The Set Collection unveils latest member – DEOS Mykonos, opening spring 2024

The Set Collection introduces DEOS Mykonos, set to debut in the spring of 2024, as the latest addition to its esteemed portfolio of luxurious member hotels and residences.

wood panelling and cream couch in suite at DEOS Set collection

Rooted in the island heritage of Mykonos and crafted with the expertise of the Daktylides family who established their hospitality portfolio – Myconian Collection – in 1979, DEOS promises an unparalleled experience for discerning travellers and sun seekers on that storied isle.

An infinity pool with a view over the townscape and sea in Mykonos at sunset.

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Named for the awe-inspiring beauty of its natural setting, DEOS is poised on a hilltop above the town of Mykonos and enjoys panoramic views from the famous windmills in the old harbour, across the neighbouring islands of Delos, Syros, and Tinos, to the edge of the horizon. Looking out over the pool from the DEOS terrace, one has the sensation of drifting weightlessly between the sea and sky, caressed by the sun and a gentle breeze, at eye level with sunsets and moonshine over the Aegean. And yet, the vibrant street life of Chora is a mere five-minute walk away, down the scenic steps that lead directly from this private sanctuary to the harbour promenade below.

The living room area of a guest suite washed in white and dressed with natural cotton shades in a plush and curvy sofa and playful seat-hugging chairs.

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Designed by GM Architects, DEOS seamlessly integrates with its natural surroundings, embodying a contemporary Cycladic aesthetic. The architecture, characterised by rustic walls crafted from locally quarried rocks and lush indigenous flora, creates a harmonious connection with the landscape. Each space within DEOS exudes an understated elegance, offering guests a sanctuary that feels like a private residence, replete with modern comforts and refined luxury.

A reception desk made of grey and white veined marble combines curves and straight lines with a backdrop of floor-to-ceiling mutli-tonal wood and a central window overlooking Mykonos.

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Rooms feel more like a private residence, offering home comforts along with a complete escape from routine. The interiors have a warm minimalism that tells the story of artisanal skills through natural textures and custom materials. Ample marble bathrooms are discreetly screened from the elegant living areas opening out onto large scenic terraces. These immaculately landscaped and furnished outdoor spaces shaded by a pergola, with either a pool or a jacuzzi, are perhaps the signature experience at DEOS. Immersing guests in something altogether immaterial, it is a sight of the vast expanse that has moved humanity since ancient times.

A chic bathroom setting with a largely grey palette where marbled walls and flooring set the stage for a large grey bathtub with feature lighting above.

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DEOS is more than a destination, it is an invitation to indulge in the essence of Mykonos. The property boasts dedicated wellness spaces, where guests can rejuvenate their body with signature treatments infused with locally sourced botanicals. Epico, DEOS’s culinary haven, showcases the rich flavours of Greek cuisine, featuring homegrown ingredients and seasonal produce. Whether dining indoors or al fresco under the starlit sky, guests are treated to an unforgettable gastronomic journey.

A luxurious indoor pool framed by neutral-toned tiled walls and stone columns.

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Derived from an ancient Greek term, DEOS represents the profound sense of wonder and awe inspired by the sublime. Reflecting this ethos, DEOS harmoniously intertwines natural beauty, ancient history, and contemporary luxury, offering guests a truly transcendent experience. As the newest brand of the Myconian Collection, DEOS Mykonos promises to deliver a heartfelt hospitality experience rooted in the core family values of their ancient Greek forefathers, who considered hospitality a sacred obligation.

A soothing living room setting in a pale colour palette with curved sofa and sculpted furniture in front of open balcony doors framing views of the sea and neighbouring islands.

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DEOS Mykonos joins The Set Collection’s prestigious portfolio of member hotels, which has expanded to 19 properties in recent months. Committed to curating a network of world-class properties, The Set Collection continues to redefine luxury hospitality, with DEOS exemplifying its dedication to celebrating cultural heritage within each unique destination with the contemporary lives of the Group’s guests in mind.

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