KENSHŌ Psarou is here to change Greek hospitality as you know it. This Mykonian gem is set on the most cosmopolitan beach on the island, Psarou, and offers 31 luxurious suites & a 4-bedroom villa. Renowned for its distinctive design, KENSHŌ combines minimalism with eclectic design and unique furniture.
Set on one of the world’s most exclusive beaches, KENSHŌ Psarou offers 31 individually styled rooms & suites and a 4-bedroom private villa. Acclaimed for its unique style, Kenshō’s design combines the Aegean architecture with local stone and aged wood. All accommodation options come with either outdoor hot tubs or private plunge pools. Right outside your door is the cosmopolitan Psarou Beach.
Enjoy luxury dining on the water’s edge and taste artistically presented dishes based on the modern Mediterranean cuisine with influences from Japan and Peru. Spoil yourself at the Kenshō Spa, where therapeutic rituals instantly calm and uplift you. From design that shines to fine dining on the water’s edge to a well-being powerhouse on an iconic beach –Kenshō Psarou is everything you’ve dreamed of and more.
- Upgrade upon availability
- Early check-in upon availability
- Late check-out upon availability till 16:00 complimentary
- VIP amenities : fruit basket and mineral water in the room upon arrival
Distance from Airport
2.1 Miles Mykonos Airport (JMK)
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Spa & fitness centre
Food and Drink
The bold menu signed by Mykonian chef Ippokratis orchestrating Greek flavors influenced by Japanese and Peruvian elements, mixed and mingled to make chic comfort dishes including sushi to his arsenal; while our Bakery chef accompanies with his handmade creations. Tastes then peak in a sweet crescendo by Pastry chef Dimitris Chronopoulos. A combo of Greek delights, French masterpieces and Far East creations lead you on a journey of multi-layered sensations.
Take your pick and enjoy a superb selection of expertly mixed cocktails, fine wines and premium beers at the beach bar. Whether you prefer the laid back ambience of the cosmopolitan beach bar, listening to live music or exploring an impressive wine list, there’s a venue to meet all tastes at Kenshō Beach Bar at Psarou, Mykonos.
Must try dishes
Caramelized aubergine with honey miso, slow cooked oxtail, dark soy & goat cheese Bechamel Espuma.
Japanese Wagyu Truffle
Premium Japan Wagyu a5 180g, accompanied with vegetables tempura, Tentsuyu truffle sauce & fresh summer truffle.
Spider Maki 8pcs
soft shell crab* tempura, avocado, cucumber, topped with tuna tartare, tomato, onion, rocoto mayo
Paris Breast for 2 persons
Passion fruit, pineapple rotié, hazelnut praline mousse.
Hidden Paradise 26
Vodka infused with Lemongrass, Mastiha liqueur, green apple, fresh lime juice, basil, cardamom
Kenshō Cave Spa
Is dedicated to your Skin, Body and Soul Wellness. Choose from a variety of facilities, including 2 treatment rooms, Hammam, Jacuzzi Indoor Pool, Tropical rain bed, Hair & Beauty Salon, Gym and Outdoor group classes. Following the Kenshō philosophy, live an awakening experience and enter a world of rejuvenation for your senses and mood.
Renew your mind, body and spirit on a journey to true wellness. Visit our hammam and enjoy all the positive effects to the human body by using the steam room.
Its unique and artistic design makes our guests think they are in a real cave, offering them moments of relaxation and rejuvenation. Visit our spa and try our hi-tech sun beds with colour, sound and heat therapy, giving you all the benefits for a relaxed stay.
When visiting the Jacuzzi area, make sure to try our Signature Treatments on the tropical rain bed, offering moments of rejuvenation and peacefulness.
The Island of Winds
Known worldwide for its elegant style, wonderful landscapes and amazing beaches, Mykonos invites you to spend your special moments full of action and adventure. Mykonos is one of the few parts of the world that have a name that needs no further identification, and this makes it even more authentic.
On one hand, it’s cobbled streets, picturesque neighborhoods, widely photographed windmills, and enchanting sunsets. On the other, it’s cosmopolitan air and the arrivals of the international jet set, which ranks Mykonos amongst the “must-visit” summer destinations.
Throughout the island, there are two colors that dominate. They are none other than blue and white, two colors that calm and relax the visitor. The island’s vibrant nightlife – with its fantastic restaurant scene, elegant bars and nightclubs, various stores and boutique fashion houses – deserve a chapter of their own. Our concierge team can arrange your trip to any of these popular destinations.
Just a short distance away from Mykonos, Delos is a unique archaeological site that deserves a visit. During its golden years, it was one of the largest religious and commercial centers of Hellenism. Today, it is host to some of Greece’s most important ancient ruins, such as the Sanctuary within the Temple of Delians and the famous marble Terrace of the Lions, which were the sanctuary guards.
In the museum, one can find one of the most important archaeological collections in the world. Don’t miss the opportunity to make a one-day visit to the island. Our hotel reception will provide you with all the information you need if you want to visit.
Kenshō Ornos hotel lies in the beautiful and sheltered bay of Ornos, with its clear turquoise waters and fine white sand, just 2 km away from the town of Mykonos. Ornos makes an ideal springboard for one to enjoy the heavenly beaches of the Aegean Sea. It combines the tranquil setting of whitewashed architecture with one of the Mykonos’ most beautiful beaches. There are also numerous entertainment opportunities. This is an area that is rapidly evolving and expanding with new businesses, from restaurants and taverns, to cafes and stores.
A famous, beautiful and widely photographed area of Mykonos with homes built on the sea. During the 18th century, Little Venice used to be an affluent merchant district of the island. Today, one can find numerous shops and restaurants in the area. The buildings are characterized by their wooden doors, windows, porches, staircases and balconies. There are many people who choose Little Venice to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the Aegean.
Matogiannia can brag, and not without reason, for being the most famous street of the Aegean. Its narrow, cosmopolitan alleys start from Gialos and reach the so-called triangle of Kesari, where you can find numerous bars, jewelry shops and expensive boutiques. During your stay at the island, a visit to this street is a must.