Sadly, I could not put zero, because that is all it was worthy of. Arrived early hrs , taxi driver took our cases up about 5 floors. Opened what should have been an apartment door. A room with a kitchen sink on one side, everything was filthy . The furniture looked as if it was taken from a skip. We did not want to use anything. My husband fell backwards off a small step. Cut his wrist, hurt his back. He had pain all through our holiday. The next day, we told the owner re fall, not interested. About the filthy room, Told me to speak to the cleaner. She was not interested, threw her hands in the air. We offered to pay for the night . He took it , told us to remove our luggage that was hidden. In one hour. We found that every accommodation was full. Finally we were introduced to lovely Maria , we stayed one night in one apartment, lovely, but didn’t have outside space. She moved us the next day to another one. Perfect, just up the rd from where we started. We have been to Chania three times. Love it. Love the Greek people.. Have many Greek friends. Casa Venetia needs to have a health & safety check.…
Why such title? Well because the main protagonist of Casa Veneto (Stavros) will help you with everything! Best restaurants? Ask Stavros! Best ice cream? Ask Stavros! Need help with car rental? Ask Stavros! In all seriousness our stay in Chania was much better in large part to him. With his son they make sure the hotel runs smoothly. Let's break down the venue by lines: - location; absolute best location. You are located in the centre close to all the main shops, attractions, restaurants and bars. The street below really comes to life in the evening and the nice smell from the restaurant below adds to the lively old town atmosphere. - furniture; if you are looking for the newest pieces of furniture you will not find them here. For us this is not a priority, as such this does not affect the final score in any significant way. The apartment has everything you need and a very strong AC! So also during the hottest days there were no problems to stay in our room. - staff; again absolutely the best! An anecdote: we rented a car (in the local service) to pick up on the last day in hotel. The car should be ready at 13 and we had a check out at 11. Stavros said that he will try to shorten it. On the last day he tells us that the car will be ready at 11. On his own time he decided to try to make our stay easier. All in all 5/5 experience. No wonder the Casa Veneta has such high reviews. Stay here, you won't be sorry! :)…
Casa veneta is RIGHT in the old town, which is perfect for excursions and eating out in the evening, and a very affordable price. Only thing letting it down was very limited cooking equipment and our window faced onto a brick wall. The staff were very friendly and the lobby and our room were perfectly comfortable and clean.
Great hotel in the heart of Chania’s old town. Clean rooms and great location. Many cafes and restaurants nearby. Amazing, very friendly and helpfull host. We will be back in the future for sure. Highly recommend!
I stayed here for three nights; the location is perfectly in Chania old town. Room was with a small kitchenette with all you need. However the room was a bit gloomy though it was facing the street; also it was noisy till late in the night. The owner is very welcoming and helpful, also very friendly. You can get by Bus from Chania airport to Bus station in about 30 minutes with price of 2,50 euro, however taxi should cost not more than 25 euro. There are many restaurants nearby, which you can reach in walking distance with delicious food served. Overall experience was positive.
This was the cutest apartment! The bedroom was on a mezzanine overlooking the lounge with a wooden staircase leading up to it. From the lounge there were beautiful shuttered doors onto the balcony, which looked out to one of the stunning Chania streets and you could even see the sea and city walls if you were seated on the balcony. The location was incredible. It's within the old town and right near the harbour with all its restaurants and bars. And it's a short walk from bus stops and tour pickup points. And the price was quite reasonable. The owner was knowledgeable and friendly. I suggest asking him about the best tours, restaurants and bars, or anything about the city. He had some great tips.
The best place to stay in the harbour! Stavros is amazing, relaxed and friendly person, it was an honour to meet him. Great location everything close by yet room was super quiet. Everything you was in your room need and comfy beds!
Can’t beat the location - on the edge of the old town just a few metres to the sea wall of the harbour in a street full of cafes and restaurants. Parking is nearby but can be a problem at busy times. Owner is very helpful with recommendations - he is a local. The room we had was a studio room with cooking facilities and tea and coffee making facilities. The room was clean and comfortable but quite spartan. But then who wants to spend time in their hotel room in such a wonderful place.
Stavro (the owner), such an amazing person! Suggested restaurants, shops and places/beaches to go to. He knows all his clients names and we even met a couple of people that came back to his hotel every time they were in Greece. That says a lot! He always made sure we had everything we needed. We will definitely come back! Thanks for everything, Stavro!
Casa Veneta is on the edge of the Chania old town making it easy accessible by car. We parked just outside the old town a few steps away. Stavros was extremely helpful with organizing our itinerary and meal suggestions. Our room was simple but had two comfortable beds, a couch, good AC & wifi, mini kitchen, table & chairs, and a bathroom. The building seems old and historic with marble stairs. My 14 year old daughter and I stayed at Veneta for four nights. I know we will return to Chania and I wouldn't hesitate to stay at Casa Veneta again.