ALEXANDER BEACH Hotel
About the hotel
ALEXANDER BEACH Hotel
The hotel ALEXANDER BEACH is situated on the Kommo-Kalamaki beach, in a quiet, ideal place for children.
- Free Parking
- Snack bar
- Private beach
- Magnificent view of the Libyan Sea
There is a private area on the beach with complimentary umbrellas and deck chairs for our hotel guests.
There are four types of rooms: single, double, triple and family. All have a large balcony, bathroom, restroom, heating, telephone, refrigerator, air conditioning and wireless internet.
It has 25 comfortable rooms uniquely designed, each with its own large balcony and comforts that will make you feel right at home.
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The villas Alexandros are situated between the villages Kamilari and Kalamaki, on a small hill with a panoramic view that takes your breath away.
- Fully equipped and furnished
- Panoramic view
For your everyday needs you will find a refrigerator, coffee pot, microwave oven, washing machine, electric iron and enough towels, sheets etc.
Very cheap flights to Heraklion
See what our guests say about us or sign our guestbook.
Hallo liebe Alexander-Familie,
Thomas und ich waren schön öfter bei euch und dass es schön ist, erübrigt sich daher. Einige Urlauber zweifelten öfter an, ob es ...
Liane und Thomas
I stayed in June and it is as a great hotel.
Very clean friendly staff. excellent location.
Nice quiet village, Ideally located to travel to many other places.
By far one of the best places in the area!! We will come again ...
Kalo paska gia olla stin kalamaki!
Erchoumai to 5. Maiou... ta leme :*** ...
Wow, war das ein Urlaub! Von der Terrasse direkt ins Meer. Einfach genial. Tolles Hotel, super Fr?hst?cksb?ffet. ...
Kalamaki is located on the southern side of Crete, very close to Matala and Agia Galini.
It is know for its extremely long beach of 2 kilometres as well as its protected areas for the Kareta Kareta turtles.
The short distances give you the opportunity to visit sights brimming with natural and historical improtance.
Sights which, like a moth to a flame, draw thousands of visitors to their wild beauty.