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


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


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.


Playing lively music with staff preparing freshly made cocktails.

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superior room with garden view

Superior room with garden view sleeps up to 3 with LCD satellite TV and mini-fridge.

deluxe double room with sea view

Deluxe double room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with LCD satellite TV and mini-fridge.

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Be ware of the poorly maintained pool

We have just returned from a 7 day holiday at the Eleon and won't be returning. On arrival we liked the view and the pools but as the holiday went on, I started counting the days to come back home. The rooms are modern and ok, the cleaners do a good job. The pools look lovely with great views but that's where it ends! On the second day of our holiday our 5 year old cut her foot in the missing tiles in the pool by the bar area. There are a lot of tiles missing and some very sharp edges. The hotel seems to be very aware of the problem but there was no acknowledgement that anything was being done about it. I am sure we weren't the first or the last so be careful. This sadly ruined our holiday - can you imagine how unhappy our daughter was! I am still addressing this with the holiday rep but by the time we left, she still hadn't managed to speak to the Manager to view the pool. The manager was always busy, funny that. The resort is no way 4 star quality; the restaurant and bar opening times are very restricted (2 hours only for both lunch and dinner and with several hundred rooms, you can imagine the chaos at the restaurant, we did not have any relaxing experiences at meal times), the quality of food was not great, everything came with sloppy sauce and there was no grilled fish, prawns etc in sight. If you are a veggie, go somewhere else! We dined at Tsivili a few times just to get a break. They really need another restaurant with full service, another bar (the pool bar closes at 5!), a beach bar that offers food etc. The bar staff weren't friendly either, the staff in general looked pretty miserable most of the time. There are 3 choices of wine in the all inclusive plan, red, white and rose. We stayed in a family suite, there is no bath, just one shower and the design didn't work well either. When the shower is on, the water flows mainly to the shower door and not to the person underneath. When showering our 2 year old, we seemed to flood the bathroom every time. The wardrobe door also almost fell off but it was fixed pretty quickly. The happy holiday vibe of the hotel didn't exist!More

Mrs Carr, Brighton, England

Excellent hotel with superb facilities, friendly helpful staff and fantastic food

Just returned from a weeks holiday with my partner and 8 year old son. Excellent hotel. The hotel was modern and very clean, rooms serviced daily to a high standard . The staff were great - friendly and helpful, nothing too much trouble. The restaurant was superb and standard of food was fantastic - excellent choice. Pool areas were impressive and we all loved the water slides. Would thoroughly recommend a stay at this Hotel, it exceeded our expectations . More


The Reluctant All Inclusive

Just returned from a week's break with husband to be and his daughter at the Eleon Palace in Zante. We'll start with the positives because we had a really lovely time and came back relaxed and refreshed, and overall we had a lovely break. We took a private taxi transfer from the airport which meant it took 20 minutes and that we were there by lunchtime. Would totally recommend this as those arriving by scheduled coach transfer arrived an hour later to miss out on lunch as it ends at 2pm. Hotel is secluded and ideal as not overlooked by other hotels and is right on the beach - a stone's throw from the pools and 4 waterslides which are actually situated on the hotel grounds. These provide great entertainment for the children (especially if you have only one) and provided endless hours of fun. Pools are clean and big and wonderful for kids. The rooms are equally as clean, and serviced every day. Beach and pool towels are also given to you, but again we had to ask for these twice. Just a note that if you are a party of 3, there is one bedroom which will be shared so there will be sun, sea and well, more sun ;) Beds are also not terribly comfy especially if you are staying for more than a week. Also note that if you are going as a party of 4 you will probably be in a room near the evening show (6 days a week) which is fine but noisy if you have little ones who need to sleep. These rooms are also at least a 5 minute walk from the main hotel amenities so if you are staying a the Eleon palace, request a room overlooking the pool for the best set up, The spa at the hotel is amazing. I had a wonderful 60 minute facial and 30 minute reflexology session on our last full day and would thoroughly recommend a visit. Spa staff are friendly and knowledgeable. Also, there is a doctor who works closely with the hotel who came to an accident my HTB's daughter was involved in. He was very helpful and knowledgeable and put our minds at rest after she had a nasty collision with another little girl and nearly knocked her teeth out. The staff waiting at the hotel restaurant are unfortunately not so helpful. They had to be asked most days to clear tables, set tables and even change cutlery. We were also used to asking for things more than a few times. Nothing comes here quickly or unless you ask for it - reluctant is the operative word. The food is ok, I mean it's fine for somewhere mass catering like this but we wouldn't give it more than a 'fine' and I think on that basis, a week here is enough. Not enough staff at the bar either (often just one all evening) so you can spend a long time queueing at the bar to get a drink. At other all inclusives we have been to, they seemed much happier and quicker to dispense drinks so this makes a big difference. olive groves on the grass provide some much needed shade from the August sun provided you can get a bed. afternoon tea is a selection of dry cakes at 4pm but you have to be quick if you are a grazer. Hotel entertainment (6 days out of 7 and includes a disney themed night) is a lot of fun for the kids but is endured by the adults... food and drink is all complementary but this doesn't include brand names of spirits and wine.the local gin is good as is the red wine, but the white is forgettable. Beware of the sunbed snatchers. guests here proudly admit to setting their alarms at 5.30am to put towels down on sunbeds, something we couldn't personally bring ourselves to do. This did mean that by 9am there were none left for people like us. Annoyingly, the manager told me there wasn't anything he could do about it even when i suggested they remove any towels put down before 8am. So yes, overall we'd recommend it. it's pretty good value for money :)More

DebsandTom, London

super holiday

We spended super holiday in this hotel. PLUS commend enough camp bed near sea, shadow in olive small grow. very delicious kitchen, nice rooms. MINUS - camp bed near swimmingpool were in 7hour AM alredy occupated by the bathtowels , noone there. Dress code wasn´t confirm, 80% guessts were from PolenMore

Martina S, Olomouc, Czech Republic

Loved every minute!!

We are a family of 4 , with 2 teenage boys 17 and 14 excellent break from it all , so close to the beach and swimmimg pools lovely, food outstanding , so clean - trip to Turtle Island was the best day as we Swam in the sea through caves in clear water. can't wait to go backMore

Jo T, London, United Kingdom

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