Only just got round to writing a review on this hotel but hope you find it worth the wait.
The Hotel is clean, there is always a cleaner around somewhere to ensure it stays that way, especially in the loos. The rooms are always clean. Towels and fresh linen applied as often as you want. It is a very modern looking hotel and the rooms are very modern. This is an adult only hotel but if you want privacy you are only separated by a frosted glass partition within the bathroom. Although the loo itself does have a door for privacy. The rooms are very spacious so you are not on top of one another. All the rooms face the sea/pool. Remember the hotel is built on the hillside, so if you have difficulty in walking then email the hotel and ask for a lower room (as I did and they were most accommodating). We didn't have the best view but could still see the sea and the pool. There are two additional restaurants besides the main one, a Chinese and an Italian. We didn't think much to the Italian but thoroughly enjoyed the Chinese. The main restaurant was very nice. Plenty of choice at all sittings. We enjoyed the meals on offer, even if we did have a lot of salads (but that was our choice). Would have liked to have a choice of cold meats with the salad at lunchtime. There is supposed to be a dress code for evening meal, but it would be nice if some people just took a little bit of trouble in 'scrubing up'. Then the Maitre 'd didn't bother so, not much you can do about it. There isn't a lot of evening entertainment, so be prepared to amuse yourselves. About 3 times a week. The bar is good and you will get all the local branded drinks (NOT brand names) included in the all inclusive. Remember after 11pm at night you will have to pay for any drinks. In addition you have to pay for Cocktails. 5.50 Euro. Michael and Theodora will look after you. The pool is large and there isn't really any need to reserve beds (although people do) as there are enough for everyone, including an umbrella, one between two. If you want to go onto the beach, there are beds and umbrellas there. The beach is shingle/sand and not very wide. Be careful about going into the sea, if you have any beach footwear then bring them as getting into the sea needs a lot of care as it is rocky. The beach is the otherside of the road (only a narrow road) and you have to walk back into the hotel to use the loos or get drinks. Could maybe do with something portable down on the beach. Would also like to see loos/changing area around the poolside, otherwise you have to again, go into the hotel to use. When we were leaving after our holidays they were trying to clean-up the beach and make it look smart so maybe now it may look good.
The hotel is just outside the village of Kardamena but the walk is on the flat and takes around 10/15 mins (depending on mobility). The village has all the usual tourist shops, souvenirs, Bars etc. Would we go back? - Possibly, then the world is a very large place and there are other Islands around Greece to go to, but would definitely recommend this Hotel. The staff from the Reception, Bar, Restaurant, Cleaners etc, did make the holiday.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to our fantastic world!Defined by inspired, vibrant design, and located along the south coastline of Kos Island, Carda Beach is the setting for the most playful Escape. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Carda Beach Kardamena
- Hotel Carda Beach
- Sentido Carda Beach Atlantica Kos/Kardamena