Kokemuksia Palazzino Di Corina -hotellista
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Vahvistettu asiakas: 2019-10-05
Vahvistettu asiakas: 2019-07-27
Vahvistettu asiakas: 2019-07-20
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Very friendly hotel with good service
The staff was exceptionally friendly and welcoming and helpful to explain about the city and area. Our room was nice and clean. We felt very much at home. They also have a very fine restaurant at the hotel.
As always a wonderful stay
We have just returned from a 10 day stay at our favourite hotel. The Corina for the fourth time has given us a wonderful holiday. We were greeted with an upgraded room, a junior suite with a lively balcony and hot tub. Our biggest thank you for the lovely room. The staff were as always friendly, welcoming and on hand constantly. Thank you to all at the Corina we WILL see you again
Just returned from a week here. Was greeted by hotel from the coach drop off. Made to feel very welcome. Ground floor room comfy beds and pillows. Good choice for breakfast, plenty of choice. Clean well laid out hotel and restaurant. Nice courtyard very relaxing feel about the hotel. Cleaning staff do a fabulous job. Would definitely recommend and have every intention to return. Couple of negatives shower could be replaced and general shower improvements (we not fussy so didn’t feel the to complain as one head worked see pictures) courtyard chairs need replacing starting to fall apart.
Best hotel I’ve stayed at in Greece
Just returned from our holiday in Rethymno and the Palazzino di Corina and can’t recommend it highly enough. The location is amazing and the hotel is beautiful. The rooms are high quality and just lovely. All the public areas are full of beautiful furniture and the pool courtyard is gorgeous. Breakfasts are fantastic with a really good range of choices that changes daily. The restaurant also serves excellent high quality food. The staff are all lovely and friendly. I would absolutely go back without any hesitation. It was a perfect holiday.
Great small and friendly hotel
Booked this hotel direct based on the reviews. It’s located down the narrow side streets in the old part of Rethymno a couple of minutes’ walk from the old harbour. Staff were friendly, place was spotless and the room we had was quiet. AC worked well too. It can be a bit confusing finding the entrance to the hotel, especially if you arrive late in the evening in the dark – it’s along a narrow side street (which you can’t drive along) called Damvergi. It’s about 100m along and the front door is normally open, with reception on the right as you walk in. Alternatively you can enter through the restaurant on Ioannou Mellssinou Street, then head past the plunge pool in the central courtyard to get to reception. Between April and November a lot of the small roads in the old part of town are closed to traffic. This means you have to get to the hotel from the western side of town. So, if you traveling from Heraklion don’t take the first exit off the E75/E90, but take the exit on the Western side of Rethymno marked Rethymno and Atispopoulo. You then come back on yourself and pick up the road that runs around the Fortezza. If you have a car, as we had, I was worried that finding parking each day would be a nightmare. It is tricky – but there is an ‘unofficial’ car park at the end of Ioannou Mellssinou (the road that runs past the hotel’s restaurant) where it meets the road that runs around the Fortezza. We managed to find a space there most days, but found if you left it too late (i.e. after about 7pm) it got more difficult/impossible as people driving in for the evening also used it so it became full to bursting. You can also park along the road that runs round the Fortezza, but this too also fills up in the evening. Failing that there is a car park near the port (it’s a sliding scale and become 60 cents per hour after 6 hours) and also a few along the road past the hotel’s restaurant. These can also all get full in the evening – in fact they will continue to accept cars when they are 100% full as they jam all the cars in and you leave your keys with the attendants who then sort them out later! We did this a couple of times in Crete and always got our car back okay! There are hundreds of restaurants within walking distance of the hotel. If you want to get away from the fairly busy touristy area head for the town square at the Western end of the old town (Iroon Politechniou Square) where there are a number of small restaurants opposite the town hall and a much more laid back atmosphere. There is also a restaurant on this side of the coast (just past where the ‘unofficial’ car park is) which is a good spot to watch the sun set. The hotel is a good base for exploring the middle of Crete. It’s about an hour twenty or so to Knossos and the same to Chania, slightly longer to Phaistos. We ended up driving across the island to the beaches on the south side most days – the nearest being about 45 to 50 minutes away. If you want your own supplies for a picnic on the beach etc there is a handy supermarket about 100m from the hotel when you come out of the restaurant and turn right. You can buy rolls here that they have made up on site. The only downsides are poor Wifi and if you are using an extra bed for a 3rd person they are rather short (shades of Procrustes from the Greek mythology).
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