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Michelangelo Resort and Spa

Agios Fokas Kos, Psalidi 85300 Greece
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
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Updated 08/04/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.


#2 of 18 hotels in Psalidi
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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 Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Hot tub
Infinity pool
Indoor pool
Outdoor pool
Fitness / spa locker rooms
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Swimup bar
Poolside bar
Tennis court
Entertainment staff
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Car hire
Taxi service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Head massage
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Sun umbrellas
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private beach
Private balcony
Room service
Flatscreen TV
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Jez2801 wrote a review Yesterday
Slapton, United Kingdom17 contributions2 helpful votes
It's difficult to write a subjective review of this resort hotel as we're in the middle of a pandemic and it's created a host of issues which the hotel is having to deal with. To add to that, Spain had locked down the week before so overnight the hotel went from 50% occupancy to 100%. However, there are good covid-management procedures in place with plenty of hand sanitizes and all staff wearing masks. It's worth remembering that Greece has handled the covid situation pretty well (arguably far better than the UK) and some of the staff are nervous about having Brits around them (we don't have a great reputation for our handling of the covid situation) but still they try their best. Having only reopened on the 18th July, our stay started just 2 weeks later and the hotel was still getting to grips with being "Covid Safe". Their biggest issue was that the hotel is being run on a skeleton staff as it's difficult to get experienced staff and unfortunately it shows. This is a hotel with two clienteles (if that's possible); those populating the infinity pool tend to be the 30 & under with many "Love Island Wannabees" working on their pouts and poses. Then there are the families and slightly older couples who tend to avoid the lower pools. One thing we were unprepared for: wind! It's a very windy corner of the island so some days it really blows so be prepared! Start with the positives: 1) Amazing views over to the sea with amazing moon-rises every night 2) The infinity pool is pretty impressive 3) The Asian restaurant is excellent 4) Car hire is easy from the hotel 5) The management recognises errors are being made and actively make themselves available to guests. They are working hard to correct the issues and day by day there are improvements 6) The upper pool area is great; rarely a problem with getting a sunbed (even when fights are practically breaking out at the infinity pool over them!) 7) It's an impressive looking hotel 8) The food tastes good (there is a but - see below) 9) We raised issues to the manager and he was excellent; listened attentively, offered up reasons but acknowledged the issues. He did his utmost to persuade us to move to one of the new modern rooms but we declined (couldn't be bothered to repack with just a couple of nights to go). He made a point of finding us every day and checking how things were. His management of our situation has made this review a lot more balanced! He handled it excellently. 10) If you go, FIND THESE MEMBERS OF STAFF AND STICK WITH THEM! Main bar - Elena (makes fabulous cocktails!) Main bar - Gina (efficiently serving the tables with a determination to make guests happy) Main restaurant - Vasillis (wine waiter who is passionate about doing his job right) Reception - the reception manageress (shamefully I didn't get her name) is excellent The Manager - genuinely wants to make your holiday experience the best. If you have an issue, talk to him. The negatives (strongly caveated re. covid!) 1) We booked the "JUNIOR SUITE SEA VIEW" thinking this would be their best-of-the-best (the most expensive room so we made an assumption). It's not. This is really a family suite with a bathroom & 2 rooms - 1 with a bed, the other with 2 sofa-beds. The view is of the sea, but over the restaurant roof and with a building site to the side. These rooms haven't been renovated and they do look rather tired. If you value your privacy for trips to the bathroom, forget it - frosted glass door, no lock and gap all around. In fairness, the hotel offered to move us to another, better, room but by then we'd already been in situ for 3 days and just couldn't be bothered to move. 2) If you want your tea & coffee replacing in the morning you have to keep reminding them. Apparently it's not usual in Greece to have tea & coffee in the room so they tend to forget. 3) There just aren't enough staff in the restaurant or at the bars. In the restaurants where all food is having to be served there weren't enough staff to cover all stations so they were running from one to the other depending on where the longest queue was. At the bars, there was generally only one person serving so you just have to wait. 4) With the covid situation they can't offer a buffet service so have all food served (including ketchup, bread, you name it). This creates queues and the girls serving have very little finesse when serving so the food tends to get slopped onto your plate (on one occasion a request for a small serving of mustard resulted in half the plate being covered). It's a shame because the food is tasty, it's just too often either cold or piled up like a road crash. 5) Quite a few of the All-Inclusive spirit drinks are pretty ropey as is the AI wine; your best bet is to make sure Elena is serving and go with the cocktails (the beer is ok as well) 6) Despite other good reviews of the Mediterraneo Restaurant our experience was poor. After a good soup & starter, we were served seafood linguine which was cold and the scallops still frozen inside. We asked for a replacement which duly arrived with assurances that this was a new dish, recooked. It wasn't. It was our original dish that had been under a heat lamp; they even served up the half-chewed & spat-out scallop. We didn't finish that meal. 7) Steps. Lots of them! The resort is built on a fairly steep hill down to the sea so from the main building to the infinity pool there are a lot of steps - not too bad going down, but coming up...! I don't want to paint too dark a picture as they were really struggling to get on top of the covid situation. But it wasn't a 5* All-Inclusive experience and, when you get down to it, that's what we paid for. This hotel has all the ingredients to be a fabulous 5* hotel and I'm sure as they get more experienced staff in place it will improve.
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Date of stay: August 2020
Room Tip: Go for the renovated rooms and if there's just 2 of you, don't bother with the Junior Suite!
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ABC1 wrote a review Aug 9
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We booked a last minute trip for one of the seafront rooms. We organised a transfer from the airport through the reservations manager, Kostas. However when we arrived at the airport (at around 9pm), there was no one waiting on us. We called the hotel who knew nothing about our transfer however after 20 minutes or so of various phone calls and me forwarding the email confirming the transfer, a driver rang us and said he was sorry there had been a miscommunication. We waited a further 1 hour and the driver arrived. When we arrived at the hotel, there was no mention of our transfer (for which we still paid full price). A night manager was on duty because it was after 11.15pm when we arrived. We were given two mouthfuls of Prosecco. We were told there would be sandwiches in our room as we were so late arriving, and there wasn’t. The room was also not a proper sea view but had a side view of the sea. We then went to the reception to mention the sandwiches, and also the transfer. The night manager was so rude to us, and made us feel like it was completely our fault that there had been so many issues. I asked him to write our room number and to ensure we spoke with the manager in the morning. We spoke with the manager first thing the next day - he was genuinely brilliant. He was so apologetic, and upgraded us instantly to one of the best rooms in the resort, which was stunning. He sent wine and fresh fruit to the room, and could not have been more helpful. We were really impressed. After the first night, our stay was brilliant. The food was very good for all inclusive, and the cocktails and drinks were also brilliant. The staff were so helpful and friendly and we booked massages which were lovely. We used the gym which was great and very clean, and also booked a meal in the a la carte restaurant which was absolutely fantastic. We did not receive our a la cart champagne breakfast however as this was fully booked. The bar tender George was brilliant, and Leonids and Alena at the pool were also fantastic. ‘Chris’ in the main restaurant was so friendly and helpful too. The views were unreal and the resort was a 15 euro taxi to Kos where we ate several times at a fish restaurant recommended to us by the hotel called Taverna Tsipouradiko, and also Omega sky bar was brilliant. I would recommend this hotel however definitely book one of the renovated rooms as we would have been disappointed with the first room for the money we paid had we not been upgraded.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Ross C wrote a review Aug 9
Caistor, United Kingdom2 contributions1 helpful vote
We visited for 9 nights end of July. COVID-19 protocols excellent, we felt very safe with regular cleaning throughout the hotel, all staff wearing masks, plenty of sanitizer available, glass screens in the restaurant with staff serving food, well-spaced sunbeds, and tables. Facilities are great, Manager arranged for the table tennis table to be set up for my son, towels available daily, Main bar and pool bar great selection of drinks. Sadly top pool bar and beach bar closed however waiter service available although a little slow. Great entertainment in the main bar every couple of nights. Rooms cleaned daily with towels changed, the room was very well equipped, plenty of wardrobe space and lovely large bed and shower. 2 a la carte restaurants both worth a visit, one visit for free per stay to each, the Mediterranean by the infinity pool was great, I had beef, partner and son had chicken. Asian restaurant near the kid's pool opened the night before we left and the manager very kindly arranged for us to visit, so we were the first :) quite simply exceptional food. Food in the main buffet was normal buffet food you would expect from a 5 star with great selection and really very good this has themes every couple of nights so it never got boring. Staff very friendly and helpful throughout, they really are doing a great job in such difficult circumstances with the COVID protocols, but I really did feel safe and valued and looked after. the only reason not 100% score was due to some facilities not being available - 2 bars closed, kids club closed, lack of activities. and the beach is at the bottom of a lot of steps - not suitable for anyone who has difficulty with steps. overall we had a great holiday with a stunning sea view, would definitely visit again.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Room Tip: room 1507, stunning full sea view, central, one flight of stairs up to the main building, and one...
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mohender wrote a review Aug 9
Kaiserslautern, Germany60 contributions5 helpful votes
Many positive things to say about this Resort. First of all, the staff, they were all very helpful and friendly, all the way up to management. We did the all inclusive and it's definitely well worth it! The food is very very good and so are the cocktails which they have an extensive selection for the all inclusive option. The facilities are well maintained and and the views are amazing just about anywhere in the property. I highly recommend upgrading to the sea view or premium sea view. Swimming pool are definitely a place where you can spend the whole day in. Having said that I do have a couple of negative things to say. The white wine they serve in the lobby bar and in the pool bar taste watered down. It is served from a plastic bottle and it just doesn't taste right. The white wine the serve during dinner is definitely different and not water down, for a 5* hotel this detail definitely cheapens the experience. The beach bar is closed and you are not able to sit in the swim up bar due to covid (completely understandable) however it's information they should post in their website so people know ahead of time. In our case, that is one of the main facilities we look for when booking but weren't available. The other issue with that is that we weren't able to sit at the pool bar because of COVID-19 but most of the bar staff wouldn't wear a mask or shield at all times which defeats the purpose and in my opinion it's worse since they are the ones handling all the drink. Overall that wasn't enough to ruin our holiday. I still highly recommend this property and would not hesitate to come back to Michelangelo.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Graham T wrote a review Aug 8
Gosport, United Kingdom31 contributions25 helpful votes
Arrived yesterday 7th August, nice setting and clean room. Rest of resort decidedly 4 star, lots of rubbish around and broken sun beds, dirty floors. Pool towels not available for several hours this morning. Bar service at infinity pool is incredibly slow, sometimes 15 mins as bartender drags out creating pina coladas. If you’ve ever stayed at a Sensatori resort be prepared to be disappointed. Nothing but gritty sandwiches by the pool for lunch when AI, although paid food looked lovely. Buffet service is slow as all food has to be plated for you which is fair given the circumstances. Lots of noise post midnight as the KOS town partiers return, and then headboards banging at 7am. The infinity pool is breathtaking but the resort has lots of steps, without the pool there is not much going for it. Am sure our week away will be a lovely break but could easily be so much better.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Michelangelo Resort and Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Michelangelo Resort and Spa?
Nearby attractions include Artemis Heaven Beach Bar (4.7 miles), 4 Roses Beach Bar & Restaurant (3.1 miles), and Mix+Match (2.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Michelangelo Resort and 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 and Spa?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Michelangelo Resort and Spa?
Guests can enjoy a swimup bar, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Michelangelo Resort and Spa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Michelangelo Resort and Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mediterraneo Restaurant, Plaza Beach Restaurant, and Taverna Romeo.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Michelangelo Resort and Spa?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Michelangelo Resort and Spa have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Michelangelo Resort and Spa offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Michelangelo Resort and Spa?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Michelangelo Resort and Spa?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Michelangelo Resort and Spa offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.