Casa Delfino Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Delfino Hotel & Spa Chania
Casa Delfino in Chania is outstanding. The room, breakfast and especially the staff were superstars. We've already recommended it to other travellers and would do so again. Margarita and Christine were especially helpful and caring for us. We arrived late in the morning, well after they would normally close the breakfast area, yet Margarita recognized we had been travelling from Athens for several hours and didn't yet get a real meal along the way. She offered us a full breakfast without a second thought, and we were able to really relax and have a nice meal. This set the tone for the rest of the stay. The room was palatial, with a vaulted ceiling, a dining room / sitting room that could hold 15 people, and a huge bathroom including a 2-person jacuzzi tub. I needed a video to capture it all because it was so large!
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