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Princess Flora Hotel

Third km Leof. Rodou, Kallithea 851 00 Greece
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#20 of 22 hotels in Kallithea
Princess Flora Hotel consists of 166 spacious rooms, all with bath, air- conditioning, television, refrigerator and a balcony over. Princess Flora is an ideal hotel for a holiday on the beautiful island of Rhodes, having a lovely atmosphere suitable for families, couples and friends. Facilities include bar, satellite TV lounge, separate recreational room with several games and a computer for Internet access. The main restaurant is next to the lobby and there is a large swimming pool.
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Free parking
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Bar / lounge
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Paid wifi
Outdoor pool
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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English, Greek
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alanhall082 wrote a review Sep 2019
Newcastle, United Kingdom27 contributions13 helpful votes
A bit out of the way hotel, a short bus ride (local)to Falaraki ,Kallithea, or Rhodes town. This hotel has great food something for everyone. The drink prices are very reasonable and have a large selection. The only thing was we were the only english speaking people on the complex. Lots of Polish and Russian guests. In all a good and welcoming hotel with great staff. And very clean grounds and pool. Don't listen to the negative comments.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Dius R. wrote a review Sep 2019
Budapest, Hungary34 contributions2 helpful votes
After 2016 we returned to Princess Flora. This week was awesome like in 2016. We booked a superior room and we were on All Inclusive. The food was delicious and good quality. Room was great, comfy, clean. The bathroom need renovation too. Pool was great, beach bar also. Staff is nice. The management should think about to be adults only hotel, beacause we are a children free couple and many times the kid noise was annoying...maybe not only for us. We really liked our vacation and we would like to return again!
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
karinaolo wrote a review Aug 2019
Preston, United Kingdom2 contributions
Let’s start with the negatives as they were a shock , in 30+ weather 🥵 there wasn’t free air conditioning (it’s cost 7 euro or 10 depending on your room). Another minus is the bathroom quality, the shower holder was broken , you had to hold the shower head all the time not a chance to have a proper wash, there was A bit of mould around and the fan doesn’t work. there isn’t even free public WiFi in the hotel lobby with awfully uncomfortable sofas that basically made you sit on the springs ,also most sun beds were broken. On the good side though, the towels and bedding were clean and well organised (every2 days), comfy beds the staff was nice, good food, easy access to public transport and markets.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
Dragan M wrote a review Aug 2019
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We was in Princess Flora, with all inclusive service, from 15. to 24.Avgust, and sometimes looks like nightmaire. At first, we was shocked there is no free WiFi. The next bad surprise is that we got only 3 little soaps for 10 days!!! Breakfast is monotonous, lunch and dinner is not so bad, but all food is mainly tasteless, and often too salty. Fruit choise is very cheaply, only watermelon, and orange, and rarely peach. Dining room haven't air conditioning. In meantime, from breakfast to lunch, you have cheapest cakes, and from lunch to dinner very bad pizza, and poor sandwiches, without fruit. And the worst thing is that you are in the big problem if you have a room on the pool side, because young boys and girls at the whole night louded and jumped in water, and we cant sleep. Severa times I warned recepcionost, but the guys didnt listen and continued with their game. Whatever, I will never back here, and not recommended for you.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
Samiller1975 wrote a review Aug 2019
21 contributions5 helpful votes
We came to the Princess Flora for 2 weeks on an all inclusive basis. The hotel is in a good location - near enough to Rhodes Town but also far enough away for it to be quite quiet. There is a real mixture of nationalities here and while we were here there were no British louts which was nice. Rooms are basic but clean and large for 2 people. It has air conditioning which was helpful to sleep. There is no free wifi anywhere in the hotel which was a nuisance. Usually they have it in the reception but here it was (in my opinion) expensive (5€ for 3 days for 1 device) We had a big balcony and the room had a fridge too which was really handy as the all inclusive drinks stop at 10.30 which is quite early. There isn't any food available at the bar so if you miss dinner you're a bit stuffed. The closest beach is a 5 minute walk away and I can't recommend it enough. It's small and intimate with a gorgeous beach bar/restaurant which pumps out chilled music all day. The sunbeds are 7,50€ but get booked up quickly but you can reserve them for following days. They also do beds in the middle of the sea which we were told were 20€ per person but when we went back it had jumped to 30€ each which was a bit of a rip off (but we did it anyway as it was our anniversary and it was amazing I have to say). There is also another bigger beach about 8 mins walk from the hotel which also has water sports. It's much bigger as it's attached to a huge hotel complex but the sunbeds are cheaper. The pool at the hotel is ok. Nothing special but it does the job and is relatively quiet too. There isn't a lifeguard and people (including us) use the pool in the evening and actually it was really lovely. The poolside bar serves drinks in between the restaurant opening times and closes at 5.30. It's an unusual set up because if you want a drink at the pool while food is being served you have to go into the restaurant. It only serves beer or ouzo (and soft drinks) from 10am to 12.30 and it has dry looking biscuits and cakes to eat should you wish. From 2.30 to 5.30 it sells other drinks and has plain sweaty sandwiches wrapped in clingfilm and small pizza slices (uncovered) on offer. It could do with a larger selection of food and drinks on offer really. The main bar is devoid of atmosphere as most people sit outside on the terrace. They are very strict with drinks and are slightly (unnecessarily) militant about it. We came back from being out all day and missed dinner but wanted to take 2 drinks each back to the room. We hadn't been there all day and not sure why this caused so many issues. The bar manager (not the bar tender) was quite rude to us which was completely unnecessary considering we just wanted to sit on our balcony with a couple of drinks and our own music. The cocktails offered on the all inclusive weren't great and just full of fruit juices so good I guess if you have a sweet tooth. The entertainment was exceptionally underwhelming and sparse. Location-wise it's a short cab ride to Rhodes Old Town which is amazing and a must for visiting. We first of all got a taxi booked by reception but they put an additional 3 euro charge on top so we started hailing them from just outside the hotel and it only costs 8 euro which isn't too bad. We also got a bus which was €2 and very regular. Food at the hotel was ok. Breakfast was either a cooked breakfast, cereal or fruit, there was also a good selection of food available for lunch and dinner. We aren't too fussy and don't expect amazing food but it was pretty standard for an all inclusive 3 star buffet and we never went hungry. As other reviewers have said they do clean up quickly and if you look away your plate is taken. It was very clean in the hotel and there's a maid service 6 days a week which was impressive. All in all the hotel was good as a base but wasn't somewhere we felt we wanted to spend loads of time which was a bit of a shame considering we were all inclusive. It would have been nice to socialise more around the bar but it wasn't really set up that way. The location of the hotel and beach was good though so we were happy and Rhodes itself was stunning! There are probably much nicer hotels to stay at but this was cheap we did have a great time so if you are after something cheap and cheerful then Princess Flora is ok for you. Highly recommend a trip to Lindos for the acropolis and St Paul's Bay for beautiful beaches! We also went in to Koskinou for the day and there's a gorgeous taverna called Gianni's Taverna which was just beautiful. We had a meze and the food was delicious. Highly recommend. There are also a few other bars around the Koskinou square (don't walk though as we made that mistake and it was a mountain of a hill!!). Extra tip - get snorkeling stuff as the sea is beautifully clear and you can see loads of lovely fish.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$48 - $105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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GreeceSouth AegeanDodecaneseRhodesKallithea
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Frequently Asked Questions about Princess Flora Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Princess Flora Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Flaws (2.9 miles), The Cellar Of Knights (2.4 miles), and Enigma Escape Experience (3.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Princess Flora Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Princess Flora Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Princess Flora Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Princess Flora Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Tsaperdona Pizza Pasta, Boomerang Sports Pub, and Greek Stories.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Princess Flora Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Princess Flora Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Greek.
Are there any historical sites close to Princess Flora Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Street of the Knights (2.5 miles), Mandraki Harbour (2.9 miles), and Fortifications of Rhodes (2.6 miles).