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Porto Sani Village
5.0 of 5 Hotel   |   Sani 63077 , Greece   |  
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“5* star for young couple on first time trip with infant”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 9, 2009

Reviews already say it all so won't add too much. Just to add that as a young couple used to 5* star travels before our baby came along - we researched over and over and wanted a resort that had it all... and this place ended up being perfect! Private beautiful beach, grocery store with baby items, roomy suite, plenty of pool space and loungers, quality food in the marina, access to indoor spa pool in morning with baby, etc. the list goes on. It was so good that we've taken that never-before-step of going back to book next year's trip to this same place.

Note we went first week in May which was a bit of a gamble with the weather, but it ended up perfect (only rained first day)... going early also allowed for a substantial discount.

  • Stayed May 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 19, 2009

We returned to Porto Sani Village this June with 3 young children for our second visit. The rooms have been refurbished to a high standard and couldn't be faulted. The small kitchens have been removed but they provided a microwave on request for baby milk and said we were free to use the mini bar fridge for anything we liked e.g. yogurts from the on site supermarket. Service was impeccable as before. It was pleasantly warm - 28oC most days - and we found both the pools and sea to be warm especially in the late afternoon.
The kids had a great time around the hotel pool area where almost everyone had young children. Family splash time in the indoor spa pool has been abandoned and this is now an unheated adult pool, free of charge.
The beaches were great as before. PSV guests are advised to use the Sea You Up beach but we found this to have quite a lot of seaweed and preferred the Asterias beach and Boussolas beach where loungers could be reserved for you at PSV reception in advance, again no extra charge.
We visited Melissa Mini Club which is about a 10-15 minute walk (near Sani Beach Hotel) and found the staff to be very friendly but didn't leave the kids as they operate different age group activities and our 2 older children would have been spilt up. Melissa is dated and the outdoor areas extremely hot and largely unshaded. We felt that a refurbishment was called for, and it would also be nice to have some play areas within the grounds of Porto Sani Village.
We took the half board option and visited most of the restaurants on the dine around programme. The evening food in the main hotel restaurant, Artemis, was a big let down this time, although breakfast was superb. Previously, the dinner starter was buffet but now all 3 courses are a la carte and we found the food to be too elaborate, trying too hard to be gourmet. Certainly not Greek. However, we enjoyed the dine around option and had excellent meals in Tomata and Macaroni, and also at the main buffet restaurant in Sani Beach Hotel. There is a set menu available in most of these marina restaurants for half board guests and this is exceptionally good value. If you opt for a la carte, they give you 20 euro per adult and 10 euro per child off the bill. Wine was generally about 30 euro a bottle but it's a 5 star hotel and therefore to be expected.
We hired bikes for our kids from the mountain bike centre but at 45 euro a week each, it's not a cheap option if you need several bikes!
Overall, we had a fantastic holiday and would be delighted to return. Let's hope they sort out the evening food in the main hotel restaurant, as previously, it was very good.

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 7, 2009

This was our fourth time to the resort which I guess this is a thumbs up in itself. In fact most of the guests are repeat guests and it is not uncommon to see familar faces year after year from all nationalities all over the resort.

This is a family resort so for those who are allergic to children it may be wise to seek an alternative holiday. For those with children this is paradise. Every whim from my 10 and 7 year old sons were taken care of, from day activities to food requests. Did not use the Mellissa midget club so cannot comment.

The staff and facitilities here are first class and are probably the best I have ever come across. Considering the size of the complex (it is vast) the place is immaculate and well maintained. Everyone is made to feel welcome and nothing is too much trouble. This is an excellent place to come if you have children. I cannot add to what has already been said by other families.

There is never a problem getting a place around the pool, the pool is a lagoon type with plenty of space for everyone and their needs. Two private beaches to choose from with reserved beds and a golf buggy to take you if you feel lazy or like us have dingy, buckets, lilos etc to carry for the kids. The beach is spacious unlike the hotel area. In fact hotel guests are not permitted on the private beach and get evicted politely and very quickly.

Rooms are spotless and large compared to other hotels. Bathrooms are on the large size with two basins, jacuzzi bath and walk in shower. Ground floor suites tend to have more outside room.

There are two tips I would give.

First is for those who are thinking of going Bed and Breakfast. Do not do it unless you like to waste money. That option is fine if like me you have a car and can travel to a nice taverna some 10 kilometers away. Most English and Germans are stuck and will have to pay on the spot prices which are higher than the prebookable ones.

The second concerns the Dine around program. The Artemis restaurant is excellent catering for toddlers through to adults and the service is first class. The menu is fairly extensive so not a lot of repetition. If you have a family of 4 the value of this meal is worth in the region of 150 euros per night without drinks. Therefore prebooking the half board option makes sense. However the Dine around value when you go out of the restaurant to the marina is only worth 60 euros a la carte for 2 adults and 2 children. If there are four of you will have to top this up and it will not be cheap even with a 20% discount for Porto Sani guests. There is another option and thats to swap your meal in the Artemis and go for the set menu in the other resturants. DO NOT DO THIS!!!! The restaurants around the marina in my opinion are dire for the set menus. The Italian restaurants pizzas are dreadful and The Tomata restaurant I would not serve my dog the food. I did not try the other ones as I was already too afraid to try them. This is only my families opinion though.

Therefore stick with the Artemis and you will not be disappointed. I did complain to the manager and they have said it is something that they are looking into and I am not the only one to complain about the system and the set menus.

All of this though is not cheap. High season on a half board basis with drinks and lunch etc and you will not get much change out of 7K euros for 14 nights with 2 children and that does not include flights so beware (I drive from Bulgaria so cannot comment on flight prices). What I would say though is that although it appears to be expensive it is great value and an outstaning place to holiday.

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 5 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 6, 2009

We spent 10 days (mid June) at the Porto Sani Village, and i must say it was a very pleasant surprise. It wasn't my first choice, i had wanted to book the Asteria Suites on the sea front, but it was full. However, apart from the lack of sea view , i believe we had the better hotel for our circumstances.

Incidentally, we booked through Sovereign, and they told me i COULD expect a seaview or marina view at the Porto, but this was utter rubbish. Still, our view was pleasant. We met quite a few people who had booked through a company called Tots Too, and they had got a much better rate than us, so if you are interested in this place, probably worth getting a quote from them.

The hotel is lovely, great suites, and there is a beautiful poolside bar.
We felt like they were catering for a particular people group- people who are used to up-market holidays, but now have young kids in tow. In this way, it has some similarities to The Almyra in Cyprus (which i have stayed twice at). Infact, a lot of people we met at the Porto had been to the Almyra in the last year or two, which we thought was kind of interesting: beautiful design(ish) hotel that's young children friendly.

The pools were a big success with the boys, there is one which is really shallow, and they messed around in it happily all day. As the previous reviewer said, they have a box of water toys, boards, rubber rings etc (like the Almyra!) which you can borrow which was brilliant.

Babysitting- you can have someone from Melissa MiniClub for 5-10 euro an hour, Claire was excellent, ask for her! Some girls better than others. We used the girls from Reception mostly, they were great.

The staff, particularly the front desk, were fantastic, really amazing service, and nice people i think! Glamorous young things;)

We were staying on a Bed and Breakfast package, and the service at breakfast was mixed. Some great people and one or two who just looked naffed off to even be there. I did not get a coffee on our last breakfast as the service was so slow, and we had to leave for airport. That was a bit annoying!

Food in the evening- it's great to walk out around the Marina.
SEA YOU UP is an absolute must, both the bar and the restaurant.
It was the best meal i have ever eaten.
Tomata- not so much. A complete disappointment. Poor quality meat.

Porto Sani Village- thoroughly recommend it.
I will definitely go back!

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 29, 2009

Pretty perfect for family with little kids! Quick summary as I have always appreciated the real feedback on this site:

The suite was lovely. Big living room, fridge, minibar, tv dvd (lots of kids dvds to hire so no DVD player/dvds needed!). Big bedroom. Cot on wheels, easy to move from room to room as necessary. Big garden with terrace, sofas, chairs, sunbeds - not blocked off though so have to keep an eye on them. Balconies much smaller (although easier to let them roam as can't get out). Big bathroom with double sinks, jacuzzi and big shower (big enough for daddy and splashing children).

Food very good on the whole. Not awesome in all spots but pretty good. Good buffet breakfast (plus you can order eggs, pancakes etc all fresh) all included with our half board option. Lunch we mostly had room service while our son slept (after making him sandwiches with ingredients from the supermarket, good way to cut down on costs!) - a good tip is that I would try the child's menu for adults too! the meals are a good size for lunch and nice (if plain) - fish fillet with vegies, spag bol, burgers - far too big for our 18 month old but perfect for a light lunch! Highchairs and booster seats at every restaurant. Plus kids meals (and baby mushs) at all, incl room service. No horrible chicken nuggets to be seen, but plenty to tempt a fussy eater. There are about 14 restaurants to choose from I think - some incl in the half board option, some you get a 20 euro discount and some not included at all. The included meals at the restauarnts around the meal were ok, not awesome, but I would say they were MASSIVE - four courses at the italian one and we couldn't finish half of it. The Japanese restuarant as many have said was gorgeous. Fantastic food and definately our favourite (better to get a babysitter that night) - reminscent of something in Bali or Ibiza with stunning japanese food. We ate at the Water Restauarnt too (which is at the Sani Asterias suites). Lovely location and the food eas definately amazing - michelin starred chefs - but it was quite formal. We loved having pre drinks in the bar, but even though it's outside it's very white tablecloths/piano player etc, which we weren't really in the mood for. The Water Restauarnt is definately one to leave the kids at home for. All the others are extremely kid friendly, and the table in the main Artemis restauarnt has a great kids table where they can go and be entertained while adults have their coffee/glass of wine!

I think there were prob two couples here without children. Which is actually v liberating. Everyone in same boat. However, it was not school holidays. Thus, every child was small. So swimming with parents and digging in sand and generally not making much noise or taking up much room. Would be a v different story with older kids - pools a lot noisier etc! No prob getting sunbeds around pool when we were there.

Beach is lovely, just like pictures which was reassuring! You can reserve bed and umbrella in advance, special beach for those staying in suites. Oh, and beach/pool toys, buckets, rubber float things, balls etc everywhere for kids to just play with and then discard - our son in HEAVEN with balls just everywhere he looks! Spent prob two hours some mornings just running up and down beach in front of our sunbeds kicking the ball. Also 'babewatch' which to husbands sadness was a free babysitting service on the beach - just a big mat under massive umbrella with heaps of toys and a few nanny types to watch them. Free for half an hour. Every umbrella had a pram or two beside it - hysterical. Little golf buggies to drive you around the resort when little (or big) legs tired but most things within 5 mins walk anyway - highlight of son's day was riding to the beach in the front of the buggy! All pram friendly paths when walking.

The staff are incredible. I do think they made it an absolute highlight. Absolutely lovely and could not be more helpful. Car with carseat picked us up from airport and greeted by name at door, bags whisked away, drink at bar over check-in etc etc - someone has thought this through well! I would say 90% of them were Russian or eastern european and as someone pointed out (and to the delight of my husband!) many could indeed be featured in magazines. They genuniely seem to like children (some insisted on taking photos with my son before we left!) and did everything they could to interact with them and generally make lives as easy as possible.

Melissa Kids creche terrific, lovely english girls and some russian as well. Its about 10 mins walk which is a bit annoying but can catch golf cart there. Lots of activities and toys etc - they seemed to go on a walk to the beach or into the woods every day (using the double buggies) looking at frogs, birds animals etc which was very cute. We used babysitters from the club about 4 nights, and they had generally played with our son during the day so that was nice.

Weather was perfection - not too hot, able to sit outside for every meal and came back nicely tanned. Have to thank the Kids CLub for the relaxation part!

Their website should have far more information available about what is at the resort kids wise - ie prams (including doubles!), bikes, nappies, pool/beach toys, DVDs etc.

So in summary - resort holiday, perfection with kids (weather perfect so far also but don't want to jinx). No culture, all man-made, not even any Greeks really (all staff seem to be russian!). I'd say about 90 per cent english guests and I would definately not come if I didn't have kids!! But so so so easy and very high quality for a resort. I would say 4 and a half stars? Throughly recommend.

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 16, 2009

we had a marvellous time in porto sani village.in my opinion it is the best of all hotels located in sani resort.check-in was very friendly and professional.many members of porto remembered us and we had a very ''welcoming'' welcome! our suite(standard-pool view) was clean, spacious, with a lot of facilities but unfortunately after the renovation which took place last year the decoration is very bland and generic and can't say that the furnitures are of high quality.the beds and matresses though are very comfortable. breakfast was superb but again here there were a lot of flies.
the highlight of porto is the private beach.what a beach...dreaming! we went for drinks one night to sea you restaurant bar and it was THE place for relaxation.
food around the resort is general good and the supermarket a good place to buy snacks and drinks in lower prices than the hotel.
in general it is a fabulous place, we are going there for 9 years now and since now we have a small child it is the perfect place but it really became very expensive this year.i don't think that it deserves so expensive room prices.
definatelly it is a place that can garantee you great holidays.

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 10, 2009

Mum, Dad and 2 young girls aged 4 & 2 years. Went for half term week and following week for 12 nights in total 26th May - 7th June 2009.

Booked thru Kids in the Med - would recommend to all as had great service and they were most competitive on price out of the rest of the bunch.

Flights were BA from Gatwick with early start but good arrival & departure times (v important when travelling with little ones!)

Met at airport and transferred in large air con Merc 8 seater to resort approx 45mins away. Had quite a wait though when we arrived maybe 30 mins ahead of schedule, which did not amuse. We were offered a drink and sat by the pool/bar but had to wait 45mins to be seen whilst our kids (and us) were v tired and just wanted to check in, get to our rooms and get on with our holiday.

A tip to the hotel and other future guests - don't be afraid to be a bit pushy and insist you are seen straight away and taken to your room.

The idea was nice - wait by the pool and listen to an employee explain the hotel facilities and layout (its a big resort) whilst relaxing over a drink....but we were all tired and the kids were stripping off and just wanted to jump in he pool!

Anyway...we were eventually taken to our room which was really nice, very luxurious having only recently been renovated - ours was 810...mid way to beach and pool/marina and closest to kids club so a great choice. Also ground floor so we had a nice garden to sit out in when the kids took an occasional afternoon nap.

The rooms are large and sensibly laid out with a great bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, big shower and twin sinks. Both our kids slept in the lounge that had a cot and a bed that was converted at night from the sofa and it worked well.

We used one of the hotels baby sitters 9 out of the 12 nights we were there and as long as you are careful to be back by 11pm it works well and not too expensive (10E first hour then 5E after ..but an extra 15E if after 11pm as you have to pay for a cab for the babysitter to get home..watch out!!)

The resort is great and by far the best location to stay is the Village as opposed to the Beach Club or the Beach Hotel. Of course the village is more expensive but it is certainly worth it in my opinion having checked out the other hotels. You get what you pay for and the type of guest staying (sorry need to be PC here) is reflected by the price paid too....if you know what I mean!

The food throughout the resort was fantastic where ever we went. The hotel itself (The Artemis restaurant) and all the staff were top notch. The food was equivalent to any top London Restaurant at say £35-40/head and the presentation, the waiter/ress service always spot on with nothing being too much trouble. After day 2 many knew our names and were always polite with a smile.

In particular if you are a foodie – go to the marina and try See You Up – a Japanese restaurant (as good as Nobo) and The Water Restaurant (my wife told me her starter of foie gras was the best she had ever had anywhere!)– both expensive but superb food. Don’t take the kids though.

Plenty of kids booster seats or high chairs in most restaurants and kids are tolerated no matter how they behave (I am embarrassed to say our kids seemed to be the worst and made such a mess!) but I guess they are used to this, as the hotel seemed to have 90% of all guests staying with a young family.

The service around the pool was sometimes a little slow, especially in the first week (half-term week) so be prepared to wait a little longer for your beer/glass of rose round the pool than other times of the year. The hotel actually admitted they were a little short staffed too. The first week all pool sun beds were taken by 9am so be where if you are going during a busy time of year.

Food and drink is VERY expensive - so be aware this is not going to be a cheap resort as you need to eat/drink and can not really avoid it as the whole resort is owned by Sani even though you have the choice of maybe 16 restaurants in total. There is a small super market which is a little cheaper.

The marina, approx a 2 min walk away from our room was great with lots of super restaurants around it creating a wonderfully atmosphere. It is fake and not authentic so if you want real Greek culture or authenticity this is not it...but its very nice and clean and functional and for 95% of families would be great. For us it worked - but you do need to book into most restaurants in advance to be assured of a table - which is a bit of a pain! Lots of 80ft yachts and money on display here as well as several designer shops which my wife enjoyed more than me....(don't ask!)

The beaches are fabulous, very clean, and safe for kids (you can walk out 50 yards and still only waist deep) and you have the luxury of super beds with umbrellas/towel service and beach service for food/drink (cheapest bottle of wine is 28E - so again not cheap). We loved the beach and used some of the water sports, which is a 5 mins, walk down the beach.

The Pools are also well designed and sensible for kids and adults alike. Very clean and attractive to look at with features like walk over and swim under bridges and large coral rocks to swim under. We sat roughly 50/50 by pool/beach that worked well.

As the resort is large we also hired bikes with kids seats on the back for 10 days and hired a little bike with stabilisers for our 4 year old. It worked well and we used them every day to go to the kids club (3/4min bike ride or 10 min walk) and to the beach/marina. It made going out an adventure for the kids and was fun for all. But as before not cheap...I paid 200E for 10 days use of the 3 bikes and that was after knocking the price down...I could have bought 3 bikes for that price!

The kids club (Mellissa Club) is well run but be aware in busy times like half term when we were there parents were lining up 20 mins before they opened to be sure there children got in and on some days some kids did not get in! You can pre-book under 4s in which we did and again you pay for it but over 4s are free...just get there early each session.

The club was ok - a little claustrophobic maybe and a bit hot, but a UK company runs it and the staff were all nice and capable, although a little over run at times. My wife complained that she would rather have a kids club in the hotel for our exclusive use rather than this which is open to all 3 hotel guests and was the reason why it was not on site and much busier, but this is more a personal complaint.

Weather was a little iffy at times with some rain/cloud cover maybe every other day - but with the kids it did not really matter much and the temp was always around 27/28 most days and very pleasant in the eves. Mum and Dad still have nice tans...........

I have gone on a bit but use this site all the time and enjoy reading other travellers comments so hope mine was not too boring and gave you an insight as to what to expect.

In summary we would definitely go back as we all had a great time so go..enjoy just watch those Euros disappear.......money well spent?.....I think so!

  • Stayed June 2009, traveled with family
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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Address: Sani 63077 , Greece
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Location: Greece > Central Macedonia > Halkidiki Region > Kassandra > Sani
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
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#2 Family Hotel in Sani
#3 On the Beach Hotel in Sani
#3 Luxury Hotel in Sani
#3 Spa Hotel in Sani
#4 Romantic Hotel in Sani
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$
Hotel Class:5 star — Porto Sani Village 5*
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A luxurious getaway for the body and mind, the relaxed surroundings of the expansive Porto Sani Village is an ideal setting in which to restore your karma. The sensuous Spa Suite is a haven of tranquility providing tailor-made aromatherapy treatments, personal trainers and one-on-one yoga lessons, while the breathtaking lagoon pool is the perfect place to soak up the sun and enjoy our energising fresh juices and well-being menus for adults and children. The contemporary elegance of Porto Sani Village is complemented by a superb setting close to Sani Marina and its enticing world of inspired cuisine. The refreshingly spacious suites of this hotel are ideal for families and command spectacular views over the lagoon pools and the Marina, resplendent with its majestic yachts. ... more   less 
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