Oceania Club in Halkidiki, Greece, has been qualified as the best luxury all-inclusive hotel in Europe and one of the Top 25 best luxury all-inclusive hotels in the world by TripAdvisor in its 2014 Travellers’ Choice awards.
Rated highly for its attentive personnel, outstanding accommodation and wellness facilities, the wide variety of a la carte restaurants and its extensive landscape and lawn gardens, Oceania Club has become a popular setting for its one-of-a-kind “all exclusive” experience.
The amphitheatrically located hotel is blessed with a 350m natural sandy beach and 15 acres of lush gardens as well as a wide variety of superior accommodation with many different room types.
Oceania Club set to become “Ikos Oceania”
Oceania Club will undergo a mild refurbishment of four million euros this winter and re-open on 27 March 2015 as Ikos Oceania, one of the two hotels of Ikos Resorts, a new luxury resorts brand launching in Greece as of 2015.
The hospitality brand’s second resort, the Ikos Olivia, also in Halkidiki, will open on 1 May 2015.
Ikos Resorts, supported by the American fund Oaktree Capital Management (UK) LLP and with the knowhow of Sani S.A., plans to be operating seven to 10 hotels across prime locations in Greece and the Mediterranean within the next four to five years.
According to an announcement, Ikos Resorts’ aim is to deliver the new “Infinite Lifestyle” experience in all-inclusive to the upmarket leisure traveler.
“Infinite Lifestyle focuses on both the breadth and quality of offering, and takes it to a whole new level. Infinite Lifestyle redefines the concept with elegance, authenticity and distinctive services, and underpins this with personal care and seamless service. It is firmly believed that this experience will set Ikos Resorts apart from the current offering in the Mediterranean and beyond,” the announcement read.