A Makeover for Bill & Coo Hotel in Mykonos

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Bill and Coo, Mykonos

When you think of Mykonos, do you think of whitewashed walls, vibrant bougainvillea blossoms, and fiery sunsets over the Aegean sea? Travel to the Greek Isles is back on track this summer, meaning visitors are indulging in Mykonos’ hedonistic delights, including the happening party scene.

Good to know: The Bill & Coo Suites and Lounge—a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World—has just unveiled a stylish makeover. As reported by Wallpaper magazine, Bill & Coo hired Greek architects K-studio to revamp the suites: “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.”

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Bill and Coo, Mykonos

Perched above Megali Ammos Bay a short walk from Mykonos Town, the luxury boutique hotel has 24 suites, a lounge bar, an infinity pool and a destination restaurant with a terrace that’s perfect for taking in those famous sunsets. The hotel’s name is derived from the lovers’ expression, “to bill & coo,” reflecting the hotel’s target market (vacationing couples). For more information, visit www.bill-coo-hotel.com

Photos via Facebook: The hotel's pool and exterior, plus "make your own Bloody Mary's" at the bar

Bill and Coo, Mykonos

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