Michelangelo Resort and Spa

At the Michelangelo Resort and Spa, an infinity pool makes the most of the beachfront setting. It’s all about style and seclusion, here, in an away-from-it-all location.

The décor is incredibly stylish, so it’s no wonder that the hotel shares its name with one of the world’s most famous painters.

A couple of feet from the pool, you’ll find a private beach. Along the shoreline, the boardwalk has loungers, parasols and a bar with bean bags.

At meal times, the couple of restaurants offer show-stealing international cuisine and Juliano’s bar staff expertly shake up cocktails until late.

Overview of Agios Fokas

If you’re looking for a family-friendly holiday destination, then a holiday to Kos should be near the top of your wish list. The entire island is only 40 kilometres long, so it’s the perfect size for mini explorers. You can drive from one end of Kos to the other in around an hour, so when you stay at the Michelangelo Resort and Spa, everywhere on the island is accessible for a day trip.

Visitors to Kos often marvel at the footprint-free beaches, and away from the relaxing sands, you’ll discover everything from historic ruins to water parks.

Things to do in Kos

The Michelangelo Resort and Spa is within easy reach of Kos Town, which is only eight kilometres away. Packed with historic ruins, fascinating boat trips and steamy hot springs, there’s something for all the family here.

By day, you’ll find a variety of water sports available, including windsurfing, scuba diving and snorkelling. But, in the evening, the seafronts of Kos turn into lively destinations. In Kos Town, you’ll find a 24-hour party destination where you can dance until the early hours, and for something more sedate, the local tavernas provide a quiet and relaxing evening.

With beaches and water on the doorstep and history and culture all around, a stay at the Michelangelo Resort and Spa really does provide you with the best of both worlds.

Resort Summary

In July and August Kos celebrates the Hippocrates Festival. Known as the father of modern medicine, the man himself lived and worked – both in medical practice and teaching others – in Kos Town. Being so famous, Hippocrates has his own festival which lasts for 10 weeks over the summer. There are numerous cultural events including exhibitions, concerts, films, and music.