This deluxe hotel teams an infinity pool with a great dining scene and a private beach.
This luxury hotel attracts repeat visitors. A gorgeous infinity pool sets the scene, and it’s joined by four 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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Stayed here during early April. This hotel is fantastic, excellent facilities, multiple pools, gym & sauna and the kids club was wonderful, our 6 year old enjoyed a few energetic sessions with the attentive staff. Service all around the hotel is top notch whether it be inside bar, poolside or beach. The food is delicious in all restaurants. Highly recommended hotel, hope to visit again in future.More
paul m, 186338
An absolutely beautiful hotel. We travelled as a large group for a family wedding. Adults and children thoroughly enjoyed. The staff were all wonderful with a few who stood out above the rest - Nikos and Christos in the Asian restaurant, Lena in the buffet restaurant and by far the best - Georgia in the main bar. Thomson had messed up our booking so the hotel up-graded us free of charge to the deluxe area - thank you so much. The food in all restaurants was good, our favourite all round restaurant being the Asian. The drinks at all bars were good, however a tad stronger at the deluxe bar. All bars served premium brands. The only small gripe I have is that the only sugar free drink available was diet coke so choices for diabetics or health conscious not so good, please could you provide more sugar free drinks such as lemonade (sprite or 7up free) or slimline tonic (tonic lite) We had some concerns before going about the amount of hill/slopes and steps but there was nothing to be concerned about, if anyone had difficulty then the hotel had plenty of golf cart type buggies available to run people around, also useful in the rain for getting to the restaurants. We would recommend this hotel to anyone and everyone. It is suitable for families and older adults alike. We will definitely return.More
Luxury at its best!
My fiancÃ© and I have just returned from a week's holiday at Ikos Oceania. This hotel is amazing. On arrival, we were escorted into the deluxe lounge and given a glass of champagne whilst we checked in. The views of the hotel are lovely from the balcony there. We were staying in a junior suite in building 5, floor 3. I definitely recommend going deluxe. We enjoyed free mini bar, topped up every day for no extra cost, deluxe bar and snacks for lunch, lovely bar staff coming around the pool very frequently asking if we wanted a drink. You could ask for any cocktail you wanted, even if it wasn't on the menu. Thank you to David, George and the two lovely ladies at the bar (sorry I've forgotten your names- one was brunette and one was blonde). You all do an amazing job. The food at the hotel was the best I've ever had at an all inclusive hotel. 4 a la carte restaurants- French, Asian, Italian and Greek. The Greek restaurant was lovely, Theo the manager is great. He runs a great restaurant, and even accommodated us in the restaurants we wanted, when our beach dinner was cancelled twice an hour before it was meant to be. This was due to weather conditions. The Italian restaurant is beautiful, sitting above the waterfall looking at that amazing view is a must. The Asian restaurant is also lovely, the most popular I think. I recommend sitting in the window and watching the sunset. We went to the French restaurant once, but weren't impressed with the choice of food on the menu, but that is nothing against the restaurant, it is just personal choice. The buffet restaurant, Flavours, was ok but we only ate there the first night and following morning. We then ate in the a la carte restaurants at night, and the Greek restaurant for breakfast. The Greek restaurant, Ouzo, is much quieter and peaceful for breakfast and lunch. Book the restaurants as soon as you get there because they book up very quickly. Also, if you go deluxe, make use of the free massages at the spa (included in the deluxe package). Stella at the spa really helped my bad back. Thank you Ikos Oceania for making our holiday so perfect. We will definitely be back as soon as possible, but will come for 10 days next time. One week just wasn't enough.More
Relaxing break, great,value
I was really impressed with the Ikos Oceania. We arrived to a glass of cold champagne and the most amazing view of the ocean sea overlooking Mount Olympus. We upgraded to a deluxe junior suite which was well worth the extra money. The view was beautiful and you get lots of freebies, a private pool area and better access to quiet spaces. Service was excellent in all of the bars and restaurants and the staff were friendly and professional. Food good, we ate in the buffet and tried all of the a la carte restaurants with Ouzo being our first choice. Excellent choice for breakfast and lunch in the buffet. Good wine menu and extensive list of cocktails and other refreshments available. We travelled as a couple so can't comment on the facilities for children. Wifi excellent. So why not 5 stars? A minor point but... You have to book the restaurants a good few days in advance to get a decent time which means you can't decide on the day what you feel like. It would be good to have some walk in spaces available. Overall an excellent stay and highly recommended.More
After reading the glowing reviews for the hotel we went with high expectations and were not disappointed. Everything was wonderful from arrival to reluctantly leaving. The staff make everyone feel special, the food is very good the drinks are all high quality. Although the main buffet restaurant is the best we have been to for this type of hotel, the specialist restaurants are even better, you feel as if you are dining in a top restaurant especially with the magnificent views. Our accommodation was in Building 3 and had restricted sea view and although OK for a week when we return would like to have a higher room with a sea view. Even though the weather wasn't too good we enjoyed our stay and on a very rainy day the Hotel put on a free coach trip to Thessaloniki to a large modern shopping mall. The only very slight negative we found was that perhaps the staff in the main restaurant are slightly too keen to remove plates too quickly, in fact one day we went for pudding and came back to an empty table, drinks etc all removed! However this is minor and overall we loved the hotel. Unfortunately the Hotel is situated away from any local Greek life so really at night you do have to stay in the Hotel. There is excellent entertainment on three nights in the theatre. An outstanding song and dance troupe. The other nights are low key musicians in the bar. Daytime there is a nice walk along the beach road to a small town which has seen better days but does have a Wednesday market and a few good cafes overlooking the sea. We will be back soon!!!More
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