salad, with daily specials featuring Greek fish and seafood straight from local waters. Nobu Matsuhisa still visits the island during the Nobu Food Festival and if you are lucky he may even visit your table.
Thea Estiatorio, its authentic Greek flavours with a modern twist is currently closed.
At the Belvedere Bar, where there is a star-studded collaboration with “King of cocktails” Dale DeGroff there is an ever changing vibe from day to nightime, with three shades of blue : the pool, the sea and the sky.
Proposing an intuitive mix of science and human awareness, the Six Senses Spa with its global brand has fully penetrated the local fabric, incorporating homegrown elements in a captivating wellness philosophy.
Combining exercise with relaxation the spa offers the ultimate physical and emotional balance.
This summer, Six Senses Mykonos Spa is offering you special treatments with our visiting practitioners. Eleni Malakou is a local physical therapist specialized in Yoga and osteopathy.