You can expect non-stop activities, loads of pools and an adventure splash park at this 5-star hotel.
Holiday Village Rhodes gets top marks for its pool scene – you’ve got lively ones, quiet ones, and a massive splash park with slides and a lazy river. As for bedrooms, they’re really smart, with design-mag décor.
The restaurant count includes a trio of à la cartes, and when it comes to activities, stuff like kayaking, football and tennis is on the agenda. The beach is only a 5-minute walk away, too.
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Buffet meals. 1 visit to the Mediterranean and Greek à la carte restaurants per week and 1 visit to the Tex Mex restaurant per stay. Breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Clubhouse for deluxe guests. Snacks. Ice-cream.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00.
All are included except where indicated.
This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.
With waterslides, not to mention an impressive adventure park. For the 3 larger slides here, kids need to be at least 10 years old, or over 1.2m in height from the shoulders down. And for the smaller slide, at least 6 years old, or over 0.9m from the shoulders down. The pirate ship is suitable for kids of all ages.
Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers, offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. The programme includes themed and party nights, pop shows, kids' entertainment and colourful shows. And from time to time, there's also bingo and cabaret.
Double room sleeps up to three with a queen-size bed and an armchair bed. There's no partition in these rooms. This room is in the activity area in the main building.
These swim-up rooms sleep up to three adults or two adults and one child with 1 queen-size bed, an armchair bed, mini-fridge, a welcome pack, bathrobes and slippers, a TV and PS3®. This room is in the deluxe area, you'll have exclusive use of the deluxe area and can dine in the Clubhouse restaurant with exclusive use for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
This was the first holiday village we had been too and was a bit sceptical with the all inclusive bit... OMG its incredible on every level. When you go away you want the hotel to have that special feel it goes beyond that very lovely indeed. The food is gorgeous with gala nights one night was fish so yhey had smoked salmon, caviar and an array of canapÃ©s. Kids love it the widgets are a bit annoying but that bit is for the kids. The staff make you feel very welcome. In a great area with lots to see. Hire a car and see the sites.More
We had such a good holiday , this been our 4th holiday village. the kids loved the entertainment. food was outstanding, rooms were outstanding. hotel as a whole unbeliveable . can be a little expensive depending on time you travel but worth itMore
We stayed here for one week last august. Beautiful hotel. We stayed in a swim up room and I wouldn't pay extra again for a swim up. It's in the shade all day, however beautiful hotel, great staff. Food beautiful, rooms spotless. I feel the hotel is based more for younger children my girls were 9 and 13. Would recommend a trip to the old town it's lovely. Tsamika beach is beautiful and its a cheap bus ride away.More
We booked for two weeks at the Holiday Village Rhodes resort as a family of four in August 2014, my boys aged 12 and 16. We stayed in a swim-up room in the Relax area of the complex which we personally found to be the better area for our needs, primarily as our children are older and it was not necessary to be in the hub of all the activities, especially as the majority of clubs/entertainment is aimed at younger children. I had spent months leading up to our holiday reading reviews but I would recommend you keep an open mind as it really does come down to personal choice. This is a family hotel, ie lots of kids so expect a bit of noise, but in a happy holiday sense of the word, most people we met were friendly and polite as were the children. We had a family room with separate partition which was clean and roomy, the ensuite was great with a big bath, separate shower, toilet and sink. Plenty of hot water, shower and shower in bath were powerful enough, but not the hairdryer - take your own. The partition does not go up to the ceiling and the details tell you this, so you can hear each other! Room was cleaned daily, cleaners lovely, they don't change towels every day (eco thing) unless you leave them in a heap in bathroom they'll change them. Plenty of storage space but lack of hangers, I took my own cheap plastic ones. Pools and surrounding areas kept clean, pool can be cool but lovely in the heat, and are no deeper than an adult's chest so great for walking to the pool bar to bring drinks back to your balcony! Food we found very good - great choice, great kiddies section and hot - saw chefs regularly taking food trays off and renewing them even with food left over - never had any tummy trouble - you can feel safe your children will be eating well cooked food. Snacks at relax bar were just rolls or ice cream (very nice) and over activity bar did salads and hot food: nuggets, kebabs, fries, pizza which are popular as a light snack rather than hitting the restaurant. Drinks we found fine too, especially the cocktails and slushies. The alcoholic drinks may be a bit weak from the pool bars but who wants anything too strong in the heat of the day? At night the alcoholic drinks were definitely much stronger. All wine was poor, however much we tried could never finish a glass - stick with prosecco which was fine. Dress code for dinner is trousers for men, but this is not adhered too because really the staff are too nice to say anything to upset anyone! This was our only grumble, I would suggest they change this rule to smart casual, i.e. tailored shorts/polo top for men, there were a few men who would turn up in sports shorts, flip flops and vests which I think was awful but I have to say all the ladies dressed very well! Entertainment: couldn't meet a better bunch of guy and girls, they put their all into it day in day out, yes some is cheesy, but the kids love it and there are some fantastic acts and boy can the team sing and dance in that heat - you're on holiday, go with the flow and enjoy it for what it is, our favourite night was the charity night. This is a Greek 5 star family holiday, not The Ritz, you can let your hair down and relax and that's exactly what the staff want you to do. The staff make this hotel, nothing too much trouble, managers always around to talk to you, they love to see you and the children having a good time (they all really do like to interact with all the kids).This is not a rowdy hotel at all, once the entertainment finishes it all goes very quiet, as you'd expect with a family hotel. There is a very hand supermarket on site for anything you forget, prices a bit more than others off site, leave the Deluxe entrance turn left then right (also 2 cash machines along the road too) and also large one if turn left from main entrance to end of road. George's shop from the main entrance (turn right then left) is a great for inflatables and goggles, he is such a lovable guy and will help you with anything you need! We took Euros in addition to a cash passport card but found most of the shops and on-site supermarket took the card so no need to take loads of cash - recommend you use the security box for the 35 euros. Beach great for snorkeling, jet skiing etc, lovely warm sea but not sandy. Kolymbia town is a bit scruffy round the edges but was adequate for somewhere to walk to in the evening and buy souvenirs, mixture of Russian and English tourists. We did no trips, just wanted to chill out, and it was fine for us. Think our boys are probably a bit old for this hotel but that's not to say there weren't other teens there, but far less for them to do. All in all we had a great holiday, we've been spoiled having a swim-up room and would only choose this again.More
NicJoy46, Surrey, United Kingdom
My family and I were highly disappointed with this hotel. We wasn't aware it was an English only hotel we normally like a Hotel with some different culture. For the same price we have travelled to the carribean. The hotel can not be faulted for its cleanliness though. Food is a very small choice they say a la carte but its the same stuff as the buffet and not of high quality at all. The water park was good for our daughter and the kids club she found ok but activities were repetitive and not as exciting as some of the other hotels we have stayed with. The rooms were extremely clean and quiet comfortable other than that I don't feel the hotel has a lot going for it.More
daisyw361, London, United Kingdom
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