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Stayed here for 11 nights with my husband in October and the weather was scorching. Rooms very small but clean, plenty of storage space but could do with some updating as a bit shabby in places. Staff come in everyday but Sunday to change towels...More
Returned from the castello de rhodi yesterday (21st oct) firstly we chose this hotel as the photos looked lovely and it wasnt the cheapest but nor was it the most expensive.on arrival at 2am we were offered the bar reopened for a drink which we...More
Hotel is tired in look and attitude. The public areas are unkept and the staff stand offish with no real customer facing abilities. The restaurant is no better than a seaside cafe and there are wasps everywhere. They can’t even stretch to a bowl of...More
The hotel is very old and could do with updating. Was very disappointed when I got to my room after having to find it myself. Was a small room and the bathroom area was even worse! Felt as though I was staying in a hostel...More
No frills, quiet and very friendly place to be. Family run hotel for people who choose to relax by the pool. Cleaning service nearly everyday. Comfortable beds. Easy bus transport to Rhodes and Faliraki. We enjoyed our stay.
US$34 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Markf1414 | Reviewed this property |
Hi I stayed there in May. The restaurant and pool is on the rooftop so quite a few steps to get up there (from memory thirty ish). The immediate area is not too hilly but turn left out of hotel then right and a bit of an... More
Hi I stayed there in May. The restaurant and pool is on the rooftop so quite a few steps to get up there (from memory thirty ish). The immediate area is not too hilly but turn left out of hotel then right and a bit of an incline to a restaurant. Not really a bar area, a bar in the hotel. Turn left out of the hotel and within 2 minutes there are about 4 restaurants, the nearest does alot of cocktails. If you want more bars Rhodes town (10 euros taxi) or faliraki have more. Hope that helps. I loved it there personally.