Taking inspiration from traditional Greek island architecture, OKU Kos has a village-like feel, with cubist houses grouped around gardens and patios. The designers, Annabell Kutucu and Michael Schickinger, pull in rough, natural textures, muted earthy tones and exotic accessories to create a serene sanctuary.
We love the range of wellness, healing and yoga retreats that are offered for ten to thirty guests every October. You have the opportunity to fully reconnect with the Earth through three yoga sessions a day in this incredible setting. Build physical, emotional and spiritual strength, channel energies and form your own tribe.
Inspired by the nomadic way of life, this property's character comes from natural surfaces and earthy tones. Lounging pillows and hand-picked accessories add to the warm, bohemian atmosphere. A personal space in which to kick back and slow down.
Taking cues from how we live and why we travel, OKU Kos emphasises wellbeing for the body and the soul. Healthy food, spa, yoga, music, and excursions in nature – each moment of mindfulness enriches your stay.
OKU Kos aspires to connect a new tribe of travellers – foodies, creators, trekkers, soul searchers, beach buffs, dancers, dreamers – individuals bound together by similar values and their shared quest for a deep, fulfilling experience.
What makes this Kobu?