Ekies All Senses Resort

Vouvourou, Nikiti (Sithonia)
  • 24 H Room Service
  • Shuttle Service
  • Internet Access
  • Swimming Pool
  • Pets Allowed
  • Shopping


Let yourself unwind from everything that ties you down in your everyday life in a modern “serene” environment, where all boundaries are crossed between extremities and simplicity, between a luxurious and a mellow atmosphere and between time and space. The personable accommodating character of Ekies in combination with the discreet influence of the feng shui philosophy offer an ideal setting to get away to. There is a fine balance that brings together figures of the past, nature and minimalism, design pieces of Arad, Starck, O’Ghery and Castiglioni, with Greek elements, helping in the creation of a relaxed and restful environment which nonetheless keeps playing with your senses!

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Availability for:  1 Adults   28/07/2024 - 29/07/2024

No rooms found for selected dates and / or guest combination.

Double Room

Double Superior

Junior Suite

Suite Luxury Large

Suite Family 2 Bedrooms

Double for Single


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4Excellent (Based on 2 reviews)
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Anonymous User

"Good hotel = Great vacation"

"Aside from the little glitch from the beginning (check-in procedure delayed for 2 hours because some mis-understanding between travel agencies), everything could be rated from good to great: room, breakfast, services, pool, beach. Just two little annoyances that can be easily solved: - WiFi not available in all rooms (actually we had a very poor signal, not usable at all) - but you go there to relax not to stay connected to internet :) - beach chairs/umbrellas were all reserved (towels and such) by 8:30, and people arrived after 10:00 Overall, very good impression, great vacation, very satisfied."

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Anonymous User

"Hotel was OK, but overpriced"

"The hotel was nice, with slightly unorthodox solutions: e.g., rooms, suites etc. Breakfast was good, but we had to go through the most humiliating experience ever at a hotel: every guest being entitled to just one coffee per breakfast, and having to pay for more coffee. This is the first time this has happened to us at any hotel we've stayed for the past 30 years. It also took staff too long to serve that unique coffee, too. In addition, there were too many screaming children (and their screaming parents) who can spoil anybody's holiday peace. Wi-fi connection was excellent, though."