Located in the heart of Chania’s Old Town, Elia Potie is a boutique guesthouse, offering spacious and modern rooms, and is surrounded by cultural attractions.
All rooms are furnished in an elegant style, featuring four-poster beds and balconies. Guests will find coffee makers and refrigerators among the amenities, as well as satellite TV.
Free WiFi is provided throughout the property, and free parking is available close by. Car hire and airport shuttles are among the services offered.
Elia Potie is located on a street full of restaurants and bars, many providing traditional Cretan cuisine, and there are also grocery stores within a short walk.
Both the Archeological Museum of Chania and the Municipal Art Gallery are within 200 metres of the hotel, while Venetian Port is a 10-minute walk away.
The location of the hotel is a hit with guests, and it's
easy to see why. Positioned right in the centre of Chania, you'll be in walking
distance of the old town's historic and cultural attractions, as well as just a
few minutes' walk from the scenic port, making Elia Potie a great base.
Stylish and comfy rooms.
The rooms are stylish and comfortable, according to guests,
who especially rate the four-poster king beds. You'll have plenty of space to
relax in, and the rooms are up-to-date and well maintained, providing the kind
of pleasant environment you want for a cultured getaway.
The balconies are a welcome addition which guests love,
since it provides a tranquil, private space where you can sit and enjoy the old
town views. Early in the morning with a freshly-brewed coffee, or late at night
with a glass of wine, it's your very own alfresco spot to enjoy.
Guests say that it can be quite noisy at night, owing to the
fact that the hotel is located directly above several bars. It generally
settles down after midnight, but if you're trying to get to sleep earlier than
that, it may cause some disturbance.
Lots of stairs.
The lack of a lift at the hotel means that you'll have to
lug your luggage up quite a number of stairs according to guests, so it's worth
bearing in mind when booking - and when packing. Staff aren't always around to
No front desk.
Checking in and out can be a bit more hassle than it should
be, since there's no reception desk located onsite - staff come from another
nearby hotel when called, but some guests warn that you may have to hang around
for a while for someone to arrive.