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.
10 reasons to go to this hotel resort 1) unbelievable service everywhere 2) great food. Los of choices 3) high quality rooms 4) safe sandy calm water shallow beach 5) fellow guests ( except...
10 reasons to go to this hotel resort 1) unbelievable service everywhere 2) great food. Los of choices 3) high quality rooms 4) safe sandy calm water shallow beach 5) fellow guests ( except the odd one 6) lots of kids ( yes it's a family resort) 7 ) lots of entertainment for kids 8) great climate ( nights are not too hot even in August ) 9) short flight from uk 3 hr. Transfer 1 hr 10) very clean. Lots of management presence Don't get me wrong it's not perfec but tell me where is. It's not cheap but then again you get what you pay for. If it's not up to your standard you have very high standards and you know you will have to pay more to get better We enjoyed it very much and will return
We absolutely loved our time at Sani, despite of the food, the weather (on the last 2 days !) and my knee . Effie, the guest relations manager's personal attention and assistance had a lot to do...
We absolutely loved our time at Sani, despite of the food, the weather (on the last 2 days !) and my knee . Effie, the guest relations manager's personal attention and assistance had a lot to do with it . She helped us all the way , esp with the food as limited veggie choices were bound to make me grumpy but we manage to avoid that road block. The arrangements made by Yannis @Grill by the Pool, ilias @ Poseidon and the menu @Psyrannos were fantastic. On this basis alone, I can recommend it to vegetarians. I also wanted to thank Asik for his loving attention. My knee will heal much faster thanks to his diligence. There was so much to do that I think we were a little bit spoiled and confused. The best thing I can say to you guys is that we hope to return for a little while longer at some point . The kids facilities are superb as well though a heated pool would have been nice in that weather.
This is a nice place but not for single travellers, it is all geared towards families which is fine but they really could make an adult only pool and a few bars and restaurants adult only...
This is a nice place but not for single travellers, it is all geared towards families which is fine but they really could make an adult only pool and a few bars and restaurants adult only - especially off season when most kids are back at school.
Our last visit to Sani was in September 2014. This was our twenty seventh holiday spent at the hotel. We have always been made welcome back by all the management and staff, many of whom we regard...
Our last visit to Sani was in September 2014. This was our twenty seventh holiday spent at the hotel. We have always been made welcome back by all the management and staff, many of whom we regard as our personal friends. The Management tell us that we are part of the Sani Beach Hotel family! Over the many years that we have stayed at Sani the resort has progressed from a lovely resort to an amazing and special place. George Adam, Hotel General Manager, is now a long time friend and leads a wonderful management and staff team. We love the world class song and dance shows at the Garden Theatre, derived from all the skill and dedication contributed by Mark Flint, Entertainment Manager. The stylish and classy accommodation is quite exceptional, and the peace and solitude that can be found on the 7km white sand beach is just wonderful. With so many friends working at the resort, it is impossible to mention them all in this report, but I must single out Ria and Maria at Reception, and Maike Kupfer, who has been so professional and attentive in her various restaurant management responsibilities in recent times. Needless to say but we shall be back again soon!
All travellers are advised to ensure that tetanus and polio vaccinations are kept up to date. A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required from all travellers over one year of age coming from infected areas.
The power supply in Greece is 220 V AC at 50 Hz. You may require an adapter for the round two-pin sockets in use in Greece. Power cuts are not uncommon.
Many visitors to Greece will not need to obtain a visa for visits to Greece of up to 90 days.