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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.
In this 7 days family trip, we were introduced to this large, family oriented 'all inclusive' hotel. Overall we were pleased from our stay and gained very good memories. i'll try to provide a...
In this 7 days family trip, we were introduced to this large, family oriented 'all inclusive' hotel. Overall we were pleased from our stay and gained very good memories. i'll try to provide a detailed summary of the pro's and con's for this one. Room, my rank: 4/5 We booked a junior suite and got one in the "3000" building section. +Room was spacious enough for a family of 2 adults and a small child. quite modern too, but nothing really exciting about it. + Room was cleaned every day, towels replaced etc. - As its a junior suite, I was expecting a wall separating between the master bed and the 'living room'/secondary bed, creating some privacy feeling. Yet there was none. there is a partial 'workaound' seperation using a TV cupboard which has a vertical 50c"m wide wooden post that extends from the table to the ceiling. Food , my rank : 3/5 + There are multiple restaurants so there is no 'waiting in line' or crowded feeling even when the hotel was fully booked. - The food is mediocre. there is a reasonable variety of selections , but it simply doesn't taste or look like quality food. Even in the most prestigious "Italian restaurant" i'd say the food is at tops 4 star level. (And, quite hard to reserve this one, as its also available for families just 3 times a week....). for the other restaurants - i'd rank it 3.5 stars. I'd suggest to occasionally eat out of the Hotel in a real restaurant. Entertainment Facilities , My rank : 4.5/5 +Central pool is great +Water park is nice for almost all ranges of age due to the variety of activities - just note that the water slides are in an area with strong water sprinklers which most younger kids don't really like. +Kids pool on the 'Sattelite' ('9000')area is very nice , although somwhat distant. it also has kids clubs . If far away, use the 'club car' rides offered by Hotel Staff. +Evening disco for the kids is very nice. -The night 'shows' are rather boring. Overall Grade(Value for money): 4/5.
This was a lovely hotel, the food and pools were great. Kos is a beautiful place to visit however the hotel is too big. The staff can not cope with the amount of guests they cater for (we went when...
This was a lovely hotel, the food and pools were great. Kos is a beautiful place to visit however the hotel is too big. The staff can not cope with the amount of guests they cater for (we went when the hotel was half full!) we found that the staff are grumpy most of the time. It was left to the taxi man at the beginning of the holiday to explain where to get breakfast the next day!!! You need the little in-house taxi carts to get you from A to B because the grounds are so big, this is all very sweet but one day we found ourselves being told off for asking for a taxi because the taxi man in question was so busy doing other things. For such a huge resort our room was far too small and the bathroom was ridiculously small and i am not a large person!!! As a party of six we liked to stay together but one evening found ourselves being sat at two tables for dinner as they did not have a big enough table for all of us!!! I would not even bother with the A la Cart restaurants, one other thing to be aware of is that although we went all inclusive it felt like the staff were always trying to sell us other drinks. On a positive the Animation Team entertained us all day and night, they were lovely young people who obviously work really hard, and it shows as the evening entertainment was brilliant. To sum it up, if i hadn't been on other First Choice holidays then this probably would have got a better review from me, but I've been to nicer hotels for less money and i wouldn't bother going back.
I've just returned from a two week holiday at this resort. Check in was swift with a welcomed drink of sparkling wine or juice for the children. The reception staff were attentive and pleasant and...
I've just returned from a two week holiday at this resort. Check in was swift with a welcomed drink of sparkling wine or juice for the children. The reception staff were attentive and pleasant and whenever I visited reception I never had to wait long. I found the resort to be immaculately clean, all the staff we came across friendly and the food good. There are four restaurants to choose from: the buffet restaurant by reception which is where you are directed if you happen to arrive late as this is the only restaurant where a reservation is not required, the pool restaurant/BBQ, the Greek and the Italian. In the evening gentlemen are required to wear trousers in each of the restaurants apart from the Pool/BBQ restaurant. The food was fresh, plentiful and with reasonably good choice. If you are there for two weeks the food is, unfortunately, going to become a little repetitive. A way around this is to venture into Kos Town. The main pool is the largest in Kos and also the main focus of events during the day. We never had any trouble getting loungers, they are plentiful. If you want one right next to the pool's edge then you'd best get up early and put your towels down! Who wants to get splashed anyway! There is a pancake island at the pool where pancakes are made fresh from 10am to 6pm. This is also the meeting point for the Animation Team. There are activities every day apart from Wednesdays when the Animation Team have a day off. The team work hard to keep everyone entertained with a variety of different activities from 10am to 12.30pm then 3pm to 5.30pm. Our son who is 7 joined in with the Junior Club run by the Animation Team, met plenty of children his age and had a wonderful time. My husband and I joined in with a handful of activities, such as game of the day at 12noon, rifle shooting and aqua gym. If joining in activities isn’t your thing the team understand and don't push it. The Animation Team are then on duty again from 8pm till midnight in the Animation Tent which is behind the pool bar. There is a mini disco followed by face painting for the younger ones and then a show each evening starting at 9.45pm. If you really want to see a show it is best to arrive a little earlier (9ish) otherwise you won't get a seat. The shows were good, the team put a lot of effort into this part of days. There are also two bars in the tent - one where the drinks are included in the all inclusive, the other where you have to pay if you'd like a little something else (cocktails etc). There is a waterpark on site too with four large sides, a splash pool, a lazy river and a children's slide area. There are a handful of reasons I've given very good rather than excellent: the pool loungers are incredibly uncomfortable resulting in a one sided tan; the beach over the road to the hotel is pretty ugly, the sea is quite rough and unsuitable for children plus you have to pay for the uncomfortable loungers; a lack of tea spoons in the BBQ (petty I know); a payment (rather than deposit) of €35 is required to obtain a huge key to the room safe. All in all it was a good fun family holiday. I probably wouldn’t have booked this resort if it were just my husband and I but it is perfect if you have younger, school aged children.
We have just returned from the above and were concerned before we went regarding news reports of refugees in Kos but there were some but not in the quantities we were led to believe. Do not be put...
We have just returned from the above and were concerned before we went regarding news reports of refugees in Kos but there were some but not in the quantities we were led to believe. Do not be put off going to this hotel. The hotel is excellent very large and to get to the other half of the hotel you have to go out on the road and into the other part which is quite strange when most of the amenities are in the main block. The food was excellent and plentiful, we ate in the pool restaurant at breakfast and lunch which sometimes the food was not very hot and there was more choice in the main restaurant, the staff were very attentive and plenty of them although some are quite surly not what we have experienced before in Greece though that did apply mainly to the non Greek waiters but the worst ones were in the bar at the reception area they were really off hand. The Italian restaurant was not as good as I had read in reviews and not worth booking in my opinion. The rooms do not warrant the 4-5* status they are very basic and more of a 3* standard, we had to get the maids back in to clean our floors as they very filthy and we were fed up of our feet being black after walking round the bedrooms.