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Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel

Berlin str.1, Kolimbia 851 03 Greece
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#15 of 34 hotels in Kolimbia
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The Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel was totally renovated in 2007 and 2013 oriented to become the first Art Hotel of Kolymbia . The current result is a combination of modern materials, decorations and art. Ideally situated just one hundred metres from Kolymbia's pebbly beach, the Kolymbia Bay is fronted by its own lovely gardens, offering an excellent standard of accommodation. Ten minutes walk will take you to Kolymbia's pretty tree lined Main Street (Eucalyptus str.) with its shops, bars and taverns. On the outskirts of this quiet resort, the Kolymbia Bay is ideal for those wishing to enjoy a peaceful beach holiday. The Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel it may be a small size hotel but the luxury and hospital environment will satisfy even the most demanding customers.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
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StockportBraveheart wrote a review Aug 2020
Stockport, United Kingdom47 contributions24 helpful votes
Do yourself a favour...Stay away !!! It's nothing like the description on the internet, there is no keep fit / gym area, this closed four years ago !! The pool area has been advertised using trick photography, it is nothing like what you might believe, people walk straight into the pool area from the street, the relax area is totally unkempt. You will be ok if you speak polish or Russian, they don't get many guests from the UK, l wonder why. We booked through Stay for long, who no longer want any responsibility for the misleading information, they now say they are a platform!!, they might be that, but they still advertised a hotel under false pretences, please, don't spoil your holiday or waste your money
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
StockportBraveheart wrote a review May 2020
Stockport, United Kingdom47 contributions24 helpful votes
Please believe, there are plenty of better hotels around. We were lead to believe this was a 4 star, more like a 2. The advertisement clearly says gym/fitness room, this does not exist. We were sent pictures of a deluxe bathroom with a lovely corner bath, false advertising, a very small bathroom was what we were provided with, take it or leave it. Mostly Polish or Chekhov's use this hotel, so forget conversations. We booked through Stay for long who simply don't want to know, the only plus was that the staff, although over worked were nice. Both hotel and Stay for long will turn their backs if you complain Book elsewhere.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Adore2explore wrote a review Oct 2019
Zaporizhzhya, Ukraine41 contributions5 helpful votes
Some people think "adults only" means a hotel for swingers... No ! It's just a hotel for grown-ups without little children ! That was one of the reasons why we chose it ! We got a room on the top floor with a beautiful sea view,it was nice and cozy, very good Wi-Fi connection,a TV set on the wall with lots of channels,but we watched only 4Fun Gold - hits of 80-s,90-s and more... Highly recommended if you like that kind of music ! The hotel is so small we didn't even realize it had its own swimming pool until we accidentally discovered one in the back ! We never used it because the Mediterranean Sea was only one hundred meters away and you could get there just walking across the nearby hotel's lawn but some guests could spend the whole day by the pool ! That looked really funny ! We were half-board and that was the best way for us to go sightseeing,we didn't have to go back to the hotel for lunch and could visit a lot of beautiful places around this ancient island ! Breakfasts were pretty repetitive with lots of egg dishes but their magic juicer made every morning brighter ! Everyone could make themselves a glass of fresh orange juice on the spot ! Dinners were wonderful, especially with a glass of wine (we preferred the red one), some of them were thematic, Chinese and Mexican and baklava on Wednesdays was just delicious ! So if you visit this property you won't be disappointed, the staff will be always there to help you !
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Date of stay: October 2019
Room Tip: The best rooms with a sea view are 310-315, the upper floor on the left ! But you'll have to...
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StockportBraveheart wrote a review Sep 2019
Stockport, United Kingdom47 contributions24 helpful votes
Not the Hotels fault, we were lead to believe by Stay for Long that the Hotel had far more to offer. All in all, wouldn't class this as a 4 star, maybe 3. People from the UK should be aware that this hotel is mostly guests from Poland, Russia etc. Food was ok, could be hotter, but that's just a personal thing. Staff are this hotel's strong point, the girls in the dining area are just fantastic, hard working and eager to please. Bar staff just the same, 10/10. Pool was a bit disappointing, the pictures made it look a lot bigger, in reality it is small, with the beds squeezed together. The area didn't have much to offer really, but there is a bus service every half hour to Rhodes old town, journey takes just under an hour.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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NickyVS wrote a review Aug 2019
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom27 contributions16 helpful votes
We were upgraded upon arrival to a sea view room, also given a spa treatment and a bottle of wine which was very nice! We went all inclusive. Although we arrived late they had saved hot food for us which was oh so welcome when we had been travelling for 12 hours and were very tired. The man at reception was incredibly helpful and kind. We didn't realise that the hotel was a predominantly Czech and Russian hotel so there was a different vibe to a hotel where there are lots of mixed nationalities. This is an adults only hotel which is important to note. However, because it is busy, it can be a bit of an effort to get a spot by the pool - they could do with a few more sun loungers. Also the pool is open so you can walk straight out to the street which felt a little odd. Rooms were very clean - furniture on the balcony felt a little unsteady (I'm not a small lady unfortunately) but also because they were plastic they got very hot in the sun! Put a towel on them so you don't burn your bottom! Shower was nice and powerful. There are lifts to the rooms which is good if your mobility is an issue. Spa experience was nice but I feel that spa treatments are on the pricy side - having been to other places on the mainland this seems to be consistent and in line with Greek prices elsewhere. It was nice to have a treatment included in the price. All inclusive means all drinks at the poolside included and your three meals a day. There are bar snacks as well that can be paid for but there are also certain snacks offered to hotel guests, however there is very little need as the all inclusive menu does the trick. Would have been nice to have a bit more of a Greek feel to it every night - felt more catered towards the Eastern European tastebuds. It was lovely food and well cooked, undoubtedly, but when in Greece, we love to eat Greek. Stifado and stuffed tomatoes/peppers were our favourites. Staff were friendly in particular those in reception and the waitresses never stop working. They all deserve every penny they earn. Kolymbia beach is across the road and there are a few shops within a 10 minute walking distance including one across the road. 20-25 minute drive to Lindos and 15 minute drive to Faliraki with a 15-20 minute drive to Kallithea. Good place to be based to explore those areas. All in all we enjoyed the hotel.
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Date of stay: August 2019
$97 - $219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Rodos Nature - Folklore Museum (0.5 miles), T&P cocktail BAR (0.5 miles), and Oasis Cocktail Bar (0.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
Which room amenities are available at Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ristorante-Pizzeria Rosso Di Sera, Carrusel Restaurant, and Taverna Michel.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Kolymbia Bay Art Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Campochiaro (7.7 miles).