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Minoos 15 Koum Kapi, Chania Town, Crete 731 31 Greece
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#63 of 211 Specialty lodging in Chania Town
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Our small family hotel consists of 5 spacious and bright apartments, fully renovated in 2015 and ensure a comfortable and quiet stay at the Heart of Old Town of Chania. All rooms have a private bathroom with a shower, a double bed, two single beds, and a sofa bed and each is suitable to accommodate up to 4 people. In-room amenities include free Wi-Fi,LCD TV, air condition and refrigerator.
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Rooftop terrace
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Babiskiss wrote a review Aug 2020
Warsaw, Poland968 contributions117 helpful votes
A nice little hotel with a hippy vibe. The mission is unbeatable writhing 2 minutes walk to the Venetian port and all the main cites you wo want to see in Chania. Breafast was prepared for us fresh daily and the lady at the reception was super pleasant and helpful.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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tomgoesplaces wrote a review Jul 2020
Sydney, Australia7 contributions2 helpful votes
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We spent four night in Chania just after Greece reopened for tourists. Pick Loco was the perfect hotel for us. Nikki the host was very accommodating and full of good suggestions and tips for what we should do. She even stood me a few shots of her homemade raki one morning when she could see that I was hungover. The breakfast is great - we had delicious Greek style muesli and yoghurts most mornings - and Cretan style eggs when we were hungover. Very spacious rooms and a roof terrace if you want to catch some sun. Aside from exploring beautiful Chania we took some day trips: - we rented a boat from someone five minutes walk from the hotel and went out snorkelling and exploring the coast and a local island nature reserve full of kri-kri (Cretan goats). Sailing out of the Venetian harbour is not to be missed. - We drove to Balios Beach along the coast - stunning beach but some fitness required to get down to it from the car park. - we drove to Gouverneto Monastery and hiked down the gorge to a beautiful swimming hole at the coast. - we drove nearby and went paragliding - stunning views of the white mountains. I can’t recommend Chania, Crete, or Poco Loco enough!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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hiking_reads wrote a review Sep 2019
Cambridge, Canada89 contributions30 helpful votes
As the photos show, unusual decorations in the main floor area. But it's a great place to stay. Our hostess, Nikki, was very helpful, and went out of her way to help us plan our stay (including the Samaria gorge hike). Our room was a triple, which was great because we needed the room to re-pack for our trip home. The shower was small but adequate. Rooftop terrace with chairs and umbrellas. 5 minute (at most) walk to the water, even closer to bars and restaurants. Breakfast was freshly prepared to order, and was delicious. Highly recommended. Be advised, the hotel fronts on to the Saturday market street....so on Sat. you can't drive to the hotel until about 4pm. Free parking on the street.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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MelMMMM wrote a review Aug 2019
Sutherland Shire, Australia3,305 contributions69 helpful votes
Poco Loco is on the edge of Chania old town, looking out to the old town walls. There is street parking although it can be hard to get something in the middle of the day (and none at all on Saturdays when there’s a street market) - there’s a car park a minute’s walk away that’s only a few euros. There is a few pebbly places 5 minutes down the road where you could have a swim in the ocean but no actual beaches as such nearby. The walk to the main shopping area and restaurants is around 5 minutes through winding old back streets - we got happily lost a number of times. There’s a self serve laundry a couple of small blocks away (take change, the local shops don’t like giving it out). Poco Loco has 5 rooms and we stayed Room 4, the triple with seaview. This was on the 2nd floor (two flights of stairs, no lift). The view out the front is over the old walls and is sea glimpses rather than a full sea view but still pretty. Our room actually had three rooms, the first one from the front door overlooking the back into the old town had a single bed and a small bar fridge. Then the bathroom then the bigger bedroom with a queen bed and the the sea view (facing east with blockout curtains). Good airflow if you open windows on both sides and space on the tiny Juliet balcony to hang out washing. Bathroom is small like a lot of Greek bathrooms. Cabinet with a bit of storage. Hot water was a little on the cool side but it was so warm, that was not a problem at all. Extra pillows were in the wardrobe which had lots of space. Basic breakfast was included in the charge (toast, fresh orange juice and coffee) with with other options for an extra one or two euros - we had the yogurt and seeds with fruit which was delicious. My initial email inquiries were answered within a day or so, with informative answers. Staff were nice. Rooms were cleaned once a day. Deck on the roof was good for sunbaking. Chania itself is lovely and was my favourite town in Crete, I'd love to go back. Minor less than optimal stuff - the road it’s on is not large but gets a bit of traffic so it can be noisy occasionally - I’m a light sleeper and I had to use earplugs for noisy motorbikes. The rooms at the back would probably be fine. The tiny shower had a shower curtain which was a bit challenging to avoid getting shrinkwrapped by (hint -close the bathroom door). The bed was very hard - some Greek beds seem to be but this was bordering on uncomfortable. Wifi was a bit hit and miss. We asked George about it and he said the local infrastructure is a bit off and on. Staff are not on site all the time (although available by phone) so often we were there by ourselves. This was mostly OK, and I don't expect them to be hanging around just for the sake of it, so probably not really a negative, just kind of unusual.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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theclarkes3inspain wrote a review Jul 2019
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom63 contributions64 helpful votes
My wife, son and I recently stayed at this great little hotel for a weeks holiday. It was a world apart from the type of holidays we are used to - 5* hotels - but it didn't make any difference, we absolutely loved it! It's a quirky place, only small with five rooms but with a lovely relaxed atmosphere. We had the standard room which had a double and single bed. The room was large and whilst basic in it's amenities provided all the essentials you need; comfy beds, a decent bathroom with stand alone shower, air con, flat screen tv, safe and a hairdryer on request. Although we didn't have the luxury of a balcony, the hotel has a lovely roof terrace with great views of the old town and sea from which you can relax and enjoy drinks. The place overall was spotless with the rooms being cleaned every day. We had included breakfast in our deal which was a bonus. A choice of different menus with all the food being prepared fresh upon order. The location of the hotel could not be much better and within a couple of minutes walk of the harbour and the bustling front of Chania. Thanks to our host George who is a terrific chap and very special thanks to the wonderful Nicki and her team for providing such delicious food and helping us out with everything we needed to know. You were amazing!!! We wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel to anyone seeking a quiet and relaxing stay in Chania and we certainly hope to return again in the future. Lawrie, Susan and Tom
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Date of stay: July 2019
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$53 - $94 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
GreeceCreteChania PrefectureChania Town
NUMBER OF ROOMS
5
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Frequently Asked Questions about Poco Loco Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Poco Loco Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Greek National Football Museum (0.1 miles), Alexia Handmade Jewelry (0.3 miles), and Peacock Tail Bar (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Poco Loco Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Poco Loco Hotel?
Guests can enjoy a lounge, breakfast, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Poco Loco Hotel?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Poco Loco Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include To Artopoleion, Laganon, and Mon.Es.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Poco Loco Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to fitness classes and yoga classes during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Poco Loco Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Poco Loco Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Venizelos Graves (1.9 miles) and Firkas Fortress (0.4 miles).
Does Poco Loco Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.