Mykonos Theoxenia

Rooms 52   Architecture Aris Konstantinides   Interior Design ANGELOS ANGELOPOULOS
The Original Marissa Loizou-Middleton

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
52
Architecture
Aris Konstantinides
Interior
Design ANGELOS ANGELOPOULOS
The Original Marissa Loizou-Middleton

Architecture

STANDING THE TEST OF TIME

The low-rise structure of the Theoxenia occupies a prime location – right next to the stark white windmills that are the island’s trademark, while offering stunning views of the Aegean Sea below. The hotel’s original historic design by Aris Kostantinides, one of Greece’s most revered architects from the 1960s, incorporates local stone and traditional Cycladic architecture that has stood the test of time…well enough to be considered for national preservation by the Greek Ministry of Civilisation.

INTERIOR DESIGN

A MODERN, 1960S-GLAM MAKEOVER

The designers didn’t stray far from the late Kostantinides’ master plan, opting to revamp the 1960s glam interiors while bringing the hotel up to the most modern design standards. Stone-clad walls, orange and turquoise hessian fabrics and sweeping minimal surfaces all create a backdrop for Patricia Urquiola’s deep blue bar stools and sofas for Moroso.

Angelos Angelopoulos has added accents in bright lime, orange and red to Greek standards of white and blue to the hotel’s 52 rooms. Selected period furniture made of light beech wood pays tribute to the design era in which Theoxenia exploded onto the Greek hotel scene. 

INTERIOR DESIGN
A MODERN, 1960S-GLAM MAKEOVER

The designers didn’t stray far from the late Kostantinides’ master plan, opting to revamp the 1960s glam interiors while bringing the hotel up to the most modern design standards. Stone-clad walls, orange and turquoise hessian fabrics and sweeping minimal surfaces all create a backdrop for Patricia Urquiola’s deep blue bar stools and sofas for Moroso.

 
 

Angelos Angelopoulos has added accents in bright lime, orange and red to Greek standards of white and blue to the hotel’s 52 rooms. Selected period furniture made of light beech wood pays tribute to the design era in which Theoxenia exploded onto the Greek hotel scene. 

INTERIOR DESIGN
A MODERN, 1960S-GLAM MAKEOVER

The designers didn’t stray far from the late Kostantinides’ master plan, opting to revamp the 1960s glam interiors while bringing the hotel up to the most modern design standards. Stone-clad walls, orange and turquoise hessian fabrics and sweeping minimal surfaces all create a backdrop for Patricia Urquiola’s deep blue bar stools and sofas for Moroso.

Angelos Angelopoulos has added accents in bright lime, orange and red to Greek standards of white and blue to the hotel’s 52 rooms. Selected period furniture made of light beech wood pays tribute to the design era in which Theoxenia exploded onto the Greek hotel scene.