The Atlantica Grand Mediterraneo Resort & Spa spreads out for acres over a forest-cloaked clifftop. The property overlooks a beach, and you can jump on the funicular railway when you want to reach the shore.
The swimming pool really looks the part. An infinity number, it comes complete with its own boardwalk and great views. Inside, rooms are dressed in designer neutrals, and have mod-cons like flat screen TVs and air-conditioning. If you want to splash out, upgrade to a room with a private pool – some even have little gardens.
The hotel's dining scene also deserves a mention. The main buffet restaurant features favourites from all over the world, while the cliffside à la carte serves up gourmet cuisine complete with panoramic views of the Med. There’s also a beachfront à la carte here.
Based on 597 reviews
- Official Rating
Stylish 4T and 5T hotels
- 90% customer scores
- Platinum Villas available
- Platinum Cruises available
- 20kg luggage allowance
- 4T and 5T hotels
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast 07.00-10.30, lunch 13.00-14.00 and dinner 19.00-21.30, with 1 dinner in the beach à la carte restaurant. Picnic baskets for days out. Unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00 and hot drinks. Tea and coffee 16.30-17.30 Hot and cold snacks 10.00-18.00, midnight snacks 23.00-24.00, unlimited ice-cream by the cone 10.00-18.00, biscuits 16.30-17.30.
Buffet breakfast 07.00-10.30, lunch 13.00-14.00 and dinner 19.00-21.30.
Buffet breakfast 07.00-10.30 and dinner 19.00-21.30.
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Designed to relax your muscles and rejuvinate your spirit, the spa has 8 treatment rooms.
A spacious and luxurious infinity pool complete with great views and a boardwalk. The surrounding sun terrace is dotted with sunbeds and parasols if you'd rather lie back and soak up the sun.
Thalatta beach bar
Right on the picturesque Ermones Beach, famous for it's diving spots. Snacks are on offer between midday and 5pm.
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double room with mountain view
Double room with mountain view sleeps up to 3, with a double or twin beds, and a sofa-bed. Room has a LCD satellite TV, minibar on request, sofa or armchair, marble bathroom and is located away from the main building.
double room with sea view
Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3, with a double or twin beds and a sofa-bed. Room has a LCD satellite TV, minibar on request, sofa or armchair, marble bathroom and is located away from the main building.
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We stayed in a Private Pool Room.. The best view ever.. Sunsets lovely..(only small niggle the fridge was not refilled with soft drinks or beer( just water) which would have been perfect seeing as we were a long way from the Hotel).. All the staff we came in contact with were great,especially the guys who gave us lifts. Special mention to the beach bar we usually ended our day with a swim and few drinks and he was very attentive and a good laugh.The bar waitresses very attentive and remembered your drinks..The Resturant staff were great..The food was lovely as well ..OMG the cakes were the best ... We hired a car because it,s very quiet and we saw some lovely places . We would love to go back again ..More
jewel61, Felixstowe, United Kingdom
Thomson - Italian Flavours cruise and hotel package
Very quiet, largely because it was end of season. This large complex on the side of a steep hill afforded a beautiful location with stunning views. The accommodation was as described in the brochure and the hotel staff could not be more helpful. The Thompson’s Rep was always available and very helpful, especially arranging a surprise package for our wedding anniversary. The funicular lift was inoperable, but the hotel organised a very efficient taxi service between rooms and reception to overcome this difficulty. The Cruise ship was almost full with ca 1500 ‘guests’ on board. Overall, the only way to describe this cruise was “EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTING” and can be best summarised by these bullet points: • On arrival on board at lunchtime, having been given boarding cards cum on-board credit card, we were told that the card was not active until 5pm. The cruise ship is cashless, so one has to wait 5 hours before the card is valid! • The information in the cabin was sparse and much of the cruise information did not arrive until the delivery of ‘Cruise News’ in the evening. Cruise News did NOT give any weather information for the following day. • The mandatory ships muster was organised for 19:45 on the first evening in the middle of most people dining – hence it was chaotic. • Dining in the two waiter service restaurants was chaotic and not pleasant. All but three tables were for 6, 8 or 10 people, so it was not possible to have any intimate dining, unless you spent a premium to dine in the 36 cover Bistro restaurant. • Dining in the waiter service restaurants, Seven Seas and Four Seasons, was controlled by Maitre D ‘s who had clearly learnt their trade at the Basil Fawlty School of Hospitality. We were treated as cattle, directed to specific seats on large tables, with no choice allowed. The waiter staff were clearly under a lot of pressure to process diners quickly, and service was peremptory at best. • The Self-Service buffet restaurant was not much better. There were insufficient dining tables in the allocated area, so people took their food to either the tables at the side of the swimming pool, or downstairs to the Observatory Bar. Those next to the pool, inevitably were inconvenienced by kids doing what kids will do with water. • Sunbeds were often ‘reserved’ for long unoccupied periods; we were told that this situation would be avoided by adequate policing – it never happened and on two occasions my wife had to make do with sitting on a chair in a corner whilst at least 20 'towelled' beds, but unoccupied for over 2+ hours, were close by. • The Library was only open two hours per day – and during time when day trips ashore were arranged. Why - for the convenience of staff or passengers? There were some good aspects – Excellent cabin/ housekeeping staff, Good entertainment on board, amusing bar staff, Excellent trips ashore at ports of call. OVERALL THIS WAS A FAILURE OF MANAGEMENT – The white suited managerial ranks were invisible for most of the week, they finally appeared on the last day, too late to do anything. Two sittings should have been organised for dinner in the Seven Seas and Four Seasons restaurants. Clearly there were not enough dining places for one sitting or continuous service for all the guests on board. THIS WAS A MANAGEMENT FAILURE. We had been eagerly anticipating this cruise as we had very happy memories of previous cruises with Thomson, but this was a huge disappointment. My wife's view is that had this been our first cruise with Thomsons it would certainly have been our last.More
R S, Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom
A party of five of us stayed here from 9th October for one week. We could not fault the Hotel and Staff in any way. The food was excellent - we usually hate buffet meals, but I can honestly say the meals were outstanding. The staff were so attentive that as soon as they saw us enter the dining room or bar they were there taking our orders. If we wanted any advice or information the reception dealt with it immediately. There was a problem with the lift whilst we were there due to storm, but when you called up to reception for a car they were with you in minutes. I do not recommend this hotel for anyone who has mobility problems due to the amount of steps, also it is a bit remote but if you want to totally chill out this is the place for you. Lastly, thank you for a great week of being pampered, superb entertainment & friendliness the Manager should be proud of all his staff, especially Aris, Andreea and Maria in the dining room.More
Let down by little aspects
This hotel has potential but was let down by certain aspects. It is on a very steep slope so if you have mobility issues beware. They do provide a pick up service by car but the times we asked for this, it never came. The restaurant staff and food were excellent and they couldn't do enough to make sure you enjoyed your meal. Pavlos was superb and was worth his weight in gold. However the bar staff were awful as they were simply rude, especially if you were all-inclusive. Waitresses were good. The pool is pleasant but far too small for the number of people passing through. It felt very crowded. There is a beautiful view across the bay. Beach was ok but nothing special. The room was comfy and the air con worked well. The shower leaked all over the floor which was a problem. Complained a few times but not much interest from the reception staff so gave up. People ate in their rooms then left stuff outside. These plates were left for ages and attracted insects. I was there a week and some plates were never collected. This was strange as the rest of the site was spotless. Gym was small but had enough for all who wanted it. It wants to be 5star but has a way to go yet.More
CB1315, London, United Kingdom
Sewerage smell in the bathroom
We returned to the hotel after having a very pleasant stay two years ago. Oh what a shock !!! Quality of food very poor, attitude of bar staff was extremely rude and arrogant, waitress service we had no problem with. The indoor swimming pool was disgustingly dirty a potential health hazard, with algae all around the swimming pool grill and the grouting around the tiles was also green/black with algae, there was a poster up in the hotel advertising the NEW SPA, strange as it was also new two years ago with a similar promotional poster as I recall. The biggest problem however was the bathroom it had a constant smell of sewerage coming up from the grills in the floor and sink, and when you switch the bathroom light on, the connected extractor fan would draw the smell in even more, we weren't the only people experiencing the problem we found after talking with other residents, we did complain but nothing was done to help and we were told that 'they do have a problem with the drains'. We would not recommend anybody to stay here. It was the worst holiday we have ever had. Definitely not 5 star or anywhere near in our opinion.More
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