Launching this spring, OKU Hotels is shaking up the hospitality scene in the Mediterranean
OKU Hotels Kos. Photography by Georg Roske
The new group of hotels is defined by luxury and beauty, ideal for the wanderluster. OKU Ibiza is set to be the flagship property, sitting alongside sister hotel OKU Kos which will be fully operational from April.
Following a design revamp under owners Westfort Capital, the contemporary hotels have been given new life, set where the Casa Cook Hotels once were. The group will be expanding across the Mediterranean, specialising in exquisite design and bespoke experiences.
Pool view, OKU Kos
OKU Ibiza, launching 30 April, will feature 180 boho-chic guestrooms, suites and ocean-view penthouses, an OKU Signature Suite and a standalone four-bedroom villa with a private pool.
Dining destinations OKU Restaurant and To Kima, headed by Executive Chef Mark Vaessen, will also be on-site.
Exterior view, OKU Ibiza
Opening 5 April, OKU Kos comprises 100 spacious rooms, including suites with private and semi-private pools and a handful of private two-bedroom villas, perfect for a luxurious, secluded stay. The adult-only resort will boast a private beach overlooking panoramic vistas of the Aegean Sea.
Not to mention the spa, hammam, sauna and fitness studio (with daily complimentary yoga classes by the beach pavilion) will also be available.
Derived from the Japanese spiritual and architectural concept of “inner space”, the ethos of the brand is to provide relaxing sanctuaries in destinations that captivate, with wellbeing practices that revive, and sensorial dining and music experiences that invigorate.
Wellness centre at OKU Ibiza
Rates start from 180 euros per night (currently approx. £163). Visit okuhotels.com for more.
All photography by Georg Roske