The Blue Sea Beach Resort packs in a triple helping of pools. Plus, it’s right on the edge of a Blue Flag beach.
Carefully-combed gardens are all that separates the Blue Sea Beach Resort from a long strip of sand. It’s 10 minutes’ taxi ride to Faliraki, and 15 to the Medieval city of Rhodes.
The property is designed to make the most of the sweeping sea vistas. The best view is from the beach bar, which is pulled up right against the sand.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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2 outdoor pools
These pools are both pretty big, they're surrounded by wooden decking and straw parasols.
The main restaurant offers a range of buffet meals.
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Family Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony
Family Room with Sea View and Balcony
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We visited hotel in april. Blue Sea Beach is a good hotel but we did not like the area around the hotel. Friendly staff. OK food but I would prefer much more original greek food and not so much pasta and french fries.More
Great hotel- excellent location
The hotel is very nice and has excellent food and drinks. Very tidy and clean rooms, excellent location as the hotel is based next to the beach! The staff was very kind and friendly. The atmosphere is ideal for families and couples. I would suggest Blue sea to everyone who want to visit Rhodes.More
Pleased with hotel, area just ok
Just back from blue sea. The hotel was very nice although the rooms were very basic. The rooms were certainly not 4 star. However the pool areas were very picturesque, well kept and sun loungers good and not too hard to get. The beach area run by the hotel is also nice and no complaints. Breakfast was average and was the same every day. Lunch was better and dinner again better. As far as all inclusive buffet meals go I found dinner certainly above average. A bit school dinner like in terms of layout however i was happy with the food. The availability of daytime snacks at the beach bar was excellent and you can get a full lunch right up until dinner time. The drinks weren't as good. Cocktails and beer were good however the soft drinks not so good and certainly not branded coke etc. Staff were pretty good. No issues and they helped whenever required. They didn't ooze customer service but nor were they unhelpful. No complaints there. Evening entertainment was fine. Pretty much as expected. Drinks didn't take too long to get and the outdoor evening drinking/entertainment area was very nice. Plenty provided during the day in terms of sports and there was something for the kids although didn't use it. Faliraki itself however is not up to much particularly for families. There are far nicer places to go. A walk down to the town takes approx 25 mins and is just along a busy road with the usual souvenir shops which were surprisingly expensive. Once you get down the town there is very little. Rhodes old town is nearby and very impressive. Half hour bus trip. Bus is right outside the hotel and is inexpensive and regular. On the whole it was a good holiday, weather was great, hotel nice.More
Holiday on Rhodes
We had a later check in on 22nd July at 2.30am the check in staff were nice, friendly and quick on checking us in they said there was some sandwiches and a bottle of water in the room which we through was a nice thing to do when we got to the room there was water but no sandwiches i went down reception to enquire about the food because we were hungry and they said house keeping probably forgot to put them in the fridge and they had nothing there we could eat so went to bed hungry. Got up early for breakfast went in the dinner area where we you find your own table it was a buffet breakfast and was lunch and evening meal on the lunchtime and evening meals staff would bring you drinks all round there was a good selection of food to choice from. The room where nice decorate with AC which struggled in 40+degrees in the shade, the bathroom was compact only space for one person at the time, with a hairdryer. Outside the gardens where well maintained and clean as was the three pool areas, we found sun beds and shades were limited around the pool and in the week we were there we could not get one on the beach. Over all these is a great hotel all the staff were nice and freindly and yes i would stay again had a fabulous time. The manager should be happy he's staff were a credit to him and the hotelMore
We arrived on the 28th June 2017, or early hours of the 29th as we arrived around 3;30am. The check in staff were lovely, they mentioned there would be a cold bottle of water and rolls in the fridge provided, these were very much appreciated considering the journey and how hungry me and my partner was. The room is lovely, bathroom is small but who needs a huge bathroom on holiday? There isn't many plug sockets so I took a small extension lead after reading previous reviews. The free WI-FI you receive sometimes drops out but it can reach to your rooms which is great. The pool areas are amazing, just remember to wear flip-flops when walking around as the ground gets hot quickly. The only downfall regarding the pool area is that my partner had to get up at 5:45am just to reserve sunbeds as even though the hotel says it removes towel if they are left, they don't so if you want a nice spot, i would recommend getting up early. The food is rather repetitive. Its nice but not much variety within the restaurant and the beach snack bar. The beach is beautiful and the sea is clear and refreshing if you're hot! The hotel is so close to Faliraki, €5 each way via taxi which was handy for dinner out and nights out down bar street! Old Rhodes Town is €17 each way via taxi too, bus is probably a lot cheaper but taxi is faster. Overall this was a lovely holiday and one to remember, i would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone & definitely return to Rhodes.More
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