Rhodes Accommodation & Hotels
A selection of hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs in the area which are recommended by the HarbourGuides.com team.
Accommodation, Bars & Inns
The October Hotel has a prime location right in the centre of Rhodes Town, and just metres away from the old Medieval town, The beach and Rhodes casino. The accommodation is tastefully decorated and we have a swimming pool and of course a restaurant.
The Rooms have air conditioning and a balcony which either overlooks the pool or the town.
When on vacation in Rhodes, and need a base to discover one of the Aegean's most inviting islands, the Zacosta Villa Hotel offers charming well appointed accommodations in a unique setting.
The aim of the Zacosta is to continually create new unique experiences for all its guests. We want your stay to be as memorable as your experiences gained exploring our beautiful island.
Come, let us help you get away and experience new senses and tastes
Klimt Hotel is an Old Town Rhodes Hotel located right in the heart of the Old Town and just minutes away from the central port of Rhodes. Nestled within the castle walls, The Hotel is a 4 star 3 room traditional Bed and Breakfast styled guest house hotel with a family atmosphere and modern amenities. You will find its location to be ideally located for all sightseeing, dining, and shopping, yet perfectly tucked away for a quiet and relaxing nights sleep. If your searching for the perfect Hotel in the Old Town Rhodes, your journey is over, and a new one awaits you in the Old Town Rhodes Greece.
Address: Klimt Hotel, ag Fanouriou Street, Rhodes
Welcome to Spirit of the Knights, an exclusive small Eco Friendly Boutique Hotel set in the medieval old town of Rhodes. We have worked closely with Greek architect Anastasiadis Efthimios and the Greek archaeology department whose combined experience of ancient buildings restoration has helped create the Spirit of the Knights Boutique Hotel. With every attention to detail possible the integrity of the building has been kept. Originally built by the Crusaders and later altered by the Ottomans it has a wonderful mix of architectural influences and has been classed as a monument of special importance.