Faedra Beach Resort

A traditional hotel next to Ammoudara beach!

Accommodation Faedra Beach Resort

Faedra Beach Resort is situated in the prefecture of Lasithi on the east part of Crete and near the city of Agios Nikolaos.

The hotel is ideally located right by a sandy beach and consists of suites, apartments and studios. All rooms are equipped with all modern amenities and double glazed windows and doors and offer a spacious balcony with a view to the sea or the garden.

Guests enjoy free sun beds and umbrellas both next to the pool and on the beach. If you prefer to relax in Ammoudara Beach, dine at Faedra Beach Hotel’s taverna on the sea front and savour traditional Cretan dishes.

There is regular local transport from Faedra Beach to the centre of Agios Nikolaos and the major cities of the island, making this an ideal base for exploring Crete.

Facilities & Services

  • Daily housekeeping service
  • 13m long outdoor swimming pool
  • Free Parking
  • Leafy courtyard
  • Daily front office service
  • Traditional restaurant
  • Low cost direct telephone line
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free Sun Beds
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