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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
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A heavenly resort on the coast of Kos, with an elegant spa and a stunning infinity pool, steps from the sea

The Lowdown

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

Michelangelo Resort & Spa
Kos, 85300 Greece


4.5 Very Good 3285 Reviews
2nd time around
Reviewed 1 day ago

Stayed 7 nights at this lovely lovely place . The hotel is so relaxed and chilled and set in such a scenic position. The infinity pool looking out onto the coastline of Turkey is one of the best pools I’ve encountered and it’s so long that you have the choice to sit near the bar area with the brilliant chill out music or right at the other end where there is total tranquility. There is also another pool which is very quiet near the restaurant and a children’s pool as well. I would however say this hotel is more suited to couples .

The hotel is spotlessly clean and the rooms are comfortable and well appointed. The views are amazing whichever way you look whether the mountains or the sea.

Special mention to Giannis at the beach bar who was always happy to serve drinks and have time for a chat which was again a great place to chill with squashy cushions and mattresses to sunbathe on.

Also our waiter at lunch Vasilis who took extra time to make sure everything was perfect each time we arrived for lunch .

Breakfast down at the Mediterraneo restaurant was excellent with waiter service great food and those amazing views .

Our second visit here and so glad to return and will be returning again . The manager Philippos who we regard as our friend welcomed us personally and always made time for a chat and to make sure we were enjoying our stay .

Thank you to everyone at Michelangelo for a fantastic week. Looking forwarding to returning !

Another wonderful visit
Reviewed 2 days ago

What can I say about this hotel to do it justice? The staff are truly amazing. They go above and beyond. I genuinely now count some of the staff (Gina, Paschalina and Giorgos in particular) as true friends now. For me they are the brightest gem. The children's area is absolute great and Vivi was as good with our son this year as she was last.

Location: absolutely incredible. Out of this world views and a quick bus trip into Kos Town. To make it even better the bus is very regular, pretty much always bang on time and stops right outside the hotel. The grounds of the hotel are well maintained and absolutely beautiful.

There is a plentiful choice for food and drink. The only downside for me is that the food wasn't of the same standard as last year. Not always warm (nevermind hot) which is a bit disappointing.

We would highly recommend this hotel to anyone coming to Kos that values high customer service and stunning pool areas.

Amazing stay at Michelangelo!
Reviewed 3 days ago

Excellent hotel! Amazing stay at Michelangelo!
Loved everything about it..the pool, the beach, the garden, the food, the staff..!!!
Is my second time at Michelangelo and nothing has changed!
Everything is perfect!
Was a delightful stay at this wonderful hotel!

Fabulous holiday!
Reviewed 4 days ago

As my week’s (fully inclusive) holiday comes to an end, I wanted to write a review to tell you what a fabulous time my friend Fiona and I have had. We booked a week in the sun to get away for different reasons at home and found the most amazing place to relax and unwind. The Michelangelo Hotel and Spa in Kos has been a wonderful experience. Nothing has been too much trouble for any one of the delightful staff within the hotel. The infinity pool is huge and you look out to sea as you swim along. A very special thank you to George and his amazing team in the Mediterraneo Restaurant which is in the most splendid setting overlooking the infinity pool and out to sea. George was professional, delightful and charming as were each of his team and made both Fi and I feel very special during our stay. The food was of a very high standard, starting with bubbles, orange juice and coffee whilst you read the breakfast menu and generous portion sizes in the evening with a large choice. Definitely need to book for both breakfast and supper 24 hours in advance but, can availability allowing can eat there as many times as you like. Kos town is a 20 minute bus ride and worth a visit. We also experienced the three island boat cruise on Sunday on the Santa Maria which was excellent value and a lot of fun. And, a fab surprise to have dolphins swimming alongside our boat. We had a sea view premier room which was beautifully appointed and had everything we needed. The Greek people are as friendly and welcoming as they were when I visited 30 years ago! I would have no hesitation in returning or recommending this wonderful hotel. Karen 💕

A surprising holiday break
Reviewed 5 days ago

Booked on a whim and was pleasantly surprised by the excellent service and friendly attitude of all the staff. Only downside was transfer time and a menu aimed at their main clientele.
Easy access to local transport to Kos town, it's a shame that the damage caused by the 2017 earthquake has not been started yet and most of the historical sites are closed as the Greek economy is unable to find the funding,