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Best For babies and newborns

New parents can lap up the relaxed vibes of these luxury resorts with peace of mind that their little ones will be welcomed with open arms.

the Low Down

Set into the hillside of Ornos bay, Kalesma meaning ‘to invite,’ welcomes those who wish to have an authentic Mykonian experience, with its whitewashed walls, neutral and earthy colour palette mimicking the Cycladic surroundings. The suites and villas all come with their own private heated pool and offer stunning views of the Aegean Sea with glorious sunrise and sunset views. The open-air living concept allows guests to make the most of these panoramas from their private terraces and al fresco dining areas. Bringing people together through food, Pere Ubu captures the flavours of the Mediterranean through Grecian specialities and don’t forget to make a stop by the local baker, who makes daily loaves of Horiatiko Psomi (traditional crusty bread).

the Peaks Promise

Each booking will receive complimentary welcome drinks, a fruit basket and a bottle of wine in the room.

The Best Room For You

The Kit

The hotel has cots available as well as high chairs and childrens menus in the restaurant

Babysitting Cost

Babysitting services cost €20 per hour and must be reserved the week before

Top Facilities

The hotel has private pools in the villas for swimming or the concierge is on hand to recommend family friendly activities and restaurants

  • Explore the islands hidden coves or learn about the historical, sacred island of Delos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • If you like to be on the water, a luxurious way to experience the sea is from the comfort of a yacht or if you feel like jumping in, scuba diving lessons can be arranged.
  • Wander aimlessly around the windmills, the lanes of Little Venice or through the winding alleys of Chora.
  • One of the best ways to immerse yourself in the Greek culture is through its food, participating in one of the towns gourmet tours are a great way to discover local treats and Mykonian delicacies.
  • An in-house boutique offers an eclectic selection of brands, accessories, local artifacts and essentials. A fashion expert can give you a guided tour exploring the renowned designer shops and local boutiques, you will be spoilt for choice with the latest fashion pieces.
  • Enjoy Yoga and Pilates sessions in the privacy of your suite or outdoors, surrounded by the calming forces of nature, the sea, sky and the golden Grecian sun. Feel energized by working out on state-of-the-art Technogym equipment and if you wish to have one to one training this can be prearranged.
  • Experience facials and full body treatments in the comfort of your own suite or villa.
  • The Hotel concierge can secure tables at the hottest, up and coming restaurants or if you’re looking for more something more lowkey and under-the-radar they can source some hidden gems.
  • Stroll down to the beach or explore the properties 5 acres of lush hillside, filled with aromatic herbs and wildflowers.
• Accommodation:
Kalesma features 25 suites and 2 villas, all of which come with their own private, heated pool (a first for the island). As well as dreamy vistas over the sun soaked Mediterranean, all suites boast private terraces with al fresco dining areas, poolside sun loungers, outdoor showers and SONOS sound systems. The rustic interiors of this village inspired hotel are filled with sleek, black lava tables and rattan armchairs made by local artisans – a design aficionado’s dream.
• Location:
Kalesma Mykonos is in Aleomandra, a peninsula at the far southwest of the island. The hotel overlooks Ornos Bay, which has a beach that’s a 3-minutes’ drive away.
• Getting there:
Located just 15 minutes from Mykonos Airport, making it very accessible. The hotel can organise airport transfers.
• What to pack:
Think Mediterranean minimalism – floaty dresses/ trousers, sandals and boho beach bags.
• Restaurants:
At Pere Ubu, guests are invited to soak in the relaxed Mykonian atmosphere and enjoy the contemporary vibe with a resident DJ. The menu specifically focuses on local ingredients and Cycladic classics like Meze, Mediterranean Sea bass and spiced lamb meatballs. The pool bar and Aloni sunset lounge offer awe-inspiring views over Delos Island, paired with the convivial fireside and an in-house DJ which creates an intoxicating atmosphere. Private culinary experiences round out the dining options, Chefs are available to cater any meal in your room or terrace for the ultimate intimate gathering.
• Spa:
A dedicated spa is currently being built and will be completed by 2022, currently you can receive rejuvenating wellness treatments from the privacy of your room/ suite.
• Signature Activities:
Kalesma arranges daily activities for guests to experience the true nature of our island. Options include an organized cruise to a hidden cove, a guided tour of the sacred island of Delos, scuba diving lessons and private boat rentals. Like The Peaks, Kalesma specializes in true insider experiences such as tours through the alleys of Chora, night walks around the windmills or through Little Venice, shopping sprees and food excursions to discover local treats and Mykonian delicacies.
  • Rate includes A La Carte Breakfast, Free Internet Access and all legal taxes.
  • Upon reservation, full prepayment is required and in case of cancellation, the prepayment is non refundable
  • The Hotel accepts children 0-12 free of charge when staying in their parents’ room. Baby cots are provided free of charge
  • Accommodation rates include taxes (VAT 13%, City Tax 0.5%) and service charges. There is however a separate bill for the Tourism Tax, which is 4 Euros per a room per a night. This will be invoiced and paid separately by guests.
  • Room facilities include Nespresso Coffee Machine & Aeroccino, Bath Tub with sea views, beach towels, sound system, in-room tablet and complimentary minibar.

Average Temperature & Rainfall in Days

Starting Room Rates in USD

Rates based on double occupancy with Breakfast included.

Visa Cost

The cost of a Schengen visa fee is €80 per adult . For more information click here.

Top Tip

Rent a moped, it's a fun way to see the various towns and cities. You can usually rent a moped for around 14 EUR (16 USD) per day.

Local Currency

The local currency is Euros

peak season

The best time to visit Mykonos is from May-June or Sept/ Oct. May brings with it warmer waters and beautiful wildflowers that can be spotted throughout the island'.


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