Not much to add to the review by KB. Fantastic hotel, amazing service. We took suites and villas with private pool. Unfortunately the weather didn’t cooperate until the last few days. No one’s fault. The food was as described, absolutely amazing. We would have been appalled if mayonnaise was used or put on the table, so to each his own;) They were a little disorganized with 2nd night, who does 2nd seder, who doesn’t. The tables for those doing second seder weren’t as ready, but in 15 minutes everything was fixed. The chef was a genius, you couldn’t believe it was pesach. Only problem was that vegetarians weren’t taken care 100%. When it came to soups, they were all meat based. No idea why. Seders’ and shabbos’ plated Main course – vegetarian option was not thought through. When we asked for vegetarian they first said they didn’t have, 10 minutes later they came up with a plate with some food slated for next day’s kiddush. A shame because it’s not that difficult. Moshe Engle did well with the organization. I agree that Daniel Hacohen was superb. He went out of his way to help everyone The dining room was a little crowded. We loved our table and location. There was one family that kept adding people to their table and expanding, but those who joined them kept their other table for bkfst and some meals. This was causing problems and overcrowding. Once Daniel and Moshe figured it out, the situation got better. I would do private room/alcove for seder as the noise level was really high in the dining room. The weather was stormy/cold, but when it got warmer, it was definitely mixed swimming. There were no separate hours. We didn’t go to the evening entertainment nor use the children’s club, but others seemed to enjoy it. The maimuna was a disappointment. Needs to better planned. Not sure Moshe will do Crete next year as the weather in March is cold. But if he has the same chef, it will be amazing.