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With its near total German occupancy, this is a somewhat reserved hotel for English nationals. The main issue however is that it fails to live up to its self-styled 'boutique' tag. The room we were given for a 16-night stay was roadside, noisy and extremely...More
Agia Galini on the south coast is a lovely place to stay to get a bit of a feel of an old village albeit much developed now for tourism. The Palazzo Greco is family owned and run and we were made very welcome on our...More
Room was overall OK (bed very comfortable, bathroom tiny). Room overlooked the road so traffic noise. All fine for us there out of season (room deeply discounted and not too much road traffic) but I would have been very annoyed to pay the full rack...More
Pleasant modern hotel set on the main road at the top of the town with parking opposite. Helpful friendly staff. Building is modern, tiled and as such echoes, coupled with a road front and back there is enivatably some noise. Hotel recognises this and provides...More
We have been on vacation on Crete several times and we are usually taking several trips to unkown places, just to explore the island. Last september we visited Agia Galini and hotel Palazzo Greco. This was one of the cities I would like to return...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
US$54 - US$259 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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Hi, both choices have own benefit. As with balcony you have more privacy, in patio you have more opened feeling sitting by the pool (instead of sitting on the balcony) and you have superb view to the see overlooking the pool... More
Hi, both choices have own benefit. As with balcony you have more privacy, in patio you have more opened feeling sitting by the pool (instead of sitting on the balcony) and you have superb view to the see overlooking the pool (especially with the morning sunrise).