Looking for a place to stay in Hersonissos? Then look no further than Hersonissos Palace Hotel, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Hersonissos to your doorstep.
Hersonissos Palace Hotel Crete is a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free internet access is offered to guests.
The hotel features a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Hersonissos. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Roman Fountain (0.2 mi), located nearby, makes Hersonissos Palace Hotel a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Hersonissos landmark.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Valentino, one of the delis that can be found in Hersonissos, which is a short distance from Hersonissos Palace Hotel Crete.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular ancient ruins like Roman Archaeological Remains, which is a short distance from the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hersonissos Palace Hotel as you experience everything Hersonissos has to offer.
We arrived late at night and were worried that we would not get something to eat, but the receptionist was kind enough to have arranged cold dishes and a drink. Was a nice touch. The rooms are spacious, though they need a bit of updating. We enjoyed our meal at the restaurants. My husband really liked the Greek desserts, though I personally found them too sweet. Crete in general was nice to travel, though be careful while driving, as Greeks drive like crazy!!
Eventhough the bus took 1 hour to arrive at the hotel, the porter and the receptionist were friendly, and showed me to my room, which was spacious. The food had a good variety, especially the desserts. Animation was a bit limited, but music nights we ok. The Island is beautiful in October, but we had one day of rain.
Stayed here in October 2019 as solo traveller. On arrival it was around 10.15pm local time, I was offered food but decided I just needed a drink and my room so declined. I was given a room on 1st floor down corridor believe it or not it was room 101, right outside there was two doors, first one not locked this led to an area for cleaners to use, then door to room. The room was not nice at all, so avoid this room, the views not good but the shower area was very old and stained in shower base definitely needed replacing. I requested another room and was told to ask at reception the following morning. I managed to just about get couple drinks in, both bars shut 11pm. Following day I was given another room on 2nd floor near reception this room was very nice, the concierge, Tomas, brought my case from other room to me. The door lock leading to balcony was faulty but within 15 mins of my reporting it was fixed. The only problem with this room was that every time I showered the floor was wet through. I didn't report this, didn't want to move again. I found food good and restaurant staff very pleasant apart from the main man, maitre de, he was miserable, I said calamara most days he never spoke back or even smiled so I decided to ignore him. I loved the pool area especially the quiet pool at the back, sometimes I had pool to myself. I also loved the champagne bar and Androniki, the barmaid, was an expert making champagne cocktails and very friendly too. Unlike the man who worked the pool bar, he always gave me the impression he didn't like his work rarely smiled. The know bar near the beach is fabulous and I used to call in there most days. The location of the hotel is brilliant, 2 mins from beach and 5 mins from harbour and main area of bars and restaurants. I would have liked to see more entertainment for I didn't see any during the day and only 3 acts in the evening during the 10 nights I stayed. Overall I agree with most reviews that this is not a 5 star hotel if it was refurbished it could be good 4 star. Nevertheless I really enjoyed my stay but I always try to enjoy my holidays regardless of the downsides look at the positives, good location, good staff and food. First time to Crete will definitely be going back but would like to try another resort to compare.…
Went as a substitute for Rhodes due to Thomas Cook collapse Altho hotel is rated 5 star I wouldn’t actually agree but reading up on how hotels are rated I’m not surprised it’s amenities that get the ratings not the accommodation therefore you can stay in a dump as long as it’s got the necessities needed to reach that level On to the hotel Some levels were extremely pleasant like champagne bar where others let it down an upgrade had been attempted but not fully achieved like old brown frames with new green doors in wardrobes and a few bits knocked out of walls etc Food —— some days it was good others not so —- little repetitive at times - no curries or Chinese which would have been good — had egg n beans for breakfast every day —- meals seemed better on a lunchtime than the evening - as the last week of the season some amenities had closed down which was a shame Overall a good enough stay tho …
At least twenty years since any much maintenance. Dirty paintwork, worn lino in passageways, chipped furniture in bedrooms. Canteen food. Drinks packages contribute to noise around pool late at night. Any story that reception can make up for shortcomings. A Greek version of Fawlty Towers. Go at your peril!!!