2 Pers. - Breakfast included
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2 Pers. - Breakfast included
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2 Pers. - Breakfast included
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2 Pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 201.63|
Feel the soft Aegean breeze on your face. Gaze upon lush gardens and waterfalls. Immerse yourself in the power of water and sea. Enjoy all of this and more at Grecotel Kos Imperial Thalasso, a luxury resort located on 100,000 m² of land on the stunning island of Kos.
The Grecotel Kos Imperial Thalasso is the epitome of luxury: breathtaking scenery, stunning views of the sea, and endless possibilities. Guests can enjoy 27 different types of rooms and bungalows, including many that are ideal for families.
Savor Mediterranean dishes, fresh seafood, and local Greek cuisine at the resort’s three on-site restaurants, or stop by the resort’s bars for a refreshing drink or cocktail. Take a dip in one of the infinity pools cascading down toward the beach, or unwind at the indoor pool, hot tub, and steam rooms. Reinvigorate mind, body, and spirit with the beneficial properties of seawater at the Elixir ThalassoSpa. Play a game of tennis, or try something new at the water sports school. Guests can also enjoy WiFi and free parking on-site.
The Grecotel Kos Imperial Thalasso is located on the pristine Psalidi beach just 4 km from the main town of Kos. The resort is 4 km from the port, and 35 km from Kos Airport.
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We stopped here as a couple on the all-inclusive package for 11 night. We went for total relaxation and we got it with excellent services and amenities. All the Hotel staff where very friendly and helpful as specially Anita in the Restaurant (who liked to play the Yes – No game with me) She sure made me laugh and of course Demetrious in the Lobby Bar. We had a laugh with him every night specially when he christened me The Gold Fish. Not sure why I got this name, all I can think it was the all-inclusive drink. . The maids kept the rooms spotless. And as per sun Beds there was no need to reserve them like most Hotels. They must have been on a 2 to 1 ratio. When the Sun moved round you did not have to move your Bed you changed it for another. Over all Excellent Holiday had here last week September / first week in October 2016
"The greeck Hotel"
It is very nice hotel, with planty of poola and beutyfull beach. The rooms are clean and big with a huge closit. Breackfast and dinner served with a verity of localy and internacional dishes. The bar provide nice and cold beer in frosen glasses and a verity of coctails. We enjoyed it and recomend...
Stayed at this hotel as a last minute week in the sun. Hotel is lovel, very clean, rooms a bit chintzy and dated but nice nonetheless. Reception staff always very polite and helpful. Plenty of sun beds round the pools and beach and no dawn raid required to get one however I was there in the last week of the season, I'm not sure what it would be like at the height of summer. Hotel was predominantly German, Dutch and French guests, not many Brits there which was not an issue for me, but may be a factor for some. Food was good, usual buffet fare. I have seen other reviews mentioning that the food was cold. The food is in fact always hot, the problem is that the plates, despite being in a plate warmer, were always cold so the minute you put hot food on them it goes cold very quickly. I would advise going all inclusive as I found the drinks to be inordinately expensive, not sure how much of that relates to the very poor exchange rate currently where it is almost one pound to one euro, but a kir royale was 11 euros or 11 pounds - even the top five star hotels in London or Edinburgh don't charge that much. So I would advise the all inclusive option. There is a colony of semi domesticated cats that roam around the hotel grounds, and seem to wander freely into the dining room, especially at breakfast time. Clearly guests have been feeding them as every morning I had to eat breakfast surrounded by cats scrounging for food. If you're a cat lover you may not mind this but I'm not and I'm allergic to them so I wasn't too enamoured to have my breakfast accompanied by a band of mooching cats! Staff seemed to make only cursory guestures to remove them. Staff all in the main pleasant other than the omelette chef at breakfast who on a couple of occasions disappeared into the back kitchen when I was clearly waiting to have an omelette cooked. So I found that slightly off putting. Hotel was predominantly families and extended families and I would say that the hotel is more geared towards families than couples or solo adults. I would concur with other reviews that the beds are very hard. I like a v firm mattress so not an issue for me but others may find them extraordinarily hard! I was in room 338 in the main building. It was very close to everything although also right above the entertainment venue, so for some it may have been a bit noisy. Some of the terraces in the other blocks looked to be completely surrounded by foliage which made them look extremely dark. All rooms face the sea however the balconies I would guess are sort of north east facing and consequently don't get very much sun and certainly none in the afternoon or evening. As an aside kos airport was an interesting experience the tiniest airport I've ever been in. We were lucky as our flight was on time actually left early but woe betide if your flight is delayed as there are virtually zero facilities.
My husband and I went to Crete in May and decided we wanted to see more of the Greek Islands, so chose Kos as our next location. We spent ages researching and settled on the Imperial as it looked fabulous! We were not disappointed, as when you arrive and walk into the lobby you can see from an elavated position the sea beyond and it is stunning! We were greeted very warmly by the reception staff and offered a cold drink after our long journey. We noticed immediately how spotlessly clean everywhere was. The hotel and grounds feel very luxurious and the tropical gardens add to the feel of the place. We were soon whisked away by a pleasant porter who took us and our luggage around the grounds in a golf buggy to reach our Bungalow. Note: Bungalows are two story units, so ground level with patio or first floor with balcony. Unfortunately, we were taken to the wrong room as I had upgraded to limited sea view with Balcony and this was ground floor with a patio and no view. Note: The reason for limited sea view is because there are a lot of trees. I obviously complained and to be fair the staff were great. I have walking difficulties and they knew ahead of time so decided to put us here as it was nearer to the main hotel. I told them I wanted the room we had paid for and were then moved, but not until the next day as they had no availability, but to be fair they were very apologetic and upgraded us to a room with a four poster. This incident did not dampen our holiday mood as the staff we so lovely especially Olga in guest relations. With my health issues the mattress was a little hard so she arranged for a lovely mattress topper to be placed on the bed and I then slept like a baby. So if you need any extra pillows or specific bedding, just ask! The dining areas are absolutely wonderful as you can sit outside by the water. It's like a floating restaurant over looking the grounds. We sat outside in the mornings for breakfast where Anita looked after us. She was so sweet and if she saw us coming would make sure we could sit by the waters edge and nothing was too much trouble. The inside dinning areas are large and grand and you can sit in different areas. There is no sitting times imposed which we liked, just turn up and find a table. The dress code for men was not enforced sadly as some men still wore shorts. The food was a really good standard with live cooking at various stations with a great choice. So you had a mix of buffet and also the choice from the various hot counters where the live cooking was. So much choice and it was varied each night. My husband is a fussy vegatarian and there was plenty for him. Thr breakfast was great also with a fabulous selection of hot and cold foods again with live cooking, so you can have an omelette cooked to order etc. The bar staff were great also and we were offered a free drink on our first night due to the mix up with the room. We went every evening, some nights taking in the elevated views over the sea and others listening to entertainment in the inside bar area. This was someone playing the piano or maybe some singing, but all very low key and more in the background so you could just relax and still talk. We sometimes took a pack of cards and sat drinking cocktails listening to the music. The A'la Carte restuarant is near the bar and we went once during our stay. You receive a discount due to the fact you are not in the buffet restaurant and as it is elavated the views are amazing. The food was excellent also, well worth going to at least once but book early with guest relations at least 2 or 3 days in advance. The pool areas, well what can I say, but Amazing! Loads of places to sunbathe so you can always find a sunbed, you did not have to rush or claim a bed. No one placed a towel to save a bed which was great. The hotel does provide towels for the pool so if you want to keep your luggage allowance down there's no need to bring your own. There are a couple of pool bars where light snacks are served such as toasties or a filled baguette. One located centrally, the other is on the beach. The beach is pepper with a private sandy area for the hotel guests. We stayed half-board so lunch was not included. We wanted to eat out a couple of times so chose this option. If however you wanted a proper lunch it was 18 euro each which we thought was expensive and was just a buffet. Glad we filled up on breakfast so only wanted a light lunch. There is entertainment on each evening which is at the pool bar in the centre of the grounds. They do have a stage and lighting and some of the acts were amazing and were better than the usual hotel acts we've seen before. The only downside was it was around 28 degrees in the day and maybe 18-20 degrees in the evening so take a cardigan or jacket as could feel chilly, but as it was the last week of Sept early Oct we couldn't grumble. There is a taverna 50yrds left out of the main entrance called Romeo's and it was good for Lunch. There is a bus stop outside the hotel just to the right and will take you into Kos town and to the Harbour. However with my disability we did not use the bus and when it passed it always seemed full. It is a fixed price of 10 euros by taxi and if you ask at reception they will order you one, but allow plenty of time as it takes a while for them to get from Kos town. The old town is very quaint with little cobbled streets with little shops and a large square with pavement cafes. There are some nice restaurants and cafes and it's well worth a visit. The main town however is quite run down in areas as some places have closed down. There was no reason to go there but sadly was drawn into taking the little road-train that takes you on a tour. Do not bother as it's mainly down streets full of old shops and run down places. You do see some ancient ruins, however from a distance and you just drive past, save your money and don't go on the train. We also went on a three island day cruise and visited some little coves and also where they dive for sponges. You can buy these and other things in the little ports. Lunch was included on the boat and on the last stop there was a chance to jump overboard and swim for 45 mins. I was not able to do this but happily watched my husband do so. If you want a fun day out then I highly recommend this. We went with Thomson so booked this at the hotel with the rep, 43 euros each but we'll worth it. If you want to, you can go to the harbour and buy the tickets direct where the boats are as there are plenty doing the same cruises. All in all we thoroughly enjoyed our holiday and would definitely return to the Imperial. As it is part of the Gecotel group we have joined their privalage club.
We had never been to greece, first time for everything. Visited for our anniversary and we were very pleased. The hotel itself is a bit out of Kos town (4K) but that was fine good bus service outside the hotel into kos, we walked one day which was fine but hot. The hotel was beautiful very clean, relaxed, lots of very nice well, mannered staff, nothing was too much trouble for them. Bedrooms we nice and big , good side bedroom with safe and fridge and plenty of hanging and drawer space. Wine, water and fruit in the room on arrival which was a lovely touch. Big balcony to sit outside we had the kids play area and a dude view of the pool. Bed ok, pillows not that soft but we got used to them over the week. Spare pillow in the wardrobe and blanket. Towels changed everyday , rooms kept very clean. Pool towels every day. Plenty of plug sockets for hairdryers etc, hair dyer in the bathroom and shaving socket. No tea or coffee in the rooms but you can add for them. We went all inclusive, glad we did as the drink can be expensive 30 euros for 2 gin and tonics. Food excellent buffet for all meals, can have a toastie or bagett at ouch time from the pool bar if you didn't want buffet at lunch, afternoon tea in the pool bar if wanted. The al a carte restaurant was lovely, staff wonderful very attentive, food excellent. The hotel was incredibly relaxed, we loved it and wil defietly return one day. On our anniversary we were left a bottle of champagne I. Our room, lovely touch xx Downside: the outside pools, absolutely freezing I could not use any of them and they looked fab, ( it was October) I am ashmatic and the water just took my breath away I did try a couple of times, I used the 'indoor' pool there are 2, one pool that anyone can use which is grubby and not great, the other pool can only be used by 'Spa' people, basically you have to pay for treatments to use it. Why don't you charge say 5 euro to swim in the spa pool' It's a lovely pool but I didn't want a treatment do could not use the pool. I would return without hesitation loved the hotel and the lovely staff, we had a lovely relaxed break. Thank you very much
Half board: £ 32.44
Public parking: Free
Indoor pool: Free
Fitness centre: Free
Outdoor swimming pool: Free
Heated swimming pool: Free
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro - Diners Club
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM
The 0.5% of City Tax is already included in the rates.
Pets are not allowed.
The first Two nights may be charged by the hotel anytime after the booking for the following periods:
- From 24/4 to 28/5
- From 27/09 to 22/10
- From 29/5 to 11/06
The hotel will charge 50% of the remaining balance 14 days prior to arrival. for the following periods:
- From 12/6 to 16/07
- From 30/08 to 26/09
- From 17/7 to 30/7
- From 23/8 to 29/8
- From 31/7 to 22/8