Kensho Psarou

Location: Mykonos | Greece

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

Kensho Psarou is a five-star boutique resort on the iconic Psarou Beach, where the rich and famous dock their yachts to head to the exclusive Nammos Beach Club. Stay in beautiful rooms and suites exhibiting a classic Mykonos style, and dine on superb Greek cuisine peppered with influences from around the world. The beach is perfect for sunbathing, swimming or enjoying a range of water sports, while the cultural and historic attractions of Mykonos are within easy reach.

Perfect forCouples looking for a buzzing beach escape - the Nammos Beach Club is THE place to party and see and be seen, and you can rent sun loungers to spend the day on the postcard-perfect white-sand beach.
In the knowIn keeping with the hotel’s artistic ethos, and to ensure you won’t forget your stay at Kensho Psarou, you’ll find a number of items you can take home with you - including custom-made Panama hats, bracelets, candles and rattan sticks. 

Recommended for...

  • Luxury Hotel
  • Beach
  • Water activities
  • Boutique Hotel

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Kensho Psarou sits on Psarou Beach, one of the most famous on an island celebrated for its fantastic beaches. Nestled on the island’s south-west coast, the location is ideal for drinking in Mykonos’ famous technicolour sunsets, while the beach itself is stunning: a curve of white sand, hemmed in by rocky mountains.

Rooms at Kensho Psarou

The rooms and suites combine luxurious comfort with an organic feel - rough-hewn walls feature lovely pebble detailing, while ceiling beams and furniture are hewn from rugged local wood. Some rooms feature a private terrace with a plunge jet pool, while others have an outdoor hot tub. The Panoramic Sea View Suites offer access to a rooftop terrace, complete with a Jacuzzi overlooking the beach.

All rooms feature stylish bathrooms with brass fittings and walk-in showers, and the amenities are as modern as they come, with iPads loaded with music playlists, Nespresso machines and huge LCD TVs.

Food & drink

The food is an eclectic affair, which sees a local chef serving up delicious Mediterranean creations dashed with the influence of Greek, Peruvian and Japanese cuisines. Head to the stylish and scenic restaurant to dine overlooking the pool and the sea - be sure to finish up with an irresistible dessert courtesy of the in-house pastry chef. End the day with an innovative cocktail at the Beach Bar as you gaze on a famous Mykonos sunset.


As well as a tempting pool by the sea, the spa facilities at the Kensho Beach Spa are second to none, and organic ingredients like sand, clay, herbs and cucumber crop up in the wellness treatments on offer, which also feature LED light and pure oxygen infusions.

Activities at Kensho Psarou

Psarou Beach is likely to feature heavily on your itinerary during your stay here, perfect as it is for lounging on the sand, swimming in the clear water, or enjoying water sports such as jet-skiing and windsurfing. Check out some of the island’s other famous beaches too: Super Paradise becomes a buzzing nightspot after dark, while Saint Stephen features a quaint church at one end.

If you can tear yourself away from the beach during your time in Mykonos, you’ll be amply rewarded. There’s no end of designer boutiques and fantastic restaurants to choose from here, but also plenty of culture and history to take in. Head to the famous rock church of Panagia Paraportiani, and visit the Aegean Maritime Museum to learn about the island’s rich seafaring past.

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Hotel location

Kensho Psarou is just 15 minutes’ drive from Mykonos Airport.

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