Panorama Hotel is a holiday complex in the area of Agia Pelagia built on the hill with panoramic views of the picturesque fishing village and the blue waters of Agia Pelagia Bay. It is ideal for couples, families with children and honeymooners to spend their first days together. The Panorama Hotel & village is family run, built with care, respecting the environment and combines mountain surroundings with breathtaking seaviews. The luscious green landscape provides tranquility and relaxation. The hotel has been in operation since 1984.
How far is the nearest beach?
The hotel is 600 m from the Sandy beach of Ligaria with all water sports available with charge.
Distance from Airport
The hotel is located 18 km from Heraklion airport (HER).
The hotel consists of double /twin rooms and triple rooms. According to the unique Cretan traditional decoration, the 180 village - style rooms( either with a sea view or mountain view ) offer magnificent moments of pleasure in 20 acres of beautiful gardens. All rooms are spacious and comfortably equipped with direct telephone, refrigerator, hair dryer, shower, radio, T.V, split unit air-conditionig ( at charge ) and safety deposit boxes available inside all rooms with an extra charge. All rooms have balconies, terraces or verandas. The property is not suitable for people with walking disabilities or guests using a pushchair.
Food & Drink
The A.I programme consists of breakfast (07:30 - 10:00 ), lunch ( 12:30 - 14:00 ) and dinner ( 18:30 - 21:00 ), all buffet style ( Greek & international cuisine ) served in the main restaurant. During breakfast juices, tea and filter coffee are offered. During lunch & dinner, house wine( red & white ), draught beer, soft drinks, juices and ice cream. Tea & coffee time with cakes & cookies is between 16:00 - 17:00. A.I alcoholic & non alcoholic drinks such as house wine, draught beer, soft drinks, coffee ,tea and locally produced drinks such as raki, are served between 10:30-22:30 at the pool bar. Alcoholic drinks such as gin, vodka, tequila, ouzo are served from 19:30 till 22:30 at the pool bar also.
Sports & Entertainment
The hotel sport facilities include Table tennis, billiards (extra charge) & darts around the main swimming pool. The daily & evening activities take place around the pool by one multilingual animator.
Espresso, frappe, bottled water, canned drinks, bottled wine, fresh juices, packed ice creams, bottled beer and imported spirits are available at a charge. Panorama Hotel & village provides a medical service - a doctor visits the hotel every day.
i have stayed here twice, once in 2010 and again in 2013. Both tmes the staff were excellent, the first time we stayed we had a free room upgrade because our toilet got blocked and the second time we...
i have stayed here twice, once in 2010 and again in 2013. Both tmes the staff were excellent, the first time we stayed we had a free room upgrade because our toilet got blocked and the second time we payed the extra for a sea view room again and it didnt dissapoint. rooms are always clean, and get cleaned regularly during your stay. the entertainment staff and abr staff are wonderful - always funny and they have a lovely kids club for children that has a disco on some nights, The food is so lovely, its traditional greek food - it annoys me when people complain about there not being chips and burgers everyday as there is chips sometimes but for goodness sake if you want british food then stay in Britain! there is always a greek speciality of the night and all food is hot and ovely made with rfesh ingredients. It is up a steep hill so not suitable for weelchair users but the walk isnt too bad and they do offer a complimentary bus service. It is close to a lovely little bay which has restaurants and shops as well as excursion centers where you can buy trips. the beach is small but lovely and you can rent a bed and umbrella for a reasonable price the pool in the hotel is large with plenty of sun beds, although i would recommend goin early to get a suned in th espot you want. There are too many good things to say about the hotel to write them all down, but i really ook forward to my next visit as i hope to come soon! Although i have heard some people talking about room being broken into and hope that is sorted before my next visit! thank you for such a lovely hotel and always making my stay special and relaxing.
We booked this for the October half term and had the worst weather that Crete had experienced apparently ! The weather played a part in the local village closing up early for winter, which was...
We booked this for the October half term and had the worst weather that Crete had experienced apparently ! The weather played a part in the local village closing up early for winter, which was disappointing. The hotel was very clean and the staff very friendly, especially Dora on the reception. The food was OK and it was nice that some basic alcoholic cocktails were included in the all inclusive package, but there wasn't much to do in the area, there wasn't any entertainment as the hotel itself was closing for the winter. Dora managed to arrange a taxi so that we could visit heraklion as they were no excursions. Our room was the most spacious family room I had ever stayed in, but was right above the reception and it was incredibly noisy. Wouldn't retuen in October again, but would consider a spring break there.
if you wish to be shipped to another hotel on your arrival then go this hotel are always over booked , we were given free air con which did not work properly , this hotel is NOT ALL INCLUSIVE you...
if you wish to be shipped to another hotel on your arrival then go this hotel are always over booked , we were given free air con which did not work properly , this hotel is NOT ALL INCLUSIVE you pay for water, fruit juice, the coke and fizzy drinks taste not nice and all inclusive finishes at 10.30 pm!!! they wont let you get a load of drinks at one time only one or two thats until you have to start paying for it ! food tasteless i know its a 3 * hotel but come on , room wise was very clean but we booked for a 3 bed room ended up in a 2 bed and the 10 yr old child had to sleep on a camp bed people were being broken into their rooms ,entertainment well there was none at nite or lack of it nothing for kids to do my child cryed the second nite and wanted to fly home beach and area lovely we ate out every nite at the tavernas foods nice there on going to the local beach is a nice walk down but you will require a oxygen tank on the way back if you walk it !! taxi is hard to get from down there unless you get the restaurant to call it for you and more than often they are busy lovely things for sale in the shops excurstions only one we booked was to spinalonga which we booked as it was the only one with a boat trip you cant get a normal boat trip anywhere there where the hotel is or surrounding area its a shame really as the area is pretty, good weather but boring would not visit here again
Stayed here with my husband and son for 10days. Upon a late arrival we were offered drinks and food after 10.30pm. Dora on reception could not of been nicer she was lovely. Our family room was on the...
Stayed here with my husband and son for 10days. Upon a late arrival we were offered drinks and food after 10.30pm. Dora on reception could not of been nicer she was lovely. Our family room was on the East side which had gorgeous sunrises every morning. All staff were very friendly and helpful for the duration of our stay. Rooms cleaned everyday and fresh linen also daily. I appreciate that we were there last week of season and obviously a lot quieter than in summer so I could not fault anything in any way. Would highly recommend end of season if your just looking for a quiet peaceful holiday. Id also recommend the jeep safari trip especially with guide nico. We learnt a lot about the island we would not of known if not for him. Thank you yiannis george dora costas nico and all the other members of staff who work there tirelessly so we could have such a wonderful holiday :-):-)
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