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Located in Rhodes Old Town, this boutique hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Clock Tower and Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes. Archaeological ...
Located in Rhodes Town, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Evangelismos Church, Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes and Rhodes Aquarium. ...
Offering direct access to the beach, this Rhodes Town hotel is connected to the convention centre, steps away from Elli Beach and Rhodes Aquarium. Palace of ...
This jewel of the Aegean Sea is a perfect getaway featuring isolated shorelines, historic ruins and a nightlife that brings music to the beach.
Book a hotel in Rhodes on one of the most picturesque and popular of the Greek Islands, attracting visitors with harbour towns, ancient ruins and mountainous countryside. Experience the charms of this diverse destination, exploring historical landmarks, taking nature adventures or joining beach parties held each night.
Choose from many beaches along the coast when looking to swim or sunbathe. Small coves are perfect for snorkelling and rock pool spotting, while the long stretches of beach on the eastern shore harbour most of the island’s resorts. For a thrill, rent a Jet Ski or a paddleboat at Faliraki, the island’s most popular beach.
Find a quiet spot around the bay of Kathara or Anthony Quinn Beach. This coastline’s name comes from a Hollywood actor who starred in scenes from the 1961 movie The Guns of Navarone, shot at this beach. The west coast is home to a number of quiet pebble beaches while the southern cape of the island has great conditions for kite-surfing and windsurfing.
Feed your cultural appetite in Rhodes’ old town, which dates back 2,000 years. On a sightseeing tour, spot minarets, medieval walls, mosques and Byzantine churches. Learn about ancient chivalry culture at the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights, and then stroll the 14th-century Street of the Knights.
Board a bus and take the trip to Lindos. This acropolis, just 55 kilometres (34 miles) from town, is perched atop a steep rock. Learn about the Doric Temple of Athena Lindia, which was built in the third century B.C.
Join partygoers enjoying wild music on the island’s popular beaches each night. Otherwise, enjoy a quiet evening at a waterfront restaurant or a taverna in town. Afterwards, try your luck at the gaming tables and machines of the island’s casino.
Fly into Rhodes airport or get a ferry from nearby islands, then get around by bus, moped, bicycle, taxi or rental car. Nearby attractions include the islands of Halki and Symi. There’s so much to do with a Rhodes hotel.