Candia Park Village

Address: Agios Nikolaos, Crete, 72100, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This 4 star hotel, located in Agios Nikolaos, is near Lato.
Map this hotel

Amenities

Photos of Candia Park Village

    View all photos
         

      Historical Traveler Reviews Candia Park Village Agios Nikolaos

      Great hotel!

      from

      What a wonderful place to stay, rooms cleaned every day and you are given as many clean towels as needed. The on site facilities are everything you could wish for, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, tavernas etc... The games room with its Internet access and pool table gave them something to do in the evening and the launderette and supermarket supplied your needs in that direction. The swimming pools kept the children (5-31 years old) happy and well entertained. Agios Nikoloas is at the moment only a seven euro taxi ride away so it's easy to get to and the restaurants there are superb. The car hire facility on site is useful and we spent a number of days exploring reaching Sitia to the east and Hirsonisos westwards. For a family group of fifteen it was a wonderful experience which we may well repeat soon.

      Will Go Back Fantastic Experience

      from

      We picked Candia Park Village primarly because of the many positive reviews. The reviews were right on the mark as Candia Park was the best resort hotel that we have stayed at. We have 3 children so want to make sure we picked the right place for the entire family. The accommodations, service, food and recreational ammenities were great. The friendleness of the staff was next to none. From an American perspective the service was better than I have recieved at four star accomodations in the US. I also enjoyed that the cliental representeted many different nationalties. The kids loved the place period. We will come back again to Candia Park to spent a great week in the sun in the future. The only thing different we would have done would be to rent a car for our entire 10 day stay. The excursions that we booked locally and through our travel agent were expensive and rushed. Save yourself some money, buy a good tour book and explore. My assumpion is that you might be able to find a local guide for just a little more than the cost of an excursion. Guess we will find out next time around.

      Perfect place to stay!

      from

      Our five days at Candia Park Village were not enough! Crete is beautiful and Candia Park Village is exceptional. The apartments are comfortable and quite spacious. We enjoyed sitting on our balcony and enjoying the wonderful view. The pools are excellent, as is the beach area. The buffet meals are good. We could have stayed at Candia Park Village much longer, in fact, next time we will! It is a great location for exploring eastern Crete.

      Jedes Jahr ausgezeichnet

      from

      Wir waren 1995 zum ersten Mal im Candia Park als unsere Tochter ein Jahr alt war. Es war damals großartig und ist heute, bei unserem 5. Besuch, noch viel besser. Die Lage ist sehr ruhig mit ausgezeichnetem Blick über die Bucht auf die Berge. Unterkunft ist im traditionellen zweistöckigen Stil, mit Gebäuden über das makellose und gut versorgte Grundstück verteilt. Wir fahren normalerweise im Mai wenn es noch nicht so heiß ist und überall Blumen zu sehen sind. Die Zimmer sind geräumig und sehr bequem mit einer guten Klimaanlage. Um die zwei Pools herum gibt es immer genug Sonnenliegen und Sonnenschirme und an der Poolbar hat man den besten Blick auf alles.

      Wir mieten normalerweise ein Auto weil das Hotel etwas von Ag.Nik. entfernt ist, obwohl wir sonst immer in die andere Richtung nach Elounda fahren. Das ist zwar kleiner hat aber viele tolle Tavernen.

      Es lohnt sich, an der Barbecue- und Buffetnacht im Hotel teilzunnehmen, auch wenn es nicht ganz billig ist, das Essen ist reichhaltig und super Qualität mit super Auswahl.

      Wir finden es klasse, in den Urlaub zu fahren, ohne sich darüber Sorgen machen zu müssen, wie das Hotel wohl sein wird und wir haben schon für's nächste Jahr gebucht.

      Das Hotel ist hauptsächlich für Familien geeignet, Paare die etwas ruhiges, romantisches suchen, werden vermutlich enttäuscht sein.

      Wau! Perfekte Lage

      from

      Waren eine Woche lang im Candia Park Village - tauschten für eine Timeshare Woche durch R.C.I. Wusste nicht, was wir erwarten sollten und waren überrascht. Unglaubliche Lage mit Blick auf Mirabello Bay - besser geht's nicht auf Kreta - die Berge, die Seen, eine unglaubliche Lage - alles kommt an einem Ort zusammen. Das Zimmer war sagenhaft, ein Schlafzimmer, großartige Küche und Balkon mit tollen, ruhigen Blick. Ein Rundgang über's Gelände brachte ausreichend Bewegung - die ganze Zeit rauf und runter - gut, um den Kreislauf in Schwung zu bringen, und etwas vom Essen abzuarbeiten. Viele gute Stellen wo man schwimmen kann und ein tolles Poolgebiet mit Salzwasserpool. So schön wie das auch war, ich komme nach Griechenland um im wunderschönen, sauberen und klaren Mittelmeer zu schwimmen. Das Schwimmen war fantastisch - geschützt von Booten und perfekt zum Schnorcheln. Ein schönes und komfortables Lay-Out um herumzuhängen, gute Lage der Bar für einen Drink. Meine einziges "Anliegen" war das es hier viel zu viele Kinder gibt! Gut gelegen für Kinder aber wir stellten immer sich, dass wir innerhalb der Anlage eine ruhige Stelle fanden. Wir hatten ein Auto und fuhren gerne herum und aßen in griechischen Restaurants anstelle vom Hotelrestaurant, für uns war das toll. Fragten die Angestellten nach Empfehlungen in der Umgebung, so hatten wir das beste aus den zwei Welten - konnten die Stadt sehen, gingen spazieren und genossen dann unsere Unterkunft.

      Loved it

      from

      Aghious nikolos just returned from candia village on self catering 1 week holiday brilliant village like accomodation. All mod cons television, hairdryer, air conditioning, huge balcony where we could sit out and eat breakfast, daily maid service. Had 2 huge pools, fresh pool towels daily, plenty of sunbeds.Shop on site.Friendly staff would not advise to book half board as buffet style free for all not relaxed dining .Taverna on site. Good quality site beautiful plants. Bit of a walk shortcut to town 30 minutes but no real need to leave site. Bus service local ok taxis etc. Car hire was useful. Small beach with watersports available.

      We would go back again. Has kids club which we did not use. Lots of germans , some french and english. Good value for money.

      Highly Recommended

      from

      We've just come back from a week at Candia Park, our first visit to Crete, indeed Greece. From the moment the coach turned into the drive we knew that we'd made a good choice. The place is beautifully laid out and is covered in flowers and overlooks the Mirabello Bay.

      Our accommodation was good and had everything we needed with daily maid service. There was air conditioning in the bedroom but it was quite cool inside even though temperatures were up in the 30s most of the week. The pool area was lovely and there were beach towels provided. Even though it was half term there was space for everyone. Our children aged 9 and 11 loved it and the whole complex felt very safe. My favourite spot was on the small beach where you could find some shade if you wanted and again wasn't crowded. The sea was beautiful to swim in and very calm. My daughter loved snorkelling in it as there were fish right up to the water's edge. We ate mainly in the Taverna onsite which was very good and the staff delightful, in fact all the staff were friendly and helpful. The entertainment varied form evening to evening but was good on the whole. We used the bus service several times and found it easy and cheap to get to Elounda or Ag Nik. The only thing that spoilt it for us were the mosquitoes. My husband especially had a bad reaction to them and I was quite badly bitten too despite bringing lots of repellents etc. so be warned! Happily the children seemed unscathed. It is unlikely therefore that we will return but I do recommend it as a wonderful place to stay.

      Excellent year after year

      from

      We first stayed at Candia Park in 1995 when our daughter was one. It was great then and it is even better now, after our fifth visit. The location is quiet with fantastic views over the bay to the mountains. Accommodation is in traditional style 2 storey buildings dotted around the spotless and well tended grounds. We usually go in May when the temperature is not too hot and the whole place is full of flowers. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable with great air conditioning. There are plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas around the 2 pools and the pool bar has the best view of all.

      We usually hire a car as it is a bit of a hike into Ag.Nik. although we usually go the other way into Elounda which is smaller but has several great tavernas.

      The hotels Greek barbeque and buffet nights are worth going to as, while it is not cheap, the food is plentiful and top quality with loads of variety.

      It's great to set out on holiday not worrying about what the hotel is going to be like and we have already booked for next year. All the staff from reception to the maids and gardeners are very friendly and helpful.

      Best for families and couples looking for a quiet romantic break might be disappointed.

      Wow! Perfect setting

      from

      Stayed for a week at the Candia Park Village - actually traded in a timeshare week through R.C.I. Didn't know what to expect and were we surprised. Unbelievable setting overlooking Mirabello Bay -this is Crete at its best - the mountains, the seas, in an outstanding setting - all coming together in one place. The unit was tremendous -a bedroom, great kitchen, and balcony with a gorgeous, tranquil view. Walking around the grounds is great exercise -up and down all the time -good for your cardio to work off some of the food you will enjoy. Several spots to swim on the premises plus a beautiful multi-pool area with sea water. However nice it was, I go to Greece to swim in the beautiful, clean, clear Mediterranean Sea and the swimming was fantastic - sheltered from boats, but perfect for snorkeling. A nice, comfortable layout for lounging around, good bar setup for a drink. The only "concern" for me was - are there too many kids! Great setup for kids, but we made sure we were able to find quieter locations on the grounds. We had a car, and love to go out and eat in Greek local restaurants, rather than in the hotel restaurant, so it was great for us. Asked the staff members for local recommendations, so we enjoyed the best of both worlds -seeing the town, walking around, then enjoying our accomodations very much.

      Fantastic Place

      from

      Candia Park was a fantastic hotel (complex). The faclilities were very clean and the staff are brilliant. They couldn't do anymore for you. The Customer Service is excellent. They love and adore kids, making you feel at home and welcome. I don't have any children but its quite clear they are family orientated. I loved the hotel because you can choose from sun bathing by the pool, beach or go to a secluded sunbathing spot by the sea (very romantic).

      One drawback, it took approx 40 mins walk to get in to the centre of Agios Nikolaos. A bit of a drain if you walked every night. The buses aren't dependable. They run under GMT (Greek Maybe Time). However the complex offers options such as a Al a Carte Menu, Greek Taverna to eat or a games room etc.

      If you wanted to go to a local resturant out side the hotel, there are a couple of resturants. The best one I found was a resturant called Candia. Not related to the hotel but they served gorgeous food and made you feel very welcome.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Candia Park Village Agios Nikolaos

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Agios Nikolaos

      Accidents Happen

      A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Oct 10, 2014

      ... if I really think about what could have happened it doesn't sound so funny. The poor Albania guy who decided to stop his bike and start chatting me up, he must have noticed I was not in the state for too much conversation because not long after a small excursion to one of the beautiful look out points I remember arriving safely at my hotel, I do however have no recollection of telling him where I was staying. Whoever you are Mr. Young Albanian guy, thank goodness ...

      This one time a fisherman told me he was a doctor

      A travel blog entry by keshiak on Oct 01, 2014

      ... explore anyways ! Camera and wallet in hand, I head towards the water. About 20 minutes later, after meandering through some sketchy neighbourhoods and businesses, I arrive at the Port of Malia. I come upon a little coffee shop, a man (I later found out his name is Costos) is sitting at a table just finishing his coffee, another man is setting up umbrellas; “coffee?” asks Costos. “Yeah, that’s exactly what I’m looking for!” he gestures ...

      Crete

      A travel blog entry by hfairweather on Sep 23, 2014

      2 photos

      On Tuesday we flew to Heraklion - the main city in Crete. We then got a bus to our hotel in Sisi. The Hotel was called Sentido Vasi Hotel. It had 7 swimming pools including one with a volleyball net. When we got there it really hot even though it was night time. The next morning we walked to the volleyball pool and played all morning. I had great fun in the ...

      Crete - first few days

      A travel blog entry by tfairweather on Sep 23, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... time in the pool playing volleyball. My sister and I were playing volleyball - I wasn't bad ( I was awful) my sister was about the same as well. Then mum and dad joined us. I teamed up with mum and Mum couldn't work out what I wanted to do when serving up. To be honest I think we were less successful in having a rally as it was a bit difficult to move to the Volleyball as the water took ages to get ...

      Beach and Villages

      A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Sep 06, 2014

      35 photos

      ... in the AFL Finals from our laptop. It was a very close game but North Melbourne won. I felt very happy.
      One morning we decided we wouldn't go to any beaches. So we started our day visiting a well known cafe called Koukouvayia (owl) cafe. They had the best views of Chania. They also had the best Cretan Chocolate Cake. Afterwards we visited the Tomb of Eleftherios Venizelos, who was born in Crete and was one of the most important prime ministers of Greece. ...