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.
Facilities ► View all
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
swim-up suite with terrace
These swim-up suites come with a double bedroom, lounge and direct access to the pool.
twin room with balcony or terrace
These twin rooms can sleep up to 3 people with an extra bed in the bedroom. Fresh and stylish - your room will also provide access to Wi-Fi and a balcony or terrace for some outside space.
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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
Expensive holiday but very dissapointing.
Booked sea view room on first floor. Asked porter if there had been a mistake...he told us you can see the sea between the buildings! So technically was a sea view room. Went immediately to Reception to complain and without question they said they would move us up to 2nd floor but we had to wait for room to become ready. After a couple of hours we went to the new room but as the sea was so far away moving skywards a few feet made no difference. Then we noticed there was no privacy screen on balcony to separate next door's balcony....no thank you; we appreciate a bit of privacy whilst sitting out! Reported this to Rep who agreed with us and who took some photos in relation to sea view and lack of privacy screen. Asked reception if we could have first room allocated to us....sorry but that room has now been reallocated! No-one could then help us until Reception Manager came on duty at 9pm. This was getting to be a long stressful day! Decided to go and eat evening meal but I was refused admission as I was wearing shorts. Quite right....I agree with a dress code but bear in mind we had not yet had chance to unpack our suitcases as we had no room yet. The friendly restaurant manager then escorted us to a Bar-B-Que restaurant in the grounds where there was no dress code. We were sat at a table where we were covered in the grill smoke causing our eyes to smart and not being able to stay long to enjoy the meal unfortunately. At 9pm we met the Reception Manager who was a lovely helpful guy and very accommodating (if you will excuse the pun!). He showed us to a 2nd floor room at the end of the block. It was a pleasant pool view room with a private balcony....sea still a long way off. We decided to take the room and enjoyed our stay there. What I wish to tell prospective customers is not to waste money on a so called 'sea view room'. I have been trying to get a refund from Thomson re the lack of a proper sea view. The reply to my first letter was 'glad you enjoyed your holiday', I didn't say that! There was absolutely no mention of the so called sea view room!!!! I wrote a second letter and I have requested Thomson to fully explain in their brochures that the rooms do not have a full sea view so as not to mislead customers as I was mislead. I was referred to the small print! No refund!!!! Overall the hotel staff were super and hard working. We formed good relationship with bar staff and had fun with them. Unfortunately the hotel itself is not a top notch one as listed. This has already been mentioned before....if you use the shower over the bath then the whole bathroom floor becomes flooded.The restaurant furniture is plywood and looks utilitarian. Breakfast in the main restaurant was acceptable but evening meals very poor with warm rather than hot foods and tough and sometimes undercooked meats. We booked a special meal in the restaurant down by the beach but the food was served on cold plates and we had to leave it. The next day we found a bottle of wine in our room as an apology. That was a nice gesture in an all inclusive hotel! Other persons have mentioned the hotel having been built in the middle of a swamp. I will confirm this and have photos of the flooded areas adjacent to the hotel. The mosquitoes? Yes plenty of them and my wife and I were both bitten....me worse! After it rains you can see the staff on the patios placing out some sort of burning candles which are meant to deter those little creatures! I consider myself a well seasoned traveller and over the past 20 years of foreign travel, if I have booked a sea view room, then that is what I have been given. I could go on and on as this was one of our worst holidays ever and I feel bitter at having been 'betrayed' by Thomson and there being no compensation for the disappointment that my wife and I endured.More
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 and relaxing
Came for a lovely break.. We loved our room , we felt safe , until we saw someone turn the lights on and close the curtain in our room, while we sat having coffee after our evening meal at the outside lounge area, All waiting staff are amazing , The food was cool and I only ate what was safe to eat , Amazing cakes made up for it, The beach service was perfect, More
Good resort, poor food and poor location
Family holiday with our 15 month old in September, the complex was huge and had good facilities with a good splash pool, play area and a spacious, clean room. The biggest negative for us was the food. The buffet food wasn't pleasant. The Grill restaurant was nice, but that's because you cook your own food, but you can only eat there once within the week. There was also a ridiculous number of flies, wish we could have sat inside, but that wasn't an option apparently and might have been a result of the season. Another downside is that the beach wasn't the best and the moment you step off the resort, perhaps for a walk along the coast, there is nothing but deserted waste land.More
Parbeen T, 186338
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