The Rhodos Hotel Association Web site is a good place to start to plan a tribe to this Greek paradise. The association dates back to September of 1949, when a small group of hotel operators and small property owners founded the association. The first hotels were located in the Medieval Town, and in the 1950s there were a total of 12 hotels and 16 smaller properties. Today there are more than 500 hotels in all sizes, offering a combined 70,000 beds for visitors!

The Rhodos site offers information on getting to the island, with links to airlines and ferry operators, as well as tour group information. And of course the site provides the most detailed data on hotels on Rhodes, including where and when to hold a conference. 

Contact the Rhodos Hotel Association by mail at Plotarchou Blessa 3, Rhodos 85100, Greece
Telephone: 30 22410 74555, or e-mail:  hotel-assoc@rodosisland.gr

The Hellenic Tourism Organization Web site also offers information on Greek tours, including Rhodes. Some other important contact numbers if you’re considering a trip to Rhodes:

Hellenic Tourism Organization (EOT): 30 22410 44335/44336

Lindos Tourist Information: 30 22440 31900/31227

Rhodes Tourist Police: 30 22410 27423/23329

Another useful resource about Rhodes is WikiTravel