Thomas Cook opens first family-focused Casa Cook in Chania, Crete
The new hotel opened its doors in late May.
“Opening its doors at nearly full capacity shows we’re giving customers something they can’t get elsewhere,” Enric Noguer, Chief of Hotels and Resorts said.
Located on a hillside overlooking a pristine stretch of Cretan coast, the village-like 104-room resort has been developed with leading figures in child education and family travel.
Casa Cook Chania’s kids’ concept breaks from the traditional family hotel program enabling children to learn and explore in a natural and creative manner, combining interactive elements with a modern educational approach.
Many rooms of the Casa Cook Chania offer shared or private pools and situated alongside the main pool, the restaurant and bar draws on a tropical beach club vibe with an all-day open kitchen where guests can enjoy local cuisine.
Casa Cook Chania is the latest opening for the award-winning brand that was launched three years ago. It follows the opening of the collection’s first hotel on Rhodes in 2016 and its second on Kos in 2017. Later this summer, the brand will expand to Spain, opening in Ibiza and then another in El Gouna, Egypt.