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#26 of 35 in Kolimbia

Memphis Beach Hotel is a 3 star hotel.The Hotel is situated 23 km from "Diagoras" airport and 20 minutes from Rhodes city center.

The hotel comprises 116 rooms, studios, family rooms and suites situated in 2-3 level buildings.

Whether your visit us for business, education, or pleasure, we are very pleased that you are staying with us.

Our goal is to make your experience here pleasant and comfortable.

The ideal location of Hotel allows you to experience the flavour of Rhodes, while providing you the opportunity to explore the surrounding areas.

Our friendly staff will always be happy to provide additional information on local services, shopping, activities and nearby attractions at your request..

All rooms offer spectacular marble bathroom with bathtub, LCD Flat Screen TV with satellite connection individually controlled air-conditioning, soundproof windows, wireless connection to the Internet.

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Property amenities
Free parking
Free breakfast
Table tennis
Car hire
Conference facilities
Paid wifi
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Snack bar
Poolside bar
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
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Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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English, German, Greek
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Gina R wrote a review Oct 2021
8 contributions2 helpful votes
The general appearance and cleanliness of the hotel was fantastic. The staff were all very friendly and happy to help. The food was great, a good variety, with everything seasoned brilliantly! All inclusive drinks were great too, with a good choice of (very strong) cocktails in the evening. The only thing I would say that was negative was a lack of snacks during the day- although food at the buffet times was plentiful. The guests were a good mix of European- German, French, and Italian, a few British too. Facilities such as the pool and the gym were decent, you do have to book the gym in advance as its only a single small room.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Barbara wrote a review Sep 2019
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The hotel it self is nice and clean. The a/c is not included so have to buy it, because it was to hot to sleep with door closed. When opened the mosquito attacks. The staff is friendly speaks in multiple languages.close to the beach (not sandy). And that is all I can say positive. There is no amenities at all. Once a week a small show by the pool. Food was ok but after 3rd day we have had enough and end up dining outside. Small playground , no music by the pool and when using your own speaker you'll be asked to switch it off or volume down. In general Hotel good for people who's looking for holidays by the pool in silence.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Helen M wrote a review Aug 2019
3 contributions
I'll start with the goods - clean hotel staff are friendly. Now the bad - we went as a family myself, hubby and two teenage boys 13 & 15. All inclusive that is a joke! Food is awful. I used to love feta cheese but they serve it for breakfast lunch and dinner. Pork stews, liver and rice pudding in 30+ degree heat - seriously!! My son was trying to eat the sweet corn because that was the only edible thing for him. But even that wasn't nice. Unfortunately he got ill due to not eating properly. We had to rush him to a medical centre because he was so bad. The food is the same every day. We couldn't take it any longer and had to eat out most days. Which is not what you want when you have already paid for all inclusive. No snack bar at all. They serve cheap biscuits and coffee at 3.30pm. Drinks are awful too. I wanted a g&t I got gin and lemonade - no tonic. No music around the pool during the day. No entertainment apart from some dodgy bloke singing once a week. Our boys were so bored. Our youngest lad desperately wanted to make friends. But none of the guests were English - not one English person did we meet at this hotel in the 11 days of being there. Kolymbia itself is a great place. Plenty of bars and shops. So if I were you dont stay here. Unless you want a terrible holiday. Most definitely will never return here.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled
Bill S wrote a review Oct 2018
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom35 contributions37 helpful votes
My partner and myself stayed at this hotel for 10 days in September. We had been the previous year and returned because it is good value for money. If you want 5* service then go to a five star Hotel! Our room was spacious and spotless. Bed linen and towels changed almost every day. The tv had a good range of English channels -not there for the TV but worth a mention! It is in a good location for the shops, bars etc. We were all inclusive and the food was ok. The breakfasts were very repetitive but you certainly would not starve! Different type of egg every day - either fried, scrambled or omelette. Always boiled ones! It’s a shame there is no toaster but the bread and the bread rolls were very tasty. We had a car so we’re not there during the day so can’t comment on lunch but the evening meals were again, ok. Not a lot of choice for vegetarians which my partner is but again, he always managed to find something to eat. The soup was always very good. The waiters and waitresses were just a bit too quick off the mark to take your plates! We had to take it in turns to go for food for this reason which was a bit annoying. The guy serving the drinks in the bar was an absolute star. What a great guy! Very pleasant and always smiling! The local drinks were quite palatable but not the cocktails! The pool area is very nice. No towels yet on beds which was refreshing to see. There are two pools to choose from. We used to go to the beach most of the time which is about 5 minutes drive. Tsampika beach is amazing! We did stay by the pool on our last day and it was lovely. Nice and quiet surprisingly. We seemed to be the only British people there during our stay but please don’t let that bother you. It didn’t bother us in the least. Also there very few children at the hotel which was a bonus! I must give a mention to one of the receptionists who was very helpful when I needed directions to the hospital in Rhodes as my sister had a nasty fall whilst in holiday (not at this hotel). She was so kind as I was in a bit of a state! She also helped us when we lost our key to the safe deposit box! This was just before the bus was due to pick us up for the airport! But she arranged for someone to come quickly with a pass key. Just in case she reads this - we found it in a bath bag when we got back! Random or what! All in all we had a great holiday apart from the hospital blip. Kolymbia is a great base to go to all parts of the island. It is definitely worth getting a car. Pick it up from the airport as it is a long way on a bus transfer.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: First floor rooms are best.
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Andy J wrote a review Jul 2018
18 contributions20 helpful votes
We stayed for 14 nights and found the hotel clean and well appointed. We stayed in room 212 good room bathroom etc beds good room cleaned 6 days Sunday bins emptied only. Plenty of hot water but you need air conditioning it should be provided as standard because you do need it. Great staff here they work really hard to make your stay a great time. Bear in mind that the holiday season is May to October in Kolyimba and then the resort closes down so the staff work long hours mostly 7 days a week so help them by being good guests. There are 2 pools there are wasps around the edge of them but I found if you don't bother them they won't bother you I didn't see or hear of any one being stung the 2 weeks I was there. Plenty of sunbeds and parasols soft drinks etc ok . Now the bits I didn't like food got a bit repetitive seemed the same thing most days, air conditioning it should be provided as standard because you do need it, only 2 nights of entertainment in the 2 weeks I was there not good enough as we were all inclusive and we had to go out of the hotel to find entertainment also information books about the island of Rhodes in all languages apart from English. Good hotel great staff needs to sharpen up it's act on the things I've mentioned.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled
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Louisedan81 wrote a review Jul 2018
Leeds, United Kingdom18 contributions4 helpful votes
Having just returned from our trip to Memphis beach hotel, my boyfriend and I find ourselves very disappointed. I understand you get what you pay for but there is a limit: Pros: Friendly bar man Air-con Location Cons: Wasp infestation around the main pool UnHygienic pool toilets Bathroom in the bedroom wafted odours from the drains, not pleasant Worlds noisiest cleaners who like to drag furniture and talk at the top of their voices early on a morning Cleaners also don't really clean, they change the sheets, towels and bin... our bathroom was not cleaned once during the entire week we stayed Cheap drinks, very low grade soft drinks, the orangeade was just about drinkable Food: we always generally tend to eat out for evening meals so I can't comment on that meal of the day but breakfast:boiled hotdog sausage? No bacon, and no toaster? Really?! Lunch was much of a muchness Customer service: shocking!!! We asked to extend our room 2 days prior to our departure date (as specified in the leaflet) as we had a late night flight, to be told to check again the next day. We went back the next day to check again and were told there is no rooms as all the new guests where checking in during the morning of our departure, obviously not happy with this we asked to speak to a manager and where told to come back in the morning which we did, to be told the exact same thing! When we questioned where we were supposed to shower given the 34 degree heat we were instructed to shower by the pool!!! In the shower cubicable in the previously mentioned unclean toilets.... no thank you! Attitude was poor, absolutely no care or consideration was taken to cater for us as "old guests" and due to been delayed in given a response we were unable to book another hotel for that day. All in all a bad experience and would advise anyone against going here.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Traveled
mayaa806 wrote a review Sep 2017
Uppsala, Sweden1 contribution1 helpful vote
the worst hotel experience ever, bad rooms( if you likes spiders and mosquitos then your fine) , bad food( same food almost everyday) and the water and drinks taste cloorin, bad staff, nothing was god about that place never again
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled
Jana G wrote a review Jul 2017
Nitra, Slovakia90 contributions29 helpful votes
I will start my review with cons - Rhodos/rhodes was so hot and humid when we were there...that being said u must pay for ac in your room! I knew it before so we werent suprised but still its kinda of hidden fee that almost everybody will pay. It was 7€ per day. - Wifi again must pay which is normal in many hotels but come on..its 2017...we spend our nights out in bars were was free wifi..didnt pay to hotel. I think ist 10€ for day. - No mosqito protected nets.It should have be at least in bathroom where u most of the time have open window. - The dishes many times has dirty marks of not good cleaning..which is disgusting - No animation program - for us no problem but when u have kids that might be issue - Other than this we really enjoy our stay this cons are just recommendations for hotel that there is place for improvement especially that ac situation :) - Pros - Nice,clean hotel,close to sea - Staff helpful and friendly - We liked our room...comfy bed, good bathroom,didnt hear any noise form neightbours, cleaning everyday except sunday...although our room did have small balcony and didnt have sea wiev - its not important for us as well as the tv which was small we didnt turned it on at all - Room has small fridge - Area around : so many shops, car rents,tourist infos and trips, bus stop to the capital city or others beaches or places - Food was ok - somewhere in the middle...nothing horrible but nothing amazing but juices was not tasty as well as alcoholic drinks and beer which is way u have all inclusive Hope this rewiev was helpful Keep in mind its 3* hotel and all inclusive service in Greece is not as all inclusive in Turkey for example FYI - Sunbeds on beach costs 10€ in small beach on the left it was 8€ with free wifi and free drinks! You are welcome 🤗
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Traveled
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Matttias wrote a review Oct 2016
Malmo, Sweden34 contributions52 helpful votes
We spent 2 nights in this hotel, and actually it was good for 2 nights. Starting with A/C in the room - you have to pay to get your remote controller - hey you do not do things like this when you want your guests to be happy! Soon after we got to our room, there was no water in the toilet flush, so we had to report it to the reception and this was easily fixed after we returned back to the room after dinner. Wi-Fi is chargeable as well! But you get it for free in all local bars and restaurants!!! The food: breakfasts were quite ok, really they do not have a toaster! Choice was just ok - cereals, eggs, beans, sausages, etc. In my opinion - they offer only a very limited choice of fruits - oranges or cinamonned apples - these were quite tasty and congratulations to the management for this invention - in this way they managed to keep apples halves still fresh after an hour or two :) Lunch: really no mater you take - I had a feeling it all tastes same - so just good to have something, yet nothing special again. Dinner: it depends - they offer a wide variety of salads, however after a day you get impression, you have seen it already the previous day - again. The very nice part of the last dinner was a greek night with live dancers and music. The food was more place specific - Souvlaki, olives, tomatoes, feta and ouzo :) and I have to say - it was quite reasonable. Drinks and alcohols - during pool hours you could get 1 long drink, for dinner beer and wine unlimited, but not so tasty. After 21 only 1 barman prepared drinks and there were some people in the queue waiting for their turn. Waitresses are quite hard working, and the recepttion staff is good, too. The room had a very strange smell of old socks, I'm wondering from where it was coming from. Otherwise it was just a simple room with a small, old TV. There was a balcony in the room too. Do not be fouled by all inclusive offer, if you are just wandering around the island, then you can stay here for a day or two. If you come for a week or longer you will be disappointed. I should also mention the swimming pool is good, however according to the all inclusive offer ice cream are offered only for kids and you can get some lemonade, a coffe and a cookie or two for afternoon snack. The coockies are the cheapest petit beure they can get in supermarket!!!! Some lunch salads are really mayonnaised for dinners :) The choice is yours. The location is not so far away from the beach, car and quad rentals are almost next doors from the hotel, as well as bars, pubs and restaurants. The plae itself is worth seeing.
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Date of stay: June 2016
Trip type: Traveled
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Emily795 wrote a review Sep 2016
Hoogstraten, Belgium4 contributions15 helpful votes
We arrived with low expectations as the reviews for this hotel were mixed and altogether not that great. Also the prices seemed to be low. However we have had great experience with both 3star and 4star hotels in Greece, so we decided to give it a go. Our arrival was very pleasant as the lady at the reception informed us we were upgraded to a superior room. The rooms were ready if we wanted, but she suggested we’d go for lunch first. A nice French lady who had been there four times already showed us the place, but I’m sure the hotel staff would have done the same if this lady hadn’t popped up by coincidence. Needless to say the staff of this hotel is extremely nice and welcoming. Not only the lady at the reception, but also the bartender (my boyfriend nicknamed him Schumacher because of his incredible speed at mixing cocktails). The thing is: you need to know what you are paying for. The price is low, so you don’t get that much for your all-inclusive. Cocktails start only at 20h30 and all ends at 23h00. These are maybe a little watery, but I have not much good experience in hotel all-inclusive cocktails anyway. The white wine is very nice. They don’t seem to have red wine, if you ask it you get rose, which is nice as well. Rhodes does not seem to have a red wine tradition anyway, so this hotel is not the only one. In the afternoon there were weren’t many snacks to get and indeed, the cookies were always the same (but very good nonetheless). This is a small hotel, so no great variety in food. But we stayed for two solid weeks and I did not get bored with the food at all. Breakfast is plain but good, with very good chocolate paste and all the regular stuff like eggs, croissants, bread. Both breakfast and lunch are served at the poolside. Lunch was always a great variety of food: two meat dishes, one fish, one vegetables and always a salad bar and desserts. My boyfriend and I never eat dessert, but as for the other stuff I can recommend all! The salad did not look very fresh and often I suspect leftovers from the day before were used but coated in mayonnaise or yoghurt to create a ‘pasta salad’. If this reduces their wastes of food, I’m all in for it! Dinner was served in their restaurant. The only downside was the long queue.. It might be more efficient to make separate bars for the salad and hot food, as right now everyone had to wait for the entire line, even if they would want only a small platter of pasta. Also the soup was very good, which few people seemed to notice as it was nearly hidden next to the desserts (so do try the soup!). One of the hotel’s great assets when it comes to food: their weekly Greek night on Saturday. Make sure to be there on time as place is limited and everyone wants to have a good spot. The food on that night is heavenly. They have a traditional Greek performance that night (complete with dancing and audience bashing), which is great as the hotel offers no other animation. We were informed by the French lady but otherwise we might not have noticed this Greek night, so maybe the hotel could put more effort in promoting this, as it really is extremely good. Enough for the food. Even if you don’t like it, there are plenty of other places in Kolymbia were you can go out for dinner, all of it rather cheap and decent. About cleanliness .. Well. You can basically eat from the floor in both pool and dinner restaurant. The tables are cleared and cleaned on the spot and they seem to be wiping and moping the floor without end. This is all very nice, but I believe a better dishwasher and better toilet cleaning services would be of better use. Make no mistake: you might not find cleaner toilets anywhere in Rhodes, but if the pile of used toilet paper next to you is getting as high as your knees, you might want to reconsider throwing yours on top. This is the only thing we would actually complain about! Other than that, the rooms were always spotlessly cleaned. Towels were replaced once you threw them on the ground and all three hotel pools looked perfect to us. Be aware that air-conditioning is only for free during the high season, which ends on September the 1st. We arrived on the 12th and after long consideration we decided not to pay for it (€7 per day). The days were still very hot (for us silly Belgians, not for the Greek of course), but the evenings cooled down enough for us to sleep comfortably. Wifi is not included in the price. I paid €10 for 24 hours of wifi. Now this may seem like a lot of money, but as the nice receptionist pointed out, the time stops running once you close of your wifi. So I could easily spread out those 24 hours of internet over my two weeks stay and I didn’t have to pay a dime more. The connection was not good in our room, but splendid in the restaurant. As for the location: Memphis Beach is located somewhere in the centre of Kolymbia. I don’t expect many locals to live there, as the ‘town’ seems to exist for tourists only. All the shops sell the same low quality stuff and the bars serve watery cocktails. I would recommend going to all of them once to see which suits best. All prices are very low, all have big screens with live sports and all of them seemed to have karaoke. So Kolymbia as the karaoke paradise has something to offer. Oasis seemed to have the strongest cocktails, Statues the cheapest and Memories had the loudest music. The beach is only a short walking distance from the hotel. Other hotels seem to be located in the middle of nowhere so considered ourselves very lucky. The beach is also very nice. There is only one beach bar, owned by a very nice lady called Christina. She loves spoiling her tourists so you really must say hi to here whenever you go to the beach. There are water sports right in front of this beach bar, also owned by a very nice guy. On the left of the beach bar you can book a diving tour, again with a very nice guy. If you walk all the way to the right of the beach, you get to a small harbor, a good cocktail bar and a rather fancy fish restaurant. If you walk the opposite direction, you get to what we called ‘Italian beach’ as there seemed to be only Italians with loads of Italian animation. Funny to watch. Memphis Beach did not have many Belgian tourists. We saw mainly Germans, Italians, French and Brits. Altogether a great mix of cultures. I’d recommend this hotel. Simple, decent, good food, good location, splendid people. And of course there is always room for improvement, as it is everywhere.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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$59 - $159 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Memphis Beach Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Memphis Beach Hotel?
Nearby attractions include T&P cocktail BAR (0.08 miles), Oasis Cocktail Bar (0.10 miles), and Antonis Cocktail Bar (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Memphis Beach Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Memphis Beach Hotel?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Memphis Beach Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Memphis Beach Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Memphis Beach Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Taverna Ouzaki, Ristorante-Pizzeria Rosso Di Sera, and Carrusel Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Memphis Beach Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Memphis Beach Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Greek.
Are there any historical sites close to Memphis Beach Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Campochiaro (7.8 miles).
Is Memphis Beach Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.