Informações do estabelecimento
Saída até: 11:00
<h3>Localização Do Estabelecimento</h3> Com uma estadia Doma em Chaniá (Halepa), ficará a 15 minutos de carro de Antigo Porto Veneziano e de Praia da Marina de Agia. Este hotel de 4 estrelas está a 19,2 km (11,9 mi) de Praia de Seitan Limania e a 1,2 km (0,7 mi) de Mercado Central de Chaniá. As distâncias são apresentadas à 0,1 milha e ao quilómetro mais próximo. <br> - Praia de Koum Kapi - 0,3 km/0,2 mi<br> - Novo Museu Arqueológico de Chania - 0,5 km/0,3 mi<br> - Casa de Elefthérios Venizélos - 0,6 km/0,4 mi<br> - Tabakaria - 0,6 km/0,4 mi<br> - Ethniko Athlitiko Kentro Chanion - 0,8 km/0,...
El. Venizelou 124, Chania 731 00, Greece - Chania, Crete - Grécia - 73100
Comodidades do estabelecimento
Saída até: 11:00
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Staff acolhedor e boa localização
Avaliou em 7 de maio de 2016
O melhor do hotel é o staff e a localização, pois é caro para o que oferece. O café da manhã não é muito variado, embora suficiente. O iogurte é maravilhoso e tem uma geleia de morango divina. Porém não é um típico quatro estrelas. A arquitetura é charmosa de construção centenária e já foi sede de embaixada, porém não é muito funcional. Vista incrível do mar, embora não tenha um local legal no hotel para aprecia-la, a não ser no quarto ou do restaurante.
A bit disappointing
Avaliou em 29 de maio de 2022
There have been so many fabulous reviews thatI don’t understand why our experience was so disappointing. Other than very friendly reception staff, we never had a smile from breakfast staff despite our best friendly efforts! Very gloomy.
Probably one of the best places in town!
Avaliou em 20 de agosto de 2021
The location of the hotel is very good - we were able to have a max 30mins walk, along the beach, to the other side of the city. The room we had was very clean, with excellent air conditioning. Our view was towards the garden, so we were able to enjoy a glass of wine on the balcony, in the evenings. The breakfast room has a nice view towards the sea - a true pleasure to go there every morning. But I didn't yet mention the best part: the staff. They were always helpful, adivising on places to visit, helping with info regarding the public transportation, gladly offering beach towels/ombrella. They even offered to prepare for us a breakfast for the departure day - our flight back home was very early in the morning. One day, I hope to come back again. I definitely recommend Doma Hotel.
Avaliou em 9 de julho de 2021
Room with view. Not in the Center but close enough. Nice and helpful personnel. Old charming furniture. Neoclassical style building. Bus stop nearby. Small beach 10-15 minutes walk. Street can be a bit busy with traffic sometimes. Clean rooms.
Avaliou em 9 de outubro de 2019
Of course it all depends on who you are and what you’re into. I love this hotel bc it is architecturally interesting, historical and a bit eccentric. It is, especially, evocative. This was the consulate of the Austro-Hungarian empire in Crete. It was built in the late 1800s. Now, how cool is that? The decor respects the period of the building (more like a very large house, with 24 rooms on 3 floors). The needlework, photographs, and other wall hangings enchant. The first floor has two sitting areas. The third floor has a panoramic view of the Aegean one can enjoy while having breakfast. On check I found the staff to be especially warm and welcoming. They have assisted with directions and recommendations. My room, with a double bed, is at the front of the building in the middle of the second floor. It looks across the street to the Aegean, and I can see the walls of the Old City, as well as the minaret from the Ottoman era mosque. There is a lovely walking path into the Old Town. Another thing I love about this place is that I can turn to the right and go to Blue, within a block, a higher end seafood and steak restaurant above the sea, or to my left, I can go to the next cross street (Iroon Polytechneiou) where there are multiple hip restaurants. I discovered that this city is youthful, with many students. This area is especially lovely. Many of the buildings are old mansions. One is not “in the heart of Old Town” but very close and able to get a breather from the commercialism and tourism. There is no pool, but one could swim in the sea across the road, or at any of a number of beaches nearby. There is also on street parking within the block. For the most part these amenities are not available in Old Town. There is also a lift or an old beautiful wooden spiral staircase. The hotel’s small front yard also has a table and chairs for enjoying the view. The room has a refrigerator with mini-bar. All the expected amenities are in the room (hair dryer, bar soap, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, towels). I would note that Google Maps is off a bit on the location. This hotel is on Venizelou, just around the corner from the Hotel Irida at Ogdois Dekemvriou. Over 3 weeks I’ve visited Reythmnou, Iraklio, Aghios Nikolaus and now Chania, each is different and has its own merit. But Chania has the beautiful Old Town of Reythmnou, the beaches and resorts of Aghios Nikolaus, the sophistication of Iraklio. It is exceptionally clean, well designed, full of light and a feeling of well being, full of flowering bushes, and is both a physically and emotionally positive place to be.