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Five Quaint Boutique Hotels on Rhodes

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Kokkini Porta Rossa

The building is situated just inside the walls of the old town and was once a 14th century knights abode. The owners found the derelict building and created a hotel that boasts luxury for a small number of guests . This hotel embodies «philoxenia» – a ancient Greek tradition of warm and friendly hospitality providing a second home for those away from home.

Kokkini Porta Rossa

Allegory Boutique Hotel

A golf cart will meet you at the City’s gates on arrival to help with the baggage on the cobbled streets of the Medieval town. This Hotel is a traditional family home which has been restored and turned into a five-suite boutique hotel. Each suite is named after a charter in Greek mythology and is designed according to its name. The main patio serves as a breakfast area and as somewhere for the guests to relax.

Allegory Boutique Hotel

Trinity Boutique Hotel

The Trinity Boutique Hotel is located in Rhodes’ old town and only a ten-minute walk from the lively Sokratous Square. The freshly made breakfast, prepared from local ingredients is served in the Hotels tranquil courtyard. The six suites have a simplistic design while paying homage to the relics of the past such as the bare stone walls of the original building which can be seen throughout the hotel.

Trinity Boutique Hotel 

Melenos Art Boutique Hotel

This hotel is nestled into the hillside in the village of Lindos overlooking the Aegean Sea. The Arcopolis of Lindos and the dazzling Pallas beach are both within walking distance from the Melenos Art. The hotel has a rooftop gourmet restaurant serving Greek cuisine. Each of the twelve suites comes complete with a uniquely Lindian style raised platform bed and a walled private terrace to relax.

Melenos Art Boutique Hotel Lindos

Efechi 1904

Efechi is Greek for «wish» and as the name suggests the hotel was built in 1904 as one of the first buildings the new city of Rhodes. The owners «wish» was to create a guesthouse with traditional charm just like being at Grandma’s. Although the hotel has no restaurant each of the suites has a small kitchenette and they serve an exquisite breakfast which is served in the private and walled courtyard during the warmer season.

Efechi 1904

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