George’s Bar is named after patriarch George Daktylides, who laid the first stone to the Myconian Collection in 1979 and remained at the helm as CEO until he retired in 2010, handing over a hospitality empire to his four sons. You may spot him at the bar on rare occasions, lifting his glass to his wife Eleftheria without whom none of it would have been possible. And you may also find his mischievous namesake George, son of the Ambassador’s owner, teasing his grandfather with the claim that the bar was in fact named after him.

With its panoramic view of the entertainment terrace, George’s Bar is an ideal meeting spot and a perfect vantage point from which to watch the day’s rhythms unfold. Our barman is an old hand at preparing your poison of choice, and you can rely on him to provide the perfect accompanying snacks.

Light lunches are served (from 12pm to 8pm) in the bar lounge or at your shaded lounger overlooking the Aegean. There’s nothing more relaxing than a day spent adrift in reverie or reading on our broad daybeds, cared for by our attentive crew bringing fresh towels, irresistible complimentary iced smoothies and anything that might catch your fancy from the George Bar’s menu. This is where to relax, eat and indulge yourself at your own pace.

At sunset, guests returning from the beach mingle around the bar over a glass of wine or an aperitif before retiring to dress for dinner at Efisia or for an evening out on the town. Smooth cocktails flow well into the small hours of the morning. Naturally!