Ratings based on 31 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Doge tradionalPosted Aug 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
Excellent location and very friendly staff. They provided me with a full cold breakfast the night before my departure, bringing it to my room as I was to leave before breakfast was served. Room was spacious and with a nice antique ambience, the only downsize is that to get to it there were two floors of stairs which was not bad. The free Wifi worked very well.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Charming hotelPosted Apr 18, 2013
Pros: Location , character and staff
Cons: None really
Location: Great little town . Plenty going . Avoid the harbour for eating , lot of hassle from restaurant owners . Try the Well of the Turk
Very nice hotel . Excellent location with a reasonably priced car park just outside the old town Staff were delightful and friendly . Hotel room wad very characterful though the only fault was the bathroom was a little small . Good option for a family of 4
for Couplesby Meg
Great place! Love it!Posted Dec 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
Stayed here twice during a two week vacation in Chania. We tried 3 other hotels and came back to the Doge. Great romantic rooms with lots of space. Breakfast is worth the price. Great coffee, breads and fresh juice. The staff is very friendly and remembered us when we came back. Very helpful with any questions regarding the area. Very clean and comfortable.
for Everyoneby Miguel from London
central and friendly hotelPosted Nov 4, 2012
Quiet but very central. Close to everything in Chania (including the bus stop if you need it). Good breakfast and friendly staff. We both enjoyed and recommend the hotel. Only one complain no places to hang the towels...
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Exactly what I was looking forPosted Oct 23, 2012
in the center, clean, good design, nice staff, fast internet, private.
Picturesque locationPosted Oct 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
What fun to be able to sit outside in the morning and watch the street wake up. I loved having my breakfast outside watching the storekeepers open up and the delivery via motorcycles thru the narrow street.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Washington State USA
Lovely girls running the hotel.....Posted Jun 13, 2012
Pros: The staff were my favorite
Cons: No shower curtain and the noise level coming from the street, sometimes all night long until 5am!
Location: A beautiful location with a gorgeous balcony that we sat on each night and had wine. The noise was a bit frustrating.
The staff really make this hotel a must for your vacation. They are two of the most lovely girls in Greece!! The breakfast is convenient and ample not to mention delicious. The rooms have a romantic flair and are really adequate. I didn't get use to not having a shower curtain, the bathroom got really soaked each time we showered. The hotel was a lovely place to call home for 2 weeks. We had a fantastic vacation and a lot of that was due to the two girls who run the hotel, they were like family to us and I hope they come visit us some time in the states!!!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Superb location - but that's about it.Posted Jun 4, 2012
The room was filled with quirky ornaments and candles. There was an empty room incence inside the toothpaste holder. Not enough lighting in the room. There is noise from the neighouring taverns until 10.30 pm.
for Everyoneby Lyn1 from Brighton, Brighton and Hove, UK
Old town charmPosted Jun 4, 2012
Pros: Quiet balcony, huge room, yummy breakfast
Cons: View from balcony, not enough towel rails
Location: Kondaliki is a bustling, mainly pedestrianised street in the heart of the old town, very near the hardbour, full of tourist shops and restaurants.
A brilliant location in the heart of Chania's old town and minutes from the harbour. It's in a busy, mainly pedestrianised road but our room was at the back and was amazingly quiet. We had a balcony (with a rubbish view but who cares) and a huge room. Not for anyone looking for luxury soaps and shampoo or for a minibar or trouser press but it had everything we needed - comfortable bed, lots of seating, bathroom with shower, and mini-kitchen area with fridge and sink. We came out of the building each morning for breakfast outside the hotel – at that time of day, the street wasn't busy so we could watch the traders prepare their shops while we ate delicious Greek yoghurt and honey, toasted sandwich, coffee and Cretan orange juice. All the staff were friendly and helpful. We'd definitely go back again if we revisit Chania.
for Couplesby justin from Lancashire, UK
small tradional hotel in Hania old townPosted May 9, 2012
Pros: roof terrace, breakfast, convenience, staff
Cons: lack of view from windows,
Location: Very convenient to bus station, Hania airport, town beach, boats
Not a luxurious hotel with swimming pool etc etc. But it is a lovely small hotel very close to the harbour in Hania and surrounded with cafes, restaurants, little shops and stalls in the old town. Room had high ceiling and was large, dark and cool with windows very close to houses next door. Shower was superb, plenty of hot water and good flow. Up one floor to roof terrace with views to mountains and surrounding roof tops. Sunlongers available in some shade. At dusk the Swifts were amazing, zig zagging in formation catching insects. Breakfasts superb especially the greek yoghurt and honey with orange juice freshly squeezed. Staff very friendly and spoke excellent english. Could have done with something to make tea, but there was a large fridge. (take your own device) There was some local noise at night but the main bars could not be heard. Take ear plugs if quiet is required. Very convenient to bus station, Hania airport, town beach, boats etc