Cavo Tagoo Mykonos
One of the first built on the island and still one of the finest luxury complexes, Cavo Tagoo overlooks the sea from its hillside near Chora, Mykonos. This stylish hotel offers spacious rooms with private plunge pools and generous breakfasts.
- 38-meter seawater infinity pool
- Japanese restaurant
- Romantic getaway
Originally built on top of an abandoned quarry in 1985 by owner-architect Paris Liakos, and then extensively renovated in 2007, this barefoot complex set the bar high for all modern hotels, who followed him to the island. A 38-metre seawater infinity pool with an aquarium bar and sunset-facing wooden deck forms its heart.
Endless views and stunning splendor set the stage for the most amazing experiences. The world of emotions opens up before you every time you open your eyes, and there is a dance around youThe light reflects off the pool and another day begins like a fairy tale.
Rooms, suites or villas feature minimalist decor and furnishings in muted tones. Bathrooms are finished in marble and equipped with spa baths and premium Korres amenities.
Zuma brings its world-famous modern Japanese cuisine to the “Isle of the Winds,” Mykonos, for its first restaurant on Greek shores.
The team invites you to the location relaxation and beauty. The highly trained staff at Cavo Tagoo Spa invite you to rediscover your five senses. Experience a fusion of Thai massage and many other signature treatments where unique techniques and exclusive marine ingredients release tension throughout the body.