Like a reflection of the cobalt and turquoise melange that is the Aegean Sea, the Grace Hotel mirrors the whirling waters it overlooks. Composed of classic Cycladic architecture, the Grace has white-washed walls, curving terraces, arches and wave-blue shutters. But this is no mere historic hotel. The Grace separates itself by melding traditional architecture motifs with edgy, contemporary interiors. Steps from friendly tavernas, set on an idyllic beach, this romantic stay proves a haven in always-buzzing Mykonos.
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