An elegantly restored neoclassical mansion, Doma’s distinctive style reflects the building’s distinguished heritage. A former consulate right on the waterfront, it’s a short walk from the Old Town of Chania, cosmopolitan heart of the Greek island of Crete. Decorated with antique heirlooms, Doma has been owned and run by the same Cretan family for generations.
Gracious hospitality is a hallmark of our hotel. Guests return year after year, because staying at Doma is like coming home. Doma’s 20 rooms and suites are furnished with understated charm. Each room is different, but all are designed with tranquility in mind. Bedrooms overlook the sea or a secret garden with a tinkling fountain – an idyllic retreat for reading, writing, or daydreaming.
Residents may also enjoy two lounges decorated with period furniture and an extraordinary collection of headdresses. But the pièce de résistance is the breakfast room, with its antique prints, eclectic ornaments, and picture windows framing the bay. A feast of Cretan delicacies served in this exceptional setting makes for an unforgettable start to every day.