The study concerns the construction of a 4-star hotel complex in Mykonos with 20 en suite rooms. The hotel is also equipped with 4 swimming pools. Due to the high slope, the complex is organized into six levels. The communal building with the reception, the lobby, the bar and the restaurant are located at the two middle levels of the complex, while the flow of visitors can be guided to the upper two levels and to the lower two levels to find their rooms. The central design decision was to offer rear and side access to the rooms in order to create front yards with privacy and unobstructed view. Forming a complex of cubes, it follows the slope in harmony with the landscape and is inspired by traditional Cycladic architecture. The use of local materials, like stone and white plaster, in combination with the lightweight shading structures of wood and crane, make the whole synthesis more interesting.