Many sandy beaches, city centre, restaurants, bars, clubs, mountain, hiking, water sports, museums, wednesday's market.
Whitewashed buildings on Crete's eastern coast.The goddess Athena was said to take her baths in a small, circular lake at the city center of Agios Nikolaos. Adding to the mystique, some locals believe that the lake is bottomless. On a typical day, ducks paddle through the still waters, slipping past fishers seated on colorful wooden skiffs. About a mile to the north, Hotel Mikro lays quit at the outside of the village on a hill overlooking the town showing glimpse of the nearby Aegean Sea.Hotel Mikro Village's whitewashed plastered walls and terracotta roof tiles embody the classic image of Greek coastal architecture. Patios connected to the standard twin rooms look out on a garden that's lines the pathways between the resort's main buildings. The simple furnishings correspond to Sparta's minimalist philosophy, but this is Crete, which means every room has its own olive-oil drinking fountain.When the sun's out—Crete averages about 300 days of sunshine per year—the pool area comes alive. Kids can splash in the pool, and parents can sip chilled drinks at the swim-up bar. Calories meet their maker in the gym, on the tennis court, or at the dinner table over healthy Mediterranean cuisine.Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece: beaches, bays, and Byzantine chapels.Crete is Greece's largest island and a historical hotbed in a country known for its rich history. The seventh-century town of Agios Nikolaos, named after the Byzantine chapel of St. Nicholas, lies on Crete's eastern coast along Mirabello Bay. The stone chapel remains today and is a popular spot for visitors who climb the hill to view its millennium-old frescoes and the deep, blue bay below it.Rivaling the lake as top attraction in town are three beaches—Ammoudi, Ammoudara, and Almiros—all within walking distance of the city center. A network of pedestrian paths winds through the village past traditional Mediterranean restaurants and stores filled with Cretan artwork, jewelry, and celebrity maps to the gods' vacation homes.
Details / Other Expenses
|Year of Last Renovation:||1998|
|Non Smoking Rooms:||0|
|Room Windows:||Windows Do Open|
|Meeting Rooms:||0 |
|Meeting Space:||110 sq. feet|
|Banquet Space:||Holds 70 people|
|Dist. to Food/Bars:|| 0.3 Mi |
|Dist. to Nearest Gym:|| 0.5 Mi |
|Lounge/Bar Hours:||10:00 till 22:00|
outside pool is open from May till oktober , from sun up till sun down.
Policies / Expenses
Cancellations•Cancellations can be made free of charge up to 48 hours prior to arrival. •Late cancellations and no shows are charged a cancellation fee of the first night stay.
|Typical Group Deposit:||40|
|Total Taxes:|| 7.00%|
|Total Misc Fees:||$0.00 USD |
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
|State Tax:|| 6.50%|
|City Tax:|| 0.50%|
Amenities / Features Pet Friendly? Yes! Pets are allowed.
small pets are only allowed in the ground floor apartments.
Airport & Shuttle Information
The nearest airport is called Heraklion (HER) and is located 63km from the hotel.
Local Shuttle Info: There are no shutlle services on the island, a taxi ride is 75 euro one way and the local buss is 7,10 per person one way and a 5 euro with a taxi from the buss station to the hotel.
Airport Shuttle? Sorry
airport shuttle available.