It’s all included at Ikos Resorts

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Take indulgence and luxury to new levels at the hotel group’s seven properties in Europe

Ikos Resorts likes to do things a little differently in the all-inclusive market. Of course, guests can take advantage of Michelin-chefcurated unlimited dining, premium spirits and wines, sports, kids’ and teens’ clubs and a minibar that’s refreshed daily, all at no extra cost.

But that’s not all – the fun extends outside the resort too. Local drive adventures and culture passes are available for guests who wish to explore the area, while those keen to dine out at a local restaurant can do so too. And the best bit? It’s all included in the price of the holiday.

Spanish sunshine

Ikos Andalusia on the Costa del Sol boasts contemporary-style accommodation, including new Deluxe Suites and Four Bedroom Villas, which come with a private pool and gym. Guests can access the beach, where they can enjoy yoga and non-motorised watersports.

Meanwhile, at Ikos Porto Petro in Majorca, five pools await, along with five à la carte restaurants, and The Market, an Ikos take on an international food hall.

Glorious Greece

On the sunny shores of Corfu, Ikos Dassia and Ikos Odisia are both studded with restaurants, bars and beachfront activities.

Rooms and suites come with private pools or scenic views, and 24-hour room service is included, as it is at all Ikos Resorts, to cater for guests’ every need. New Peruvian restaurant Azul will soon join Ikos Odisia’s line-up of diverse eateries.

As well as Greek cuisine, Ikos Dassia has restaurants spanning Italian, French and Asian. In Kos in the Aegean Sea, Ikos Aria offers beach bars and live entertainment, with activities ranging from cycling to windsurfing.

Guests can make use of the local drive experience to explore the island’s rugged beauty in a Tesla, stopping by some of the local attractions, while an evening can be spent in a traditional taverna.

Highlights of Halkidiki

At Ikos Olivia, guests can expect beachfront bliss and endless adventure. New dining options include The Garden restaurant and, coming soon, three teppanyaki stations at Anaya, while the Deluxe Bar, with its sunset deck, is the perfect spot to wind down.

Over at Ikos Oceania, guests can stroll the landscaped gardens or relax on a Blue Flag beach with views of Mount Olympus. There are family suites with gardens and sea views, menus curated by Michelin-starred chefs, plus plenty of wellness activities to enjoy.

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