Beautiful scenery, incredible history, delicious food, and friendly locals make Greece a top destination that everyone ought to check out at least once in their life. In addition to the breathtaking landscape, you’ll find ancient ruins around every corner. Greece is certainly an amazing place for a destination wedding, honeymoon, or any sort of trip.
For a stress-free trip here, consider staying at an all-inclusive resort. To help you choose, here is our roundup of the top 10 Greece all inclusive resorts.
Stella Island Resort & Spa
Stella Island Resort & Spa in Crete is the perfect oasis for a romantic trip or honeymoon in Greece. As an adult-only Greece all-inclusive resort (you must be at least 15 years old to stay), the grounds are peaceful and the vibe is romantic. The Anassa Spa has an entire menu of luxurious treatments, including packages designed for couples, and with 5 restaurants and bars, you’ll always find a table for two. All-inclusive packages are available but optional. There is also a full gym with equipment set up indoors and outside.
Active guests can take advantage of the sports center or daily group activities like TRX and yoga. There is also a huge variety of activities nearby including watersports, horseback riding, trekking, and mountain biking.
The resort sits at the end of a beach road near Analipsi Beach. There are no beachfront suites available, but several villas come with private pools, Jacuzzis, or swim-up entrances. Overwater bungalows extend over the lagoon pool, which happens to be one of the largest in Europe. It weaves its way around the common areas, and there are several decks over the pool complete with Bali beds for guests to relax under the sun.
For a family-friendly holiday in Greece, check out Ikos Olivia in Gerakini. With a beautiful beachfront location and all-inclusive rates available, it’s the perfect place to sample delicious Greek food and wine. The resort’s restaurants feature menus designed by Michelin-starred chefs and get rave reviews. They even have freshly pureed baby food available for tiny tummies.
The beach is small but the water is crystal clear and perfect for snorkeling. During the day, moms and dads can relax on a sunbed, go for a dip in the spa pool, or play a match of water polo. Evening entertainment includes live shows, theme parties, and entertainment suitable for children. Once the little ones go down, parents can take a romantic walk underneath an olive tree.
Rooms are modern and feature a color palette with bright whites and shades of iconic Greek blue. Superior double rooms have separate sitting areas with a comfy couch that doubles as a bed for the kids, large windows, and a beautiful view of the Mediterranean.
Atrium Platinum Luxury Resort Hotel & Spa
Romance, luxury, and plenty of activities await you at Atrium Platinum Luxury Resort Hotel & Spa, a 5-star Greece all-inclusive resort near the stylish town of Ixia. The resort is bright and airy, with large windows and a light color palette inside and out.
Their weekly animation program has daily activities like morning meditation, pool games and power walks along the beach. In the evenings, guests can gather in the main restaurants to mingle and enjoy aperitifs. Evening entertainment options include live music, dance performances, and a mini disco.
Premium all-inclusive rates cover three buffet meals at the main restaurant per day plus a la carte menu options for lunch and dinner at their four specialty restaurants. Guests can also get poolside drinks and snacks plus premium beverages for lunch and dinner. Select menu items are available for a 50% discount, and guests can take 20% off Lobster Night on Thursdays.
Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa
The recently re-opened Mayia Exclusive Resort & Spa sits on Greece’s southeast coast and was designed with luxury travelers in mind. Staff cater to couples, and personalized service means that a stay here for your romantic holiday or Greek honeymoon will exceed any expectations you have of a luxury resort.
Premium all-inclusive features include free use of Mayia Spa facilities (treatments cost extra); fun daily activities like sports or dance, cooking, or bartending classes; unlimited a la carte meals and snacks; and a long list of spirits, beer, and wine.
Leisurely romantic walks in the sand are a daily occurrence at this beautiful beachfront location, which provides easy access to watersports via a fully-stocked equipment center (not affiliated with the resort; you’ll have to pay extra to use this facility). There is also a bar, sunbeds, and Bali beds set up along the sand, shaded by huge beach umbrellas.
There are several types of accommodation to choose from, including bungalows with a garden or sea views; swim-up rooms; and premier rooms located on the top floor that come with pillow menus, an espresso machine, and large balconies with unobstructed views of the Aegean Sea.
Atrium Palace Thalasso Spa Resort & Villa
Atrium Palace Thalasso Spa Resort & Villas in Rhodes may not appear a luxury resort from the outside looking in (some reviews mention that the grounds and rooms have dated furniture and require an upgrade) but it has a list of amenities that rivals the other locations on this list, including a massive beach, six swimming pools, perfectly manicured gardens, and a lovely spa.
All-inclusive rates at this family-friendly Greece all-inclusive resort cover a platter of fruit and a glass of wine upon arrival, free parking if you’re bringing a vehicle, use of a mini-golf course, and activities for kids including a playground and indoor playhouse. The rate includes the buffet and certain menu items in the main restaurant, Symposium, and poolside lunch and dinner at Mesogeos, Il Gusto, Asterias, and Zen. Most menu items are covered, but some are only available for 50% off. The rate also includes premium drinks for lunch and dinner at all restaurants.
Six refreshing swimming pools, including three that are indoors and a shallow kids’ pool, makes up for having no direct beach access. Beach bums can walk a short distance to the nearby shingle beach, which is fully decked out with umbrellas and loungers, a towel vendor, and a wood walkway for pushing a stroller.
Mitsis Laguna Resort & Spa
The palatial Mitsis Laguna Resort & Spa in Crete has 351 luxurious rooms inspired by royal chambers with lavish headboards adorned with wood carvings, French doors, and Victorian-era furnishings. There are pops of blue and turquoise among the gold and white color scheme, and wooden beams add a beach house feel.
Six fine-dining establishments feature Mediterranean and pan-Asian dishes made with quality ingredients like freshly caught fish and ingredients imported from Asia. Their newest addition, an adults-only sushi bar that also serves champagne and wine, offers a wide variety of hand-made rolls on a beautiful sunny terrace with superb ocean views.
While parents relax, the kiddos can hang out in the Mini Club, a fun program where guests between the ages of 4 and 11 can run around on the playground, play games, or hit the waterslide under the watchful eye of professional, licensed childcare attendants.
In addition to the champagne and sushi bar, you’ll also find two pool bars, a main bar/cafe with indoor and outdoor seating, and an evening cocktail bar with a massive terrace that overlooks the Aegean Sea. The soft lighting from Mitsis Laguna adds a romantic ambience to the view once the sun goes down.
Lyttos Beach Hotel
A more affordable Greece all inclusive resort is Lyttos Beach Hotel, a mid-range property in Crete with beachfront access that is suitable for families with kids. The long stretch of beach is filled with loungers for guests to enjoy and a lifeguard provides some peace of mind for nervous swimmers.
If you’re more of a pool person than a beach person, Lyttos Beach Hotel has four swimming pools, including a shallow kids’ pool, an Olympic-sized pool for serious swimmers, one with waterslides, and a “quiet” pool, set further away from the main pool area, which can get a little loud amid all the afternoon activity.
There are two restaurants on the property. The main restaurant serves a varied and delicious buffet, and rotating theme nights keep the menu interesting. Couples can head to Kalypso Taverna for a romantic meal under an open sky. Other dining options include an Asian restaurant and snack bar.
There is also a salad bar with premade meals and snacks at the waterpark called The Fast Food Spot. There are three bars surrounding the lobby and one on the beach, plus the lobby bar, Asteria, which has comfy wicker chairs arranged on an adjoining deck that’s shaded by palm trees.
Creta Maris Resort
Similar to Lyttos Beach Resort, Creta Maris Resort in Crete is a family all-inclusive resort in Greece on a long stretch of beach with multiple swimming pools and dining options. Rooms are modern and bright if somewhat small, but guests always have the option of upgrading to a villa with more space and a private pool.
Creta Maris stands out from other mid-range resorts in terms of activities and entertainment. The resort features 10 outdoor swimming pools (including 5 for kids) plus an indoor pool, a waterpark, and a rec area with a variety of sports equipment including a mini-soccer field and tennis and petanque courts.
There is also a field to practice archery and an indoor game room with billiards and darts. Along with beach parties and theme nights, an extra-special offering is Greek dancing lessons led by the entertainment staff.
Seven restaurants highlight the best gastronomy Greece has to offer. Mademi, Creta’s newest offering, serves up delicious Cretan BBQ and a long wine list with local and international bottles.
Sentido Port Royal Villas & Spa
For a luxury stay in a peaceful, adult-only setting, Sentido Port Royal Villas & Spa in Rhodes delivers. With the shores of Kolympia Beach just a stone’s throw away from the main pool deck and a lazy river encircling the grounds, guests are never far from the water. Land activities include tennis, soccer, and yoga. You’ll also find a spa and wellness center with unique treatments like oxygen facials and eye treatments with a caviar mask.
Rooms are minimal and slightly underwhelming given the resort’s reputation for opulence. However, they are well-maintained and have furnished balconies. Many rooms overlook the sea and come with private jacuzzis. Beachfront bungalows have a private heated pool shared among residents and private decks with Bali beds. The interior is much more modern, with stone and beechwood accents and cool shades of white and gray.
In addition to all-inclusive options, Sentido Port Royal has half-board and full-board packages as well.
Kiani Beach Resort
In Kalami, a seaside village on the northeastern side of Greece, you’ll find Kiani Beach Resort, a family-friendly Greece all-inclusive resort known for having cheerful staff and access to a beautiful beach. The resort has only 119 rooms and is located at the end of a dirt road, about 20 minutes from the nearest town of Chania. Many visitors choose to bring their own vehicle so they can explore the nearby attractions like the ancient metropolis of Aptera and the eclectic bars and restaurants of Kalyves.
The resort was designed with families in mind. Rooms are simple and dated but spacious, with enough room to accommodate a kitchenette without everyone feeling crowded. There are lots of activities and amenities to keep kids busy, although teenagers might get a bit bored since there are no towns or attractions close by. A massive swimming pool stretches along the entire length of the deck.
All-inclusive rates cover unlimited buffet trips at the resort’s main restaurant. Upgrade to the VIP all-inclusive plan and receive a welcome fruit basket, a free bottle of wine every day of your stay, free use of canoes, and limited premium alcohol.
Of course, there are plenty more all-inclusive resorts in Greece. To find the perfect place, get in touch with our Greece travel advisors for tips and tricks to make your trip to Greece one you never forget.