Just 20 metres from Agia Marina Beach in Chania, Tree of Life Art Hotel offers uniquely decorated accommodation with free Wi-Fi. The property’s an outdoor pool with a sun terrace and a pool-side snack bar. Featuring earthy and warm colours, all air-conditioned units open to a furnished balcony, most with views to the pool or garden. Each includes a kitchenette with a fridge, cooking hobs and dining area. Free toiletries and a hairdryer are offered in the private bathroom. Guests at Tree of Life can treat themselves with a massage or spa bath at the wellness centre. A gallery shop, where local artists exhibit their work, is available within the premises. Tree of Life is 8 km from Chania Old Town with its cobbled streets and Venetian lighthouse. Souda Port and Chania International Airport are at 17 km. Free parking is provided on site.Please note that this property’s no reception desk. Guests are kindly requested to contact the hotel prior to arrival for further details. Contact information can be found on the booking confirmation.
Crete. As well as the magnificent beaches and warm seas, the size and physical variety of the island of Crete invites exploration, and Tree Of Life, located at Agia Marina, Chania Region, 73100, Greece, is the ideal staring point. Uniquely among Greek islands, Cretes mountainous spine creates a sense of spaciousness, a life distinct from sea and sand. Fly-drive holidays to Crete – or simply the hire of a car for some days during your stay in Tree Of Life, will enable you to seek out the rugged formations of the interior, the fertile countryside and tiny chapels filled with frescoes, the mountain villages where time has stood still. Always, the authentic spirit of the islanders, their fierce independence and pride as well as the best cooking and most delicious meals that constitute the famed Cretan Diet will more likely be found where few others are looking. With so much to see, with dolphins to watch, shaded squares to paint, olive trees and wild orchids, Minoan remains and sweeping beaches, no wonder Crete holidays and Tree Of Life are revisited so often.
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