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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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.
All are included except where indicated.
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.
With poolside dining available, subject to the weather. You can make a reservation in the lobby area.
A range of entertainment including musicals, cocktail parties, quizzes and cinema shows.
This was our 2nd visit to Ikos Oceania and again it was wonderful. Loved the new outside bar area where twice a week there were live Greek musicians playing. Wonderful range of cocktails including Starlight Express looking pretty with a starfruit garnish. Thank you Georgia for serving the drinks and being lovely. The best place for me was the beach- such service- more than just give you a towel the staff walk along with you to chose the sunlounger you like the look of best (plenty to choose from) then they spread out the towel on the lounger for you and adjust the parasol so you have the right amount of shade etc. The beach bar was lovely with tables with a beautiful view of the sea where you could order tasty food like Greek style fish and chips with tzatziki. Superb friendly staff at the beach bar who were happy to deliver numerous cocktails to me on my sunlounger as I listened to the waves and went in to swim every now and then in the beautiful warm sea. I swam several times each day and never saw a sea urchin. The pedalos were really fun-minimal instructions were given but fears of drifting out to sea and needing to be rescued were ill founded and they were simple enough to move. There seemed to be more evening entertainments this year: live Greek musicians, live saxophone by the pool and a highlight was the band on the beach on Sunday night - a great singer and nice atmosphere with a special cocktail made for the evening. We did Aqua Zumba or aqua aerobics every day at 12 in the main outdoor pool and at 3 in the pool bar we did a Greek lesson taught by the lovely Ria. Other days at 3 there was bingo, much better attended than the Greek lesson but we enjoyed the Greek! Our children loved the shows in the theatre at 9.30pm though I must be getting old as I found the music and singing very loud! We had 10 nights and I was able to book the a la Carte restaurants for the last 6 nights. For 5 of the nights we paid for a babysitter to look after our children so we could eat in peace. The babysitters took the children to the buffet restaurant and to the playground or soft play so they had fun. Nina, the babysitter, was lovely, very warm. Maybe there could be a rule that some of the a la Carte restaurants are only open to adults or have an adult only area as having our children with a babysitter we hoped to enjoy a child free evening. It is not a cheap holiday- expensive I would say, a real treat, but it is worth it as it is so lovely. Beautifully tended gardens, colourful flowers, tasteful furnishings, the wow factor of some of the views like the sunset from the Asian rooftop restaurant make it a really special place to be. More
Catherine D, 186338
My family and I visited the hotel for my birthday and I can honestly say it's the best resort I've ever been to. ALL the staff were extremely warm and welcoming and were constantly trying to make our stay more comfortable than it already was (if that would even be possible). Not one bad thing to say about this place. Would 100% recommend this resort. More
We love it here! It really is a holiday where you don't have to lift a finger, if you don't want to. For us, the Italian restaurant was the highlight this year and the French....as always. The hotel and spa have been completely refurbished to a very high standard. Service is excellent and the staff really do as much as they can for you. The food across the whole hotel is outstanding. You can be as healthy (or unhealthy!!) as you like. The options for children are excellent. We stayed just before the main schools break for Summer holidays but the hotel was still fully booked. If you don't like children being around then this really isn't the holiday for you. It is very much a family hotel in peak season. As a result of the hotel being at capacity, the wi-fi really struggles. We spent our last day on the beach but came back to the pool at 4pm. At this point, every single bed around the top pool was reserved but only 6 people in sight for the next 2 hours. This is a real issue for me and would have annoyed me had we stayed longer. Yes, leaving your things whilst you have lunch is absolutely fine but just not for a full morning/afternoon! The hotel do promise to monitor this but I never saw it. Overall, we highly recommend the hotel and I understand all rooms are being refurbished this year which will be wonderful! We will be back again, no doubt.More
Deborah L, 186343
Having stayed at Ikos Oliva last year this hotel was a little disappointing. After sending an email before we arrived asking not to be in block 3 and having a reply saying they would accommodate request we were still in block 3. We paid for sea view and our view was a block accommodation!!! After complaining we were moved after 4 nights and we were lied to by Maria who advised block 3 was the only accommodation that was a double room!!! Son slipped on the leaking air conditioning and really hurt himself. French restaurant amazing and the manager in the Italian is an asset to the hotel. Greek staff not good at all. Stay at Oliva if you can. More
My mum, sister and I have just returned from a blissful week at the Oceania - staff were AMAZING, in particular in the main buffet restaurant Margarita and Tatiana, Beach Bar Rafail, French restaurant Stavroa, Italian Giannis, Milanos at the Inifinity Pool and all the staff on the buggies!!! The food was amazing again, we ate in all the restaurants minus the Asian due to allergies. The weather was stunning and the hotel was spotlessly clean and beautiful as it was last year, we've had a fabulous week and met some great people! The only thing that let it down was no courtesy room available and no option to keep the room due to overbooking. After we had checked out we found out a couple whose husband had had an accident were given the option of keeping their room for a charge - as our mum has had a hip replacement and has been using a stick for the whole holiday, we felt this was unfair that this wasn't offered to us even after requesting it 3 days in advance and highlighting mums recent surgery. Had we known this has been offered we would have spoken to the management again about the situation. The spa facilities offered as the only alternative to change in time for the flight are not suitable as there is only one shower in the female changing room, the floor is very slippy and is a health and safety hazard when so many people are using it in a short space of time, particularly for our mum's condition! These points have resulted in our overall rating dropping from 5 stars to a 4 which is such a shame as the rest of the hotel has been wonderful, so thanks to the staff mentioned above and many other waiters who have been so lovely!!! More
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