The hotel or pension, is very old so expect everything you would find from a 400 year old building. It is located in a beautiful spot at the edge of the old Chania town, just 30 seconds walk from the sea-front. The owners are very friendly and we ended up chatting away for an hour about our travels. The stairs going up to the rooms are old, steep and very interesting. The hotel is very authentic, old style, with tall ceilings and the view from the top of the hotel looking down to Chania town and port are amazing. The room we stayed at was huge for two people. There was a large bed, lots of tables and chairs, air conditioning and small tv (that we never used), clean bathroom and two large windows. There was also a small upstairs within the room, sort of an attic, with two more beds that we did not use. There is self-serve breakfast at the roof top but don't expect anything fancy. If you are a foodie, you have to try the traditional bougatsa from Iordanis (Jordanis). It is about 20 mins walk from the hotel but worth it! For 60 Euro in the middle of the high season in August, you can't beat the price and value!
- Also Known As:
- Pension Theresa Hotel Chania Town
- Pension Theresa Chania, Crete