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Agios Fokas Kos, Psalidi 85300 Greece
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitised in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
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#2 of 19 hotels in Psalidi
Travellers' Choice
An exceptional 5 star hotel in Kos island is offering magnificent views of Aegean sea and one of the coolest infinity pools in Greece!
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Hot bath
Pool / beach towels
Infinity pool
Pool with view
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Fitness / spa changing rooms
Fitness classes
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Kid-friendly buffet
Special diet menus
Swimup bar
Poolside bar
Tennis court
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Car hire
Taxi service
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Head massage
Steam room
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Air conditioning
Private beach
Private balcony
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Flatscreen TV
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Molly F wrote a review Today
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My partner and I have done the all inclusive for 10 days and have been amazed! More than two pools including an infinity and a swim up bar. Lovely staff especially Daisy - super friendly and helpful. 10 mins away from central Kos where he enjoyed one lovely evening out with helpful recommendations from the staff. There are three restaurants, buffet, Mediterranean and Asian. All included! The drinks choice is extensive also, best all inclusive I’ve been too! Lots of cocktails etc.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Elliott B wrote a review 28 Jun
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My partner and I stayed at the hotel for 7 nights and had the most amazing time. Unfortunately I managed to cut my finger in the sea on a rock but the hotel manager Michalis and the pool attendant Ahmed were so helpful in bandaging it up and checking in on me for the remainder of our stay and making sure that we were having the best time possible. The rest of the staff were all very kind and incredibly helpful. The views from the pool are breathtaking and the ocean is crystal clear with lots of beautiful fish. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Room Tip: Best views, best service
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Philippa H wrote a review 28 Jun
Hollington, United Kingdom15 contributions6 helpful votes
Our second visit to this fabulous hotel and was even better than our first in 2019. A warm welcome from start to finish; it has been an absolute joy and we can’t wait to visit again! We were all inclusive, but could enjoy the a la carte restaurants during our stay too. Fabulous food; Asian fusion, Mediterranean and and a champagne breakfast included in our stay……book now, you won’t regret it!
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Abbie R wrote a review 28 Jun
Derby, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed here in June for 7 nights, booking through TUI. When we arrived we were greeted by a lovely man who helped us take our suitcases to our room via golf buggy after we had some welcome drinks. As we arrived late, we missed dinner so the hotel told us they had put sandwiches in our fridge which was a nice gesture. The next day we got up and had breakfast making our way down to the pool about 9:30am. All the loungers were gone… luckily we managed to find some eventually but it’s understandable they were all taken as everyone wants to get a great sunbathing view of the spectacular scenery from the infinity pool. As we were half board, we decided not to buy drinks on the holiday and stick to water, however we were shocked to find out that the only water which was given free was the original bottle of water in our room (which we drank straight away due to being hot and bothered from our 2hr coach journey). The hotel were charging €1.50 for a tiny bottle of water. We ventured to the local shop and it wasn’t much cheaper there either. At the end of the day we went to the room feeling extremely faint due to not wanting to be ripped off by the price of water! The next day we decided to upgrade to AI which was €32 per person per day extra. Seems a lot but when you factor the price of water & drinks for half board guests, it’s worth it. Well, the treatment we received now we had a wristband was incredible. Completely different experience. Anyone thinking of going half board, don’t, you’ll have a much better experience all inclusive. Staff at the pool bar extremely helpful and can’t do enough for you. The whole pool experience was so relaxing but as I said, I’d you want a sun-bed with the view (not a beanbag) then you’ll need to be up by 7am. We don’t usually reserve sunbeds but unfortunately we had to as we wanted to enjoy our holiday, if some people do it, everyone does it. The hotel do need to enforce their 45 min rule a bit more. They do aqua gym every day, however, it’s the same playlist and routine.. every..single..day… gets slightly boring. Room - we were in room 1212, it’s quite tired compared to some of the newer rooms. We had friends who let us use their room on our last day to get sorted instead of using the courtesy room and their room was much more modern, brighter, USB ports. If we knew this we would have upgraded rooms. We didn’t use the shower once as it was quite frankly awful.. however having a bath was a plus, something the newer rooms don’t have. The balcony was lovely to sit out on in the evening. The entertainment & lobby bar - WOW. Brilliant entertainment and the service in this bar is excellent. This was hands down the highlight of our evening. The Asian and the Mediterranean are fantastic. However, we both agreed the Asian is top due to the fast service. We would definitely stay again, but would consider a different room next time.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Jim wrote a review 27 Jun
Birmingham, United Kingdom1 contribution
My partner and I have just returned from 11 nights at this amazing hotel. We had a Premium Sea View Room and it was stunning, we will certainly miss waking up to those views every day. To help people with this review I will break it down: Hotel - The room was great. The bed was huge and extremely comfortable, the bathroom area was superb with a large shower and the view from the balcony was spectacular. The infinity pool was incredible and was the selling point when we booked and wow it did not disappoint, it really is amazing. I have seen some people complain about sun loungers around the pool and how they are all gone by 8 am and unfortunately this was our experience too. People tend to put their towels on the loungers at around 7-8 am but regularly do not turn up until after 10 am which is frustrating as there are signs saying this is forbidden but this is not enforced; on our final day I counted 48 loungers with towels on them (within my view) but only 7 were occupied with people at 9 am. There is also a pool near the main bar which is shallower that has comfortable loungers around them and they are generally still available up until about 10 am. There is a children's pool that was extremely quiet but as we don't have children we never went near this pool. Location The hotel is located on a hill and as such it can get quite windy but this certainly does not detract from what is an amazing location. There are steps down to a rocky beach and the sea there is good for snorkeling and relaxing. There are plenty of sunbeds available so if you don't get a lounger by the pool then I highly recommend you visit the beach and spend some time down there. The pool bar runs a smaller drinks menu than the other bars but you can still get your basic needs and the girl running the bar is cheerful and always happy to chat. The hotel is located about a 15 minute bus ride from Kos Town. Bus tickets can be purchased from the Mini Market in the hotel for 1.5 Euros per trip or on the bus itself if you have the right change. We went into Kos Town frequently and I highly recommend you make use of the bus to get out and about from the hotel for a change of scenery. Food and Restaurants Unfortunately this prevents the hotel receiving a resounding 5 stars as it really isn't great. Firstly David's Hall is the buffet restaurant where the majority of meals are taken as it is included in the All Inclusive (AI) package. Breakfast is good with a wide range of hot and cold choices available. If you go before 0830 then the Service is great and the atmosphere is relaxed. If, however, you got after this then it seems to be peak times and there is a chaotic feel. If you like your morning coffee then forget about it if you go for breakfast after 0830 as the staff can take ages to get to you and quite often forget to bring your coffee and when they do then it is usually luke warm or even cold. There are coffee machines at the main bar and pool bar so this is an alternative. We never ate in the buffet restaurant for lunch but we did use the snack bar in the Mediteranneo restaurant near the infinity pool where you can get pizza, fries and a variety of cold snacks between 12-4. The evening meal runs from 1830-2130 and again the level of service is dictated by when you choose to take your meal; peak times seem to be between 1945 and 2045 so you will wait longer for a drink at these times. The choice is good however, like anything, when you stay for longer than 7 days it can feel a bit repetitive so we ate out in Kos Town quite a bit. The 2 x A La Carte restaurants are included in the AI package but you get 1 visit to each per 7 days. The setting in both restaurants is superb, as is the Service. Both run a set menu and you choose a starter, appetiser, main and dessert. Both restaurants serve up the food quickly and presentation is impeccable. The Meditarraneo was good but we much preferred Soya, the Asian restaurant as the food was much more to our liking. Drinks and Bars There is a main bar, pool bar, and beach bar. The beach bar was covered earlier. The Pool Bar was really good and Service was quick and always with a smile. Staff do come around the pool taking drinks orders but you really have to be vocal to get their attention so we just took the short walk to the bar ourselves and got served really quickly. The main bar is very good. The Service is quick and efficient and the 2 waitresses are energetic, efficient, friendly and exceptional assets to the hotel; it is obvious to see why they are at the Main Bar as they really go the extra mile to ensure that you are never waiting for your drink to be topped up. The selection of drinks in the Main Bar is excellent and the cocktails were very good for an AI. Entertainment There is entertainment on 5 days a week at the Main Bar. Be warned that they have children's entertainment on around 8pm for about 30 minutes. I mention this because we walked in around this time on our first night to the DJ playing "Baby Shark" and some children dancing and immediately left, however that damn song is still in my head 12 days later and really starting to p*ss me off! The entertainment is mixed but the Il Divo tribute was good, as were the Legends, but the Disco is quite honestly abysmal and really is a waste of an evening so definitely avoid. Picture 1 man playing (really badly) songs that don't mix into one another, cutting them about 90 seconds through, an awful selection of songs and an empty dance floor then you're about halfway there to imagining this disaster. Recommendations We hired an ATV Buggy from Hot Bikes for 80 Euros (this can be arranged with the front desk) and this was amazing. The company pick you up from the Hotel and take you to the store where you sign an insurance form and you're on your way (you will need to take your driving licence with you). There were no hidden costs and all you have to do is return the vehicle before 7pm the same day and the company then drop you back at the hotel. We drove the length of the Island to Kefalos which took about an hour but the buggy really is fun to drive so this flew by. Once in Kefalos we stopped for a smoothie and asked the locals for good viewpoints and captured some incredible photographs from their mountainous location. We took the scenic route back and after a short stop on the sandy Paradise Beach we were on our way to Zia via Tigaki, Marmari, and Pyli. If you can take the winding roads up/down to Zia then definitely do so as the views are incredible. Zia is a must as the town is amazing and visiting there was definitely a highlight. 3 Island Tour with Barco De Pirata. This costs 25 Euros (cheaper than the alternatives) and involves a trip to 3 small islands with food (4 options, we had chicken and was very nice) on board all included in the price. The 1st stop is good for a quick dip in the sea so make sure you take swimming clothes and a towel. The 2nd stop is a market town and you can get out and about for just over an over for a coffee and stroll along the harbour. The 3rd stop is at a small private beach in incredible green sea waters. It is here that a large inflatable side is cast out from the ship and you can slide down this or jump off the sides, very fun! There is also some amazing snorkeling to be had here near where the boat docks, I think the fish must be used to getting fed from the boat as there are hundreds of them near the bough of the boat. The boat leaves from Kos Town at 10am but board early for your choice of seats; upper deck is popular but exposed to the sun however the area towards the rear of the upper deck is shaded and there are seats available there. The boat returns to Kos Town at 1730 however do not be put off by what seems a long day as the day flies by and is over before you know it! This trip is highly recommended. Summary We had a fantastic time at Michelangelo Resorts and Spa and would definitely recommend this hotel. The Premium Double Sea View Room was amazing and the views were stunning, we miss them. The infinity pool is incredible and a definite selling point. If booking this hotel then temper your expectation on food and service in the Main Bar, if you are expecting 5 star food and service then you'll be disappointed. Apart from this then everything else about our experience was 5 star and truly incredible. Like others, this was our first holiday post COVID and we couldn't have wished for a better time.
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Date of stay: June 2022
Charlotte Evans wrote a review 26 Jun
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We have just come back from our 10 night stay at this hotel. The food was really good, especially the Chinese restaurant that was within the hotel! The staff all around the hotel were really friendly and attentive. The drinks and cocktails at the bar were amazing. Dimitra and the other bar staff at the main bar were absolutely incredible, so kind and made you feel so welcome! Entertainment was really good, the singers were amazing and put on a very good show! We got the sea view room, and the view was incredible! I would definitely recommend paying extra for this room, as you may be disappointed with the view and standard of the other rooms. The only downside to this hotel is that the pools are really really cold, so we found we did not spend much time in them! Really would recommend this hotel and we will definitely be returning!
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Jules_Toni wrote a review 26 Jun
Gloucestershire, United Kingdom37 contributions30 helpful votes
We arrived for a 14-night stay on June 10th. Check-in was quick and we were in our room soon after. We had room 1327 with a sea view, partly occluded by the block in front of us. Pros- View is stunning! Definitely what sold us this holiday. The infinity pool is insanely beautiful. The pool nearer the main bar is where we spent most of our time and it was always easy to get sunbeds without being up early to "reserve" them. Staff in the main bar, particularly Magdalena during the day and Athina at night were fantastic and always served with a smile. Beds in the room were the comfiest we have ever slept on! The room was cleaned very efficiently every day and the cleaning staff were always very cheerful, despite having to work in the heat. We are not "entertainment" people as the evening shows in our experience have started very late, however, there was a show or music 5 nights a week at 8:30 pm. The Legends were particularly good. Bus access to Kos town was cheap and easy. Cons- Our room was tired and dated. The TV, furniture, kettle and power points were well worn. No USB points at all even though some other rooms have them. Our bathroom was very shabby. There was limescale on the fittings and bath screen, the mirror was worn, the bath/shower mixer was poorly plumbed into the tiles with a ridiculously short hose (later rectified) and a towel rack barely hanging onto the wall. No water/soft drinks supplied in the fridge apart from a bottle when we first arrived. We stockpiled throughout the day from the bar to get round having to pay 2 euros a bottle from the shop. Restaurant service was hit-and-miss. We went several meals without being offered water or drinks and the coffee is awful/lukewarm. The food was definitely not 5-star compared to other hotels we have stayed at. The selection was varied but very random and often not very hot. Good selection of fruit and desserts but missing simple things like plain olive oil! We have never had to pay for snacks at an all-inclusive hotel anywhere in the world yet certain items at the restaurant by the infinity pool were chargeable. The drinks were generally poor quality and the beer tasted watery. The wine was grim. The amount of plastic used by the hotel is crazy for an "Eco" hotel. Reusable bottles/cup and water stations would be far greener. While the infinity pool is amazing, you couldn't get a bed after 8 am. The 45-minute rule was definitely not enforced while we were there. Due to its location, there are many steps around the hotel and to the beach which will not suit everyone. Overall, we enjoyed ourselves. We may have been unfortunate to have been given a room that hasn't been refurbished yet and that is what has influenced this review. Unfortunately, added to the food and drink issues, we won't be back.
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Date of stay: June 2022
NKM_1993 wrote a review 25 Jun
Rochester, United Kingdom37 contributions23 helpful votes
Highlights: - Beautiful superior sea/pool view room - modern, cleaned every day, plenty of towels etc. But you do need to pay extra to upgrade to this. - Buffet food is very good in David's Hall. Always a good selection of puddings, a different meat/fish every day, lots of lovely salads. Different themed nights. If you're AI you also get a visit to Soya Asian and the Mediterranean restaurant. I would recommend booking this as soon as you arrive as these get booked up very quickly. Improvements needed: - Not enough shower gels, hair washes ect. provided for one person for a week, let alone a couple. - We had to get maintenance to check our air conditioning unit because the output wasn't that of a typical a/c unit. Therfore, once your room has been cleaned I would recommend, putting one key in the door unit which controls the power all day and taking the spare out with you to keep the air con on otherwise you'll be uncomfortable when you return for many hours. - A blind needs to be put up in the toilet. Great blackout curtains to the sea/terrace but the light just comes through the toilet window. - They do not enforce the 45 minute rule by the infinity pool and people were leaving their towels down from 5.45am and wouldn't return until 10/10.30 which wasn't fair on others. They only enforced this rule on 1 day out of 7. - The cocktails and drinks on AI are rubbish. They clearly use cheap alcohol and pour coke from 2l. Bottles which isn't acceptable for a 5* in my opinion - coke was flat. Cocktails were syrupy, in tiny glasses. Again, for a 5* we expected more. - More needs to be done to reduce plastic consumption for a self proclaimed 'eco' friendly hotel - they use bottled water for everything and must use thousands a day. At least get a water fountain and provide re-usable plastic cups. - Before you book AI note that the menus for all the restaurants and bars are misleading. We assumed that everything with a gold stone was included. However pretty much everything has a gold stone but the majority of the time this just means you get a discounted price for something which goes against 'all inclusive'. - The service can be rubbish. We had to ask for drinks at mealtimes on several occasions as the wait staff kept forgetting us. Again, we asked reception to collect our bags twice on our last day (which they offer), but nobody turned up so we gave up waiting in the end and walked. Down by the infinity pool, one of the waiters pops around and asks you if you'd like drinks but the other, sits on her phone at the bar and occasionally comes around to collect drinks. Overall verdict: Good food, lovely infinity pool but would we return? Probably not.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Natasha R wrote a review 25 Jun
London, United Kingdom41 contributions50 helpful votes
The only thing that really lets this hotel down is the standard of the bedrooms. We had a partial sea view, which was lovely, however the bathroom was very dated and in bad shape. There was a broken towel rail, the shower door had gone mouldy and the mirror was tatty around the edges. We had two rooms due to a family holiday, and the other room was much brighter as it had white walls rather than three different types of wallpaper that made the room feel really dark. We asked to be moved, and were shown almost identical rooms so we didn’t move. We were unable to pay for an upgrade due to the hotel being full. Pros - the view from this hotel is incredible . The infinity pool is simply amazing - food was great - we’re vegetarian and plenty of options. Loved both a La carte restaurants - the staff were so so kind and always made a huge effort - kids club and mini disco were great for our baby - huge effort made for our daughter’s birthday with a cake and well wishes for her day Cons - hotel is built on a huge hill so if you have mobility needs or a pram, it’s almost impossible to get anywhere without encountering steps. They offer a golf cart to help drive you around but some areas still require steps - quality of rooms - main restaurant could do with aircon Would we return? Absolutely - but we would pay for an upgrade
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
Anna H wrote a review 25 Jun
3 contributions2 helpful votes
Really enjoyed my 10 night stay here. The infinity pool was excellent and plenty of sun beds. Room was good and cleaning staff were very efficient, but I would have thought a minibar should be standard not just a fridge with one bottle of water in it. Food was very nice with good choices. We particularly enjoyed the Asian restaurant where the food was exceptional. My only issue was the level service in the buffet restaurant. In the morning you had to wait a long time before anyone would offer you coffee and in the evening plates were stacking up without being cleared after each course. Having said that the two girls that waited on in the bar were superb. They were attentive enthusiastic and very friendly - a credit to the hotel 👍. The entertainment was good, especially the three tenors however they were on twice during my stay as were other acts. I would have expected more variety. I would recommend going to kos town as there is plenty to see and do. The bus picks up just outside the hotel and is cheap enough. All in all it was an enjoyable holiday but if I didn’t know otherwise I would have rated the hotel 4 to 4+. Not quite a 5* for me
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Michelangelo Resort & Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Nearby attractions include Artemis Heaven Beach Bar (7.5 km), Ammos Beach-Cocktail Bar (2.1 km), and Ag. Theodoti Beach (4.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, a swimup bar, and free wifi.
Which room amenities are available at Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Stavlisio Steak House, Alchimion, and Sofra Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Michelangelo Resort & Spa have airport transportation?
Yes, Michelangelo Resort & Spa offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Michelangelo Resort & Spa?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Michelangelo Resort & Spa offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.