There’s plenty of room for swimming or sunbathing at the big pool area here. On the activity front, you can join in with yoga, tennis and football. And children have a kids’ club. There’s lots of choice at mealtimes, too, with three restaurants in total.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Yoga and aqua aerobics are just some of the fun ways to keep fit here. There’s also a five-a-side football pitch, a volleyball field and a floodlit tennis court – plus, you can get lessons* for a little extra.
A hotel-run kids’ club is on hand to keep little ones busy. It puts on morning and afternoon sessions, six days a week.
Rackets and balls are also available at the two artificial turf tennis courts with floodlights. For a charge, you can book lessons.
- Aqua gym from mid-June to mid-September
- Five-a-side artificial football pitch*
Windsurfing and canoeing are held down by the beach.
FOOD & DRINK
There are three restaurants, including one beachside place. The first specialises in pizzas and light lunches, and the other puts on a lunch buffet. There’s also a grill place by the pool, with dinnertime show cooking.
You can dine out on a sea-facing terrace at the main restaurant. Come evening, appetisers are served as abuffet, followed by a menu for your main courses.
- Abi d'Oru Restaurant
This restaurant puts on a decent breakfast buffet spread. At dinner time you'll find a buffet of appetisers, pastries and fruits while your main courses are served to your table. You can choose to dine inside, or head out onto the terrace where you can enjoy sea views.
- 3 bars
The hotel has a lobby bar, pool bar and beach bar.
- Marinella Restaurant*
Marinella is set down at the edge of the beach, whereby you can enjoy an à la carte lunch including freshly grilled seafood and meats.
- Restaurant Il Marinaio and Snack Bar*
Il Marinaio is ideal for light lunches such as pizza, plus there are snacks and drinks, too.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
- Massage gazebo*
Out on the terrace overlooking the pool is a gazebo where you can enjoy a range of relaxing massages and treatments.
There's a Finnish sauna, a Turkish bath, an ice cascade and a whirlpool bath. You'll get one entry included in your stay to the spa area. Spa treatments are at an additional charge.
Spend your evening at one of the hotel’s three bars. The one in the lobby serves up a sea-view terrace, a lengthy cocktail menu and live piano music.
- Kids' club
The hotel runs a kids' club for ages 4-10 years, six days a week from mid-June to mid-September.
- Evening entertainment programme
The lobby bar has live piano music in the evenings.
The pool is edged by a terracotta terrace and a sea of greenery. Next to a line-up of white loungers, you’ll find a gazebo for al fresco massages*, as well as a poolside bar taking snack and drink orders.
It’s no more than five minutes’ stroll to the hotel’s own belt of sand. Here, you’ve got loungers and parasols reserved for your use.
- Outdoor pool
The large outdoor pool is surrounded by a terracotta-tiled terrace lined with sunbeds. It's set within the hotel's lush gardens. The pool itself has a section just for adults with jets in it and another section that is shallower, just for children.
- Private beach
The hotel has its very own stretch of private beach. You'll find it set up with plenty of sunbeds and parasols pulled up along the emerald waters. Just so you know, if you'd like a sunlounger in the first and second row, these need to be booked and are at an extra charge.
- Free Wi-Fi
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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