The accommodation of Sani Club is bright and contemporary. Perfectly set on the side of the hill leading down to the public areas and wonderful cove beach.
The Sani Club is part of the extensive total resort, an attractive family focused option with excellent facilities, both on site and within the estate area. It is located slightly away from the main marina area, 5 minutes by shuttle.
The airport is 60 minutes drive away.
A total of 204 rooms. Low rise, mainly bungalow style, in row steps dotted around the hillside. You have a choice of double rooms, Deluxe rooms with a private garden patio, deluxe family interconnecting rooms, Junior suites with a garden patio and Junior suites with plunge pool. All are sea facing, although some from a distance and across the gardens.
New to Sani Club for 2016 are 14 Two bedroom Family Suites. These have two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, living room, private garden. Some will have their own pool. These new suites are located closest to the beach.
Note – Several of the accommodation options have their own plunge pools. Appealing, but sensible precaution should be taken with younger children learning or unable to swim.
Spa plus additional spas at Porto Sani and Sani Beach
A selection of attractive restaurants on site, plus most of the dining options of the complete resort are available to you – some as part of the resort interchange. Usually, you have at least 17 dining options within the dine around plan. A couple of the restaurants are adults only, but most are very family friendly.
Note – The Greek restaurant here, wonderfully located overlooking the bay, is one of the most popular in the total resort and bookings are essential.
Two swimming pools
Kids club on site plus access to the main club located close to the Marina area
The accommodation in Sani Club is bright and contemporary. Perfectly set on the side of the hill leading down to the public areas and wonderful cove beach.
Most clients like bright low rise bungalow suite accommodation, the good on-site facilities and the fact it is slightly away from the main resort area, although this is so easily accessible.
In our view, given its style and location, Sani Club appeals to those with slightly older children, so generally 6 years plus, with the Porto Sani attracting those with younger kids/ infants. The hill leading from the rooms to the beach & restaurants is quite steep, and not ideal for those with tired legs! There is a good crèche and mini club on site, with a larger option 5 minutes shuttle ride.
A shuttle operates to the main marina area (every 20 minutes) or you can stroll along the beach at low tide.
See note above on the introduction of new Two Bedroom Family Suites.
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Greece is truly a fantastic country, with superb resorts, a combination of contemporary styles and classic designs. History of course, with Athens well worth two or three days, if your time permits. Delightful beaches and traditional villages. And without doubt some of the most hospitable and friendly people.
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