Sociable holidays for the independent single traveller
Welcome to our unique singles holidays concept on the largest Greek island and at the most southerly point of Europe
The Mistral Hotel is a singles resort which caters exclusively for independent and single travellers in their 20's to 70's who enjoy great food, good company and a warm, natural environment.
If you want to travel alone but not be alone, join us to experience authentic Greece and Crete and we promise to make your singles holidays stay a memorable one.
The Mistral Hotel is a small, friendly hotel with a wonderful holidays for singles atmosphere, excellent traditional home-cooked Cretan cuisine and great value for money. We are happy to welcome single travellers and small groups looking for a singles resort from all over the world.
We offer a vast range of excursions and activities and you can take part in as much or as little as you wish. There are also Special Interest Weeks at the Mistral Hotel throughout the season.
This year we are celebrating our 20th year hosting exclusively for the single traveller and with a 45% repeat guest rate, we feel this is the best reassurance and guarantee for the quality of our holidays for singles service.
The Mistral has been officially certified for Cretan cuisine under the Cretan quality agreement. Find out more at www.cretan-nutrition.gr.
Free Chania airport transfers only on Tuesdays sociable hours
Easter is the biggest event in the Greek Orthodox calendar and guests at the Mistral will have the chance to celebrate in true Cretan style. You will join local people as they listen to the chanting of Easter rituals and join processions following an effigy of Judas.
What if I told you... there’s a magical little hotel a stone's throw from the beach on a beautiful Greek island where the weather is perfect every day, and clouds are unheard of.Where the sky and the sea are a deeper blue than you can possibly imagine. Where all the food is home-grown / home-made and beyond delicious. Where your only decisions are which book to read and whether to swim in the hotel’s pools or take a walk or an excursion to nearby beaches.
Where there are no families, kids or honeymooners. Where you gather in the evening for a communal meal with like-minded travellers. It’s true; I found it…that was my experience of the Mistral!