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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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.
All are included except where indicated.
These six pools are split over three levels and are linked by waterfalls. You'll find organised pool games for you to take part in, plus sunbeds and parasols align the sun terraces for your use. Pool towels are available with a deposit.
International cuisine and show cooking are on offer at the Athena restaurant. Late Continental breakfast is served from 10am to 11am. Vegetarian and dietary requirements can be catered for too.
Raised on a level above the pool, Aphrodite's bar offers plenty in the way of snacks and drinks, with a spacious terrace filled with tables and chairs.
These simply furnished junior suites are designed to create a home from home feel. You’ll have a twin bedroom. There’s also a satellite TV, radio, fridge and minibar. Outside there’s a balcony overlooking the sea for that extra bit of space. And air-conditioning is available from May to October.
These royal 2 bedroom suites are spacious with a home-from-home feel. There’s 2 double bedrooms plus a lounge area and balcony with sea views. On arrival- you’ll have fruit and wine in your room. And there’s air-conditioning, minibar, flatscreen TV, radio and fridge.
Stayed for two weeks for the second time. Was a bit apprehensive as this was the first time I had ever returned to a hotel. But was a good move. Enjoyed the stay as much as the first time. Food was tasty with a good selection. Resturant has lovely views. Was nice to see lots of the same staff as in 2014. Had requested two rooms in a certain block next to each other, they got this spot on. Hired a car from reception which was straight forward only â¬40 a day. Reception organised a surprise delivery of flowers, to be put in room, they even came in a vase. The staff at this hotel work very hard and we're all very polite, even the lady who spends all day sweeping the pavements. Will return again for sure. More
Fab holiday, amazing hotel, beautiful views 5* views only issue was the rude reception staff which really let it down to start with we thought it was a language barrier but as holiday went it became clear it was not that they were just rude and very unhelpful! Food was good but very similar food every night which got boring being there for 2 weeks! Entertainment was very good best Iv ever seen in a hotel!! Airport was a nightmare defo advise the vip lounge as the checking in is a nightmareMore
Stayed at kalithea horizon hotel for last week in July 2016 I must say there is nothing negative to say the place is spotless everywhere the food is amazing there's so much to chose from drinks / cocktails/ prosecco plentiful staff are all great the entertainment is not the animation team there is a good variety of shows to see which is nice when you have dined I would highly recommend this hot and would defiantly returnMore
Karen W, 3410380
The hotel is nice and even if you go all inclusive you still won't get the same benefits as if you book through the German part of Thomson. You have to pay for using the beach and the beach bar. Also the staff at the restaurants treat you better and reserve you tables if your German. If your English your lucky if they even smile at you let alone get a drink. When you do order a drink getting the one you ordered is pot luck. The cleaning staff are very good and do clean your rooms to a high standard. The reception staff this year were very friendly too. Especially the last night when waiting for the coach. We were looked after very well. The entertainment was ok although the kids club was fantastic my daughter loved the staff there. She never wanted to miss a session. In the evening at the safari bar was always busy to a point you would be at the bar 20 mins waiting to be served. This wasn't because the staff were lazy but they didn't have enough staff on. The only other point is the pools. People would put towels on the beds early morning and wouldn't use them till the afternoon. No one monitors this so there were times that we would come to the pool after sight seeing and have no were to put our things. I would go back as I can put up with rude waiters and the resort is nice and in a good location. More
We have just returned from the most incredible 10 days in this fabulous hotel. In a party of 12, my family of 4 had never done all inclusive, it didn't really appeal, but the holiday was booked by our in laws and I can say we are all converted! The hotel is in the most amazing location, sea views in every direction, with views to Rhodes Town one way and Kalithea Springs to the other. The restaurant Athena has incredible views, especially if you sit in the Acropolis. We had 5 rooms, 3 had sea views, 2 had garden views (sea could be seen if you stood on the low patio wall!) Rooms cleaned and beds made every day. Air conditioning was included and an absolute must, as it was mid 30's every day. Small mini bar in room, re-stocked a couple of times, but plenty of refreshments available at all times from different locations. We used Mythos pools and we did have to be up early to get sunbeds (especially as we wanted 12!) Cleopatra and all the staff lovely and friendly, drinks and snacks plentiful all day and the highlight was Aqua Zumba with Panda! If you had told me I'd be doing Aqua Zumba I never would have believed you, but Panda's enthusiasm is infectious, as is the chance to splash everyone silly! We ate mainly in Athena restaurant (found Thalassa too hot and hectic when we went there for breakfast) and there is a good selection of food. Breakfast has every food known to man, from continental, to full English, Greek yoghurt, pancakes, waffles, fruits, pastries and fresh bread all baked on premises. Dinner was a various selection of Greek food, pasta, grilled meat, salads...the list is endless. Entertainment is good quality too (sadly never made it to Panda's regular Zumba in Safari bar!) Greek night is good fun, with dancing and Greek music. My only complaint would be lack of wifi, in Safari bar only, and if you go when it's busy it is very slow. You can pay for wifi in reception however. And yes, you do occasionally get a whiff of sewage, but having been to Greece a lot this is something we have encountered before. The hotel is set out almost like a village, and is a pleasure to walk around,the oath around the headland from Athena restaurant is particularly stunning. The beach is nice, but you have to pay for beds and in the bar there. All staff very pleasant, you are taken to your room in van or golf buggy, and asked on arrival if you want something to eat. I can't rate the hotel highly enough, I have got serious holiday blues and wish we had stayed for longer! More
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