a neoclassical mansion

Welcome to Villa Andromeda ...a piece of Chania history!

Villa Andromeda had been the summer residence of the Turkish governor of Crete, Mehmet Reuf Pasha, in 1870. It was built according to the neoclassical architectural style of the time. During the Cretan State 1897 – 1913 it was first used as an English consulate and then as a German one.
During that period the area of Halepa developed into the most aristocratic district of the city.

Discover the Suite that Suits you!

Villa Andromeda has eight self-contained luxury suites, discreetly and tastefully decorated, each one can easily accommodate three to four guests. Each suite consists of a bedroom, a fully-fitted bathroom and a sitting-room. It is equipped with a mini-bar, satellite TV,  telephone and air-conditioning.

Villa Andromeda has a private protected spacious parking area for our guests’ cars.

Rich Breakfast is prepared upon your own choice according your nutritional needs from a wide variety available. It is served either in the privacy of your suite or in the all-green garden beside the pool or to the balcony overlooking the Cretan sea.

Area and Location

Villa Andromeda is located by the sea in the city of Chania in the aristocratic area of Halepa. Next door is the new archeological museum. Α short distance away is the “Eleftherios Venizelos” foundation as well as his house which has been turned into a museum. A beautiful promenade of just one kilometer ends at the Venetian harbor. The view to the sea is unobstructed, and the sunsets behind the old town magical.

Visit Nearby Attractions

New Archaeological Museum of Chania

Eleftherios Venizelos Residence

Tampakaria (Old Tanneries)