Triopetra in Crete is among the most abandoned places I've traveled lately, if they wouldn't have a sea and a lovely beach, I would compare this place to the remote and almost abandoned desert village in Georgia, Udabno.
During our about one-month road trip around the island of Crete, we stayed at Triopetra Notos hotel for one night on June 11, 2017 and spend about EUR 50 for a hotel room. According to Booking.com website, there are not many hotels located in Triopetra, but during our short visit here, I did found a few new construction sites in the area, which might mean - Triopetra could gain some popularity in the future.
It's said that this property is a 1-minute walk from the beach, in fact, I doubt some could actually reach the sea just walking. Situated 1 km away from Triopetra Beach, Triopetra Notos Hotel offers tastefully furnished rooms and studios with views of the Libyan Sea.
Surrounding views at Triopetra Notos Hotel
In the background, you can see the Libyan sea
Featuring a furnished balcony, rooms and studios at Triopetra Notos are bright and decorated in earthy tones. They are all equipped with a TV and air conditioning. Some units also include a kitchenette with dining area, where guests can prepare and enjoy a quick meal.
Room at Triopetra Notos Hotel
At around 1 km, you can find a tavern preparing traditional Cretan specialities. The town of Rethymno is at 48 km. Free Wi-Fi is provided in the common areas and free on-site parking is possible.
Car parked at Triopetra Notos Hotel