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This impressive and newly renovated hotel forms part of the Sani hotel complex and offers beautiful views of the sea and Mount Olympus. It is an ideal choice for those looking for peaceful surroundings with excellent onsite facilities including a range of dining, sports and entertainment.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 30m from the beach
Distance from Airport
The hotel is located 80km from Thessaloniki airport
The contemporary and well-equipped guestrooms feature a bathroom with shower and hair dryer, air-conditioning, heating, telephone, satellite TV, safe, mini-bar/fridge and furnished balcony with garden or sea view. Cots are available on request.
Food & Drink
Poseidon buffet restaurant serving international and Mediterranean cuisine plus themed evenings including Italian, Asian and Greek nights and Gala nights (with live music), Dolphin Pool restaurant serving traditional Greek and international cuisine and children's menu, lobby bar, pool snack bar, 2 beach bars.
Sports & Entertainment
Extensive lagoon-style swimming pool, children's pool, sun terraces, pool and beach loungers and parasols, water-polo, hiking, billiards, 6 tennis courts, tennis lessons, mountain bike centre, watersports centre including catamaran, wind-surfing, water-skiing, banana boat, canoeing, pedaloes and ringos, dive centre, fitness studio, exercise classes, dance classes, extensive spa centre, indoor pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, beauty salon, hairdressers, nail bar.
The key to an excellent family holiday is ensuring the kids are happy. At the Sani Resort there are special organised activities for all age groups allowing mum and dad to have some quality time to themselves with the confidence that the kids are being looked after by UK childcare specialists Worldwide Kids Company who work to Ofsted standards policies and procedures.
We have just returned from 10 days at The Sani Beach Hotel. Whilst our review can only mirror the vast majority of others we are compelled to write one! It is the least we can do after enjoying the...
We have just returned from 10 days at The Sani Beach Hotel. Whilst our review can only mirror the vast majority of others we are compelled to write one! It is the least we can do after enjoying the most relaxing 5 star holiday we have taken for many years. Given the economic issues that Greece is facing be assured there is certainly no evidence of this at Sani Beach. No corners are cut and all services are second to none. All staff are exceptionally well trained and exude a genuinely caring and friendly aura. It may seem unfair to hand pick a few but Giotta, Evi and Dimitri in the Poseidon together with Natasia, Viv, Georgio and Panos who work tirelessly by the pool to ensure everyone is well looked after were among the many who made our holiday memorable. It is unusual for us to return to a holiday destination twice. However, the day before we left, Dirk showed us round various room options for next time as we will definitely return.
For the second year in a row we spent a great summer vacation with 2 teens in the Sani beach hotel. Beautiful setting, excellent service and a great environment for parents and teens. A special...
For the second year in a row we spent a great summer vacation with 2 teens in the Sani beach hotel. Beautiful setting, excellent service and a great environment for parents and teens. A special thanks for their outstanding service to Georgia, Vivi and their colleagues at the Infinity Pool. Respect for their hard work. Effie, the outstanding Guest Relations Manager who knows how to treat the guests well and Roman at Amos restaurant, for being such a great host. We'll be back!
Ok, so visit number 12 to Sani Beach Hotel, the rooms have been refurbished again! The addition of a nespresso coffee pod machine is a nice touch as I have one at home. Pretty much all of my...
Ok, so visit number 12 to Sani Beach Hotel, the rooms have been refurbished again! The addition of a nespresso coffee pod machine is a nice touch as I have one at home. Pretty much all of my previous reviews have said what you need to know about Sani and its surroundings so just a brief update for 2015. Greece's troubles are well documented but it doesn't stop ANY of the staff going out of their way to ensure you want for nothing, once again, outstanding. The place is immaculate and everyone from the front desk to the pool guy is genuinely pleasant and wishes you a nice day. Now you may be mistaken for thinking the weak euro means a cheap holiday, I was but I got a real shock when I noticed prices had been hiked up by 25% in the hotel, something of a disappointment as it's not cheap to stay here in the first place and when you are paying the thick end of £5 for a 500ml beer it gets pricy. Wine too is overpriced, an €11 bottle in the supermarket will cost you €25-31 in any of the hotels. That said it may not be the hotels fault, given the increase in taxes etc imposed on business by the government. Be careful with the dine around, if you wander off the set dinner you could be adding anything from €50-100 for a family of three with wine, for the privilege and based on my experience over thirteen visits, the food in the Veranda and Poseidon is equally high quality if not better in some cases. So if I winge about prices why do I keep coming back? the people, the place, the atmosphere the service is unquestionably in every respect worthy of 5*'s and I guess when you consider all that costs a price what is there to winge about, but forewarned is for armed. The sea is very safe bathing, there are plenty of sun beds, though if you want a specific spot make sure you get down by 730 and stay there until after 9am, otherwise the ever helpful beach buddies will find you some beds and even fetch you some towels. There will come a time when we cannot afford to come to Sani, it will be with a heavy heart that we holiday elsewhere but until that time comes I plan to bring my family here for as long as I can, bugger the expense!
We're not the sort of family to become attached to places. In fact, I can count on one hand the places we go back to (and you'll be able to spot them from my other reviews!). I think we've now...
We're not the sort of family to become attached to places. In fact, I can count on one hand the places we go back to (and you'll be able to spot them from my other reviews!). I think we've now found another place where we'd happily return. Let's start with service. This hotel exceeded all expectations. The team are efficient (while friendly) and cannot do enough to make sure everything is 'just so' - to the point where we were quite in awe of their approach to customer service. Effie and Tasos really went above and beyond to make sure that every aspect of our stay was pleasant. The restaurants were great - dine around is still out to the jury on value for money - we're trying to work out whether it is more cost effective to B&B and simply pay for meals as aside from the allowance, we mainly ate a la carte which was lovely. Sea You Up, Ergon Deli, Tomata were particular family favourites. Activities were great and plentiful. We really enjoyed exploring the resort and were very happy that the Sani Festival was on during our stay! Our room was a great facility, something lots of hotels could learn from when looking to cater for older families. A 2 bedroom suite which really met our needs and was also sensitively designed. There is little to complain about at this resort aside from "sunbedgate" but even the crazy 7am entry for a sunbed is quite humour filled. The pools are well managed and the team working the pool are great - they even offer health and wellbeing advice (which can be very funny to listen to when you fancy a cocktail.......) The kids are already asking to go back. All parents reading this review will know that this means we have stumbled upon a pretty special place!