Aegean Sky Hotel & Suites
- 35Km from Heraklion (HER) Airport
- 1Km to beach
- 0.2Km to town centre
- Outdoor Pool
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
Aegean Sky Hotel & Suites is situated in the lively and popular town of Malia in the northeast of Heraklion region on the Greek Island of Crete, located at the top of Malia Beach ... Continue reading
Aegean Sky Hotel & Suites is situated in the lively and popular town of Malia in the northeast of Heraklion region on the Greek Island of Crete, located at the top of Malia Beach Road. Frequented by the young and young-at-heart, Aegean Sky Hotel and Suites offers 20 smart and modern affordable studios and apartments for 2 to 4 people, each with kitchenette facilities, and complemented by a pool snack bar. The sparkling swimming pool is the focus of fun and sun during the day and occasional evening events such as BBQs and party themes. All the essential services are here managed with a friendly and welcoming hospitality to ensure you make the most of your stay. Go easy on your holiday budget without compromising on comfort and location and book into the modern Aegean Sky Hotel and Suites in Malia – live it up on the Greek Island of Crete.
- Golf course (within 3 km)
- BBQ facilities
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Internet via modem in the hotel rooms at a cost of €3 per 24 hours
Guest accommodation contained in 2 buildings, of pool view and garden view, has a fresh modern appeal, interiors of soft white tones, drapes and fabrics of pastel shades, comfortable furnishings on smooth tiled flooring and amenities for your convenience; features include a private furnished balcony or terrace, air-conditioning, soundproof windows, security doors, private bathroom with shower and hair dryer, living area with WiFi internet (local charge), flat screen TV with movie, sport & music channels, a fully-equipped kitchenette area with cooking facilities, fridge and kettle, ironing facilities, small desk with chair, tea/coffee making facilities, double/twin bed format and a welcome drink.
Malia town is a lively and well-equipped seaside resort, popular with the younger set who enjoy days by the pool and on the beach, and evenings of fun entertainment. 3km from Stalis and 7km from Hersonissos.
24 hour Front Desk services, housekeeping, currency exchange, WiFi internet access (local charge), internet corner, telephone access, fax & copy service, Doctor (on request), check-in/out time: 14:00/12:00, air-conditioning, security guards, shower & changing room, car & motorbike rental, and an onsite parking area.
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The town of Malia, on the north coast of Crete, is ancient but its appeal as a holiday destination is unquestionably aimed at 18 to 30-year-old revellers out for fun, sunny days and steamy party nights. The ruins of the 2000 BC Palace of Malia, a mile or so from the neon strip of the modern holiday resort, draws a few tourists but most are more intent on taking excursions to enjoy the thrills and spills at the waterpark about 15 minutes away, or soaking up the sun, swimming and sea sports on the miles of beautiful white sandy beach.
Modern Malia is a hodge-podge of apartment and hotel complexes, tavernas, cafés, kiosks and shops crammed along a busy strip, offering everything the package tour holiday could include. At night the lights are bright and the music pumps in Malia's many cosmopolitan pubs and clubs until sunrise. The most attractive feature of a Malia holiday is its three miles (5km) of sandy beach, washed by crystal clear sea, under blazing sun. There is no natural shade but the beach is well-supplied with parasols and sunbeds, and dotted with bar kiosks and watersports operators. The road into the mountains south of the holiday resort, leading to the pretty village of Krasi, offers a scenic alternative with its wooded slopes and rushing springs.
On a Malia holiday, energetic holidaymakers can fill their days with all manner of watersports, particularly on the busy Dolphin and Agapi beaches, from banana boat and jet-ski rides to waterskiing and para-sailing, or a gentle pedalo outing. Many beaches have daytime bars with deejays providing music on the sand. Volleyball and football games are also regular features on the Malia beaches. There are two crazy golf courses on the sea front. Various excursions are on offer, from forest hikes to archaeological expeditions. Most visitors hire a quad bike, motor scooter or a car for all or part of their visit in order to explore further afield, or take a jeep safari.
There is no shortage of restaurants of all sorts in Malia, whether it be for slowly-savoured traditional Greek meal, a quick pasta or take-out burger. The 24-hour McDonald's is probably the lowest-budget option, while the most expensive establishments are those with a sea view and classy ambience. Most of the restaurants offer menus featuring British favourites along with a few Greek specialities, but there are numerous different international cuisine options, particularly Italian, Indian and Mexican. The Red Lion is popular for English breakfasts, while Jasmine House has good Chinese, and for an authentic Greek meal try the Kreta Taverna.
Malia's nightlife has a reputation for being one of the Mediterranean's hottest for young clubbers and pubbers, on a par with Ibiza and Majorca. The main strip along the beach is thick with touts and barkers luring clients into their establishments with promises of free admission and a variety of special offers, such as 'two drinks for the price of one', or free shots. There are a number of popular bars and cafes open late, and you can try karaoke at Premier Bar or drink a cocktail from a melon at the Yiassou Melon Bar. The Malia clubs take their lead from their UK counterparts, boasting names like London, Newcastle and the Corker Club, and are occupied mainly by young Brits. In the early hours many of the revellers end up sleeping off their drinking sprees on the beach before seeking out breakfast and bed.
A Malia holiday offers the predictable range of Greek resort shopping, from flip-flops and sun cream to jewellery and leather goods. All the shops are clustered along the strip and open between 9am and 10pm, seven days a week. Good souvenirs to look out for are embroidery and other handcrafts, as well as the delicious local cheeses and wine. Ceramics, leathergoods and jewellery are all popular as well.
Although Malia has a long, wide stretch of beach it becomes heavily crowded during the height of the summer holiday season. The resort has been largely taken over by young Brits, from teens to early 20s, whose behaviour is often lewd and bawdy, therefore it is not suitable for a family holiday.
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Hotel address : Ilarionos Katsouli 17, Malia, Crete, Greek Islands, 70007
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