Creta Maris Beach Resort
The Maris group operates five properties on the island of Crete, each of which has distinguishing features but also one thing in common – a high standard of service. With extensive management experience, wonderful locations and a comprehensive range of amenities and services, Maris Hotels make every effort to ensure that your stay on Crete will be highly enjoyable, indeed memorable.
Situated 24 km East of the Heraklion International Airport, it is close to the fishing village of Hersonissos, a long sweeping bay of sandy beach and crystal clear water, Creta Maris has been created with loving care and attention to detail, characterising one of the many thousands of villages on the Aegean islands.
It is the first hotel in the Mediterranean to have obtained the International Quality Certificate ISO 9001.
A visit to “Thalasso” will offer you the unique opportunity to indulge your senses and benefit from the rich elements of the sea.
The Conference Centre directly connected to the hotel, covers an area of 6.000m² and can accommodate up to 5.000 delegates in its 68 halls. High quality accommodation and expertise combine with traditional Cretan hospitality to make Creta Maris the obvious choice for holidays, conferences and meetings.
Creta Maris Conference Centre
venue for conferences, exhibitions, product launches and banquets.
It covers an area of 6.000m² and with its 68 halls can accommodate in full function up to 5.000 delegates.
The Convention Centre is situated on the South Western section of the luxury Creta Maris Hotel and the newly erected Terra Maris of 146 rooms – an expansion of Creta Maris Hotel – leads directly to the Conference Centre.
It is equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, advanced telecommunication infrastructure, excellent technical support and expert staff.
High quality accommodation combined with traditional Cretan hospitality is the prime ambition of the Creta Maris Hotel which now strives for the same high quality standards by providing the best facilities that modern summits and conventions demand.