VENETO, an old Venetian 14th century manor house was renovated with respect to the character and architecture of the building to host 12 luxury suites.

All suites are fully equipped to offer a comfortable stay, each one having a unique identity.

    The art store at the bottom left, main entrance & restaurant on the right, rooms on the top floor.


    Preserving the traditional architecture and decor.

ROOM 101

A unique room of 32 m2 surface with a stone arch and notable architectural...


ROOM 102

This is a sunny room of 27 m2 on the 1st level and benefits from  three tall...


ROOM 105

A sunny room on the 1st level which was formerly used as the building's kitchen....



ROOM 109

A sunny room of 28 m2 surface located on the 2nd level. It benefits from two large...


ROOM 107

Room 107 is located on the 2nd level and has a surface of 27 m2. The room has one...


ROOM 106

A 27 m2 sunny room on the 1st level, formerly being the building's hammam. ...


    Four suites with plenty of space to host a family of four.

ROOM 103

A Suite-maisonette of 50 m2 surface on the 1st level, ideal as a honeymoon suite. It consists of a living room with two sofa beds, and a ...


ROOM 104

A 48 m2 Suite on the 1st level benefiting from an extra 8 m2 private veranda. The space consisting of a living room with two sofa beds, and ...


ROOM 108

A suite of 52 m2 surface located on the 2nd level currently renovated consisting of a living room with two sofa beds, and a separate ...


ROOM 110

A sunny suite of 55 m2 on the 2nd level, formerly a “women only” area. An ideal family apartment consisting of a living room ...


    Two unique suites renovated in 2016 with their private lobby area.

ROOM 201

A Deluxe Suite on the 1st level. An ideal couple apartment, consisting of a living room with one sofa and a double bed bedroom with a ...


ROOM 202

A Deluxe Suite on the 2nd level. An ideal couple apartment, consisting of a living room with one sofa and a double bed bedroom with a ...



HISTORY: Being a part of a Dominican monastery named Santa Maria Magdalena, VENETO was inaugurated by Michele Sanmicheli in the mid 15th century. This well-known Venetian architect had taken on the construction of the fortress of the town of Rethymno (Fortezza), after its reoccupation by its enemies, the Genovese. Before starting building the fortress though, he renovated VENETO, LOGGIA (the officers assembly house), as well as three other houses in order to lodge the Venetian noblemen who were responsible for the supervision. In the mid19th century VENETO was bought and renovated by the Turkish Bey Risvan who gave it to his young newly widowed sister. At the beginning of the 20th century and after the population exchange, VENETO was given to Prokopakis Family by the Greek Government, as an acknowledgement of Emmanuel G. Prokopakis' heroic contribution to the Macedonian Rebellion (1903 - 1908).

  • CLASS: A' Category / 4 Stars
  • RENOVATION: 2017
  • FLOORS: 3
  • VENETO SURFACE: 1200m²
  • BACK YARD: 90m² / 3 wells & 2 fountains
  • WINE CELLAR: 25m² / Air conditioned
  • MEETING ROOM: 50 guests
  • EVENTS: 100 guests
  • STANDARD SUITES: 6 x 30m²
  • JUNIOR SUITES: 4 x 50m²
  • DELUXE SUITES: 2 x 45m²
  • ROOM AMENITIES: Refrigerator, Satellite TV, Aircondition, Free WiFi, Hair Dryer, Baby cot, Phone, Safe box, Anatomic-hypoallergic mattresses/pillows.
  • HOTEL AMENITIES: Bar, snack bar, restaurant / Air-conditioning / Free WiFi / Room service on request / Massage, manicure, pedicure on request / Doctor on call

ARCHITECTURE: Veneto is an impressive architectural ensemble. The entrance is towered over a mosaic arch of the 1st Venetian Era, witness of the age of the building. Right beside it, the imposing stone staircase that leads to the upper floors emerges from a unique pebble floor with elaborate patterns. Party walls 50-120 cm wide assembled with plaster from Santorini, three stone wells, two fountains, a sublime yard and many particular corners make up a unique architectural puzzle. Elements of Venetian, Turkish and Greek architecture bound together through the centuries within a single building.