Boasting unrivaled views of the Aegean Sea, the Sani Club Resort and Spa is a luxury accommodation on Greece’s West Coast. Air conditioned rooms feature modern furnishings, private patios, flat screen televisions, and minibars. Childcare services, kid’s clubs, and a supervised kiddie pool will keep tiny travelers occupied while their parents indulge in a spa treatment, or visit the Turkish bath. The onsite Ouzerie restaurant serves traditional Greek dishes and the Olympos BUffet offers a variety of international dishes. Kid’s menus are available. PADI diving curses are taught at the resort, and snorkel and dive excursions are available.
Our Editor Loves
- Professional childcare services
- Beachfront living
- Separate kid's pools
- Water Sports
- Children Programs
- Free Wi-Fi
- Kids' Pool
- Kids' Theme Meals
- Onsite Dining
We couldn’t resist a fourth visit to Sani, and we went on 4th October for a week, this time we stayed at Sani Club, the reason was the choice we had with TUI and availability. We loved Sani Beach Hotel as well, they are both wonderful and we couldn’t pick a favourite. On check in we were given a free room upgrade which was lovely and very much appreciated.
At Sani Beach Hotel you are within walking distance of the Marina and the Garden Theatre but staying at Sani Club there is a shuttle bus every 20 mins that takes you to the Marina and the Beach but you can walk along the beach to the Marina and through Sani Dunes during the day but as the water reaches up to the wall when the tide is in I wouldn’t recommend this at night.
At Sani Club we were warmly welcomed by Lia the guest relations manager who was so pleased to see us again and if she had a few minutes we would sit and have a chat, nothing was too much trouble. Lia organised a hire car for us and she gets the best price. We were also warmly welcomed by Boris and Atanas in the restaurant, such lovely guys who work very hard, are very efficient and spoilt us by giving us glasses of complimentary fizz or glass of wine. Yet again nothing was too much trouble. The food is always plentiful and lots of choice. All the staff work hard to ensure your stay is the best experience.
We went over to the Sani Beach one evening to catch up with Thanos one of the managers,some of the staff remembered us from our visit in May. It was as lovely to see them and feel so welcome.
We made use of the Dine around option and we ate at the Asian restaurant which was delicious. We also dined at Tomata which is our new favourite, they don’t have the set menu so you use your daily allowance of €25 towards your meal, we were caught out on the size of the portions and our starters were enough on their own so by the time we had mains we were stuffed, the waiter came over once we had finished and offered us a complimentary desert, not wishing to offend we asked if we could share one and we were so relieved when he said yes. Next time we go we said we would go twice, once for a starter and maybe desert and the second visit for a main and perhaps a desert. The Pines Restaurant at Sani Club is also one of our new favourites, the sunsets from here are amazing and the food is delicious, they pride themselves on local fresh produce, we went there for breakfast on our last day and would definitely go back.
Macaroni and Vosporous are also very nice.
We didn’t go to the Garden theatre this time but we went to the White Night at Bousoulas beach bar, everyone dresses in white so make sure you have your outfit ready. The dancers put on a a great show, however the choice of music the DJ played was less than desired, nevertheless a great night had by all.
We hired a car for a couple of days as the weather was not good, we had one day off torrential rain and the next day was dull so we drove to Thessalonika to the Mediterranean Cosmos which is a shopping mall, there are a good variety of main stores and shops, plenty of places to eat and ideal for rainy days. The next day we went to the lovely Greek village of Afytos, we had a walk around the cobbled streets and sat and had lunch in the cafe/bar Aygora, there are many to choose from you are spoilt for choice. After lunch we had a walk around, if you go around the back of the main square you come to the most amazing views across the peninsula, you can also walk down the hill to the beach but it is a big hill to walk up. We finished off with a delicious ice cream from the gelato across from the church.
After our lovely week we came home and we have booked to go again in May. We talk about going somewhere else and we have a good look at other places but we love it at Sani and for us with our busy lives we know when we get there we can relax. We have made some friends there as well as meeting some other lovely people on holiday who are also planning to go back.
fantastic resort built within a small exclusive harbour. Fabulous restaurants and facilities (especially water facilities). Bumped into a few high profile celebrities whist at the beach pool. Fabulous little secret of a place to visit. For me personally it was one of the nicest (if not the nicest Greek resort that I have stayed in.