Parked just over the road from a sandy beach, the Oceania Club and Spa serves up widescreen views stretching out over the Aegean Sea to Mount Olympus. The main pool – an infinity number – makes the most of the views, and has an island in the middle with a few loungers. On the rooms front, splash out on a Deluxe suite and you'll get views of the Aegean as well as access to a private pool. Elsewhere, foodies will love the 3 gourmet à la cartes – Greek, Asian and Italian. And last but not least, there’s a spa where you can treat yourself to things like honey body treatments.
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- Floors: 6 - main building, 3 - accommodation block
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board. 1 visit per week to each à la carte restaurant. Midday & 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.
Asian à la carte restaurant
Enjoy one free visit to this restaurant during your stay. You can make a reservation at the buffet restaurant. Subject to availability.
Evening entertainment programme
A range of entertainment including musicals, cocktail parties and cinema shows. Live shows take place on Wednesday and Sunday evenings.
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double room with sea view
Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with a double bed and an extra bed. Bathrobes and a CD and DVD player is included.
junior deluxe room
Junior deluxe room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child with a double bed with CD and DVD player and bathrobes.
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Luxury but boring
June 2012 The hotel is really brilliant, sp. it's deluxe building with private bar and two pools. At all there are 5pools, 3of them - for children. Very good and clean beach is outside the hotel territory. A small remark: there always were empty sunbeds because it was impossible to leave stuff on them and be absent for more than 2hours. The reception is on the top of the hill. So this hotel is not worth for not healthy people. Of course you can wait for a car that gets you up but it takes some time. Restorants are brilliant. The main one even has a special area for couples who want to eat with out vanity around. A la carte restorants are interesting esp. greek tavern. Very tasty musaka and mese. This hotel has 3 disadvantages. 1 - the lack of animation for children and very poor for adults. 2- there is nothing to do outside the hotel. It is very far from sightseeing places and there is no opportunity to go somewhere by bus or train. And nearby village is almost empty and desolating. 3- firstly we had a room on ground floor at deluxe building and at the evening we had ant's intrusion. After some poison trials by stuff we asked for another room. The 2 floor coner room was exellent! So the hotel is very usefull for lasy doing-nothing vacations with out activities but stepping up and down to the beach.More
Great for families
I visited the hotel for 1 week in August 2013 with my husband and children. There were plenty of activities going on to keep the kids entertained. Food and drink was excellent. The hotel was clean and well looked after. Staff were friendly and willing to help. We stayed by the pool because we found the sand on the beach too grainy with quite a lot of shingle. The two outside pools were always clean, however despite the heat the pools were freezing! All in all a very relaxing holiday, definitely worth a visit.More
Holiday in relaxation modus
We are always travell all inclusive as a family. My wife and I have high pressure jobs therefore we are after relaxation and good service. I can honestly say that we don't have one single complain about Oceania Club, it was a 5star treatment from the beginning to the end. Professional and helpful staff, great spotless public areas, facilities, pools nad gardens, rooms to high standard, excellent food, great location viewing the Aegean sea (Thermaic gulf). The hotel is dearby the beach and offers watersports activities great for children, although they were most occupied at the smaller pool. A top class gym was ideal for me and the wife enjoyed the wide range of treatments at the Spa. The town Moudania isn't something special but Thessaloniki is great for shopping. Overall an enjoyable, relaxing experience and a good value for our money.More
Kironaki1, Trondheim, Norway
Fantastic hotel, rooms, public areas, all restaurants and pool areas great, beach not the best - but offers good beach waiter service, always a bonus. Walking distance to the town of nea Moudania - not a great deal there to see, and not your typical pretty greek village/town, but the hotel made up for it - would go back for a relaxing week, but not enough to do for 2 weeks unless going on some full day excursionsMore
The hotel organises a taxi to collect us from the airport. From the moment we arrive at the gate and the guard leans into the car to take our name, we know we're going to be looked after very well. We think you'd have a good time in building one or four, but we prefer building five. It's a little more expensive, but you do get a quieter pool environment and the decent lunchtime food at the pool bar meant we never used a restaurant at lunchtime. We booked a deluxe junior suite and were upgraded to a deluxe suite, which we really enjoyed - the suite will sleep four, so the two of us had plenty of space. We're pool people, but if you're a beach lover you're well catered for here. The building five pool is away from the animation, but the hotel publishes a daily programme which we browse over breakfast to select what suits us. One of the drawbacks of going all-inclusive is the impact it has on surrounding businesses; that's why you read so many reviews of all-inclusive hotels surrounded by closed bars. The hotel introduced a scheme last year whereby you could dine at a harbour side restaurant in town one evening, which we thought was a great idea. You'll read lots of glowing reviews here about the food, beverages and facilities, and I struggle to find fault with anything here. The thing that really sets this hotel apart from many others is the people. The staff are friendly, hard working and provide excellent levels of service. The guests are great, too - this hotel attracts a lot of friendly people so it's very easy to make new acquaintances here. I'd be glad to answer your queries, but if you want to know how good is this place? The answer is we take three all-inclusive holidays every year, and this is the only hotel we have ever returned to.More
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