Five pools, three restaurants and design-led interiors are all part of the package at this brand-new hotel.
This hotel opened its doors for the first time in May 2015. You’ll find it in Kalives, in between the Kassandra and Sithonia peninsulas. It’s set right next to a beach, which means you can easily swap the pool for the sea.
Because the hotel is brand new, you can expect contemporary good looks. The family-sized bedrooms are ultra-modern, with a colour palette of white and light green.
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TUI FAMILY LIFE
Family moments together
- BabyClub, Baby Lounge and Kids' clubs
- The Hangout for teens
- Spacious, family-sized rooms
- Activities and entertainment for all the family
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet meals for breakfast lunch, and dinner. One à la carte meal at the Green and Grills restaurant and the Greek taverna a week. Local alcoholic and soft drinks 9am until midnight. Snacks at set times.
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4 outdoor pools
A spacious sun terrace covered with sunbeds, parasols and there's a whirlpool with jets.
Evening entertainment programme
Early evening games and shows are dedicated to the little ones. Later on, professional acts take to the stage for all the family to enjoy.
For breakfast there's an American buffet with show cooking and the option to have a late continental breakfast. Just to let you know this place has a dress code, men are asked to wear full length trousers at dinner.
Rooms ► View all
2 bedroom family room with sea view and balcony
junior suite with private pool and terrace
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Beautiful room well maintained all staff very friendly went with the family the last week it was open in October and we enjoyed it that much me and my husband are coming back on the first of may for fourteen nightsMore
Negatives. The food choice and quality were not that of a four or five star hotel. Some of the staff were rude and one in particular was very aggressive in front of my children. The manager was informed. Positives. The hotel was clean, and the rooms were nice size.More
Expect nearly 4* and you won't be disappointed
My Wife and I spent a week here last September. After taking a hectic cruise earlier in the year we were looking for a cheap AI deal to just lie in the sun and relax. More often than not you get what you pay for. We paid Â£1,400 for 1 week at a 5* AI. I guess that says it all really. On booking we werenât expecting to be blown away so overall werenât too disappointed when it lived down to our expectations. Itâs still a mystery to us how this hotel came by its 5th star and how its average rating on TA is 4.5 out of 5. Just goes to show that review ratings are not necessarily reflective of reality and can be misleading and unreliable. Things to note: Arrival â We arrived on coach about 1pm. All the passengers on the bus were also for the hotel so check in was hectic. Not what you want when youâve been en-route since 4 am. Having checked in we were told our room wouldnât be ready for another hour. 5 hours later we were given our keys. We heard later that the hotel has a practice of maximising revenue by allowing rooms to be âkept onâ. Nothing wrong with that but the many hotels Iâve stayed at only allow late check outs if the room is available for the interim. A true 5* would never intentionally make its guests wait 5 hours for a room. And no, I donât want to rummage through my case to find beach wear and lotions and enjoy the 5 hour wait at the beach / pool; I donât expect to ârough itâ at a 5* hotel thank you. Rooms - There are a few sea view rooms of a sort but the sea is mostly distant or partially obstructed. We opted for an upper floor room with a view towards the main pool. It must have been a family room as it was divided in two with the first half fitted with bunk beds. Iâd have felt conned if Iâd paid extra for a sea view. The adult half of the room was lovely, modern and clean. So lots of ticks there. The mini bar is empty but can be used to for your own items. Beach â Canât knock it really. We enjoyed relaxing time there. I donât think thereâs a waiter service at the beach unless you pay extra for a cabana. The nearest hotel bar is back in the hotel grounds next to the âTavernaâ restaurant. Unusually for a 5* there are no mattresses on the sunbeds so they can become a bit uncomfortable if you slob out too long. Pools â Again pools and the areas around the pool are clean and well maintained. We had no problem getting sunbeds throughout the day. Again like the beach, no mattresses on the sunbeds. Bars â There are several bars; one in the main building reception area, one by the main pool and another down at the Taverna. The latter two bars close early evening. The AI beer is palatable if not a bit weak for my liking. My wife reckons the local gin is okay as was the Baileys equivalent but the Bacardi equivalent could pass as nail varnish remover. Branded drinks are at full price. We never waited too long to get served either at the bar or by waiting staff. Restaurants â The main buffet restaurant was a bit hectic and after initial sittings the tables became a bit messy with plates, etc not being removed. More to do with understaffing I reckon; the waiting staff were polite, friendly and hardworking. AI Wine was palatable and served by the glass. Some food was really good some not, but plenty of choice if like me you choose a meal rather than have a bit of everything on one plate every day. All in all not really a 5* dining experience. Strange âbaconâ in the mornings â bit like thin sliced spam? Thereâs no adult only section so whilst I commend the majority of parents who have well behaved children I cannot really understand the few who think itâs perfectly okay to let little ones climb on tables or do endless laps around tables on micro scooters in a restaurant. We tried the barbecue restaurant but it was not for us. I donât think the âcook it yourselfâ concept quite works; all a bit fiddly and potential for cross contamination using same tongues for raw and cooked chicken (which is uncovered by the way). Some other guests thought it was great mind, so personal preferences. We left half way through to go to the main restaurant for a better choice. We didnât try the taverna at night. We observed it was basically the same as at lunchtime, difference being the âGreek Tavernaâ ambience and dishes comming out plated via waiters instead of serving yourself. Thereâs not much outside the hotel to speak of apart from a bar up the road. We spoke with a couple who took a taxi to a restaurant suggested by reception but when they got there they took one look and left. The nearest town is Neu Moundania (excuse spelling) itâs a working town sadly feeling the effects of the Greek economy. Thereâs a restaurant there thatâs used by the a near by 5* as part of its AI Dine Out option so should be a really good standard. Thereâs a proper locals market on Wednesday morning. Didnât experience the entertainment at the front area of the hotel. Too busy eating and drinking. As I said at the beginning I wasnât expecting 5* here so wasnât too disappointed.More
Micklemouse D D,
Not much to do
Visited here in September with my partner. Beautiful clean and trendy hotel. Plenty of pools and definatley no worries of not getting a sun lounger in the morning. Only fall down is that there is not much to do as hotel is quite far out of it. So if your looking for a stay in hotel this is ideal. More
Florence T, 186388
Lovely Hotel, Limited activities and entertainment.
Champagne on arrival, and a golf buggy ride to our room. I loved the room, nice touches like heavy quality bath robes. Great showers and nice big bed. Outdoor pools were lovely but freezing cold. I thought the food and variety was very good indeed with three choices of restaurants (Two outdoor). Evening entertainment was very poor indeed, with the sames acts every single night. The Hotel is pretty much cut off from society, nowhere to wonder too at all, turn left at the beach and all you will find is what can only be described as a shanty town / gypsy caravan site. You will not feel safe walking by the beach after dark. There are not really any bars or tavernas in the area to walk to and nowhere to explore. The is only practical for the seeking a Hotel based vacation. Having said that, I enjoyed my stay thoroughly but being quite so isolated is not for me.More
Dizzy H, 187069
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