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.
We stayed here in 2012 and made friends with some of the amazing staff here Infact we even pop up and visit here every year to visit our friends and the lovely village panorama which is a fantastic...
We stayed here in 2012 and made friends with some of the amazing staff here Infact we even pop up and visit here every year to visit our friends and the lovely village panorama which is a fantastic hotel for that all inclusive family holiday with breath taking views of Agia Pelagia and the staff here are top notch so if your looking for value for your money on your next all inclusive then I highly recommend this hotel 😀
My partner and i came here to celebrate her 21st birthday, this was our 1st time to Crete and after talks with people who had been before we were looking forward to it very much. Unfortunately this...
My partner and i came here to celebrate her 21st birthday, this was our 1st time to Crete and after talks with people who had been before we were looking forward to it very much. Unfortunately this hotel lets its self down, it is very clean and looked after with some very beautiful views but the all inclusive side is not good, there is a range of about 5 different drinks most include the local produce (Raki) and cocktails are not included until the evening and even then the only ones on the all inclusive include Raki. All the decent booze is available but at a cost. There is not much good to say about the buffet either, lets just say after paying for all inclusive we only ate at the hotel 2 times in the whole week we were there, we spent all our spending money in restaurants in the local town as the food on offer is mainly catered for Germans. The entertainment was good when they decided to put some on which was just as and when they fancied and even then it would be something lasting no longer than an hour. on night they just put a projector outside with transformers on as that evenings entertainment. I will visit Greece again but unfortunately i think this hotel has put me off Crete.
We had a room booked at this hotel. We waited more than an hour for our room cuz it wasn t ready so they decided to give us a room at Pela Mare hotel, which is like up on a hill, very close to...
We had a room booked at this hotel. We waited more than an hour for our room cuz it wasn t ready so they decided to give us a room at Pela Mare hotel, which is like up on a hill, very close to Panorama, 2-3 minutes away. I paid 10 euros for the wifi ( for one week) and it worked just fine, but in the reception of Panorama hotel. They send us a car to take us up at Pela Mare, the driver was so nice. The staff at Panorama is vwey polite, the "maitre" from the hotel restaurant was very kind and helpfull. The food was verrry good, prepared in your face, they made yummy pancakes like every day, the drinks are ok, at the bar you can enjoy a beer ( cuz the cocktails aren't that good ) with a view you won't forget.You have two beaches you can go. One is like in the center of agia pelagia where you can find stores and restaurants etc; the hotel has a bus to transporte the clients to this beach, so it s ok. The other beach is like in the other side, you have to walk, it s like 15 minutes but it deserve the walking, the water is blue-green and it's kinda of amazing. This year I want to go again to this hotel because of the view, the food, the staff and because greece it's aweosome, especially crete. I was at Panorama in june 2013.
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.
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