FROM THE FIRST MOMENT WE STEPPED INTO THE RECEPTION OF LINDOS SUN IT WAS OBVIOUS THAT THIS WAS GOING TO BE A LOVELY EXPERIENCE. WE WERE GREETED WITH HOMEMADE LEMONADE WHILST HERO CHECKED US IN, THEN WE WERE TAKEN TO OUR STANDARD ROOM WHICH I MUST SAY WAS VERY NICE, TOILETRIES, HAIRDRYER BALCONY, LOVELY LIGHT AND AIRY. THE POOL WAS LOVELY MUCH BIGGER THAN NORMAL AND ALL THE BEDS HAD UMBRELLAS, THE FOOD WAS DELICIOUS WITH PLENTY OF CHOICE AND ALL FRESHLY MADE, THE BREAD AT BREAKFAST WAS ESPECIALLY GOOD. THE WHOLE FEEL TO THE HOTEL WAS COMPLETELY CHILLED WITHOUT FEELING LIFELESS, THE BAR AT NIGHT HAD A LOVELY ATMOSPHERE, ON FRIDAYS THEY HAVE A LIVE SAXOPHONIST AND ON ANOTHER NIGHT THEY HAVE A JAZZ SINGER BUT IF YOU JUST WANT TO RELAX THEN YOU CAN DO JUST THAT. LINDOS ITSELF IS ABOUT A 15 MINUTE WALK UP A SLIGHT HILL IT WAS A GOOD WAY TO WALK OFF ALL THE DELICIOUS FOOD, WE OFTEN DID THE WALK TWICE A DAY. LINDOS IS A TRULY MAGICAL VILLAGE AND I WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND IT IF YOU WANT TO EXPERIENCE SOMETHING A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT. WE HOPE TO RETURN TO THIS LITTLE CORNER OF PARADISE IN THE NOT SO DISTANT FUTURE!!
Just got back from one week at Atrium Palace, two adults and a 9 year old on a B & B basis. We paid for a junior suite, side sea view, but got a front sea view on 3rd floor overlooking pool. Very quiet, don't think we heard any noise from corridors or next door rooms. Couldn't fault anything really, the Breakfast buffet was overwhelming, so much to chose from I defy anyone not to find something they like. We ate 3 times in the evening buffet, again couldn't fault it, twice we ate at Milos, just outside the resort, lovely friendly service great Greek food and I recommend taking a taxi into Lindos for an evening meal on a roof top restaurant looking over the acropolis. Taxi into Lindos booked via hotel was 15euro coming home 9 euro. Had a lovely day at St Pauls Bay to break the monotony of the hotel pool and a couple of times down at hotel beach, which again was lovely but stony rather than sandy. Wasn't really busy, but there were a couple of families that monopolised the main swimming pool for the first couple of days, when they went it was more pleasant, but there are two other small pools to go to or the beach. If I was going back to Lindos I would stay here again, but apparently their newer hotel resorts, Platinum and Prestige at different resorts are supposed to better maybe because they are newer and we were offered to spend a couple of days there but we wanted to be in Lindos rather than North of the island. Overall can't fault hotel or staff.
Spent a week in this lovely hotel with my partner which is perfectly located in Lindos. It has a private beach great for snorkelling and large swimming pool the food was good too! All staff were so helpful and being in Lindos you can easily get to Lindos centre by taxi which has shops, restaurants and bars. One of the best holidays I have had :)!
Built in the traditional Italian way with arches and different levels, with stone and wood, the Lindos Memories hotel …More
This hotel is just paradise, if you enjoy peace and quiet and being pampered. The staff are kind and helpful, food delicious and varied. Our room was huge and comfortable with a breathtaking view of the beach from our large balcony. The pools are great and the hotel is right on the beach, where you can walk/swim out (footwear required) and snorkel! There are wooden slats on the stony/sandy beach for pushchairs or wheelchairs.
The location is peaceful, just 2 miles past Lindos. So each evening we walked the 2 miles to the town for varied evening meals, then back again, enjoying the scenery, goats and donkeys!
Just 2 little tips for the hotel - we would have liked a hot shower before we left to catch our late flight home, rather than a cold one in the pool area. I would also have liked there to be an iron available for my personal use.
Otherwise, absoutely perfect.
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Rhodes' prettiest village, Lindos is a compact hillside settlement of whitewashed houses, capped by a 14th-century hilltop fortress containing an ancient Greek temple. Below the village lies a lovely curving bay with a well-equipped sand beach. Lindos attracts countless day-trippers by day, but peace returns at sunset, with tavernas and cocktail bars offering upmarket wining and dining on romantic rooftop terraces overlooking the sea.
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