Modern all-inclusive Greek beach escape on Crete's west coast
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Superior Deluxe Double room with sharing pool
Deluxe Double room with sea view
An all-inclusive escape to a five-star Greek island hotel with spa facilities near Chania, on the scenic coast of Crete – includes all travel and an optional shared pool
- The tranquil, beachfront Cavo Spada Luxury Sports & Leisure Resort & Spa is the perfect hideaway. Surrounded by the stunning Cretan Archipelagos and boasting spectacular views of Rodopou Peninsula, it's hard to believe that this five-star retreat is only a half-hour drive from the city of Chania.
- Arsenali serves up buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner with dishes ranging from classic Greek delicacies to international cuisine. Two a la carte restaurants, a beach tavern, and two bars (one of which is located by the pool) will also more than cater for your every culinary desire.
- Take a dip in the lagoon swimming pool, and if you're keen to take relaxation to another level, there's a spa on hand. With a hammam, sauna, Jacuzzi, heated indoor pool and hydromassage facilities, you’ll be buffed and slicked into shape in no time. As a cherry on the cake, this resort bagged a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
- Lagoon pool
- Four restaurants
- Multi-sport court- Air conditioning
How to get there
Cavo Spada Luxury Sports & Leisure Resort & Spa sits just west of Chania in Crete. The closest airport is Chania International Airport, which is roughly 40 kilometres away from the hotel, and with private transfers included with this deal, you'll get to enjoy a fuss-free journey.
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