Holiday Village Kos

Holiday Village Kos piles on a whole host of fun and games, with things like kids’ clubs and an activity pool. On top of that, it’s grabbed a top spot right by the beach.

Holiday Village Kos is a real all-rounder. As well as a hat-trick of pools, it throws up a huge list of sports and activities, and restaurants that tick off Italian, Greek and American food.

This place gets top marks for its location – there’s a sandy beach footsteps away, and a 15-minute walk will put you in the centre of Marmari.

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The ultimate family holiday

  • Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
  • Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
  • Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
  • Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
  • Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
  • 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Themed evenings. Snacks and sandwiches 10.30-17.30. Coffee, tea and cakes 16.30-17.30. 1 dinner per stay in the Greek and grill and American diner themed restaurants.

Drink

Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including draught beer, house wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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First Choice Kids' Club

This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.

3 outdoor pools

All with sunbeds, towels from the beach bar and parasols.

Evening entertainment programme

Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers, offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. The programme includes themed and party nights, pop shows, bingo, kids' entertainment, karaoke, cabaret and colourful shows.

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superior double room

Superior double room sleeps up to 3 with a double bed, an extra single bed, flatscreen satellite TV, mini-fridge, iPod dock, Playstation® at deposit, bathrobes, espresso machine and safety deposit box.

superior double room with sea view

Superior double room with sea view sleeps up to 3. You'll have a double bed or twin beds, mini-fridge, flatscreen satellite TV, Playstation® at a charge, free Wi-Fi, iPod dock, espresso machine and safety deposit box.

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Fantastic holiday and an amazing wedding day!

After arriving early hours on a Sunday morning we were greeted by friendly staff and some much needed water and food! Straight away we were upgraded to room 730 which was beautiful and has the perfect sea view u could only dream of! Not only was the resort amazing it was also very clean and all the staff were so friendly! Food was delicious we did not have one bad meal and this is very rare for 2 weeks of all inclusive we did not get bored of it once! We tried the American and Greek also which was fab. The hotel was is a great location with a bus stop outside and shops just up the road.we tried to get out and about every other day so rented and beach buggy and car from marmari just up the road. Moving on to the wedding! All our family and friends arrived the following week and were blown away by this amazing hotel , none of us have children so I was worried that maybe it would be to family orientated but all that added to the atmosphere of the hotel and if you did want to get away the adult bar was a great place to relax! Along with the beach across the road! Now what can I say yota and Maria who planned and organised our wedding are two very special ladies who love what they do and want the best for you and your big day, from start to finish it was amazing and they would put your mind at rest If there was any thing you were worried about or you decided on last minute. We are all so sad to be home and have nothing but great memories, to top it off when we got on the coach to go to the airport we were all given water and a send off from staff and the manager! We are already looking at booking again next year! Such a brilliant holiday and wedding day given to us by the fab staff and wedding planners! On,y been home a day and miss it already.....take us back.More

Richardson111,

Kids loved it! ☀️☀️☀️☀️

Travelled to HV on 19th August 2015 for one week with husband and 8 year old twins. All inclusive. 1st Holiday Village experience. PROS --------- Short Transfer Swift check -in Beautiful spacious complex 4 Great Pools Modern Rooms Comfy Beds Friendly Staff/Reps Great food (except American Diner) Great Kids Club Beautiful Beach Unlimited Towels/Bottled Water CONS ---------- Sun Bed Frenzy (got extremely tedious) On - site shop (explained below) Extortionate late room extension Non existent Wi Fi (wasn't that bothered as I was on holiday but might be important to Some people). A FEW GRIPES ----------------------- 1) On-site shop - BEWARE! Dick Turpin runs the shop, although he didn't steal my horse he practically robbed us blind. We ran out of sun tan lotion on last day and he charged us €22 Euros for a very small bottle. We then took a 20 minute walk to Marmari and found the same bottle for €12 euros. Well done Dick, a captive audience and you have mastered the art of pulling people's pants down! No wonder he's always got a smile on his face. 2) Mosquitos - The place is riddled, PLEASE REMEMBER YOUR REPELLENT, I forgot one night and got 18 bites in 20 minutes, a painful mistake. 3) Hazardous Poolside Steps/areas - Be very careful around poolside in the splash pool in some places when it's wet its lethal. The family pool my husband slipped down the steps still has cuts And bruises to prove it, we witnessed several people and children a day go flying. 4) Air-con - just a little tip, make sure the patio door is shut properly as this is where the sensor is, if not it doesn't come on. 5) Kos airport - A massive let down, small, dirty, disorganised , would put me off going back, such a shame because Kos is a beautiful island. In summary, great holiday, kids loved wave jumping at the beach, I would recommend HV, but not sure if I would come back here, only because I don't see the point of going to the same place twice when there is so much of the world to explore.More

lime_Dolly, st Ives

family friendly

We were there from 11th aug.to 18th aug.A lovely hotel.very clean.lots of activities for our 10 year old.The highlight was the evening entertainment which was brilliant and such high energy in the sweltering heat.The reps were fantastic and had all the moves.Soul night in particular was really good.Food was in abundance,plenty of choice,gets a little monotonous at times..not very spicy a bit bland but thats to be expected,The waiters were very friendly and accomodating.Unfortunatley wifi is not good everywhere in the complex,with everybody these days having smart phones etc you would expect excellent signals everywhere in the hotel.I suppose if you are on holiday one would think you would switch off all electronics but thats hard to do these days. Not much to see in terms of tourism on Kos so if you want to do sightseeing you will be disappointed.Not much to shop for ....if you want that head over to Turkey for a day trip. Rooms are good but not the glass doors of the toilet and shower which are a little see through and a little embarassing if you are staying with older children in the same room.The pools are nice and clean .Plenty of drinks available.The beach is 2 minutes across the road and is nice and peaceful if you want to get away from the noisy atmosphere of the hotel pool.The sea can be a little rough on some days..A local bus gets you to most parts of the island fairly cheaply but there is not much to see unless you are into acheological ruins or horse riding or go karting not much fun in the heat..Not much sign of the migrants as reported on news in Kos as they are keeping them to one part of the town. On the whole a nice place for s short break...no mosquitoes etc.More

mmkvr, Solihull, United Kingdom

A great family holiday hotel

Our family holiday (2 adults, kids aged 7 and 5) to HV Kos was great. A few negatives, check in was not great, rooms not ready had to wait a couple of hours in the very hot climate, but we were pleased with our room (first floor sliding door partition room 630 a good location, opp. relax pool) when we finally got it. The main restaurant was good, the food was very varied and catered for all tastes, my sons especially enjoyed the made to order pizza corner, it was very hot at times, maybe in the outside area they could have some ceiling fans?! We only used the American at lunch time, was a quick fix for hungry bellies. The pools were good, 4 different ones, we mainly used the splash pool, it has a very rough bottom, which my boys feet were cut up on, would recommend pool shoes. It was very difficult to get a sunbed, so we joined the get up early brigade after not having one on our first day. The hotel is overall a great one. The First Choice staff were excellent. We really enjoyed the entertainment, the amphitheatre is steep but there are smaller steps with a rail to hold onto. It’s a shame they have to have bingo every night, don't think they enjoy doing it and it breaks the evening up, more audience participation games would be good, everyone seemed to really get involved in those. The children loved all the dances (they are still doing them now) and the entertainers (esp Flo, Cree and Carly). We were there when they raised over 3000 euros for Tommy’s (with the help of the Razzamadads) and when Flo hurt himself in a dance move (hope that he has recovered now?). To sum up our holiday it was a fantastic place to have a family holiday, we would definitely return or try another HV in the future.More

PoolFamily4,

A nice family holiday

Myself, my husband, elderly mother and 2 children (3 & 8) went to the Holiday Village Kos from 25/07/15 - 05/08/15, we went all inclusive with Thomson. On arrival it was chaos and our rooms were not ready but staff were very helpful and put us in a duplex for one night and moved us the following morning to new rooms. We had a 2 bedroom with solid partition which was lovely and right at the back, (565) so quiet. My mum had a a double room a bit further down (333). The rooms were nice and cleaned everyday with towels being changed daily! You could get beach towels from the spa everyday free of charge which saves space in your suitcase! The pools! Be prepared to get up early! Even though there are signs saying beach towels left on loungers will be removed, they never were, so by 7:00 you'd be lucky to get one! The pools are great and the kids loved them! The beach is just outside the hotel across a tiny quiet road and it was nice and clean and actually pretty quiet for the time of year. The main buffet restaurant was nice and had a good selection of foods and every night they had a different theme! They also had a kids corner with chicken, chips etc! The grounds were spotless and beautiful! Be aware that wifi only works well in reception! There was so much for the kids to do entertainment wise! Constant throughout the day, plus kids clubs, cannot fault the reps, brilliant! My only complaint would be where the evening entertainment is held. It's in an amphitheater, which is a good idea but it doesn't work. Unless you are right at the back or front, it's impossible to move. Kids climb over the chairs to get to parents and once it gets dark it's dangerous as the only light comes from the stage! one child did fall badly while we were there! There is a small family run shop on site selling toys and lilo's etc, it also has toiletries, snacks and drinks! They are a great family and so friendly and helpful! Overall the hotel is beautiful and clean and we had a lovely time! My only issue being the amphitheater! Holiday village Kos is worth a visit if you are a family!! More

Vickiwink, London, United Kingdom

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Holiday Village Kos
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 823 customer reviews
from £335.00