Elounda Beach Hotel & Villas
- Steam Room
- Outdoor Pool
At a glance
Winner of Greece’s Best Wellness Retreat at the World Spa Awards 2017.
Azure skies and turquoise seas? It doesn’t get much more romantic than that!
There are seven restaurants to choose from, catering for all moods and tastes.
On the beach with views across the sea, the hotel is in a picture-perfect location in Crete.
Elounda Beach Hotel & Villas is 60 minutes from Heraklion International Airport.
Water sports, miniature golf, volleyball, badminton, tennis courts, mini soccer and well fit activities such as yoga, pilates, aerobics & aqua aerobics are just a few of the activities available.
The resort also includes villa accommodation varying from 1 - 4 bedroom villas.
Hotel Spa Venue
The Elounda Beach resort has a wealth of leisure facilities alongside a decadent Penthouse spa- Espace Vitalite Chenot .
Spa & Leisure
The scenic location and warm temperatures in Crete lend themselves to the total enjoyment of your leisure time at Elounda Beach and as such the wellbeing facilities are all encompassing. In addition to the sandy blue flag beaches and extensive gardens there is a seawater swimming pool, indoor pool, gym, water sports and the Espace Vitalite Chenot Elounda Beach spa. Guests also have complimentary use of the volley ball, badminton and basket ball courts and mini golf area.
Using their signature Chenot massage and treatment techniques the spa has a range of hydrotherapy experiences, alongside toning and beauty treatments that are unique to the destination and providing you with head-to-toe pampering.
Hotel & Accommodation
A luxury hideaway in Crete in a particularly special waterfront location, Elounda Beach boasts the kind of experience that makes you want to live life on the beach in your swimming costume. Accommodation is divided into seven ‘clubs’, each with their own corresponding features whether it’s the view, a private Jacuzzi, or a steam room in the VIP suites, a personal gym in the Sports Club, or the ultimate luxury of the Yachting Club, which will see your private infinity pool practically merging with the tranquil sea.
With seven restaurants, four bars, and room service for the days where lying by the pool has simply proven too much, it is safe to assume that this is a destination that is going to see you well fed, from Dionyssos which having been named after the hedonistic god of wine is aptly equipped with an extensive wine cellar, to the Polynesian Blue Lagoon, a chic display of sushi and the Far East – just to give you a little taste of what’s on offer.