Great location, room and property were beautiful, private stretch of the beach with loads of loungers. Staff are very friendly and nothing is too much effort, housekeepers mop the floors of the rooms every day leaving them feeling fresh. Three restaurants, though the Italian and the BBQ are open alternating days and both ask for reservations. Suggest booking on your first day, though we snuck in as it wasn’t too busy. No exceptions to the all-inclusive apart from alcoholic drinks after 12am. Lovely food, primarily Greek with loads of feta, salad, tzatziki etc, and typically a few meat options, better suited for those who enjoy a buffet as there are no restaurants with table service (apart from for drinks). Dishes are quickly replenished when they run out and everything is fresh. Desserts to die for, loads of tiny individual cakes and baklava, even a chocolate fountain one night!
Across the road there’s an arcade of shops and supermarkets, and some bars and restaurants if you fancy a break from the resort or to buy some essentials or souvenirs. Some tourist spots nearby, activities etc., check the bumf they give you on arrival for more details. The spa is small but treatments are wonderful, free 15 min massage on arrival!
Only one pool and few loungers likely to be busy during peak, some rooms have small individual pools and loungers, suggest one of those if you want a guaranteed lounger and a dip. Not much in the way of lounger service but there’s always a bar nearby.