Kronos Hotel

Address: 2, Monis Agkarathou & Sofokli Venizelou, Heraklion, Crete, 71202, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2, Monis Agkarathou & Sofokli Venizelou, Heraklion, is near Iraklion Archaeological Museum, Ammoudara Beach, Loggia, and Gournia.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKronos Hotel Heraklion

    Reviewed by pwong

    Conveniently Located to Tourist Sites

    Reviewed Sep 5, 2013
    by (104 reviews) Calgary , Canada Flag of Canada

    Situated just steps from the start of Heraklion's pedestrian zone, and no more than a five minute walk to the local market and nightlife district. Excellent restaurants are just steps from the hotel, and the location is very convenient for picking up a rental car. The hotel is about a fifteen minute walk from the ferry port. Breakfast was good, and above average compared to the typical breakfast served at Greek hotels.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by kaplat


    Reviewed May 12, 2013
    by (1 review) Whangaparaoa , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    Good location opposite Venetian fort (Koules) near port for ferry and walking distance to pedestrian streets.
    Remember to book non smoking rooms here!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kronos Hotel Heraklion

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Heraklion

    Heraklion Crete

    A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 19, 2015

    5 photos

    The city called Heraklion, or if you like, Iraklio. Two names for the same place. It's the big island. Once treed and lush, it was clear cut for timber to build ships. The Minoans ruled the seas. It was the whole world then. 5,000 years ago. Give or take a thousand. Imagine deforesting an entire island the size of Crete. We do it every year in BC. Haven't learned much have we? Lisa and i have hit the seawall early. Walking along, we stop to ...

    Cruisin' for a Bruisin': Part I

    A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Oct 03, 2015

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... Rome to the Greek Islands of Crete, Mykonos, Santorini, then Athens and Olympia, as well as Kusadasi, Turkey where the famous ruins of Ephesus are located. Turkey is as far east as we would travel, and the farthest east Blake, Rob, and I have ever traveled. Turkey is also considered a part of the Asian continent so we can officially say we've been to 3 continents: North America, Europe, and Asia. Only 4 more to go!! ;)

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    A generous Brit.

    A travel blog entry by os2015 on Sep 29, 2015

    13 photos

    Weather: glorious. Slip, slop, slap.
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    Crete: As Good As We Remembered!

    A travel blog entry by tckontis on Aug 14, 2015

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... the airport this afternoon and checked in to a tourist hotel called Hotel Sofia. Not fancy but perfect for overnight as we fly early AM to Athens. We are waiting as family from Crete will drive here tonite to dine with us.

    Looking forward to home but would like a few more days to see things we are told are worth a Drive in Crete like Chania and the Samaria Gorge----maybe next time!!


    Last day on Crete

    A travel blog entry by ruth.donald on Sep 21, 2014

    5 photos

    ... experienced the Meckering earthquake when I was young so didn't bother. David climbed on board whilst I looked around elsewhere. From there we wandered through the rest of the exhibits seeing dinosaurs, stuffed animals from all terrains, minerals (many luminescent under differing wavelength lights),demonstrations of light refraction and reflection tricks and tools and many examples of 3D holograms. Some of the holograms were amazing. Most ...