Situated conveniently close to the resort centre of Malia, the Palace Hotel provides an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area being just a short walk from the resort centre with its shops, cafés and lively nightlife and not much further to the sandy beach. The hotel is far enough away in a quieter to spot to ensure you can get a good night's sleep yet with the nearest bus station just metres away you can easily reach other resorts and some of the fantastic attractions/activities in the area.
With its brilliant location not far from the village of Malia and its fantastic beach, the friendly family-run Palace Hotel provides a comfortable and affordable place to take a break in between the days out exploring the island, with its spacious rooms and pleasant selection of leisure facilities helping ensure you enjoy your stay. For a quieter alternative to the beach you could spend the day soaking up the sun on the hotel's terrace and outdoor pool area while listening to the chilled music. The hotel also offers a bar that is open throughout the day serving a range of snacks and drinks to help keep you going while under the sun or between meals, and to help you keep in touch with friends/family back home there free Wi-Fi provided throughout the hotel. If you need any more assistance the hotel has a 24-hour reception area where the friendly staff will be happy to help and can also arrange useful services for you such as currency exchange, postal service, telephone and safe deposit boxes.
*Some services may require additional charge.
Distance from Airport:
20 miles - Nikos Kazantzakis International Airport
All the rooms at the Palace Hotel come with either double or twin beds and offer plenty of space with a private bathroom and a furnished balcony/terrace with views over the sea or mountains. Each room also come equipped with all the essential amenities needed for a comfortable stay including: a fridge - shower - WC.
Location and Resort:
Malia is located 25km east of Heraklion, on the way to Agios Nikolaos. The town itself is unusual small town, unlike any other in Crete. It has developed thanks to tourism interest over recent years and is divided into two distinct areas the old town with its charming old buildings, squares and narrow winding streets and the newer more tourist-based modern side.
What you see here is a complete different image of Malia compared to the old town. Filled with clubs, bars, cafes, English and Irish pubs and fast food joints, serving anything from souvlaki to pizzas, it is the place to be for those who fancy a good night out.
Late in the evening and during the night it starts to be the busiest road of Malia. Most of the partying and drinking takes place on the street, which is closed to traffic at night.
Eating and Drinking:
You can start each day well with breakfast served each morning from the hotel's breakfast room and during the day the bar is open where you can grab a refreshing drink or snack to help keep you going between meals.
For even more dining options you only need visit the village/resort of Malia just a few minutes away where you can find a great selection of restaurants and cafes that serve both international and local cuisine to suit a variety of tastes.
Guests can make the most of the sun while at the hotel by its large outdoor pool area, whether you are looking to cool off from the sun or work on your tan with plenty of loungers/sunbeds provided on the surrounding sun terrace.
The Palace Hotel would be an ideal choice if you are looking for a quieter place to stay yet still close enough to enjoy the best of what Malia has to offer, along with all the essential facilities and comfort needed for an enjoyable stay provided hotel.
Individuals, couples and families