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Ikos Oceania Ready for Action After €27m Makeover

Holidays in Halkidiki, northern Greece, can’t get any better following a 27-million-euro makeover of Ikos Resorts‘ very own Ikos Oceania, which opens its doors to guests next month.

Boasting 290 rooms, 22 family suites and 18 junior suites with spectacular views to the Aegean and Mt Olympus, the Ikos Oceania is back compete with an impressive range of enhancements and a much wider choice of accommodation options aligned with Ikos Resorts Infinite lifestyle all-inclusive concept, which has proven to be highly popular with guests thanks to its Michelin-starred cuisine, 24-hour room service, branded drinks, 300 wine labels, catered spa treatments, waiter service by the pool and beachside, and its dine-out discovery experience.

“Following the unparalleled success of the Ikos Infinite Lifestyle concept, we are fully committed to continuously developing and improving all aspects of the Ikos experience. In doing so, we continue to support members of the community, help advance the local economy and contribute to the ongoing development of Greek tourism,” said Andreas Andreadis, CEO Ikos Resorts, also president of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE).

Demonstrating its commitment to outstanding value, Ikos Oceania clinched second spot in the 2016 Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice awards in the Αll Inclusive Resorts Europe and the Mediterranean category (sixth on the international list).

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