Firstly, the accommodation here is vast – there are 26 room types. As expected, the resort is on the beach and shares a large number of facilities with Elounda Bay next door – which is a bit more of a grown-up place again. Your room has a living room space and is based on the same principal as the Lagonissi – great views, easy access to the beach and private pools.
The spa is once again courtesy of Chenot, and is located around the corner at Elounda Bay around 15 minutes away (golf buggies available for the commute if you don’t fancy the walk). The space extols the virtues of natural light as it’s a penthouse spa so once again those views are pretty awesome – particularly from the rooftop pool. The ideology focuses on meridians, Chinese influenced wellbeing, and of course a rather large dose of luxury for good measure.
Finally I have to mention the food. From the sushi bar to award-winning Dionyssos – boy are you in for a treat! There is a Grecian market square with oodles of shops and restaurants to explore (more reasons to extend your trip), and thanks to 360᷾° views The Jetty bar really is the place to head for an aperitif first.
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