Cobbles and courtyards
Serenissima Boutique Hotel is as rooted in its Chania location as the olive and lemon trees planted outside its bedrooms. The hotel rekindles Crete’s romance with the Venetians: its building is a 16th-century Venetian townhouse, decorated with arches, beams and exposed brick. Blush-pink and peach hues up the romance, as do tempting beds with Chania Old Town views. An 18th-century Ottoman hammam is currently being readied for modern guests; additional creature comforts come courtesy of the excellent restaurant, whose abstract tasting menus include ‘Sea’ and ‘Earth’.
Get this when you book through us:
A bottle of sparkling wine, home-made chocolates, and a 10 per cent in the restaurant