Vergina Beach Hotel Review, Agia Marina, Crete

Updated: 23 February, 2022 seen 251

This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Set right on the sandy beach of Agia Marina, Vergina Beach Hotel offers free WiFi in all areas and air-conditioned accommodation with views over the Cretan Sea. It includes a beach bar and a cocktail bar.

We booked this hotel at the start of June 2017 and stayed here for 2 nights, paying in total about EUR 106.

As we hadn't yet booked a rental car here, for getting here we took a taxi from Chania bus station and paid a fixed price EUR 14, in case you are not willing to pay for taxi, you can take bus, it's really cheap.

Room at Verginia Beach Hotel

Room at Vergina Beach Hotel

Vergina studios, suites and apartments are simply, yet tastefully furnished, with a private balcony. They include a kitchenette with electric kettle and mini fridge, as well as a flat-screen TV.

Beach near Vergina Beach hotel

Beach near Vergina Beach hotel

Really nicely located just in the front of the beaches.

At the beach restaurant, you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and snacks. The cocktail bar serves cocktails, drinks and pizzas, and it also features 8 large flat-screen TVs. Within a few metres from the property, you will find a bakery, a super market, a bank, as well as bars and restaurants.

Free sunbeds at Vergina Beach hotel

Free sunbeds at Vergina Beach hotel

Great view and I even managed to perform some little work from here using Free Wi-FI from hotel. Digital nomads dream.

The town and port of Chania are around 8 km away from Vergina Beach Hotel. Chania Airport is 17 km away. 

The Bottom Line

Really nice and quiet enough, despite very popular among Scandinavian pensioners, drinking beer a lot, though tired to party all night along, it was quiet after 23:00.  I enjoyed this place, price we paid, eur 50 per night is a bargain, close to the beach. Fantastic.

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