On a quick note, we recommend you to start your research for hotels in Rhodes in the Old Town or in the picturesque coastal village of Lindos. If you are looking for a beach resort, Faliraki, Iallissos and Ixia are ideal.
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WHERE TO STAY? FIND THE BEST PLACES
Below, you will discover more information about the best places to stay in Rhodes.
The Old Town of Rhodes is the best place for a central location.
The medieval town is full of fascinating ruins, paved alleys and historic buildings, which is the reason why it has been listed as a UNESCO heritage site after all.
Many centuries-old mansions have been restored and turned into boutique hotels, while the area offers many shops, restaurants, museums and other places of interest, such as the Aquarium.
A convenient bus network makes it easy to reach other parts of the island from there and Elli beach is the nearest seashore.
The town's atmosphere offers a romantic trip back to the past!
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Built around the hill of the ancient acropolis, the picturesque village of Lindos is one of the best places for your stay.
In fact, the acropolis is among the most impressive and most visited archeological sites in Greece.
The village itself is located 40 km from Rhodes Town and it is full of taverns, restaurants and shops of all kinds.
Strolling around its streets, you will discover white-painted houses with lovely pebble-paved terraces.
The nearest beaches to Lindos are Lindos beach, Pallas beach and Saint Paul's Bay.
You will find small boutique hotels, suites and rooms, as well as a few luxury options in the surrounding area.
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❤ Our recommendations:
• Esperos Village
Faliraki is a seaside town on the eastern part of Rhodes and one of the most popular places on the island.
Conveniently located 11 km away from Rhodes town, Faliraki is known as the island's biggest party hub thanks to its vibrant nightlife.
For this reason many budget hotels that are suitable for young travelers are available in this area, although all-inclusive resorts for luxury holidays are not lacking either.
The beach of Faliraki is 6.5 km long, while many other beautiful seashores can be found in the region, such as Antony Quinn bay, Kathara, Mandomata (nudist) beach and Ladiko.
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IALISSOS & IXIA
❤ Our recommendations:
• Amathus Elite
Ialissos and Ixia have been popular beach resorts since the 1960's, with an ongoing growth in terms of tourism infrastructure.
These locations are situated in the region between the airport and Rhodes Town.
The long pebbled seashores are popular for windsurfing and kitesurfing among other watersports, while being family-friendly at the same time.
In addition, Ancient Ialissos attracts a considerable number of visitors as well.
In both areas, you will mostly find newly-built resorts, such as huge hotel units with massive swimming pools and waterslides among other recreational facilities.
5-star hotels, budget rooms and everything in-between can be found in the region.
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RHODES, AN ISLAND FOR ALL TRAVELERS
Rhodes is the biggest island in the Dodecanese island group and one of the most touristicaly developed areas in Greece.
It receives thousands of tourists every year, especially during the summer season.
Despite its remote location, it is easy to reach and its airport connects it to Athens and many other European cities. Additionally, its port offers ferry connections to numerous islands and the Greek capital.
As for its landscape, Rhodes offers an amazing coastline, full of sandy beaches with crystal clear waters. Many quaint villages and archeological sites are scattered around the inland, while its main Town is among the biggest and best-preserved medieval towns in Europe. This beautiful island attracts all kinds of travelers, from party-goers to families, honeymooners and retired couples.
For your accommodation, it is important to consider your location of preference above all.
The island's most developed part is the north, in the regions of Rhodes Town, the airport and Lindos.
The village of Lindos offers stylish boutique hotels that are housed in renovated old mansions and are family-owned.
On the other hand, Faliraki or Rhodes Town provide numerous budget options for those who just want to enjoy the summer and do not care much for the accommodation.
Seaside locations in Rhodes are full of all-inclusive 4 or 5 star hotels for a relaxing vacation with the beach on your doorstep, while some of them may even have private beaches.
Luxury options are ideal for families with children, as they go the extra mile to provide waterslides, playgrounds and child care services and recreational activities for the whole family.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
When should I book my hotel?
Rhodes is visited by thousands of tourists every year so booking your hotel early is recommended.
Especially if you are travelling during the high season (June- September) and want to stay in a convenient location, it is safer to have completed your reservation 4-5 months in advance.
When is the best time to visit Rhodes?
Rhodes in general is almost a year-round destination since the winter is mild. Nevertheless, the tourist season in Rhodes when most restaurants and hotels are open starts in May and finishes in early November. July- September are the busiest months on the island.
Where should I book my hotel?
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Is there another way to make a hotel reservation?
You can contact the hotel by phone or mail. In some cases, you might find some cheaper rates but it is not recommended.
Will I find last-minute availability?
Don’t wait until the last minute to book your lodging if you are travelling from June to September. Rhodes is a popular destination and hotels get sold out quickly. Booking your stay 4-5 months in advance is safe.
How many days should I spend in Rhodes?
A week is an ideal length of stay on Rhodes island.
What types of accommodation are available?
You can basically find all kind of types. More specifically there are boutique hotels in the Old Town and in Lindos, rooms to let, all-inclusive resorts, luxury hotels and suites, and budget hostels in Faliraki .
More specifically there are Hotel rooms, Villas, Apartments, Rooms, Studios, Suites and more.
Is accommodation expensive?
It depends on the period and the type of hotel. Lower rates are found during April- May and October- November. Higher rates are found during the summer months. Also, it depends on the location.
How much does accommodation cost?
It depends on many factors. An average estimation without including luxury options, for 2 persons would be around 70-100 euros/per night in high season.
Where is the best place to stay if you are travelling on a budget?
You can find cheap options (50 euros) in Faliraki and in the town of Rhodes.
Where is the best place to stay for a family with children?
Rhodes is a family-friendly destination. Any hotel with family rooms and close to a beach is ideal for travelling with kids.