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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junior suite with sea view and balcony or terrace
These junior suites are bright and modern with lots of natural light. Your room will be air-conditioned so it's possible to keep it cool and you'll have access to Wi-Fi* in your room too. There's a separate lounge area and there's a satellite TV and a minibar. Just so you know these rooms have access to a pool that is exclusively for guests staying in the deluxe rooms. Outside from your balcony or terrace you'll have views of the sea.
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Excellent spring break trip!
This was truly an all-inclusive resort. Great food, wonderful staff and a very good price. I would definitely return. We stayed in a Junior suite, which was adequate for two people. Make reservations at the a la carte restaurants immediately because they fill up quickly.More
This all inclusive hotel is one if not the best hotel we have been to. The first thing to say is that it has been the only trully all inclusive hotel that is just that. The only exception to this is things like spa treatments which you have to pay for everywhere should you want them. Everything else is included, all drinks including cocktails (the list is endless) if your favourite cocktail is not listed just ask and you get. A stocked mini bar is included and restocked daily. Not only do get the mail bar area, but are pool bars and a beach bar. Relaxing on the beach, no need to get up and go to the beach bar, the boys & girls are on hand to take your order and deliver your drinks to your sun lounger. All the entertainment was excellent and at no extra cost. The beach it a bit of a walk down or back up, but there are the carts on had to take you down and bring you back up. Just go into reception and ask, by the time you get outside one of the drivers will be waiting for you to take to down. When finished on the beach just go to the beach bar and ring up and by the time you walk the short distance to the gate the one of the drivers will be there to take you back up. There are a number of themed restaurants, you will need to book these, but that's it no extra charge, and on top of that you are not limited to the number of visits to these restaurants. The staff are the best, all very friendly and genuinely want to help and get you what you need. This goes from all the bar, restaurants & chefs, reception, the drivers of the carts to and from the beach, not forgetting the girl servicing the rooms. We went with Saga and the rep is of the same disposition, nothing to much trouble and she seemed that see was always there when you needed her. We said we would go again, and we have just booked for September. I could go on about this hotel for ever, but I think I have given an idea of what its like there. If you are thinking of going to Greece this is the place to stay.More
Grizzly N, 187057
Warm and very efficient staff who made you feel very welcome, our suite overlooked the sea and was very clean and well equipped, with a well-stocked fridge and coffee facilities they even change the towels twice a day. The food in the main restaurant was excellent and all the al a carte restaurants were exceptional, the only restriction being that they have to be pre-booked. This is one of the best all-inclusive hotels Iâve been to, even around the pool you were served at your sun lounger with drinks, cold towels and even a sunglass cleaning service. Would recommend this hotel and will definitely be going back.More
Perfect for a totally relaxing break
We went to Ikos Oceania (myself, hubby and 2 kids age 3 and 6) when I was 34 weeks pregnant. The hotel itself is great, very clean and the rooms are not really 5 star but they are clean, functional and big enough. We had a one bedroom apartment. The restaurants are quite good, not really michelin quality as they advertise but it was good. The breakfast buffets and lunch buffets were really nice with lots of choice and especially a great salad and fruit selection. The kids club was really good and enjoyed by my 6 year old, the only problem was that the kids club is only suitable for ages 4+ so my daughter who was 3 years and 9 months wasn't particularly happy as she had to spend her time in a room with babies. This could have been ok except the room had a big glass window which looked out onto all the activities (soft play, yoga lessons etc) that the older ones were doing. I understand why she couldn't join them due to the childcare ratios but it did mean she didn't want to go to kids club outside of the lunchtime slot where they were all together. Just something to bear in mind if you have a nearly 4 year old! The main downside to this hotel was the beach, it was really a disappointment and nothing like the photos on the website. It is a thin strip of quite shingly sand/stones. There are urchins there so they provide sandbags for you to walk over past the urchins. The problem then comes as when you step off the sandbags the water is very deep (about 7 foot) and you have to swim a short way to get to another (man made I assume) bank where you can stand. This made it impossible for the kids to get out there as we couldn't carry them to the shallow bank as we couldn't stand. Also the beach is down a large number of steps and whilst there are golf carts that will take you to/from the hotel, the only time we called one it didn't arrive! To sum up, if you want to do nothing but swim, eat and relax this is a perfect holiday. If you're after a good beach though this is not the place for you.More
Amazing all inclusive 1 week break
This place is the most stunning, stylish, spacious and grand hotel I've ever been to. It has numerous floors (plenty of lifts available), on site shops which sells all cosmetic things you require. Teddy's, post cards books and other things for gifts. A good range overall. There's a games room. There's a spa and an inside pool which children are not permitted to use I think after 4pm. Although there are 5 pools outside that are huge. There are restaurants on site which are included in your price but need to be prebooked. There are Greek, French and Italian which we all so so delicious. My boyfriend doesn't like seafood so the Greek wasn't too appealing to him though. Brilliant service by lovely people. Large choice of drinks. They couldn't do enough for you honestly. Our room was amazing. Sea views and a quite a large balcony. We were greeted with a bottle of wine in our room on arrival with a lovely welcome note. Our fridge was fully stocked with cans of pop. 2 Fanta, 2 coke, 2 diet coke, 2 lemonade. Bottle of white wine, bottle of red. Fresh orange juice and fresh water. That was restocked every single day free of charge. We had 24hour room service where the food was also brilliant. So if you didn't want to eat at the buffet and fancied staying in your room or wanted to eat earlier than the time open at buffet you could order room service. Menus were given to us on arrival. Good organisation. Also on arrival we were greeted with fresh orange juice and a flannel (due to heat). Lovely treat. The hotel is only 30 mins away from thessaloniki airport. There are waters ports down at the beach. Pedalos jet skis etc. The sea is beautiful. Bright Blue. I would recommend this hotel to everybody. I will be definitely returning.More
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