Michelangelo Resort & Spa
What We Love
- An all-inclusive stay at a luxurious five-star beach-and-spa resort in the Greek islandsIndulging in a massage on the outdoor pavilion, with the glittering sea before you
- Enjoying the perks of an all-inclusive stay
- Watching the sunset with a drink in hand at the swim-up infinity-pool bar
What To Know
- Upon arrival, you'll be greeted with a welcome drink and a cold towel
- The resort has a private beach with lounge furniture and a bar
- Book a Sea View room for your own private balcony that looks out over the water and mountains
- Free WiFi can be spotty
Action-packed holidays are all well and good, but there comes a time when nothing sounds better than a few days of pure relaxation. Kick back, recharge your batteries and float away on a sea of blue at the Michelangelo Resort & Spa. Rising above the beach of Agios Fokas, this ultra-modern, five-star getaway is an idyllic spot to explore the beautiful island of Kos – or to simply take it all in from the comfort of a daybed by the pool.
The resort’s beachfront location, panoramic terraces, vast infinity pool and top-class spa facilities combine to make a true slice of heaven – and earned this luxe spot a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. You’ll be able to spend your mornings playing tennis, before recovering with a sea-view massage. Nearby Kos town is also well worth exploring – just make sure you’re back in time to watch the sunset from the infinity-pool bar.
If you haven’t napped enough on the sun loungers, the resort’s rooms maintain the sleek sophistication seen throughout the hotel. Comfort Sea View rooms, measuring in at 270 square feet, feature soothing colors and furnished balconies. Upgrade to a Premium Sea Front View room for a front-facing balcony, making those gorgeous views even more instagram-worthy.
The resort’s elegant restaurant boasts gourmet cuisine and panoramic views of the azure waters. For breakfast, choose from a varied buffet stuffed with everything from fresh fruit salad to pancakes and waffles. For dinner, enjoy Greek, Mediterranean and international dishes paired with an impressive list of local wines and spirits.The hotel’s pièce de résistance is the pool bar; situated in the center of the resort’s 480-ft.-long infinity pool, the bar is the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon cocktail while taking in the spectacular sea views.
This luxe spa really takes tranquility to the next level, with Turkish baths, a steam room, a sauna and treatment rooms offering everything from signature services, such as thalassotherapy, to conventional facials. We recommend having your travel-weary limbs soothed while looking out over the endless expanse of sea on the outdoor massage pavilion.
The Michelangelo Resort & Spa rises above the shingle beach of Agios Fokas and has its own private area of the beach. The boutique shops, restaurants and nightlife of bustling Kos town, port and marina are just five miles away. Other attractions nearby include the well-known Therma hot springs and the coast of Turkey.
How to Get There
Stayed here last year, and thoroughly enjoyed my stay. Taxis cost reasonable to get to town if you need to go, but the stay here was very relaxing, staff were excellent and the restaurant(s) food was of a good standard.
Lovely hotel, rooms spacious and clean with lovely views. The speciality restaurant is a must to visit. Food in the main restaurant was a bit the same every night so could be better. The entertainment was very good. Be careful of the glass tables in the bar as I cut my leg on the edge of one, hotel staff did offer first aid.
We booked this online looked very nice online it was very nice inside ,spacious rooms friendly helpful staff just a bit away from everything that was the only downside to this hotel,everything else very good
I never usually leave reviews but as we had the most fantastic time here it was worth sharing. Excellent service from all the staff at all times, nothing is to much trouble. Plenty of comfy sun beds with matressess we never struggled to find one, some say they don't like music in the day around the pool bar but we really liked it, staff work hard and even bring drinks while you lay sunbathing. Food was great and the buffet even occasionally has gero's which is a favourite of mine. Rooms very clean and a buggy takes you there upon arrival. The staff really do make this hotel the perfect relaxing experience. The facilities are so good you dont really need a late checkout room as you can change and shower in the spa area on your last day.We were so impressed we have just booked again to return in June 2019, hope to see some familiar staff faces.
We had booked two rooms at this hotel and were allocated rooms 1124 and 1122, arriving at 8.00 pm, the noise from the entertainment and bar directly underneath was horrendous. We asked Reception if we could move and they said we would have to speak to the manager in the morning and that the live entertainment would stop at 10.30pm. It did not it went on past 11, once that had stopped you could still hear the bar music and the scrapping of every single chair below this went on until 1 in the morning and then we were woken early by the cleaners in the bar. We spoke to the manager who at first seemed reluctant to move us until we said we would have to move hotels, she said we could move rooms on the Friday. So it meant another awful night of no sleep in this room, also we couldn’t sit on the room balcony or open the patio door because of all the smoke smells coming up from the bar. Once we had moved to room 1242 this was far better, very peaceful and quite, just what we expected from a five star hotel. The pool areas were very good and the sun loungers exceptionally comfy. There are also sun loungers down on the beach. Bar staff were very friendly and so were restaurant staff and worked very hard. Food was good, however it was lacking in vegetarian dishes, and not everything was labelled and I had to keep asking staff if items had meat in or not. Rooms were clean and the beds were very comfy. We had a look at the spa area but didn’t use it as it was quite small and very busy. I wouldn’t book to come to this hotel unless I could specify which rooms I wanted. I’ve no idea why they would put anyone in a room above a busy, smokey bar area. It is a shame as relaxation, peace and quite is what I look for when I come on holiday. I would advise anyone to ring ahead to make sure they don’t get these two rooms unless you like not going to sleep until the early hours.