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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.
Myself, husband and our nine month old daughter stayed here for 11 nights on 5th May 2015. We were very impressed. It was clean, safe, friendly and efficiently run. We had a family room which was...
Myself, husband and our nine month old daughter stayed here for 11 nights on 5th May 2015. We were very impressed. It was clean, safe, friendly and efficiently run. We had a family room which was spacious and modern with daily maid service. All four pools are fab and have pool side bars with waiter service. Restaurants get busy but the food was always varied, hot and plentiful. We found all the staff to be very attentive and pleasant!!! Very friendly. The onsite water park is fantastic! Really good for the children with a lazy river and slides. Also has a snack bar where you can walk up and take a ready prepared kebab, pizza slice, burger etc. Ice cream is always available and the poolside crepe bar is delish. Golf buggies meet you on arrival and take you to your room and also are available to jump on as they pass you around the resort throughout your stay which is fab if you are in the far end of complex. We did go into Kos Town for a little break, which was ten minutes in a taxi. Overall a brilliant holiday and definitely worth the price you pay. We only had a few niggles - A/C wine and cocktails arent great at all and you pay extra for premium drinks - Plastic cups are not washed in dishwasher before being reused by pool so at times were grubby - Kos airport is a bit of a nightmare. Huge queues and appears to be set in the dark ages
we have just returned from this hotel after staying for a week (19th - 26th May) we arrived quite late, checking in at about 21:30, drinks on arrival were a nice touch. We were told the restaurant...
we have just returned from this hotel after staying for a week (19th - 26th May) we arrived quite late, checking in at about 21:30, drinks on arrival were a nice touch. We were told the restaurant closed at 22:00 which was fine and we were just in time to grab a quick bite and it was a quick! The rest of our group and other travellers were rushed to leave the restaurant at about 22:00 on the dot! Didn't make a great first impression. This is a large complex, we were taken to our room on the first night with our luggage by a buggy - our slight concern was that we were right at the back of the hotel, we had to go out onto a back road to get to our part of the hotel which was a bit sketchy at night when you couldn't hail a buggy. The rooms (ours 8211) were simple and small, the bathroom terrible. Not enough room to swing a cat and when you used the shower it pretty much flooded the bathroom, there was a drain in the middle of the bathroom so this is obviously known. The beds are uncomfortable and hard although i think memory foam toppers are available at an extra charge. The cleaners were efficient although we had to ask for toilet paper etc. Our blankets was also stained. Our main reason for the stay was for a wedding, the day was lovely and the only problem was that the heavens opened just as we were about to go to the beach for the ceremony. one small problem was that there was a very large man in speedos taking pictures of our wedding party during the ceremony, no one from the hotel wedding service moved him on and he was quite insistent on being in these personal photos. There are a few restaurants to choose from in the complex. The bbq was lovely, the Greek was mediocre, the main (nisos?) was good, plenty of variety. The Italian seemed nice however about an hour or so after eating myself and my boyfriend were violently sick. we were ok by the morning but obviously something we ate hadn't agreed with us. these restaurants are all pretty much buffet. As we had children in our group we spent some time at the water park and it's probably the best part of the hotel. The water slides are brilliant, so much fun. There is a little snack bar there, chips, pizzas, pita kebab wrap things, be careful and check the meat, my boyfriend (who is funny about chicken even at home) found that it was pretty much raw. We had one massive gripe about this hotel and that is that it was completely overrun by the most ignorant, rude and unpleasant group of people we have ever had the misfortune of coming across.These people were with 'TV Oost' a German or Belgian TV programme. These people completely took over the hotel, on our first day we were filmed by a drone flying around the complex, we were not notified by the hotel that these people would be filming and quite frankly felt it was an invasion of our privacy. One evening this group completely took over the entertainment tent, they were supposed to finish at 21:00 however they didn't leave until gone 23:00. we were told that during that night we could go and sit in the tent and have a drink etc but we couldn't have been more wrong. it was made abundantly clear we were not welcome and these people became abusive and violent, even pushing a 10yr old. they also barged a young 18yr old lad that we were with and this then caused an arguments and animosity. Every guest not part of TV Oost was in absolute uproar and the hotel didn't really manage the situation well. Please bare in mind that these people were easily in their 60's and the worst ones were the women. they had no regard for anyone, even small children and babies. we were continually told by this unpleasant group to 'get out, tv oost only'. they seemed to be absolutely everywhere and even took tables at the bar that people were still using/had left personal items on. one evening the main restaurant was completely closed off for they're personal use. the attitude the hotel management was pretty much 'what do you want us to do about it'. also i should mention this hotel is not really 'all inclusive' lots of hidden extras including the cocktails/beers. if you want a branded beer you have to pay, they have a local beer on tap which isn't awful. the majority of the decent cocktails you'd expect to be inclusive aren't and your looking at 7 euro for one. the free wifi only works in certain areas and continually drops out. adult only areas - not so adult when there are loads of kids about, the adult only bar and pools pretty much constantly had children running around so it was difficult to find a quiet spot to relax (myself and my boyfriend do not have children). All in all i wouldn't come back to this hotel, there are too many problems and the management don't really seem overly bothered. this is no where near a 5* hotel by any standard - especially not when you see dried up vomit around the premises.
We came here as a large group for my brothers wedding and we are all wondering if it should be 5 * rating. The surroundings are very beautiful and we all really enjoyed the pool areas, but as staff...
We came here as a large group for my brothers wedding and we are all wondering if it should be 5 * rating. The surroundings are very beautiful and we all really enjoyed the pool areas, but as staff go we all found them untrained and not very helpful. Don't even start me on how long it takes to get a cup of coffee. Sometimes it feels like you are putting the staff out by asking for simple things such as a cup or a glass. ALL INCLUSIVE is also debatable, we found ourselves having to pay for more drinks than at previous all inclusive resorts we have visited.The range of beer and drinks are limited and if we felt like we wanted a good drink (we are not alcoholics ha) we had to either go into town or pay behind the bar which were expensive. Cocktails were €7 and children's milkshakes were €3.50. Unfortunately during our stay there were a large group of about 350 TV oost members who took over the hotel.One particular evening we were informed at last minute that we could not dine in the main restaurant.This was due to the fact that the TV oost group had taken over the resturant,we were told to eat at the Italian resturant which we enjoyed but we were informed that we had to pay for a bottle of wine to eat with our meal (expensive). This is usually provided free of charge in the main dining area. Also one evening the children's entertainment was cancelled without informing anyone, even the entertainers didn't know it was cancelled due to the TV oost members taking the entertainment tent over. Wi-fi is hopeless on a very rare occasion you can connect in main lobby not a chance in any rooms. PLEASE make sure if u are male,you must bring full length trousers with you as you are not allowed to eat in the restaurants without them. The food in general is good.I am a vegetarian and I managed to find enough to eat everyday and all the other guests loved all the variety of food available. The maids are fantastic, everyday our rooms were spotless and they are so friendly, big tip for them!! We had a fantastic time considering the down falls but I'm afraid I wouldn't come again.
Hotel very clean, staff friendly but overworked. Beautiful pools but to cold to swim in. The food was varied and plentiful but only ever lukewarm which was a shame. The complex is so vast that there...
Hotel very clean, staff friendly but overworked. Beautiful pools but to cold to swim in. The food was varied and plentiful but only ever lukewarm which was a shame. The complex is so vast that there are golf buggies to run you around but be prepared for a wait. The entertainment was awful as was the dome that the only entertainment was in. Kids club was good but only on every other day, shame for the little ones. Best place on complex was the piano bar.
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