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All reviewsclose to the airportheraklion airportlate flightswimming poolone nightwalk takesbefore midnightpaid eurosthis family run hotelshort taxi ridehour receptionair connext morninghire carbreakfast was buffet stylesized roomnice pool
Convenient, affordable, honest hotel with good amenities and very friendly staff; five minutes from the airport. Proximity to the airport means noisy overhead airplanes but slept well with the patio door closed and the air conditioner on. Free breakfast and coffee bar was a nice...More
Very convenient. We had a late flight but were dining within an hour of landing. Friendly and helpful reception. Good sized room, perfectly comfortable. Excerpt aircon which was both efficient and quiet enough to sleep with, so much so that we slept too late to...More
Stayed here with 2 teenage children as an end to a 10 day holiday in Crete. Very close to airport which is perfect for independent travel. Bus stop on main road next to Ikea to airport or to city centre.
Lovely spacious room with a...More
We had a problem with our flight and our flight company gave us to sleep in this hotel, which is 7 minutes from the airport.
We found a nice and a pleasant hotel but the warm treatment and their acts and will to help us...More
Cosi Hotel next to the Airport. Rooms are moderate but the Garden with the Poolarea and Bar is very friendly and confortable.
As the Airport is very close you have some free attraction do to the starting Airplanes.
Response from MichaelJC747 | Reviewed this property |
The ancient site of Knossos is well worth a visit and can be accessed from the main bus station by local bus, there are also museums, galleries and old churches that are worth a visit. The town centre of Heraklion is packed... More
The ancient site of Knossos is well worth a visit and can be accessed from the main bus station by local bus, there are also museums, galleries and old churches that are worth a visit. The town centre of Heraklion is packed with shops and some malls just ask at your hotel reception. You will find English spoken practically everywhere and judging by the clarity of your question you should be fine. The Cretan people are warm, welcoming, cultured and very helpful so have a wonderful time!