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Stella Palace Resort & Spa
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 18 August 2013

Tour operator: Thomas Cook
We stayed in room 587
2 adults and 2 teenagers, 15 and 16

We arrived early evening on Friday 2nd Aug, checking in at reception was speedy and professional. We then travelled on a golf buggy to our room. On arrival we found that room 587 was immaculately clean, and there was plenty of wardrobe space/drawers to keep clothes etc and the suitcases easily fitted on top of the wardrobes.

I cannot emphasise enough how clean the room was, clean bed linen and towels every other day.

You do not need to take towels for the sun loungers or beach as you can hire towels at €5.00 each. Just go to reception hire the towels and then go back every other day to get them changed. At the end of your stay simply take the towels back and the deposit is returned to you.

The hotel also arranges a laundry service via a local laundrettes, I used this service twice during our stay, the washing was returned after 2 days and every item was beautifully cleaned and ironed too. I paid a total of €40.00 for this service and would recommend it.

The grounds, restaurants, bars and pools in Stella Palace are well maintained and kept to a high standard. Every morning the pools areas are hosed down and then cleaned with mops.

The main restaurant in Stella Palace is the Poseidon, the food is plentifully and there is a lot of variety to choose from. The Maître-de is a gentleman named George, he works all day long and along with his team runs a well organised establishment; nothing is too much trouble.

We ate in the Asian restaurant twice, book early to avoid disappointment, you can also book the Olive restaurant during you stay too, we did not eat here but from hearing personal recommendations it was equally as good as the Asian.

Lloyd the Thomas Cook rep was helpful and we booked 2 trips through him, a boat trip and one to the local water park, both trips were good value and I would recommend them. You could also arrange trips yourselves to save a few pounds as there are plenty of places in Analipsi or Hersonissos that offer excursions too.

There is a land train that runs into Hersonissos, it costs €10 for each adult, children are cheaper. The Train stops outside Stella Village and it is lovely scenic ride into Hersonissos.



We took a taxi into Hersonissos from Stella Place, a return journey is €24.00, we walked around Hersonissos harbour and treated ourselves to a fabulous meal at LaScala . If you like fresh fish and authentic Greek food treat yourself to a meal at LaScala.

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Our son had a tummy ache before we left the UK, a few days after we arrived we needed to call out the emergency doctor via reception, the doctor came straight out and the care we received was first class. Stella Palace reception team arranged a taxi to fetch the prescriptions and in total the cost of the taxi and the medication was €20.00. A doctor visits Stella Village which merges into Stella Palace twice a day so if you need medical assistance you just need to go to Stella Village reception and you wait in turn to see a doctor.

You cannot flush toilet paper down the toilets in Greece, so take a pack of nappy sacks, it’s just easier to put the used toilet paper in a nappy sack before putting it in the bathroom bin.

Ibuprofen is very expensive, €5.00 for 16 tablets so remember to take plenty with you just in case.

There are plenty of sun beds but if you find that you like a particular spot by the pool of your choice you will need to get up early to secure it.

There is a small private beach with sun beds and there is also a public beach further along that you can use too

The award for the most prepared holiday maker who takes everything you can possibly think away with her goes to ‘Superglue Pru’ who saved the day by sticking a flower back onto a flip flop, go girl go !!!!!

On the day of departure you need to check out of your room by 12 noon, you can extended this until 5pm for a charge of €50.00, if you do not want to do this or it’s not possible don’t worry because you can use a shower room free of charge.

There is a well stocked supermarket which is located in Stella Village.

Please remember that Stella Palace and Stella Village are on the same site, guests staying at Stella Palace can use all of the facilities at Stella Village, but guest staying in Stella Village can only use the pools at Stella Palace but they cannot use the bars or restaurants.

Stella Palace is of a much higher standard than Stella Village.

I would not hesitate to recommended Stella Palace and would definitely return

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 16 August 2013

We have just returned from a 10 night stay at the Stella Palace and it was great! the food was varied in the main resturant with a theme most evenings (Italian, Greek, Fish, Asian) which rotate weekly. At each meal there is a vegetarian section, cretan, specials and mains. The deserts are spectacular both visually and taste. You have access to the Gourmet restaurant (different menu on different days) and also the Asian Menu once during your stay (If you don't like the gourmet you can request to use the Asian twice)

As you can use all the facilities (except restaurants) of Stella Village there are 7 pools, however unfortunately the "Towel brigade" are in operation at about 6am, and although we hated to do it, we had to join in to get a chair. (it helps to team up with other couples).

The rooms are very basic and not the biggest however are adaquate for the time spent in them. Whilst there is a fridge and hairdryer there is no ironing equipment.They are kept immaculate though by the maid service who are very friendly. Unfortunatley I was ill (something I picked up prior to holiday or on the plane) and our maid enquired of my health every day and when I needed an impromptu sheet change was very accomodating.

All the staff were friendly, reception, restaurant waiters, bar staff etc.

Whilst the kids clubs seemed to be bery popular with the children in our party (2 x 3 year olds + 6 year old) the adult evening shows were very poor and loud. Thankfully all except one took place in the auditorium in stella village and finished about 11-11:30pm.

there is a doctor inattendance most days at 1pm and 6 pm. If you visit them you need to ensure that you take your heath insurance details and passport. . (EU card only covers you for Heraklion hospital A&E). However I can only extend praise on the doctors and Cretan Medi-Care who after diagnosing me had me on a drip within an hour( they organised a car to collect me) and dealt with all the admin. We only had to pay the excess. If the chemist next door was open they woudl have got our medicines from them, however the hotel reception have a facility where you give them the prescription and they fax it through to the local pharmacy who deliver it. (We had our's within 1 1/2 hrs). Prices of medicines are equal if not slightly cheaper than the UK.

the hotel gardens and pool areas are kept immaculate and if you venture into Analipsi you will find a range of shops from tourist souvenir shops, a traditional linen shop in which you can watch the owner making items on her loom, taverna's (tourist and local), restaurants, supermarkets, car/bike rentals and tour stands. If you want to go to Hersonissus take the local road train whilch takes between 45 mins and 1 hr. it's EUR 10 per adult and EUR 6 children, or alternatively you can take a taxi. Hersonissus is modern and very lively at night but is very nice to go for a walk round, a meal and to visit a few bars. (shenanigans and lascala were particulary good)

we really enjoyed our stay and would not hesitate in going back in a few years time.

  • Stayed August 2013, travelled with family
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 16 August 2013

Just returned from stella palace had a great 11 night stay,rooms nice, and plenty of room t o move about bathroom great good shower, room looked out on to pool beauitful pools,dinning room was very pleasent and lots of good food choices and amazing deserts,so get ready to add a few extra pounds.Staff are lovely and friendly Daniel in the restaurant could not do enough for you and worked the bar as well what a lovely young man.Activitie team were great Zulu,Bea,Bridget were fab all worked really hard,i took part in Aquaerobics, which was great fun done it in the pools and beach ,and done yoga.Great kids club my 7year old grandson love it,and gives parents a break.Entertainment could be a lot better for adults,and could do with some more light down at the bottom pool bar.Its about a 15 minuite walk in to Analipsi,not a lot there but still nice to have a look.Went in to Hersonissos which is lovely.but quite a walk up to main road for bus better off getting taxi about 12 euros.One thing is there is never any desert spoons or tea spoons about,allways have to ask should be set at table.On the hole had a great holiday .

  • Stayed August 2013, travelled with family
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 14 August 2013

Stayed here as a family of four (2 children 16 and 8). Our room was 620 overlooking the top pool. No complaints with the room - modern furnishings, spacious (2 bedrooms) and fantastic pool view and terrace. Cleaned daily to a very high standard. Pools and surrounding areas are lovely, again very clean and well maintained. Food was of a good standard - plenty of choice and what you would expect from 4* all inclusive. The Thomas Cook kids club was very good and my daughter enjoyed all the sessions she went to. My only moan would be the extra charges for the themed parties - I understand there was food and treats provided but shoudn't that be in with the all inclusive as if not eating pizza and chips at the party they would be eating it at the restaurant? The Family World reps Jen and Camilla were fantastic - very friendly and welcoming and providing activities if you wanted to join in. The Asian restaurant is really nice - it would of been great if you could eat here more than once in a 14 night stay.

The negatives were the evening entertainment was very poor - the worst we have come across at a 4 star hotel. Run by the animation team - miming to songs, comedy sketches (quite often not suitable for children to watch). There was also bingo (but this cost 10-20 euros with the promise of a 'big' cash jackpot which was actually 40 euros). The animation team were not as friendly around the pool etc. as at other hotels we have been to and we often felt as though we did not really know what activities were being run each day.

2. My other gripe was also the AI drinks - limited to local brands which often appeared watered down. Also the use of flimsy plastic glasses at the bar - both during the day and at night. I understand glass is not safe around the pool during the day but hard plastic tumbler style glasses would of been much nicer to drink from particulary in the evening! Note that AI finishes at 11pm each evening.

But overall a nice family hotel. We wouldn't return here but would recommend it pointing out the negatives (in our view) above.

  • Stayed August 2013, travelled with family
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 13 August 2013

Enjoyed 2 weeks with my husband, 2 sons (9 & 13) along with 2 other families of 4, each with teenagers 26th July-9th Aug'13.
Rooms: Ours was older (594) which had a slightly damp smell on arrival. The toilet was screwed on with wooden blocks - definitely not a great first impression and not to the standard we have enjoyed in previous hotels. However, it was ideally positioned away from any noise from bars / entertainment. Standard family rooms have essentially 2 rooms - one leading into the other. Ours had twin beds then through to a double which led out to the balcony. Our friends had a room overlooking the pools near the restaurant which was similar but went from a double to a twin then onto the terrace. Rooms available till 12 on day of departure but you can pay to keep them on if available.
Entertainment: We did bingo on the first night but learned our lesson! 10 euro's a strip - won the house and it was only 40 euro's! We didn't really watch the hotel entertainment in the ampitheatre as much of it was similar to what we'd seen in other hotels. We preferred to sit and chat (and have a drink) with our friends. Ampitheatre is a little anti-social we thought. Fire show was hotel entertainment at it's best. Najid and Bea were really pleasant. Zulu can be a little irritating but means well and the chief animator didn't speak to us in two weeks - he definitely seems more comfortable with the non-British guests. Thomas Cook girls Jen and Camilla were just lovely. Also recommend swimming lessons with Grace. We watched a few children really improve with her help and encouragement. For teenagers - pizza and internet night on a Monday night with the Thomas Cook girls is a must. 10 Euro's and they get to meet others their age.
Pools & Sunbeds: Some get up early but there always seemed to be beds available. They're all very comfortable. Towels available from reception for a deposit but most use their own. Pools are faultless. Kostas and Mattias in the bottom pool bar (complete with swim up bar) are great guys. Also must mention Chris and Daniel who both do a fab job. Much of the time we literally had the pool to ourselves. Definitely no overcrowding amazing for July /August. also a fish spa and massage area just next to the pool.
Beach: Quite small but pleasant. Sandy. Busy at times but meals time quieter and always beds available (free). Concrete wall has been built to break the waves so it's very calm and you can walk out. Great for the children. Lovely breeze.
Food: Not a single complaint from any of the 12 in our party - fresh pizzas, traditional Greek, Kids section nice selection of salads. Beautiful desserts. If anything could let it down, it would be the lack of variation on the snack front for those that don't want to venture to the restaurants for lunch or have missed breakfast. Literally just cheese and ham rolls / cakes every day. Asian Retaurant was amazing although we weren't too keen on the other a la carte restaurant. Can use each once during your stay.
The planes do pass over the hotel enroute to the airport and they can be quite frequent - however, when you do notice them, the noise is passed within 30secs and it really isn't going to spoil your holiday!
Stella village sits at the beach side of the hotel so you pass through the shared pirate pool / shop area to access the sea front. Stella Village is nearly all French guests.
Analipsi: About a 10 min walk to the centre of the village. Not much there really. A few shops and bars but enough to have a wander round if you need a change of scenery. Nearest shopping town is Hersonnisis 12-15 euro's in a taxi. Very busy main shopping rd so not recommended for those with young children - although you can get off it and that's more pleasant.. oh and there's a McD's there too!!! Overall, a great holiday. Beatiful hotel and lovely staff. Not the pull we've had back to other places but would definitely consider returning - particularly as the child price is to 17.

  • Stayed July 2013, travelled with family
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 11 August 2013

We went for 2 weeks from the 26th July to the 9th August 2013 and thought we may get bored... how wrong we where we could of easily stayed another 2 weeks!
My 4 year old cried and sulked for the majority of the last day as he didn't want to leave!
We travelled with Thomas cook and upon arrival the reception staff where friendly and helpful and our luggage was taken by golf cart to our room along with us!
We where at first placed in a room directly opposite the amphitheatre which I knew would be too loud for me ..... I requested a room change and reception where very helpful and polite (so please ignore reviews that say anything else!) They said they would be able to change our room the next day and that was fine with us. ....our first room was I must say of a lesser standard to the one we where moved to I suspect these are older rooms maybe?
My son loved the disco and although it was run by the hotels club they translate everything and don't leave you out (which I have had happen at a first choice resort!)
The next day we where moved to a room near the restaurant with a lovely tiled patio and grass area to play on outside. All the gardens and paths are kept cleaned and I saw gardeners daily maintaining a different area of the hotel.
The pools where lovely and the main two large ones where well cleaned and maintained although I do week the kids pirate pool could of been filtered better as I did notice a lot of the astroturfs black rubber bits had accumulated on the floor and didn't seem to be going away!
All the bars where kept clean and tidy and staff where always friendly and happy help.
The food was nice and I always found something for my fussy 4year old to eat! The freshly made omelettes are a must for breakfast but you have to explore and look closely at wjats going on everywhere to not miss anything tasty being cooked up I noticed!
My son loved the fresh pancakes every morning!
The Thomas cook kids club was fab for my little boy. He's never been to one before and he loved it. He was made to feel welcome and asked to go daily!
The activities sometimes differed to what was on the board and I suspect this was due to lack of numbers at a morning session but he always enjoyed it EG he made a treasure map and went on a treasure hunte day and he made a medal and did an obstacle course another along with games and songs etc.
The Thomas cook disco was on 3 times a week and fab they have games with prizes and lots of fun dancing. They also have dizzy and shades who he loved! The staff especially liam the lion are really great with the kids but I noticed he really made sure they where having fun!
The massage gazebo is great for a relaxing treat whilst the kids are at kids club too. This is 15 or 20 euros but very nice as a special treat!
Overall I would go back no questions asked. All the staff are friendly and helpful and make you feel welcome whenever they see you they will say hello etc. And a special mention for the reception and maintenance staff who sorted all the problems we had writhing minutes usually! EG me blowing the room electrics plugging something in... and the aircon breaking (fixed very next morning ) and the bathrooms hairdryer... brand new one installed by the time I returned from tea! Excellent hotel and woukdbt recommend to all!

  • Stayed July 2013
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 August 2013

Just returned yesterday from a 10 night holiday at the Stella Palace. We arrived at 1.00 am late at night so went straight to room. The hotel had kept a cold salad buffet open for us which was a nice touch. Our room (2 bedroom family room) was excellent. The hotel is only 6 years old so nothing is getting old yet. Lovely bathroom with lots of complimentary shower gels etc, complimentary slippers (which we have never had anywhere before), double bedroom with built in wardrobes and separate twin bedroom for the children. We were on the ground floor opposite the main pool which was the best positioned hotel room we have ever had! Lovely decked patio with furniture, small garden with pathway straight to the pool. On the evenings the pool bar at the pool by our room had live musicians which was lovely as we came back after the ampitheatre entertainment and sat on our patio watching the live music. When we opened the curtains on our first morning (after arriving during the night) I was amazed at how stunning the hotel grounds were. They are kept immaculate with tiles and pathways washed down each morning. It is the first hotel we have stayed in with wooden sunloungers with padding not plastic, which made it feel really like a 5* hotel. There are 7 pools at this hotel which is not included in the brochure description but ought to be as this helped each pool feel spacious and never crowded. We were there in the school summer holidays and each pool felt empty compared to other hotels. There are 3 main pools, a children's pool with a pirate ship slide and 3 other pools which belong to the Stella Village. Stella Palace is adjoined to a 3* hotel called Stella Village and everyone can share each others' facilities. We hardly went to the village part except to go to the shop, as the pools at the Palace were far superior. We met people from the village who said their hotel was nice but ours was 5* and they couldn't afford it. It certainly felt like a 5* hotel and anyone who is thinking of booking will not be disappointed.
The food however let it down slightly. Everything is edible and there is a good variety. Most nights there was a theme night for the evening meal - greek, fish, asian, italian. On these nights extra tables were set up with live cooking and were immaculately displayed. The rest of the food though was not the best we have ever had. Rubicon Palace in Lanzarote was definitely 5* food. You can have one visit to the Gourmet restaurant and the Asian restaurant. We never went to the gourmet one but the Asian one was absolutely 5*! You have a 5 course meal, choosing one soup, 2 starters from a selection of 9, one main from a selection of 9 and one dessert. This was the highlight of the meals for us- definitely do not miss out on this.
We usually go on holiday with First choice and have visited many of their Holiday villages as we like the variety of children's activities available for our 10 and 7 year old boys. We thought we would try Thomas cook this year for a change so looked at the top kids club hotels (Family World) presuming they would be similar to First choice. They were not on par with First choice at all. Our kids enjoyed them but they tended to do the same things over and over again. The activity descriptions on the board had different titles but the description of what it was was nearly always 'work as a team on different challenges' so was very vague. There were hardly any children in the kids clubs most of the time and so they must put them on the Xbox, which my 2 liked but they do enough of that when they are at home! It is worth mentioning now that the reason there weren't many children in kids club was because there are hardly any English people in this hotel, which had quite surprised me, especially being a Family World hotel. I thought during the school holidays there would have been loads of children for them to make friends with as there were with First choice.
The hotel consists of about 80% French, about 5% English and the rest being German, Russian, Polish, Italian. We didn't have a problem with this but it was just a shame there weren't more English children for my children to play with, as the other Nationalities have their own separate kids clubs. Perhaps they could join together at sometimes during the week to teach children about different Nationalities, languages and customs, and make international friends?
We have booked to go to another First choice holiday village for next year (sorry Thomas Cook!) But don't let this put you off. If you want a top class hotel and aren't bothered about kids clubs it is for you. I put the kids clubs first to give my children different experiences whilst on holiday, like raft building, kayaking etc which First choice provide.
We booked to go on the Knossos trip which cost 120 euros for the four of us. It was a nice trip to see the palace where the MInotaur was supposed to have been kept and killed by Theseus, which my children were interested in having studied the Ancient Greeks at school. However, the 120 euros only covers the coach and having a tour guide. You have to pay another 6 euros for each adult (children are free) to get in and then in the afternoon you are taken to the capital Heraklion to go shopping and left for 3 hours before you can return to the coach. We went in a museum so this cost more money. So it was not worth 120 euros - no entrance fees or meals included in the day, so you have left your fully inclusive food back at the hotel and not been provided with anything for the day. If you want to go I would suggest you get a taxi yourself.
The entertainment was ok - some nights better than others. The thomas cook reps only come on twice a week and you never see them again in the evenings. The entertainment is ran by the 'foreign' team and translated into English for you. 5 out of 7 nights is 'cabaret night' consisting of the same team of people doing comedy sketches and dances. Got a bit boring after a while but we do like to go to the entertainment so kept turning up each night. The 2 best nights were a night when a guest circus family from Albania did a show with magic tricks, illusions, fire eating, walking on glass, etc which was amazing and 5* entertainment. Our last night was the 'pool party'. The first part I did not think was appropriate for a 'family' resort and consisted of ladies who had been selected during the day to take part in 'Miss Stella' like a Miss World and had to parade with outfits and then bikinis. This is dead boring for children! However, the next part was a great experience for my family. My husband along with 30 other men had been asked during the day if he would participate in the greek show which consisted of 30 men in 2 circles of 15 walking in different formations in the pool at 10.30 at night holding fire torches. They had to practise with straws at 4.30 in the afternoon and do it with live fire on the evening! It was so well planned and executed and looked amazing! It ended with fire works going off. The whole day people had been setting things up around us all around the pool and it took at lot of preparation - they do it once every fortnight and is absolutely amazing. However, all in all, it was not 'family' entertainment which I expected on a Family World holiday, but geared for adults.
You can walk across the road to the hotel's own private beach with free sunloungers! This is lovely for a couple of days but the sea is quite choppy so beware.
I think I may have considered everything now - ground 5*, room 4.5*, food 4.5*, kids clubs 3*, entertainment 5* for adults, 3* for kids, excursions 3* for value for money.
If you have booked to go to the Stella or are thinking of booked, you will not be disappointed. We are quite a fussy family and will only stay in a minimum of 4* hotels as we like our hotel to be as comfortable as our home and not leave a lovely home to be downgraded in a hotel, so if you would recommend it you will definitely love it.
Sitting here now writing this review, makes me wish I was there now. It's 10 to 2 now, so the kids would just be getting ready to go to the 2pm kids club! Never mind, we have next year's holiday to look forward to.

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  • Stayed July 2013, travelled with family
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Property: Stella Palace Resort & Spa
Address: Analipsi, Hersonissos, Crete 70014, Greece
Region: Greece > Crete > Heraklion Prefecture > Hersonissos > Analipsi
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Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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