Idi Hotel is located in the village of Zaros, 45 km southwest of the city of Heraklion, at the foot of Psiloritis (Mount Idi) from which it takes its name.
It is a family-run hotel founded in 1980, which the current generation continues to operate based on the tradition of Cretan hospitality.
Our goal is to satisfy all your needs, offering you a comfortable stay with personal care, which will make you feel like a member of our family.
The complex is spread over an area of 15 acres with lush gardens, a variety of fruit and other trees and is surrounded by the enchanting nature that offers water from the rich springs of Psiloritis.
You will have the opportunity to be in a quiet environment listening only to the song of the birds and the sound of the water running by the trees.
Next to the entrance of our hotel, fresh drinking water gushes directly from the sourceSee more
This place is a great resort, we booked since we wanted stay over in the mountains, not mutch of that in Crete, but this place was way over our expectations. Stunning garden with tons of space for relaxation, pool, hammocks, sun loungers trees, green gras, lush landscape. The accomodations are in my eyes excellent, there are bungalows and hotel rooms to select between all of them with a good view. The restaurants near by is also great and there's a mountain village close by you should visit, all in all a great place :)👍
Always friendly, generous and very reasonably priced. It is our go-to taverna in the area. They'll even put the Rugby on the TV if you ask them nicely. What's not to like?
Idi Hotel in Zaros ist für mich ein besonderer Ort + wunderschöne Parkanlage + sehr alte Wassermühle + Votomos Taverna + eigener Fischzucht + köstliche Speisen! Sehr empfehlenswert! Ist auf jeden Fall eine Reise wert!
Good friendly hotel, warm greeting from all the staff. Wonderful food and supburb location. Will defiantly return.
This is the most beautiful Hotel I have ever stayed in with wonderful gardens and staff. The whole situation feels so powerful with the water, trees and mountain views. We stayed two nights and then went south to the sea, but we had to return for our last night in Kreti because it was all so splendid, a mountain paradise. This is a family owned and run hotel with the most freindly and helpful staff who went out of their way to be helpful and accomadating.
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