The Mitsis Blue Domes is one of the most luxurious 5-star hotels in Kardamena, Kos. The hotel is located directly on the beach, just 7km away from Kardamena Town and 10 km away ... Continue reading
The Mitsis Blue Domes is one of the most luxurious 5-star hotels in Kardamena, Kos. The hotel is located directly on the beach, just 7km away from Kardamena Town and 10 km away from the airport.
You won't be short of things to do on your holiday to Mitsis Blue Domes!The hotel has a huge 650m swimming pool as well as 8 other large pools and 6 small pools and with a large selection sunbeds and umbrellas available by each swimming pool there is plenty of room to relax. Other facilities found at the hotel include tennis and football courts, pedalo’s, canoes, beach volleyball, water polo, table tennis, pool, darts, games rooms and waterslides. There are also more activities available for an additional charge such as water sports, horse riding and go-karting.
For the kids, not only is there a large ‘wonderland’ including a pool, waterslides and playgrounds,but there is also a team of entertainers on hand to keep the children busy throughout your stay so you can find some time to simply relax.
The Mitsis Blue Domes Hotel has 10 restaurants available to all inclusive guests, including Italian, Asian, Greek, Mexican, German and American/ British cuisines. Many of these restaurants have a dress code policy though so ensure you have appropriate evening wear. As well as these 10 restaurants there are also 7 bars ranging from pool and snack bars to theatre and night bars.The choices are endless!
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- Large outdoor swimming pool areas, including bridges and decking
- Pool/beach towels
- Buffet restaurant
- Ten à la carte restaurants
- Six bars
- Windsurfing (certificate required)
- Spa centre with indoor pool and beauty treatments
- Steam room
- Frequent evening entertainment includes live shows
- Wi-Fi (selected areas)
- For children: hotel-run kids' clubs (4-7yrs and 8-12yrs), teens' club (13-16yrs, Jul-Aug), kid's pool, highchairs, cots
Rooms (2-3 people) have twin or double beds, individually controlled air conditioning, satellite TV, mini-bar (restocked daily with water, soft drinks and beer), hairdryer and terrace with access to a shared swimming pool.
Family rooms (2-4 people) have twin beds, with additional beds in a separate partitioned bedroom.
Sea view rooms (2-3 people) and single rooms are available.
Also available are bungalows (2-4 people), with twin or double beds, plus 2 extra beds with garden view or sea view, and maisonettes (2-5 people) with double or twin beds upstairs, plus 3 extra beds in a separate area, and 2 bathrooms.
The prices shown below show the cheapest holiday offers for the Mitsis Blue Domes in Kardamena. Please use the price links to see all holiday deals available for that month.
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Situated mid-way along the south coast of the Dodecanesian island of Kos, Kardamena is one of the most popular resorts in Greece, particularly with young Brits looking for a lively and entertaining holiday. Once a small fishing village, the town is now very commercialised with scores of English-style pubs and restaurants, and tightly packed apartment blocks. A wide variety of watersports can be organised from the long sandy beach and the Kardamena resort is well-placed for those who want to explore the island's fascinating interior.
The main beach in Kardamena is ideal for lazy days in the sun and for watersports - everything from pedalos to jet skiing and banana rides can be organised, as well as scuba diving and snorkelling. Other beaches with watersports are Banana Beach and Sovereign Beach. The aptly-named Bubble Beach is popular, and nearby Helona Beach is recognised by the Blue Flag programme. There are fascinating historical sites scattered around the island to see while on holiday, particularly in the capital Kos Town, 40 minutes away. Further afield, boat tours can be arranged to the spectacular volcanic island of Nisyros and to Rhodes (though be aware the journey takes almost three hours).
There is a wide choice of restaurants in Kardamena to suit all tastes, from Indian and traditional Greek to fast food joints and cafes offering full English breakfasts and Premiership football. Even those with a penchant for good home food should try the local fare, at least once. Good Greek restaurants include Andreas, Scala, the Chrisopoulos Family Taverna and El Greco, all on the seafront.
It's not quite Ibiza, but the nightlife in Kardamena is still fairly intense, with dozens of bars and clubs catering for all musical tastes, from indie classics in the aptly named Stone Roses Bar to cheesy pop in Cheeky Monkeys. The main nightclubs are Status, Starlight, Honey and Downtown, which all stay open until 4am, and 6am at weekends.
Kardamena is packed with shops offering everything from designer clothes to tacky holiday souvenirs. Most are located around the main square. Good buys include the local jewellery and sponge (from the Nisyros volcano). For those in self-catering apartments, there are some good supermarkets offering most of the well-known brands. The two largest, both called Louis, are situated in the main square and by the bridge at the top of Main Bar Street. There are also some interesting local markets, including one on Bodrum, across the water in Turkey (Tuesdays).
Holiday visitors should be warned that all the bars on the main strip along the Kardamena seafront have loads of touts working for them, trying to get tourists in, which can become annoying after a few nights. Drinks can be expensive, for Greece; it's best to stick to the local beers.
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are all the swimminig pools at the mitsis blue domes in kos salt water ? 2 Answers
Unfortunately, even we can’t find the answer to your question! We are very sorry about this and we would recommend you perhaps contact the hotel directly. Thanks.
Added 10 months, 2 weeks ago.
By Charlotte, loveholidays.com team member
I have just come back from a lovely holiday at this fabulous hotel and yes all the pools are salt water, but there are showers for you to rinse yourself off at every pool
Added 10 months, 1 week ago.
do gents have to wear long trousers in the evening in the restaurents. 2 Answers
After 18:30, there is a dress code in all
Restaurants & Bars. (Shorts are not allowed.)
Added 11 months, 2 weeks ago.
By Charlotte, loveholidays.com team member
My understanding is that over the knee shorts aren't allowed ie beach shorts but knee length combat, chino or Jean style shorts are ok. My husband's taking combat shorts and putting a pair of linen pants in just in case.
Added 11 months ago.