AddressOld Town PalaiochóraSee nearby area
Lonely Planet review
This friendly good-value hotel at the end of the road skirting the headland welcomes independent travellers. There are bright garden and sea-view rooms with some adjoining rooms and balconies for families. Rates drop in low season.
Our independent authors have visited Aris Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Paleohora.
Description provided by property
Aris is a family-run 2-star hotel that rests on the edge of the old town of Paleochora, just a 5- minute walk from the centre and the beaches.
All rooms have balconies or terraces with sea or garden view. Simple and comfortable, Aris Hotel's air-conditioned rooms have free Wi-Fi, a small fridge and kettle. Each room has a private bathroom.
A breakfast buffet is served between 08:00 and 11:00 and can be enjoyed in the dining area, terrace and garden, or in your room. Packed breakfast or small self service breakfast can be prepared.
The staff in Aris Hotel are happy to assist guests with tourist information. A small bar is open until midnight and there is a free internet spot and satellite TV in the lobby as well as book library, free beach umbrellas and free parking space.
By Public Transport: Daily buses run from Chania city all year round. Minimum 3 per day, maximum 6 per day. By Sea: Connections are via Sougia, Agia Roumeli, Sfakia, Loutro, Davdos and Elafonisi.
Buffet breakfast is served between 08:00 and 11:00.
Kindly note that smoking is strictly prohibited in the rooms. It is only permitted at the balconies or at the public, outdoor areas.
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