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 visited this hotel for the first time in October half term. Unfortunately we had horrific weather for the entire seven night stay. Torrential rain and very, very cold. The management went out...
We visited this hotel for the first time in October half term. Unfortunately we had horrific weather for the entire seven night stay. Torrential rain and very, very cold. The management went out of their way to make up for it with free excursions and 50% discounts on drinks and the spa. They could not have done more. We would definitely come back in better weather to appreciate all the resort has to offer. The whole resort is stunning and very luxurious. I would have really liked to have seen some dancing available in the evening. There really was nothing for teenagers. My teen spent most of the week in the room on wifi as there was nothing for her to do in the bad weather. A teenage club is a must in October half term. The kids club was excellent. The two bedroom family suite was amazing. An excellent choice for a family of five. The hotel and resort are stunning. Hence, we had a very luxurious and good value for money break. The staff are great, particularly Georgia in the buffet, Katrina in the grill, the girls on reception and in the spa. In fact all the staff were excellent. They made us feel really special. As others have said the buffet is a bit crazy at breakfast and dinner, but it is very civilised at lunch time. We solved this by breakfasting in the grill and taking dinner there several times. Unfortunately we were unable to use a lot of the restaurants due to the weather as they were open air. If we could have the choice is excellent and very flexible. The food in the buffet is excellent. The greek night at the theatre was very good. The sports were a bit of a let down. When it did stop raining and we turned up for activities they didn't seem to be running. That said the facilities are excellent so I guess in better weather it would be great. I will definitely return to Sani in better weather. It is a great destination for families. If you had sunny weather I think it would be perfection.
As we had stayed at the Oceania Spa Resort last year we knew the standards were high,but are actually even better at the Sani Beach Hotel.We stayed the October half term for 8 nights in a junior...
As we had stayed at the Oceania Spa Resort last year we knew the standards were high,but are actually even better at the Sani Beach Hotel.We stayed the October half term for 8 nights in a junior suite.The dine around option is fantastic(having the adult only restaurant was nice)and ALL the staff from reception to housekeeping are excellent,nothing is too much trouble.Every member of staff want to make your stay a memorable one.The weather was a little chilly but as everything else was so perfect it really did not matter( even Sani can't control the weather!!!) The beach is beautiful as is the marina( the Italian restaurant at the marina is excellent) We are looking forward to our next stay in April.
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.
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