- Extra beds on demand
- Cot on demand
- Number of bedrooms: 1
- 220V power supply
- Smoking rooms
- 70Km from KAZANTZAKIS (HER) Airport
- 0.15Km to beach
- 12Km to town centre
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
Scaleta Beach Hotel is a family owned and operated three star hotel in Scaleta Beach. Scaleta is a region of Rethymnon town in Crete. Scaleta Beach Hotel is located just 15 minute ... Continue reading
Scaleta Beach Hotel is a family owned and operated three star hotel in Scaleta Beach. Scaleta is a region of Rethymnon town in Crete. Scaleta Beach Hotel is located just 15 minute from the town center of Rethymnon. The hotel is situated only 200 meters away from the sandy beach and the view is one of the best in Crete. The tradition of hospitality and the unique location of the hotel guarantees a memorable summer stay. The hotel is here to make your holidays, short break or even business trip, an experience to remember. The hotel offers 118 rooms, that offer all modern facilities. Scaleta Beach Hotel is panoramically built in a way that all rooms have a perfect breathtaking sea view. The architect managed to combine the traditional Aegean style, with the modern concept of comfort and relaxation. The rooms are individual bungalows which are not isolated from the other buildings but offer the privacy feeling at the same time. Heraklion Airport is 40 minute away and Chania airport 45 minutes drive.
- Swimming Pool Outdoor
- Wi Fi Internet Connection
- Baby Sitting
- Pets allowed
To make booking a holiday at Scaleta Beach in Rethymnon easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Scaleta Beach with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.
Anyone could be forgiven for mistaking the hugely popular package tour holiday resort town of Rethymnon for a sort of Cretan-inspired theme resort, but the best thing about the town is that its picturesque historic heart is actually genuine. The old town is just that: old, its winding alleys overhung with pretty wooden flower-bedecked balconies flaunt historic Venetian and Turkish architectural influences. Fortunately a recent mad spate of tourist development has left the old town untouched, so it can now delight the many photo-happy visitors and serve as a bustling venue for tavernas, restaurants and souvenir shops. To the east is one of Crete's longest sandy beaches, which has become the target of developers and is lined with apartment blocks and hotels. Excursions are easily made to Heraklion, Chania or the monastery of Arkadhi.
Daily boat excursions are the latest activity in Rethymnon, taking holidaymakers to the beautiful beaches at Bali or Marathi, and include lunch at a local taverna with unlimited wine. Evening cruises are also a popular activity, and there are opportunities for hiking and horseback riding. Sights within the city include the mosque of Sultan Ibrahim Han and the Venetian fortress as well as an archeaological museum.
The inner harbour of Rethymnon sports an array of restaurants perfect for holidaymakers and fish tavernas, many of which are expensive for what they are; the Samaria taverna is more reasonably priced and among the best here, while Famagusta offers a range of food from Greek cuisine to western and Chinese. Better value can be found in the streets around the Rimóndi fountain where there are some old-fashioned cafes serving local fare including delicious helpings of traditional yoghurt and honey. These include Kyria Maria, Agrimia and Othonos, all overlooking the fountain.
Nightlife in Rethymnon ranges from noisy pubs and bars around the inner harbour or inside the old town, to more relaxed bars on the beach where holidaymakers can enjoy the sounds of the sea while sipping on the favourite drink. Fortezza Disco is the flashiest in town, along with other dance clubs like the Metropolis, New York Club and the Opera Club. A new younger bar scene has appeared above the inner harbour around the Platía Plastira, with music bars sporting outdoor terraces.
There is an overwhelming amount of gift shops geared towards holidaymakers offering tourist souvenirs, as well as a variety of handicrafts such as pottery, baskets, woodcarving and woven goods. Cretan embroidery can be found at Haroula Spridaki, while various items carved from olive wood are at Olive Tree Wood. Palaiopoleiou offers genuine antiques and old textiles and those interested in modern ceramics and Greek pottery should stop at Omodamos. Self-caterers will find numerous general stores and mini supermarkets scattered about, and there is a daily market below the Porta Guora, as well as a bakery just behind the Rimóndi fountain.
Rethymnon doesn't have the ruins and archaeological sites that many Greek holidaymakers expect for such an old city.
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Hotel address : Scaleta Rethymnon, Rethymnon, Crete, Greek Islands, 74100
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