This deluxe hotel teams an infinity pool with a great dining scene and a private beach.
This luxury hotel attracts repeat visitors – not to mention the occasional British soap star. A gorgeous infinity pool sets the scene, and it’s joined by 4 à la carte restaurants and a first-class spa.
There’s a private sandy beach just across the road from this hotel. It comes with a range of watersports, as well as waiter service to your sunlounger. Further afield, it’s around 15 minutes’ walk to Nea Moudania’s centre and harbour.
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- Floors: 6 in the main building, 3 in the annexes
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board. Unlimited visits to the à la carte restaurants. Midday and midnight snacks. Afternoon coffee, sweets and ice-cream.
National and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-02.00. Minibar in room.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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The infinity pool has fabulous views of the open ocean so you'll be able to see the boats passing calmly by. In the evening, you can sip a drink on your sunbed as you enjoy a beautiful sunset. Sunbeds and pool towels are provided.
Greek à la carte restaurant
With poolside dining available, subject to the weather. You can make a reservation in the lobby area.
Evening entertainment programme
A range of entertainment including musicals, cocktail parties, quizzes and cinema shows.
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double room with sea view
These rooms have space for three with a double bed and an extra bed. They're spacious and come with floor to ceiling windows.
junior deluxe room
These rooms have space for three adults or two adults and one child with a double bed and a living area with a CD and DVD player. These rooms have access to a pool that is exclusively for guests staying in Deluxe rooms.
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First class All Inclusive
My wife and I have just spent a pampered 5 nights at Ikos Oceania. We could not fault the hotel. The staff were very welcoming in every respect. The place oozes high quality and we can see why it has been rated one of the best all inclusive places in Europe. The food and wine at the a la carte restaurants was of a high standard. Having said this the main buffet restaurant was extremely good too. A novel addition to the choice of restaurants was a greek taverna in the nearby town. The beach is very pleasant with crystal clear sea, very comfortable loungers. Attentive staff cater for your every need including lunch on the beach if you so require. As we were staying in early May we did have a few overcast days so the very well appointed indoor spa pool was very useful.More
A fantastic hotel - relaxing with great attention to detail.
Be sure to hire Transfers4Travel to take you to the hotel in style - we had an 8 seater Mercedes complete with cool drinks for all! The kids were impressed. Then there's the buggies to take you and your luggage to your rooms. Welcoming bottles of wine and fruit await you - the white wine chilling in the fridge, of course (and the quality is excellent).The food was good - be sure to book at 9am if you want to visit any of the onsite restaurants - and the buffet restaurant is as good as any, with fantastic service. It's hard to take advantage of all that is on offer - particularly if you just want to relax on the sunloungers and listen to the waves: there's a drinks service here too (free) and the Greek salad or baguettes are delicious. If you can tear yourself away, or want to make room for more goodies, I'd recommend going to Aqua or Pilates or Yoga. If you are lucky, yoga will be taken on the headland, overlooking the Aegean Sea and Mount Olympus, which until the end of May glistens with snow. The Sunday walk is not to be missed either. You can hire bikes - you get your deposit back - and that's good fun. The indoor pool is warm but the outdoor is a little chilly but, like the sea, it's ok when you get into it. For the kids, the paddling pool's great and it's a nice area to be in. The staff who run the kids' activities are top notch, though there is a charge for under 4s. They even have a service on the beach whereby they look after the children for half an hour whilst you have a swim! The children's playground, where everything is new, is excellent. You must go to the shows - the Hollywood one had our little children transfixed and the fast moving dances and fantastic singing - the Frozen one stood out for me - were good enough to be on in the West End. The bar is good too - great views and sunsets - nothing is too much trouble. Beware the endless supply of pistachio nuts and olives!More
jeewhizz625, Brampton, United Kingdom
Treated like Royalty
We stayed here for 5 nights in the Deluxe Jnr Suite; this hotel is lovely; clean and the staff are so welcoming; can't do enough for you!! The food in the main restaurant is lovely; there are Ã la carte restaurants to choose from but we were more than happy with the main restaurant; everything you could want is there... so good! The rooms are lovely, the pool area great for relaxing and the staff are so lovely; always coming around offering drinks; refreshment face cloths; even offering to clean your glasses!! If you want to be treated like Royalty look no further than Ikos Oceania. Will most def go back to this paradise hotel. Thank you guys for all you have done and do; you made it an extra special time for us both; a special Thank you to the staff at the Deluxe Pool; Tanya, Maria (to name only 2) and the Chef also (apologise can't remember all of your names) for all you did. Also a thank you to Aris from the Ouzo restaurant; bless you for running up and down those steps during our dining on the beach experience and for being a pleasure to talk to. Take care all and hope to see you again xxxMore
Michelle S, Carterton, United Kingdom
Best All Inclusive Ever!
Just returned from 10 nights at the Ikos Oceanis. The reviews on here were all so good we were starting to think it sounded too good to be true! On arrival, we realised that they weren't lying! It is absolute paradise! We were greeted personally on arrival with champagne in the adults only champagne bar without having to queue at reception. The staff cannot do enough for you, we felt like royalty the whole time. International spirits are included in your room minibar which is restocked daily. 24 hour room service is included as are the four a la carte restaurants and the local restaurant in the village with transport if required. Food fantastic quality. Drinks and snacks are delivered to your beds at the pool and beach and watersports are also included at the beach and bike hire. Wifi is excellent too and is strong even at the beach bar. There was an itinery each day of daytime and evening entertainment which was good. The spa was also lovely with a heated pool and sauna/steam room. The outside pool is not heated and was a little cold but was fine once you were in. The sea was warmer than the outside pool. However, while we were there it was getting hotter and so warming up all the time. You can walk into the village along the sea road which takes about 15 mins. There is a port there with some shops and a lovely church. Every member of staff were so lovely and made our holiday experience such a wonderful one. Thank you so much everybody at Ikos Oceanis. We have already booked at their sister hotel Ikos Olivia for October and cannot wait!!More
Sue A, Southampton, United Kingdom
Good but could have been better.
We stayed for 7 nights with our 3 year old. The transfers were smooth and check in excellent. We have travelled all over and have stayed at many all inclusives. This resort is only good for you if you just want to relax and don't do much during holidays. As the surrounding area is quite run down and not much water sports too. Also unlike other resorts under 4 mini club for kids is not free and they charge 28â¬ for 3 hours. And also do not allow parents to stay with their kids in the club. There is definitely good choice of food in the main restaurant but if you do not eat pork and beef then you would definitely struggle. As they do not keep a single chicken dish. After many days of complaining one day the chef made grilled chicken. Booking ala carte restaurants is a hassle as you need to queue or call by 9am. We could only get into Greek one. The food was delicious but the service was very slow. Apart from the above niggles mentioned everything else is good. Rooms and pools are spotless. A special mention to Anna in the main restaurant who was very nice and used to bring us pasta specially made for our 3 year old fussy eater. And Stella in the spa who was very good with the massage. More
sumikk, London, United Kingdom
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