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Things that you can enjoy totally for free at Potidea Palace

In a world portrayed by interminable requests to pay so as to get, freebies, giveaways and anything else that encloses the notion of free is always cordially welcome. In support of this observation, The Psychology of Free contends that:
“A positive charge is experienced when offered an unexpected gift, and this sensation of joy is likely to impact heavily on the subsequent choice. Indeed, the chance of receiving a freebie may appear like a rare reward in a world where people frequently have to pay for visiting public toilets. Additionally, when offered a free item, people typically have lower expectations regarding its quality, and these lowered standards are easily surpassed” (Krockow, 2019). This under promise-over deliver ploy as well as the rarity of getting something for free not only do bring our delectation but also point out how the best offering should be. This finding has particular resonance for the hotel industry. Below, we illustrate the freebies that Potidea Palace offers. Indeed, the notion of “free” is particularly prominent in our hotel policies and brandscape, and, sure thing, this makes us all happy!

1. Bathroom slippers
Note: Whereas we provide the most comfortable bathroom slippers, they may become very slippery should you use them in the pool area or on any marble surface. This is the reason why it is highly recommended that our guests use their own flip-flops when they are out of the rooms.

2. Unlimited access to the Spa Center at Potidea Palace 
Cherish the day at our halcyon wellness paradise, a gift for every qualified stay.
The Spa Center includes the following experiences:
The Indoor Hydro Massage Pool.
The Steam Room (once per stay, reservation required).
The Sauna (once per stay, reservation required).
The fully professionally equipped Gym that will help you maintain your fitness routine during your sojourn with us.
When visiting the Spa Park, try our Amvrosia treatment (additional charge applied). Nourishing and moisturizing based on honey and the highly nutritious elixir of royal jelly. In Ancient Greece, royal jelly was considered the food of the 12 Gods of Olympus.
Besides, vacations mean tucking into the goodies of Hospitality and a large part of these goodies at Potidea Palace Hotel concern non-ordinary body and mind indulgences at the Spa Center. 

3. A swarm of child/baby amenities and nursery stuff
(Cribs, baby monitor, baby potty, baby baths, bottle warmers, playpen, strollers).
Our all-inclusive resort in Halkidiki specializes in family vacation. We will take care of every little detail you can think of. Mini club with open water playground and indoor facilities with smart air conditioning, kids menu in all restaurants and bars, professional team of kids animators and baby-sitters who speak 4 languages. Parents can finally relax, Potidea Palace Hotel has it all.

4. High-speed wireless internet access

5. Free 15 min. massage by the sea at our spa gazebo (one per adult)
Each direct reservation-through the official website of the hotel, on-site (at the hotel reception) or through our dedicated Reservations department- is entitled to a 15 min. complimentary massage treatment in our special gazebo on the beach.

6. Bottle of wine and fruits basket upon arrival

7. Kids menu

8. Supervised external playground

9. Kids disco entertainment

10. Children’s swimming pool with fresh water and lifeguard services

11. In-room Tea & Nespresso Coffee maker with 2 complimentary coffee capsules & tea bags per day. 

12. Free Airport Transfers
Complimentary Arrival/Departure Airport Transfers (total value of 130 Euros) are offered to guests who book directly through the official website of the hotel, on site (at the hotel reception) or through our dedicated Reservations department for stays of minimum 5 nights or more.
Please note that third part reservations do not entitle you to this perk.

References: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/stretching-theory/201908/why-we-love-free-stuff-too-much