Close to Kos Town, this hotel offers a great choice of pools, along with easy access to the beach.
The pools are what really sell this hotel. There are 4 main ones, each with its own draw – for example, one’s adults only, while another houses the splash park. Elsewhere, you’ve got 4 restaurants, including a Greek place.
Location-wise, the hotel is in a quiet spot just a couple of minutes’ walk from a sandy beach. And when you fancy exploring, it’s a few minutes’ drive to the island capital, Kos Town.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dinner in the Greek, Italian or barbecue restaurants. Wine in the Italian restaurant has an extra charge.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks until 24.00.
Snacks at set times.
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
Twin room in annexe sleeps up to three, with a double or twin beds and an extra bed, shower or bath, mini-fridge, bathrobes, slippers and TV with music channel. Safety deposit box available at a charge. Cots are available on request.
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Nice rooms, not 4+ star though. Cleaning went down hill after 1st week towels weren't always replenished. It's a huge complex too big for my taste I did not realise quite how big it was. A lot of large groups here, mostly wedding parties there were 3 to 4 weddings some days they seemed to take over the communal areas, pool and restaurants. The food got a bit boring after a week and was on rotation no made to order options at all. I would not go back. More
Stayed here October 2014, and I can honestly say that I was very impressed with my stay. We were welcomed at reception and then were taken to our room with a golf cart sort of thing. Our room was very clean, spacious and we had a beautiful view of the sea. The pool is amazing, huge, plenty of space to swim without accidentally hitting someone! There are plenty of entertainment for all ages with their own animation team, the only fault I have with those is when you just wanted to relax and sunbathe they would try their hardest to try and get you to play volleyball or whatever, but I guess it's their job. Down at the beach they have more sun beds, at an extra cost but they're cheap so I'm not complaining, there's also a place for snacks and drinks there too. The food was great, plenty of options, even for fussy eaters! The hotel is close to Kos Town, we hired bikes and cycled there a few times which was lovely and really easy! All the staff were very friendly and made us feel very welcome! I would most definitely visit again, great stay!More
Gwenan H, Porthmadog, United Kingdom
We stayed here in Oct 14. It was a last minute booking for x2wks. We loved the resort, the food was outstanding, probrably the best all inclusive we have been to. The resort is kept very clean and they staff are very nice. The room we stayed in was modern and catered for all you need. The only down side for us was the beach, we didnt rate it at all.
It is a bus ride away from Kos town, which is only a few euro's and would definately recommend a visit or two. You can hire push bikes and cycle into KOS which was popular. The harbour has very good boat trips, but you need to haggle a best price though, we looked on trip adviser at the reviews.
We also booked with the reps the day trip to Turkey from KOS town, which was value for money. It is great for shopper hollics like myself, fantastic bargains.
We are hoping to return this year but the first x2 wks as everywhere closes mid-end Oct, the resort after we left were transfering the remaining guests to their 5* resort, Blue Lagoon Village-this is in a very remote place but beautiful. We hired a buggy and visited it.More
ABamford, Cheshire, England
Huge resort that keeps you caged
sure, Blue Lagoon offers everything You could possibly want on a holiday. Except for authenticity. This kind of huge resorts are popular all over the world and it doesnt make any sense to me at all. Vast area, full of hotel buildings, couple of restaurants with nothing special to eat. Crowds of people on every step - doesnt really add up for a perfect holiday. The management tends to exploit the staff, mostly from south-east europe to their boiling points. ShameMore
JorgenJacobson, Poznan, Poland
Perfect place for family relaxation. The golf cart gentlemen were very determined to drive and drop you everywhere across the sprawling resort. The resort itself is very nicely done, well maintained and not over-crowded. Our room was on the satellite section of the resort which was detached from the main resort but only a couple of minutes walk to the main bit, and it had its own bar, restaurant and pools.
We loved all the pools. We enjoyed the food at all the restaurants, the buffet option being the best for trying a little bit of everything.
Bicycle hire is available next to the hotel. Beyond that is the water slides and lazy river that belong to the hotel. Oh and the pancakes/slush hut, which are included in the all inclusive deal. Perfect setting for relaxing with young children.
Buses run from just outside the hotel along the beach road into Kos town. Im not sure they run on time! If you want to go anywhere else on the island I think you have to go in to Kos town first to go back out again.
I'd highly recommend this hotel.More