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The Porto Bello Beach is set in one of the most unspoiled and picturesque regions of Kos Island. It embraces a large area of lush gardens, blended with the natural landscape of the island by the warm waters of the Aegean. With a huge array of sport and leisure facilities, day and evening entertainment, a variety of places to wine and dine, local harmony and modern architecture, the hotel is the perfect place for an All Inclusive holiday. It’s ideal for families, sports, events, weddings and vow renewals.
How far is the nearest beach?
The hotel is situated on the beachfront.
Distance from Airport
This hotel is located 6.5km from Kos International Airport
The rooms are tastefully decorated with cosily arranged furniture. Bathroom with hair dryer, telephone, Satellite TV, Fridge, Safe Deposit box, individual Air Conditioning, balcony, Garden and Sea View rooms are available.
Food & Drink
“Andromeda” is the main restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and night snacks (Breakfast: 07h30 - 11h00, Lunch: 12h30 - 14h30, Dinner: 19h00 - 21h30). There is also 3 other restaurants that offer a wide range of cuisine varying from traditional Greek food, fish restaurant, and Italian dishes. There is also a beach bar which offers a selection of drinks and snacks (opening Hours: 10h30 - 01h00).
Sports & Entertainment
The hotel offers an excellent variety of recreational facilities, including gym, tennis courts, water sports (non-motorized), Jacuzzi, outdoor pool. Discover an engaging blend of professional service and a wide array of features at Porto Bello Beach Hotel.
Just returned from a week here and had a lovely holiday. The whole hotel is spotlessly clean and maintained to a really high standard. The transfer from the airport is short which was really nice...
Just returned from a week here and had a lovely holiday. The whole hotel is spotlessly clean and maintained to a really high standard. The transfer from the airport is short which was really nice, and as others have said the aircraft noise really isn't a problem. You soon get used to it and become a plane spotter! The food was good quality and tasty although we did find it a bit repetitive so we took advantage of the free bus into Kardamena a few nights and ate out there. We would highly recommend Pelagos restaurant on the sea front, it was fantastic. There was a a really good selection of drinks and cocktails in the hotel and rarely any queues like we have found at other all inclusive resorts. You have to be up early to get a sun bed but that's the same anywhere really. We tended to prefer the far end of the pool to be away from the music speaker and the all day drinkers that tend to frequent the pool bar (there's always some of these at all inclusive hotels!). We discovered on the last day that the reason there is such a shortage of sun beds is that some people reserve ones on the beach and at the pool then switch between the two, a bit unfair but not much the hotel can do to stop it I guess. Our only slightly negative point is that the bed was very hard and we both work up with back and neck ache every morning. I've since read on here that the hotel can provide mattress toppers if requested but we weren't aware of that while we were there unfortunately. We figured all the beds must be the same so there wasn't much point complaining. All in all a nice hotel and we would recommend it!
My boyfriend and I have just arrived home from a wonderful week away to Atlantica Porto Bello Beach - wish we were still there! It took just 15 minutes from the airport to the hotel, and the...
My boyfriend and I have just arrived home from a wonderful week away to Atlantica Porto Bello Beach - wish we were still there! It took just 15 minutes from the airport to the hotel, and the complex exceeded all of our expectations (we thought the hotel looks a lot better than the photos online!). We booked a garden view and were so glad we did as the garden's were maintained really well, the colours of the plants and trees were beautiful to look at any time of day from our balcony! The air conditioner did make a noise however it was not that loud and you don't notice it after a day, likewise with the airplanes which went over during the day. We loved that our room was cleaned every day, it always looked spotless! The beach and waterpark were our main places to go in the day time, the fact that there were free sun beds and free access to the waterpark for hotel guests on all inclusive was amazing! With fabulous weather and nice settings, you can't go wrong! The sandy beach was lovely too, with staff maintaining it to ensure it was clean from litter etc! We had absolutely no problem gaining sun beds any day we were there, we used to get down to the beach approx 10.30-11 a.m or sometimes after lunch and found sun beds straight away! The receptionists and staff were very helpful and friendly, always willing to help! We did pay €9 return to visit Kos Town with the hotel and we were glad we did as the town is lovely with small shops and lots of restaurants, the harbour is nice too! My favourite restaurant in the hotel was the fish tavern during lunch time, it would be better if it was open in the evening as well as the fish was wonderful there! The only negative to the holiday was the animation team, when I was lying on the beach trying to sunbathe they would come to you and ask to join in a game and ask why not if I replied no thank you, as a 19 year old I just wanted to be left alone to nap or read a magazine in the sun and not be asked to play games all the time - however if you have children the animation team would be great as they were very very enthusiastic! Overall the holiday was fantastic- and we had the best time! Would thoroughly recommend this hotel!
First holiday in eight years so was nervous of what to expect but we were all very pleased. We went as a family our two children are 14 (daughter) and 27 (son) for seven nights. We were in our rooms...
First holiday in eight years so was nervous of what to expect but we were all very pleased. We went as a family our two children are 14 (daughter) and 27 (son) for seven nights. We were in our rooms and out by the pool after 30 minutes of leaving the airport. After a speedy check in our bags were taken to our rooms immediately and it set the standard for the whole stay. The staff were amazing, nothing was too much trouble.They work so hard, the pool bar girls are on the go constantly from 10 to 6. The maid we had kept our rooms immaculate, fresh bedding and towels everyday. We only ate in the main restaurant so we can't comment on the other three available but the main restaurant had a wide variety of food and the service was brilliant, no problems getting our drinks. We do have to say Kostas and Panos were great, nicest chaps, knew the area and gave excellent advice. The beach was on the doorstep and just as clean as our room. Only down side was we didn't book to stay for longer! Came home yesterday and had been so impressed felt the need to leave a comment for others. The local town was only a 20 minute walk away and is on one road so you can't get lost, hotel supplies a free bus but only 1.80e to use local bus. Only 9e to get a taxi there or back. Take lots and lots of sun cream the temperature hit 37 while we were there so you need lots. The water park was ok but the floor is a killer on your feet, it gets very very hot and it is anti slip for obvious reasons but still kills your feet. Talking of feet make sure the men in your group don't go to tea in flip flops or vests. Can at any other meal time but they like the men to make an effort at tea, Our son got escorted out of the restaurant arm in arm with Katrina telling him he was very sexy but he has to get some shoes on! done in such a fun nice way it wasn't awkward and it's actually makes people make an effort. Our Son tried the local night life in Kardamena, no complaints from him, although he would not recommend coming in at 4am on the moring you fly out at 10am still a bit drunk! Memories :)
My family and I have just returned from a wonderful 10 days at this resort to start with we found the staff fantastic they can't do enough for you the food is first class from all the restaurants the...
My family and I have just returned from a wonderful 10 days at this resort to start with we found the staff fantastic they can't do enough for you the food is first class from all the restaurants the pool is really good to beach bar has entertainment every night from karaoke to a sax player the girls that run the bars are really helpful the cocktails are great too.we had a family room which had 4 beds in it but still had plenty off space our room cleaner was fantastic room cleaned to a high standard every day. And as for the migrants in kos well we spent a day there and we only saw a small family they stayed out the way so as far as I am concerned there's no problem the resort lay on a coach to the local town or it costs 9 to 10 euro to travel to kos on a coach. Water Park is good and free THE DOWN SIDE as there always is some are the resort is a little far from the local town it took us 40 min to walk along the narrow road but we did enjoy it the shop is a little expensive and no tea or coffee in room, you can get a free kettle in your room or you can pay to have tea and coffee in your room about €7.50 per day and you have to get up very early to put your towel on a sun lounger by the pool and beach. And make sure you take mossie spray our party got bit quite badly. Hope you all have just as good time there as we did o by the way it's very hot we had 2 day at 110 centigrade ENJOY
Kos holidays are enjoyable year-round, with average temperatures around 25° Celsius. Come prepared for days stretched out on the sunny shores of Kardamena beach getting a lovely, golden tan. Temperatures regularly reach 30° Celsius. during the summer months, but the waters are just perfect for swimming.
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.
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