11 beautiful apartments on the picturesque island of Crete, that celebrate fresh, traditional food and delicious, local wine.
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In the old city of Rethymno, on the historical island of Crete, architect Kostas Iliakis renovated in 1987 a beautiful mansion from 1660, using a brilliant combination of Cretan, Venetian and Oriental techniques, to create the Avli Lounge Apartments hotel.
Seven charming suites each pays homage to a unique architectural style, based on the 15th century style of the building, and provides luxury comforts that meet your every need, in the spirit of true Cretan hospitality.
Venetian arches, works of art, crystal and porcelain are shown off against an authentic Greek background of flowers and fountains. The colours of the palette of this mysterious island lend their names to the suites.
The people of Crete know well how to celebrate life and how to make you feel welcome. On your arrival, be welcomed with fruit, sweet delicacies and soft drinks. On the traditional pebble-floored terrace, which offers a splendid view of the old city and the castle, you can enjoy a drink, a private dinner or a chance to read in quiet.
Rest up in one of the six apartments or in the luxurious penthouse. Each suite provides luxury comforts such as a Jacuzzi bath, soft bathrobes and slippers, air conditioning and a late breakfast for when you want a lie in.
All guests can use the outdoor Jacuzzi on the roof that comes with umbrellas, tables and deck chairs to soak up the sunshine, plus a view down to Fortezza castle.
Cycle, walk, horse ride or take to the sea and scuba dive your way around this fascinating island. Yoga and massage is on hand to help you relax.
When you’ve explored the beach and the ancient ruins, get to know the gastronomy of the island. For the Cretans, the secret of good health and longevity is simple: eat what the land produces. So dine out on olive oil, fruits, vegetables, herbs, pulses, cheese and bread accompanied, of course, by a glass of raki or local wine.
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