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All reviewsclose to the airportheraklion airportswimming poollate flightwalk takesbefore midnightone nightair conhire carbreakfast was buffet stylenice poolsized roomlarge showerbus stopshort stayclean hotelrooms are spacious
The air con did not work and the room fridge was inaccessible. I was unable to use the fridge as it was blocked by the bed.The hotel was also in a very noisey location. The staff were pleasant and helpful.
Again, we used the charming Hotel Sofia to begin and end (sadly) our three weeks in Crete this July. Cannot praise this family run hotel enough, as it has all you need for a relaxing stay. Warm, helpful staff, comfortable, clean rooms which are amazingly...More
It is one of the best 3star hotels i have visited. Close to the airport but with adequate sound proof windows, friendly staff, clean rooms, nice wc and a decent basic swimming pool. The price is definitelly very good for the service offered.
Stayed 1 night here as we had a late flight into Crete and it was a great decision. 5 min taxi from the airport, lovely clean room with air con and fantastic breakfast. The kids were in the pool while we were still eating! We...More
Very close to the airport, less than 5 minutes in a taxi. Check in was quick and easy. Dinner by the pool was simple but delicious. The room was big enough for four of us and all our luggage, was clean, comfortable and functional. Breakfast...More
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The ancient site of Knossos is well worth a visit and can be accessed from the main bus station by local bus, there are also museums, galleries and old churches that are worth a visit. The town centre of Heraklion is packed... More
The ancient site of Knossos is well worth a visit and can be accessed from the main bus station by local bus, there are also museums, galleries and old churches that are worth a visit. The town centre of Heraklion is packed with shops and some malls just ask at your hotel reception. You will find English spoken practically everywhere and judging by the clarity of your question you should be fine. The Cretan people are warm, welcoming, cultured and very helpful so have a wonderful time!