Anatolia Charming Hotel
On the ground floor is a large reception, sitting and dinning area, a fully equipped communal kitchen with bar and WC. On the same floor there is a one bedroom apartment equipped for people with disabilities. It is the only hotel in the old town of Chania with access to the disabled, equipped and designed appropriately.
The first floor consists of 3 double rooms which can accommodate up to three persons and a one bedroom apartment suitable for 4 persons. All rooms and apartments have ensuite bathroom, coffee making facilities, free internet access, TV, refrigerator and air condition. On the same floor there is a courtyard with tables and flowers
Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and as a result it offers a diverse range of environments, so much so that at times it hardly feels like an island at all. Cretes north coast is where the major cities are located and where a large number of its 624,000 inhabitants reside. The south, in contrast, is less developed but offers dramatic vistas and idyllic settings. The interior is dominated by a series of mountain ranges, some of them snow-crowned right into May. Their majestic presence is visible from almost any point in the Cretan landscape. Visiting the villages of the inland is a fascinating experience, both for the landscape and for their character: most of them are not affected by tourism, they maintain their traditional features in what concerns the architecture and their residents proudly maintain their traditional way of life. It is in those villages that the visitor can understand the special characteristics of the Cretan people, experience the hospitality and taste and smell the scents of the area.
Chania is the westernmost of Cretes four prefectures. The city of the same name, which serves as the capital of the province, is a bustling town which spreads outward from the picturesque Venetian old town and harbour. Sandy beaches line the coast to the east and west of the city and excellent roads along the north coast link it to surrounding villages and communities, allowing the option of living in a rural or seaside setting without sacrificing access to modern conveniences.
The White Mountains, which contain more than 40 peaks over 2,000 meters high, stand guard over the entire region and offer limitless hiking and walking opportunities, not least of which is the Samaria Gorge, the longest gorge in Europe declared as a National Park and protected by the Greek State. Combine the advantages listed above with the fact that Crete boasts the longest period of sunshine per year in Europe and it is not difficult why more and more people visit Chania every year!
Check in time - 1:00
Check out time - 11:00
Cash only upon arrival