Lovely boutique hotel. Wonderful shaded courtyard to eat breakfast, read or just sit and admire the garden. The room was spotless and the staff was very obliging. Breakfast was fine.
The hotel is located very close to The Palace of the Grand Master down a narrow little street accessed through the Spainish Gate, away from the noise and bustle of the tourist streets but a 5 minute walk to any of the many restaurants within the Medieval Walls of the old city. A true gem.
We had a brilliant holiday at the Atrium Platinum, the staff were very helpful and attentive, the restaurants on site were really very good and the hotel is just a short drive from the airport and Rhodes old town. We upgraded to a room with a private pool and stunning view which was just superb. We couldn't have asked for a better holiday.
"A really good place to see the best of Rhodes Town"
We absolutely loved our stay here. The site of the hotel could not be bettered, around the corner from the trendy bars and shops, a two minute walk to the harbour and five minutes to the old town, perfect location. The hotel staff were great, especially around the pool bar, we could not have been looked after any better in a 5 star hotel. Yes, some of the rooms are a little tired, but spotlessly clean and good beds, you can see they are upgrading and doing it in sections.
The food was super, and plenty of it. We loved it and will definitely be back there.
We found the location to be excellent for walking to the old town sights. The breakfast was good and the staff very helpful. They do need to put screen doors on the doors to the patio. Left the sliding door open for cool night air. Got eaten alive by mosquitoes. Learned my lesson. But overall a very good value.
"Nice hotel, good position near to rhodes old town,"
Staff at hotel helpful and pleasant. A few little things not good....there was fruit left in the room for us which we did not eat as it looked somewhat old and unappealing. One orange went mouldy and it took four days for the cleaning staff to remove the fruit! Also the gratis wine miniatures must have been years old, as were some of the Liptons tea bags which you could tell from the packaging. Breakfast was ordinary, some parts good others poor. There was little fresh fruit, which for a place like rhodes seemed extremely penny pinching, and the Orange juice from a dispenser was not what you'd expect from a four star hotel. The bacon was tired, as in most European hotels so not a surprise, though the eggs were ok. Coffee was good, and plenty of choice with tea. Surely, it is possible to have marmalade for toast at breakfast, not jams etc.
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From the moment we arrived down the well preserved stone road of this ancient city, to the front red door and its enticing atmosphere, we felt home. Never, in either of our travels have my husband or myself had such an experience. The restored Inn, with its exposed stone walls & luxurious rooms (incorporating both old and new) and our most welcoming and knowledgeable hosts, offers a lure and spoil like no other.
Welcomed with arms open and a refreshing drink made of local, fresh, ingredients created by a chef who makes most other chefs pale in comparison. The breakfasts, with their local offerings are purchased at the market daily and adjusted to accommodate most dietary needs and can be enjoyed in the romantic courtyard setting with and relaxing atmosphere.
Nap time in this luxurious home and oh-so-comfy bed, can only be described as the equivalent of snuggling in a hammock while the filtered, natural light, and fresh breeze dance though the room. You have the option of complete privacy and seclusion or airy, bright openness.
Not a single item was overlooked in both accommodations and customer service. Perfectly located for both privacy and convenience in this most walkable city. Every need can either be acquired through the hosts or a short 5 minute walk to the heart of the old town.
We will forever incorporate our stays in this history rich city and this Inn in particular. The hosts, Nikolas & Angela are friendly & passionate and truly love their city.
Its skyline dotted with Turkish-era minarets, Rhodes' magnificent old town lies within four-kilometre-long, 14th-century fortifications. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is Europe's largest inhabited medieval town, its pedestrianised cobbled streets lined with small hotels, tavernas, cocktail bars and souvenir shops. Top sight is the monumental 14th-century Palace of the Grand Masters. Daily excursion boats run to Marmaris in Turkey.
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