Bedroom in neutral tones with a stone floor, wooden desk and chair and a white ceiling with narrow exposed beams
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Already a haven from the bustling crowds of Mykonos Town, the luxury boutique hotel Bill & Coo has just emerged from a makeover that saw Greek architects K-studio redesign some of its 35 bedroom suites. Using their signature warm, crafted aesthetic, the studio took the local architectural vernacular and building techniques as inspiration, incorporating natural materials such as granite stone and oak to create a soothing atmosphere. Lighting comes courtesy of local design firm IFI Group, while chic CEA Design fittings are installed in bathrooms. The hotel retains its excellent service and award-winning alfresco restaurant, which features a contemporary Greek menu from chef Athinagoras Kostakos, specialising in locally sourced meat and seafood.

Bedroom in neutral tones looking into a bathroom with stone sink and bath

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Alternative view of the bathroom

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Covered outside area with a lounging area, table and chairs and infinity pool overlooking the water

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