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Zacosta Villa Hotel
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Reviewed May 13, 2013

Sometimes in ones travels and I have travelled around Greece for more than forty years, you find a place that you want to continue touching base with, where you know that you will be comfortable, cosseted and looked after in an oasis of quality and charm. Set in the oldest part of medieval Rhodes, inside the walls and down a series of rustic alleyways, the Zakosta is just such a place. John, the owner is staggeringly helpful and goes out of his way to provide a quality of service that will have my wife and I returning over the years. He dropped us off at the ferry port so that we could take the ferry to Symi and then picked us in his car on our return, his breakfasts were delicious and served in an utterly charming courtyard surrounded by medieval buildings next to an old mosque. John is interesting and informative, it is lovely that his bar operates on the basis of trust and his rooms are clean and comfortable with beautiful and well appointed bathrooms - my wife was particularly enthusiastic over the soap, sponge and shampoo gift sets! There is absolutely no doubt that when we next visit Rhodes, we shall stay with John at the Zacosta, indeed, the Zacosta is one of the reasons that we will visit Rhodes again.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 30, 2013

We loved our stay at Zacosta! It's like staying at a B&B, only better. We were there for 3 days and John was super warm and friendly, helping us with everything. The breakfasts were great; I loved the bathrooms with all stone and wood; it was elegant and charming and definitely a place we'd go back to. We loved eating on the patio with the medieval backdrop - Thank you, John, for a wonderful stay!

Room Tip: We were in the Raimondo room which had a Queen or King bed in it. Bathroom was gorgeous, with bathrobes, looked out onto the patio, has a mini-fridge, very nice!
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Wired_for_fun
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Reviewed March 28, 2013

We stayed at Zacosta for 4 nights at the end of March. Zacosta is a great little boutique hotel
with excellent service, location and facility. Add to this the outstanding, warm and friendly hospitality of John (the owner) and you get the best hotel for your Rhodes stay.
We enjoyed every minute and can only highly recommend this place for people that can appreciate quality.

Room Tip: Opt of the suite on the 1st floor if available
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank CoolTravelGuyIsrael
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Reviewed October 23, 2012

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 23, 2012

We had an amazing experience staying at Zacosta Villa, with the only sad part of it being that we could only find a reservation for one night. An additional night at this delightful small (three room) villa in the old city of Rhodes would have been perfect.

Zacosta is located on a small side-alley (Xenofontos) that makes you feel like you are back in medieval Rhodes, cobblestone streets, archways, etc. - but it's only a minute or two to the squares and larger streets that comprise the (more touristy) parts of Rhodes.

The most outstanding feature of our stay was the hospitality offered by John, the owner and hotelier. Not only did he correspond with us to help facilitate our arrival, but (as we were arriving from Turkey by ferry) - he even picked us up from the terminal in his own car, lest we have problems finding a taxi. The hotel is located a bit of a walk inside the old town - but he helped take our bags from the car (or taxi, on your arrival at the entry-gate) - to the hotel doors. He loaned us a brochure on the history of Rhodes (fascinating to read, really made our appreciation of the buildings and massive defensive walls more meaningful) and was always available for questions and suggestions (for example, the restaurant he recommended for dinner, not far from the hotel, was one of the best we ate at during our stay in Greece - kaupia).

Zacosta is an old building that John rennovated from the ground up, creating an oasis of peace, with a wonderful courtyard (where one of the finest breakfasts is served each morning, at your leisure), and 3 rooms furnished simply but in modern fashion. The WiFi was a little spotty at first, but worked thereafter. We were very happy with the bathroom and the amenities (safe, toilettries, bathrobes). John even gave us Zacosta sun-hats as keep-sakes!

This is the kind of place that people return to year-after-year, and offers a refereshing counter-balance to the larger touristy establishments that Rhodes is better known for. If you are looking for personal service, quality and quiet, close to the heart of old Rhodes - look no farther.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with friends
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