With an exciting waterpark and a beachfront location, the Atlantica Aegean Blue is perfect for family getaways.
The Atlantica Aegean Blue is right on the edge of a sand and shingle beach, and views of the Mediterranean Sea stretch out for miles.
Wrapped up in gardens, the hotel keeps itself to itself, but you can catch the bus to Rhodes town from a stop just next to the property.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board and snacks. Afternoon biscuits. One visit per stay to the à la carte restaurant. Welcome pack with snacks in room
Afternoon tea. Non-branded alcoholic and locally produced soft drinks, 10.00-24.00. Welcome pack with drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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The pool snakes its way around the grounds, complete with mini water jets, waterfalls and wooden bridges. With a sun terrace surrounding the area, there are lots of sunbeds and parasols offering the ideal spot to relax. Deposit is required for pool towels which are changed 3 times a week.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner. Late breakfasts are also available 10.30-11.00. You can choose to dine indoors or outside on the open-air terrace. There are themed evenings and show cooking where you can watch dishes being prepared right in front of you.
Thomson Kids' Club
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. And that includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times.
Rooms ► View all
double with limited sea view
Double room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3 with mini-fridge, LCD satellite TV and air-conditioning June to September.
deluxe double room with garden view
Deluxe double room sleeps up to 3 and are located on the ground floor in smaller buildings in the grounds. Rooms have LCD TV, DVD player, bathrobe, slippers, mini-fridge, air-conditioning June to September and a terrace with sunbeds and parasols.
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Ticks every box
A large group of us went to this hotel to celebrate my parents' 40th Wedding Anniversary. Although it was the end of the season it did not feel that way and the staff from the reception to the dining were all fantastic. The dining experience is one of the most impressive we have ever been to for the variety of the food; there were different themed nights every night and everything cooked fresh. In general the quality of the food was not just good but excellent and will likely satisfy nearly everyone. The waterpark was cleverly thought-out and great for kids and big kids...The other thing that stands out for us is the attention to detail for kids - the creche was excellent (thanks especially to Hannah and Emma) and there were so many playgrounds around the place. We can't speak highly enough of our week at the hotel - definitely recommended.More
StBarts2011, London, United Kingdom
Great value family resort
Visited with my wife, my sister and her 3 boys in July 2014. From arrival through to departure the service was friendly and nothing was too much. Rooms were clean and reasonably well appointed. Good quality air conditioning was a welcome relief from the heat off the day. Food quality was excellent with plenty of variety and a number of different themed evenings. The all inclusive package allowed us access to the premium restaurants at neighbouring hotels within the group, which offered great variety. The water park and numerous pools kept the boys busy all day, but the pool could get crowded at times. We preferred to head for the loungers on the grass in front of the sea for a bit of peace and quiet. Evening entertainment for the kids was great, with something fun and different every night. Drinks quality wasn't great, with local wine and beers leaving a little to be desired. A great destination for a family break, offering good value for money.More
Ian H, Doveridge, United Kingdom
As voiced by others, end of season & staff still made residents feel special, nothing was too much. Kids club did sound better from next door but kid of 4 didn't notice so I'd say this was better than the village hotel next door (their spa staff are good over there). Decent food choices (good soup), no queues for water slides, and sea was warmer than the pools so we were down there a bit. For me the backing on to the beach wins it. YyMore
liverpool-london, London, UK
Hotel good overall, Thomsons however, not so good
I went to this hotel in the middle of September with my partner. We thought the hotel looked lovely in the brochure and on the internet, and although it was expensive (the holiday cost us Â£2,500) we hoped it would be worth it. However, on arrival at 3.30am, we were tired, and all we wanted was to collapse in our bed. We were shown to our deluxe room (which we had paid an extra Â£280 for) and were in for our first disappointment. The room itself was fine, but the patio/garden area was diabolical. We complained the next morning to James, our rep, who said that we knew that the deluxe rooms were on the ground floor (which I did know as I had read their description on the website and in their brochure). However, the deluxe rooms were down some steps from the ground floor, which to me indicates at the least, a semi-basement. We looked out onto a wall from our delightful mud/grass garden area and next doors hotel overlooked us. There were no partitions between any of the rooms, therefore, there was no privacy or security. After complaining, James spoke to the guest relations manager who agreed to move us that day. We were moved to a standard room on the second floor overlooking a walkway between two blocks of rooms. On our return home, I complained to Thomson via email and asked for a refund on the extra that we had paid for the room and for the inconvenience too (we lost the first day of the holiday by all this rearranging, and were very close to just coming home as we were so upset). Thomson and I have exchanged a few emails since our return, and twice they have refused to refund anything to us as they say other people didn't complain! All we wanted was a refund on the difference between a standard room and a deluxe room. We are not normally the type of people who complain, but Thomson (who are probably one of the biggest and richest travel companies in the world) have no aftercare for dissatisfied customers! I will say that the hotel itself did have some good points. The hotel and the room was clean, the food was great and the staff were brilliant, especially Linda, one of the waitresses in the bar, and the restaurant manager. Also, the waterpark was great fun.There wasn't much to do outside the hotel in the evening, the walk to the village was about 15mins. The entertainment was what you expect from a European all inclusive hotel. However, although we knew it was a family hotel, we did go outside the school holidays, so we were expecting it to be a bit quieter with some children there, but not full of children. We couldn't have been more wrong! I think everyone decided to take their kids out of school and took them when we were there! All nationalities, English, Dutch, Germans, Russian and Scandinavians and others too. The English were the only people with any manners, and even they weren't great. All in all, it was an ok holiday, but we wouldn't want to go back.More
wendy B, Ramsgate, United Kingdom
11 nights at the hotel and we enjoyed it all the time. We have travelled with 5 month old baby in October and have to say that the hotel (and the weather for the first week) was perfect. Our room was upgraded to a family superior on arrival at no extra cost, check in very fast and efficient. We were impressed with the cleanliness of the rooms and public areas, no disturbing smells in the public toilets. Only disappointment was the temperature of the water in the hotel swimming pools, I hoped that 5 star hotel would have at least 1 heated swimming pool but there was none. Even jacuzzi had cold water (20C) which wasn't nice nor relaxing experience. Fantastic food - fresh and good variety, real coffee was good.More
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