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Reviewed 25 August 2012

We (Me, my partner and 5 year old son) stayed here in 2011. We booked our holiday through Qwerty and this was not the hotel we had originally chosen (DO NOT book your holiday with Qwerty they spoiled ours).

We were happy with the accommodation but found that we were the ONLY English family staying in the resort. The other residents were all German - I am not not racist and am open minded but at times we felt incredibly intimidated and were made to feel unwelcome by the other holiday makers. My son made friends with a little German boy and his family were very friendly but even the eastern european entertainment team found the majority of holiday makers unfriendly and hard work.

Overall the hotel is good but unfortunately it was dominated by one nationality and not a variety

Date of stay: September 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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2  Thank vickir390
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Reviewed 16 August 2012

We (two parents and an eight year old boy) have just returned from this fantastic resort. Before we left for the holiday I read mixed so I was somewhat bemused as to what to expect. So, here's the deal in six points: 1. Excellent service from the whole staff group. 2. Huge range of nicely prepared and cooked food. 3. Hardly any English people so privacy was great. 4. Friendly and polite guests. 5. Good entertainment / activities which were entirely optional. 6. Great facilities from pools to tennis courts.
Yes the accommodation was basic. However, it was cleaned everyday with fresh towels and linen. The resort was family oriented so fairly peaceful after 11pm.
All in all, a must for a family holiday

Date of stay: August 2012
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12  Thank Catherine W
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Reviewed 21 July 2012

We got back yesterday from our holiday at the Princess of Kos hotel. Overall we had a lovely holiday, but I felt I needed to write this honest review so you know what to expect. Not many British people go to this hotel, there were only 12 of us. The food is very repetitive and is one of the worst 4 star hotels we have been to for food, it is more like 3 star, not a lot of choice. The bedrooms are okay, but the bathrooms need updating as more 3 star than 4 star, but the shower worked well, although flooded the bathroom every time. Also the all inclusive drinks are a disappointment, only a choice of 6 spirits and beer and if you would normally drink Malibu, be prepared to have to pay for it and no local schnaps either and no cocktails included. The soft drinks are very sweet and no diet or light drinks. Also if you go to watch the evening entertainment in the theatre you can only have beer or soft drinks, they do not put the spirits there, so you have a 5 minute walk back to the main hotel to get your drink and walk another 5 minutes back. The all inclusive is also self service drinks. In the photos they show a swim up bar, this is no longer there (well it is but completely empty) as is obviously redundant now that the drinks are all self service. The evening entertainment was no better or worse than other 4 star hotels, just the normal. In the evening you are allowed to wear anything in the restaurant, men wearing vest tops and football shorts, although notice on door saying men should wear long trousers for dinner, but they do not enforce this. Personally I think it is nice to dress for dinner, but this is of course personal choice. I think long shorts are okay, especially as it is so hot. On the photos it also shows a bar on the beach, but this is also no longer there, so if you are on the beach you have to walk back to the pool bar to get your drinks. The town is a 45 minute walk along the beach and there is only a few bars and tavernas there, but worth a visit and a nice walk. You can catch a bus to Kos Town near the hotel, but this hotel is really in the middle of nowhere. There is a good bar at the end of the driveway where we went most evenings when the all inclusive finised at 11pm. Also if you go out of the hotel onto the beach and turn left there is the Bravo Restaurant where the food is very good. On a positive note everything was very clean and tidy, the staff were friendly and helpful. There are two pools and they were both lovely and no fight for sunbeds. You could either eat in the Taverna by the pool or main restaurant. The days they do bbq at lunchtime, the food is good. We went on the three island tour, which we would recommend - a great, long day out and very reasonable at 30 euros each including lunch and pick up from hotel. Hope you find this helpful.

Date of stay: July 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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22  Thank Claire P
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Reviewed 20 July 2012

I am just back from the Princess of Kos, a hotel complex which offers all inclusive stays at a reasonable price. Guests are from across Europe which adds to the feel of being abroad, all of the staff speak excellent English and are very helpful. The hotel has its own beach, and the sunset photo opportunities are amazing. You will be able to find what you are looking for at the Princess of Kos, if you want to fully engage in the activity programme find yourself a sun bed at the beach pool, if relaxation is more your scene then stick to the pool near the main bar and reception. For me the only slight downside was the lack of traditional cooked Greek cuisine, the food was ample and good though, if slightly repetitive. You would not want more choice for breakfast! If you want to venture further afield than the hotel, there is an excellent bus service to Kos town, from the main road, about a 10 minute walk from the hotel tickets are inexpensive and service is excellent. Whilst you are there, be sure to wander down to the beach at sunset, it provides photo opportunities not to be missed.

Date of stay: July 2012
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3  Thank ExrepNorthLondon
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Reviewed 2 July 2012

We spent there a short family vacation of 7 days (I have 2 kids: a 3 years old boy and 1 year old girl).
The beach is nice, with sand, one of the best on the island of Kos.

But there are some small things that make the experience on this hotel not one of the best. First of all, there is no bar or a place to get something to drink on the beach. You have to walk to the closest pool to have a drink.
Then even if you are all inclusive, they ask you to pay for the beach. I do not understand what is this fee for, it is 5 Euro per day per family that must be paid cash every day, it is not possible to put it on your room and pay it at the end of your vacation.
One more annoying issue was related to a baby cot that we found in our room for the one year old kid. They ask us to pay for it. It is the first time when we have to pay for the baby cot in all inclusive vacations.
It would be a good idea to include all these small fees in the vacation price and once arrived there not bother you with them.

Also one of the small things that makes us unhappy was the fact that the bar in the main lobby area was closed during the day. They only open it in the evening.

The animation was too noisy and not funny in my oppinion, not even for the kids.

The pools area are clean, the pools are nice. The place is relaxing.

Special thanks to the restaurant or food manager (however they call his job), this guy was there all the time coordinating all the restaurant staff, and taking care of everything. We were impressed, he new exactly what his job is about and manages to do it perfect.
By the way, the food was good, we found every day nice food for us and also for kids, specially the fresh watermelon that my boy and my wife enjoyed every day :)

We made many photos that can be found here:

http://www.pupezele.ro/v/2012/Iunie_vacanta_in_Kos_Grecia/

Date of stay: June 2012
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12  Thank escu
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