You can expect sea views, pretty gardens and plenty of pools at the Royal Belvedere. It’s 10 minutes from the go-karts and watersports at Star Beach, too.
The Royal Belevedere has a hilltop setting, so sweeping views of the sea and mountains come as standard. It’s next to the Imperial Belvedere, and the two hotels share huge gardens and a handful of swimming pools.
Lively Star Beach is a 10-minute stroll down the hill – the hotel offers a free bus if you don’t fancy the walk. Head up the hill, meanwhile, and you’ll find a couple of quiet, traditional villages.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Selected local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks - time restrictions apply.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
Olympic-sized outdoor pool
With sunbeds, parasols and a large sunbed area. The pool is a mix of saltwater and fresh water. Pool and beach towels are available. There is a small charge each time you change towels.
2 buffet restaurants
With 1 over at the Imperial Belvedere, offering regular Asian and Italian themed dinners.
Evening entertainment programme
The evening entertainment programme provides a wide variety of performances by the Animation Team. Karaoke also available in the bar.
Rooms ► View all
double room with garden view
Double rooms are bright and spacious with widescreen patio doors. They offer a garden view and sleep up to four, with a radio. Sea view rooms are also available.
twin room with garden view
Twin rooms are bright and spacious, with widescreen patio doors. They offer garden views and sleep up to four, with a radio.
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I'm writing this review actually sat in the lobby of the royal belvedere were to start well its definitely not 4 star the all inclusive is pretty poor for the money don't get a room on the third floor if you want a bath as the water will flood your bathroom good points weather is fab especially considering it's may up 30 degree on the 7th of May 2015 sad to say the food let's this place down and not a lot for kids my little girl not impressed shame as I no there's much better on offer not that far from here More
stephen t, Harrogate, United Kingdom
Holiday loved everything
U can choose the quiet scene or the loud scene near by has everything I think this hotel should be 5 star lovely people met lovely friends there are 2 parts to the hotel the royal and the imperial I would say the royal had the upper hand but both brilliant and staff were amazing and the entertainment stuff shout out too kate and manos ! Sean and Lisa will be back :) ðMore
Brochure pics not as they seem....
Spent 11days at the Imperial Belvedere hotel in July 2014 and enjoyed a really nice time. We were surprised with the location as the ariel view as advertised gives the impression that the hotel is located just behind the beach across a road. It is , but the photo is out of date as there has been more building between the hotel and the beach. The Imperial adjoins the Royal Belvedere which is the hotel block and has more pools and evening entertainment . The facilities across the two are good and access is via steps or from the main reception areas. Room was basic and we had a family room on ground floor - clean although the bathroom could have been better. Adequate for our needs. Food- generally ok although some nights found it difficult to find something the kids liked. Breakfasts were the better of the meals. We like to have a snack at lunch rather than go in the dining room, and there are a couple of pool snack bars. Whilst these were ok, the choice was only cheese and ham toastie, chips and pizza. Some of the staff didn't look happy in their work. Facilities - has the usual tennis, Mini golf, although no football pitches as shown on brochure . Only one table tennis table between 2 hotels which was just not enough. Had to queue and located inside near shops which was too warm - gave up. Plenty pool tables but obviously these come with a cost. Sunbeds- you need to be up well before 7 am to get beds, although that's nothing different from anywhere you go. Bars are good and staff friendly enough - Blendy and Nikos were nice. Entertainment team - not brilliant. Kids disco was very popular in the evening and everyone gets there very early to get a seat. Didn't really bother us having older kids. Resort- located just near Star Beach Village which has also taken over the very small beaches. This appears to be the next Malia, and aimed at the younger , single partying clientele . Train tour around Hersonnisos is worth it- 10 euros per adult, 6 euros for child up to 12. Got off at the port although not much there and you can also get off at old Hersonnisos. Gave us chance to see other hotels , beaches etc. We passed some very nice looking family hotels in Analipsi and if we came again, would consider there instead. More family orientated and better beaches. Overall we had a good holiday, but was difficult to get over the quality of the Turkish all inclusive we had experienced in 2013. That obviously came at a higher cost. Back to self catering this year I think.More
Party69, Manchester, England
Summer Holiday 2013
A large hotel complex based on hill side. The walk to the main road is made interesting with the various collection of animals to see as you pass. The rooms were clean & tidy and had a good view of the sea. A good choice of swimming pools including an Olympic sized pool. The food was well presented and plentiful, with lots of choice. Would definitely stay again.More
Noscgr, Bradford, United Kingdom
Favorite Crete hotel
We love the royal belvedere my partners favourite part is the Olympic size swimming pool and the fantastic food hence we have travelled here around 4 times so far and I know plenty more to come, yes there is a steep hill but just take your time it's fine, the only down side I have with this hotel is the all inclusive does not include cocktails, the staff are lovely and Valentino is my favourite he usually works the pool bar, the rooms are cleaned daily and you can also use the sister hotel right next door, the hotel is approx ten mins walk into the centre, I would highly recommend that you hire a car and explore the area. Also there is a shop on site, and I would not listen to these negative comments.More
Sam B, Gran Canaria, Spain
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