‘Six Senses Spa, Nobu Restaurant’
The seven whitewashed and hill nestled buildings overlooking Mykonos town and the Aegean Sea are collectively known as Belvedere. Based around one of the oldest mansions in Mykonos town, the 1850 Mansion Stoupa, this iconic boutique hotel has an interior of white walls and dark wood furniture while every room and suite also features a terrace. The Six Senses Spa and the Belvedere gym offer extensive choices for relaxation and fitness while fantastic quality Japanese cuisine is on offer at Matsuhisa Mykonos, Nobu’s island restaurant famous for Sashimi.
In Our Opinion
‘We highly recommend Matsuhisa Mykonos for it’s mouth-watering Japanese cuisine and sushi using the freshest Greek catches’
This suite features one king-size or twin beds and the bedroom and living space are separated by a walnut screen.
This villa features three suites making up the villa, with an external Jacuzzi and full kitchen.
The Island Suite features a living room, private swimming pool and full kitchen with dining area.
The Junior Suite features one bedroom, a bathroom with tub and shower, living room with day bed and a private terrace.
This room features a queen or twin beds, a private terrace and has views of Mykonos town and a sea view.
This room features a king-size or twin beds, an island terrace and views of the courtyard or garden.
(Select activities and services may incur additional charges)
Serving new style Japanese cuisine along with Greek fish and seafood.
The “king of cocktails” and the founder of the Museum of the American Cocktail, Dale de Groff brings his renowned expertise to the Belvedere.
Featuring labels from all over the world and is available for wine tasting and private dinners upon request.
Offering an intricate cocktail list of six cocktails.
Belvedere sits next to Mykonos Town, 3km from Mykonos Island National Airport.