Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Hersonissos does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hersonissos Village Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Close to Roman Fountain (0.8 mi), a popular Hersonissos landmark, Hersonissos Village Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Hersonissos Village Hotel provide a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hersonissos Village Hotel guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a sun terrace, and currency exchange. You can also enjoy a pool and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hersonissos Village Hotel.
While visiting Hersonissos, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Palmera Seaside Restaurant.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Roman Archaeological Remains, which is a popular ancient ruins amongst tourists.
Hersonissos Village Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Hersonissos.
Great location, few minutes walk to the beach. Friendly staff, fantastic food. Would have been 5 star if only for the terrible smell of sewage which was very evident daily in mornings especially and was a pity really.
For me second time to visit that hotel, Welcoming was friendly, overall all Staff members are friendly. Great view from hotel over Hersonissos. Food and drinks in all inclusive was good. 4* in Crete is different from so can’t complain. We stayed 11 nights and it was Great! I’ll recommend. To city is by walk 15min but U can use hotel shuffle bus also. Overall it was great holiday and we r returning 2020 sept back there!
The thing you have to remember is that 4* in Greece is not your average 4*. So there are a few slightly scruffy edges but in the main this is a lovely hotel. It’s a fair trek up from the village but there is a shuttle. Relatively hilly in the resort itself but not a problem. Rooms are lovely and clean, spotless marble bathroom, huge beds although the concrete mattress was less comfy. Very trad bar area, simple beer, wine, brandy and ouzo on the AI drinks, and quiet. No big flashy stage or excruciating ents team if that’s what you’re looking for. Food wise we were very happy. Lots of good fresh salads, pasta, pilaf, meats and fish. Lots of excellent slow cooked pork, and really lovely desserts instead of the horrible faux cream rubbish you usually get in AI. Lunches were also good plus rolls fruit and ice cream all day. Kids well catered for without endless nuggets. Main pool is a tiny bit scruffy but ample beds and space. Just down is a smaller pool with lovely 4 poster sun beds and much quieter which was lovely. Lovely friendly staff, mention to young Nikos in the restaurant who seems a real sweetie. …
We arrived late and as others have said “ a nice greet and meet “ bags taken to our room and they had kept us a supper back . Our room was small and clean but basic ,my sister who had the room below ( double our size ) paid the same as ours . Lovely views and big balcony .The village is lovely to look at and wander around. Food was plentiful , hit and miss on a few occasions ( a few nights of really salty food , I mentioned this about the fish/seafood night we had and reply back was “ what do you expect it’s seafood “ I do know my food having been in the food / hospitality arena for 30 yrs . There’s a great place down in the town that does an amazing platter for 2 of fresh fish and seafood . Over all it wasn’t too bad . Friendly staff and wait staff . Entertainment hit and miss and just twice a week . The drinks ( all inclusive ) weren’t great , low alcohol cheap but nice and cold beer , wine on tap , even the red wine was chilled was undrinkable . There was plenty of food all day to go snack on . Take note pool towels are not provided and we ended up buying some . It’s not 4* . We did on reflection have a really great time in Crete and the weather was perfect . This holiday was a once in a life time for us as we’d travelled from NZ , it didn’t disappoint . Hersonissos is pretty to look at but it’s tired , aircon was old and noisy but it worked and we were thankful . Plenty of areas to stay in or out of the sun and pools were inviting and refreshing. There’s a great little shop near the pool and chilled beer in the fridge along with other essentials and snacks and that’s it from me 😊…
We have just returned from a cheap 7 stay, via Love Holidays. This hotel is classified as 4* but don't expect it to live up to European 4* standards. The rooms are tired in parts, old bathroom fittings, fitted wardrobes, balcony rails etc. The staff are mostly very friendly, rooms cleaned everyday and fresh towels. Food is plentiful and varied, but not always something for the British palate if you are fussy. The local all inclusive drinks (beer,brandy, uso, recki, wine and soft drinks are on a DIY basis from 1000 to 1800 when the bar opens. But the 'free' drinks, even after a few days, become repetitious and the hotels hopes that you will pay for something more international. There are beautiful views from the hotel and the beach, bars and shops are not too far away.....on the way down. More challenging on the way back. Wifi is available in rooms and public areas but you have to repeatedly resign in, which is tedious. All in all a good venue if you can get a deal. Our only complaint was regarding Babis Athanasiadis of Avra Trips. He invited us to a meeting for him to sell us his trips and didn't turn up. When contacted he was unapologetic. On another day when he did turn up we had been sitting in a public area long before his arrival. He told us in an offensive tone that we were only allowed to whisper when he was running his meeting, even though there were several empty rooms elsewhere in the building.…