Where to Stay in Rhodes Town

Greece Travel Secrets recommends where to stay in Rhodes Town, including boutique and historic hotels in the Old Town and modern hotels in the New Town.

Bedroom in the S. Nikolis Hotel in the Old Town of RhodesThe S. Nikolis Hotel in the Old Town of Rhodes

Where to Stay in Rhodes Town

Note that in Greece the convention is that you put the house number after the street address.

Anastasia Hotel

Courtyard at the Anastasia Hotel in Rhodes TownThe Anastasia Hotel in Rhodes Town

A pleasant, family-run hotel with character, and the owners speak English, Italian, French, and Greek. The Anastasia is located in a leafy garden area off one of the main streets, a 10-minute walk from the Old Town. The rooms are simple but are bright and sunny and have high ceilings. They also have fridges and air-conditioning, and are all non-smoking. There’s an outside breakfast area beneath a lovely hibiscus canopy. Note that the hotel is at number 46 on 28 Oktovriou Street.

28 Oktovriou 46, New Town

www.anastasia-hotel.com


Best Western Plaza Hotel

Best Western Plaza Hotel in Rhodes TownBest Western Plaza Hotel in Rhodes Town

This 4-star hotel has 136 comfortable rooms with luxury fittings, and the breakfast buffet is outstanding. It has an outdoor pool, a sauna, a cocktail bar, and a restaurant. It’s in the New Town but only about a 10-minute walk from the Old Town.

Ierou Lochou 7, New Town

www.rhodes-plaza.com


Hotel Andreas

The Hotel Andreas in the Old Town of RhodesThe Hotel Andreas in the Old Town of Rhodes

This 500-year-old former Turkish sultan's house has been turned into a delightful and remarkably inexpensive little hotel in a quiet residential street in the Old Town. It’s worth booking well ahead as the old atmosphere has been retained and there are only 11 rooms. There’s a roof terrace with views of the medieval walls and across the Aegean to Turkey.

Omirou 28d, Old Town

www.hotelandreas.com


Marco Polo Mansion

Courtyard Restaurant at the Marco Polo Mansion Hotel in the Old Town of RhodesThe Courtyard Restaurant at the Marco Polo Mansion

For the ultimate Old Town experience, this splendid 15th-century building in the old Turkish quarter is the place for style and flair, with surviving Ottoman features adding to the ambience. The hotel has a 3-star rating and has an acclaimed restaurant too, as well as a peaceful garden.

Agiou Fanouriou 40-42, Old Town

www.marcopolomansion.gr


Minos Pension

The Minos Pension Hotel in Rhodes Old TownThe Minos Pension Hotel in Rhodes Old Town

A big roof terrace with superb views over the Old Town is a bonus at this reasonably-priced option in a quiet area inside the medieval city walls. This is open from May to October and is where they serve breakfast, drinks, snacks, and light meals.

Omirou 5, Old Town

www.minospension.com


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Rhodes Coffee Mug

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Rhodes Coasters

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Pink Elephant

Tucked away in a quiet square, and with lots of cosy charm, this small, friendly pension has pleasant rooms round a small courtyard. No website. Phone: +30 2241 022469.

Timikida 9, Old Town


Our Personal Favourite

S. Nikolis

Bedroom in the S. Nikolis Hotel in the Old Town of Rhodes

This boutique hotel is in a handsome Old Town building in a hidden corner. The house was built around 1300 AD, and became a hotel in 1980. Its wonderful ambience includes an inner courtyard with a resident tortoise. A selection of very different types of room is available, and most of them have great character. Excellent facilities, too, and the roof garden offers guests breakfast with a view. We were lucky enough to spend a week there once and it was the perfect place to stay in Rhodes Town.

Hippodamou 61, Old Town

www.s-nikolis.gr

Spot Hotel

Courtyard at the Spot Hotel in the Old Town of RhodesCourtyard at the Spot Hotel

There’s a friendly atmosphere at this small hotel that is in a handy, but quiet location on a narrow cobbled street at the heart of Rhodes Old Town. Don’t be misled by its 1-star rating as it’s a perfectly comfortable hotel with an old-fashioned feel to it. A buffet breakfast is included.

Perikleous 21, Old Town

https://www.spothotelrhodes.com


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