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D'Andrea Lagoon

Marmari 85300 Greece
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#10 of 16 hotels in Marmari
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Nick wrote a review 06 Oct
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I feel bad giving this an overall 4 star but the breakdown is as follows: Facilities and staff - 5* Food - 3* The hotel itself is lovely, beautiful pool area, rooms nice and modern. I was disappointed that our room (1st floor) did not have a bath. If something is advertised as a suite, I'd expect a bath but fault on me not reading the small print. Rooms in general are very nice, slightly weird that toilets have transparent doors (couples beware....). We booked this place with the intention to go nowhere else and eat there, considering we had a similar experience at OKU in 2018 (literally across the road from this hotel and similar vibe) and really enjoyed the hotel and the food (although we revisited OKU for lunch whilst we stayed at D'Andrea and the food standard has gone down there for those looking to compare the 2 hotels). Food. I'd rank the experiences from best to worst; Lunch - nice menu but it's not cheap. We had a beautiful authentic dinner in Kos town for €35.... for a small lunch there at the hotel it would be more. I get there's a premium for eating in a 5* hotel but our night out in Kos town highlighted the poor value currently from the food in this hotel. Breakfast - generally nice but it caters too much to Western tastes, particularly English and German. Would rather more focus on Greek stuff. Most things are presented nicely but the way some stuff is presented is a bit reminiscent of a canteen/airport lounge. Take inspiration from OKU across the road who present their breakfast buffets beautifully. Dinner - this unfortunately is the worst of the food options. We went half board given the hotel is 5 star, plus we had such a positive experience with OKU across the road in 2018. The problem is the half-board dinners at D'Andrea are really variable, and it doesn't feel like much care is given to half-board diners. Options are presented on a piece of paper where not much care has gone into making things sound appetizing (again, OKU did this much better). Plus being half-board we found the way some meals were presented again were akin to getting something out of a school canteen (soups for example served every night were all pretty bland, potato heavy and felt like an after-thought). If feels like there is not much attention paid at all to these guests. So one night we got tired of this and tried a la carte but this was a mistake. It took them 45 minutes to serve us a Greek mezze starter, where funnily enough most of the ingredients were probably pulled from the half-board buffet. Overall disappointing and not worth it. The hotel also does a sushi menu. We didn't try it but I saw many of the dishes on the passe to put me off, it looks amateur at best (this is based on my experience of living and eating out in London). Again, I'd rather the hotel stop trying to cater to Western tastes all the time and just focus more on what Greek food has to offer. So if there's any recommendation for staying at this hotel, my only suggestion is rent a car so you can explore other dining options ('Never on Sundays' [translated from Greek] for example in Kos town is fantastic, authentic and a fraction of the price). If the food gets to the same level as the hotel and other facilities, we would definitely return.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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SaraBrussels wrote a review Sep 2021
Brussels228 contributions138 helpful votes
Just back from Kos. Overall a good experience! We know perfection is rare; but here are some remarks : Positive : Beautiful resort/amazing architecture/tasteful decoration/high tech rooms/comfy bedding - manicured gardens - nice staff Negative : Before our arrival I asked the hotel to book us a room far from the reception as I read there might be some noise. Upon arrival we were allocated a room in the first "bloc" - it was not possible to make any changes. I know my husband for over 30 years but we need complete privacy when using the toilet --) an open plan bathroom with glass door toilet is really disturbing. The WIFI is TERRIBLE ! Only on one morning we were able to use it properly. If you occasionally need it for business purposes you definitely need to use the 4G. The TV reception is poor and most of the channels are for the German guests. On some days we were disturbed by the loud music - sometimes till 1 am in the morning. ... We do not accept that the hotel is imposing this to its guests. We came to recharge our batteries and expect from an adults only hotel to be quiet. At one point we saw the director "hoovering" around but never said hello to any guest. We found this not very professional. PS: we always take B & B - rent a car and eat in typical Greek restaurants/tavernas where you really enjoy good Greek food You definitely need a car as the hotel is isolated But as I said; perfection doesn't exist - but wanted to share our experience
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Date of stay: September 2021
Room Tip: Ask for a room far away from reception
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Stamatios X wrote a review Aug 2021
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We arrived and already at the reception we were welcomed by lovely people who explained us a lot about the hotel and the island. They gave us amazing tips for what to do in the hotel and on the island. We tried to do as much as possible but the hotel was so nice that 2 of the 5 days staying there we were laying at the poolside being lazy. The hotel itself is amazingly designed with a lot of wood and marbel/onyx elements that is exactly our taste and the gardens were amazing and very good taken care of. We had the pool swim up room with our own sunbed right in front of our terrace. The room itself is very modernly designed and has the wood and marble/onyx elements as well. We ordered drinks while sunbathing to our room, they were quick at making them and bringing them to our room. Everybody was very kind and friendly. While going to have a snack or have dinner at the amazing restaurant we saw the hotel manager who was greeting us and coming to us to ask us if we are OK, we felt like a VIP of the hotel, but he did it with everyone there. We found it amazing and got to experience a very humane but still amazing level of service throughout our stay there. The food and the drinks were amazing as well. The breakfast had a huge variety of baked goods and fresh fruits. You could eat healthy or just enjoy the freshly baked sweets. We tried a lot of cocktails and all of them were tasteful, even the wine that was suggested by the waiter/sommelier was amazing. It was a regional wine from Kos and it fitted perfectly with our a la carte selected dinner. Overall our stay was one of the best and one of the most relaxing stays we ever had, and we had a lot. The people greet you always with a warm "kalimera" and "kalispera" which mean goodmorning and good day. If you are searching for a relaxed stay that everything is taken care and you want an amazing level of service THIS is your Hotel. Kind regards, St.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Giorgia wrote a review Jul 2021
41 contributions49 helpful votes
Location: amazing . Resort is 5 stars very nicely organized. Rooms are clean and large Staff: they are all very nice and this is for sure a value add. Receptionists, weiters, cleaning staff, etc... All very kind and always polite Price: we booked with booking.com half board and on my point of view was a great deal To improve: wi fi is unstable and also tv is not working properly; kitchen at the restaurant is not at the level of a 5 stars hotel. Breakfast has a very good choice. Some more services in the beach like sup or other games will be great to have. I also think they could make available for free some basic bicycles for the guests as the resort in not very close to villages
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Date of stay: July 2021
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kathy mijnsbergen wrote a review Jul 2021
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1 contribution
Been here for a week! Honestly, best hotel we have ever been! The rooms are amazing, especially the swim-up! Staf and restaurant are very good, for fair prizes! Pool azure blue, perfect clean and refreshing. And, there is a beautiful beach which is private for hotel guest, including service! Would recommend this hotel to everybody! Special thanks to Maria to be the kindest and most hospitable person we have met! See you next year definitely. Best regards, Kathy and Bart
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$155 - US$421 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
GreeceSouth AegeanDodecaneseKósMarmari
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Frequently Asked Questions about D'Andrea Lagoon
Which popular attractions are close to D'Andrea Lagoon?
Nearby attractions include Memories Bar (5.6 km), Paleo Pili (6.2 km), and Lagada Beach (5.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at D'Andrea Lagoon?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at D'Andrea Lagoon?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to D'Andrea Lagoon?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gyros Grill by Vassilis, Palapanis - O'ti Na 'Nai, and Alchimion.
Are there opportunities to exercise at D'Andrea Lagoon?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to D'Andrea Lagoon?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Paleo Pili (6.2 km).