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Perched upon cliffs affording wonderful views, these luxurious residences with private pools boast stylish guest rooms in restful, earthy tones and some seclusion. There's an inviting bar and the impressive cuisine has a health focus, complemented by a spa, gyms, yoga and other health and sport facilities.

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Located on the north coast of Crete on a steep hillside at Agia Pelagia, once a fishing village and now a seaside resort, the hotel is around 24km from Heraklion, its airport and ferry port.

By plane: flights from London and Manchester to Heraklion take under 4 hours. A taxi will take under 30 minutes from the airport. Free parking on-site. Book flights to Heraklion.

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Perched on a cliff overlooking the deep blue waters of Mononaftis Bay, the series of brown suites and villas line the hill. The look is rather more successful inside the rooms than out: the close proximity of the larger all-inclusive Seaside resort and lots of cars lining Acro's villas initially detract from the five-star look.


Service is generally good. As well as the restaurant, bar and spa, there's a small boutique, a small gym with eco-friendly equipment and a well-equipped one with modern Technogym equipment. The bamboo yoga shala offers daily yoga and meditation. There are also sports facilities shared with sister resort, Seaside.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Fitness centre
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Adult-only
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


There are 49 open plan uber-stylish rooms decorated in soft hues and earthy tones. Open stonework, dark granite sinks, wooden accents and floor-to-ceiling windows create an attractive living space. Private pools, Marshall bluetooth speakers and Nespresso machines up the luxe look.

Room types: Cave, Wave, Gaia, Loft Suites; Summer, Grand Summer, Sunset, Acroterra Villas

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, Nespresso machine, pillow menu, terrace, pool


Cremnos Restaurant is attractive and open-terraced one side, with floor-to-ceiling windows and walls of exposed Cretan grey and rust stone the other. It focuses primarily on healthy cuisine, although has options like burgers and tacos as well. Some tables have views of the bay. There's a bar, and another dining option is Asian restaurant Umi at sister hotel Seaside next door.

Cremnos: nutritious Greek cuisine, local and seasonal ingredients. Open for lunch and dinner.

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