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Rhodes, also known as ‘Rodos’ by locals, is the biggest island in Greece’s Dodecanese region and offers something for every type of traveler. With a mix of picturesque villages surrounded by green fields, Venetian-inspired buildings, and ancient ruins in the Old Town, the island is full of unique charm and character. Despite the recent development of modern resorts along the coast, Rhodes still maintains its traditional appeal.
The island is familiar with package tourism and has numerous choices for those seeking a straightforward, all-inclusive vacation that accommodates all family members. There are various resort hotels scattered throughout the island, ranging from luxurious adults-only retreats to more affordable options for families.
There are accommodations available for travelers who desire to explore beyond the popular routes and have an authentic, local experience. Recently, there has been a rise in boutique hotels being constructed in deteriorating fishing villages. No matter your preference, there is a suitable room and scenic view for you to enjoy on the island.
Cook’s Club City Beach is part of the renowned Cook’s Club hotel group and is conveniently situated in Rhodes Town. It is an ideal choice for those seeking a vibrant atmosphere during their vacation, as it is surrounded by various dining options, cafes, and top-notch bakeries and boutiques. Despite being in a bustling location, the hotel exudes a relaxed and bohemian vibe with its earthy tones and use of natural materials. The olive-wood tables, neutral linens, and pops of green from hanging plants create a charming and inviting ambiance.
The hotel caters exclusively to adults and boasts a rooftop pool with a view of City Beach, just a short walk away. There are 18 different rooms to choose from, including deluxe and junior suites, superior and premium double rooms, each with their own furnished balcony or terrace. This allows guests to either bask in the sun or enjoy a sunset in the comfort of their own room.
This quaint hotel boasts a small number of 12 rooms and a two-bedroom villa. It is conveniently located near the ocean. The sandstone and whitewash exterior perfectly complement the medieval homes in the village, which were constructed by the Knights of St. John.
The hotel features individual suites, each with its own distinct decor, showcasing antique furnishings, ornately designed wooden windows, and ceilings adorned with 17th-century designs. The standout feature of the rooms are the traditional wooden beds, elevated on a platform for a luxurious experience. Guests can start their day with breakfast in the garden and enjoy aperitivos on the terrace while taking in the stunning sunset over the deep blue sea.
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