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Maisonette with patio (Michael)
Harbor view apartment
Sleeps up to 4 guests
The unit is loved for it's comfort and easy access (ground floor), the combination of modern and authentic historical elements and the views over it's original, medieval cloister and the Venetian harbour.
Maisonette with terrace (Irene)
Harbor view apartment
Sleeps up to 3 guests
Located on the 2nd floor, this split floor unit is loved for the exquisite views over the Venetian harbour, it's mesmerising sunrises and sunsets and the private terrace.
Things you can do in your private apartment:
Enjoy privacy, quiet and amazing views, read books from our collection, write, draw or paint, listen to music using our vinyl and cd collection, sing or play an instrument, have a business meeting and use our reliable wi-fi connection, prepare any meal, enjoy local beer gazing at the harbor, have a photo-shooting session or small party, do yoga and mediation, book a in-room massage with a therapist or benefit from our aromatherapy equipment.
In a nutshell, San Salvatore is a place to get inspired and relax.
Neighbourhood. What to expect: Many restaurants, tavernas, cafe-bars and hotels but also many permanent residents, the main parking area is right in front of the building, two grocery shops just 50 meters away, a city beach (Nea Chora) is within walking distance (15min), the city center and the bus station are within walking distance (15-20 minutes), Chania airport is a 30min drive, the neighborhood is idea for sport activities (swimming club and gym: a few blocks away, jogging and running routes of 5-10km by the beach). Points of interest within walking distance of the San Salvatore include the Agora (the covered market), the 16th century Venetian lighthouse, the Yiali Tzami mosque which dominates the old harbour area, the Ahmet Aga minaret and the Etz Hayyim Synagogue, and the Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age excavations.
To conclude, many exciting things are out there, in the town and old town of Chania and are waiting for you to discover them.
The mixture of Venetian and Ottoman architecture
creates the unique atmosphere of the San Salvatore monastery.
The telltale arches, columns and narrow walkways on the ground floor are typical Venetian features which give it its timeless sense of peace and quiet.
This changes quite dramatically on the first and second floors. The gentle elegance of the ground floor architecture is replaced with sturdy walls containing at least 6 windows each, some of which are hidden, thus creating an atmosphere more resembling that of a defensive military fortress like that of the Firkas fortress which is overlooked from the first and second floor.