The Atrium Palace Hotel is located
on the peaceful east coast of Rhodes.
Rhodes, the largest and most developed Greek island, has no
shortage of great hotels and attractions for your Greece-bound
customers. Nestled at the crossroads of the Mediterranean and
Aegean seas, the island has a wide range of treasures to offer your
clients. Historically, Rhodes was known for its impressive
Colossus, one of the ancient seven wonders of the world, and today
its medieval city of old Rhodes is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Whether visitors are looking for sun, sand and sea; historic sites;
great cuisine; yachting; or casino action and nightlife, Rhodes
Once clients land at Rodos International Airport, or by sea on a
cruise ship or local ferry, they will want to choose a hotel that
matches their every wish. We’ve gathered some options.
Near the Historic Center
The Nikos and Takis Fashion Hotel is located right in the center
of medieval Rhodes. Visitors walk along the Street of the Knights,
past the impressive Great Magistrate’s Palace, to get to this
artsy, elegant hotel, with fine details like stonework and iron
lights from the medieval period.
Each room is non-smoking and has different decor designed by
fashion designers Nikos and Takis. It’s a place for the hip and
trendy, as its name suggests. Around the square you can find many
fashionable boutiques and jewelry shops.
For your “America’s Next Top Model” clients, starting this year
Nikos and Takis have even started a school for models.
Based in the old city center, your clients will have easy access
to follow in the footsteps of Saint Paul along cobblestone streets,
across drawbridges and through ancient arched gates. A visit to the
Archaeological Museum, the Art Gallery and the Museum of Popular
Art is a must.
Outside the medieval center, at the Rodos Park Suites Hotel,
guests have views of the Castle of the Knights of St. John in one
of 30 tastefully decorated suites with Jacuzzis. Located in the
most beautiful part of the city, just outside the medieval town and
close to the modern city center, this prestigious five-star
boutique hotel will cater to your clients as if they were
Throughout the year, a number of artistic events take place in
the city of Rhodes, including the Sound and Lights performances at
the Palace of the Grand Masters, and Greek tragedies and folk
dances at the Medieval Theatre.
Hit the Beach
Rodos Palladium, a luxury hotel on Kallithea’s Beach, is famous
for its variety of services, including rose-petal baths, Greek
dancing lessons, kids’ club, babysitting, Wi-Fi and large tropical
pools, as well as elegant restaurants with fine Greek and
Mediterranean fare. Lindos town, in the south, boasts one of the
most interesting archaeological sites in Rhodes and it attracts
thousands of visitors from all over the world.
For beachside villas, clients should try the Atrium Palace
Thalasso Spa Resort & Villas, located on Kalathos Beach, near
the historic town of Lindos on the peaceful east coast of the
island. It is close to Kalathos town, about three miles from Lindos
and only 30 miles from the city of Rhodes. The hotel derived its
name from an impressive internal atrium, featuring a water
By day, organized excursions are available to Lindos, the
Acropolis of Lindos, Rhodes Old Town and castle; trips around the
island, the ruins of ancient Kamiros and to many monasteries and
ancient churches. Sailing trips are also available to neighboring
islands and to Marmaris in Turkey.
About three miles from Lindos, Lindian Village resort will
exceed all your clients’ luxurious expectations with its
island-style village surrounded by colorful tropical flora and the
If your clients want to stay amid a lush garden of tropical
flowers and trees, walk by a river, lie by a lake, smell the
flowers, take in a day at the Oriental Day Spa or dine on sumptuous
food in a Thai restaurant all in a deluxe resort setting, Lindian
Village will be a slice of heaven.
The Elaphos and Elaphina, the “deer and doe,” is a mountain
hideaway and a historical monument, and one of the top sights on
Rhodes. Perched on the mountainside of Profetes Elias Mountain,
close to the Byzantine monastery, it is near the village of
Archangelos, just 15 miles south of Rhodes.
This historic villa has been refurbished and has reopened as a
quaint hotel with just 20 rooms and three suites. It was built in
1929 during the Italian domination and was the former headquarters
for Mussolini. It had been closed for 25 years and it has its
original stone walls, wood window frames, verandas and high-pitched
roofs in a picturesque wooded area with incredible views of the