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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We have just returned from 2 weeks at the Ikos Oceania Hotel. We were travelling with our children aged 7 & 12 Good things about the hotel First class kids clubs, great staff and loads of activities. I was particularly impressed with the teens club. Hotels normally don't cater for over 12s but they really went the extra mile even doing a fab teen BBQ. Special mention Giac Kalli Vikki and Craig who were amazing with all the kids! Deluxe pool staff are so attentive, they even clean your sunglasses! Cocktails were lovely too! The Beach bar is great for snacks and drinks, I have read other reviews where people have complained about the beach but we enjoyed time spent there. Free pedalos for 20 mins each day are also a nice touch. The restaurants are very good the Italian and French were my favourites. Greek night at the Ouzo is also good fun. The hotel is very clean and rooms are cleaned daily to a very high standard. The bad things Room service is slow and very limited choice. The rooms are small for a family of 4 and bathrooms cramped. Some areas are very dated in terms of furniture. The very worst problem in my opinion is the Flavours buffet, the food is always cold. It's a shame because there is a good selection but sadly at best it was only just warm. This was very disappointing. It was also the case when we dined in the Asian too. Drinks service is very slow in flavours too. I would avoid Flavours altogether if you can. In summary this is a very nice hotel and we had a lovely time. Most of the staff are very nice and helpful especially Maria and the kids club team. If you are coming here with a family you will have a great time. I have to say though this is not quite a 5 star resort. Having stayed at others in Europe I think Ikos could up its game a touch before being considered a real contender in the luxury 5 star market. More
Lou L, Sheffield, United Kingdom
a wonderful hotel
We have just returned from a week at Ikos Oceania and found it to be as good as the trip advisor reviews said it would be; we chose the hotel because of its number 1 all inclusive hotel in Europe rating on trip advisor. Highlights were swimming in the beautiful warm sea (after overcoming slight nervousness due to the warning signs about sea urchins) but the sand bags in the water were easy to walk on and took you safely beyond a more rocky area to a lovely more shallow part of the sea where you could easily stand on the sandy sea floor. All the staff were friendly, helpful and professional. It was such a treat to lie on a comfortable sun lounger by the sea or the pool and be asked by a waiter/waitress "would you like a drink?" Mojitos and gin basil smash quickly became my favourites. Finding enough sun loungers for a family of 4 by the pool was not easy, however. Sun loungers seemed to get reserved early in the morning. In the intense heat it was also a matter of frequently moving the parasol to get a bit of shade. The pool area at the main family pool was rather crowded and the pool full of children, adults and large inflatable toys. Had I been without children I would have gone to the adults only infinity pool. I preferred the beach for a quieter place to relax on a sun lounger. The A la Carte restaurants were very good, though we were not able to get the French or Italian as they were fully booked for the week we were there. The Dine out food we found not as high quality as the hotel food and we were glad to return to the comfort of the hotel. We enjoyed a calm breakfast in the beautiful setting of the French restaurant, served by the outgoing and amusing Giannis. Little touches like chocolates waiting in the room when you returned from dinner with a Sleep Well note were appreciated as were the Nespresso espressos in the room. The babysitting service worked well for us. For 10 euros an hour in the evenving the babysitters took our children to eat at the buffet while we enjoyed an A la carte meal. We quite wished other parents had done the same as it is true that at every meal there were children. The best meal was at Ananya Asian rooftop restaurant; stunning views of the sunset, excellent local wine from Thessaloniki, delicious food especially the calamari starter. We had a very special time and already are planning to return next year.More
Catherine D, London, United Kingdom
I still remember this hotel and would like to provide a review. Great customer service, food and rooms lovely. It deserved the 5 star rating but I did visit a couple of years ago. It didn't feel like the typical all inclusive hotel. Not much to do around the hotel but local buses can take you further a field if you want to investigate. Fantastic! Would love to go back and review again.More
loubylou71, Addingham, United Kingdom
Another great holiday
Just returned from our 4th visit to this wonderful hotel and the 1st time since it became Ikos owned. We saw quite a few changes, the majority for the better. The new building for the Provence and Asian restaurants was lovely as was the new adult only infinity pool. We spent most of our time at this pool and although you had to be up fairly early for a su bed it wasn't a problem as we like to be up early to go walking and have an early more peaceful breakfast. Breakfast and lunch we ate at the Provence restaurant, food and setting was delicious, our wine was kept topped up by the wonderful staff at lunchtime! Going back to the sunbed situation, we were upset to witness the behaviour of a British couple who having deposited their children in the clubs every afternoon came up to the adults pool and demanded the staff to find them sun beds, unfortunately on one occasion they were clearly rude and quite aggressive to the staff, demanding to see managers etc. We ate in the A la carte restaurants every evening and had no problem booking them as soon as we arrived but maybe we were lucky as we spoke to others who had problems booking them. We enjoyed them all, although the Italian was our least favourite. The Provence was very relaxed and the duck breast was particularly delicious. The dine out in the town was also a great experience with an adequate limited menu but you did have the option of their extensive menu at your own cost. There is too many wonderful staff to mention them all but a special mention for Georgia at the adult pool who worked tirelessly in the very hot sun to bring us a continuous supply of drinks all day. Also to the hotel minibus driver who took us to the local pharmacy when I needed to get some eye drops, he even volunteered to come in and translate for us, but they spoke perfect English so wasn't a problem, he waited for us and took us swiftly back. We stayed in the deluxe Block 5 but for us it was a waste of money as we spent our days at the adult pool which was quieter and less cramped and we were disspointed to find that the deluxe pool bar shut at 8 this year instead of 11pm as in previous years, for us we used to find it a great place for drinks after dinner and to socialise with others in a lovely outside setting. Overall we had a great holiday and maybe we will return sometime in the future especially with family as we feel it is most suited to families, although there are enough adult only areas for it not to be a problem if you are a couple.More
robinsl, Southampton, United Kingdom
My very best holidays
What to say more; really the hotel looks nice and the staff is so helpful. From the first moment you feel the Greek Hospitality. It is super clean and the food is tasty. Now we are talking about an all inclusive hotel! The resturants are amazing!! Amazing!! Everything was excellent. Thank you guys. See you soon. More
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