Sani Dunes is a very welcome addition to this highly successful hotel group
Sani Dunes is the newest member of the Sani Resort group, opened in June 2017. Luxurious low rise accommodation and centrally located within the resort estate, close to the marina. The resort appeals essentially to couples and teenage children although from April 2018 it will accept younger children as well.
Thessaloniki Airport is 60 minutes’ drive away.
Sani Dunes has 146 rooms and suites.
One Bedroom Suite Grand Balcony Pool View (formerly known as Junior Suite Grand Balcony Pool View)
Marina Junior Suites. These are new additions to the Sani Dunes. Formerly part of Porto Sani but located above the Sani Marina Boutique shops on the upper floor accessed by about 15 steps. Particularly suited to couples, with good marina views.
Deluxe Family Suite Private Garden Sea View. This is a new category for 2018, two deluxe interconnecting Junior Suites with private garden.
Deluxe One Bedroom Suite Grand Balcony Sea View (Formerly known as Deluxe Panorama Junior Suite Sea View)
Deluxe One Bedroom Suite Grand Balcony Beachfront (Formerly known as Deluxe Panorama Junior Suite Beachfront).
Deluxe Family Suite Private Garden Beachfront. This is a new category for 2018, two deluxe interconnecting Junior Suites.
Super beach front
Several on site restaurants plus many dining options within the total Sani Resort estate
Sani Dunes Spa
All of the resort activities within the estate which include land and water sports.
For the teenagers there will be a sailing academy, football, tennis coaching and Eco activities – some may be seasonal.
Sani & Volvo Experience: A 2-hour complimentary tour by chauffeur driven Volvo through the olive groves to Cape Posidi, with its magnificent view of the Aegean and Mount Olympus. Offer is free to Sani Dunes guests – available at a cost to other Sani hotels.
Sunset Cruise: A 2-hour complimentary cruise down the coastline, a great way to see a different side of this beautiful region. Offer applies to all Sani resort guests, limited boat numbers.
The Sani Dunes has an ideal location to enjoy the total facilities of the estate, plus high quality and spacious accommodation.
A very welcome addition to this highly successful hotel group. Note the hotel has changed its policy for 2018 and will now accept families with younger children (well behaved of course), although the focus will remain for couples and teenagers.
Sani Dunes, Sani Resort, Halkidiki, Greece
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