What if light was your primary material?
Inspired by the transformative quality of the city’s beautiful daylight and streets that come alive with lanterns at night, a meandering pathway leads to spaces that change throughout the day.
The hotel was designed to transform from day to night.
The elegant pool area boasts lounge chairs and large teak wood cabanas during the day. As night falls, the landscaped setting seamlessly converts into a dining area and then into a nightclub.
“Change in time should correspond to a change in the room.”
Yacht-inspired furniture like pullout desks and bar trolleys are built into carved rosewood millwork in each room. Sliding screens create even more flexibility.
On the lowest level, Matsuhisa Mykonos is a full-service restaurant with an outdoor dining area beneath a canopy of Bougainvillea vines and white flower-globe lights.