Hotels in Faliraki
Esperos Village Blue is a delightful adults only 5star hotel. Situated on a green hill, blended with pine and cypress trees, submerged in stunning natural surroundings, with panoramic breathtaking views of Aegean sea.
Set among lush gardens on the outskirts of Faliraki in Rhodes, Achousa Hotel features a swimming pool and a sun terrace with a pool bar. Free Wi-Fi is provided throughout. Each studio has a private balcony with pool or garden views. A kitchenette with a fridge, cooking hobs and electric kettle is ...
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Reviews of Faliraki, Rhodes
E_Mitchum 25 Oct 2006I highly disliked the town of FalirakiNationality: USA
Countries visited: 10-15
The Trip: I arrived on the island by Plane. The trip was good with no delays.
Reasons for going to Rhodes: Discovered in Brochure/Magazine/Newspaper and I chose it for its rich history and beautiful beaches
Idea before arriving: I was surprised (and disappointed) with English-speaking tourists there were on Rhodes. Faliraki, in particular, was swarming with loud, drunk, obnoxious tourists. However, the locals were very friendly and accommodating. The Old Town was unbelievable and spectacular--a must-see!
Island/Area : 2/10
Landscapes : 6/10
Tree Covered : 0/10
Beaches and Waters : 9/10
Cleanliness : 5/10
Villages : 3/10
Main Town : 10/10
Food/Restaurants : 10/10
Nightlife : 10/10
Local People : 10/10
Accommodations : 10/10
Activities : 10/10
Excursions : 10/10
Sightseeing : 10/10
Prices : 7/10
Public Transportations : 10/10
Authenticity : 3/10
Peace and quiet : 2/10
Weather : 10/10
Favorite things about the island/area:
Best Beaches : Ladiko
Best Villages : Old Rhodes Town
Best Activity : finding a remote beach
Best Bar/Pub/Club :
Best Restaurant : Odyssey Restaurant on Menekleous Street, Old Town
Negative opinion about the island: I highly disliked the town of Faliraki for its dense tourism, cheap attractions, and trashy visitors
Recommendations for future visitors: I suggest not visiting Faliraki, or even Rhodes, if you want a quiet and peaceful vacation. If you want to party with English-speaking tourists and eat greasy breakfasts, stay in Faliraki.
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