Mitsis Blue Domes Resort And Spa
Mitsis Blue Domes Resort & Spa
Mitsis Blue Domes Resort and Spa is located on the wonderful Greek Island of Kos, only a short walk from the bustling resort of Kardamena, overlooking a beautiful sandy beach. Mitsis Blue Domes Resort And Spa is a member of the Mitsis Premium Collection, the hotel offers an ultra-all-inclusive basis and opened it’s doors for the first time in 2010. The hotel offers a wide range of leisure facilities, superb cuisine and a large range of rooms including, bungalows, villas, family rooms, maisonettes, rooms with private pools, there really is something to suit all requirements.
Mitsis Blue Domes Exclusive Resort & Spa is a multi-award winning property offering a luxurious stay on the Greek Island of Kos. It is an ultra-all-inclusive property providing you with 9 themed a-la-carte restaurants, 6 bars with premium brand drinks available including Champagne & a private beach club with sports facilities all included.
Mitsis Blue Domes offers a wide range of gastronomic delights throughout the day with food and snacks available from 07.00 t0 01.00 in the hotels all-inclusive programme. Guests also get the option to dine in 1 of 4 special restaurants in the evening, Greek, Asian, Italian and Mexican, furthermore there are another 6 restaurants available during the day-time.
Restaurants and Eateries on site, Italian Restaurant 12.30-14.30 19.00 – 2200, Asian Restaurant 1830-2130, Ellinadiko Tavern (Greek) 1230-1500 1830-2130, Mexican Restaurant 1830-2130, Sushi Restaurant 1230-2030, Pita Corner (greek souvlaki) 1230-2030, Beeraria (International Tapas) 1230-2030, Burger Inn 1230-2030, Ouzeri (Ouzo & Mezes) 1230-2030, Pastry Corner (crepes, ice cream and pastry creations) 1030-0100, Main Bar 1000-2300, Night Bar 1800-0100, Island Pool Bar 1000-0100, Garden Pool 1000-1800, Beach bar 1000-1800, Theatre Bar (during entertainment).
The hotel has a main pool which is 650 metres long which creates 8 large pools and 6 sharing pools. Mitsis Blue Domes operates a beach and pool towel service. The hotel has a large range of leisure facilities free of charge including tennis courts, mini soccer court, pedal boats, canoes, beach volley, water polo, table tennis, billiards, darts, aerobics, games room (at extra charge), waterslides (located at Norida Beach Hotel), bridge room.
For younger children there are also plenty of facilities including outdoor and indoor playgrounds and playrooms, animation programme, children’s disco, junior club for teenagers, games room for teenagers, internet corner.
The Mitsis Blue Domes distance from airport is 12km and the hotel is located next to the Mitsis private, sandy beach. Kos is one of the most popular Greek Islands to visit. Situated in the southeastern waters of the Aegean Sea, Kos is the third largest of Greece’s Dodecanese islands and boasts no less than 290 kilometres of sandy shores and coves. With a landscape of whitewashed villages, five-star resorts and a warm, temperate climate, Kos is one of the finest places in the world to relax and catch up on some hard-earned indulgences. From the sleepy resort of Kefalos to the thriving party towns like Kardamena, a holiday to Kos offers a wealth of choice and variety.
Holidaymakers love Kos’ great weather and beaches but those are not the only reasons to visit. Kos features amazing ancient ruins like the 14th century fortress at the entrance of Kos’ main harbour. There is also ancient Agora, which was a marketplace once considered as one of the world’s largest!
The Right Choice? Kos Holidays
The beautiful island of Kos is a Greek Island in the Dodecanese, near the coast of Turkey. The island boasts immaculate beaches and dazzling waters, which makes the island a popular destination for tourists who come back year after year on holidays to Greece. People who enjoy exploring their holiday destination can do no wrong with the island’s archaeological heritage as Kos Town is surrounded by many monuments and ruins. The extensive coastline is stunning, particularly when the weather is at it’s finest, which happens to be all year round in Kos.
The island is part of a chain of mountains offering spectacular views and vistas of the surrounding Ionian Islands. Not only that but the shores of the Kos Island are washed by the waters of the Carpathian sea with some 40km of beaches surrounding the island, Kardemena is particularly popular with it’s stretch of sandy beach. Many beaches are secluded so taking a walk may lead you to find a gem which not many people flock to.
2Bookaholiday Recommends – Take a trip into Kos Town and enjoy discount shopping opportunities as well as a dose of Greek history including ‘Hippocrates’ Tree!’ If you have time to spare why not take a hydrofoil to Bodrum, just across the bay in Turkey for even more discount shopping opportunities!