Sani Club

At a glance

  • Idyllic location on a family-owned ecological reserve
  • One of Greece's best family resorts
  • Great dining and drinking options

Sani Club


Amid olive groves, beach and sea, it’s hard to find a better setting for a luxury family break.

Part of Sani Resort, Sani Club sits within the 1000-acre family-owned ecological reserve of pine forest, olive groves and golden beaches. It’s a low-rise hotel with views over Mount Olympus and the Aegean Sea and has a great range of facilities, including a new area with a pool and welcome lounge. Alongside the Sani Resort's exisiting sports academies, which are run in partnership with the likes of Chelsea Football Club and Rafael Nadal, there's a new addition for guests over 6 years old. At the Bear Grylls Survival Academy you can learn about - and put into practice - the famous adventurer's survival techniques in the resort's thousand-acre eco-reserve. This fun and active programme is a great way of getting the kids (and the whole family if you want to join in) out into the wild and learning skills such as tieing knots, picking wild food and fire lighting.

This is one of the best resorts for families in all of Greece. The white-sand beach has Blue Flag status, and the Sani Waterpark has some excellent inflatable water activities for under 14s. There are plenty of dining options to suit all tastes. The new Pines restaurant relishes in the farm-to-table concept served with local produce, and for authentic Greek food and drink, head to Ouzerie, a chic taverna where you can dine on classic dishes washed down with local wine. The Olympos Restaurant offers casual all-day buffet dining in a contemporary setting and the relaxed beachside setting of Cabana is perfect for its Mediterranean menu.

Rooms are in bungalow-style blocks built into the hillside, each with a fresh blue and white colour scheme and garden or sea views. For private outdoor space, opt for a Deluxe Double Room with Private Garden. The Family Suite Grand Balcony here has plenty of space as it consists of two interconnecting rooms.

For Families

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Key information

On a long sandy beach on the Kassandra peninsula, within a 1000-acre ecological reserve

Airport transfer time: Approx. 50 minutes' private transfer from Thessaloniki airport
Rooms: 253

TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2022
Sani Club is one of our favourite hotels, but don’t just take our word for it – TripAdvisor reviewers agree and have voted the resort:
• 2nd in the Top 25 Hotels for Families in the World category
• 2nd in the Top 25 Hotels for Families in Europe category
• 12th in the Top 25 Hotels in Greece category

Good to know

Minimum stay: 5 nights 28 Apr-29 Oct. We recommend booking the kids' miniclub and crèche to secure your child's place.

Accommodation information

253 rooms and suites


• Follow the bike trail by Bousoulas Beach* • Join a paddleboard yoga lesson in the shallow waters of Ammos beach • Try your hand at windsurfing*.


5 restaurants, 2 bars, 16 further bars to choose from throughout Sani Resort 

What's included

Half Board • Breakfast at Olympos, Cabana or Pines Restaurant • Lunch or dinner at a selection of up to 22 restaurants (reservations required for most restaurants).

Meal upgrade options (per person per night)

Full Board Dine Around • Breakfast at Olympos, Cabana or Pines restaurant • Lunch and dinner at a selection of up to 22 restaurants (reservations required for most restaurants).

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*Denotes local charge