Apollonia Beach Resort, one of Crete’s most stunning spa hotels, was recently named among the 10 most popular vegan destination, according to a recent report at blog.tui.com.
According to the TUI memo, the Crete resort is one of the few hospitality concerns that truly knows vegan dishes and philosophy. The German tour operator’s blog tells of the general trend toward providing a “vegan experience,” and of the difficulty for vegan travelers in the past.
TUI’s list ten particularly popular hotels for vegans. As for Apollonia Beach Resort, this wonderful Amoudara, a small holiday village in Heraklion, located on the second-longest, flat sandy beach of Crete. The TUI description of the hotel was as follows:
“Perfect for vegans traveling with children: The Apollonia Beach Resort & Spa in Crete has a large choice for both young and old. So no wish remains unfulfilled when dining. Whether vegan, vegetarian, or traditional local, the chefs at Apollonia Beach conjure up creative dishes to the best of their ability.”
Situated just on the outskirts of Crete’s capital city, Apollonia Beach Resort has five restaurants, four bars and a disco. The culinary range of the hotel is actually quite diverse, and tailored to suit every individual guest.
With 334 rooms, bungalows and suites, Apollonia Beach Resort offers guests all the usual luxury suspects from plush accommodations and organized events, to peaceful and tranquil diversions, plush gardens, an award winning Aegeo Spas pampering, and more.
This stunning hotel is part of the Cyan group of hotels, which also offers travelers Santa Marina Beach, and the magnificent Sitia Beach City Resort & Spa in the far East of the island.