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Elounda Beach Hotel & Villas
Why we like it
- Elounda Beach Hotel & Villas lies scattered through 40 acres of grounds beside the blue, mountain-backed Bay of Mirabello
- All rooms feature air-conditioning, marble bathrooms and a balcony, terrace or garden
- 7 a la carte restaurants; Greek to Japanese - Peruvian & 2 buffet restaurants
- The spa, ESPACE VITALITE CHENOT, offers both holistic rejuvenation and relaxation in a tranquil setting
- The hotel has an outdoor seawater swimming pool and secluded white sandy beaches, with umbrellas and sun beds
- Other facilities and activities include tennis courts, mini-golf, scuba diving, water sports, a health and fitness club, yoga, Pilates, aerobics and aqua aerobics, shops and a beauty centre
- For children the hotel offers a daily activities programme and evenings of children's films in the company of the Kids Club staff. Babysitters are available
We found the Dionysos Restaurant which is named after the hedonistic God of Wine lived up to its name with delicious cuisine to match the understated atmosphere.
It’s been a pleasure working with Ailine on the past two trips (Morocco and Iceland). Her efficiency, attention to detail and prompt action have been hugely valuable and ultimately led to the delivery of two hugely successful trips which our clients have been beyond impressed by.
- GB, London
This luxurious hotel created in traditional Cretan style oozes sophistication. With access to two private, sandy beaches and a wide range of leisure activities to choose from, Elounda Beach Hotel lives up to its billing as a 'Leading Hotel of the World'.
The 245 rooms including 50 villas with private heated pools. We loved the ultra-modern and endlessly luxurious Yacht Club Villas, which provide the ultimate, exclusive waterfront paradise.
Relax on the beach or by the pool, wander along meandering paths through extensive gardens or embark on fascinating sightseeing tours, then revitalise in the calming atmosphere of the spa.
Best time to be there
The mainland and islands are very hot and dry in July and especially August, the preferred travel month for French, Italian and Spanish holiday makers, making conditions busy, hotel availability limited and the beaches crowded. May, June and September are infinitely more comfortable and generally less expensive.
Rhodes, with its refreshing westerly winds and moderate summer heat, makes it the ideal place to travel for a summer holiday or a short break in the spring or Autumn.
Fly toAthens and Thessaloniki (British Airways); Rhodes (easyjet); Heraklion, Santorini and Mykonos (British Airways to Athens and onward with Aegean Air)
Flying time3-4 hours
Time differenceGMT +2 hours
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