From the moment you step into the lobby, you’ll get to feel that typical Greek cool, breezy and bright vibe and take in those Aegean Sea views. Sani Dunes is a haven between ancient olive groves, the glistening Aegean Sea and the cosmopolitan Sani Marina where you’ll find lively bars and restaurants. The hotel is centred around one of the largest heated pool in the Mediterranean which is surrounded by plush sun loungers and crisscrossed by wooden bridges. Head down to Sani Dunes beach where there are sun beds and umbrellas. This is also the setting of the gloriously chic Beach House which is open at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Up at the state-of-the-art D Spa, you can pick from a wide range of Anne Semonin treatments, work out in the fitness studio, join a yoga class or soothe your muscles in the thermal suite and Jacuzzi.
Around Sani Resort, there are plenty of facilities like a selection of sporting academies (must be prebooked); younger guests can learn how to play tennis in classes at the new Rafael Nadal Tennis Centre, or learn some new skills at the football centre which is run in association with Chelsea Football Club Foundation. The other academies include Scuba Diving – certified by PADI, Biking by KTM Bike Club, water skiing by British Water Ski & Wakeboard, and the sailing academy which is run in association with Thessaloniki Nautical Club. A new addition for 2020 is the Bear Grylls Survival Academy where guests over 6 years old can learn the famous adventurer's survival techniques in the resort's thousand-acre eco-reserve.
The rooms and suites have an understated beach chic vibe with natural tones and subtle sky-blue elements. There are plenty of rooms that are perfect for couples, like the Double Rooms with a Private Garden and the Deluxe Junior Suites with a garden and views of the pool and sea. If you’re travelling with kids, there are Family Rooms and Deluxe Family Suites with are made up of two interconnecting Double Rooms or Deluxe Junior Suites respectively.