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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- Lifts: 1 in Activity building and 1 in Deluxe building
The ultimate family holiday
- Clubs for kids and teens
- 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
- 'i 5 Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. 1 visit to each of the 2 à la carte restaurants per week. Breakfast 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.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' Clubs
There’s clubs for all ages with our crèche, Little Stars for 3 to 5s, Super Stars for 6 to 8s, Mega Stars for 9 to 11s, and Escape - strictly for the over-12s. Some clubs have a Nintendo Wii™, some organise sports and quizzes, while others have just-plain-bonkers stuff like Water Walkerz.
With waterslides, not to mention an impressive adventure park.
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, bingo, kids' entertainment, karaoke, cabaret and colourful shows.
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Double room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children with 2 queen-size beds and a TV.
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 and dinner.
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Sorry for the delay in writing this had our summer holiday in school hols beginning of August me my wife and 9 year son booked in swim up deluxe payed the extra. £3500 for a week thats £500 a day expected alot better for the money entertainment team omg fantastic all staff truly are amazing smiles all the time high 5s going into restaurant food deluxe excellent for breakfast then up to entertainment side for buffet food easier with kid plenty choice always something different to eat glad we only went for the week could not do 2weeks punishment but thats just us its all inclusive because you're stuck in middle of nowhere taxi into Rhodes old town 35 each way are go on a sweaty bus swim up room made it for us deluxe pool always beds round pool everyone chilled rooms stunning would we go again NO definitely not worth the money met some great friends out there was a big plus drinks after 2 days fed up with lager loads shorts cocktails ended up buying cans Heineken from shop for a proper beer flights good people lovely staff love kids we had a fab time glad we went did loads of activities when you get there it takes about 3days to settle into being a kid again thats whatholiday villagers are for really if you can afford it go there Thanks to all entertainment team More
Had a great time ~ hated to leave!
My husband and I visited Holiday Village Rhodes from the 21st to 28th September. It was our first all-inclusive holiday and it was great! We wanted a place we hadn’t been to before; a place with sun for the time of year; a place with historical sites; we wanted to fly out of Stansted and didn’t want to worry about a thing. We found it! Our room was large, modern and spotless. Room service came every day. The grounds were very attractive and well-maintained. We stayed in the Active Area, which included the waterpark, entertainment area and the largest dining area. We still had access to the slightly quieter pools (with a swim-up bar), indoor pool, spa and adults-only evening entertainment on the Relax side. All the staff worked very hard and were extremely helpful and friendly. The food was plentiful with lots of choice. I have never seen so many salads. The buffets had all the usual fare and at every meal there might be a theme or something else special. Children and vegetarians are well catered for - you won’t go hungry! We made one day trip to Rhodes Old Town and Mandraki Harbour. Wow! It is not to be missed if you love history, culture and architecture. The bus stop is around the corner from the Holiday Village; easy enough to find. Everyone we encountered spoke at least some English, so language was never a problem. I never had to use my Greek phrase book! There were lots of activities to get involved with if you chose, but there was no pressure. There was an activity board that let you know what was going on and where. The entertainment team worked all day with the activities and then onstage in the evenings, first for kids and, afterwards, for the older guests. Remember, Holiday Village is a family resort. At the time of year we went, the children were very young; it might be a very different atmosphere during school holidays. The kids clubs and activities and attention paid to children was terrific! The economic problems of Greece is obvious in the surrounding area, with abandoned building sites and some places needing upgrading or maintenance, but this is not seen in the holiday resorts, which are lovely. The Greek people were very welcoming and we found prices reasonable. For the most part we had no complaints at all it would be these: Jacuzzi unheated (unheard of!). The red wine was not very nice. In the Greek a la carte onsite restaurant all they could offer me (a vegetarian) was a veggie burger and chips! I had hoped for an aubergine moussaka or something nice with filo pastry at least. Some people allowed their children to run around noisily during shows which was distracting. While Holiday Village Rhodes offers great relaxation, service, accommodation, food and activities to everyone, I think anyone with mobility problems would have a rough time of it off-site. We really loved our time at Holiday Village Rhodes and want to thank everyone there as well as Thomson and First Choice. We now want more sun and all-inclusives!More
Jeanne C, Harold Park
Perfect - for the kids. Get rid of the reps.
Amazing swim up family room. Clean and high quality. Pools lovely but I really would recommend specifying the relax side as this is where the swim up bar is and it's easy enough to go to activity side during the day for main meals and waterpark. Food great quality and pretty varied over a week (even sushi was good). Entertainment was great for the kids but damn I'm fed up of chocolatte... This is definitely a holiday for the kids and there is nothing to do out side of the hotel (the beach is pointless) but it's quick and cheap to hire a car in reception to travel to lindos etc where it's beautiful. The first choice reps (bar lucy) were awful, kids club had the kids sulk with me for a whole day for one two hour disco that was boring and some really bad service had by us but ultimately the kids had a once in a lifetime kind of holiday and loved every second. Local staff are brilliant and you can even buy all the inflatables needed cheaply downstairs. As long as you remember it's heaven for the kids there's plenty of luxury and rum to get you through the endless entertainment with a smile on your face.More
Plumty, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Superb family holday
We have just returned from spending half term week at Holiday Village Rhodes. I have to say it was the perfect getaway, better than I could have ever expected. The staff were all wonderful and without a doubt made the holiday what it was. We stayed in the deluxe area so was able to use the clubhouse restaurant as an alternative to the main restaurant. Having breakfast turned into our favourite part of our holiday, relaxed with gentle music playing in the background and as soon as your coffee cup was half empty it was filled back up again. We stayed in a swim up room which I think was well worth the money as there was no worry about sun bed reserving and I could watch the kids very easily, we didn't get sun on our patio until early afternoon but it wasn't a problem at all. The whole site was beautifully clean and the rooms were modern and spacious, the bathrooms were great with a massive shower with jets and a rainfall big shower head, as well as a separate bath. The activity side was only a short walk through the underpass and then there is all the entertainment a kid could want. Ours didn't take part in the entertainment so I can't go into any details, but from what I saw it was first class. There are loads of pools and bars, our kids especially enjoyed browsing the non alcoholic cocktail list and ordering themselves a drink! (I enjoyed a rhodes sunset or two as well!) we only managed to drag ourselves away for one day to go to visit Rhodes Old Town which was also an amazing trip. The main restaurant was fab with something for everyone, I was able to try some delicious Greek food while my fussy son was able to eat sausages and chips! We have returned feeling refreshed and relaxed and I would recommend this Holiday Village to any family whether you enjoy activity and entertainment or not. We can't wait to go back!More
Becky C, Exeter, United Kingdom
Great Holiday (where on earth did you complainers stay?)
Well, we had a fb time, no idea why people have COMPLAINED, especially about the pools being cold...Its OCTOBER, or did you not know that!? I stayed with my partner and our 11 yearold son and we had a great holiday, STAFF -Great, First Choice Team - Great, Rooms- Great, everything was good APART from the Mackem on the Ents team (Chris) Joking!... The only complaints I have are that the wine is really NOT GOOD, and that we tried booking the al a cartes on the first day to be told they were fully booked! However, guests who arrived 3 days AFTER we did managed to get booked in and dined there whilst we were still there? Not sure who is to blame for this? We always book hotels that have at least 2 al a cartes as the main restaurant can become a bit boring, this hotel has '3' and we were told they were fully booked despite noticing EVERY night that they were virtually EMPTY! This aside we loved our stay here and met a lovely family Clive, Debbie, Megan and ConnorMore
Shellell06, Newcastle, United Kingdom
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