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Adele Beach Hotel Bungalows
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Reviewed May 23, 2013

Good basic twin room on the ground floor with a side sea view. Fridge, TV and air con are all available but at an extra cost so you only pay for them if you want them. Direct access to a sand and shingle beach so great for the kids. Parasols and sun beds for hire with beach bar and salt water swimming pool. Buffet breakfast with a good range of cereals, fruit, cheese, yoghurt, cold meats, fruit juices, etc and a cooked offering that changed each day. The only let down was the Nescafé because I like a decent coffee in the mornings! Dinner was typically Greek, beginning with a big range of salads, a choice of four cooked main courses (including a vegetarian choice), simple Greek deserts. A small choice of wines at reasonable prices. A reception bar with terrace was open all day. Good position near a Main Street with bars, restaurant and shops. Regular bus service into Rethymnon which was well worth a visit as it is an interesting town with a bustling harbour behind which is a labyrinth of small streets. It is overlooked a by a large Venetian Fort. The staff were friendly.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled solo
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4  Thank safarifiend2
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Reviewed May 16, 2013

Cosy little hotel near the wonderful city of Rethymnon. We have spent awesome 2 weeks in Adele Beach. The rooms are very modest, but that perfectly fits to the clean white nature of the Crete and we wouldn't ask for more. The staff was very friendly with perfect English and German language skills. Food was the best we've ever experienced on a holiday - real greek cousine with lots of options, many vegetables, fresh cheese, zaziki and much more. Just brilliant! The chef even chcecked oftenly, how satisfied we were with his food. The hotel has a very nice pool divided from the beach just by a poolside bar. Amazing. The beach was very nice, never even close to crowded. However in the water the sand fades into rocks. And the seabeds aren't for free. Our room had a fridge, an effective A/C and a balcony facing to the beach. It was described as a Superior room - take my advice and get an Superior too. It isn't any kind of posh or luxurious, but it's far more than OK for the price. Behind the hotel, there is a "boulevard" full of shops and bars. Nice nightlife, but never too loud.
We have traveled a lot and you don't want to miss Cretan travel possibilities. You can ride a bus from a bus stop not far from the hotel. You can rent a car or motorcycle in many rantal places. Or you can even buy interesting trips from travel agencies. We absolutelly preferred the freedom of experiencing the amazing island on our own - by public transportation, rented car and rented motorcycle or scooter. That way we got in touch with the quiet inland villages and Cretan life, which is a wonderful experience.
Most of all, we fell in love with the city of Rethymnon, it's architectrue, streetlife, bars and shops.You would never regret exploring it deeply during the day and night. Magical place.
Tip: Prices in the shops and renals vary a lot.

Room Tip: Superior rooms on the 2nd floor ale definetly the best choice (if you doun't mind the stairs).
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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5  Thank Hermez-cz
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Reviewed May 11, 2013

We stayed at the hotel for 9 nights wish it was longer Sarantos and all the staff were great always there to help the food was very good. The hotel is 3 star but we found the service 5 star and Sarantos says they are 3 star hotel but some people want to pay 3 star prices for a 5 star hotel. As for the comment about no wifi we had no problems with there wifi.Will go back again.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank stevesGuernsey
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Reviewed August 14, 2012

We two couples booked via Internet at Adele (Aah-de-le) Beach Hotel Bungalows for a six-nighter, and came up with ambivalent though generally positive views of this definitely 3-star establishment: the set-back, verdant location in the center of the commercial strip of Adelianos Kombos, on the outskirts of the lovely small town of Rethimnon, is ideal for those who favor a quiet, conservative vacation, tempered by numerous tavernas, cafes, reasonable shopping and proximity to both beach and tourist attractions - in fact, one steps off the hotel patio, dominated by the well-maintained and spotless pool-area, directly onto a groomed beach fronting the blue Med! Very convenient indeed...
The accommodation, comprising seven six-unit structures, while clean and well-serviced, is fairly basic and could be tweaked - lack of hot water on demand, poor plumbing and inoperative safety-lighting cannot be excused, despite the instant responses on the part of the family management team, especially hotel manageress Katerina and desk manager Christina, who shone like stars through a cloudy night-sky, and ensured that our stay would be a happy one.
The hotel is not kid-friendly, with no apparent child-facilities such as shallow pool, playground or kid-catering, although baby-sitting services may be requested.
In-house Internet/Wi-Fi is surprisingly non-existent, despite appearing on the hotel's web-site -- in this day and age, we regarded this ommission to be a definite no-no. One can, however, remedy this short-coming by crossing the road to the El Greco Cafe, where a friendly reception and facilities are constantly on tap. Basic personal necessities are conveniently available at the minimarket/gift-shop adjacent to the reception building - the woefully inadequate "shopping corner" on-site is due, propitiously, to receive a make-over into an Internet cafe, in the near future.
In-house entertainment is limited to once bi-weekly, so if your dates are out of whack - no entertainment! (Lots of local alternatives on the strip) We were booked for half-board, so were only exposed to the somewhat boring, limited but fairly tasty breakfast and dinner buffet menus, but dining al fresco with an un-trammelled view over the Med was fun, presided over by Iris, the super-efficient catering manager. Here too, no excuse for emptied bowls of salads, which needed to be replenished by the staff, before strident reminders from the hungry guests!
In conclusion, adjusting one's expectations to the inevitable inflated summer-seasonal rates, Adele Beach Hotel Bungalows offers a quiet, attractive get-away for the young and not-so-young adult who is not drawn by a Blackpool style hustle and can settle for less than luxury in a well-situated, no-frills 3-star semi-hotel establishment.

Room Tip: A/C is not standard; request the 'superior' room if this is your preference - you will also be assured of TV in this way. Personal safety-boxes are only available at Reception (2 Euros p.d.) Patio loungers on pool-side are charged for (3 Euros p,d!)
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with friends
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3  Thank eilonglen
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Reviewed September 18, 2011

This is the first time I have been compelled to write a review.....and am so pleased to say its very much in favour of the Adele Beach Hotel and bungalows. I booked my trip about 10 days before departure and having spent 2 days researching - I booked via Travel Republic for a 10 night holiday...the only hotel/accomodation I could find which was located directly on the beach - and was available for 10 days (not 7 or 14)..was a property called - Hotel Katherina Beach. However, when I arrived - I was told that they didnt have me down on their list!!!! Much to my disappointment having done all the research. Anyway...I was happily given a temporary room until the morning. When I woke up - I was delighted to be in such a beautiful resort - fabulous weather, blue skies and on the beach....just a little anxious now as to where I might be transferred to. I had nothing to worry about as was moved just a few doors down to Adele Beach Hotel. My request had been for a sea view - seeing as I was travelling alone and didnt expect to be wandering around the tavernas at night.
I was indeed given a superior room- which in my view was the best of the lot. I was absolutely thrilled. The hotel and staff are exellent, going half board is fine for breakfast and you have the option if you want to eat there in the eve and then go onto the 'strip' to walk it off and have a drink or just browse the shops. The hotel is directly on the beach as you can see from photos, set back from the main street - so not affected by any noise...and in Sept its relatively low key without being deathly quiet. You have choices. The bar at the hotel is fantastic - and very well managed by Sarantos. He is fabulous guy, versatile, articulate, very funny and fluent in many languages and keeps the guests entertained - just making their holiday experience - that bit more special. A fun guy - who puts lots of effort into his work.
The rest of the staff are excellent - professional and helpful. You really will be made to feel special - no matter where you come from. I happened to be the only Brit staying during the time I was there. But everyone speaks some English- and they really appreciate it if you try to speak some basic Greek.
Perfect - location, bus to Rethymno (10 mins) and Panorma (beautiful fishing village - 25 mins bus ride in opposite direction) - both worth a visit or 2 during your stay.
I hesitated about writting this review - because I dont want everyone to know about it. I'll be going again next year - when you find somewhere you really enjoy - why look for something else. Enjoy your holiday.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled solo
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5  Thank JillyK67
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