For a smaller budget you will find 42 options in Chania (Crete), such as Nireas Hotel with rates from 44US$ that features a tennis court, a swimming pool and hiking. For those who would like to see Maritime Museum, choose a hotel such as the affordable Casa Veneta that is a 5-minute walk away from the city center. Erato Suites is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to akti tompazi and offers room rates from 96US$.
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Where to stay in Chania (Crete)?
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Chania (Crete) airports & Subway stations
Stay close to Souda airport at Areti Suites, which offers rates from 90US$ per night.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
An abundance of attractions can also be found in the heart of Chania (Crete), so consider Elia Betolo Hotel, a central 3-star hotel with diving, hiking and a sun deck. Travelers to Chania (Crete) that are willing to stay in a centrally situated area can choose Archontiki. While in Chania (Crete), consider staying at a hotel like Elena Beach, in Nea Hora district.
If you wish to base yourself near House-Museum of Eleftherios Venizelos in the city center, Avra City Hotel or Poco Loco Bed & Breakfast are handy accommodation options. For those who want to stay closer to the famous Aptera Beach, Kalliopi Studios - Apartments will be a great option featuring a free private parking lot and a free parking lot.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Chania (Crete)
Santa Marina Beach offers high-end accommodation, with a tennis court, a seasonal outdoor pool and water skiing, and it is situated close to Chania Old Venetian Harbour. Doma is a boutique hotel that overlooks the bay, and features a rooftop terrace, a patio and sailing, a short walk from Mikro - Coffee house restaurant. Chain hotels include the 3-star Porto Veneziano, with fantastic features including free self-parking, a tennis court and a sauna.
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Melani Apartments apartment is a 10-minute walk from Aptera Beach and has a free parking lot and complimentary private parking. Enjoy your staying at a comfy Madonna Studios situated just 1200 feet from the city center. Think over staying at Hotel Filoxenia or Helena Hotel in Chania (Crete) if you're on a business trip. If you are looking for a comfy resort hotel in Chania (Crete), consider Ambassadors Residence, which is also within 5 minutes' walking distance of Venetian Great Arsenal.
City Guide: Discover the best of Chania (Crete)
CHANIA is a gateway destination to the so-called "inner Crete".
The city will fuel your imagination from Crete's life as a Venetian Harbour with its old-world appearance, narrow cobbled streets and cafe-lined waterfront. Some say that Chaina absorbed some touches of Florence and Venice, but the city is still a rather distinct experience.
You can come and see what makes Chania so exceptional. Booked.net can place you in cheap hotel in Chania to luxury accommodation all available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms on each hotel.
The main secret of Chania's charm is that it knows how to show its true worth. Thus, soon after arrival you are going to become charmed with Chania, so much so you won't notice its grimy port corners, but go straight to indulging in its cluster of antique harbor buildings, ornate arches and churches.
Botanical Park of Crete, a unique 20ha with fruit trees
Maritime Museum of Crete, a world-class museum concerning shipping and maritime history
Besides architecture, Chania brims with unique history. For example, its language – Greek – is among the oldest in Europe dating back to 4,000 years before the present. But Chania is not afraid of its historic face and itself began in the Neolithic period. It was chosen by settlers due to its strategic location in a hilly area.
This height protected the city from early attacks and it evolved into bustling destination through various hands. First, the Romans conquered Chania in 67 BC. then the city joined the Byzantine Empire that reshaped gray city walls to being unparallelled in terms of design, while the Venetians fortified Chania with a fortress on Kastelli Hill.
Throughout its history Chania has been always dealing with change and today it nods towards the modern world. The city is packed with modern entertainment like stylish bars, upscale restaurants and pulsating night clubs yet in Chania traditions are apparent.
Its traditional face goes beyond orthodox churches and religious-based celebrations, but is best seen in its cuisine with the old recipes based on cooking with olive oil that makes eating in Chania very healthy.
Whether you are fancy Chania for its cuisine or cultural splendor, with Booked.net the city is a few clicks away.