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Cavo Tagoo Mykonos
Mykonos, GreeceEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Cavo Tagoo Mykonos
It's within walking distance of Mykonos' action-packed island capital, Chora, but this Aegean-chic hotel, complete with an infinity pool and a renowned restaurant, feels like an exclusive oasis far from the madding crowds.
The boutique gem Cavo Tagoo, built out of a converted quarry in 1984, is one of Mykonos' most exclusive island escapes—especially now that it's two years off a top-to-bottom renovation (a refurbished spa; new private plunge pools; complimentary Wi-Fi). But the luxe-yet-minimalist interiors—white stone accented with pops of color—pair Midcentury Modernism with timeless island amenities, including an infinity pool, which overlooks the Aegean. After a morning of indulging in olive oil-themed massage treatments at the sunlit spa and a fishing boat excursion to the neighboring isle of Delos, there's dinner at the renowned in-house Tagoo restaurant and, of course, the famous nightlife on one of the most iconic islands in the world.
On Mykonos, you'll have plenty of opportunities for fresh Greek salads, so when dining at Tagoo, opt for sushi—it's prepared by some of Athens' best sushi chefs, who spend the summer on the island.
Snag a deck chair by 10 a.m. and settle in: during sunset the area around the infinity pool turns into a see-and-be-seen bar; you won't want to give up your spot.
Arrive at Mykonos Island National Airport (JMK) which is approximately 3 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 10 and 15 minutes of travel time.Mykonos, Mykonos, Kikladhes, Greece
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Saltwater Infinity Pool
- Day Beds Poolside
- Fitness + Wellness Center
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Concierge Services
- Air Conditioning
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Alarm Clocks
- Bathrobes + Slippers
- Flat Screen TVs
- Satellite Channels
- CD+DVD Players
- Hair Dryers
- Mini Bars
- In-Room Safes
- Turn-Down Service
- Poolside Bar + Lounge
- In-Room Dining
- 2-person occupancy
- All hotel taxes
Some resorts charge a daily resort fee that is payable directly to the property upon arrival. These fees are not included in the Total Paid to Vacationist.
Why We Love Mykonos
It has a well-deserved reputation as a party spot, but Mykonos also offers sandy beaches, top-notch restaurants, and a postcard-perfect capital worthy of exploring.
Agios Sostis Beach.
Where to Eat: Caprice Sea Satin Market has an ideal waterfront location below Chora's celebrated windmills, but it is just as famous for its seafood dinner menu; the late-evening weekend scene often evolves into a tabletop dance party.
Dinner for two $150.
Where to Drink: Savor the sunset—and the impromptu party on the waterfront below—from a balcony at Galleraki, which is cantilevered over the bay in Mykonos' oft-photographed Little Venice neighborhood.
Drinks for two $20.
Where to Shop: The winding, whitewashed streets of Chora were designed to stymie pirates searching for booty, but head to the outpost of Lalaounis and you'll find gold jewelry inspired by ancient Greek artifacts.
14 N. Polikandrioti St. Chora
Why Go Now
Open-Air Movies in an Enchanted Garden
Watch open-air films at Cine Manto; most options are Hollywood blockbusters with Greek subtitles, so there's no language barrier.
August 15, 2012
Dormition of the Virgin Mary
A festival is held at the 16th-century monastery Panagia Tourliani, in the village of Ano Mera, during one of the biggest holidays on the Greek Orthodox calendar.
Ano Mera. 011-30-22890-71249
August 2 + 31, 2012
August 2012 will have two full moons, and on Mykonos, that means only one thing--two full moon parties on Paradise Beach.