Aquila Rithymna Beach Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Adellanos Cambos, Rethymnon, 74100, Greece
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Can't Recommend it Highly Enough!

by TripAdvisor Member SJWO98

My wife and I have just returned from a 2 week stay at this hotel in July 2006 and frankly, we couldn’t recommend this place highly enough.

From the moment we arrived, we were greeted extremely courteously by the reception staff and check-in was very smooth and professional.

The room was of a very good standard and fair size – largely identical to the pictures of the rooms on the website (which is always encouraging – you usually only see ‘the best’). We paid a small supplement for a sea-view which was very well worth it – looking out at the twinkling lights of Rethymnon in the evening, the starry night over head and the gentle sound of the Aegean rolling in really is a memory to savour! (I would certainly recommend this upgrade if you can afford that little extra).

The air conditioning was excellent and much needed, and our room had a key-lock safe, plenty of storage space, a satellite TV (don’t go expecting Sky sports though – I think only the news channels were in English – BBC, Euronews, CNN etc..) and a fridge. The fridge was invaluable for the copious amounts of water you need to drink when it gets hot! The room is controlled by the card key and has a wall mounted digital touch-pad for lights, a/c etc.

The bathroom was nicely tiled (a black marble effect), had a fair sized bath, shower (stand-in, sideways), big wash basin, toilet and bidet. Most importantly, it looked and smelt clean which I cannot stress enough is not necessarily the norm in many Cretan hotels – be warned! The old adage, ‘you get what you pay for’ is very appropriate in this respect…

In fact, cleanliness and hygiene was a real strong point (among many) at this hotel – rarely could you walk around without seeing maids or cleaners, constantly keeping the hotel and its surrounds immaculate. Personally, I value that a great deal.

Speaking of the surrounds, the hotel is more of a ‘complex’ or small village as there are many bungalow style accommodations either side of the main building, all with very pleasant fascias. The hotel has its own small church, 5 pools (the largest of which is tremendous fun!), including an indoor pool, gymnasium and sauna, a long sandy beach with a huge number of sun beds and daily water sports, a shop with all sorts of goods, a very pleasant ‘garden tour’ (plant walk) around the complex, a taverna, several restaurants, a cocktail bar, jewellery boutique, tennis facilities (over the road), internet facilities… you name it, its all here.

The daily entertainment schedule was incredible (honestly, something for everyone if you tire of lying on the beach or by the pool) and it’s a very child-friendly hotel – so much for them to do – I rarely saw ‘bored-looking’ children

I must take issue with other recent TripAdvisor posters on this hotel (under the 'Grecotel Rithymna Beach' reviews - #16 at 30/7/06 – same hotel) – the children are NOT the issue that they are made out to be! This isn’t an adult-only hotel (that much is obvious!) but I didn’t see any ‘screaming kids’ (or even badly-behaved) in my two weeks around the hotel – I honestly couldn’t see the fuss, nor any issue with particular nationalities, as was insinuated by another review. It’s a cosmopolitan hotel in terms the spread of visitors but I can honestly say nobody said or did anything that ruined my stay, regardless of nationality. In fact if any one thing was noted by myself and my wife it was the tendency of Brits to find a reason to moan at something, no matter how trivial the matter really was…

The staff were excellent throughout our stay, always polite, helpful and professional, particularly the Thomson representatives present, through whom we booked the holiday.

I personally had no complaints but two ‘heads-up’ for those who might like to know in advance – the hotel facilities which are not part of the half-board arrangement (e.g. the cocktail bar, or taverna) are a little on the expensive side if you visit them habitually throughout your stay. Fortunately, though, there are many fine authentic eating establishments along the Old Road immediately outside the hotel so you are spoiled for alternatives (Levantes restaurant – 200 metres out of the hotel to the left, opposite side – very much recommended!).

The other is the daily occurrence of a visitor to your evening meal from the hotel, ‘selling’ you a themed night (usually the following day, at a supplement) organised by the hotel at the Taverna end of the complex. She was always incredibly polite and professional (and not in the least pushy) but I can imagine some people might feel a bit intimidated by it at first. Politely declining was no problem at all, though, so this shouldn’t be a reason not to stay here! Incidentally, the food was of a very high standard for a large, self-service half board restaurant. The choice was incredible and the food was always very fresh and outstandingly tasty. Kids were also very well catered for. Be prepared to put weight on at this hotel (and throughout Crete) – the temptation is huge!

I wouldn’t hesitate in staying at this hotel again should I return to Crete in this particular area. I’d recommend it to honeymooners, couples, families younger or older, seniors – you name it. It’s a tremendous hotel and frankly I can’t wait to return one day!

{{As an aside to the posters & TripAdvisor, this is the SAME hotel which also appears as “Grecotel Rithymna Beach” on trip advisor reviews under Rethymnon – until T.A. amalgamate the two sets of reviews, be aware there are more of them available for your perusal!}}

Really liked this hotel

by TripAdvisor Member SarahSwan

Stayed in this hotel in July 2003,we were really impressed with Crete and the hotel in particular.

Weather- extremely hot on arrival, up to 45 degrees and even the locals were complaining. The staff at the hotel were concerned enough to put up warning signs in reception telling guests to avoid the hottest part of the day and cover up. Cooled down after that, but still very hot. The Mediterranean sun is very strong so high factor suncream really needed!

Transfer to hotel- very smooth, although Heraklion airport pretty chaotic. Very comfortable airconditioned coach provided by Thomson, we were second drop as Platinum guests are guaranteed this service. Greeted at hotel by charming, efficient reception staff and complimentary cold orange juice (very nice).

Accommodation - we were in a family room in prime position near the main pool (but not so near we were disturbed). Room seemed rather gloomy and dark at first, but we soon realised dark meant cool. Very efficient airconditioning made sleeping easy.
Plenty of space inside, with nice bathroom . Bathrobes and slippers provided so don't bother packing them. Had to say the furniture was looking ever so slightly battered, but the hotel has been opened 20 years. The rooms in the main building have apparently just been refurbished so the family rooms may be next. Good sized fridge also in room which was good for storing drinks etc and satellite TV with some English channels. Room had small but shady terrace which was great in the midday heat.

Hotel - Huge and stylish. Public areas air conditioned and very smart. Dining room impressive, but some tables seemed too close to walkways which made meals a bit disturbed. Plenty of outside tables though. Various tavernas/bars etc which are worth investigating. The Greek coffee shop near the little frescoed church is very atmospheric. Beautiful gardens leading down to huge private beach with plenty of sunloungers and a beach bar.

Pools - Almost too many to count! Main seawater pool enormous and clean with loads of sunloungers, shady area near pool if you want to avoid the sun. Only minus point was that this area was over a hedge next to the road so a bit noisy. Two other smaller pools and paddling pool around hotel, and lovely indoor pool. Plenty of sunloungers again!

Food and drink - Food fabulous,
Evening buffet service for starters and sweets, waiter service most nights for main course.
Breakfast equally huge, also buffet. If you want to sleep in a smaller restaurant serves until 10.30am.
Drinks expensive, but served with style (and nuts!)
One point, on our first night we were invited to attend a barbeque theme night the next night in the taverna. It wasn't made clear that this was extra and not part of the half board arrangement. We were a bit shocked to be presented with a bill for about 100 euros for the evening (we would have paid for drinks anyway). There is entertainment in the taverna, but you are welcome to come to this later anyway, and just buy after dinner coffee/drinks. The food was good, but not worth paying a premium for, and the food in the main restaurant is so good it's not worth paying extra.

Staff - All well trained, hard working and so nice especially with the children. Nothing was too much trouble.

Entertainment - Children's clubs good if your children like them (mine don't) Evening entertainment fine, plenty going on in the hotel and watersports (well run and safe) available on the beach.

There are two or three shops in the hotel for essentials and luxuries, the minimarket at the gate sells drinks, rolls, cheese etc for lunches. Thomson have a dedicated Platinum lounge with fruit, iced water, books and magazines.

Crete is a beautiful island with plenty to see. It's worth hiring a car for a few days but DON'T do this in advance. There are several car hire places near the hotel with very new smart cars and good rates. Knossos interesting, but the reconstructed bits are a bit intrusive. If going in the summer, you can delay your visit until later as it's open until 7pm. Cooler and less crowded. Archaeological museum in Heraklion also worth a visit.

If you can, take a trip into the mountains to the entrance to the Samaria gorge (worth walking if you're fairly fit and it isn't high summer!) Cretan roads are a bit chaotic and road signs are awful, but getting lost is part of the fun!!

All in all, we loved Crete, and the Rithymna Beach in particular.

Rethymno Crete

by F.Lade

Rethymno Crete is built on the antic city Rithymna from 300 bc.The city has gone through a both Greece , Venecian and Turkish periods , especially many interesting remains from the Turkish and Venecian periods in the old city. Here the old Venecian harbour.

100% fabulous.

by TripAdvisor Member Paddy12

The hotel faces a lovely sandy beach and there are free sunbeds, parasols and large beach towels provided. The hotel also has a water sports centre and two large pools. The road running in front of the hotel is full of shops and bars and the centre of town is just a few kilometres away. There are taxis and the local bus stop directly outside the hotel grounds. From the moment you walk in to the foyer you cannot fail to be impressed with the service and style of the hotel. The half board meals are taken in the main restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, but there are also other restaurants on the complex should you want a change. After day 4 I usually tire of the half board meals, but the choice was so varied that I didn't this time. Sometimes the meats can be very boring but here the meats were seasoned and very much "a la carte" on occassions. The meals are self service but you can ask to be served. The house wine (especially the white) was really good and can be recommended. The room we had faced inland and was of an acceptable standard. I preferred this to a sea view as we were away from the noise of the evening entertainment which could have been better (small band) The fruit, wine and red roses in the room on arrival was a nice touch. Overall ACE!!

Good stay

by A TripAdvisor Member

We are just back from our holiday in Crete and really had a very good time out there. The hotel as such is quite a big place but you never get the feeling you are lost in the wider sense. The buildings are splitted up into various sections which guarantees a good overview of the premises. As we are travelling with two young kids, we stayed at the "family-side" of the hotel which is a separated buidling and which has it's own pools. One small pool is intended for the kids so they stay literally within meters from yourself and one full-blown pool where you can enjoy a good swim. Apart from these pools, you still a smaller pool at the front of the hotel (with view on the sea) which can be windy at times and the major pool which is really impressive. This one also has a well marked toddler section but it is big with depts exceeding two meters so you really can enjoy a good swim without colliding every two strokes. We stayed 11 days and the buffet which is served in the main restaurant never became boring. The staff is warm, very friendly and helpful. The entertaining program is good and very enjoyable so if you go out there, don't miss the evening program !
Being a frequent traveller myself, a do realize a good bed is difficult to find but they should really do something about the quality of the beds (in the family section)
As the hotel is very receptive about suggestions, we are sure that something will be done about this on short term.
To put it in a nutshell : a place which we would like to recommend everyone visiting Crete.

Not a 5 star hotel for many reasons....

by A TripAdvisor Member

Our first holiday as a family with a young baby, we opted for this supposedly luxurious 5 star flagship hotel and were faced with disappointments along the way. Firstly, we flew with Thomson Air and had the smallest amount of legroom possible with no room to even assume the crash position had it been necessary. Our 1 year old daughter could not sit on our lap without hitting her head against the seat in front. Secondly, we arrived at the hotel to find that the advertised air conditioning was only available between 4:00pm and 10:00pm. Not good enough with a young child and a room temperature of 29 degrees. Our complaint led to an extension from 12 till 12 but again this did not resolve the problem. We expect to have access to air conditioning 24 hours a day in a 5 star hotel. After a week, we were finally moved from the main building to a bungalow which had a seperate air conditoning unit. Although entertainment was offered every night, only one night out of fourteen was actually free (the first night) and we found this disappointing. The alternative was to pay for a themed night but the charge was approx 30 Euros per person. The themed nights are sold during your evening meal whcih we found obtrusive. The food quality was high and the hotel offers fresh baby food free of charge unless you order via room service which incurrs a 2 euro charge. The baby food was excellent. There are several grass areas which were suitable for our baby to play on (check for rabbit droppings). The most suitable was restricted for "famous class" guests which we found extremely odd for a so called 5 star hotel. We found there were sub categories of accommodation. The accommodation in the main block (us before we were moved) was 3-4 star. The bungallows were 4 star and the suites I guess were 5 star although I can only assume this. Our accommodation was extremely clean and the maids were excellent and friendly. On the whole we found the staff to be excellent although several do struggle to speak English which can be annoying when ordering food. The hotel's proximity to the beach is excellent as was the beach bar although the beach is rather pebbly and extremely difficult to travel accross but it is very clean which is essential for kids.
We cannot understand how this hotel obtained a 5 star rating. We had never visited Greece before so maybe this is 5 star by Greek standards although by our standards this was an average 4 star hotel.

Continued High Quality ???

by TripAdvisor Member knitgirl

I would firstly like to say that we have just returned from another great holiday at this hotel. However little changes seem to be appearing i.e. Breakfast juices watered down very noticable, games machines, even the staff we gob smacked when they saw them we were told. Children, I have never in all the years of staying at this hotel seen as many children. My husband said he thought there were more Eastern Europeans in this Hotel than there were in their own country. The A la Carte was only 2 nights and buffets every other night. Normally every night you have a choice, "cut backs". The staff their are brilliant even though they were under pressure in the dining areas. But "Poppy" at the Beach Bar, why do you work there you never smile you ignore your customers and it is really as if you don't want to be there. On a much happier note, the new manager seems to be a really nice chap. The staff told us that he is very approachable and he has a smile for everyone. Makes a change from the last manager.

Anyway all in all we still had a really good holiday, but next year I think it will be the Creta Palace a little further down the road.

great hotel, but beware...............

by TripAdvisor Member traveller42

Beware:.......... If you do not like kids, this may not be the place for you. This resort is very much a family orientated hotel and although I do not dislike kids, after a fortnght of screaming, shouting, crying, running around of kids of all ages, from babies to teenagers, especially at every meal time, patience of even the most fervent child lover might be sorely stretched if you are after peace and quiet from your holidays. One solution may be to avoid the school holidays periods, but we didn't take into account that the break-up of schools on the Continent start in June.

Going with Thompson Platinum, which discourages English travellers from booking with kids under 16, this does not apply to Continental travel agents, and consequently we found ourselves surrounded by extended Russian, German, Dutch and other nationalities families.

In all other aspects the resort's facilities are second to none- I can see why families like to bring the kids, as they are well catered for and looked after. The staff is friendly and helpful, the rooms spacious and kept spotlessly clean, serviced daily, and when we arrived we had flowers, fruit, a bottle of wine courtesy of the hotel management and a bottle of water courtesy of Thompson in our room.

There are four restaurants in the grounds, bur the main buffet restaurant offers plenty of choice, frequently replensihed dishes, so you don't really need to use the others if you do not wish to. And the quality is very good, hot food kept warm, with a different 'theme' each night but plenty of variety even so.

There are three outdoor pools and one indoor, plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas, and a large good beach the length of the hotel premises, which incidentally is set in a beautiful, mature garden, again with plenty of sunbeds and shades. Bath towels are provided free of charge.

Entertainment is a bit hit and miss, but on holidays, who cares! You take or leave what you enjoy or otherwise sit on the terrace bar and enjoy the view and the ouzo in the balmy evening air.

Thompson provides the usual excursions and facilities like car hire but you can also have this arranged probably cheaper through Reception or any of the operators on the main road just outside the hotel, where there are also plenty of shops and variety of restaurants.

In the main we did enjoy our stay at the resort but oh those kids........................!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We suggested to the management that for mealtimes at least, they should provide a kidsfree zone in their restaurant, which has plenty of space, so meals can be enjoyed in peace and quiet. Whether they have introduced this now is another matter.............


by Jawnuta

This is my favorite rethymno web site for map and other resources when I plan my trip!

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Rethymno is the capital city of the prefecture of Rethymno, which occupies the northern part of the island.

In its picturesque streets you will encounter contemporary buildings, traditional houses as well as mosques, byzantine churches and architectural structures of the venetian and turkish occupation period.

Amongst them, are the historic buildings of the Venetian Lotzia, the Venetian Mansions, the Cathedral of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary, the churches of Santa Maria, the Lady of the Angels and the Neratzes Mosque.

Present-day Rethymnon is built on the site of ancient Rithymna, as the finds of a cemetery of the Late Minoan period, discovered in the Mastaba quarter, show. The town flourished during the Mycenean era. In the 3rd century AD, for some unknown reason, it lost its importance, and is only mentioned as a large village. However, Rithymna retained its autonomy and independence, as is evidenced by the coins which, as a free city, continued to mint. During the Byzantine period the town continued to be inhabited, and parts of Roman and Byzantine mosaics have been found.The Venetian period, also, was a time of great prosperity for Rithymna, as the Venetians used its harbour as an intermediate stop between Herakleion and Chania, and as an administrative centre for the area.

Since 1991, the Archaeological Museum of Rethymnon (tel. no. 0831/29975) has been housed in the pentagonal building opposite the main gate of the Fortetsa. The building was constructed by the Turks in an effort to strengthen the city's defence. Due to the different functions that it served over the centuries - until the 1960's it housed the civic prison - its original form has been significantly altered.

The museum contains the following collections:

Late Neolithic (3500-2900 B.C.) and Early Minoan (2800-2100 B.C.) finds from the caves Gerani, Melidoni, Margeles and Helenes, finds from the buildings at Apodoulou, Monastiraki and the peak sanctuary at Vrysinas, dated to the Middle Minoan period (2100-1600 B.C.) Late Minoan finds (1600-1100 B.C.) from the cemeteries, the most representative being that of Armenoi, finds of the Geometric (1000-700 B.C.) and Archaic (700-500 B.C.) periods from Eleutherna and Axos , finds from Stavromenos and Argyroupolis (ancient Lappa) dated to the Classical, Hellenistic and Roman periods.

Historical and Folk Art Museum of Rethymnon (tel. 23.667).
It houses a collection of handwoven items, paintings, as well as various folk art exhibits.

Folk Art Collection of the Lyceum Club of Greek Women (tel. no.29.572).
Here are exhibited collections of local costumes and jewellery. Also included is a large number of embroidered work and handwoven articles, as well as woodwork and pottery.

Rethymnon is the capital of the prefecture of the same name. It lies between the other two large towns - Herakleion to the east (at a distance of 80 kms.) and Chania to the west (at a distance of 60 kms.).

Rethymnon is a blend of modern and old-time dignity and charm. It has a population of about 20,000 inhabitants and is the administrative and commercial centre of the prefecture, as well as a communications centre. It is well provided with tourist facilities and prides itself on its cultural activity and its significant presence in the general cultural life of the island, much of which is centred around the Faculty of Letters of the University of Crete, established here.

Artistic events are regularly organized, as are exhibitions, plays, concerts and lectures. Rethymnon is linked by bus with the main towns and villages of the prefecture and also with Herakleion and Chania. There is also a regular year-round boat service linking Rethymnon with the port of Piraeus, but the town also makes use of the nearby port of Souda. Rethymnon has no airport, but it does have regular connections with the Chania airport.

Starting from the small Venetian harbour of Rethymnon, we can admire the 13th-century Venetian mole which once protected the harbour. This small breakwater with its high wall managed to face the wild waves of the Cretan Sea and survive the battle unharmed. It is in remarkably good condition despite the passage of so many centuries. Today there is a much larger breakwater outside it, with a new ferry port for ships to Piraeus and Santorini.

At the end of the mole stands the imposing lighthouse. This is not Venetian, however, as it was built by the Turks after the 17th century.

Along the quayside with its many fish tavernas, the row of similar frontages blends in with the Venetian buildings and later Turkish additions to form a picturesque whole.

The Venetian harbour of Rethymnon no longer provides moorings for Venetian galleys and Turkish warships, but the fishing boats rocking on the water make a serene and pretty picture. In summer the harbour is bustling with life, as the tavernas set their tables outside and invite passers-by to try their Greek or foreign cooking.

There are daily boat trips from Rethymnon to nearby beaches. Some of the boats look like old wooden sailing ships, complementing the nostalgic atmosphere of the Venetian harbour.

In winter the old harbour is a very different picture. There are no tourists and most of the tavernas are shut. But the café at the end of the harbour is open all year round, and locals and students sit there to enjoy the winter sunshine.

The Venetian harbour of Rethymnon is the ideal starting-point for a tour of the old town or a visit to the Fortezza, the Venetian fortress of Rethymnon.

Check out my CRETE & CHANIA pages as well

Rethymno, the Medieval Town of Crete

by dimilag

"General Information"

Rethymno is situated on the North Coast of Crete, approximately halfway between the modern day capital of the island, Heraklion, and the ancient capital of Chania. Rethymnon is the third largest city of the island and is a fascinating combination of old and new: In the old quarter, evidence of Rethymnon's Venetian and Ottoman past is all around one. The visitor may spend many happy hours meandering through the narrow maze of streets that seem a world apart from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life. On the other hand, the new town provides resident and visitor alike with all the amenities and facilities one could wish for in the 21st century.

Rethymno is claimed, by many, to be the artistic and intellectual capital of Crete and is rich in culture and history. The people of Rethymnon take great pride in all aspects of their heritage. The municipal archaeological department plays an extremely important role in helping to maintain Rethymnon's archaeological legacy. Local arts and crafts are vigorously promoted throughout the region; folk music and dance are actively encouraged amongst the young - helping to ensure that traditional customs are passed down to future generations. Rethymnon is also the seat of the University of Crete. Due in part to the thriving student population, the town has a diverse year-round programme of live entertainment and cultural activities.

It is graced by a long sandy beach that stretches for miles towards the east. Here one finds hotels, bars, restaurants, shops and services catering for the summer tourist. However, whenever one is in Rethymnon, at whatever time of year, the opportunities for eating, drinking, shopping and entertainment abound.


Rethymnon has a rich and varied history that spans thousands of years. Findings from caves in the region provide evidence of human habitation that dates back to Neolithic times. Findings from within the town indicate that Rethymnon itself has been inhabited since the late Minoan Era. During the 3rd and 4th Centuries BC the autonomous state of Rithymna was of sufficient importance to issue its own coinage.

The Venetian rule saw Rethymnon flourishing as a commercial, artistic and administrative centre. The Venetians created a harbour, built extensive fortifications - including the impressive Fortezza which still dominates the town today - and constructed distinctive monuments such as the Rimondi Fountain and the Loggia.

During the Turkish occupation Rethymnon fell somewhat into decline. However the town did become an important centre for local resistance in Crete's battle for independence. The Turks also left their mark architecturally, most notably in the modifications they made to Venetian buildings and in the construction of minarets and mosques.

In 1913, Rethymnon, along with the rest of Crete became unified with Greece. During the Second World War local inhabitants played an extremely active role in resisting the Nazi occupation; townspeople and villagers frequently risking their own lives in the process.

In recent decades Rethymnon has continued to grow and prosper - as a centre for local industry, tourism and a seat of learning. To find out more about the history of Rethymnon, please select the menu options to the left of this page.



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 Aquila Rithymna Beach Hotel

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Address: Adellanos Cambos, Rethymnon, 74100, Greece