The main talking point at the Blue Lagoon Resort is the pool scene. There's a huge swimming pool here, which comes complete with whirlpool baths and water jets. Better still, you'll find a mini waterpark, featuring a water-spraying pirate ship and winding tubes. If you fancy a change of scene, there’s a sandy beach just a couple of minutes’ walk through the complex.
There’s plenty to do here. Active types can make use of the mini-football pitch, while the spa is the place for serious unwinding. As well as a range of beauty treatments, there are two saunas, a steam bath, and a heated indoor pool with whirlpool baths on offer.
Food-wise, the buffet restaurant lays on a mix of local dishes and round-the-world favourites. You’ve also got a Greek restaurant, a barbecue joint and an Italian à la carte to choose from. The latter is adults-only, although twice a week it opens its doors to families.
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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.
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This freeform, lagoon-style pool has a sun terrace and a Jacuzzi® with waterjets. Pool towels and sunbeds are provided.
First Choice kids' club
Suitable for kids aged 3 to 12, there's plenty to keep them occupied.
This is where you'll find evening entertainment suitable for all ages.
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Twin room in annexe sleeps up to 3, with a double or twin beds and an extra bed, mini-fridge, bathrobes, slippers and TV with music channel. Internet access and safety deposit box available at a charge. Cots are available on request.
twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 adults with a double or twin beds and an extra bed, mini-fridge, bathrobes, slippers, TV with music channel and internet access available at a charge. Cots are available on request.
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We returned at the same time as 2012, 2 weeks from 25 Sept. At face value the complex was the same but the quality of the food had deteriorated somewhat. It is questionable whether it was the food or the general air quality which promoted my wife's severe attack of the hated "Novo" virus. Hotel personnel stated it was in the air/atmosphere! My wife was extremely angry that no housekeeping staff were available overnight to help to clean up the "results" of this "virus".Myself I had an attack a few days later. Several others had also been subject to attacks from this "virus". I believe other attacks have been documented on this site and because of the nature of these attacks we "wonder" if in fact it is a problem with food! Finally, to compound my enjoyment of this holiday, the cabin manager poured hot tea/coffee over me whilst I was trying to sleep on the aeroplane coming home - I was driving home thus sleep was a priority!More
Stayed here end of june into july as a couple. Had very nice time the food was good even for fussy me although all the cakes tasted the same to me Andy in the main restaurant was great. We hired bikes and went to TIGAKI nice place and went into town a couple of times as well.All in all good holiday nice to see the children enjoying themselves it was perfect for them but would not return .been there done that .More
valerie6137, Birkenhead, United Kingdom
This hotel is without a doubt “Chav Republic”, aimed at the lower end of the market and attracting families with noisy, badly behaved children. That aside, the food was of a good standard, the staff were courteous and efficient and the rooms were clean, but I cannot recommend what is essentially Butlins abroad!More
miles_cheshire112, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Great for some sun in September
Stayed here in September/October 2012, great hotel, lots of options for food, including an outdoor restaurant, main restaurant, Greek and Italian (where you pay for drinks). Tea and coffee making facilities and air con help to make this a brilliant resort for couples and families alike. The animation tent always has something in the evening to offer (apart from their days off) but it can get chilly in October evenings, take a light jacket! There was a welcome drink on arrival and everything was explained well, including facilities such as a mini-market on site which was handy. Beach was nearby, bit shingly and windy on the day we visited but other than that it would have been lovely if the wind had subsided. I think it was abut 4 euros for the day and there were AI drinks available there too. Drinks were nice, quite strong cocktails, beer and wine as good as expected on AI. The pool is lovely and huge, always plenty of loungers at the time we went. It's a great example of AI in Greece, highly recommended.More
SparklySJ, Gillingham, Kent
Hotel looks lovely at reception, but went to our room on a buggy train. Room bland and cold....tiled floors and no mats or slippers. Cold at night. Not enough bedding. First impression of rooms were on a par with a three floor council apartment.. Safe, internet and TV were extra....didn't want anything else. The insect screens were damaged, and some of our party had mosquitos in their rooms. Food was so greasy it was sickly....not much choice of plainer food.....had bread and jam at breakfast.....plus my own cerial as there was little choice. Of our party of 10 people seven had tummy bugs. Cleaners pleasant but spoke no English, and the floors were not washed . Our flight was 2 am on Sunday Oct 27th, and in spite of my having a tummy bug and vomiting 11 times before noon on the 26th, we had to pay 55 euros so I could stay in my room until 6 pm. I'm disabled, 76, and had a high temperature. Due to my still vomiting, we were given one hour more, until 7 pm. I then sat in reception until the 11 pm pick up, feeling ill and cold. When I started retching in the reception, the manager said I could go back to our room, but it was so far away, I did not have the energy. The hotel is sadly lacking in customer service. The location is nice and walkable to Kos town, and the beach is only across a quiet road. I would say that the hotel is TOP SHOW ONLY. Too many restrictions on eating, and food re served and cold, and kept under warm lights. I would go to Kos again, but NOT the BLUE LAGOON.More
Wendy W, Bristol, United Kingdom
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