Cavo Tagoo

Location: Mykonos | Greece

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

Suspended above the shimmering Aegean, and painted by mesmerising sunsets: Cavo Tagoo is a canvas for the beautiful island of Mykonos. With vibrant nightlife just a short walk away, and parties on the beach, you’ll soon discover why the island is a favourite with celebrities.
Perfect forBeaches and bustling nightlife, for couples and families with teens.
In the knowBe sure to get a snap of Mykonos’ much-photographed trademark: a cluster of thatched-roof windmills!

Recommended for...

  • Honeymoon
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Romantic
  • Setting & Views

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Cavo Tagoo has a lovely setting on the hip island of Mykonos, with gorgeous views. It is close to town for nightlife, and a short drive from sandy beaches.

Rooms at Cavo Tagoo

The stylish and spacious suites at Cavo Tagoo are built in traditional Cycladic style, with bright white walls and decor that reflects the glittering Aegean which you can see from the large windows, alongside features such as polished wood tables, wooden-beamed ceilings, big mirrors and luxe gold touches, and chic bathrooms. In the mornings, you can step out of your cool retreat and soak up the wonderful views, and if you’re staying in one of the pool suites, you can take a refreshing dip in your own private pool.

Food & drink

The ZUMA restaurant brings the gourmet tastes of Japan to Mykonos, including exquisite fresh seafood, maki rolls, tempura dishes and Japanese wagyu, and you can admire the seascapes and sunsets as you dine al fresco – linger over your meal to make the most of both the food and the spectacular setting.


By day, you can do as little or as much as you like, relaxing on one of the sun-islands in the infinity pool, which flows into the horizon, wallowing in the spa with a soothing Thai massage featuring natural ingredients from the sea, or pampering yourself with a manicure or a pedicure, or setting off to one of many gorgeous beaches. There is also a gym if you fancy a workout.

Activities at Cavo Tagoo

Set off to discover one of the many gorgeous beaches, and explore Mykonos Town – nicknamed Little Venice because of its narrow streets. Here you’ll find unusual boutiques, lively bars, and wave-dashed tavernas on the waterfront.

We recommend the Caprice restaurant - positioned on the edge of the sea with the Mykonos windmills to the left and the islands ahead, Caprice is known as the Stonehenge of Mykonos and is right by the water. Alternatively, try the Alefkandra restaurant, which faces the Alefkandra Bay in Mykonos Town and is located directly under the famous five windmills, in the picturesque quarter of Little Venice. Established in 1964, the restaurant is among the oldest on the island and has a lovely ambience, alongside its gorgeous food.

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Hotel location

Cavo Tagoo is just a five-minute drive from Mykonos airport.

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