NOSTOS HOTEL - Old Town Chania

All year - Rooms 6 - Capacity 17

Old Town of Chania , Chania, Crete

Small Traditional hotel


Near the picturesque Venetian port of Chania, in the historic district Topanas, Nostos hotel, is housed in an old house of the 14th century and is a nice surprise at the heart of Old Town, just 300 meters from the main market and the closest beach.

Guest Inn Opinion

This beautiful Venetian house, with the comfortable accommodation, is just a short walk from the bustling port of Chania and is also an ideal base for exploring the region. A friendly welcome and good value for money.


Sitting room
Breakfast Room
Baby cot free of charge
Daily cleaning service
WiFi Internet acces
Laudry service
Public parking
Vehicle recommended
Towels & sheets included
Credit cards accepted
Car & Motorbike Rental
Fax & Photocopy Service
Airport Port Transfer Service

Spoken Languages



Single Room (×1 )

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Standard Room (×1 )

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Studio (×1 )

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Superior Sea View Room (×1 )

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Family Room (×1 )

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Quandruple (×1 )

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Map & Access

Access Information

From the airport or the port of Chania, follow the direction towards the city center and then to Nautical Museum and Talo Square (15 km, 30 minutes). Leave your car at the Municipal Parking (be careful not to park in the residents area). From the municipal parking, enter the old city by foot following the Theotokopoulou Street till the end, then, after the stairs turn to the left following the Zabeliou Street. The Nostos Hotel is situated at this street and there is a sign.


100 m
50 m
150 m
Sea Sports
300 m
Archaeological Site
150 m
150 m
Closest Airport
14.0 km
Closest Port
6.0 km
200 m
45.0 km
300 m

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To see / To do

The old town of Chania is one of the jewels of western Crete. Its rich history gives it a special charm, while strong oriental features are perfectly combined with beautiful Venetian harbor.

Walk along the old city and the countless streets with beautiful neoclassical buildings. The taverns, cafes and bars located on the waterfront offer many options for food or drink.

The old covered market, cross-shaped, offers a unique atmosphere and vibrant aromas of fresh products.

The Archaeological Museum, housed in the Basilica of St. Francis is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city dating from the 14th century, a unique sample of Venetian architecture.

The city also hosts many cultural events like music and art festivals, while Greek and foreign artists exhibit their works in numerous galleries.

Chania is also an ideal stop to discover the beautiful beaches of the region, the traditional villages of the hinterland and the famous Samaria Gorge.

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