Holiday Village Rhodes

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This stylish Holiday Village comes with all the usual stuff - loads of pool fun, sports, high ropes and great kids’ clubs. Plus it’s got plenty of restaurants, bars and a great choice of bedrooms - from standard and family, to swim-up rooms with a pool outside and deluxe which have the full works. You’re also close to Kolymbia resort centre and just a short walk from the beach.

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  • 2Floors
  • 314Rooms
  • Lifts: 1 in Activity building and 1 in Deluxe building

The ultimate family holiday

  • Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
  • Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
  • Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
  • Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
  • Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
  • 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

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.

Drink

Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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First Choice Kids' Club

First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.

Kids' pool

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.

Football Academy*

Sessions with FA or UEFA-qualified coaches for ages 5 to 16.

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double room

Double room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with a mini-fridge and 2 queen-size beds. There's no partition in these rooms.

deluxe double room

Deluxe double room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child with 1 queen-size bed, 1 armchair bed, mini-fridge, a TV, PS3®, bathrobes and slippers and a welcome pack. Located on the first floor. If you're staying in a deluxe room you'll have exclusive use of the deluxe area and can dine in the Clubhouse restaurant with exclusive use for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Amazing

We stayed here the first week in may 2013! After finding out i had booked the first week of the season i was a little worried.... But the place is amazing!!! We travelled as a family with a 5 and 4 year old and they had a fantastic time. We had a swim up pool which was beautiful. The food was nice fresh and i feel in live with the fresh beautiful salads and plenty of stuff for the kids to try too.... We watch a wedding over on the relax area of the resort and it was beautiful. Overall if you have children they will love it and if you don't i would ask why u want to go to a holiday village really ? the relax side is the best pool area to relax with a cocktail .... I would defiantly love to return to the holiday village ..... Thumbs up from us allMore

Mummyaddsparkle, Nottingham, United Kingdom

nice hotels

We stayed on a family holiday at Rhodes summer 2013. The rooms are large and luxurious. Large pool. Hotel staff nice and welcoming. The only thing we're disappointed him was the food. Supply of food at breakfast was quite thin from all the hotels we stayed in the past at Rhodes. The hotel's location is good and close to lots of attractions and reasonable price.More

tomb8787, London, United Kingdom

Great hotel - Ruined by guests

Stayed here last October so a bit late with my review. Hotel offers some of the best accommodation Ive stayed in, rooms are brand new and immaculate. Hotel Facilities are fantastic for Kids who should never complain of being bored - if they do I would say you need to take a good look at them...entertainers are hard working and are excellent and entertain kids from morning till night. The hotel is really on its own and doesn't really have loads to do around it - there is a small local town but I think since all the Hotels are AI and the financial crash in Greece most shops and bars are empty of customers and are selling stock that's about ten years old..which is sad really. The hotel restaurant is woefully too small for the size of the complex, it gets very busy although never a shortage of food..just ten other people queuing in front of you for it - food is good though. If you stay on the relax side the pool is in the shade most of the day and then you have to walk under an underpass to get to the activity side - this becomes a bit of a pain if you need to nip back to your room. Heated pool far too small, if you want a sun bed around this pool then set your alarm for about 6am - I witnessed a number of arguments here regarding towels and sun beds. My only real complaint regarding this place is that it is full of the sort of people who would go to Haven Holiday camps if they didn't get as much dole money, only here they get free Booze all day and take full advantage of it - and take it from me I like a drink. To sum up THIS IS BUTLINS IN THE SUN, not a problem if you like that sort of thing - I don't particularly so wouldn't stop at another holiday village again - no fault of the hotel though who provide great facilities.More

Arjan#2, Nottingham, UK

happy days at the Village

Traveled as a family of 7 including children and grand children Bit late with this review but what a great hotel. Split into 4 section and by roadways there are the Deluxe, Activity, relax and Tropical sections. We stayed in the Relax area but had use of all the hotels. Our room was second floor in the Relax area, which we had asked for, perfect, overlooking the pool area. Spotlessly clean and modern. There are swim up rooms but not for me as this isolate you from everything. There are several a la carte restaurants as well as the main buffet restaurant which had lots of choice as well as show cooking. First Choice entertainment team very active and involved everyone in their escapades. Staff really good and welcoming. Several pool areas and a small splash park, all with sunbeds and you can use any of them. Only down sides are that the hotel is not on the beach ( 500-700m away) and it was on the expensive side. Would I go again, probably.More

Rusty_SWales, S. Wales

A really fantastic family holiday in a very good family Hotel

We stayed in August 2013 after a long search for our first Family Holiday away with our young children (2.5 & 4.5 years of age) without grandparents! We had stayed in Villas before this in Portugal and Spain to give us the flexibility needed with young children, so this hotel needed to be right for us. After a long search on Tripadvisor, recommendations and reviews we opted for Holiday Village Rhodes. We stayed in a ground floor family swim up room in the Royal Deluxe Area. The Hotel as a whole is extremely good for families with excellent facilities, clean pools and nice guests. The Deluxe area in particular is superb and I would strongly recommend paying the extra to get a room here. It is separated from the main hotel and so has an air of exclusivity and calm about it; you can definitely feel where your extra money has gone. The family swim up rooms are great, with direct access to the pool, partitioned children room (sliding doors). The children’s room has two very comfortable single beds with enough floor space in between for a them to play, a Playstation (charge for controllers) and dedicated kids flat screen TV (built in DVD) and a lockable sliding door to the balcony with an extra lockable safety gate, should you want to leave the sliding doors open for some air. The adult bedroom area has a 40" flat screen TV, very comfortable King Size bed with nice bed linen and access to the en-suite. My wife and I travelled a lot on our own before children and we have stayed in some very good 5 star Hotels. What you must remember about a Hotel like the Holiday Village Rhodes, is that is purpose built for family holidays and caters for a lot of people. I would say that is a very good 5 Star rated family hotel, meaning that it has 5 star qualities with families and children in focus. If you are expecting the Bellagio or Burj al Arab, then you are misguided as this level of 5 Star hotel will be hard, if not impossible to find in Europe with the same level of care and attention for families at this cost. That said, with the Deluxe Area in mind you will receive a very good level of service; an exclusive restaurant, direct access to the spa, good availability of sun beds and the right sized pool for all the guests. We did not have a bad meal at any of the restaurants and ate at all of the a la carte restaurants - all are truly excellent but the Mexican and Italian restaurants are of particular note. The main restaurant is very busy and can get crowded but again, if you are in the Deluxe area it gives you the choice of going there if you want a livelier night. That said, the choice is excellent in the main restaurant and for our children, it was their favourite restaurant as there was typical "home" type fayre like fish fingers, nuggets. Spag boll and Heinz Ketchup. All staff were great but of particular note was Celina Savvouli Kleinen, the front office Manager. From start to finish she was the perfect host and attended to our requirements as if the hotel only had 20 guests staying. There was a small issue with our room one day and she personally ensured everything was sorted out for us. Thank you Celina, we hope to see you again in the future. We came away from the holiday relaxed, happy, with great family memories and with a feeling that, even though it had cost a significant amount of money, we had got a very good level of service and quality back. We also met some really lovely people and the kids made some great holiday pals. In summary, if you are looking for a holiday that provides excellent family services, with family 5 star level of qualities, a touch of class and you are prepared to pay for it, then book this hotel in the Deluxe Area, ideally with a family swim up room. The main hotel area is still very good and I am not sure of the cost difference, but I can understand why some people may feel it is a little busy. As a happy medium, the Relax area would be a good choice and I would suspect good value too. We will try one of the other Sensatori Hotels in 2014. The P Family St Albans, HertfordshireMore

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