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.
Hotel-run kids' club at Kalithea Mare
At the sister hotel Kalithea Mare. Sessions held every day except Friday.
Rooms ► View all
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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we had the best holiday ever was perfect from start to finish we arrived in the early hours got driven to our room the complex is massive and luggage carried up to room then a nice surprise in the room was a bottle of wine water juice and filled rolls everywhere is spotless the food was amazing so much variety had fun learning the zumba dances and had endless cocktails and met Marcus the waiter so friendly and engaged in fun conversations each night at the bar so many pools to choose from and the 3 jacuzzis was a surprise top marks to this hotel cant wait to return More
Just returned from a brilliant week at the Kalithea Horizon Royal. Have never stayed in a place so clean and meticulous as this. Such a credit to all the staff working there - an amazing job by all. Can't say enough about the amazing pools, views, food, and service. Will definitely return!!! More
After two glorious weeks at Kalithea Horizon Royal in July this year, we decided to return for a late October break. Our second visit to the resort did not disappoint, so much so we have already booked to return for a third time - July 2015. The hotel has many qualities: the beautiful sea views, the comfortable and spacious rooms, the exquisite food and service, animation team (especially the zumba classes) but above all the friendly staff who make you feel extremely welcome. On both holidays most evenings were spent in the Safari Bar where staff went out of their way to make us feel welcome and relaxed (Theodora and Xristos deserve a special thank you). Ilias, who worked at the Delfina Restaurant, also looked after us very well. Although there are very few bars/tavernas in walking distance, Falaraki and Rhodes town are only a short drive away (about 15 minutes by taxi). Rhodes old town is especially worth a visit: during our second trip we spent two wonderful days exploring the cobbled streets of this historic and quaint town. We are counting down the days until our next visit!! The Hamilton Family (North Wales)More
paula h, Wrexham, United Kingdom
Oct 9 Having recently returned from Hotel Horizon Royal in Kalithea Rhodes we thought weâd give our views on the experience. One word; fantastic. We were a little trepidatious in view of some of the reports. We neednât have worried. We had a standard room which was as good and spacious as the superior room we had last year in Minorcaa. Spacious, clean and a decent view. Probably the best hotel weâve stayed in all our holidays to Greece and Spain. It couldnât be faulted for cleanliness. We didnât see a spill or dirty area anywhere. The pools were spotless at all times. As soon as anything was dropped or spilt it was cleared up immediately. There were plenty of sun beds available, providing you didnât want to always go by the Athena pools. Yes, people did put towels on sun beds to reserve them, but it wasnât only the usual suspects. Plenty of Britâs did the same thing. At the Mythos pools and other areas there were always plenty of sun beds spare. At the height of the season there will always be a âraceâ for the beds. The food was fantastic. There was always plenty of choice, even towards the end of meal times. You could have a different meal every day for at least 14 days. Anyone who complains about the food is really being a bit fussy. There were different meats and vegetables at main meals so you have different combinations. Breakfast was also as good. If anything, there was too much choice and overate on more than one occasion. There were complaints about the drain smells. If youâve been to Greece before youâll know that itâs always a problem with drains. There were some smells, by my accommodation for one, but nothing I havenât experienced before in other resorts and nothing that would put me off going there again. There was a bit of a problem with flies. Possibly caused by food being dropped around the place or on balconies. If you must have wifi on holiday, get a life. Thereâs more to life than the internet. Give your phone a rest. Apart from a couple of texts my phone stayed in the safe except when my camera packed up towards the end of the holiday. We found no difference in service towards Britâs than to other nationalities. At the main bar we got seen to as quickly as anyone else. The same in the main restaurant. If youâre polite to people and talk to them it goes along way to better relations. For those who thought they were being conned in some way, the blue bands were for German visitors who paid more for their holiday to include sun beds and meals down on the beach. Most others had yellow bands, except for the half boarders. You had to pay for sun beds on the beach because it is separate from the hotel. As far as the staff is concerned, they were all polite and helpful. The only slight problem was understanding sometimes what they were saying. If you are patient and listen carefully all becomes clear. The Thomson rep, Danielle, was brilliant. Nothing was too much trouble. She gave a short concise briefing at the meeting. She didnât ramble like some weâve come across. The only downside is the location. Itâs a bit isolated. But if you do your research youâll know that before you get there. Kalithea Springs nearby is only about 15 minâs walk. If youâre feeling fit Falirakiâs only about an hours walk away. Buses were plentiful, cheap and yes, crowded. So what? Get on and get around. They were no worse than other parts of Greece or Spain. Would I recommend the hotel? Definitely. Alan & Elaine NightingaleMore
Alan N, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Nice hotel, great holiday
Hotel is very modern and clean. It is a big complex and we were literally in the room the furthest away from the restaurant. Food choice and quality were good. Rooms spacious and clean. Disappointed in charge for wifi. Beer nice, wine iffy. Rola-Cola. The site shop was very limited for stock. There is nothing else in the area, but there was plenty going on in the various hotel bars by way of entertainment. Less than 10 mins in a cab to Rhodes Town, which was lovely by day, but dead in the evening. More
Gazleigh, Manchester, United Kingdom
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