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Doma Hotel

Doma Hotel in Halepa is situated on the waterfront, just beyond the fortified walls of Chania’s Old Town.
Walking from the hotel to the Venetian harbour (one kilometre away) takes about 20 minutes along a scenic coastal promenade.


An elegantly restored neoclassical mansion, Doma’s distinctive style reflects the building’s distinguished heritage.

Decorated with antique heirlooms, Doma has been owned and run by the same Cretan family for generations.
All rooms are decorated individually with great attention to detail.

Interiors exude serenity and simplicity, so guests can imprint their own personality onto their favourite room.
Period furniture is combined with modern comforts such as top-quality mattresses and newly renovated bathrooms with powerful showers.

The breakfast room, with its antique prints, eclectic ornaments, and picture windows framing the bay.
A feast of Cretan delicacies served in this exceptional setting makes for an unforgettable start to every day.

Doma’s 24 rooms and suites are furnished with understated charm.
Each room is different, but all are designed with tranquillity in mind.

Hotel Rooms: 24

Garden or sea views
Non Smoking Rooms
Central heating
Ceiling fan
Free Wi-Fi Internet Access
Wake Up Service

En-suite bathroom
Free organic Kores toiletries

Free parking
Breakfast Buffet
24 hour Front Desk
Car Rental
Breakfast in the Room
Bicycle Rent

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