This was our 2nd trip to Rhodes, but this time we wanted a top hotel in the old town of Rhodes.
The hotel down plays it's location but in reality it is on the famous Street of the Knights which is probably one of the most photographed locations in Rhodes!
It is literally 30-40 metres from the grand palace entrance. And maybe 150 metres from the top of Socrates street with all of the shops, bats and Restaurants. The street also is host to a couple of consular offices inc France and opposite the Italian one.
Spiros the hotel manager was fantastic and seemed to be there 24/7 and nothing was ever a problem for him.
Food and drinks were excellent with the outside area for dining having tables in the sun or shaded by the mature trees.
Air conditioning was permanently on but set at a very comfortable level and meant returning to a chilled room after a hot day in Rhodes was a welcome return home to base.
Unlike many hotels in Rhodes there is plenty of hot water even for a family like ours with 3 female water babies.
This was one holiday which we would have been happy to stay on forever.
Despite the proximity to the shops restaurants and the museums and palace, this gem of a hotel is very quiet.
The hostess is typically Greek offering warm hospitality and a tasty authentic Rhodian breakfast.
The place is spotless and the view from the roof terrace is surprising. If you stay in Rhodes town Camelot is the place to stay.
Spent 2 nights there in september. Alex, Kyle and Duncan were wonderful. Good directions, restaurant recommendations (mama sophia and manolis dinoris very good) and car rental arrangements (butterfly car rental just for day trip to lindos and beach since no cars/parking anywhere near hotel). Great breakfast. Room comfortable. Our room was an ex knights of st john chapel so a little cave like. I suspect the upstairs rooms are brighter.
It is hard to find although close to everything else in the old city. They'll come and get you and see you off at the taxi. Alex's directions are excellent. I relied too much on open street map/citymaps2go - works great until the battery died at 2:30 am. Duncan cheerfully came and collected us at the "illuminated mosque"
By the way google maps is currently shows an incorrect location and is uniformly just about useless in Rhodes town. Political problem
A magnificent 4 star hotel in Rhodes Old Town, Greece , Spirit of the Knights Boutique Hotel is a family run eco-friendly …More
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