What We Love
- A blissful five-star stay on picturesque Rhodes, including breakfast and dinnerEnjoying a sublime massage with a view of the Aegean
- Sampling gyros so delicious that it would make Zorba weep, at gourmet Basil restaurant
- Receiving complimentary breakfast and dinner
- Enjoying the bougainvillea-scented breeze, as you tread Lindean Village's cobblestones back to your plush room
What To Know
- Free WiFi throughout the resort
- Some suites come with private pools
- Welcome reception includes homemade lemonade and local liquor
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
In 2014, Greece proudly marched away from the Blue Flag beach awards with 395 perfect beach locations to its name. A good proportion of the very best sun-kissed sand havens can be found on the gorgeous island of Rhodes. In the southeastern village of Lardos, home to one such award-winning beach, and near whitewashed Lindos, Lindian Village is an elegant escape that’s positively overflowing with five-star attributes and impeccable service.
Set within sixty acres of landscaped grounds, this tranquil, TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence-winning hideaway feels every bit the traditional Rhodes retreat. It comes complete with cobbled alleyways, a central square and beautiful bougainvillea. There’s also a private beach, plus an indoor gym, freshwater swimming pools and a divine spa. And don’t forget the five sublime restaurants, plus the pool bar and evening lounge bar, waiting to indulge your senses.
The stylish rooms are spacious and adopt a fresh and natural palette that incorporates crisp whites and soothing greens. Each comes complete with a balcony, affording views over the bougainvillea-filled gardens. The luxe details extend to fluffy bathrobes, slippers, beach towels and organic
Five cosmopolitan restaurants (four a la carte and one buffet restaurant) serving an array of international cuisine, like Thai, Mediterranean, seafood and traditional Greek delights are dotted around Lindian Village. Al-fresco café and bars whip up cappuccinos or cocktails to suit you, and you can also learn how to make that perfect Greek salad with cooking lessons from the executive chef.
The lavish spa is a blissfully calm environment to slink into after a luxurious day on the beach. Four treatment rooms are on hand with themed menus such as the ‘Namaste menu’ with Asian based treatments and the ‘Persephone menu’ which uses ancient Greek remedies. Treatments cater for skin corrective facials, pampering body treatments and massages – which you can also take outside at an outdoor pavilion for priceless sea views. There’s an indoor swimming pool with hydro-jet massage, Turkish baths, sauna and a Jacuzzi featuring Oriental water treatments.
Lindian Village is ideally located on a kilometre of private beachfront in one of the most stunning and picturesque parts of Rhodes Island. The hotel offers an extensive list of premium activities and excursions, including wine tasting on the beach, sailing lessons and open-air Greek movie nights.A short drive away you’ll find the sublime whitewashed town of Lindos, with its renowned acropolis and sandy beaches. Romantic Rhodes Town holds a UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Town, a dazzling harbor, medieval ramparts and plenty of shops and restaurants a 40-minute drive north from Lindian Village.
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We really enjoyed our stay in Lindian Village, in fact, it exceeded our expectations.
We went to a different place in Greece last year, and it was incomparable to this even tough the price point was similar.
Accomondation & room service: 10/10
Nice, clean room with a balcony with a nice view. Room service was great, available 24/7 & cleaned our room 2x a day!
The service here made our stay THE BEST. Tsambikos, our favorite waiter, always made us feel special, as well as the head manager. They are super fun & nice to talk with!
We usually ate lunch here at the pool restaurant, and went for dinner to Lindos. The pool restaurant actually has great food options, and even brings it to the beach if you wish so. Price point is regular for Rhodes.
The reception called us taxi whenever we needed ASAP.
We ate dinner about 3 times here, and would recommend the Oyster restaurant. It is a bit pricy, but compared to Lindos (taxi+food+taxi back) it’s actually cheaper in the end.
Beach & fun:
Go to Sabina’s water sport and take their all day yacht cruise, completely worth it!
All in all, we would definitely come back!
Lindian village resort is close to small city Lardos cca 1 hour by car from international Rhodos airport. At the reception is office of Rodos rent-car directly.
We arrived to the hotel at midnight and we got a cold-plate with meals and champagne bottle instead of missed dinner. We got a River pool suite opposite a construction site for new Bohemian wing (Nr.832) - there was a noise and workers watched to our garden with pool directly. It was unpleasant. During first day we made a complaint and they moved our family to new suite (Nr.854). It was perfect for our family holiday- living room with sofa bed and bedroom with king size bed, perfect bathroom and quiet garden with swimming pool. Room was regularly cleaned, towels were changed.
We had a HB - breakfast was rich, hot and cold buffet. There is possibility to order a omelette, vaffle etc. I don´t understand while I have order a fresh orange juice at the waiters. They don´t have a time for a cleaning of tables. We had a possibility(as suite guest) to visit a pool restaurant for served breakfast.
A dinner was served - 5 course meals at the same breakfast restaurant.
Waiters were friendly but sometimes were confused.
Swimming pool was close to a beach, There was a restaurant for lunch or bar for drinks. But you dont find there any equipments for children (slides etc), there is only shallow small pool.
Beach contains from a small stones, there you use a pavillions, sunbeds under umbrellas or among trees. Sea was totally clean but the depth beginings 4 metres from the beach.
In area you can visit a Sabina watersport centre and use a different water equipments.
We chose 2,5 hours long trip by boat with snorkeling in some quiet bays.
In Lardos is open-air go-karts 500 m long with english owner. This area is open till the late night and our son used twice at 10 pm.
There is a small shop in the centre of resort and one bigger 100 m in front of the resort.
During our stay we visit a Prasonisi beach (40 min by car to the south of island). There is perfect sand beach and you can visit two seas - peacefull Mediterranean and stormy Aegean.
Its a perfect resort but if you have an experience with children police in turkish resorts in Antalya area you could be a dissapointing. For adults I can highly recommend.
Service in the reseption and other staff was excellent,room changing took about 10 minutes.we had to change the room because of the noise from the construction works.
Service in the restaurants was slow and prices were really high in the poolbar. Spa prices were high too. We think that the best diningexperience was in the mainrestaurant, the greekrestaurant was a dissapointment. We had a room with jacuzzi, the room needed updating and teracce was dirty all the time.jacuzzi was the best thing in the room.
The star in the hotel was mr Tsampikos from the main restaurant,always friendly and we had the best service from him.
Overall,we expected little bit more for the price.
The hotel is incredibly beautiful with immaculate gardens and impressive attention to detail. The staff are by far the main sell for this hotel, every single one I met making my stay memorable (small things like remembering my name, favourite wines and continuing conversations from previous days). My flight was delayed by quite a few hours so I arrived at midnight. I thought it was a wonderful touch for the team to send up a selection of foods from the day so that I did not miss out.
The food is fantastic but I would strongly recommend on the first-day booking places at the 'themed' restaurants as they fill up extremely fast. (on my second day there were no spaces left) When it comes to the main restaurant, the entertainment was a lovely touch. The only issue I had appears to be one that many have mentioned, the timing of food. As the main restaurant is quite busy, you can wait quite a while between courses and then occasionally, more than one turns up with the waiters unaware of what course you have had. It sounds quite petty but I did have to remind the main restaurant quite frequently of what I had ordered and what I had just finished so that they could send over the correct food. I am sure there is a more efficient system that could be used as I was sympathising with the staff for the sheer mass of food that they were trying to organise and deliver.
I stayed in the River Passage Junior Suite which was beautiful, large and very clean. No complaints at all but a suggestion to the hotel would be to have additional lighting outside as I would have loved to enjoy the roof terrace in the evening but it was just so dark.
The pools are great and there are plenty of sun loungers and beds with service such as food and drinks available. The beach is private and out of the way of other hotels so felt wonderfully secluded and a great place to relax.
The hotel is the perfect choice for those looking to relax as it is out of the way from the attractions and the nightlife.
Great hotel. The staff is friendly and helpful. The site is full of the most beautiful flowers and plants. Very well kept. The breakfast is great and the further meals are good too. There are enough beds available, at least in June.Only the prices of the drinks are too high.