About Lato Boutique Hotel
With its fine aesthetics and high quality services, Lato Boutique Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in Heraklion. Its intimate, richly-appointed rooms and suites are constantly upgraded, and refurbished, to fulfil the expectations and needs of all guests.
Besides the 71 sophisticated rooms and 8 suites, the main building houses all the main areas: reception, lobby, three restaurants, a bar and a small wellness centre. The annex building is situated right across the street. Both buildings were fully refurbished at the beginning of 2013.
Accommodation ranges from Comfy rooms, sleeping two persons, to Superior (with or without sea view), Junior Suites, Executive Suites and family bedrooms sleeping up to 4 persons.
More than just a place to stay, Lato Boutique Hotel is well-known for its outstanding restaurants. With a variety of Cretan dishes, recreated in contemporary style for discerning diners, as well as an eclectic selection of international dishes, all restaurants count on the freshest local produce to offer the best dining experience in Heraklion.
Kickstart your day at "Aroma", with a rich breakfast buffet offering healthy snacks and local delicacies. Choose "Brillant" (open November - May) or "Herbs' Garden" (May - October) for lunch and dinner, for mouth-watering, á la carte options inspired by Cretan cuisine.
The bar opens its doors early in the morning and stays open until late at night.
The fitness area at Lato Boutique Hotel offers excellent conditions for training throughout the day. A small steam bath, with hydro massage area, presents the perfect respite after a busy day exploring the city. Finish the day with a professional massage, or body treatment, developed just for you by professional wellness therapists.
"absolutely fine as a city centre hotel, enough space in the room although had to go onto the balcony to see the sea but better than facing completely inland. Much appreciated the front counter service of always parking car for us, this is something that should be emphasised as otherwise parking would have been a nightmare."
E Carter, October, 2019