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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This pool comes with sea views. In the evening, the water turns pink thanks to special lighting embedded in the pool's wall.
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 Drinks are part of your All Inclusive package until 11pm.
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double room with sea view and balcony or terrace
These airy double rooms are designed with a contemporary feel and colourful furnishings. There’s a king-size bed and 1 sofa bed. Outside you’ll find a balcony overlooking the sea. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
suite with sea view, balcony and whirlpool bath
These suites overlook the sea, they come with a sitting area with 2 sofa-beds and a balcony. You'll also have bathroom with a whirlpool, mini-fridge and a LCD TV.
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Good hotel but should really inform travel agents when hotel closes
We stayed here for the first 2 weeks of October, departed on the 17th, however the hotel officially closed on the 16th! We were informed not to worry as they would look after us and give us a farewell party (only 10 of us left on the 16th) we got our breakfast as usual in the morning, the restaurant closed immediately after this was served, we were given an lunch menu to order from which we did, however when this arrived it was stone cold, I asked for juice for my daughter several hours later to be told the machines were now all off and only water available. Bearing in mind we weren't getting picked up until 3am the next morning (they didn't charge us for keeping the room, just as well as wouldn't have been happy as we had paid for 14 nights and technically only got 13), we ordered takeaway for dinner and had to pay for this but at least it was fresh and hot! No idea why they said we would get a farewell party as obviously didn't have any intention of throwing one. Also on our last few days, the majority of items especially the pool area were being dismantled not what you want before you go home, fair enough if the hotel is closing but why let a travel agent book the dates when the hotel is due to close? Apart from this our first week was very good, food was lovely, entertainment staff were very good fun, however they have limited resources, saying they went out of their way to come over and sit with our daughter and play with her even on their time off. Thank you Mark, Natalie, Ashleigh and Megan you will be a big loss to the hotel. The evening entertainment is fine for a few nights but for 2 weeks of piano and trumpet playing it was very boring and finished 11pm most nights. Not sure if this is like this all the time but certainly wouldn't return in October. Like I said the food was very good but after 1 week it became very repetitive, so we chose to go into Tsivili which had various good eating places. Maria in the spa is fantastic and a credit to this hotel, had 2 treatments with her, she really is good at what she does. Think this type of hotel is more aimed at couples and not families.More
Not as expected!
Despite booking a junior suite at additional cost, all four of essentially slept in one room for a week...less than ideal with a 12 year old having to sleep on a small sofa (not a sofa bed) and a 17 year old squeezed hanging off a camp bed all week. Not much sleep was had and we felt we had been misled around the type of room we had booked - it's certainly wasn't a junior suite by any standards. We also paid a premium for a sea view suite, but got a pool side room instead; this meant we were overlooked throughout the day by pool goers and had to endure the dire pool side music at volume. We had a real issue with ants on the room and foul water flooded the bathroom once after having a bath; s plug socket was also hanging from the wall and the safe would lock but not unlock...meaning your valuables were locked inside. The food was very repetitive and la led imagination; dome of it was inedible and of poor quality. All wine was at room temperature and again the cocktails were very poor quality and poorly mixed. The entertainment was hilarious - if you're a fan of David Brent you'll love it, otherwise I'd avoid at all cost!! On the plus side, the water slides and pools provided hours of entertainment and enjoyable family time and the pool and dining room staff were very friendly and helpful. All in all, this was a very expensive and disappointing family holiday which I would not recommend.More
We stayed in this hotel at the end of September beginning of October in a luxury suite with it's own pool. These rooms are a few minutes walk from the main hotel and all of the facilities. This meant that it was very quiet during the day, but, with the entertainment area right in front tended to be noisier in the evening. However, when we were there it was only every other night and finished at 10:30. We tended to use the pool in the late afternoon as there was no bar open near the rooms. We found no fault with the hotel at all; the staff were absolutely first class with nothing too much trouble. The food was varied and of a good quality with themed nights. We did not use the a la carte restaurant as this was in the open air in the olive grove, but it looked good. The all inclusive drinks were good, but, some cocktails had to be paid for in full and not just the adjustment in price from the free ones?? In summary a few little niggles, but, would we stay there again? The answer is a very definite yes. More
Chris J, 503918
Room very nice garden view terrace.kept very clean.first night storm on island sewerage smell woke us up about2.30 in morning .choking.alas .if this had continued would have asked to be moved .but ok. All Inc . as usual so ......red wine disgusting.rose wine disgusting.white ok.alas if you pay for alinc you expect edible and drinkable.we dined in nearby tsivili had house wine and was very good.shocked on first day going to restaurant.on entrance to go in no hand sanitiser .asked staff why there aren't any they said you may use rest room .which I had .i said what about other guests.they responded with nonchalance.we thought this is standard in 3star let alone 4plus.especially as just witnessed male in his twenties with his fingers scratching his backside.you share all serving aids with people .disgusting....I by the way used napkins on everything.....management note to self." install hand sanitiser outside all restaurant s" although tables kept clean .always missed cleaning on salt and pepper condiments.very dirty on stainless steel.this is one of the worst cross contamination cases as nearly every one touches them.very basic basic rules of hygiene....I treated myself to a massage .cannot praise highly enough the spa experience is second to none.maria is one of the warmest people ever to meet .very professional and caring I will always remember herxxxxxxall in all relaxing holiday.needs a few tweaks to up standards especially as new hotel next door will be giving them a run for their money. Elderly lady in lounge area sat watching .a bit intimidating.music around bar terrible same tape for 5 days.we Brits have moved on since the eighties it did our heads in as all guests complaining.as I said little tweaks.lovely setting.more toilets needed around pool area....staff really good especially front reception.the young lady at restaurant the maÃ®tre de was lovely.all waiting staff very very nice.outside swimming pool freezing.More
What's not to like.
We got an incredible all inclusive deal and we were very impressed considering how little we paid for a package holiday. The staff were brilliant, in particular the restaurant and bar staff. Good selection of hot and cold food at mealtimes although fairly similar each day. Right on the sea front with two pools. Lots of space to spread out. The water slides were a lot of fun. Car hire is available from reception. Alongside the spa there's a more than adequate gym for working off those afternoon beers. There are rooms outside and in the main complex, we were kindly upgraded to a superior room and received a complimentary fruit platter and wine to celebrate our anniversary. Zakynthos is a small island and this hotel was a real treat on lazy days and a good Base for exploring.More
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