This place is spot on for water babies – as well as pools, you’ve got an aqua park with slides and a lazy river, plus the beach just over the road.
The Blue Lagoon Resort is anchored just outside Kos Town, across the road from a long, sand-and-shingle beach. A 10-minute drive will land you in the centre – there’s a bus stop right outside the hotel.
There’s a whole raft of pools here, from adults-only numbers to kids’ splash parks with slides and ships. Add in restaurants, snack spots, and a big list of activities and you’ve got a top-notch family set-up.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Afternoon snacks 15.00-18.00. Tea, coffee and biscuits 16.00-18.00. Ice-cream, crêpes and sandwiches 10.00-18.00. Dinner in the main restaurant 18.30-22.00. Show cooking. Themed evenings. Late night snacks 22.00-24.00.
Unlimited local wine, beer and spirits 10.00-24.00, soft drinks, tea and coffee 08.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
Lagoon-style outdoor pool
This freeform, lagoon-style pool has a sun terrace and a Jacuzzi® with water jets. Pool towels and sunbeds are provided.
First Choice Kids' Club
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice 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. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
Satellite pool snack bar
Providing a Continental breakfast from 10am to 12pm and lunch between 12.30pm and 2pm. Gluten free dishes can be prepared on request and highchairs are provided.
Rooms ► View all
junior suite with pool view and balcony or terrace
These stylish junior suites come with a balcony or terrace, overlooking the pool. They've got twin beds and 1 sofa bed in the bedroom, so there's space for 3 adults or 2 adults and a child. You'll also have a DVD player and bathrobes, slippers and a safety deposit box*.
twin room with pool view and balcony
Twin rooms come with a mini-fridge, TV with music channel, safety deposit box*, tea and coffee facilities and wired internet connection. For some outside space, you'll have a balcony with views of the pool.
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well worth a visit
Lovely clean hotel, went for daughter and son in laws wedding.excellent wedding planned with persistion from start to finish. food was usual all inclusive fare but was acceptable. Great pools for younger children and a fab water park next door. Only disappointment was the lack of entertainment at night.bit of a con was the drinks a lot of your usual cocktail s you had to pay extra for.would recommend.More
Everything was good except for the food
Me and my fiancÃ© stayed here for a week, all inclusive last May. It was our first holiday together so we were very excited and from viewing all the reviews and photos we seemed to have made the right choice on our first holiday as a couple. The holiday got off on a good start, we arrived in kos at 9.30pm, and got to the hotel at about 10.30pm, and of course we were starving from not having a proper meal all day and obviously got to the hotel when the restaurants were closed but we remembered that there was a snack bar. Which wasn't what I would call a snack bar due to there only being ham and cheese buns which were so bland and dry so we ended up just going straight up to our rooms to sleep. Mind you the hotel and rooms were lovely, very clean and welcoming and just what we had expected. The majority of staff were very friendly and helpful, even on our 3rd night there I stupidly fell over and broke my collarbone (not realising til the next day) but the staff were so lovely in getting me to the hospital and back and having the first aider check up on me for the rest of our stay really made the rest of my time there more comfortable. We were always able to get sun loungers and even if the ones at the hotel were full we simply went over to the mini water park which is joined to the hotel and spent our day there instead. Over all it was a good holiday but what put us off returning was the food. Now I have to point out that I am a very fussy eater but my fiancÃ© likes pretty much anything so for him to not like the food either was quite shocking. I did enjoy the breakfasts (when we got up in time to have it that was) but the lunch and evening meals weren't up to standards. Every holiday I had been on before I always enjoyed the food as they always had a lot of English food but I felt at this one they served more Greek food so there was very little that I actually liked and ate. To be honest in the full week that we were there we basically lived on crepes and slushes which were amazing by the way!!! And we also bought big bags of crisps from the hotel shop because we disliked the food that much. The snack bar at the mini water park had more snacks to choose from so now and again I would get a hot dog but even the buns were solid! And I used to feed the chicken kebabs to the stray cats (poor things, I love cats so I would rather give them some food instead of me throwing it away) apart from the terrible food and me breaking my collarbone we thoroughly enjoyed our time in kos. We're only a young couple both 24 so we felt like there should have been a bit more entertainment for young adults but we still had a good drink and a laugh (oh the choice of alcohol for all inclusive guests was quite bad too not a lot to choose from so we just stuck to the cocktails that were available) compared to Mexico as well I was saddened by it but I always compare other holidays to Mexico because that place was total paradise and couldn't fault it one bit!!! lol But yeah it was an alright holiday at the blue lagoon resort but I don't think we will be returning to Greece again unless they have more food options! Sight seeing was also beautiful so a Very relaxing place to be! We have booked up to go to Sirenis cala llonga resort in Ibiza in may again so we are hoping we have a better experience there! More
Large resort to meet everyone's needs
The resort was good for my and my wife's needs. She is disabled so found the resort a bit to big, even with helpful buggies which transported people between different parts. Stayed in the adults only area on the ground floor with direct access on to the pool.More
The resort is beautiful. I would not recommend going there the last week of the Edison like we did, because you can see that personnel has had enough of it. But not everybody. The food in the buffet restaurant was very English oriented. Not our style. The food in the a la Carte Chinese and Italian was very good. Skip the Greek restaurant. That was the biggest disappointment of the holidays. The self BBQ restaurant was nice. Lots of spaces to swim and chill. More
Me and my husband ventured abroad for the first time this year with our 3 kids (7, 4 & 1), in August. What an amazing place! So easy with young kids and plenty to keep them happy. It was clean, friendly and the food was great. Don't bother with family night at the Italian. It was so over rated, food was nothing special, and nothing "family" came into it. Stick to the Greek, or any others, which were amazing. The water park was really good for age 6+ (depending on height). Tip- take trousers coz most of the restaurants dont allow shorts for men (even though women are ok in beachwear??!!) Evening entertainment for kids started quite late (about 9), so we never went. It looked popular though. And finally, be prepared to pay for decent cocktails. The ones included were ok, but for a hotel of that standard, I think they should include better ones on 'all inclusive'. Strawberry daiquiri was about â¬6, but very nice... Thank you George. Would Love to go back.More
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