Atlantica Eleon Grand Resort & Spa

A beachfront location and a neighbouring waterpark – the Eleon Grand Resort & Spa Hotel has a lot to brag about.

With an olive grove on one side, the Ionian Sea on the other, and a waterpark right next door, the Eleon Grand Resort & Spa has a top spot. Plus, if you fancy exploring, Tsilivi is 5 minutes away by taxi.

The hotel has got facilities to shout about. It’s got multi-level pools, a splash park, and an international restaurant, not to mention a beachfront setting.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Buffet meals. Show cooking. Theme nights. Snacks. Afternoon tea. Ice-cream.

Drink

Local alcoholic beverages and soft drinks including beer, wine, ouzo, tsipouro, brandy, juices, tea and coffee.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor pool

This pool comes with sea views. In the evening, the water turns pink thanks to special lighting embedded in the pool's wall.

Buffet restaurant

For breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can choose to enjoy indoors, or al fresco with views looking out over the ocean. There's also an open kitchen, themed nights, as well as show cooking stations where you can watch dishes being prepared right in front of you.

Bar

Playing lively music with staff preparing freshly made cocktails Drinks are part of your All Inclusive package until 11pm.

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junior suite with sea view, terrace and whirlpool bath

These junior suites overlook the sea, you'll also have a king-size bed and a whirlpool bath in the bathroom. There's space for 3 with a king-size bed and 2 sofa-beds in the bedroom.

family room with garden view and balcony

Family rooms cater for 3 adults and a child. They're set up with a king-size bed and 2 sofa-beds, as well as a dining area and a kitchen. You'll also have a mini-fridge, safe, LCD TV and tea and coffee facilities.

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Smashing Hotel in a lovely spot

This was a great hotel. We visited with our daughter and partner and our small grand daughter. We were booked in rooms that were next to one another. They were clean,spacious and the air conditioning was super. We had to ask for a couple of things like clean the cups,change the sheets,but as soon as we asked all was done. We had no rat problems although we saw one as we wandered to dinner,it is hot,in the countryside and where there are humans there is food so you may well see them! The food was good but we found on occasion the portion did not always allow for everyone to try the fare,especially as ALL inclusive to some means all you can eat. The drinks were local hooch and we were charged for cocktails.The wine was passable as long as you become a heathen and drink the red cold! The coffee, cake and brandy on the terrace overlooking the pools in the afternoons are to be recommended. The staff are attentive and helpful. The gym is very poor. We were told we were being upgraded after the first week, the room however was no larger but it allowed the block we were in to be closed.We respectfully declined as we did not want to be over the swimming pool. I guess the only issue we had was with some of the other holiday makers who seem to want to make you squirm with the huge appetites for food and booze and rudeness shown to staff. All inclusive is maybe not for us although the hotel was in a great spot far from the rest of the madding crowd.If you want pubs,bars,burger joints etc then this is not the place for you.More

Wanderingbrits, 186335

Nothing really grand about it

We had to move twice due to problems, had rats living under our private pool and running around us whilst we were sunbathing and shared the apartment with ants. To add insult to injury, we actually upgraded to this!!More

janbot,

An Honest Review from Eleon Regulars

We have been staying at the Eleon every year since it opened with our two children, and some years visited twice, once with kids in height of season (Aug) and then as a couple in September time. We enjoyed some very happy holidays at the hotel and have seen the services improve each year. We gradually got to know the management and staff well and they always did their very best for us and every year they always graciously granted us a room discount as loyal customers. Last August during our visit to the hotel we tried to book the hotel for 2015 but were told it was being taken over, and given the new details. When we contacted Atlantica we were quite frankly stunned by the significant hike in price and when we asked what was being done to justify the increase in price (including the eternal sunbed situation!) we were pretty much met with an resounding silence! We were eventually granted a small a ‘loyalty’ discount (all very corporate and a little impersonal) which although helpful, started us thinking what else we could get for our money, and well, for the same price as we had been quoted at the Eleon, it got a family of 4, 11 nights (the same duration we stay the Eleon) at the Atlantis the Palm in Dubai – bizarrely in terms of overall cost, it ended up cheaper in Dubai AND there was no drama regarding sunbeds!!!! Anyway, we decided to return as a couple in September to see what improvements had been made to the hotel, and to work out whether it would be worth us returning as a family in 2016 as although Dubai was fantastic and we would return in a heartbeat, we still absolutely love Greece/Zante. The hotel of course is still lovely and subtle changes are being made e.g. tea/coffee in the room, a la carte dining, children’s meals - but the sun bed problem still does exist to a degree (especially those by the poolside) so forget it if you fancy a lay in! We’ve always said that if only the hotel would think about putting a swimming pool in around where the entertainment area is and generally make more use of this area, it would massively alleviate the problems the hotel clearly face regarding sunbeds by the pool. The Manager is always a presence in the Hotel and seems to sort problems straight away and seems genuinely interested in people’s views of the hotel and making improvements to the way the hotel is run. He clearly is an asset to the hotel. All the hotel staff are all extremely hard working and compared to the hospitality students the old management hired each summer, they were helpful and well experienced in what they were doing, although sometimes you did have to wait a little longer than is reasonable to be served drinks in the restaurant. Thankfully the same chef is still employed by the hotel as this was always one of the reasons why we kept on coming back. The food is still lovely although not as much in abundance as in previous years – the deserts in particular seemed to have been very much reduced in terms or variety. The entertainment team, seemed OK (although on two occasions I said good morning to them and was completely ignored!) but overall not a lot different from the previous years’ ‘Jango entertainment team’ in terms of the effort they put in. The music by the pool can get a little annoying – not really very relaxing. We’re also not sure if day time pop quizzes by the pool are the way to go – it’s a bit too in your face and doesn’t seem to create the atmosphere we think the hotel is trying to achieve, but then that’s just our opinion. Overall comparing the hotel to how it was previously run, it is doing OK, but just needs a few more tweaks. Having holidayed in Zante for many, many years, we would say, yes this is currently one of the better AI hotels on the island, but we do believe as more of the older style hotels are renovated or new contemporary accommodation is built, the hotel will need to think a bit more about its’ position in terms of cost and what it offers its’ customers. Now our children are getting older and their need for holiday clubs and entertainment is greatly reduced, we will probably start looking at Villa holidays, but as a couple will definitely consider staying here again in the future.More

therussellclan,

Vacations

I am not satisfied with staying at this hotel, the food of poor quality and very repetitive. The room was full of worms. Service could not communicate well in English which was a big problem. Cleanliness of the hotel at medium and very chaotic.More

Wojciech P, 274758

Family holiday

Can not fault this hotel in anyway. Breakfast, lunch and evening dinner was fantastic so much to choice from. Catered for everyone young and old. Pool area was clean and the pool bar was stocked with all local drinks The main hotel bar was clean and services was fantastic and didn't kick you out at 11pm Evening entrainment was very relaxing Junior suite was excellent (queens size bed) we were a family of 4. Plenty of room, cleaned everyday fresh towels everyday. The hotel was spotless at all times Bar, restaurant, cleaners, pool and reception staff were very friendly and couldn't do enough for you.More

Tinker-bell-frank,

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