This Hotel is hands down one of the best i ve stayed at anywhere in the world for Seaside Resorts...The area (Agios Nikolas and Plaka are so close) ,the Sea (tranquil and crystal Clear waters) , the hotel is in in Excellent shape down to the bathrooms at the beach. rent a Luxury villa if you can.. amazing is all i can say... The best part ....The people...They are all professional and sincere...they are so helpful and happy for you to be there...thank you all for making our trip so PERFECT...cant wait to come back..
Traveller from USA
Seasonal hotel: Closes Oct 31, 2012 through April 20, 2013.The Elounda Beach resort is already world-renowned for being the …More
Staff are exceptional. For an inlusive hotel (half board dinner and breakfast) we were really impressed with the fact there was an ala carte menu and waiter service at dinner. The main hotel is lovely and in a beautiful position. The rooms were also nice but we had problems with the air con. Apparently all the rooms are set to the same level centrally, however ours didn't seem to cool! All in all though a very relaxing break, and the staff made it.
Seasonal hotel: Closes Oct 15, 2012 through April 20, 2013. Elounda Bay Palace is an idyllic Mediterranean escape, spanning …More
We were returning to Crete for the first time in 25 years, apart from the town being a little bigger, the calm atmosphere and friendliness of the locals was still the same.
The Hotel is hidden in the hill rising from the sea, affording fantastic views. We had a room with an infinity pool looking out to Sea and the island in front of the hotel.
It was an easy walk into town, taking 10 to 20 minutes depending on your speed and ability.
The hotel is small enough to feel personal, but big enough to offer a great selection of food and drink on site. The rooms range from rooms with personal pools, rooms called bungalows, which are large double rooms, and doubles. Staff will go the extra mile to accommodate your needs, the gardener is always busy, and the beautiful gardens reflect this, and members of the family who own the Hotel are always around but unobtrusive.
Watch out for the Barman, Sitirus, he is a charming character, he likes nothing more than to make sure you have what you require and goes out of his way to ensure you have a time at the bar. All in all a very good stay.
Traveller from Canterbury, England
Overlooking the Elounda Gulf, this contemporary hotel is located one kilometre from the village of Elounda and three …More
Lovely, simple hotel on the beach with friendly, accommodating staff. It's a 20 minute walk along the beach to town or a short taxi ride. Great views over the bay. I'd definitely come back and stay here again.
Traveller from London
Boasting an enchanting spot on the North East part of the island, the Selena Village offers a truly wonderful destination …More
Great location in Elounda, away from the centre but only a short walk to restaurants and the beach. Glad we came here instead of Agios Nicklaos, which was a bit trashy in comparison.
Friendly staff - always there to help. Breakfasts were good, but were served from 8.30 onwards - not great if you need to get away early.
Room had plenty of space and was comfortable. Nice to have a kettle in the room.
Huge television but did not actually watch it.
Excellent staff that are very attentive, ensuring that you have a great stay.
The hotel has it's own private beach that is superb. There are two sections with a quiet zone.
The whole atmosphere is relaxing and the views are excellent.
Would deffinately recommend.
Good location about 5-10 minutes walk from Elounda with nice good sized pool.
Main gripe is the bathroom - shower is tiny - impossible to use without touching the curtain and water gets all over the floor every time it's used. Thankfully the room is cleaned every day. Sink is virtually unsable as it is very narrow and the shelf above it obstructs access.
Despite this still worth the price.
Crete’s most expensive resort, Elounda overlooks the calm blue Gulf of Mirabello and Spinalonga Island. Popular with the rich and famous, it offers discreet, low-profile luxury, with several large five-star hotel complexes built into the hills above the coast. Set in landscaped grounds, they offer facilities such as wellness centres, infinity pools, private beaches, sophisticated on-site dining and chic cocktail bars.
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