Hotel Atlantica Club SunGarden Beach  

With its sea-view sunloungers and cache of sporting facilities, the Hotel Atlantica Club SunGarden Beach does relaxation and action in equal measure.

Stylish hotels that welcome children can be hard to come by, but the Hotel Atlantica Club SunGarden Beach bends the rules. It’s been designed so adults can relax while little ones get stuck into the fun.

There’s a variety of rooms at this hotel. You can upgrade to a garden junior suite with a kitchenette or a family suite with a separate sleeping area for children.

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Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 à la carte meal per stay.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Sandwiches until 23.45.

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2 infinity pools

Set along the coastline, these pools come with beautiful views over the Mediterranean Sea.

Triantafylla buffet restaurant

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sit either indoors or al fresco on the terrace with beautiful views of the sea. You'll be able to enjoy show cooking, a section for healthy eaters and one for children. Early meals can also be arranged. Tea, biscuits and coffee are available between 4pm and 5pm and sandwiches are available until 11.45pm. Themed evenings are held seven nights a week and there's a childrens' buffet with seating area. There is a dress code here, gentlemen are asked to wear short sleeved t-shirts as a minimum and long trousers.

Mesogios international and local cuisine restaurant

You'll get one free visit here per stay, and you'll need to reserve a table in advance. There's an evening dress code too, gentlemen are asked to wear short sleeved t-shirts as a minimum and long trousers.

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suite with sea view and balcony

These suites overlook the sea. They've got a double bedroom and 2 extra beds in lounge.

main building twin room with sea view and balcony

Twin rooms are light and modern - there's large double doors out on your balcony bringing in lots of natural light and you'll also have a sea view. You'll find your room is fully air-conditioned and there's free Wi-Fi available too. There's a fridge, satellite TV, plus facilities to make tea and coffee - plus a safety deposit box*. Just so you know - these rooms are in the main building.

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2 week stay

Hotel very good food very good staff excellent very clean. Views very good,short walk in to town recommend taxi back around 8 - 10 euros also get euros in uk as better rate.hotel manager wanders around hotel asking people if every thing ok .only downside to holiday and hotel was entertainment very poor as Thomson pulled out in April we were not informed of this it was so bad we ended up spending more time going outMore

Dinky266, 1931376

Not a Thompson 4 star Platinum

We visited this hotel in July as part of a larger group. We arrived after midnight due to flight issues and I must say the check-in process was superb. The Scottish chap (I didn't get his name sorry!) on reception was lovely, he told us not to worry about the forms etc due to our arrival time and to do them the next day. They had put sandwiches, water and beer in our fridge as the bar was closed, which was a great touch after travelling for hours we needed a little something to eat before bed. Our bags were taken to our room by a porter, again which was nice as due to the hotel being on a cliff top, the room numbers didn't coincide with the floor numbers so at 1am on our own we'd no doubt been lost! When we got to our room (in the bungalow section) I must say I was disappointed. The room whilst a reasonable size, I did not expect a kitchenette and free standing fridge freezer next to the bed. It was very much dated in facilities and decor. There was only 1 English speaking channel on the television - I know you don't go on holiday to watch the telly but something other than BBC World service to have on whilst you're getting ready on an evening would be nice. The bathroom was extremely small with only one window up near the ceiling so it unfortunately resembled a prison cell. In the morning (and every morning) we were rudely awoken by the cleaners, whose store cupboard was next to our room. They arrived at about 7am and were almost shouting to each other, dragging out cleaning carts on the stone floor and appeared to have no comprehension that there was a guest room next door. They were also trying to service the rooms at 8am. We opened our curtains and were faced with a beautiful view over the cliff top out to sea, which was stunning. We had a little patio area with a table and 2 chairs, sun loungers and parasol which was a nice touch. The room could have been cleaner, there were many cobwebs in the bathroom which weren't cleaned in the week we were there and I can only say the bedding was changed once. We spent most of our time during our stay in the "activity pool" which was a great size and had pool aerobics, volleyball net and pool bar. Sadly there were not enough loungers for the number of guests and despite the hotel saying lounger reserving was not allowed, by 8am there were no spots left and not many people on the loungers. I feel you shouldn't have to get up at the break of dawn to get a bed by the pool when you're on holiday, but this happens in every hotel everywhere, sadly. The pool towels are not changed daily, which is strange as it is normal practice for towels to be changed on demand. The quality of towels was adequate but not great. The beach was a fair walk, which is fine for the able bodied but would be inaccessible for disabled or the infirm. There were no beds on the beach that were not advertised as "for hire" which is a shame. The food was adequate at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Tends to be catering for the Eastern European market, fine in principle but there needs to be variety. There wasn't much rotation and it got a bit "samey" during our week. Expected though in an AI hotel. The Al la Carte visit was the best meal we had, lovely menu and the food was very tasty. Service from the staff was second to none, the bar staff and waiters couldn't do enough for you which was great. The AI finishes at midnight and after that everything is chargeable. All in all an ok stay. Disappointed that Thompson has this advertised as a 4 star Platinum when it is clearly a 3 star at best so I did feel disappointed, but that's Thompson for you. If they updated the rooms, got on top of the cleanliness and updated some of the old fashioned ways such as the pool towel situation etc this hotel would be good. Until that happens, it will remain as middle of the road. Would I go back? No, for what the holiday cost, there are far better hotels in the area. More


2 week stay

Nice hotel and very friendly staff. Not so good cleaning of the room, but the room was Ok, and the view was very nice. The meals was great, but you should order several drinko for the dinner, because it took very long time from ordering until the drinks came. We was almost finished eating 😟 I don't like swimming in pool, and the hotel did not have sunbeds on the beach, so we had to rent it every day. The beach was very nice wish lovely clear water. Much better than Nissi beach that we visited only one day.More

Mona T,


Visted the Sungarden 5 years ago and had a family holiday of a lifetime everything was perfect, 18 months ago we started planning our wedding and there was only ever one place we would do it and we chose Sungarden for our special day, 31 of us all ages (3 to 69) travelled on our recommendation and we are very disappointed on the recent changes made by Thomson, firstly the plusses, our wedding, food, drinks, staff, quality, location still second to none which made us very happy, the big negative, the entertainment which was nothing short of shocking! Non existent for children or adults, the outdoor auditorium stands there being unused with the hotel choosing to use the indoor room to show their entertainment, we spent 5 minutes listening to some bloke playing his electric organ 70s style and left, no kids club, no reps around pool, no quiz's, limited pool games, no tribute singers/bands all of what we had on our last visit, we received email off Thomson 3 months before departure stating our booking was being upgraded from "family" holiday to "platinum" but the whole experience left us feeling like we had been downgraded, if you have children then i would not bother, i feel this hotel is heading towards being a adult only hotel, would i visit a third time? I'm afraid its a no, thank you for our wedding day though you done us proud. More


Loved it

Booked a last minute break in April this year. Hotel room was a little dated but fabulous huge balcony with a fantastic sea view. Gardens are beautiful. Pools lovely, very quiet and cold at this time of year. Football area, gym and table tennis kept my children happy. Food was good if a little repetitive. Minutes away from a gorgeous beach. Supermarket on site. Friendly staff. Singer in bar in the evenings but not much in the way of entertainment, maybe different in high season. Beach towels and bottled water available. Weather was fabulous and we had a great time. More

Deb J,

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