This popular little hotel has a great location on a private beach, just outside Rhodes Town.
This small hotel offers up a wide choice of rooms, bungalows and suites. It overlooks Ixia’s bay, and is just a 5-minute walk from shops and bars. You’re just a 10-minute drive from Rhodes Town.
There are 4 pools with the rooftop one a real favourite with guests. Just a few levels below are a buffet restaurant, complete with great sea views from the terrace, and a piano cocktail bar, too.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Late breakfasts. Snacks. Ice-cream.
Local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.30-23.30.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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2 outdoor pools
With sunbeds, parasols, towels and a feature waterfall.
Evening entertainment programme
With themed Greek nights with professional shows and live music.
For ages 16 and up. The spa takes centre stage here, offering the ultimate in luxurious treatments. Choose from facials, body wraps, hydrotherapy, hammam, massages, couples treatments, manicures, pedicures, waxing, aromatherapy and reflexology.
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Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
Bungalow with Balcony or Terrace
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A fabulous hotel. Staff are amazing, friendly, more than brilliant!
Rooms were spotless, very comfortable with superb sea views. Buffet breakfast and evening meal were amazing. Everything was super delicious. Catered for vegetarians and vegans. Top quality. Entertainment was great but unfortunately was not on every night.More
Not a 5☆ Hotel
The hotel is ran brilliant. Staff are amazing, nothing to much trouble. Its not a 5 star. Entertainment not really good. Animation team was none existence on our second wk. Room for entertainment not big enough, struggle to get seats to be together. Food was good loved our Chinese man doing the cooking. We had a sea view but never got any sun on the balcony. Sun bed saving is horrendous! !!!!!!!! Putting towels on at 7.30 in a morning !!!!!!! Not good. Short walk to bars etc ouside but most where closing down. No toilets, bar on beach bit bad that part. Been enjoyed but wouldn't return.More
What can I say about the Amathus, amazing, brilliant, fantastic!! We arrived late at night flying from Leeds Bradford to Rhodes airport and coach from there to the hotel, approaching from the road, it looked beautiful. Walking into the HUGE lobby, the gentleman on the desk was very very polite and courtious, check in was very quick, we got a safe key and our card keys. He informed us that we had been upgraded to a sea view, rooms 433 and 434 on the forth floor. We were asked if we would like the porter to take up our luggage, but we said we would be fine. We took one of the three lifts to the forth floor, again another large lobby... we found our room, very nice, it was a twin, very clean, with complimentary water and fruit. Looking out of the balcony we could see the pool and palm trees, it was very quiet and very dark. The following morning the view from the balcony was breathtaking, the sea was blue and very calm and you can see Turkey very clearly, beautiful. We didn't get bored of the view, stunning. Breakfast was from 8 till 10. On floor 10. When you arrive at the restaurant you are greeted by the room manager who takes your room number, every time you visit. They show you to your table and the waiters take you drinks order after taking your room number.... we later found out the reason for this is keep track of what's been drunk for their numbers, you receive a chitty that you sign... no charge... every time you order food and drink you get a chitty / receipt. Food is buffet style with lots to choose from, salads, hot food, soups, traditional Greek food, very very nice.... the puddings were amazing! We were all inclusive and so when you look at the drinks menu for instance, if it had PP (premium package) next to the price it's in the all Inc, if it didn't, then you can have it added to you room and pay when you leave, but honestly there was so much drink to choose from you didn't have to buy! The same applied at lunch, room number as you arrived and the table, lunch was on floor 11, the top floor, an amazing view! Again buffet style, but outdoors and undercover if you wanted. Dinner ( or tea time if you're from yorkshire) is the same again, but men must wear smart trousers, no shorts. We were told you must be smartly dressed, no sports shoes, tracksuits, t shirts etc, but many of the men wore them, defo no shorts though. Entertainment on an evening was, erm interesting I think because it was end of season for them, we left on the 28th October, and the hotel closes for the winter on the he 2nd November, as does the whole of Rhodes! We had Greek night, Greek dancing, and two 80s nights which were singers. I have to mention the lovely Stamatis, the bar manager who we first met on on our first night for sandwiches in the the top bar. Who looked after us all the nights he was working. And not forgetting Georgia, she was as like our personal bar maid... she knew exactly what we wanted, we never had an empty glass. ... cocktail after cocktail after cocktail.... ( Georgia is in the photo with us, with curly hair) The pools were cold, very very cold you have been warned, the indoor pool and jacuzzi were lovely. We didn't use the sauna or spa, only because we didn't want to, not our thing. There were a lot french people. I'll say no more, only because I don't want to offend. I cannot think of anything bad to say, at all. All the staff are polite and kind and happy to help. You must go into Rhodes old town, it is beautiful. Cafe's, shops, they do ask you to come in but no where near all much as they do in Turkey. There is the port where the BIG cruise ships dock and some beautiful private yaughts! There seems to be no road laws... they don't stop at zebra crossings, you have to just go for it and hope they stop! You can catch a bus from just outside the hotel into Rhodes at €1.90 each, you get off at the station and walk 10 min into the old town. Overall, a brilliant holiday, beautiful hotel, beautiful island... 10/10 Thank you for an amazing holiday. More
A Great All Inclusive Holiday - definitely recommended
The family and I have a great week at the Amathus, I wouldn’t say it was a 5 star experience, but not a million miles away from it. Pros: - Very friendly and attentive staff (with the odd exception). Of particularly note were: --- Evangelia in the restaurant, you couldn’t ask for a more friendly and helpful person to meet, greet and seat you. --- Stamatis Head Barman, super friendly and welcoming, completely dedicated to ensuring you have a good time. --- Alex also behind the bar, hardworking and efficient. --- Lia in the Spa, absolutely passionate about her work. --- Christina a waitress in the restaurant, focused and hardworking. - The all buffet food was very good, a huge selection with new things every night of the week. We ate something different every day. - Multiple pools. - Private tunnel under the road to a private beach. - Clean and tidy hotel. - Full service Spa on site. - Regularly serviced bus stop right out the front. - Car hire rep inside the main reception from Galaxy car rental, who completely coincidentally I'd already researched and chosen as one of the best rated car hire companies on Rhodes. - Several “hotel cats” to stroke and sneak food to! :) Cons: - The unheated pools were cold at the end of the season. - The wine included in the “Premium Package” all-inclusive deal was barely passable. - The wasps at the outdoor pool restaurant on the 11th floor, easily 20+ flying around looking for food during lunch times. I’m not aware anyone was stung all week, but it’s not pleasant to eat whilst being buzzed by a wasp or 3. There was no evidence of wasp traps or Waspinators to try to control them. If I were to revisit Rhodes, would I go back to Amathus? Possibly. I’d probably like to try somewhere new to be honest, which is probably why I’ll be unlikely to return to Rhodes. But for a 1st visit, if you're in the market for an all inclusive package 10 mins from Rhodes town, I’d be happy to recommend you stay at Amathus and go via Jet2, who we were also very happy with, with both flights hassle free and on time.More
Colin M, 187069
Nice public areas, horrendous room.
The public areas of the hotel are smart, clean and pleasant. We had room 413, booked as part of a Thomas Cook Signature holiday, and this room was filthy and poorly mantained. The balcony overlooked tennis courts, which were used by staff playing football, hence no privacy, or quiet when they were. Please have a look at the photo's from our room, and decide for yourselves. We were offered a better room when we complained - in their suites, at an extra price of 150Euro pppn. The location is a little on the poor side, there are a few bars/restaurants within walking distance along the main road, but if I were to book again, firstly it would be a different hotel, and secondly, it would be somewhere closer to Rhodes town - about 9Euro away in a taxi.More
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