Located in Sissi, Marigianna Apartments offers comfortable apartments near the Palace of Malia.
All 23 air-conditioned apartments open to a personal balcony, and they feature a private bathroom with a shower or tub. In the living area, there is a television and safe. The kitchenette comes with a refrigerator as well as cookware, dishware, and utensils.
Guests can go for a swim in the outdoor pool while keeping their little ones safe in the children's pool. They can also laze in the sun and can dry off on the terrace’s sun loungers. Front desk is staffed during select hours of the day.
When down by the pool, guests will sip on a refreshing drink from the poolside bar. For all other meals, they can venture into town and discover some of the fantastic local dining opportunities in Sissi.
Marigianna Apartments is within a ten-minute walk of Sissi Mini Golf.
While Sissi was hardly described as a great metropolis, it was said to have a few good cafes, bars and restaurants. All these were said to be within walking distance of the apartments, as was a bay that was said to be exceptionally lovely. It seemed that guests were quite happy just exploring the immediate surroundings.
Great family-run atmosphere
Guests mentioned that the complex is family-owned and run. In their view this made all the difference, describing the owners as very hands on, and with every incentive to make sure their guests had all they needed.
Whatever small problems guests found with their apartment, its size certainly wasn't one of them. Several mentioned that the apartments were unusually spacious, and more than large enough for the size of their party.
Can get loud at night
Quite a number of guests mentioned that there was quite an active nightlife scene at the complex. Music was often played around the pool until the early hours. It seems that the complex would vest suit those who would be partying around the pool, rather than those trying to sleep.
Must pay extra for Wi-Fi
Guests really weren't impressed with the Wi-Fi at MariGianna. Firstly, it was only available around the reception area, not in any of the rooms. But what most irked guests was that one had to pay (quite a hefty sum) to get access. Many felt that connectivity was such a central feature of people's lives nowadays that it really should have been included.
Four stories, no lift
Although it didn't seem to be a big problem for guests commenting, they did point out that there was no lift in the building. Those who have mobility issues may have some problems.