Almyrida Residence Boutique Hotel

The Almyrida Residence Boutique Hotel is full of luxurious touches, like the adults-only rooftop infinity pool where you get sea and mountain views. When the whole family want to have fun together, the hotel even has its own bowling alley.

The a la carte restaurant is also on the roof. It’s totally open-air so you get the best of the views. Elsewhere, the buffet restaurant serves a great range of Greek and international dishes.

The rooftop pool and the main pool both come with their own bars, and the rooftop one specialises in cocktails. A few nights a week, there’s live entertainment that includes traditional Cretan nights.

Overview of Almyrida

Almyrida is known for its beautiful scenery. The resort’s sandwiched between the mountains and the Aegean Sea, so stunning views are everywhere you turn your head.

When you choose Almyrida for your holiday to Crete, you’ll fall in love with the beaches. Even though it’s only a small village, it’s home to three beaches, and each provides holidaymakers with crushed sands, clear waters and snorkelling opportunities.

When you want to up the pace of the holiday, Chania is only a short drive away from the Almyrida Residence Boutique Hotel.

Things to do in Almyrida

The Almyrida Residence Boutique Hotel is just a few steps away from the heart of Almyrida and the nearest Blue Flag beach, which is also lined with cafes and bars. The wind conditions on the front make windsurfing particularly popular. There’s even a school where you can learn the basics.

The main street that runs parallel to the three beaches has a great range of shops for all of your souvenirs. You can also try some of the pastry shops when you fancy an afternoon treat.

In the evening, the front comes alive, but the resort still maintains its calm and charming demeanour. When you want to party until late, grab a taxi to Chania.

Enjoy a traditional Greek break on the beach with a stay in Almyrida.


Resort Summary

This peaceful resort has some of the best beaches in Crete and the bay is lined with a row of cafes and restaurants looking out across the water. These establishments come alive at night but still maintain the homely air that makes Almyrida so charming.

The 5th century mosaic on show as you enter Almyrida indicates its long history but there are plenty of up-to-date things to keep you busy on your holidays to Greece. Choose from ten-pin bowling, cave-diving or yoga and pampering. Many also choose to take in the outstanding scenery with leisurely walks along the cliffs or around the local villages in the hills.