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This simple but comfortable hotel sits on the south-west coast of Crete in a region ideal for holidaymakers who like to lay under the sun and discover nice sandy and pebbly beaches ... Continue reading
This simple but comfortable hotel sits on the south-west coast of Crete in a region ideal for holidaymakers who like to lay under the sun and discover nice sandy and pebbly beaches near picturesque villages with many secrets to uncover. This lovely hotel stands only 500 m from the beach and around 4 km from the stunning Paleohora with its charming beaches of clear, turquoise waters. Moreover, the premises are a bit more than an hour and a half's drive from Chania's International Airport. In a dreamlike and peaceful environment, guests might find everything they need for a comfortable stay, thanks to the luminous and well-fitted bedrooms, which include an individual air-conditioning and heating system, a balcony with wonderful views over the sea and an en-suite bathroom. Those travelling by car can use the large, private parking and everyone may enjoy a delicious breakfast at the hotel.
- Air conditioning
- Free WiFi
- Shuttle service (free)
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The largest city in western Crete and (together with Rethymnon) the most attractive, Haniá (also spelled Chania) is a historically charming labyrinth of jumbled Venetian and Turkish buildings surrounding a small harbour, with colourful markets, town squares, craft shops and fine dining possibilities - a perfect Greek holiday destination! Narrow, winding lanes are lined with tavernas, cafes and shops, and ancient alleyways lead to endless photographic opportunities that encompass overhanging wooden balconies, delicate stonework and white Orthodox churches.
The port area of Haniá is the oldest and most interesting part of town holidaymakers will find it busiest at night with many bars and restaurants. A promenade curves around the harbour leading from the main hotel area. There are a few museums worth visiting, including the Archaeological and Naval Museums, and the famed walk through the Samaria Gorge is a worthwhile excursion from the town.
Around the harbour in Haniá, holiday visitors will find numerous tavernas, restaurants and cafes, but with little variation in price and menu. Dino's Taverna is one of the best choices for seafood with a view of the harbour, or Thalassino. Away from the water are plenty of cheaper options on Kondhiláki, Kanevárou and many of the streets off Halídhon. For more traditional places the area around the market and along Dhaskaloyiánnis is good. Fast food is also widespread and there are numerous souvlaki places on Karaolí, near the Naval Museum, across from the market and at the end of the outer harbour. Locals and particularly expats favour Meltemi, which is good for breakfasts and has a relaxed terrace bar, while the main square, Platía-1821, is the traditional plaza to stop for a cup of coffee.
Most of the clubs and discos are centred on the inner harbour in Haniá, but there are plenty around the outer harbour and throughout the old quarter where holidaymakers up for a party can enjoy a night out. Popular bars include Ta Dhyo Lux, Fraise and the Four Seasons, and the string of terrace cafes along the Aktí Miaoúli seafront draw the under 30s. Late night nightclubs include Ariadni (inner harbour), Millennium, Titanic and N.RG (old town), which get going after midnight and stay open till the early hours. More traditional Greek music and dancing can be found at Café Kriti on Kalergón Street. A popular hangout for the large gay community is Ta Padia Paizei, on Odos Archoleon.
Holidaymakers should visit the Public Market in Haniá for fresh produce and a fish market, vegetable stalls, grocery shops and butchers. Around the cathedral are some of the better shopping areas, especially Odhós Skrídhlof (Leather Street) that is lined with traditional leather-making shops. There are endless jewellery, souvenir and craft shops, but for distinctly Cretan goods go to Carmela (artworks and ceramics), Cretan Rugs and Blankets or Roka Carpets (traditionally woven goods), and the Local Artistic Handicrafts Association for a selection by local artisans. Orphanos has a collection of dolls and marionettes for a different souvenir from the island.
The pavements in Hania are very narrow making strolling along the streets a bit hazardous. No direct flights.
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Hotel address : Palaiochora, Palaiochóra, Chania, Crete, Greek Islands, 73001
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