The 10 Best Hotels in Rhodes for 2020/2021
The top 5 hotels in Rhodes
Enjoy the timeless splendour of the Dodecanese with a stay in historic Rhodes. Our 5 top hotels offer sumptuous sea views and mesmerising landscapes upon arrival.
Our best hotels in Rhodes
From glorious infinity-style pools to breathtaking island vistas, the Aquagrand is among Rhodes' most luxurious getaways. The hotel is brimming with exceptional facilities, including sumptuous spa treatments, waterfront yoga and a plenitude of delectable bars and restaurants. Rooms are equally superb, with pretty balcony views and spacious interiors.
This hotel is a sumptuous escape featuring exotic ponds, enticing sea views and rejuvenating leisure facilities. With excellent connections to historic Rhodes Town, the hotel benefits from a tranquil location hidden on the coast. Rooms are cool and crisp with contemporary furnishings and calming splashes of blue.
Enjoy this attractive and traditional village hotel which brims with old-world Greek charm. The hotel complex offers impressive sea-view vantages from every corner of the resort, with a beach accessible via a short, leafy trail. Rooms are bright, airy and delightful, with balcony views across the sea or pretty gardens.
Nestled on an eye-catching stretch of coastline just 4 km from Rhodes Town, this luxury resort is set on 80 acres of private grounds. Enjoy awakening spa treatments and first-rate sports facilities in tranquil, landscaped surrounds. Rooms are suitably elegant, with sea-view balconies and charming modern furnishings.
This paradisiacal resort is the perfect romantic retreat in Rhodes. With an impeccably modern design, you'll find candle-lit night-time swims, gorgeous seafront views and indulgent gastronomic delights. The resort is also loaded with grand facilities and services, from palatial spas to a multitude of tranquil pools.
Services will you find in our hotels in Rhodes
- Free Wi-Fi
- Room service
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Luxury toiletries
- Flatscreen TVs
- Luxury bathrooms
- Swimming pools
- Spa treatments
- Sports facilities
- Well-stocked bars
- Choice of restaurants
Going on holiday in Rhodes
Rhodes and the Dodecanese can be fantastic destinations all year round. Peak travel is at the height of summer in July and August. Accommodation tends to book up quickly and the weather is at its warmest. If you can bear the crowds, it's among the most romantic times to visit. Springtime, especially around May, is a fantastic alternative period as the sea warms up and better resort deals are available. You can also consider September and October as late-season alternatives, with warm hiking weather and pleasurably views. Although Rhodes remains beautiful outside of these travel times, many restaurants and attractions close on the island.
Hotel offers at Rhodes convenient for all kind of travel
Rhodes is a versatile island with much to offer travellers. Rhodes is among Greece's most timeless islands, loaded with history and atmospheric ruins. As such, it’s an immensely romantic destination that’s perfect for couples and anniversaries. Families will find much to do too, especially if the little ones are fascinated with history. There are also unbeatable beaches and coastal paths to explore as a family. Just remember that some resorts welcome adults only. Groups of friends will find much to enjoy in hubs like Rhodes Town and Faliraki as well, where restaurants and bars offer services well into the early hours.
The range of hotels we offer at Rhodes
- Resort hotels
- Seafront hotels
- Boutique hotels
- Village resorts
Rhodes: What should we bring for a hotel stay?
- Comfortable shoes
- Evening attire
- Charging cables
- Sun cream
- Swimming costume
- Travel towel
- Walking clothes
Your best hotel at Rhodes: how to get there and make your booking
How to get to Rhodes
Rhodes is easily accessible with aeroplane and ferry links to the Greek mainland. With several short flights per day from Athens, you're likely to arrive into Rhodes via the Diagoras Airport. Ferry links take far longer, lasting between 16 to 18 hours from Athens. Rhodes’ ferry port also links to other islands in the vicinity, including Kos, Patmos, Simi and more. Once you’ve arrived in Rhodes, you’ll find convenient bus links along the island from Rhodes Town to Lindos. If you’re looking to explore more than these areas, a rental car is highly recommended. All major car rental services can be found at the airport for ease of hire.
How to book your hotel in Rhodes
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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Rhodes
If you only visit one of the Dodecanese, make it Rhodes. With spectacular beaches and a wealth of cultural attractions, you'll find something for everyone here. From crystalline waters primed for swimming and snorkelling to bustling nightlife and beach-bound parties, there's plenty here for a memorable stay. And then there are the picture-postcard villages which glisten against the Mediterranean sun.
Rhodes – a historic wonderland of atmospheric ruins
As if the scenery wasn’t beautiful enough, Rhodes is brimming with romantic ruins and archaeological sites. From the beautiful Acropolis of Lindos to the ancient hillside ruins of Kamiros, you’ll find a wealth of history to ensnare the imagination. Rhodes Town is equally loaded with impressive historical attractions which date from ancient to medieval times, including a fantastic archaeological museum.