My husband and I went to Rhodes for our holiday this year for a friends wedding in Lindos and the first 10 days of the holiday was spent at this hotels sister hotel in Kalathos - 'The Atrium Palace' (which i have also written a review on). We transferred to this hotel for the last 4 days of our holidays as a promotional offer they were doing at no extra cost. We were given a free taxi transfer to the hotel. The hotel is much more modern than the one we previously stayed in and the beds in the bedroom were much welcomed. The room was large and a nice big bathroom with both a bath and shower. We also had a balcony overlooking the side of the hotel with a sea view. The hotel was again very pleasant for our last 4 days - the pool area is a nice and the pool bar good offering nice snacks and lunches - I had a chicken ceaser salad which was lovely and not mean on potion size. Apart from eating at the hotel for breakfast and the odd iunch we mainly ate out. We got a bus from the back end of the hotel in to Rhodes town - they come every 15 minutes (roughly) and i would get off at the M & S and walk up the road in to the old part of Rhodes where all the restaurants and shops are. There is also a bar at the back of the hotel which is not part of the hotel called 'The Surf' - staff are very friendly and we went there our last night to watch the football - they have a live band on which is worth a watch - there are a couple of restaurants down there including a Chinese, Pizza restaurant and Greek restaurant. We went to the Chinese restaurant which wasn't bad but not much variety (for starters you can get every Spring Roll under the sun but nothing else!). The hotel was good and we mainly went to experience the city which was worth while. The front desk staff at the hotel are different! I would say if anything this was the down fall - they are not the friendliness or most welcoming. The staff in the rest of the hotel are nice - in particular the staff who work around the pool. Overall I wouldn't choose to go back to this particular hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The luxury 5* Atrium Platinum Resort & Spa is located next to the beachfront and has a direct breathtaking view all over the west coast and the bay of Ixia. Let yourself be enchanted by romantic sunsets as well as relaxing walks along the center of Ixia with various shops and restaurants. Just a step away (3km) of the City center, where once the statue of the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, used to welcome travelers at Mandraki Harbour. The stunning medieval Old Town has been declared as World Heritage Site and is waiting to get discovered by you. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Atrium Platinum Hotel Rhodes, Greece