Make every moment in the sun of Kos count by going All Inclusive
From the farms at its centre to the ancient sites surrounding them and the beaches by the sea, Kos packs plenty of character into its cosy island.
Making the most of this location is simpler with All Inclusive deals, which let you enjoy transfers from the airport to your hotel, plenty of good food at your accommodation, and more.
Some All Inclusive hotels offer complimentary bus travel to places of interest, like the island’s party-ready nightlife town, Kardamena, so read up on what’s included in your deal. Meanwhile, a more serene beach holiday can be had in Psalidi, which is close enough to the capital, Kos Town, for a quick jaunt to the shops. Kos Town itself has tons of history, so stroll around ancient ruins as soon as you have the chance.
As an island community, the beach is never far away in Kos. Kos Town has its own superb stretch of shore from which you can watch boats exploring the Aegean Sea, if not join one for a cruise. Nearby Lambi is a typical family beach experience, and furnishes its dark sand with loungers and parasols aplenty.
Further to the south, Paradise Beach in Kefalos lives up to its name with its broad swathe of sand and rich surrounding plant life, which also contribute to its busy atmosphere. Kardamena has a similar vibe with a party lifestyle twist, so you can dance with your cocktails until sunrise. It’s also worth checking out the shallow water and pretty pebbles of Psalidi Ramira Beach, which is a volleyball and watersports hub.
What's included in your holiday
Booking an All Inclusive holiday takes many of the hassles out of your planning time. That said, it’s a good idea to read the hotel information during the booking process to get a firm grasp on what’s included in your deal.
As a general rule, you’ll find that certain perks have become All Inclusive standards in Kos. For example, many hotels include discounts at the bar or entirely complimentary drinks. Meals at the resort are also included, although more upmarket restaurants and a la carte offerings might have an additional charge.
Transfers from the airport and access to your resort’s gym and spa facilities often come as part of an All Inclusive deal, with some packages also giving free bus travel to nearby towns.
Other popular holidays in Kos
If you fancy checking out All Inclusive deals somewhere else in Greece, try Rhodes, Santorini or Mykonos. But if you’re set on a holiday to Kos, take a look at our travel guide for more information on how to plan your perfect All Inclusive break in the Mediterranean sun. And have a look at the best All Inclusive Kos hotels available below.
If the lively town of Kardamena is your port of call, then Carda Beach Hotel is one of the finest places to hang your hat. An All Inclusive stay at this hotel sees your minibar restocked three times a week as part of your package. Daily buffet restaurant meals are also included, with frequent themed nights and show cooking nights for added flair, and the option of an a la carte meal once per week. Two pools round off a superb stay.
Secluded Psalidi is yours at Oceanis Beach & Spa, an adults-only resort drenched in modern design. Right on the beach and surrounded by 60 acres of beautiful gardens, you'll feel as if you're in a personal slice of paradise. Your All Inclusive stay will allow you to enjoy live music and a downtempo daytime activity programme, as well as meals ranging from traditional Greek to international cuisine.