Bohemian Paradise
San Girorgio Hotel

Mykonos is a true paradise. Clean white architecture hugs the sea cliffs, while the turquoise waves of the Aegean Sea sit below. Beauty and luxury are abundant here.


Partners and friends Thomas Heyne and Mario Hertel left Germany and moved to Mykonos with the dream of owning their own hotel and to create a place to bring like-minded people together in a laid back atmosphere.


They came across The San Giorgio Hotel, and were immediately inspired by it’s architecture and location. The hotel was originally built in the 90s when a local fisherman purchased the plot of land on Paradise Beach.

  • Design Standard
  • P.O. Box 153, Paraga
  • Mykonos, Greece
  • +30 22890 27474

    After negotiations, they became the new owners of San Giorgio, and as part of Design Hotels starting working to create a unique atmosphere for their guests. An experience of beauty, luxury, and a social community. Something that goes beyond standard comfort and convenience.


    To San Giorgio, luxury means leaving pretension and unreasonable demands behind and replacing that with just being yourself and relaxing. They left nothing to chance in the design, every detail is thought out to meet their guests every need.

    San Giorgio is built in characteristic Mykonos Architecture, with white washed buildings and organic forms that reflect a sense of history, heritage, style, and simplicity. All 32 rooms and 2 master suites are decorated with hand picked Arcadian treasures and organic materials, expressing the genuine power of craftsmanship.


    Televisions are absent from the rooms so that you can truly relax in a bohemian atmosphere. Every guest receives an Experience Guide which includes small privileges at their recommended restaurants and bars, made through a collaboration of their close friends living and working in Mykonos as well.


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    Written by September Raines

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    By Published on Mar 31 2015
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