First look at Thanos Hotels and Resorts’ new hotel in Mykonos (pics)

Thanos Hotels and Resorts’ new hotel in Mykonos, Amyth of Mykonos Super Paradise, is due to open its doors in May, promising “a sleek sanctuary infused with Cycladic charm”.

Amyth of Mykonos Super Paradise follows the same concept as the group's first Amyth hotel - in the Ayios Stephanos area of Mykonos - and will operate in a completely renovated complex consisting of 50 rooms, suites and villas in the area of ​​Super Paradise in Mykonos.



“With over 50 years of experience in the hotel industry and with the hugely successful operation of its three super luxury hotels in Cyprus, Thanos Hotels and Resorts Group is expanding its business plans with new developments in Greece,” the company said in a press release. “The new projects upgrade the tourism product of both Cyprus and Greece, and offer visitors a special experience.”



Amyth of Mykonos Super Paradise also has two restaurants, a wellness and relaxation area, boutique and gym, and describes itself as "a boutique haven, for those seeking an extra touch of luxury".




The accommodation options range from rooms of 25 sq.m. to suites spanning up to 110 sq m, many with a private pool and outdoor Jacuzzi.



At the same time, the group said it will also be providing the Greek market with upgraded management services through partnerships with property owners and existing hoteliers.



The company currently has a portfolio of 8 5* star hotel units: 6 in Cyprus (Anassa, Antasia, Annabelle, Almyra, Berengaria, Amyth of Nicosia), and 2 in Greece, in Mykonos (Amyth of Mykonos Ayios Stephanos and Super Paradise).


Amyth of Nicosia


Amyth of Mykonos Ayios Stephanos

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