This hotel has 6 scene-stealing pools set over 3 levels. The beach is just a short drive away, too.
This hilltop hotel really captures the views across the Bay of Kalithea and the rocky beach below can be reached on foot. Talking of transport, the local bus gets to Faliraki in 10 minutes, Rhodes Town in 20.
The hotel shares things with Kalithea Mare Palace, so you get a lot for your money. For starters, there are 6 pools – 3 of which cascade down from each other. You’ve got a choice of restaurants, and a handful of bars, too.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals.Show cooking. Late Continental and early breakfasts. Snacks. Picnics on request. Ice-cream.Tea, coffee and biscuits.
Unlimited selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including draught beer, spirits, wine.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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6 outdoor pools
Over 3 levels, linked by cascading waterfalls, pool games are also organised. Sunbeds are available, pool towels require a deposit.
Athena international restaurant
For international cuisine and show cooking. Late Continental breakfast served from 10am to 11am. Vegetarian and dietary requirements can be catered for.
Kids' club at Kalithea Mare
The hotel runs a kids' club at the sister hotel Kalithea Mare. Sessions are held every day except Friday.
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superior twin room with sea view
Superior twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3, with radio, air-conditioning from May to October, bathrobes, slippers and DVD and CD player.
twin with limited sea view
Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3, with radio and air-conditioning from May to October.
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Stayed here for a week in September 2014. On our many holdays to the Med my wife and I have never gone back to the same hotel twice. We like a change. But having stayed here in 2014 we are going back again in 2015. It really is good enough to break our nornal practice. Do get a superior sea view room (or any sea view room) if poss - well worth the extra. Site a bit larger than expected and hilly. Seaview restaurant can be a bit of a scrum, but food good. Evening entertainment cannot be seen by many folk - they need to raise the stage up. But these are minor quibles: room, view, standards, staff, all high scoring.More
A pity we missed 2013 because TUI had no more flights from Budapest. So 2014 we bought ourself tickets and a taxi, and booked Hotel Only via TUI. We were positive surprised by the big extension of the sunbeds near pool bar Aphrodite. Also a new walking path along the beautifull coast between Aphrodite and the beach. What will be next?? We enjoyed the warm welcome from waiters and staff in Athena restaurant, recognizing each other. Also the improvement off the chairs in Athena with a washable white cover, this was an excellent idea. General: Good food in both Athena and Thalassa, a fine room (superior sea view), very good entertainment, snorkeling and swimming in the hotel owned beach side, sunbeds near Mythos Pool bar in the green grass, well kept gardens and flowers all around. Evening entertainment on three spots, Kalithea mainbar, Helios Bar and in the Safari cafe, a wide variation I never saw before. Reason to make a new reservation, this time second week july 2015. We see forward to meet againMore
Martinus R, Budapest
We visited Rhodes at the end of the season and were completely spoilt starting from the checking in and finishing with the checking out. The reception staff was extremely helpful and quick and we had a proper lift to our room with the sea view.to be honest it was an apartment really with 2 rooms and a nice bathroom. After a tiring day we could choose between having a bath or a shower. This complex hotel had 2 restaurants with unlimited variety of gorgeous food and drinks. You could eat or just have a snack at any time of the day.the number of swimming pools was difficult to count but the minus was that water temperature was rather low and definitely lower than sea . All surroundings were kept immaculately clean . The hotel owns its own private beach with good facilities to rest and swim. The disadvantage is that you have to pay for the sunbeds and for snacks at the beach bar. I think we will visit this hotel once again especially when for the farewell we received some special gifts.More
Sonofmyparents, Scarborough, United Kingdom
On the 15 Oct took a late break with my better half , and must say what a great choice of hotel and venue . Hotel ticked all the boxes , food was lovely ,staff all very nice and friendly nothing was to much trouble , loved the beach great for snorkelling bur a bit rocky ,even though you had to pay a extra 5 euros per day for 2 but was well worth it ! Had a superior sea view room was very nice , beds a bit hard , Not a good choice if you can not walk up hills as most rooms had a walk to get to food recipition ect , I used the gym every morning and must say it could do with some new kit as weight all rusty and old and very dated . But all in all it was one of our best hols we have had and hope to go back next year and treat all my family if i can save up enough dosh , ThanksMore
clive865, Gloucester, United Kingdom
Never having been on an All inclusive package I was apprehensive, I prefer to do my own thing, but my mind is changed. The hotel is lovely, not a great big building but lots of smaller buildings in lovely gardens. The walk along a 'cliff path' to the beach was good, as was the fact that you walked through the grounds to the bars and restaurants, like being in a village. We had a superior room with sea view, it was big and comfy. I liked the fact there was even an airer on the balcony for wet towels etc. Fridge topped up with water, lemonade and beer every 3 days or so. Shampoo and shower gel replenished at end of 1st week (we were there 2 weeks). Plenty of bars of soap left. We prefer quiet so sat by Mythos pool, the cocktails are mixed more carefully there also. Don't forget insect repellent and bite relief, though they sell both in the shop. Also take beach shoes to wear if you are going swimming/snorkelling, it is VERY rocky. Took packed lunches out most days as we explored around island. They are basic but can easily be supplemented with stuff from the breakfast buffet. Bus stop right outside hotel for Rhodes and for Lindos but also lots of taxis vying for your trade. Twice we shared taxis with others at bus stop for the same price as the bus. The bus timetable changed for the last week of our stay so we didn't get to Kamiros, which we could have done if we'd gone the first week, otherwise the bus service was good.More
Cheetah333, East Anglia
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