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Our Beautiful Poco Loco Hotel is one of the most artisan accommodations in Chania's old town.

It's located at the heart of the Old Town of Chania

It is a three-floor property with 5 very spacious apartments.

On the ground floor of the building, there is an elegant open-air space where our guests can enjoy upon request a full breakfast either international or with local products.

It's an ideal place for people who want to add a quiet, alternative, relaxing, and artistic style of accommodation in our wonderful town.

In every place of our Hotel, you can find beautiful handmade art objects made with love and passion, so our guests enjoy a unique aesthetic experience in our place.

Here are some photos of the artworks that are featured at our place.


The Lounge Room. Vibrant Colors and tons of positive vibes.


                                                                  A "Good Morning" (in Greek) sign!

    Handmade Wooden Heart

Handmade Wooden Heart. The driftwoods are collected from the south shore of Crete


Our open-air lounge room filled with pieces of handmade, DIY art. Come and explore this unique meditative space

Healthy basket with juicy Aloe Vera leaves, a variety of herbs, and organic vegetables and fruits.

In the back, the lounge room of our place with dreamy lighting and a meditative atmosphere.


Homemade chairs painted with funky colors


Our homemade wooden library, ideal for book lovers!


A mosaic construction on the wall, with the name of our Hotel, Poco Loco.


Homemade integrated chess table, ideal for board games lovers!


Homemade chairs painted with the name and logo of our Hotel!


Our mosaic wall, in the lounge cafe of our hotel.


Our amazing chessboard


Beautifully decorated and sculptured rocks.


Painted and sculptured rocks.


One of our Chess tables!


Wooden art on the wall.


An amazing idea for making a flower pot, out of a metallic object.


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