Blue Palace, a Luxury Collection Resort and Spa, Crete

Blue Palace, a Luxury Collection Resort and Spa, Crete, P.O. Box 38, Elounda, Greece, 72053(30)(2841) 065500
Overlooking cerulean waters and featuring 142 private pools, Blue Palace Resort, elegantly blends Greek culture with outstanding service and grace. Escape to the wild beauty and unrivaled island style of a luxe resort, where time seems to stand still.Visit Hotel Website

Conde Nast Traveler - Readers' Choice Awards 2018

Recently, the Conde Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards 2018 saw readers answer survey questions in order to determine a list of the favorites, and The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts in Greece triumphed once again.

Captivating Pools Around Greece

Steeped in natural beauty that extends from breathtaking mountains to unique sandy beaches and awash with ancient history, Greece is home to many unique and unexpected Hotels and Resorts, with captivating infinity pools and scenic views.

An Adventurous Day Out in Crete

Gorgeous beaches, crystalline waters, fertile valleys and traditional villages; visitors to Crete can look forward to a slower pace of life.
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Catch the Sun in Greece

Explore the endless summer in Athens, Crete, Costa Navarino, Mykonos, Rhodes and Santorini. Reserve now your Greek getaway and enjoy complimentary breakfast, Internet access and more.
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Suite Summer

Get more from your stay in Greece. Discover more luxury and more room to relax. More distance between you and the same old, same old.
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Knossos

Explore Knossos, the largest bronze age archaeological site on Crete and considered Europe’s oldest city.

Traditional Caique to Spinalonga Island

A traditional caique will travel you in crystal clear waters around the Mirabello gulf.

Kritsa Village

The village of Kritsa is 8 kilometer south west of Agios Nikolaos and it is a traditional mountain village with lots of narrow streets and several Byzantine churches.

There is a kind of flame in Crete – let us call it “soul”.

– Nikos Kazantzakis