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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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

A laid-back stay at a five-star Greek-island retreat, with complimentary breakfast and dinner included

The Lowdown

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.

Rooms

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

Dining

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.

Spa

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. 

Location

  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.

How to Get There

Lindian Village
Lardos Beach
Rhodes, 85109 Greece

Reviews

Peace & quiet
GoanCrazy

The Lindian Village may not be everyone's cup of tea but it certainly ticked all our boxes. Our greeting on arrival at 8pm was welcoming and charming, two glasses of fresh home made lemonade arrived together with a bowl of Greek Delight, check in painless and a great tour of the site by golf buggy to show us where ameneties were located to give us an introduction to the Village. A quick shower and change and off to dinner. Katrina welcomed us with a beaming smileand showed us to a table. Service was impecable, 5 course dinner was superb, in fact we sampled over 45 different

Marvelous family vacation
ShmulikAlbo

Our fifth time, and we LOVE it!

Marvelous hotel. Pure family time - relaxing. Wonderful facilities - amazing rooms, super clean with first class service, great 3 pools with plenty of space, watersport activities - Sabinas watersport, and the best one - relaxing beds and soft inviting reading spots in-front off a magical privat beach.

Lovely staff, wherever you go you meet kind and welcoming people, fantastic!

Special thanks to Despina, Fotis, Tasos & Oli for the wonderful worm hospitality!

We'll meet again :)
Albo family

A perfect getaway from it all with a hint of luxury
JosieFlo

The grounds are really well cared for, gardens are beautiful and there is a stream running right through the middle which is lovely. All accommodation is no more than two levels which make it feel very private. All the staff are lovely and I really felt looked after. The bed and pillows are the comfiest I have ever slept on - including my own at home!

Breakfast buffet was fresh and plentiful - the usual egg man cooking omelettes to order and eggs every which way you wanted and it is also open to 10.30am which makes a nice change, very relaxed.

The resort is a little out of the way so not great of you want to explore as you have to get a taxi everywhere but perfect for our requirements - a week in the sun, so not really a 'dislike' of mine. The beach (not the resorts fault!) is very pebbly and looks like builders sand, you definitely need beach shoes or leather feet. But on the plus side, the water is so so clear.

I booked a room with a pool which was stunning but probably a waste of the additional cost as there were only two of us and we only used it a couple of times, we both preferred the beach, pebbles and all. We have room service one night which was served promptly and was not cold when it arrived!

There is a boat which pulls right up on the beach and you can go to Lindos or Rhodes for the day, very convenient.

All in all, a really lovely hotel with a few cats and kittens on the grounds - a bonus for me as I am a cat lover :)