Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 out of 5
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from Jersey, United Kingdom

Not overly impressed

Posted 26-Oct-2010
Personally I found the size of the complex too large and going mid October 2 of the 3 restaurants you could book to eat at were closed. The main dining hall was too much like a school canteen although the food was overall very good. Perhaps a little too far "out of the way" for alternative evening entertainment. The pool music and entertainment was far too loud, to be honest I thought I was at the Greek version of Butlins!
3 out of 5
by A verified traveller from London

Blue Lagoon

Posted 01-Nov-2009
Depends what you are looking for I guess. The hotel is clean and the staff are generally good but if you are expecting a true five star hotel, this isn't it. The rooms are very "institutional". Small hard beds, small bathroom, bad tv's. The food is pretty generic with the odd bright spot. No coffee in the restaurant after dinner? We are beach people and Kos might not be the place for you if you are as well. The beach closest to the hotel is pretty dismal. The best one I could find was behind the main tourist drag about a 15 minute bike ride away.
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller from washington

great hotel

Posted 21-Jun-2009 on Hotels.com
Loved this hotel. We travelled with a 2 year old child and his grandparents but there was a good mix of ages and nationalities. Food excellent and it was nice that there was 3 restaurants to choose from however the food was pretty much the same in each. During the day you can help yourself to drinks including red/white wine and lager which in 1 area is a help yourself tap. I was initally concerned about the quality of the local 'inclusive' drinks from past all inclusive experiences but the white and red wine was really nice. This is a large hotel complex but the staff at the hotel are really friendly, will stop and say hello and always seems to remember who you are. The 1 slight negative for us was, as we have a 2 year old child it would have been nice to have a play area for his age group, there is a small play area for older children and the hotel run kids club starts from 4 years plus.We were in the main complex which has a kids pool area but we would often go to the satalite buildings kids pool which was about a 5 minute walk away which I think is better for toddlers as it had a paddling pool which the main hotel does not. The satalite building also had a piano bar which made a nice relaxing evening. We would definately go back to this hotel in the future.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveller from Tucson, AZ

Really Nice Resort

Posted 29-Sep-2008
The hotel was both well maintened as well as comfortable. This is the first all inclusive resort that my husband and I have stayed at. The food and drinks were excellent. The pool was huge with plenty of lounge areas. The room was very comfortable with a great view of the ocean. However, the bathtub in the room was half the size of a normal bathtub. The location was a little odd. It says it is in a town, but with the exception of a Mini Market and a couple of other places it did not seem like a town. It is really close to Kos Town and is very easy to get around. There is even a place to rent recreational modes of transportation nearby that is really reasonable and speaks great English. The beach is a about 4 feet wide, but does have lounge chairs to use. Fortunately up the road a bit is a very sandy beach for those of us that prefer sand. There is only one place that rents jet skis and that is very nearby to the hotel. Overall the trip was fantastic.