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Yakinthos Hotel
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Reviewed September 17, 2013

The rooms were always clean. Every morning I had a nice breakfast, with good-quality food and variety to choose from. It is easily accessible, but not expensive. The keynote was the very helpfull personel. Overall, I was very happy with this hotel. Surely the place to go next time I visit Chania.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled on business
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Thank Konstantina A
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Reviewed September 17, 2013

We spend there 4 nights. The owners and the staff were all very polite and helpful. The rooms were very clean; I was delighted to find shower gel and body lotion. We only ate breakfast there and it was excellent. There was a large variety of food and fresh orange juice when you sat on your table. Everything was great!

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled on business
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1  Thank Nefeli K
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Reviewed September 15, 2013

Spent a week at this hotel (the staff were very polite & very helpful, hotel was spotlessly clean, breakfast was excellent with a large choice of food.
The pool was brilliant with enough sun loungers to go around & a 2 minute walk to the lovely sandy beach.
Having read other reviews, they all state that a room with a view of the pool is better, due to noise from the very busy road, well I was fortunate enough to have a room with a balcony overlooking the pool, however, I could still hear noise from the road with just the shutter pulled across the French windows, however, if you shut the shutter & glass door, you will not hear any noise, but you will have to use the air con or melt.
The only improvements that I would recommend is softer beds & better shower heads & some arrangement to have the use of sun beds on the beach.
Hotel was in a good location for lovely beaches & Chania town, tickets on sale from reception.
Tried Piato which is a stones throw from the hotel, reasonable food, also tried Bamboo (turn right as you come out of the hotel) lovely location overlooking the beach, but very disappointed with the food, would not recommend.
I found the tavernas situated along the cobbled streets of the Old Town much better than those situated along the harbour, this includes the food & service, of note was one taverna near the old harbour I cannot recall the name, but the sign stated they were ranked 5th by Trip Advisor, well maybe they meant 55th, as the food was really disappointing along with the service.
I enjoyed my stay at the hotel & liked Chania, would recommend this hotel to couples & families with older children.

Room Tip: The rooms overlooking the pool have the nicer view, but you do need to keep the shutter & glass door shut if you want to shut out the noise of the road & use the air con.
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with family
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Thank 861Sonya
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Reviewed September 12, 2013

We just arrived back from a 7 night stay at Hotal Yakinthos. Our thanks to the Owner Mrs Olga, Manager Mrs Antonia, Maria, Nikki, Nina, Kita and Nadia for all their hard work and making our holiday so enjoyable.

Very nice Hotel, spotlessly clean everywhere. The reception area has a lounge with large screen TV and bar. Breakfast is served buffet style downstairs looking outwards to the fountain and pool area. Pretty much anything you could want to eat and drink, hot or cold.
Everything in the hotel is spread over 2 floors, but there is a lift if you require it.

Or room (132) overlooked the pool and had a balcony, with a table and 2 chairs. It was quite spacious with more than enough cupboard space, with fridge (very handy) and hair dryer. The beds and pillows on the firm side it has to be said, but we slept very well. We paid the extra €5/night for Air con and €2/night for the safe. Bathroom was 'wet room' in style with a shower.
One thing to mention, the cold tap water is of drinking quality, so no need to keep on buying bottled water, once you have an empty bottle or two, just fill them up from the bathroom tap and put in the fridge for later.

The pool is absolutely lovely, and very picturesque with the Bourganvilia overhanging one side. Again spotlessly clean every day, with a shallow end, deep end, along with a smaller pool area for the children. Free use of several lilo's etc. A row of comfy sun beds along one side, with a bar on the other side, although not manned all of the time, you only have to pop into reception to see Maria or Nikki and they will get you anything you want.

The long, sandy beach is excellent, very safe with lifeguards, just a short walk down the side of the hotel, 2 mins.

Being located on a very busy main road, you have to carefully cross it and go about 100m to the right for the bus stop, opposite Hotel Kalliston. We caught the 21 bus to Chania which takes around 20 mins, €1.50 each way if you buy tickets from reception before you go out, otherwise €2 on the bus. Chania Old town is lovely, so many little narrow cobbled alleyways and streets full of little shops, bars, Tavernas and Restaurants.

We ate out locally at Piato's (just left out of Hotel about 100m), and Scirroccos, the first left turning after Piato's and a short walk down on the left. In Chania we ate at Portes and Ela Taverna.

We travelled with Thomson, very pleased with the service, the hotel rep Sue is absolutely charming. So enthusiastic, attentive and helpful, nothing was too much trouble, thanks Sue!

We did the Imbros Gorge walk with afternoon beach and swim...it's less walking than the more popular Samaria Gorge, and if you only have trainers like us, it's the better option. Walk took us around 2hrs 15 mins.

All in all a great holiday, met some really nice people while we were there, and would recommend this hotel.

Room Tip: Apparently the rooms at the front suffer from road noise, suggest pool are garden view room if possible
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Phil10127
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Reviewed September 11, 2013

Stayed for 2 weeks in August. Friendly staff who couldn't be more helpful. Very clean and pleasant ideally placed for everything. Very close to good sandy beaches and numerous tavernas/restaurants. A short bus trip, tickets available at reception, takes you to Chania where even more Tavernas/restaurants await as well as the shopping areas. Tried numerous eateries (different one each night) and never had a bad meal once, some excellent ones in back lanes of Chania. Breakfast at hotel was excellent and plentiful. Did not use pool, which looked very inviting and not overly busy as more inclined towards beach, but concur with others who have commented on manning of pool bar and reception bar. Seemed a missed opportunity. The latter comment is an observation having stayed in small and friendly hotels on smaller Greek islands with similar numbers of rooms where the bar was a good social area in the evenings.

This hotel is worth a look if you want a relaxing break within easy reach of all amenities and some stunning scenery in the mountains.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled as a couple
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