Welcome to Astraia and Astraki Residences, an elegant vacation home and a studio in the Old Town of Chania on the beautiful island of Crete!
Designed for travellers who wish to experience the authentic spirit of the old town of Chania in Crete, in an environment that offers peace and tranquility, this intimate and exclusive two-storey residence of 114 sq.m. has been renovated to the highest standards.
Astraia Residence is located in the heart of Chania Town and may accommodate up to six people.
Astraki is adjacent to Astraia (45 sq.m) and may accommodate up to four people.
Astraia Residence and Astraki are a great option for large families or group of friends when booked together, as they may welcome up to ten people.
Astraia Residence and Astraki are situated where once stood the Venetian monastery of Santa Maria dei Miracoli, built by Marussa Mengano in 1615 for the Dominican nuns of Chania.
Within walking distance from the entertainment attractions and the major monuments of the ancient city of Chania, they offer all modern comforts and facilities as well as magnificent views of the Old Port.
The blend of the contemporary interior design with the touches from the past transports you into a different era.
Chania has a rich culture which echoes throughout the architecture of the town. A stay at the Astraia Residence and Astraki will connect you with Chania's colourful history and draw you into all that the town has to offer.
Despite being heavily bombed during World War II, Chania's Old Town is considered the most beautiful urban district on Crete, especially the crumbling Venetian harbour. The borders of the Old Town are the mostly destroyed old Venetian wall and this has been the cradle of all the civilizations which were developed in the area. The central part of the old town is named Kasteli and has been inhabited since Neolithic times. It is located on a small hill right next to the seafront and has always been the ideal place for a settlement due to its secure position, its location next to the harbour and its proximity to the fertile valley in the south. Nowadays it is a bit more quiet than the neighbouring areas of the west part of the district. The Splantzia quarter (next to the east part of Kasteli) is also largely untouched and very atmospheric.
The beautiful city of Chania has preserved its original colours and historical character, throughout time. It is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Greece and the most picturesque city of Crete. The Venetian, Turkish and modern architectures all combine harmoniously to create a unique attraction. The town also features archaeological sites, temples, and numerous cultural attractions.