Mykonos can feel like one big 24-hour thumping beach club, so it’s a relief to find a peaceful (and stylish) redoubt like Katikiesthis link opens in a new tab. At this whitewashed retreat, perched above Agio Ioannis beach, each of the 32 rooms feature private plunge pools and unimpeded sea views. If you venture out of your room, you can relax at one of the two infinity pools or sundecks. (Pro tip: Opt for the pool at the top of the hotel which was blissfully empty our entire stay but still staffed for any cocktails and snack requests). And while the resort has spa, gym, open air restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine, and, yes, even a Champagne bar (this is the original island of bottles and models, after all), there’s something very low-key and intimate about the setting. The only time you’ll ever see a crowd is at the omelet bar at the breakfast buffet. Doubles from $578.