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Conference Center

Nestled in the scenic embrace of Chania, the Minoa Palace Conference Center emerges as a premier, fully-contained conference and event destination, woven into the fabric of the luxurious Minoa Palace Resort & Spa. This center distinguishes itself by marrying sophisticated Cretan elegance with state-of-the-art facilities, offering conference rooms and meeting spaces that are fully equipped with the latest in highly advanced digital audio-visual technology.


Ensuring a seamless experience, the center provides full food and beverage services, where the essence of Mediterranean cuisine is brought to the fore to delight attendees. The essence of its offering lies in the highly skilled meeting and banqueting team, dedicated to delivering personalized attention and valuable service, a testament to the center’s commitment to facilitating successful and memorable meetings with a touch of Cretan hospitality.

5 Star Resort

Since its inception in 2002, the Minoa Palace Resort Hotel has carved out a prestigious niche as one of Chania’s leading 5-star resorts, celebrated for its serene ambiance that harmonizes the gentle ocean breezes with the verdant landscapes of Crete. The resort’s tranquility and luxurious comforts offer a perfect backdrop for both relaxation and artistic gatherings, attracting those in pursuit of creative inspiration.


Its reputation is equally esteemed in the corporate world, where the resort’s facilities shine as a distinguished venue for an array of corporate events, conferences, and meetings. Guests are treated to an array of impeccable services and accommodations, wrapped in the warm embrace of Cretan hospitality, ensuring that each stay is imbued with indulgence, peace, and productivity.

Accessibility and Transportation

Crete, Greece’s largest island, is served by two international airports located in Heraklion and Chania. These gateways welcome a multitude of international flights, with the frequency peaking from April to November to accommodate the seasonal influx of visitors.


Complementing air travel, the island’s maritime connections include two principal ports in the same cities, which host daily sea voyages from Piraeus, offering travelers an alternative route to the island’s charms. Connecting the island’s two major urban hubs, Chania and Heraklion, is a scenic drive of approximately 120 kilometers, presenting an opportunity to traverse Crete’s diverse landscapes and explore its storied terrains.

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