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Minos Beach Art hotel
Ranked #3 of 100 Hotels in Agios Nikolaos
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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104 reviews
25 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 69 helpful votes
“Stunning location, peaceful place”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 June 2012

Stayed the week 14-21 June 2012 at the Minos Beach hotel, at Agios Nikolaos, Crete. The hotel is in a stunning location and has extensive, well-kept grounds. We upgraded to a waterfront bungalow when we booked the holiday. Our bungalow (no 93) had a good size bedroom area with a narrow passageway containing wardrobes on one side and a dressing table and mirror on the other side connecting the bedroom to the shower room. A bit of a squeeze at times when husband wanted clothes from the wardrobe and I was using the mirror but overall the bungalow was a tranquil haven. The room was cleaned daily and towels and bed linen were changed regularly. What I liked the most about the waterfront bungalow was the reserved sunbeds for each bungalow. From our sunbeds we could see the ships coming in and out Agios Nikolaos harbour (sunbeds are on a lower level terrace with the bungalows number on) so no hunting for a sunbed round the pool. A bonus.

As I mentioned the grounds are extensive and it took us 6-7 minutes to walk from no 93 to the breakfast/dining room. If elderly I would advise requesting a bungalow nearer to dining areas.

We were on a half board option and had to eat our evening meal in the Bacchus restaurant. We found the evening meal to be fairly standard fare and the restaurant lacking in any kind of atmosphere. However, this was the same restaurant where every morning we enjoyed a very good buffet breakfast.

There was a smaller restaurant next to Bacchus called Ambrosia and it all depended on your accommodation which restaurant you were designated to eat in. Ambrosia was available to us but at a supplement. This created a feeling of being a second rate guest. There is a third restaurant called Bouillabaisse. This is al a carte and right on the waterfront. If on half board you received a credit towards the meal cost. This is a small restaurant so booking is advisable.

However, best of all the restaurants was Terpis, a beautiful Cretan taverna with tables in the surrounding garden and a decking platform that overlooked the waterfront, open from 1-3pm. We quickly decided that we would change the evening meal in Bacchus for the lunch in Terpis, where stunning views together with lovely food and atmosphere by the bucketful made for a perfect lunch. What we couldn’t understand (owners and management) was why Terpis was not open in the evening. What a wasted opportunity, even if you had to pay more euros and perhaps had to reserve a table.

One evening we enjoyed a Greek buffet dinner with Greek dancing at the sister hotel the Minos Palace just across the bay. A credit was given from the Minos beach hotel towards the meal from our half board allocation.

From the hotel reception it took us about 20 minutes to walk into Agios Nikolaos where there are many restaurants and about 5 minutes to walk to the nearest restaurants from the hotel. A taxi ride into Agios Nikolaos was a set fare of 5 euros.

I would return to this hotel but only on a bed and breakfast basis.

Room Tip: Upgrade to a waterfront bungalow, well worth it.
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  • Stayed June 2012, travelled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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5 Thank MrsMac349
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, Manager at Minos Beach Art hotel, responded to this review, 29 June 2012
Dear LBagsOne,

thank you very much for making the Minos Beach the hotel of your choice and for sharing your experiences with other traverlers. We hope you had a safe flight home.

We appreciate your kind feedback and we are very happy, that you enjoyed your stay.

Thank you also very much for your suggestions concerning the restaurants in the evening. Indeed, it would be nice to keep the Taverna also open in the evenings. But as the a la carte - restaurant La Bouillabaisse is right below with the same nice view, we think that not many guests would come. But we will think about it.

We hope that you come back to Crete and that we may welcome you again in Minos Beach!

With best regards,
Yours sincerly Minos Beach Hotelmanagement
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Somerset, United Kingdom
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144 reviews
36 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 90 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 June 2012

The Minos Beach is peacefully located on a pretty promontory, with little beaches and lots of swimming and sunbathing areas. Should you for some reason grow tired of the blue-green sea, then the well-tended gardens are relaxing, the pool is a good size for a proper swim, and a wide range of permanent sculptures keep popping up as you stroll around the grounds between white cubist bungalows, spa and restaurants. Even if art is not your thing, the exhibits are striking.
The main building [the only two-storied part] houses beautiful, elegant, relaxing, and not at all pretentious public rooms with lots of seating inside and out, antiques and more paintings and sculpture. Breakfast in sight of the sea and beneath tangles of pink bougainevillea was excellent, with something hot or cold for all tastes [for example, freshly-cooked eggs, pancakes etc, wonderful Greek yogurt and fresh fruit, and about ten different breads to choose from]. There's no shortage of places to eat lunch and dinner either, again with the sea as a backdrop. We particularly enjoyed lunch by the bay, reclining Roman-style on cushions, watching the occasional boat go slowly by.
The staff were extremely good at their jobs and lovely with it. The management approach of the hotel was just as it should be: very effective and totally invisible. Everything seemed to work smoothly; we felt relaxed throughout and would gladly recommend a stay to anyone seeking peace and that something extra.
Aghios Nikolaos doesn't have the prettiest skyline in Crete, though the area round the Lake is very attractive, but it has something for everyone. There are areas obviously geared to the younger tripper but lots of traditional, friendly tavernas aimed at older couples too. In fact, within five minutes walk of the hotel there are several good tavernas to choose from. Another ten minutes and your at the Lake with dozens of eating places, lots of shops and some bars with great views.
Spinalonga, via boat from Elounda, is well worth a trip - the old 'leper-colony-island' has been thoughtfully developed since I first visited there 20 years ago. Good to get there early or in late afternoon as it's a popular spot and can get busy. Comfortable, public buses to Elounda [and to lots of places] stop literally outside the hotel and will drop you outside on return. Taxis are reasonable too - new Mercs for the most part.
Is Crete/Greece 'safe' to visit? Of course it is! Our visit actually coincided with the elections and this made it even more interesting. We talked to local people who were very concerned about the economy and about their children's future, but conversations in England often cover similar themes, don't they? It might be slightly different in the big cities but the Cretan people were just as friendly, helpful and dignified as they were last time I came. Visit. Relax. Enjoy.

Room Tip: Even the smaller, seaview rooms in the main building are not that small, and being on the first floo...
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  • Stayed June 2012, travelled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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9 Thank PandYUk
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, Manager at Minos Beach Art hotel, responded to this review, 25 June 2012
Dear PandYUk,

Thank you very much for visiting Crete and for staying with us in Minos Beach! We hope you returned safely and healthy to your home.

We appreciate your kind feedback and that you share your impressions and experiences with other travelers. For us, it was a big pleasure to host you.

Your compliments for the whole team are not only the nicest form of appreciation, but also a high motivation to do every day with all our power the best for the satisfaction of our guests. We are doing this with a lot of pleasure and passion – only if our guests are happy, we can be happy, too.

We would be very happy to see you back again very soon for some relaxing days/ weeks in Minos Beach!

With best regards,
Yours sincerely,
Minos Beach Hotelmanagement
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Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
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14 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 32 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 21 June 2012

Just got back from a 2 week holiday in Minos Beach Arts Hotel. Perfect for a peaceful, relaxing holiday. The hotel and grounds cover a big area, so there are plenty of places to find quiet areas and sunbeds along the rocky waterfront, or the 2 small sandy beach areas, it never appears busy, as it is very spread out. The public cannot access these areas. The swimming pool is big, and was heated when we went, with plenty of comfortable sunbeds and umbrellas, it was also very peaceful at the pool, although somewhat hot, compared to the breezy waterfront. There is a pool bar for drinks and snacks.

The waterfront has a snack & drinks bar and a restaurant above open for lunch, with beautiful views of the bay. The food was delicious in all the restaurants with plenty of choice and variety. (We were full board). The staff were polite and friendly, and we looked forward to seeing them at meal times.Some nights we walked 15 minutes into town for a meal for a change, there are lots of restaurants around the lake, or if you walk further, there are more around the Marina.

Our only dissappointment was that our bungalow did not live up to the photos on the website, it looked tired, small and needed a 'refresh', but it was very clean and adequate for our needs. We ran out of hot water one night, just as we were getting ready for our evening meal. A maintenance main came straight away and installed a new heating system on the roof, it took a while to repair, so we were offered to use the facilities in the 'spare' guest room.

All in all, we loved it, and would go back again, opting for a bungalow.

Room Tip: Choose a bungalow, they are dotted around the pretty grounds and along the waterfront. The main buil...
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  • Stayed June 2012, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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2 Thank Polykala
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, Manager at Minos Beach Art hotel, responded to this review, 25 June 2012
Dear Polykala,

Thank you very much for coming to Crete and for making Minos Beach the hotel of your choice. We hope you had a safe and smooth trip home.

We highly appreciate your kind feedback with the nice pictures and that you share your experiences with other travelers. Please accept again our sincere apologize for the defect of warm water in your room and for the inconveniences it caused to you.

The opinion of our guests is a very important part of our quality management and we try to make everything possible to satisfy our guests.

Concerning the renovation we want to inform, that each winter we do smaller renovations like for example painting works and maintenance. With a bigger renovation unfortunately we have to wait, until the economically situation in Greece is a bit more stable in order to be able to make bigger plans. Therefore we only can ask our guests for comprehension.

Dear Polykala, with big pleasure we would like to welcome you again and hope to see you back soon!

With sunny regards from Agios Nikolaos,
Yours sincerely,
Minos Beach Hotelmanagement
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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19 reviews
9 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 14 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 June 2012

Set on a peaceful peninsula fringed by the sea and set in beautiful gardens the hotel is a gem and deserves to be rated one of the best on the island.

The bungalows are spacious, well maintaned though a little dark which could be resolved by having curtains with sepaerate linings so that the former can be drawn for privacy during the day. We read about the hard beds on Trip Advisor so were ready to ask for toppers but, after so many comments, including those in the guestbooks, one has to question why the hotel is not seeking to renew them.

Staff were professional with nothing being too much trouble. My case broke and would have been an issue for the return journey had they not promptly obliged with a roll of sturdy tape to keep it together.

This is not an ideal hotel for children given no paddling pool and the shore area, with the exception of two small beaches, comprises rocky bathing areas studded with loungers and umbrellas with swimming pool type steps to gain access to the crystal clear sea. Perhaps this is why guests, when we were there, tended in the main, to be mature couples with no children.

The food - nothing short of excellent as was the table service. Our package included half board eating in the Ambrosia restaurant in the evenings. We had full table service with the option to help ourselves from the salad table any time we wished.

A basket of a wide selection of bread is offered on arrival and we were able to select from a varied, intersting menu which changed every evening. Before those courses selected are served a small 'chefs suprise' arrives then the 4 selected dishes form the menu. If all of that is not enough there is the salad and cheese table and the desert table in the adjacent restaurant. Breakfasts were excellent and self service though there is a chef making bacon and aggs to order.

We would certainly go back - if we can brave the horrors of Heraklion airport which is terrible.

Room Tip: Go for the best your budget will allow. We had superior sea view and it was worth the extra.
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  • Stayed June 2012, travelled as a couple
    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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Thank Jubits8
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bluegr_Management, Manager at Minos Beach Art hotel, responded to this review, 16 June 2012
Dear Jubits8,

thanks a lot for visiting Crete and for making Minos Beach the hotel of your choice. We highly appreciate your feedback and hope, that you had a safe trip home.

It was a big pleasure to welcome you as our guests and we are happy to read, that you enjoyed your stay. Don't worry about the calories - Cretan food is so healthy, that calories don't matter.

Of course we also took note in your suggestions for improvements and will work on it. Concerning the matrasses it's difficult to adjust to the demands of each guest, as everybody has individual needs to his matrass. But we provide toppers in order to customize the bed, if needed.

Dear Jubits8, we would be very happy to welcome you as our guests again and hope to see you back soon!

With sunny regards from Agios Nikolaos,
Yours sincerly Minos Beach Management
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Sheffield, United Kingdom
2 reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 June 2012

We are due to fly home tomorrow after a week at fabulous Minos Beach Art Hotel and have had a fantastic time. Everything about this hotel is first class......we were upgraded on arrival from a standard room to suite no. 120 which is in a really good location and a lovely room. The service and staff were faultless, nothing was too much trouble and they make you feel at home as soon as you arrive. The food was amazing and the setting breathtaking, the best we have ever seen. I had a massage in the spa which was superb & well worth a trip to. Great location 15 mins walk to town & a few bars/small supmarkets on the hotels door step also. Agios Nikolaos lovely town with good selection of bars & restaurants. Would definitely recommend this hotel & area. Thank you for a perfect holiday.

Room Tip: Rooms in the main building & suits near main building are good location, bungalows past beach co...
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  • Stayed June 2012, travelled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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2 Thank C12072
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bluegr_Management, Manager at Minos Beach Art hotel, responded to this review, 14 June 2012
Dear guests,

Thank you very much for visiting Crete and for staying with us in Minos Beach. We hope you had a safe trip home.

We highly appreciate your kind feedback! It was a big pleasure to have you here as our guests and we would be very happy to welcome you again!

With best regards from Agios Nikolaos,
Yours sincerly Minos Beach Hotelmanagement
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 29 helpful votes
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 June 2012 via mobile

Overall a good hotel I would happily recommend. Good location 15 mins walk from town, some bea & lots of places to sit, decent size pool, nice food and pretty spotless. Staff at reception are brilliant, really knowledgable & helpful (which is just as well as the written info gives you little to go on). Loved the man providing pancakes& eggs and bacon to order at breakfast! Quiet and restful with nice well kept gardens, not so sure about some of the art thought. If it was my hotel I'd change a couple of things. You pay for pedalos, canoes, ok to charge for diving and water sports but everything seems a bit much. Agree with other reviews, drinks are expensive and the bar is empty as people go to the shop or bars in town, pity as the bar area is lovely. Even nicer is the bar/restaurant by the beach which seems very under utilised, best location and no more than 2 people dining there most nights. Really complicated system of evening dining with restaurant allocated depending on your accommodation. Not sure why this it is felt necessary surely all guests should be valued equally? Finally more restaurant staff please in the main restaurant, they seemed stretched and we had to ask for tea, staters etc.

  • Stayed June 2012
    • 3 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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3 Thank Platypusandcharlie
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bluegr_Management, Manager at Minos Beach Art hotel, responded to this review, 14 June 2012
Dear guests,

Thanks a lot for visiting Crete and for making the Minos Beach the hotel of your choice. We hope you had a safe trip home and we are lucky to read that you enjoyed your stay.

Thank you also very much for your suggestions concerning the restaurant. Please accept our apologize for your mentioned circumstances. We took note and will improve in the service.

Concerning the additional costs in Minos Beach, kindly note, that already in the hotel description is mentioned, that watersports is against charge. Our watersports providor is "Pelagos water sports" . The price for pedalo or canoe for 2 persons is € 15,- per hour, more information is available on divecrete.com. We think, these prices a reasonable and comparatively low for a professional and well equipped watersports center with high security standards.

Concerning the prices for drinks at the bar or during dinner, we would like to give some price samples:
1 bottle of wine is available from € 16,-
Local beer € 4,20
Soft drinks/ Fruit juices € 3,90
Mineral water (1 l) € 3,90
Longdrinks: from € 5,30
Cocktails: from € 5,50 (Cocktail of the day)

Compared with other 5 star - hotels in the region, these prices are below the average and in our opinion quite fair.

Dear guests, we hope to see you back soon and will be happy to be your host again!

With best regards,
Yours sincerely Minos Beach Hotelmanagement
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16 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 28 helpful votes
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 May 2012

May 20th to 27th was my second visit, having been here in Sept 2010 and overall I'd have to say its exactly what i'm looking for in a holiday. So relaxing and the staff were so polite and helpful. As with my first visit, everything offered in the restaurant was of a good standard and again the staff were superb. The only points to note in the restaurant is that a bottle of wine we bought one evening for 25 Euros we found in the Duty free at Heraklion (more on HER duty free later) for 6.80 Euros. Yes it was the exact same bottle. Quite a mark up?

The second point to note in the restaurant (and I may be a little fussy here, but its just an observation) was that the standard of dress in the dining room in the evening seems to have slipped since 2010 if only slightly, but I hope this is not the thin end of the wedge. I know times are hard in Greece and they have to take the money wherever they can get it. The vast majority of gentlemen wear a nice smart collared shirt but some are permitted in with round neck t-shirts and training shoes. This is an erosion of standards which should be arrested. I wouldnt like to come back in a year or two to find people sitting at dinner with baseball caps on back to front!

After dinner you may wish to visit the bar which is very pleasant but be aware that a vodka & lemonade and a Gin & Tonic is 15 Euros....just thought someone might like to know :-)

We booked a waterfront bungalow and were allocated No 79 which was good with a lovely sea view. The only problem with this bungalow is that there appears to be a mixture of drains and sewage covers at the rear which was quite smelly when we arrived, and the smell was inside the bungalow too. We closed the bathroom window (which was right near the drain covers) and vented the room through the front door and we didnt have another problem inside with the smell. The beds are two single beds shoved together, so if you fance a cuddle up, 'mind the gap!' Getting into the sea from our reserved area adjacent to the room was a bit troublesome due to large slippery rocks in the water right by the steps. Other bungalows would be better. When I visit again (which I will) I'll be sure to avoid No 79. It couldn't have been much of a problem because had it been so, I would have mentioned it at reception and i'm sure they would have moved us. By the way, on the subject of the room, a small can of beer from the mini bar is about 4.20 Euro as I recall, and in the little shop over the road from the entrance to the hotel the same beer is 1.10 Euro.

The clientelle, at a guess consists of approx 50% British and the remainder a mix of French, Norwegian, German and other nations from North West Europe. More of a concern this time was the influx of Eastern Europeans, and in particular Russians. Lets face it, they dont appear to endear themselves to anyone except other Russians. 'We've got the money so we'll do as we please and sod the rest of you' This is the impression that I get and more sadly, one that may endure. If there were to be a significant increase of Russians here I dont think it would be a good thing for other guests at the hotel. This is only my opinion of course. I visited Cyprus last month and they are everywhere! I dont like it.

On the way back we called into the Heraklion duty free shop. Austerity measures in the form of heavy taxes are already hitting Greek prices. The prices of ALL duty free at Gatwick were significantly cheaper. Avoid.

Overall we loved the hotel! Its possibly the best hotel ive stayed at for some time and in May or September the temperature is just perfect too. Its a perfect place to relax! Yes i'd recommend it strongly to friends or family. Having said that its not really great for teenage kids at all (thank goodness) and its better for couples, or single travellers who just want to relax.

Thankyou to all the staff who made our stay so enjoyable once again. We will be back again.

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  • Stayed May 2012, travelled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 4 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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    • 5 of 5 bubbles
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6 Thank NPP62
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bluegr_Management, Manager at Minos Beach Art hotel, responded to this review, 29 May 2012
Dear NPP 62,

thank you so much for having been our guests again and for letting us and other travellers know your detailled opinion!

It is nice to read, that you spent in general a nice and relaxing holiday. Please accept our sincere apologize, that we did not satisfy you completely. We took note of your suggestions and will work on these points.

Concerning the dresscode in the restaurant we would like to add, that the dresscode of course is "smart casual". In order to allow a comfortable dinner in a nice atmosphere of a 5 - star - hotel, we will have a stronger eye on it.

We are looking very forward to see you back!

Best regards,
Yours sincerly Minos Beach Management
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Property: Minos Beach Art hotel
Address: Akti Ilia Sotirchou, Agios Nikolaos, Crete 721 00, Greece
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Region: Greece > Crete > Lasithi Prefecture > Agios Nikolaos
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#3 Top resorts Hotel in Agios Nikolaos
#3 Luxury Hotel in Agios Nikolaos
#3 Spa Hotel in Agios Nikolaos
#3 Romantic Hotel in Agios Nikolaos
#3 On the Beach Hotel in Agios Nikolaos
#7 Family Hotel in Agios Nikolaos
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££
Hotel Class:5 star — Minos Beach Art hotel 5*
Number of rooms: 129
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Minos Beach art hotel has been influenced by the traditional architectural style of fishermen’s villages of Eastern Crete. One storey, whitewashed bungalows and villas with terraces and minimal interiors are almost touching the sea. The unique environs of the hotel with its sumptuous gardens and narrow stone paved streets host the 45 works of Greek and foreign artists. In the eastern part of Crete, only a ten-minute walk from the town centre of Agios Nikolaos and a 45-minute drive from the airport of Heraklion. Exquisite decoration features, minimalist forms and Feng-Shui elements enriched by the Greek aesthetics of cotton and wood, handcrafted details, candles and water syntheses, create unique spaces and corners, making your stay in Minos Beach unforgettable. For a truly VIP experience at Minos Beach, we offer one presidential villa and three executive villas with private swimming pools, as well as exclusive bungalows that are literary “caressing” the sea. ... more   less 
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