Whether you're travelling as a couple or you've got the whole family in tow, the seaside Blue Lagoon Village has got all bases covered. The Blue Lagoon Village is set in a secluded ... Continue reading
Whether you’re travelling as a couple or you’ve got the whole family in tow, the seaside Blue Lagoon Village has got all bases covered.
The Blue Lagoon Village is set in a secluded bay overlooking the Aegean Sea, so sea views and easy access to the sands are a big part of its appeal.
The rooms here are set out in a village style. There’s a choice of room types. To spoil yourself, upgrade to the 2-storey family junior suite or a luxury private pool suite. From May 2016 this hotel will become part of the Family Life collection and will be known as Family Life Blue Lagoon Deluxe.
The hotel’s 4 swimming pools serve different purposes. The biggest one, for example, is 3,000 square metres of relaxation space featuring Jacuzzis and water jets. Another is for activities and another is just for adults.
Children get a great deal when it comes to pools. There’s a pirate ship with water guns and water slides for little ones, and bigger kids can spread throughout the hotel’s pool collection.
- Children will be in their element when they stay here
- The hotel has its own Adventure Land
- Which features ropes courses*
- The hotel has two acrylic surface tennis courts – the surface is similar to the type that has been used in the US Open in the past
- Several times a week you can take a seat in the outdoor amphitheatre and watch a stage show
- The line-up ranges from dance shows to singers, and there are mini-discos for little ones before the main event
- Two bars open late at this hotel
- In the Shake and Mix bar you can sip colourful cocktails in sight of the Aegean Sea
- The PURArelax spa* has a refined treatment menu that includes therapies like vanilla and honey polishes and jungle shower experiences
Kid's club six days a week for 3 to 11-year-olds
At least three evening sessions a week
Regular appearances from Thomson the Dog and Bamse Bear
Daytime and evening family entertainment
- Early evening shows and discos designed just for younger guests
The Hangout for 12 to 15-year-olds
Dedicated area for chilling out or relaxing with friends
- Free programme of daily activities
- All BabyClubs and kids' clubs are run to international standards by fully-trained staff
Food and Drink
Six of the hotel’s eight restaurants are included in your stay. One’s a buffet and the others are speciality eateries. At the barbecue restaurant, you can grill your own meats.
One of the highlights of the dining scene is the First Date restaurant. This one is just for adults and it serves gourmet meals.
- A la carte dining
- Italian cuisine
- Selected drinks until midnight
- BabyClub creches for children up to 3
- Parent and toddler sessions
- Dedicated parent and baby lounges
Rooms and suites are designed to a high standard, and all come with air-conditioning, a satellite TV, free internet and tea and coffee facilities. Twin rooms with a garden view sleep up to 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 children. For a bit extra, you can upgrade to a Family Room with garden view or sea view, or try one of our swim-up rooms.
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Kefalos is a purpose-built holiday resort with a laid-back atmosphere situated in the south west of the island of Kos. It is surrounded by spectacular scenery and sits beneath the old town of Kefalos, from which it takes its name. The resort has plenty of good restaurants and a couple of small nightclubs, but is mainly geared for tourists looking for a quiet holiday.
The beach in Kefalos is a mix of sand and shingle and is ideal for lazy holidays in the sun. The sea is crystal clear and warm making it well suited for all the watersports that can be arranged here. Some of the best beaches in Kos are nearby including Paradise Beach. There are fascinating historical sites scattered around the island, particularly in the capital of Kos Town, 90 minutes away. So close that you can swim to it is the Agios Nikolas Monastery. 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).
Kefalos boasts some of Kos's best restaurants with holidaymakers frequenting the Aussie Barbeque for mouth-watering steaks, Rainbow Taverna for authentic Greek hospitality and its famous barbecue chicken, Sebastian's, Captain John's, and Argo. Antonio's Taverna has earned itself quite a reputation as one of the finest eateries in Kefalos, situated on the beach behind Sacallis Inn Hotel.
Kefalos is not as well known for its nightlife as other Greek holiday resorts, but it is by no means at all boring. Popeye's Bar is excellent with friendly staff and is by far one of the most popular places to head for a pint or two. Players Lounge serves delicious quality cocktails with great music while Sydney Bar is the place to go for live music, where guests can enjoy a meal and sip on their favourite beverage while watching local artists perform on stage. There are also a number of tavernas that offer low-key entertainment.
Kefalos itself is dotted with the usual souvenir shops geared towards holidaymakers and grocery stores, but more seasoned shoppers usually find themselves heading to Kardamena or the very cosmopolitan Kos Town where there is a much larger variety of shops, markets and boutiques to choose from, and bargain hunters can buy anything from homemade jams and honeys to expensive hand crafted jewellery and trinkets.
The shingle beach in Kefalos can be very hard on your feet. Make sure you have good sandals for the beach and even swimming shoes.
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