Located about 7km from Kos town, the hotel is part of a larger complex that also includes a family complex and luxury hotel. The accommodation was standard and clean, although the rooms are a bit basic, for example only an old 14in portable TV. Overall the place is due for an update.
The pool is nice, and the beach is not far away, but you need to pay 3 euro per bed (beach only, the poolside ones are free), which is a bargain compared to what I’ve paid in other European countries. There are a few adds on you need to think about, such as renting a safety box as there are no safes in the room.
The bar stocks the usual all-inclusive drinks, but certain drinks are only available if you have the higher bracket all inclusion. The food is nice, and a decent, if repetitive, range is provided, but we tended to go into Kos Town for dinner.
The staff were generally very friendly, although one or two receptionist were not that helpful and at times had ‘I can’t be bothered attitude’, for example when checking out I asked if they could book a taxi to the port, I was told they can but it could come in 10 minutes or 1 hour so I might be better off taking the bus – as I couldn’t wait an hour I asked if they could call and check to which I got the same reply and a shoulder shrug, so decided to take the bus just to be safe.