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Happy Days is a large and modern complex situated in Malia Old Village. Staff at the complex ensure your stay is a memorable one offering entertainment programme made up of a variety of games, quiz's, theme nights (don't forget your fancy dress) and a weekly BBQ. Some major sports events are shown in an air conditioned restaurant area on the big screen around the poolside. Due to its central location, close to the buzzing nightlife of Malia beach road, this property is popular amongst young and lively customers and is not suitable for guests under the age of 16.
How far is the nearest beach?
The beach is located 1km away.
Distance from Airport
The hotel is situated 35km from the airport
Happy Days has 30 studios for 3 people, 28 studios for 2 people and 2 apartments for 3 or 4 people. Each room is equipped with a television, telephone, hair dryer, kettle and air conditioning. Some room facilites are subject to availability and a local charge.
Food & Drink
The hotel has an air conditioned restaurant, which hosts a big TV screen, 2 pools, a large sunbathing area a bar and seating area.
Sports & Entertainment
Facilities at Happy days include an outdoor swimming pool, restaurant/snack par, pool bar, enterainment, air Conditioning, public telephone, internet access, safety deposit boxes, games room and mini market. Some facilities and services are subject to availability and a local charge
Malia beach road with all of its bars and clubs is approximately 500 meters from the property.
We have returned from our third stay at Happy Days. As always we were met with hugs and smiles. Our first visit was brilliant so much so we returned again and again we returned after that as...
We have returned from our third stay at Happy Days. As always we were met with hugs and smiles. Our first visit was brilliant so much so we returned again and again we returned after that as "family". The whole family look,after you really well. The place has been refurbished to a high standard and if you ask for anything if they have it you get it. We asked for extra pillows first time we stayed second time they were waiting in our room for us, that was a lovely gesture. Yes there is a breakage or damage list in your room, but if you do damage things then it's only right you pay for them. There is a BBQ which we found to be lovely, and the games after were good. It's up to you if you join in or not. Overall the family Are lovely Chris the barman is mad, but lovely with it, Faye and Georgia look after you, and Eva feeds you well, bacon sandwiches are gorgeous. Spiros oversees all. We are planning to return next May again for a lovely week in the sun, stay here it is lovely.
Just home from yet another great holiday at Happy Days, We have stayed here for the past 13yrs and every year we get the same excellent and caring service from all the family.The food is great and...
Just home from yet another great holiday at Happy Days, We have stayed here for the past 13yrs and every year we get the same excellent and caring service from all the family.The food is great and available from morning til evening,English and traditional greek food cooked fresh to order.These apartments have been newly redecorated, and eating area has beautiful atmosphere whether you want an intimate meal for two or a group of friends enjoying pizza and drinks! We will be back next year if not before.
There were four of us on a family holiday, we we had a fantastic week at the hotel, the staff were great and extremely helpful, nothing was too much trouble. It was spotlessly clean, The bars and...
There were four of us on a family holiday, we we had a fantastic week at the hotel, the staff were great and extremely helpful, nothing was too much trouble. It was spotlessly clean, The bars and food were excellent and they have put a lot into upgrading the hotel. We stayed at Happy Days last year in main season, it was great and we are looking forward to our return next year. many thanks to everyone
When arriving at "Happy Days" the whole place was shut up and looked as if it wasn't open. Luckily our coach driver rang a number and a moody women turned up. The first thing she said was why were we...
When arriving at "Happy Days" the whole place was shut up and looked as if it wasn't open. Luckily our coach driver rang a number and a moody women turned up. The first thing she said was why were we here, trying to mug us off. Our rooms were very basic and the showers were terrible for pressure and temperature. The pool was closed and workmen around painting most of the time. The only good thing was the second women who was friendly.
Malia enjoys a typically beautiful Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and mild winters. June to September are the most popular times to go on Crete holidays because of the ideal sunny weather; at their peak temperatures can reach 40° Celsius, which is perfect for working on your tan!
Spring is fresh and lovely, with colourful bursts of wild flowers scattered across the countryside while autumn is pleasantly peaceful. In the winter the weather in Crete can be wet and sometimes cooler with occasional rain showers.
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