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Ikos Resorts to open on Kos and Corfu

Ikos Resorts

A €200 million investment in the Greek Islands

Award winning Ikos Resorts , launched only 2 years ago, has purchased 2 key properties to expand its portfolio. With existing properties including Ikos Olivia and Ikos Oceania in Halkidiki Greece, Ikos Resorts is opening 2 new properties on the Greek islands of Corfu and Kos. Offering sophisticated luxury in premier beachfront locations, these new properties will continue to reflect the Ikos Resorts ‘Infinite Lifestyle’ concept, allowing guests to experience the convenience and affordability of an all-inclusive paired with total indulgence.

Dr Andreas A. Andreadis, CEO of Ikos Resorts said, “We want to build on the achievements of the last 2 years, to further develop the Ikos brand and introduce the ‘Infinite Lifestyle’ concept to Kos and Corfu. We will continue to invest not only in Ikos Resorts, but also in the local economies by employing local people and the continued overall development and progression of Greek Tourism.”  

New Ikos Resorts Properties
  The first new Ikos Resorts property, the third in the group, will be located on the beautiful island of Corfu and is set to open in May 2018. Corfu Chandris and Dassia Chandris hotels have been acquired and a total renovation will take place on both properties, which will become a single 5* property. With a planned investment of €110m, the new Ikos Dassia will showcase approximately 410 rooms and suites.  Located in the beautiful area of Dassia, located only 10 minutes from Corfu town, this property will be perfectly positioned for guests to explore the history and culture of Corfu.  

The fourth Ikos Resorts property is due to open in 2019 and will be situated in Kefalos on the island of Kos. An investment of €90 million has been made to acquire Club Med in Kefalos, which will be transformed into the 5* Ikos Kefalos offering approximately 410 rooms and suites. Ideal for families and perfectly located on the south-west coast of the island, this idyllic beachfront location is sure to become the premier luxury holiday destination on Kos.  

In keeping with the current positioning of Ikos Resorts as actively embracing and connecting with the local community, this expansion of the Ikos Resorts portfolio with 2 new properties is set to create around 1,000 new jobs when both hotels are operational.  

Infinite Lifestyle
Both of the new Ikos Resorts properties will offer the innovative ‘Infinite Lifestyle’ concept which has already been an outstanding success across Ikos Olivia and Ikos Oceania. The ‘Infinite Lifestyle’ concept encompasses premier accommodation for both families and couples, with the benefits of an all-inclusive package. The ‘dine out discovery concept’ opens up the possibilities of experiencing local tavernas outside the hotel as a part of the all-inclusive experience, Michelin-starred a-la-carte menus, 24-hour room service, branded spirits and a choice of 300 international and local wines combined with waiter service on the beach or by the pool are offered as standard. For those looking to unwind, Anne Semonin spas and a host of other leisure activities some of which are complimentary, ensure a relaxing escape. Guests to any of the Ikos Resorts properties can experience the revolutionary balance between the security of a traditional all-inclusive and the freedom of a bespoke holiday.  

Best all-inclusive Resorts in Europe and the Mediterranean
Ikos Resorts have recently been honoured with multiple awards in the 2016 Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice® awards 2016. Both properties, Ikos Olivia and Ikos Oceania received 2 awards each in the all-inclusive category. Ikos Olivia was awarded 1st place as Best All Inclusive in Europe and the Mediterranean and 2nd place in the World’s Top 25 All Inclusive Resorts. Sister property Ikos Oceania was awarded 2nd place in Europe’s and the Mediterranean’s Top 25 All Inclusive Resorts and 6th place in the World’s Top 25 All Inclusives.

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