Rhodes has established itself
as one of the most desirable Greek islands destinations,
for good reason. The island is rich in history and
landmarks and it boasts a considerable amount of award-winning Greece beaches.
Travelers to the island will find a wide selection of
hotels in Rhodes, with plenty of options for hostel or
budget accommodations up to the more luxurious hotels
Rhodes has to offer. Whether you are looking to
spend an evening or more in Rhodes City, or at posts along
the coast, you will find a ready batch of Rhodes hotels
of all prices and amenities. After spending some
time in the larger Greek cities, like Athens and Thessaloniki, Rhodes
can be a welcome change.
Backpackers, or those just looking to save a few bucks on lodging, can find hostels and budget hotels in Rhodes that range in price. At many hotels in Rhodes, splurging a bit more will award you with stunning views, amenities and comfort. Outside of Rhodes City, two wonderful options for a hotels in Rhodes are the Pefkos Beach Hotel, near Lindos, and the Golden Days Hotel in Afandou. Both are ideal for either individuals, couples or families.
The Golden Days Hotel & Studios is rated at around two stars and goes for around $58 per night, but don’t be fooled by its star rating. The rooms are fairly simple, but clean and comfortable. The property amenities are wonderful, and there are separate pools for adults and children. You’ll enjoy relaxing at the hotel’s bar/lounge, or at the famous Afandou Beach, which you can either walk or hitch a train ride to. If you are looking to spend some time around Lindos, then you can’t go wrong with the Pefkos Beach Hotel. Reviews for this splendid choice in Rhodes Greece hotels are extremely positive, and their staff and amenities are highly regarded. The accommodations at the Pefkos Beach Hotel are comprised of rooms, studios and apartments, and the hotel is nestled in a hillside in the center of Pefkos. On-site you’ll find a great pool bar, a restaurant and even a cocktail bar. The beach, restaurants and taverns are all nearby, and Rhodes City is just a 40 minute drive away.
The widest selection of hotels in Rhodes are, of course, found in Rhodes City. Being the capital of the island, and having a whole lot of character make Rhodes City the main stopping point in Rhodes. Along the city’s main beach, Elli Beach, there are towering hotels along the strip and rentals come in the form of just about every option. If you are looking for an ideal experience and Rhodes hotels that won’t cost you an arm and a leg, then The Spot Hotel is the right choice. The Spot Hotel is located right in the Old Town, which is enough to make it desirable, but the catch just might be the price. At only around $65-$80 for a double, depending on season, you get what you pay for and then some. Although the building is not of medieval age, the owners have seen to it that it fits in accordingly to the Old Town’s charm. The Spot Hotel is extremely clean and comfortable, and the owner really goes the extra mile to keep guests content. Whereas the rooms are not extravagant, they are comfortable and flow well with the rest of the hotel. There are only nine rooms, which gives you an exclusive feel, and each has an ensuite bathroom and shower and a fairly-priced mini-bar fridge. They offer a light breakfast which can be enjoyed in the lovely courtyard, and there is a nice hotel balcony perfect for taking it all in.
Those looking for luxurious hotels Rhodes options will find quite a few, and in Rhodes City an excellent choice in luxury is the Nikos Takis Fashion Hotel. The Nikos Takis Fashion Hotel is undeniably quirky, but a luxurious quirky. It was designed by famous fashion designers to the elite, Nikos and Takis, and its decoration is oriental-infused. A small boutique hotel, set in the heart of Old Town Rhodes City, the Nikos Takis Fashion Hotel offers only seven suites, and all are amazingly charming and romantic. Guests will find a fine array of amenities and guest services at this lovely pick among the luxurious hotels Rhodes offers, including a complimentary bottle of wine when they arrive, as well as a basket of fresh fruits. Delicious breakfasts can be enjoyed either in your suite or in the garden, and you will enjoy the modern touches, like a DVD player and internet connectivity. At eight o’clock each evening, you’re welcome to enjoy appetizers and Ouzo in the hotel’s courtyard, and when it’s time to catch some shuteye, you will assuredly appreciate the comfortable King size beds. The Nikos Takis Fashion Hotel is a bit pricey at around $580 per night, but the deluxe bathrooms and jacuzzi’s should help make it worth while, plus how many hotels can you think of where you can rent a private sailboat, have twice daily maid service and arrange for a helicopter rental if the mood should strike you?