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Luca Blue Lagoon Resort is located near Kos town, at the north coast of the island of Kos and is a 1 storey main building and 2 storey annex buildings with garden. This attractive property benefits from a peaceful location on the outskirts of Kos Town and is ideal for families with kids/Teenagers and couples looking for a modern place to relax. A walk-over-water feature at the entrance adds to the cosmopolitan feel and there are plenty of on-site facilities that make for a great holiday, while comfortable rooms provide a superb base.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel is located 70m away from the nearest beach.
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 22km from Kos International Airport
The hotel offers 457 guestrooms, fully furnished and equipped with bathroom, hairdryer, telephone, internet data port at an additional charge, individual air conditioning/heating, mini-fridge, an in-room safe at an additional charge, satellite television, and balcony/terrace. Family rooms are with separate bedroom for children. It should be noted that promo rooms are not part of the main complex but located 200m away in their own smaller complex and guests still have access to the main resort facilities.
Food & Drink
The AI programme consists of breakfast (07:00-10:00), Continental breakfast (10:00-12:00), lunch (12:30-14:30) and dinner (18:30-21:30) - buffet style, with show cooking. Breakfast & dinner are served in the main restaurant Nisos; Continental breakfast & lunch at the poolside restaurant Mesogeios. Also at the disposal of the AI guests with prior reservation is the Greek thematic restaurant. Snacks are available at Mesogeios between 14:30 & 18:00, except during lunch hour. Tea & coffee time with cookies is from 16:00-18:00 at Faros pool bar. After dinner snacks are on offer at Ilios lounge bar till midnight. Locally produced alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks like cocktails, beer, wine, juices and soft drinks are served from 10:00-24:00 at Faros pool bar (10:00-18:00), Ilios lounge bar (10:00-24:00), Ammos kids pool bar (10:00-18:00) and Medussa bar (18:00-24:00) - according to each outlets menu.
Sports & Entertainment
Sport facilities at the hotel include table tennis, gym, aerobics, aqua-aerobic classes, stretching, volleyball & basketball court, football playground, water polo, mini football, petanque, beach volley & beach soccer, two artificial grass tennis courts, swimming pool, childrens swimming pool, Jacuzzi, indoor pool, lounge chairs & parasols by the pool, pool towels, sauna, steam bath, games room with table games, playground and mini-club. There is also daytime entertainment programme for both adults & children (4-12yrs old) and shows (several times a week). The multi-lingual animation team organizes day & night activities, daily from 10:00-24:00. Several theme nights are organized frequently. Disco night, cabaret, dancing shows, competitions, live music and many other events are in the animation teams weekly programme.
First impressions of the resort was that it was large and very spread out, although the resort did provide a golf buggy shuttle to get between areas.the staff were friendly and focused on providing...
First impressions of the resort was that it was large and very spread out, although the resort did provide a golf buggy shuttle to get between areas.the staff were friendly and focused on providing an excellent holiday experience. Stelios the bar manager and the restaurant manager were brilliant and Stelios your coffee was amazing. We travelled as a family of 5 with 3 teenagers. The resort was clean and our rooms spacious we were in 2001 & 2002 within easy reach of main facilities. The animation team were very poor and we have definately seen better, the same activities every day and poor quality shows in the evening. We tended to stay around the main pool which was very windy and cold - the pool was also very cold which was unexpected and disappointing. All in all it was ok but is not on our list to return to which is a shame as the staff tried very hard and were lovely
Great facilities, lovely big pool and food isn't half bad. Reps were friendly and rooms, while on the small side, were clean and tidy. Only downside is it is about 15 min walk from Kos town, but...
Great facilities, lovely big pool and food isn't half bad. Reps were friendly and rooms, while on the small side, were clean and tidy. Only downside is it is about 15 min walk from Kos town, but would stay here again.
Visited this isolated resort. Like a small town with many facilities for a good holiday. Sadly, most of the staff are poorly paid eastern Europeans, the resort could be in any country around the...
Visited this isolated resort. Like a small town with many facilities for a good holiday. Sadly, most of the staff are poorly paid eastern Europeans, the resort could be in any country around the Med. I suspect it contributes little to the local economy. Sorry, but not my 'cup of tea'.
Our family visited this hotel and it was excellent, the food choice and food quality was very good, there was pancake stand open all day with choice of fillings ice creams and cocktails all included...
Our family visited this hotel and it was excellent, the food choice and food quality was very good, there was pancake stand open all day with choice of fillings ice creams and cocktails all included in the all inclusive price. The entertainment team were excellent and the pool is huge, plenty of sun beds for everyone. There is car hire available in the hotel and bike hire just a cross the road. Kos town is about 30 mins walk and there are lovely restaurants, shops and the harbour there. I would go to this hotel again although summer prices can be quite expensive
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