The Blue Sea Beach Resort packs in a triple helping of pools. Plus, it’s right on the edge of a Blue Flag beach.
Carefully-combed gardens are all that separates the Blue Sea Beach Resort from a long strip of sand. It’s 10 minutes’ taxi ride to Faliraki, and 15 to the Medieval city of Rhodes.
The property is designed to make the most of the sweeping sea vistas. The best view is from the beach bar, which is pulled up right against the sand.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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2 outdoor pools
These pools are both pretty big, they're surrounded by wooden decking and straw parasols.
The main restaurant offers a range of buffet meals.
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Family Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony
Twin Room with Inland View and Balcony
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The best hotel I've ever been to
I really enjoyed my stay in this hotel. At first we got a really poor room, there was a constant noise, construction works next to it, but after talking with the administrator, we got a new room that met all the desires. The swimming pool is tidy, the food is very diverse and delicious, always fresh. Animators have come up with lots of fun from morning to evening. Barmen are very polite, making great cocktails. The environment is very tidy, the staff is polite. If I went back to Rhodes, I would definitely stay in this hotel again.More
Gabija A, 274951
Took my wife and two children 13 and 6 here back in August. Transfer from the airport was 35 mins and check in was a breeze. Weather was beautiful and staff were friendly. Room was a tad dated but more than fine a 10 day holiday.More
Fab 10 day holiday
Stayed at this hotel for 10 nights from 18th October, honestly can't fault the place. Lovely food, great staff and good size family rooms. 1st hotel I've been to where you don't struggle for sunbeds, we were a group of 10 and never once had a problem getting beds. We were very much out numbered by German guests but we all just mixed in with no problems, would definitely recommend this hotelMore
Very nice hotel!
We have spent a week in this hotel in October. Very friendly staff, great barman`s and extremly good cleaners! The room was very clean! The food is good and drinks OK. The anination team was great, but to much for German people only. We wanted a relaxing week, and that is exactly what we got. Good hotel!More
Hannes E, 274952
Relaxing week, lovely staff
We have just spent a week in this good hotel. With it being half term we had expected it to be full of screaming children, however we were pleasantly surprised at the small amount of children around. For a large hotel the food was very good, it would have been good to have had more fish on the menu. Most of the staff are delightful and seem to enjoy working for this hotel and their owners, with many of them coming back every year. There are a few negatives, the outside and lounge areas do not have enough seats and especially when it is raining, it is chaos. The restaurant has signs up asking you not to wear shorts or beachwear to dinner, not once did we see the restaurant manager politely ask guests to respect this. The dining room, like many large hotels is quite noisy, although not as bad as some. We arrived at 11.15pm and were tired and hungry, after a long journey, having read other reviews on TripAdvisor for this hotel where the staff had put food and drink in the their room fridge, we were disappointed that this was not the case for us, and only had a bottle of water and two very hard bread rolls with the smallest piece of cheese in them. Despite the bad start, this is a nice hotel, our bedroom was clean and very quiet, away from the main bar area. The views are fantastic. We wanted a relaxing week, and that is exactly what we got.More
Catherine W, 1959507
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