An art lovers meeting at the San Marco boutique hotel in Mykonos
photo from: www.mykonosbiennale.com
Enjoy thought provoking art and culture at the Biennale while reveling in your stay at a premium boutique hotel in Mykonos
From Picasso, to Onassis, the island of the winds has always attracted an eclectic mix of all sorts of (interesting) people: High brow politicians, archaeologists, prominent artists, hippies, movie stars and jet setters, have been ever since the 60’s, rubbing shoulders in Mykonos’ quaint whitewashed alleys and breathtaking beaches, paying homage to its outstanding natural beauty, unique architecture, rich historical and cultural heritage and liberating atmosphere.
This enigmatic, transcendental island, is befittingly also the site of one of the world’s most renowned art lovers rendez vous. Held biannually, this year the third Mykonos Biennale is entitled Trans-Allegoria: A festival that celebrates art, tradition and nature, the Mykonos Biennale 2017 raises (and answers) the question of the capacity of art to initiate, introduce and captivate.
For five days the island will be hosting an extensive range of artworks, performances, projects and more. The Biennale commissions leading and emerging artists to produce both temporary and permanent public art, as well as long-term community-based projects. This newly-commissioned and existing art in all forms is presented in diverse locations, including unusual public spaces –windmills, pirate houses, warehouses, schools and churches, as well as the city’s galleries, museums, and cultural venues. The Town Hall, School of Fine Arts and other organizations in Mykonos provide context for the presentation of contemporary art and culture. Much more than a standard art presentation, this event is an earthy festival, a symposium where art and philosophy intersect with the unique energy of the island, with the aim of exposing its attendants to all that art encompasses: That is the transformation of energy into creation, and creation into life; a theme which is aptly suited to this transcendental Island that transforms everyone into something new. After all this is the crux of Mykonos’ magic; and to experience it to the maximum, it’s best to visit now.
Relax and unwind at the San Marco boutique hotel in Mykonos after pursuing art and culture at the Biennale.
Of course as it is with every holiday, where you opt to stay is paramount. Just imagine, after your action, fun and inspiration packed day spent on a treasure hunt in Delos, or upon partaking in a Dionysian grape stomping (all within the framework of the 3rd Mykonos Biennale!), to return to your own haven of tranquility, opulence and calm. A few minutes drive from the buzz and hubbub of Chora, the San Marco luxury hotel, at the serene, peaceful and distinctly picturesque Houlakia bay, is a premium boutique hotel in Mykonos, renowned for its aesthetic, services and distinct brand of hospitality. This is not without good reason. Boasting a wide range of options, from the beautifully appointed Classic Garden View Rooms, and deluxe sea view rooms, to the more expansive Junior Open Plan Sea View Suites or the truly romantic Anemos Honeymoon Suites, the San Marco Boutique hotel in Mykonos, affords ample choice to cater for different party sizes and accommodation needs.
All rooms and suites feature simple, minimalistic lines, with few ornaments but the amazing sea vistas; and tasteful, functional furniture blending with the latest modern conveniences such as flat screen TV’s, air conditioning and opulent bath amenities.With indulgent living at the core of its philosophy, the San Marco boutique hotel in Mykonos, what’s more, offers an unsurpassed range of tailor made services and facilities: An expert concierge who undertakes to arrange everything for you (dinner reservations to the most exclusive bars and clubs in town, or perhaps a private yacht tour? the choice is yours!); some of the island’s best known culinary establishments, Pythari and Veranda restaurants, which are guaranteed to tantalize your taste buds with their enticing gastronomic offerings; as well as the Houlakia Boutique Hammam Spa, the relaxing sanctuary of the San Marco boutique hotel in Mykonos, designed for optimum mind and body rejuvenation.
After all, you’ll surely need to relax and unwind and get luxuriously pampered, following a hearty dose of stimulating art and culture at the Mykonos Biennale!