San Giorgio Mykonos

Rooms 32   Interior Design Michael Schickinger, Annabell Kutucu
The Original Thomas Heyne, Mario Hertel

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
32
Interior
Design Michael Schickinger, Annabell Kutucu
The Original Thomas Heyne, Mario Hertel

Architecture

THE SPLENDOR OF SIMPLICITY

The crisp splendor of the whitewashed building is exactly what one would expect and hope to find on this Cycladic isle. Thanks to former Creative Director of Design Hotels™ Michael Schickinger, and interior designer and stylist Annabell Kutucu, what you see and feel at San Giorgio are equal measures of history, heritage, style and simplicity.

From the charming off-kilter design chairs that show off their raw wood parts, to the traditional Greek woven-top stools and weighty cotton matelassé quilts, each piece is organic in form and source, together creating a harmonious whole.

Interior Design

BRINGING AIR AND LIGHTNESS INSIDE

With a deliberate spotlight on origin and craftsmanship throughout the hotel, only a few carefully chosen accessories give the right warmth to an otherwise open space. 

Interior Design
BRINGING AIR AND LIGHTNESS INSIDE

With a deliberate spotlight on origin and craftsmanship throughout the hotel, only a few carefully chosen accessories give the right warmth to an otherwise open space. 

From the charming off-kilter design chairs that show off their raw wood parts, to the traditional Greek woven-top stools and weighty cotton matelassé quilts, each piece is organic in form and source, together creating a harmonious whole.

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