Island life in the Greek islands and chic Mediterranean hideaways are the inspiration for this unique resort perched on the Cretan Riviera near Rethymno. Island life: authentic, irreverent, easy going. The lifestyle of a traveller. The hotel’s landscaped exteriors, impressive entrance gallery and open air interiors have been lifted to fresh heights. Fantastic new restaurants, bars and stunning new sea view accommodation are the hallmarks of this unique resort.
The hotel welcomes you with an exciting collection of 15 different room types to choose from. Chic and light filled with vast sea view, with elegant rooms conceptualized “all in white” and representing the signature colour and concept of the resort.
The hotel lies on a 1,000m long sand and pebble coastline with changing cabins, showers, sun beds, beach towels and umbrellas free of charge. Blue flag awarded beach. The hotel features several pools – including private pools for selected suites – and a luxuriant Spa and fitness room.
Crete. A land that has nurtured human creativity and inspiration for over 4,000 years. Like no other Greek island, Crete welcomes and overwhelms visitors with its wealth of myths, legends, and history, a blessed and dramatic landscape, and an abundance of choices and experiences.
Rethymnon, the third largest town on Crete, is an intriguing mixture of old-world charm and lively Cretan life. The vivacious atmosphere of the old town is just the place for a stroll on long summer evenings. The different eras and influences on the town can be seen in the unusual architecture and buildings. Around the picturesque harbour one can see the Venetian influence that later gave way to the Turkish regime. The multitude of bars, cafes, tavernas, kafenions, and discos are guaranteed to provide entertainment to suit everyone’s taste.
A holiday for all! Children enjoy a dedicated holiday programme so the adults can relax, with a kids club and babysitting facilities. The beach is a child-friendly blue flag beach.
Glatt Mehadrin, Non-Gebrokts, supervised by Rav Nechemiah Rothenberg of Vienna