Located at the junction of the most central road in Chania and the historical 1866 square, our corner neoclassical building is at the meeting point in which the Old Town and the Venetian Harbour are integrated with the New and its retail stores. Mirabile Luxury Suites, is a breath away from the most significant attractions and historical monuments of the city.

The picturesque alleys of the Venetian harbor, the Lighthouse which is considered the landmark and gem of Chania, the four-door Municipal Market in the shape of a cross, Splatzia Square with its shaded plane trees are some of the must see places that should be witnessed by every visitor, all of which are within walking distance from our hotel.

Entertainment and shopping are easily combined since the hotel is close to cafes, restaurants with live music, retail shops as well as international shop chains.
Having a taxi rank literally at your door and the bus station only 100m away, every visitor has access to the airport and the port let alone any possible destination to the crystal beaches of Crete. Undoubtedly, we can assure you that you will feel the heart of the city beating.

Indulge in the view of the picturesque square 1866

The history
1866 square was named in honor of the great revolution of the Cretans (1866 to 1869) against the Turkish people, which culminated with the holocaust of Arkadi.

It is located immediately after the end of the old city in the southwestern part of the Venetian Walls. From the northwestern side of 1866 square starts Halidon street, the main street of the old town leading to the Venetian Port whereas in front of it lies Hatzimichali Giannari Str. which is the most central and popular street of the city.

The informal name of 1866 square is “New Stores” and specifies the location and development of the surrounding area in recent years along with the expansion of the city outside of the walls. Previously, the area was part of the Ottoman cemetery (“mezarlikia”), which extends far to the west.

1866 square is one of the “green lungs” of the city. The busts of some of the prominent heroes of the Cretan revolutions dominate the square, while in the center of 1866 square there is an elegant Arabic fountain.
How to get here
In Chania is the modern port of Souda, with many and frequent routes to Piraeus, but also an international airport, which has frequent flights from domestic and international cities, so that access to this popular destination is comfortable and easy .

The fastest way to reach Chania is of course by plane. The airport of Chania is connected daily with Athens, while during the tourist season the flights are multiplied, with at least four itineraries per day.

The flight from Athens takes about 45 minutes. Flights are even made from Thessaloniki, some of the Aegean islands and Cyprus.