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Sandy beach Hotel

Sandy beach Hotel is located in beautiful Paleochora, 71km south of Chania town.
Sandy Beach is ideally situated 10 meters away from the beach of Pachia Ammos.

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Sandy beach Hotel in Paleochora is a family owned hotel, featuring rooms with private balconies overlooking the Libyan sea.

Sandy beach offers buffet breakfast and welcomes guests in a warm environment for an enjoyable and relaxing stay in beautiful Paleochora, on the south west coast of Crete.

Rooms: 12

Room Facilities

Rooms with one double bed or two single beds
Private balconies with sea views
Outdoor furniture
Air conditioning
Free Wi-Fi
Desk
Large wardrobes
Luggage rack
Mini fridge
Satellite TV
Telephone
Bathroom with shower
Hair dryer

Hotel Facilities

Wheelchair accessible
Reception
Breakfast
Internet corner
Outdoor sitting area
Parking
Luggage storage.

71,5km from Chania town
90km from the “Ioannis Daskalogiannis” International Airport of Chania
125km from Rethymnon town
209km from the ” Nikos Kazantzakis” International Airport of Heraklion
1 minute walk to the Pachia Ammos beach
2 minute walk to the nearest restaurant
3 minute walk to the nearest super market
4 minute walk to the centre of Paleochora where there are shops, cafes, restaurants.

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The hotel is open all year round.

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