My wife and I took our two year old boy to Chania for a week's break in April 2012. Casa Veneta was a great choice. We got a large room, with a good kitchenette to sort out a hungry boy, a balcony to sit out on and enjoy the street scene below, which felt we were going out after he went to bed. The 3 level apartment was very clean and well equipped - loads of room. Our bed was firm but really comfortable.
Chania was a great town for us, with the Old Town to explore, and trips to the city beach. What made it really special though, was the welcome that the owner's son George gave us. Our son and him got on so well, and he was unbelievably helpful - endlessly phoning the bus station and helping us with ideas about places to go, all of them excellent. We were really sad to go, but will be back, I hope. We will certainly recommend Chania and Casa Veneta to our friends.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tucked away in a narrow side street in the old quarter of Chania, Casa Veneta has plenty of olde worlde charm.It is a new, four storey building which we have sympathetically reconstructed from an old Venetian facade. For your convenience we have a television lounge on the ground floor. We have kept the atmosphere of the Grand Venetian period by using stripped polished wood for our interiors, and giving some studios a gallery bedroom.A friendly, most charming base in an excellent location from which to explore this historic and atmospheric town. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Casa Veneta Crete/Chania