Domes Zeen Chania is an elegant five-star hotel located on a hillside surrounded by the beauty of the Cretan coast. With views of the golden sands and sparkling Mediterranean Sea in abundance here, guests can expect to be within close proximity to Chania Town where you’ll find the Venetian harbour, narrow shopping streets and plenty of waterfront restaurants. Other attractions in the area include the Archaeological Museum of Chania and the Mitropoleos Square. Back at the hotel, relaxation of the highest order is on the cards with the collection of luxurious rooms, suites and bungalows, some of which come with their very own swimming pool.
Domes Zeen Chania doesn’t do anything by halves when it comes to the fantastic facilities. Along with the private beach area, guests can expect an outdoor swimming pool immersed in the hotel’s verdant gardens and framed by stylish loungers and umbrellas. There are multiple activities on hand for children including cooking classes and painting workshops while there is also a spa for adults to indulge in an extensive menu of treatments and therapies. The on-site restaurant promises delightful meals made with the freshest local ingredients.
Domes Zeen Chania is located, as the name suggests, in Chania on the beautiful island of Crete. The largest of the Greek islands, Crete has maintained a strong sense of its cultural roots for almost 5,000 years. Various empires have made their impressions on the island over the years and today the place is a vibrant blend consisting of equal measures of history, culture, great food, lots of sun and heaps of opportunities for complete relaxation. Chania Town boasts an old port, a Venetian harbour, narrow shopping streets and an abundance of waterfront restaurants. Usually one of the first things spotted on your wat into Crete, these historic landmarks have a fascinating history to go alongside their beautiful appearance. Chania is surrounded by numerous opportunities for sightseeing, exploration and discovery. Mountain villages provide a view into “inner Crete” while the Samaria and many other gorges can be hiked to find archaeological sites.