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first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterGreece is now home to two members of the Autograph Collection, Marriott’s growing collection of independent hotels, with the official opening of Domes Noruz on 15 July in Chania. As sister hotel to the legendary Domes of Elounda, the Domes Noruz Chania, Autograph Collection is an 83-room and suites, adults-only, beachfront boutique hotel.This new experiential hotel, complete with a buzzy atmosphere, targets travelling couples and groups of friends that like to relax and have fun in chic, ultra-stylish surroundings. Its adults-only status allows for a holiday of privacy, intimacy and exclusivity, but with nightlife and cultural attractions that are easily accessible.Room options include those with pool and sea views as well as private outdoor baths or plunge pools, most looking out the Cretan Sea. The architecture is inspired by the Venetian heritage of the old town of Chania and all details have been carefully considered, such as mini Smeg fridges and coffee table books by Taschen.George P. Spanos, Vice-President of Ledra Hotels and Villas SA (owning and managing company of Domes Noruz Chania) commented: ”We added our own touch of aesthetics to make accommodation at Domes Noruz Chania a unique experience. From the initial design to completion, our team has been working at creating an innovative, boutique and fresh property. These elements which will be seen throughout the property will be further enhanced by the spectacular destination of Chania.”The city of ChaniaThe spell-binding city of Chania plays host to this new venture. Located on the north west coast of Crete, this is one of the Mediterranean’s ‘must sees’. Lively Chania will charm guests with its utterly enchanting Venetian harbour and lighthouse, its Riviera-rivalling beaches, and a seamless blend of Ottoman, Venetian and Greek architecture. The old town is just a 10-minute drive from the hotel and is sure to be a magnet for guests who can explore the cobbled streets to unearth delicious local cafés and exquisite restaurants. Its waterfront and promenade come alive at night with bars, clubs and restaurants. For those seeking culture, Chania is also steeped in history, as it is home to an historic market and an impressive Archaeological Museum.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img

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