Of all Ixia’s hotels, this one’s the nearest to the beach. And it’s just 10 minutes from Rhodes Town, too.
This hotel has some great coastal views, thanks to its position right on the beach. Behind the bay is a family-sized pool and, behind that, gardens filled with trees.
You’re just a minute’s walk from Ixia’s shops. And it’s only a 10-minute bus ride from the island capital, Rhodes Town.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Show cooking. Snacks. Ice-cream. Afternoon tea.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, by the glass 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Sunbeds and parasols are available.
Breakfast available 7am to 9.30am, lunch is from 12.30pm to 2.30pm and dinner with show kitchen from 7pm to 9.30pm. Offering traditional Greek and international dishes, salads and desserts.
Main indoor bar
These superior twin rooms are presened using neutral tones throughout. They overlook the pool and come with twin beds, plus 1 sofa-bed in the bedroom. These rooms sleep 3.
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Excellent family holiday
Stayed here for a week, was a bit dubious at first with economy and cheap price we paid for all inc but our worries were over nothing. Would definitely return and recommend to others. Staff were great and nothing was an issue inc a room move due to noise of main road in block 6. Ask to stay in block 8, 9 or 10 to be away from road noise. Food choices were great every day and poolbar snacks are plentiful as are drinks. Entertainment staff work hard and kids seem to like them. Lots of Dutch and French here and not many Brits which wasn't an issue for us. Sunbeds for us weren't an issue and did see pool guy removing towels that had been left on prior to 8.30am however if you get down for 8am and stay till 8.45am towels are fine whilst you have breakfast. Bus ride easy to Rhodes old town 2.20euros per adult one way. Definitely worth a visit. We hired a car which was very cheap from car rental company attached to hotel, good shout as meant we got to go to Waterpark in Faliraki and visit Lindos too. Both worth a visit and guy in rental shop was lovely and marked other places on map we stopped to look at on way back. Very cheap to eat and drink out also as we did on our last night. Lots of cats around on evening but if you ignore them they go away. Nice breeze at beach rather than at pool but it is stoney but not an issue for us. Lovely place to visit and would stay again.More
This summer we visited Avra Beach hotel for the second time.Once again the staff and the facilities were over our expectations.Hard-Working and with a big smile animator Balu and his team entertained us,the two barmen Kyriakos and Nikos made for us incredible tasty drinks,the Mr. maÃ®tre Nikos coordinated the situation in the restaurant and the result was amazing..The food was really nice,flavors from around the world took place in our dishes.Our room and all the places we sit were clean thanks to the kind stuff.The hotel is suitable for families because the animation team occupy the children so that they not become bored and the parents don't have to worry about them.Furthermore,the sea is next to the hotel and the guests do not have to cover long distances.Avra Beach you are the besttttttt!!More
ÎÏ Î±Î³Î³ÎµÎ»Î¯Î± Î£, ThessalonÃki, Thessaloniki, Greece
Not bad at all
Lovely location in the heart of Ixia. Really nice hotel. Rooms clean and comfortable although a little dated. Food was quite good and one of the best all inclusives I've been too. Didn't hang around for any of the evening entertainment as it was loud and very much for families. Would go back again one day.More
HCH630, Newport, United Kingdom
Not too shabby but not a 4 star, either
First off, the hotel is spotless, and the staff (with one exception) work very hard. The reception staff are really helpful and happy to share local knowledge. There is, however, a big difference between 4 star in Europe and 4 star in, say, Egypt. The hotel lacks a certain luxury; rooms are quite basic and this is the first hotel I have ever visited which does not have tea/coffee making facilities in the bedroom. I think this facility is essential and is something that really should be provided. In addition, there was a sense that there wasn't "quite enough" furniture. True, we went at the beginning of the school holidays but there were times when it was a struggle to find a table in the evenings and the sunbeds? just don't get me started. The hotel advertises the fact that they won't tolerate sunbed reservation and that between 8 and 8.30, any towels on unoccupied beds will be removed. On at least 3 days, 4 sunbeds remained reserved and unoccupied from when I looked from my balcony at 7.30 am until about 4 that afternoon. Infuriating. Finally, the food. First, there was always SOMEthing to eat; the salads were fresh, the watermelon and grapes were superb and the chips were some of the best I've ever had. BUT on more than one morning I noticed that the bacon was barely cooked; slices had been cooked, unseparated and only the top and bottom rashers had seen enough heat to cook them adequately with the ones in between scarcely cooked at all. The snacks, however, are woeful; piles and piles of dried up pizza squares and tired pastries which sit in a semi-hot cabinet all day long. The rolls weren't bad, but they are not date marked and I am not confident that they are rotated when new ones are added. The cakes are good but there is little or no variation and the only variation in the ice cream is the colour of it. One evening, I chose some "fish from the oven". When I looked beneath the sauce covering it, the fillet underneath was raw. We called the restaurant manager who told us it was just the type of fish and, that if you overcooked it, "it turns to cream". A poor explanation given that the other portions (which I wish I had taken) looked quite different - white and flaky as you would expect. I do know what raw fish looks like. I set the plate aside, uneaten, and decided not to take issue with the manager's offhand, arrogant attitude. However, two days later, my daughter had some chicken nuggets. She cut into one, and it was, literally, raw. Indeed every single one of the five she had served herself were uncooked and the chicken inside just raw flesh. Again we raised it with the restaurant manager, advising him not to tell us that if you overcooked nuggets, they turned to "cream". He was incredibly offhand and did not seem to be at all put out at our discovery. He did not offer an apology and, when we pointed out that this was serious he simply said he would inform the kitchen. In my book, he should have discretely approached ALL the diners who had nuggets on their plate, explained that there had been a problem in the kitchen and either have removed the food or instructed diners not to eat the offending nuggets. So, overall, the hotel has some redeeming features - especially its beachfront location and, with the exception of the restaurant manager, its helpful staff. Some of the evening entertainment wasn't bad and not so intrusive that you couldn't find a quieter spot outside to play cards. But it could be so much better - not least in ensuring that the food it offers is properly cooked and will not give the hotel's guest serious food poisoning. More
realaxing by the beach
had a lovely time here, plenty of things for the kids to do however the pool was not cleaned during the evenings so there was always sand in the pool in fact one day there was poo in the pool too. food is good but very repetitive but always hot. The sunbeds near the beach are lovely (if you want peace), beach is wonderful and showers at the ready, my only downfall was the stray cats one day the white cat with red eyes jumped on my bed while I was lying on it, I screamed and it did not move. The cats comes into the open restaurant ( should not be allowed )and people feed them its disgusting, try to keep the children away as they do attack the kids (seen it myself). plenty of lovely cocktails to try, nice chilled water all day, and plenty of snacks to keep you going. Only a bus ride to Rodus to the shops ,get your us ticket in hotel shop and bus straight across the road next to Chinese.More
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