We spent a week at the resort this August/September and were traveling as 2 couples. We selected rooms (1 x swim up and 1 x junior suite) in the adult's only area, which turned out to be a great move. All rooms in the 5000/6000/7000 blocks are either "enjoying" the full amphitheater entertainment until late at night with no option of escape or they have the day activities by the activity pool. The resort itself is very new and very clean. Rooms are great although we found that it is worth to invest on a swim up room or suite. They make quite a difference. The beach is great - we had read the comments from other travelers about how to get into the water and can confirm that it is good advice to take shoes with you - but other than that - the beach and water are what to expect from a Greek island and the water is simply great. Some of the other travelers mentioned that the sun chairs are not all that comfortable and we can confirm that. This goes for all sun chairs - by the beach and by the pool and in the rooms. The only ones that actually have somewhat of a cushion are the ones for the beach cabanas you can rent at Euro 25 per day.
The reason the resort didn't score more than average for us was the fact that it is simply not made for couples or non-family travelers. All of the entertainment is dedicated towards families which is fine - but they made most of the crowd and you will find that having dinner can be quite chaotic with all the kids around. We were told that at the restaurant there is an adult only area - but you should have seen it, inside, about 7-8 tables right next to where the buffet was set up - no option at all. The food and drink selection in general was our biggest disappointment - we knew we were choosing an all inclusive resort, but picked 5-stars expecting it to pamper and spoil us a little. Particularly when reading about the theme restaurants like First Date and Adventure Barbecue. None of the restaurants met our expectations, they had no atmosphere (except for first date where they really tried), were lit way to brightly inside, the presentation of the food as well as the variety was far from 5-star, we were more than willing to pay for different wines or drinks but for e.g. wanting to order Prosecco - a glass wasn't possible, only a bottle and on it goes.... All the food regardless of which restaurant you picked, seemed to be coming out of the same kitchen (i.e. tasted the same). The only 2 restaurants that you could choose outside of your meal package were both "fish" restaurants, sushi und fish. So, not good for choices. The service staff was working at their hardest, but they seemed to be overwhelmed and stressed at times. The fact that at the Agean restaurant tables were moved across your head while eating, didn't help.
We also read that sport's options like Zumba were offered at least 5 times a week, which is not true. For us - it was 2 times and we could actually only join once based on the times of our departure. In general the sports activities are great - the gym could be a little larger given the size of the resort.
The Spa was very well managed and we enjoyed 2 massages and found our little haven of tranquility.
If you are traveling as a couple - we suggest to travel off season and to make sure to book an adult only room (2000er block) - for a junior suite the best choice is 2316 because it is at the end of everything and you are more or less on your own.
If you are asking us if we would return to the resort? Our answer would be "no" - we can see that it is great for kids/families (assuming you speak English) - but would much rather invest the money in a real 5-star hotel and be more open on our food and beverage choices. Which in all fairness we didn't expect from an all inclusive resort - but a little more quality and variety would have been great. So, only average in terms of value for money.