Hotels Near Nitsa In Rhodes

4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.23km from Nitsa
We cannot convey how brilliant this hotel was from the very minute we arrived to checking out! It was perfect. The staff are lovely, helpful, approachable and friendly. The rooms and hotel are immaculate, comfortable and so welcoming. It should be 5 star! If I go back to Rhodes, I will stay here.  The lovely gentleman working at the bar was very nice.  Thanks so much again for an amazing stay.  Dale & Christopher, Scotland.
FromUS$87
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.38km from Nitsa
I stayed with Michael and Maria for 3 nights last week. Everything was fantastic from start to finish. The location was a short distance from the old city, about 10-15 minutes walk. The facilities were excellent, service was first rate, and the cocktails were even better! They helped me organise trips, gave me great advice on where to go, and made the whole experience stress free. Also an exfellent place to go to meet other travellers, lots of interesting characters. I will be back! :)
FromUS$24
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.75km from Nitsa
We spent 13 days at 7 Palms this summer with our 2 children, aged 11 and 4. The hotel was brilliant, ideally located within walking distance of Zephyros beach which we found was used mainly by locals rather than tourists and was great for the children to swim in the sea there (also the beds are cheap and plentiful!) There are also lots of really good and reasonably priced restaurants within walking distance of the hotel, Domy gave us some recommendations for places to go and all of them were superb. To walk into the Old Town itself took us around 20/25 mins. It's an easy, flat walk through the residential neighbourhood and our youngest managed it with no problems. Aside from the Old Town, we took excursions to Lindos and Symi, both of which were great. The bus to Lindos leaves from near to the hotel and Domy organised the Symi trip for us which included transfers to and from the harbour in the Old Town. There are a number of supermarkets close by to the hotel, less than 5 mins walk. We were able to find everything we needed for the few occasions that we used the self catering facilities in the room - usually after a busy day sightseeing. We stayed the ground floor 2 bedroom apartment. The beds were comfortable and the bathroom/kitchen facilities were great. The children loved being able to swim in the pool everyday and we enjoyed watching them whilst relaxing on a lounger! Domy and Mrs Katerina really made the experience special. They were always ready to greet us with a smile and a friendly chat; they really made us feel at home. Domy was really helpful with suggestions of places to visit and to eat whilst Mrs Katerina kept our room spotless. We also sampled one of her delicious homemade breakfasts and would definately recommend!
FromUS$82
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.02km from Nitsa
During these difficult covid times, it was with a bit of hesitation that we booked a last minute holiday to Castellum Suites All Inclusive. It was a great price for a newly refurbished hotel within a very short walk of the old town. The lovely, quite spacious room had a balcony (with a small table plus 2 chairs) and a modern bathroom with a good size shower (bring your own toiletries). The smart tv meant that we were able to log into our Amazon Prime account to watch films (there was also a Netflix button). The room, and in fact the whole hotel, was wonderfully clean, even though the hotel said that the room would be cleaned less frequently due to the covid restrictions. As many have mentioned, there was a lack of hangers (only 4) and no drawers, just a large counter over the fridge and another section next to it. There was plenty of room to include a chest of drawers (plus possibly a chair) and would make a great addition. There was also a small safe in the room - no charge. The large bed was actually 2 singles pushed together. For our liking, the bed was rather too firm (as were the pillows) but it was great realising that they were brand new. The food was pretty much as you would expect for All Inclusive and we always found something that we quite liked though unfortunately, it was often warm, rather than hot, as there didn't appear to be any burners/heating below (or above) it . It was buffet style, except that the staff served you, which worked ok. However, at the beginning of our holiday, all the restaurant tables were outside, which is good from a covid point of view, but it caused problems for us as we can't stand the smell of smoke. (Although the inside of the hotel is non-smoking, it is permitted outside in the restaurant area, on balconies and around the pool.) When the weather threatened to deteriorate, a number of the tables were brought inside, which benefitted us. As regards the bar, it's not clear what is actually included free, beyond the choice of 4 cocktails which are advertised on the counter. The drinks did appear to be of quite good quality, although they were local rather than brand names. It should be mentioned that the staff wore masks (for the majority of the time) and did remind customers of the fact that wearing them was compulsory in the hotel. However, there some people around who did not appear to be complying with this - possibly contractors working in the hotel? (A bigger poster reminding people to wear a mask in the very small lifts would be handy. There is one right next to the lift reminding people how to stay covid safe but it's a bit small.) The staff were hard working, friendly and wanted to make sure that everyone had a good holiday.
FromUS$115
4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.03km from Nitsa
Historic building with quirky, unique rooms. This place is a feast for the eyes. They have put unique antiques all over the place which perfectly fits into the Old Town. I loved that. Marieanne, like everyone mentions, what a treat it was to meet her. Everything she recommended was excellent and bang on. She speaks multiple languages and she genuinely cares about her guests. What a lovely person she is. She arranged our airport pick up, she set us up with a private guide as well. We miss her already! If you are going to Rhodes and want the history. Do stay in the Old Town. It is an amazing place to explore.This boutique hotel is a perfect. It is just blocks from the main tourist street and the historic walls and palace. Even an easy downhill walk into the new town. The included breakfast was great. You order from a menu which we loved. The staff in the restaurant are very attentive and polite. It was a real nice way to start the day.
FromUS$177
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.14km from Nitsa
We stayed for two nights at this hotel and it was a great choice. Rhodes in October is very busy and very hot so it was lovely to come back to this (relatively) secluded haven after a day of sightseeing. Nino was extremely helpful – he met us at the gate with a baggage trolley to navigate us to the hotel. He also made some great restaurant bookings for us. On our last day, Nino let us use one of our rooms after we had checked out which was very kind of him. I stayed in the Crusader suite and my friend stayed in the Pasha suite. Of the two, I think the Pasha was a little better because it had an external window with a view. The Crusader’s windows were up too high to see much out of them (and I actually would have liked curtain on them because they ended up letting in a lot of light so I needed to sleep with a sleeping mask on). The courtyard area really made the hotel: you feel like you are in a green oasis with the sound of water and not much else. That was beautiful spot for breakfast and to read in the afternoon. I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel.
FromUS$177
4.8/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.14km from Nitsa
We had a marvelous stay at this lovely little hotel. As far as boutique hotels go this hotel is very nice, and its location in the beautiful old town of Rhodes has more to do with its general charm than the actual structure, decor or amenities in rooms. To be sure, those details are charming enough- but while very comfortable and nice, these aspects are no more or less than solid boutique hotels in many a charming locale around the world. So there are other things that set this place apart and make your stay forever memorable. Certainly- as noted-the location in Rhodes old town is special - this old town should be at the top of lists for places to visit in Greece. But at the end of the day, all the accolades for this hotel go to the exceptional staff. The women who run this place are simply sunshine, beauty and hospitality epitomized --and for years to come, what we will remember of the brief stay is the attitude and kindness of the hosts. Each a different personality and each as welcoming. Konstantina, who fetched us in the golf cart, fed us and made us fresh juice, told us stories, carried our very heavy bags up many stairs in her heels, no less--- and was like a burst of bright energy and joy from the minute we met her to every short encounter thereafter. Sophia, so quiet and kind who fed us daily with the most amazing breakfast, and Marietta, who told us about the history of the hotel and how it was inspired to be, shared gifts, explained the unique story of the art, and was herself an artist. There are many beautiful hotels in the world, and some stand out on the particulars of the space, while others shine on the ambiance of location, or better yet, because of the people. This place is certainly in the right place, and with the most amazing people. I hope we someday stay with them again.
FromUS$151
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.16km from Nitsa
Offering a sun terrace and views of the garden, Georgia Old Town Apartments is set in the Rhodes Medieval city district in Rhodes Town, 300 metres from Clock Tower.Every room at this guest house is air conditioned and has a flat-screen TV. Some units include a kettle. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom fitted with a bath or shower. Georgia Old Town Apartments features free WiFi throughout the property.You will find luggage storage space at the property.The Street of Knights is 400 metres from Georgia Old Town Apartments, while Grand Master's Palace is 400 metres away. Rhodes International Airport is 13 km from Georgia Old Town Apartments.
FromUS$73
4.8/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.21km from Nitsa
Another wonderful vacation at Zacosta. It has been a pleasure to see Zacosta evolve from a three-bedroom to six-bedroom villa over the past 10 years, whilst never compromising on quality, cleanliness and attention to detail. Zacosta offers a superb relaxing quiet oasis just seconds away from the exciting atmosphere of the medieval old town. As previous reviews have said, John is the Jewel in the crown; a true gentleman and such a friendly host that you can’t fail to be glad you booked to stay here. John picked us up on arrival and also kindly dropped us off at the port for our trip to Symi and again picked us up on our return. Nothing is too much trouble and John is so relaxed that you chill-out too! The extra personal touches such as a welcome bottle of wine, towels folders ornately, Korres toiletries and fresh, tasty cuisine in the pretty courtyard are amongst a few of the qualities, which set Zacosta head and shoulders above the rest. Thanks to John and Edrene for your hospitality and for making our Ruby Wedding celebrations so special! Efharisto. Until we meet again Kevin and Diane May
FromUS$132
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.21km from Nitsa
Despite us arriving past midnight due to a flight delay, we received a warm welcome from Stefano who spoke English very well and was efficient in dealing with us and briefing us on the necessary information required for our stay. Auberge 32 is sufficiently close to key attractions but far enough away to retain its calm ambience. The room was clean and comfortable and was equipped with a shower, wall mounted TV, air-conditioning unit , fridge and had sufficient power points for our camera and phone chargers. The room was cleaned daily and looked as fresh as it was on day one. A lovely gesture of a complimentary bottle of water on day one was provided. The breakfast provided by Olga was very generous. It consisted of cheese and ham toasties (advise Stefano in advance of breakfast if you are vegetarian etc and at what time you would like it, between 8-10 am), cereal, greek yoghurt with honey, french bread with apricot jam and coffee with a little teapot of milk. It saw us through to lunch time. We received the same breakfast every day, not a criticism but a small change,( i.e. different jam) could make the breakfast less repetitive. We chose to take our trays upstairs to the terrace where we enjoyed the sight and sound of the clock tower ringing - a truly romantic setting. Auberge 32 is a small intimate hotel and it suited us down to the ground. We got more of a personal touch from the hotelier, Stefano who is willing to share knowledge of the local area. If I find myself in Rhodes again, I would definitely return to Auberge 32 - it fulfilled all our requirements.
FromUS$51
4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
1.26km from Nitsa
Situated 1 km from the beach of Rhodes Town, the traditionally built Petrino is 500 metres from the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights. It offers stylish, fully equipped apartments with free Wi-Fi and views to the garden.Featuring stone walls, romantic-style decoration and warm colours, all air-conditioned apartments at the Petrino have a spacious kitchen with stove and dining area. The bedrooms come with Cocomat mattresses and pillows, with the seating area features a sofa and an LCD TV. All apartments open out to a common courtyard.Shops and restaurants are within 40 metres of the property. Rhodes International Airport is 10 km away. Rhodes Port is at 500 metres.
FromUS$113
4.9/5Perfect10 Reviews
1.27km from Nitsa
The Elafusa Apartments at the time of writing has 19 reviews, 18 excellent and 1 terrible. Consider only the 18 and give no heed whatsoever to the 1. My wife and I give this property 5 stars. Having done our research prior to booking it was exactly what we were looking for. Elafusa is 2 apartments in a narrow cobbled street right in the centre of Rhodes Old Town. The decor and amenities are in keeping with the historic and rustic nature of the area but include everything that you will need during your stay. The whole ambiance is very relaxing. The staff, Yulie, Nefise and Athena who looked after us during our stay were very efficient and friendly, nothing was too much trouble for them. If you choose the inclusive breakfast option they will bring you whatever you ask for, the breakfasts were great. Our room was cleaned daily and the towels and sheets changed several times during the week. The property and general district are suited more to able bodied people as there are stairs to the first floor rooms and the streets are cobbled and uneven in many places. Having said that the location is just minutes walk from all the spectacular sights and restaurants of the Old Town, the harbour area and the new town. I thoroughly recommend these apartments as a central base if you want to spend some time discovering the Old Town. We stayed 14-21 September 2019 We came here specifically to spend a week discovering Rhodes Old Town and the surrounding area, having spent half a day here 6 years ago on a previous holiday.
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Hotels Near Nitsa In Rhodes Review

4.1/510 Reviews
To risky it was to fly straight on different tickets, so one night in Rhodos sounds more comfortable. Decided for the Lydia Hotel while checking places right in the old town and not far from the beaches and the main attractions. It fit`s!. Arrival at Rhodos airport, taxi shuttle for Rhodos town is on a fixed fare. Ok, not cheap, but no discussions this way. At the hotel around noon, some minutes to wait for the room at the top floor. Worth it, a large bed, spacious and to the rear part of the hotel. Also the bathroom nice and everything works right well. Had a good sleep there. Breakfast is served as a buffet, also nice and possible to do it at the open terrace, usually the place for the smokers, but enough space also for me here. Back for the airport on the fixed far and it also works.. Definitely a nice place to be in Rhodos town.
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FromUS$56
4/55 Reviews
Our 18yr old son stayed here as it was a cheaper option for him that was close by to the hotel we should have stayed in. I hadn't actually seen the apartment however I have left excellent as my son told me how lovely the lady owner was Eleni and how she cleaned their room thoroughly each day. We booked a basic room as it was a cheap option for them, and turned out to be ideal for them. It had a lovely view (son took a photo), as I say, it was regularly cleaned, even the shower curtain was replaced everyday. The location was ideal, walking distance to Vlycha beach which has another hotels facilities which could be used (bar, toilets, sunbeds etc). A short taxi ride (and normally bus route, when not in covid circumstances!) to Lindos centre and beach. Parking available if you hire a car or moped). The lady owner, Eleni was lovely with them, advising them where the supermarket was, ordering taxis for them, placing water in the apartment on the first night for them, tidying up after them and putting things straight in their room (which they should have done themselves!). She really did look after them and would recommend this place completely. There are some with sea views I believe and more upgraded rooms but they just wanted a cheap and chearful place and this ticked all the boxes. Thank you for watching out for them and guiding them.
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FromUS$69
4/510 Reviews
We arrived slightly fraught at 3am after a delayed flight from Manchester and check in was very quick and efficient. After reading other reviews, I knew we had to pay for air conditioning so wanted to arrange that immediately. The lovely gentleman who checked us in told us that he would switch it on for us and just come and arrange payment once we had slept. The hotel as a whole is one of the cleanest that we have stayed in. Towels were changed daily, the bathroom and room cleaned efficiently. WiFi connection was very good. Our beds were firm, but very comfortable, and similar to our own at home. The shower was powerful with plentiful hot water. Like any hotel, there is never quite enough space for your toiletries, but that’s just a niggle. It’s about a 10 minute stroll to the old town and the beach which made this hotel an ideal one for us. There are plenty of places to eat nearby, supermarkets are plentiful if you fancy a bottle of wine on the balcony and despite there being three restaurants within yards of the hotel, it never got really noisy. Our room faced the street and it was nice to watch people coming and going. There was always a good selection for breakfast with hot and cold options, Greek yogurt, fruit, cereals, cakes. I loved what I called the ‘surprise pie’ which was different every day - one day was mushrooms, bits of bacon, eggs and slices of sausage. It was delicious. Special thanks must go to Pedros and the ladies who cooked breakfast. A true gentleman who greeted everyone cheerfully, ran things so efficiently, and treated everyone with the utmost courtesy. Small niggles (and they are very small, hence the four stars in my review): Our key cards would stop working on a regular basis so we would have to go to reception to get them reactivated. As in any other hotel abroad, our passports were taken from us on arrival. What did worry me slightly was that they were put in a drawer which didn’t appear to be locked. How easy is this for someone to gain access to them? We were told that they would be returned to us the next day but I realised three days later that they hadn’t been returned so had to ask for them. You have to make your own bed. The bottom sheet was either straightened or replaced but the top sheet and cover were folded and placed at the foot of the bed each day. The sheets were a bit too short for the size of the bed. Lighting along the corridor to our room was non existent until the last couple of days of our holiday. You have to pay for air conditioning. In a country where temperatures can reach the high 20s or mid 30 degrees, it’s essential to those of us not used to such temperatures. It could easily be added to the cost of the room without a massive rise in price. The hotel website states that there is a roof terrace, tea and coffee making facilities are in every room. None of these were available. Our room didn’t have a fridge and it was 3 days before one appeared and this was only after conta
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FromUS$55
4.4/510 Reviews
We had chosen our holiday based on the description / Tripadvisor Reviews for Hotel "Nathalie". We got that RIGHT! Had we chosen our hol based on Ixia, well then a different ending! "Nathalie" is a little paradise amid a scene of desolation. Too strong? possibly, but it is NOT a pleasant experience. FORTUNATELY, Nathalie makes up for the downside. Simply a wonderful place in which to retire from the 'world we know'. Our little peace of heaven was the outside bar extension. A green arbour of tranquility. Only the infrequent passing vehicle to break the quietness. BLISS! Not often do you get such a pleasant atmosphere. The blend of nice people - guests, staff and management - contributed to the feeling of wellbeing here. Reception was outstanding. Any form of help was freely given throughout the days. Even the 'loss' of our deposit key was dealt with courtiously, and when located (within the linings of a hand bag!!!!) we could ALL enjoy the stupidity of the situation Failing memory (and the Tripadvisor loss of an earlier review!) have conspired to us not recalling all names of staff, but 'Miss Oz' and her friend in 'management' gave us endless fun and assistance. Kevin at the Bar provided the 'liquid fuel' necessary to get us through the days and Maria the 'solid fuel' to sustain and delight the tummies. MARVELLOUS! The building is perfectly formed. Not too large, but space for everyone / thing. The new lift, so necessary for one of us with a walking problem, was a 'lifesaver'. Bedrooms are good. Super bed, somewhere to 'file' everything, an excellent bathroom, and if lucky to get Room 102, A TELLY!!!!!!! Luxury. Poolside could be a minor problem. That old problem of fellow guests being greedy with sunbed reservations caused distress to some. WHEN will management implement the threats to remove reservation junk? It really IS EASY. Confiscate it!! If you lose a guest or two, tough! you dont need that sort of thoughtless guest anyway. BE BRAVE. It IS your responsibility. NOT that of guests. This two star hotel is better that the 'marking'. It is a deilght to visit and one to savour. We CERTAINLY are. And finally, more on the food. Breakfast taking is a 'skill' at Nathalie! Timing is EVERYTHING. Due to the somewhat haphazard cooking agenda, hot food comes when you are least expecting it. This adds to the interest. Cereals, cakes, yoghurt, fruit, bread rolls and honey may have to be taken 'out of order' to ensure you are ready for the hot dish. Be prepared!! Maria is a 'gem'. Lunchtime is a time to look forward to here. Her recipes, together with the quality of ingredients are superlative. Alas, we found this could seriously inhibit evening dinner, but sacrifices HAVE to be made, so - ENJOY THOSE LUNCHES!!
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FromUS$77
4.2/510 Reviews
Had a wonderful time , 10 days of fun. The staff and management superb they went over and above what we expected . All the staff were friendly and always willing to help you . The hotel is very clean and our room was was serviced every day even when we had a lie in!! The food was excellent with plenty of choices for everyone. Our only negative comment was occasionally some of the food was not as hot as we would have liked but didn’t spoil our enjoyment. We had a room overlooking the pool and sea . Pool was lovely and clean with aerobics everyday , plenty of things to do like darts and boules ,tennis or footy . We stayed all included , drinks were good all day by the pool or in the lounge as was the food too. Entertainment was ok in the evenings with quiz’s etc . And specially George the barman !!!thanks Taxis were good too called by the hotel always on time .We has two massages by the pool which were fab. The beach was good too lots of sunbeds too It was safe to swim as in a nice big bay . Me and my partner had a wonderful time and would go back again if going to Rhodes. Rhodes town and Lindos are easy to get to if you have a car Though buses are regular and easy to catch Rhodes is approximately 40 minute bus ride a must to see .
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FromUS$161
4.6/510 Reviews
We stayed for two nights at this hotel and it was a great choice. Rhodes in October is very busy and very hot so it was lovely to come back to this (relatively) secluded haven after a day of sightseeing. Nino was extremely helpful – he met us at the gate with a baggage trolley to navigate us to the hotel. He also made some great restaurant bookings for us. On our last day, Nino let us use one of our rooms after we had checked out which was very kind of him. I stayed in the Crusader suite and my friend stayed in the Pasha suite. Of the two, I think the Pasha was a little better because it had an external window with a view. The Crusader’s windows were up too high to see much out of them (and I actually would have liked curtain on them because they ended up letting in a lot of light so I needed to sleep with a sleeping mask on). The courtyard area really made the hotel: you feel like you are in a green oasis with the sound of water and not much else. That was beautiful spot for breakfast and to read in the afternoon. I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel.
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FromUS$177
4.3/510 Reviews
Despite us arriving past midnight due to a flight delay, we received a warm welcome from Stefano who spoke English very well and was efficient in dealing with us and briefing us on the necessary information required for our stay. Auberge 32 is sufficiently close to key attractions but far enough away to retain its calm ambience. The room was clean and comfortable and was equipped with a shower, wall mounted TV, air-conditioning unit , fridge and had sufficient power points for our camera and phone chargers. The room was cleaned daily and looked as fresh as it was on day one. A lovely gesture of a complimentary bottle of water on day one was provided. The breakfast provided by Olga was very generous. It consisted of cheese and ham toasties (advise Stefano in advance of breakfast if you are vegetarian etc and at what time you would like it, between 8-10 am), cereal, greek yoghurt with honey, french bread with apricot jam and coffee with a little teapot of milk. It saw us through to lunch time. We received the same breakfast every day, not a criticism but a small change,( i.e. different jam) could make the breakfast less repetitive. We chose to take our trays upstairs to the terrace where we enjoyed the sight and sound of the clock tower ringing - a truly romantic setting. Auberge 32 is a small intimate hotel and it suited us down to the ground. We got more of a personal touch from the hotelier, Stefano who is willing to share knowledge of the local area. If I find myself in Rhodes again, I would definitely return to Auberge 32 - it fulfilled all our requirements.
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FromUS$51
3.5/55 Reviews
We would just like to thank all the staff especially Esther @ Hotel Ellia for a wonderful stay last week. We didn’t want to come home at all and usually we’re ready for home after a week away. The hotel was lovely, food was excellent with a great choice daily (not the same repeated each day like most all inclusives), the room was lovely & clean and made up every day for us. They tried to put us into a larger room free of charge to be more comfy but we were happy in the one we had. The staff couldn’t do enough for you. The cleaners were lovely, Nico behind the pool bar was brilliant with us and the kids. The drinks were flowing and cocktails were great too. The restaurant staff were very courteous and cleared your plates every couple of minutes which made your sing experience lovely. I havnt got a bad word to say about this little jewel we have found in a lovely part of the world. 2 minute walk from the beach and a short bus ride away from nightlife. We never return to the same place or hotel as we like to se more of the world but we will be going back again. The price was also brilliant and wasn’t expecting such a nice place for a cheap last minute holiday. Thank you so much Ellia you really made our holiday lovely. The Whiteheads.
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FromUS$131
3.7/510 Reviews
We have returned from The Garden Hotel after spending 2 weeks there. We were only 4 days later in the season this year but managed to miss out on all the entertainment apart from Mike's bingo and quiz, which is always good fun and well attended. We were disappointed as there had been a full programme of various entertainment most nights in the previous two years. Shame as there were still quite a lot of guests there who would probably have joined in if given the opportunity. Babis works so hard and has many stories to tell. Steve and Mikaela brilliantly managed the bar. George is quiet but he is also helpful in times of crisis and manages the running of the hotel. Steve the gardener is the man for any job around , he is a Jack of all trades and works long hours. So do the cleaners especially Sabeka Katerina ( not sure of spelling) she doesn't speak much English but we got to understand her by playing 'Charades'. She gave me a rose one morning ~ how sweet is that? Beds are still uncomfortable but we overcame that by using the blanket folded under the sheet, it does work. However I do think that these and the showers could be updated as they are looking well used and tired looking. A few changes could get this fantastic hotel even better star ratings.
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FromUS$56
3.7/510 Reviews
We stayed in the hotel for a week and the hospitality was so great. The stuff was really nice they were polite and smiley people. The view from the roof garden was breathtaking and the pool was a nice place to relax and drink many cocktails. The room was so comfortable and the bed big enough. The breakfast was ideal for all the tastes. I would visit this property for sure next summer.
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FromUS$58
3.5/55 Reviews
You got everything you need just around the corner and the beach is 5 min walk,Lot's of places to eat out with great food,If you gone visit Rhodos you can take a cab or the buss but cab cost you only 15 euro and takes 15 min from the Hotel to the Rhodos city the old town ,that you have to visit------------
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FromUS$56
4.4/510 Reviews
We spent two weeks here as a couple and really enjoyed our stay. Normally only stay on bed and breakfast basis but hard to achieve in Rhodes in the location we wanted to be in. Having said that the food and indeed drink were plentiful and there was always a choice of cuisine across all the different venues. We didn't make full use of our "all inclusive " as we like to explore a country. So we hired a car for our stay and went out to eat every other day whilst exploring the island. On the evenings we stayed at the hotel the entertainment was great although mostly tribute acts who I must say were really professional and very entertaining. A particularly great trio played at the beach a couple of days a week and they were fabulous. Would we go again, probably not, but would recommend if you want a good value family holiday.
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FromUS$442
4.3/510 Reviews
You can’t beat this wonderful island, hotel and staff. It’s a great hotel and location if you like a relaxing time. It’s not over crowded and you don’t have to fight for sun beds. The beach is beautiful and looks out over the Aegean Sea. The rooms and pool at modern and very clean. The flight path of Rhodes airport is more of a fascination than problem. Greek night is great especially if you have a go yourself.. great for embarrassing the kids!! The water park is across the road, is really good fun and value. Food is simple but caters for all and there are some great restaurants a short walk away. We totally recommend this hotel.
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FromUS$90
4.3/510 Reviews
i love travelling alone and getting to know the locals , the sites and scenes and Rhodes certainly takes my heart every time i visit. coming to the island since i was a wee 18yr old i thought i had seen it all , but this year was my first times staying down in kiotari and wow its just what i needed. The hotel on arrival i was greeted by very friendly staff who took my bags , showed me to the bar for food and drinks to relax while they checked me in , it was nearly 1am yet the staff were so accomodating and friendly, then i was taken by cart to my room and showed around my "sea view" bungalow which didnt fail, i didnt realise the views i had until the next morning . I went and explored the hotel and was open minded about everything i saw during this pandemic , and the staff were amazing , i liked the fact that i saw mr michail most days walking around and at the greek brunch how pleasent he was to guests and his staff . BEACH BAR STAFF - Despina , george and klajdi are the best staff i have met , they loved that i tried out my greek on them and they also taught me how to speak greek correctly , even teaching me sofia vembo songs on OXI day . the cocktails were strong and tasty , service was amazing and these three alone made me want to stay forever , thank you for my greek gifts i will treasure forever . The al a carte tex mex was really good - remember to order your ribs a day before and i am so glad i did they were the best ribs i had . The american dinner was brilliant - order the brisket or club sandwich Greek brunch - was delicious i had brunch here every day on my extended stay . cocktails overall were good and strong , everyone loves tequila beach had plenty of spaces however the loungers really need changing now as they are getting old . the gardens and overall look of the hotel was kept clean and up to date , never saw the maids or gardeners but it looked very clean . get the sea boat over to lindos for the views and the captain was a brilliant guy. Ive heard that before covid the hotel had some brilliant entertainment on throughout the day and night shows ect , so hopefully next trip i get to see this . I have joined the Mitsis reward scheme online and just waiting for my points to be added , i am definately looking to my holiday there next year and have been invited to some of the locals villages to get to know the real greece more and hopefully to move out there . There is so much to write about but i really recommend you visit and see for yourselves . i love greece and the locals and every time im alone i make the effort to get to know them on a personal level as thats when you see how they open their hearts to you and show the real greek love.
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FromUS$198
3.9/510 Reviews
Firstly, thank you to our nice host George and his family and team, special thanks to Nico and the Chef Katarina, they made our stay here truly amazing and unforgettable. I booked this place as Airbnd apartment, in fact it is a cosy boutique hotel. The room is fully equipped for cooking breakfast and being independent, the place had a nice decent size swimming pool, bar and pool facilities are tops. My most fantastic experience appeared to be connected with the tavern, that belongs to this hotel. We tried hard to find anything in any other restaurant in the island even slightly similar to the food served in this place, and we failed. Literally, the best food for the best prices, we ended up dining here every night and enjoyed Every time. Swordfish fillet here is to die for, no kidding. My husband also said pork steak and saganaki fried cheese were the best in his life. We enjoyed our stay, made some friends from England, Russia, went fishing, explored almost all sights... And when you think you saw all, you just find out there is something else, waiting for your next visit. I definitely book George's place and highly recommend for its location, food and overall very warm homey atmosphere.
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FromUS$59
4.3/510 Reviews
Recently got back from a weeks holiday at the Dionysos Hotel.Had a lovely time in the spotlessly clean hotel.The pool area was fantastic with plenty of beds available.The lobby bar was nice and relaxing any time of day/night.Thanks to Christos for looking after us(very hard working waiter).A special thank you to Banos who worked the pool bar.Very helpful and had good chats/banter. Our room(538) was very spacious and had a large balcony.Housekeeping was excellent. The stairway in the block was very dark and could be a bit dangerous for people who didn’t want to use the lift. Breakfast was ok considering the changes due to Covid.Cooked breakfast wasn’t very warm.Everything was brought out at the same time so just piled up the table(there were 6 of us).But as I say,ok considering the changes. There are 3 restaurants in the hotel(we ate at one on the first night)the food was really nice and reasonably priced. A few nice restaurants in walking distance and quite a few sports bars.We went to Rhodes old town a couple of nights(10 mins in Taxi 8-11 Euros)which is much nicer/livelier(although not as lively as without Covid). We would recommend this hotel and would stay there again.
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FromUS$61
4.3/510 Reviews
We have had a wonderful experience staying in this hotel. For our first time on this island, we were not sure where to stay. We had good luck in selecting such a wonderful hotel with wonderful staff. Right away we felt a warm hospitable environment, like we were part of a big family. Always greeted with a smile!!! The rooms were clean and new from renovation. The morning breakfast was fulfilling and tasty. The hotel is located in a perfect location. Away from the crazy loud confusion, but still close enough for fun, drinks, cafe, and restaurants all by foot. It is even easy to drive to and from the hotel to any destination one may have in mind. There is no doubt that we will definitely visit this hotel again. We loved the quality of service and the warm environment. The family is wonderful!!
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FromUS$64
4.6/510 Reviews
Everything about this apartment is fantastic; it was immaculate when we arrived, extremely comfortable mattresses and more space than expected - perfect for families. The owners Manolis and Mary are not only friendly, caring and kind but also extremely professional and accommodating. It was a pleasure to find all necessities were provided: towels, shampoo, shower gel, extra pillows & blankets. Our family agrees it is comparable with the large, 5-star hotel we stayed at in downtown Rhodes. It’s also down the street from the action in Ialysos. Definitely found our new home next time we come to Rhodes ! -Giana
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FromUS$74
4/510 Reviews
I stayed here from the 7th-14th October. I had the most amazing time here and would highly recommend to stay at this hotel. I arrived at the hotel around 9.25pm the reception staff asked if I wanted some food so I ran down to the restaurant only to find it had closed but the lovely reception staff got me a few sandwiches and a bottle of water. I was so thankful after such a long journey. I found my room and oh my god, I was in owe. I had been given a big family room which was honestly so beautiful and very clean. I couldn't believe my luck. The hotel itself is quite big I wasn't expecting it, I has 3 pools. 1 main pool with 3 sun lounger beds (never in my life have I seen this before) with the main bar, 1 smaller chilled kids pool also with a bar but limited drinks (only served beer, wine and soft drinks. No cocktails) and a water park. The pools are cleaned down every morning. The hotel is a little bit remote from the main area but it's very easy to get around the bus runs every hour and very cheap (only takes cash no card). The reception has a bus time table at the desk which was super helpful. Rhodes cost €5.60 one way, Pefkos and Lindos only cost €1.80 one way. The main Lardos village is about a 15-20min walk away and very easy to get to. There is a near by pebble beach,I read the reviews before I came a lot of people said the local beach was a 20min walk away up and down a big hill but if you go around the back of the hotel near the smaller kids pool it's only a short 10min walk with no hills. The food wasn't the best I am going to be honest but for me personally there was always something to eat. There was 3 days out of my 7 day stay where I really enjoyed the food. The other days it was just OK. A lot of the hotel guests I spoke to did mention it wasn't nice it was served cold or luke warm or just refused to eat in the restaurant. I personally never had an issue with this but if you are a fussy eater this is something take to note on. The staff I cannot fault they were amazing and super friendly. Always said hello and would be happy to help you no matter what. I had the most amazing stay here, as a solo young woman traveller I felt very safe here and made lots of new friends. I never felt alone. A massive huge thank you to the Olive Garden Hotel and their staff I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone. It was one of the best holidays I've had.
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FromUS$114
4.6/510 Reviews
We stayed on 31st October for 1 week, which turned out to be the last week the hotel was open for the end of season. You couldn’t tell it was closing week, the staff and service were incredible and they didn’t relax on anything. The hotel had its own app for everything! You could order your drinks to come to your sun longer, you could schedule your room clean, you could book treatments at the spa, book your space at the gym and much more!! We did use the app and it was really useful. I’ve never stayed at a hotel that had an app with as much functionality as this hotel, very forward thinking. Our room was spacious and had everything we needed. It was very clean on arrival and was cleaned every couple of days online with COVID measures - which is actually better as I don’t think you need your room cleaning everyday on holiday. But if you did need anything on your non-cleaning days you could request it in the app i.e. towel change, extra toilet roll, shower gels etc.. Super comfy beds! The hotel itself was quiet, closing week or COVID I’m not sure. But that was amazing as it meant we had lots of space and not too many people around. The weather was also excellent and sunny every day. The safety measures put in place to be COVID secure were great. Hand sanitiser around the hotel, on your table in the restaurant and a complimentary bottle and some masks in your room on arrival. The restaurant was counter service by the staff instead of help yourself, this again was much better. The staff were knowledgeable on the food and their English was excellent to explain what the foods were (and also what you were asking for). I enjoyed going to the restaurant each morning and evening as the staff were lovely. I think I spent more time talking to the staff than sat eating with my boyfriend ;) It was my birthday whilst we were there, so I made a stack of Nutella and banana pancakes from the buffet foods. There was such a variety of food every day and something for everyone. Most mornings I had an omelette made by the chef, his omelettes were delicious. We hired a car from the hotel and visited a few places around the island. We also did lots of walking and running. The weather was great for the first week of November so tshirt and shorts every day. I also had a full body massage and facial at the hotel spa, my therapist (Anastasia) was fabulous! After a week in the sun she repaired my skin. We had a really enjoyable stay and felt that we were 100% looked after. I would recommend this hotel to couple, families or anyone travelling on their own. Thank you Apostolos and your incredible team.
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FromUS$179
4.5/55 Reviews
The staff were friendly and helpful but we were badly savaged by mosquitos during the night whilst we were sleeping and around the pool bar. We did have mosquito repellent wrist bands, battery operated sound emitting repellents and a plug in room repellent none of which stopped us being bitten. This is the first time we have ever been bitten in Rhodes. The reception area and restaurant badly need to use proper mosquito repellents you couldn't sit in the indoor bar area at night without been bitten and insects were flying around the restaurant. If they do have air conditioning in the reception area and dining room it wasn't used whilst we were there the dining room was incredibly hot. If you are a fussy eater you will struggle you will be living on chip butties and cheese sandwiches as chips are available at most meal times, there is always a bowl of cheese out near the pasta and there is always bread available. There is not much choice in food all the meat and fish comes out covered in sauces, onions or spices you cant get a plain piece of chicken or pork. The themed dinners are poor and much of a sameness and the chef burns the soup puts out rock hard carrots and soggy broccoli. The location is beautiful but isolated if you aren't prepared to paddle where the river is on the beach to get to the water sports and bars/tavernas further down the beach. There are not enough sun loungers for the number of customers staying here so if you don't go and reserve them with your towels you wont be able to either sit together as a family or get one at all. The hotel could do with adding some information in their welcome folder about things to do in and around the hotel and details of other places of interest around Rhodes.
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FromUS$107
4.4/510 Reviews
We are on the last day of a 3 week stay at this hotel, booked last minute after everything else this year had cancelled. The hotel was spotlessly clean, and had good Covid measures in place with all staff wearing masks and gloves. The restaurant staff had full ppe on you were served from the buffet rather than helping yourself. Yes this sometimes meant you had to queue to be seated or served, but never for very long & I would much rather do that and feel safe. The food was okay, we were staying all inclusive but did mix it up with eating out sometimes and to be fair we hadn’t paid all inclusive prices,compared to holidays in the past, so overall thought it was good value. Some of the bars and the al la carte restaurant were closed due to Covid but there was always a menu to choose from with 3 main options on if you didn’t fancy the buffet. What did however make the holiday was the staff, every person you saw said hello, the waiters were chatty and the maitre d was there morning and night ensuring everyone was seated. You also saw the hospitality manager Yannis regularly helping out both in the restaurant and the pool snack bar. The cleaners were thorough with bedding changed everyday and requests for extra pillows were speedily addressed. The girls in the Lounge bar were great, always pleased to see you and they soon knew what drinks we liked and had them ready as we approached. We must however call out Vasilis on reception, he went out of his way to make our holiday special, doing a few things without request. He always had time for a chat and helped when we needed tickets and health declarations printing so we could island hop on the ferry. He is a real credit and an asset to the hotel and we can understand why he has worked here for 15 years . Rhodes is not somewhere we have visited before, if we were to revisit we would definitely consider this hotel again. A great holiday in difficult times thanks to all the staff for making it enjoyable.
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FromUS$257
5/511 Reviews
The hotel's buffet is very rich, I like it very much.
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FromUS$191
4/510 Reviews
Just got back from a 10 day stay and can't recommend it enough! We went half board and it was excellent value for money. This is a family run resort and the staff are fantastic, helpful and friendly.The resort is about 30 mins from the airport so a really easy commute. Our apartment was spotless and cleaned every day, there is a lovely pool and jacuzzi, a poolside bar and gardens - all areas were maintained daily and very clean. The food was cooked fresh every day and had plenty of choice for everyone. I recommend the BBQ night on Fridays when they move tables to the pool area and have traditional Greek dancers and a band. There is a bus stop outside where you can get buses to almost anywhere you could want to go on the island - Rhodes town is 30 mins away, Faliraki centre 10 mins and Lindos 45. The resort provides a free shuttle to the beach that is about 5 mins away, although it's quite pebbly and we preferred to take a bus to places like Kalithea springs or Lindos. I will definitely be returning!
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FromUS$80
5/511 Reviews
The overall feeling is great and the service staff is very enthusiastic.
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FromUS$208
4/510 Reviews
This place is so welcoming, staff cannot help enough. I know all of the staff now.. the hotel is so clean. It’s a beautiful quiet relaxing place. And very close to places. Maybe 10-15 min walk but car n moped 2 mins. Would highly recommend this place for beauty, and environment overall 5⭐️ For me. I have stayed 5 star and this place tops other places. Air con rooms. Food snack bar by pool is nice food. Everyone so helpful n friendly. Thank you for a wonderful stay . Xxx
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FromUS$42
3.5/55 Reviews
Plus: Hotel has a great location away from village or other hotels, however other parts of the island are easily reachable by bus (bus stop just in front of the hotel) or boat (coming every day to the beach offering trips) or rented car or taxi. This is something you choose in advance. Plus: The room is OK, cleaning service is perfect. Plus: The food is very good, rich variety and good quality. Beach: The beach is in a bay, the waves are smaller that on big beaches. But the bay is full of rocks close to the shore, not suitable for not-so-good swimmers who prefer the bays for more safety. Minus: All inclusive does not include the drinking water if you don’t stay around the pool bar. The hotel doesn’t offer refill of your own bottle, it is not allowed, actually. If you stay at the pool day and evening, the drinks are offered at the pool bar. If you prefer to stay on the beach, you have to walk 20-80 meters to get a small drink in a single use plastic glass. If you prefer to stay away from the evening program at the pool bar, you have no place to get the water. If you stay in your room, no water provided. Coincidentally, the hotel also runs a minimarket where you can buy water, just for the case you are thirsty in the time the pool bar is closed. So if you are a tourist that uses all offers because they have the all inclusive paid, stay at the pool and get everything the hotel offers. If you are not a fan of bad cheap drinks, the same children songs every evening, then you have to pay for the water. (If you prefer good drinks, the supermarket is 10 mins nice walk on the beaches, e.g. good sparkling wine is half a price of the one in hotel minimarket and better quality.) Minus: More than half of the sunbeds on the beach are damaged (the beach is rented by the hotel and the hotel runs the rental of sunbeds and umbrellas). The fabric is torn or the screws are loose so much they can hurt you if you don’t watch. This is a real shame. Honestly, this is the first beach in Rhodes I’ve ever seen with paid sunbeds that are damaged (over 10 years experience). In the morning you see people walking around the beach, looking for a usable sunbed, carrying sunbeds to the selected umbrella and murmuring “…and they ask 8 euros for his mess”. Anyway, there is no other beach around, so it looks like the hotel really has no reason to care.
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FromUS$168
4.4/510 Reviews
Amazing value for the view. Apartment was fine, everything you needed, and very comfy beds. OK, bit of noise from youngsters enjoying themselves at night, but nothing to worry about. Very good local restaurants, including the one below the apartment. Beach directly opposite with loungers and umbrellas, but head left for secluded rocky coves within walking distance. Loads to see in Rhodes, recommend the archeological museum, 10 euro ticket which includes the Palace of the Grand Master.
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FromUS$61
4.3/510 Reviews
Wow! What a holiday. We stayed in the suites side of the Ixian Grand and it was amazing. Our own restaurant for breakfast with a view of the sea. This suite only restaurant also had a 4 course dinner menu which we were allowed to attend unlimited times. Amazing. Our room was great, had its own swimming Pool. Only downfall in the room would be that it didn't have a long mirror. We ate in all four restaurants and the 7 course seafood restaurant was amazing. Could not fault the food here one bit. The swimming pool for everyone was huge and never packed, always easy to get a sunbed round the pool too. We visited the water park which was great. Evening entertainment was not great, it really would be an amazing hotel if the entertainment was to improve. We did speak to some people who stayed in the hotel and not the suites and it did sound like they were having a completely different holiday. So I would advise if you can afford to stay in a suite, there seems to be a lot more extras that way. Staff really friendly. Had a great holiday, Thanks Ixian Grande
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FromUS$177
4/55 Reviews
Firstly let me say we stayed 11 nights and had a relaxing sunny break, the staff and the views and food were very good however there are some Negatives that could easily have been avoided. The hotel sadly has a slightly run down and neglected air due to a lack of aesthetic maintenance. A good painting of wooden areas and aggressive treatment of ants would be a great start, I’m sure the hotel is built on an ant hill! We had paid for a double sea view bungalow room, on arrival at night we were shown to an upstairs so called “upgraded family room” with garden view actually a view of the back of front line rooms which did have sea view. Note to hotel, by giving guests a massive two room suite which they don’t need or want does in no way compensate for not getting the sea view room they paid extra for. We had to spend one night in this room and were moved after a fight to the only sea view room available for our stay which was a private pool room. It was so obvious that the lady on reception resented it and made us feel Unreasonable and a nuisance even though we just wanted what we booked, nothing more, nothing less. Not a good start as this was our wedding anniversary. The private pool was cold and we could have easily managed without it so it was not a bonus to us as we used the sea which was warmer. I think Covid rules whilst necessary and largely well implemented were also used as an excuse to provide less service in general. A disposable sheet of A4 paper at check in with a map of the site and help numbers for reception, spa etc would have not been a Covid risk. The hardworking and pleasant staff at this hotel are it’s major asset but I would exclude reception from this praise as they didn’t want to help we had no help getting our luggage to our room even though I emailed saying we had physical limitations. The fact you couldn’t ring them if you had a problem as the number was a strange secret combination of 3 random numbers ! Most hotels have a one button phone connection to reception, but that would make it too far too easy for the guests. Housekeeping was something considered a luxury ! we had our room serviced twice in 11 days and this was just linen and towels no cleaning at all, so the room was quite dirty and dusty when we left. I don’t know how leaving you with dirty towels sheets and room helps with Covid, especially given the practice regarding used toilet paper in Greece. They repeatedly refused to give us any cushions for the outdoor seating on our terrace which was needed because it was so low and uncomfortable, saying it was a Covid risk yet the same cushions were in use in the bar area used by lots of people night after night. Our stay was impacted by the terrible stench caused by large amounts of seaweed which has a sewage smell and was very strong most days. The nearby small harbour has had to be dredged as it was blocked by sand during a storm and I’m not sure if this is the reason. We did an easy 5
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FromUS$186