Elounda Peninsula All Suite Hotel
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... first (or I did) after dinner the other night. It's customary to bring fruit after your meal and sometimes includes a little dessert. Funny that night because none us were all that hungry, and Johnny had even said he couldn't put anything in his stomach if he had to. The pile was half gone in no time. We split up and Nick , Lisa and I walked around the shops and eventually made it to a little beach but the ...
The drive west along the southern coast from Matala towards Myrtos and Irapatra took us over increasingly mountainous terrain with more cliff-hugging switchbacks and rocky panoramas leading down to the coast much like the less traveled northern road in Maui from Kahalui to Lahaina (minus the one lane roads). The towns and villages were even built along the downward sloping ridge lines. Until finally the ...
Tour of Crete in the morning. Visited the ruins of a palace, very crowded, hot and uncomfortable. 36c with no air conditioning on a packed bus. Very pleased to be back in town, having pizza and beer for lunch. Off to Rhodes tomorrow, hopefully a little ...
On the second day last on the island of Crete we stayed in a hotel next to an amazing beach. Under the waves there were fish and small caves along the shoreline. There were lots of Russian tourists. When I swam in the crystal clear water I felt the dirt and grime disappear as I dive under the waves. The next day we went to the airport and caught a plane to Rhodes after visiting Knossos palace and Heraklion museum. Minoan overdose I reckon but don't tell Dad. ...
... great gifts! (Mostly we bought stuff for ourselves ;) ) We then came home to our home for the last week to pack up, which was an adventure in itself and now we are headed to bed. It's after midnight here and we have a ferry to Santorini tomorrow morning. Sleep well my little lemmings and keep following our ...
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- Swimming pool
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My husband I and a couple of friends with their 12 year old son stayed at
We spent about 6 weeks reading reviews of hotels from all over the world, largely from this site. We chose the Elounda Peninsula. We were not let down.
stayed at peninsula for 6 days in a junior suite, which was advertised as great for a family of 3. have stayed in many suites, and this was not one. it consisted of a single room, with double bed with a sofa bed 3 feet away. the bathroom was very dark and certainly nothing special.
We were advised to stay in one of the Junior suites as we have a baby and they are right by the beach. First off we arrived and were put in number 44 (called Kea I think). Be warned, this is the dud junior suite with its outside poorly built and 2/3rds the size of the others. Despite being told otherwise, we were moved that night to the suite next door.
Elounda Peninsula was the best hotel we have ever stayed at... and believe
The Peninsular was much hyped, as an exclusive venue, but did not deliver. It is part of a three hotel company, the Peninsular, the Elounda Mare and the Porto Elounda. There was a lot of building work going on within the Peninsular, we think the Junior Suites were being refurbished. This meant guests like ourselves arriving were upgraded, sometimes within the Peninsular and sometimes within the Porto Elounda next door. We were given a very nice Beach Villa so had no complaints with the accommodation, although it was not within the Peninsular. There was quite a lot of noise during the day from the building work, which echoed around the beach, and a certain amount of dust.
My husband and i stayed at this hotel for 10 days in the beggining of
This was my first trip to Crete, but I had heard great reviews from Greek friends in the US.
This is a great hotel . We stayed at a presidential suite with a private pool on the seafront. We had our private jetty on the water.!!!The food was excellent, we played golf went to the spa and had a great time. It is expensive but when we sow the rates of the other hotels in the area we thought it is really good value for money. The town of elounda is not really nice so if you want to go somewhere out of the hotel visit Ag.Nicolaos which is much better.