A five-star resort stay in luscious Crete
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Classic room with garden view
A four, five, or seven-night all-inclusive Crete escape to a modern and elegant, five-star village-style resort, with in-resort perks and all travel
- With a prime beachfront location, Ikaros Beach Luxury Resort & Spa is a sprawling village-stye establishment. Designed in authentic fashion using age-old buildings techniques and local Cretan stone, its accommodation is dotted among landscaped gardens, accessed by stone pathways that meander through palm strewn gardens.
- Float your troubles away in the dreamy main pool, landscaped with boulders, with a front row seat to the Mediterranean. For true inner peace, retreat to the Aura Spa - a supremely serene palace of pampering. And, with seven restaurants that run the gamut of global cuisine, taste buds will be tantalised, too.
- Add to this three sea-view bars, one of which hosts regular live music and entertainment, where you may even catch a performance of the distinctive Cretan three-string lyre. Cocktail aficionados will be in seventh heaven as the mixologists here have perfected their craft down to a fine art.
- Spa and wellness facilities
- Four outdoor pools
- Indoor pool
- Tennis courts
- Private beach
- Seven restaurants
- Four bars
- Evening entertainment
- Air conditioning
How to get there
Heraklion International Airport is located around 31 kilometres from the resort; private transfers are included within the price of this package.
Good to know
Please note that an accommodation tax of €4 per room, per night, is payable directly to the hotel upon check-in.
Please also note that in order to use the Aura Spa, guests must be over the age of 16. Guests under the age of 16 can use the indoor pool and Jacuzzi from the hours of 10am-12pm if they are accompanied by an adult.
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