The service here is friendly, rather than stuffy. You will be greeted with a cheerful “Hello!” and the servers make a point of remembering your likes and dislikes. It’s worth asking for advice on things like wine and menu options, as they’ll be only too happy to share their vast knowledge and help make your stay even more special.
Kos, once considered one of the quieter Greek islands, is having a good time. While Oku is wonderfully secluded, it’s easy enough to get into the old town and explore the charming streets. While you’re there, it’s worth hiring a boat for the day and weaving between the neighboring islands of Kalimnos, Pserimos and Kalolimnos for crystal clear waters, deserted beaches and that special “Wow, this that’s what it’s like to travel”.
The hotel emphasizes sustainability to preserve the beautiful landscape that surrounds it and beyond. They don’t use single-use plastic and work with local charities to increase their reach. They encourage guests to get involved in the weekly beach cleanups, with smoothies and juices available as a treat afterwards.
Accessibility for people with reduced mobility
The layout of the hotel, including the spa, restaurant, and pool is flat, though some rooms have stairs leading up to them. There are a number of rooms designed for wheelchair access.
Anything else to mention?
The hotel is adults only, making for a relaxing couple’s break. Each morning the yoga is led by a wonderful teacher who adapts the classic to the needs of the group. if you have the possibility, take your lesson on the terrace overlooking the beach. The property regularly hosts outdoor cinema screenings, so be sure to make the most of the quiet. And if you have time, visit the on-site boutique for chic one-of-a-kind purchases you won’t find back home.