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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 apologise for posting this review late, I forgot to do it! We stayed there last august with our two teenagers. I loved the panorama village hotel. It is small for an all inclusive, but I think...
I apologise for posting this review late, I forgot to do it! We stayed there last august with our two teenagers. I loved the panorama village hotel. It is small for an all inclusive, but I think this helped to create a good atmosphere. There was a good mixture of nationalities (excluding russians), and everyone seemed to get on well with each other. It was very clean, the staff were friendly. The animation man (Mohomad) was fantastic, he got the whole pool up dancing everyday. The views were amazing. The food was limited and basic, however we always found something to eat and didn't starve. The beaches were a ten minute walk down a hill, we were close to two lovely beaches and although it was a steep hill it was nice to get some exercise. We met some lovely people and as I said this was my favourite holiday in years, I would thoroughly recommend it.
This holiday for us was brilliant. When we got there, the staff where very friendly and welcoming and we were actually upgraded during our stay. The sites you see are amazing and the beach near by is...
This holiday for us was brilliant. When we got there, the staff where very friendly and welcoming and we were actually upgraded during our stay. The sites you see are amazing and the beach near by is fantastic! There is always things on offer at this hotel and the fact there is a bus that often takes you to and from the beach and hotel is an absolute bonus, although the ten minuet or so walk up and down the hill isn't too bad! The rooms were very clean and there the food, although similar each night, was very nice and there was always something to suit. The bar staff were also friendly and the food and drinks were lovely! Brilliantly located.
we stayed at this hotel in september 2014 for two weeks myself and husband and 19 year old daughter, we were a little apprehensive due to reading the reviews but were pleasantly surprised, we...
we stayed at this hotel in september 2014 for two weeks myself and husband and 19 year old daughter, we were a little apprehensive due to reading the reviews but were pleasantly surprised, we upgraded to a sea view think it was 105, the room was enormous and the balcony would have fitted another room on. think this cost us £100 for two weeks with safe deposit box thrown in towels and bed changed several times during our stay. The hotel is spotless with fantastic views yes up a hill but free bus several times a dayto the beach,which is lovely crescent shaped with bars and tavernas. food at the hotel was lovely especially greek night always found something tasty. The evening receptionist when we arrived was ok - she was a bit loud but think this was just her way, we were shown our room but it was a little bit dark with not much or a view so opted to upgrade -so glad we weren't sent to another hotel but it all adds to the adventure. the staff were lovely especially costas on the day bar who worked very hard all day and always had time to talk to us (he likes millionaire shortbread from morrisons by the way) the maitre d - george was a true gent . entertainment was great always something different every-night and the mohammed who organised the daytime entertainment was fantastic. we had a lovely relaxing holiday here and wouldn't hesitate to go back.
Myself and two friends stayed here for a week in June 2013.The Hotel overall was clean. The staff were friendly and very helpful if we had any queries. The room was a good size and was cleaned on a...
Myself and two friends stayed here for a week in June 2013.The Hotel overall was clean. The staff were friendly and very helpful if we had any queries. The room was a good size and was cleaned on a daily basis, the cleaners even folded our pajamas and neatly placed them on the bed each day. We never felt that our belonging were at risk and we felt perfectly safe for the duration of our holiday. The views from the hotel were absolutely stunning, particularly from the pool and balcony area! Each day there was a bus that took guests to the beach at regular intervals which was free. There was also a bus that took guests to heraklion centre every day for just a small fee and collected you from the same place later in the day. The Beach was beautiful and there was plenty of places to grab a bite to eat or a quick drink (alcoholic or otherwise). You could even walk the distance between the hotel and the beach but during the day it would be too hot to do so, particularly in the middle of the summer, because of the steep incline back to the hotel. We even caught the last bus down to the beach on one of our last nights there and walked back up later in the evening after a lovely meal on the front, watching the sunset. you could even catch a taxi if necessary. The food at the hotel was quite nice and there was a range of different things at each meal time to choose from even if you're a fussy eater like myself. The tzatziki was home made everyday and tasted delicious! there was always fresh bread on offer and they made pancakes with nutella every morning... HEAVEN! There was always something going on around the pool during the day, including aqua aerobics, darts competitions and bowls. There was also evening entertainment throughout the week such as traditional greek dancers with fire! we even got up to join in ourselves! We didn't make full use of the all inclusive drinks but the one and only thing negative about this holiday is that you had to buy your own drinks after 11 0'clock. The bar was open quite abit later but where our room was situated we couldn't hear a thing. Despite this there was a shop right next to the pool where you could purchase a variety of things from suncream, to inflatables and deodorant... very handy. Overall a lovely place to stay for families couples or just a small group of friends, definitely not the place to stay if your looking for a wild clubbing holiday, but perfect for relaxing and tanning yourself.
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