Lindos Village Resort & Spa
What We Love
- A relaxing, adults-only retreat on the Greek island of Rhodes, with breakfast includedAdmiring the beautiful sea and mountain views from the resort
- Sipping a sunset cocktails on the verandah at the main lobby bar
- Cooling off in the expansive swimming pool
- Being just a short walk from one of Rhodes' most beautiful beaches
What To Know
- This tranquil getaway has a garden and two outdoor pools
- There's a small on-site market in case you forgot to pack any travel products
- The shady restaurant terrace is the popular spot among guests
Perched on a sun-drenched hilltop in one of Rhodes’ prettiest spots, Lindos Village Resort & Spa is a tranquil and relaxing adults-only retreat that combines the rustic simplicity of its location near a historic village with the service and amenities of a luxury resort.
From the grand lobby, you can spy the Aegean and nearby mountains, the stunning swimming pool, and even the rooms. Meanwhile, one of the island’s most beautiful beaches is just a short walk down the hill. As an added bonus, you’ll also have full access to the facilities and amenities of the larger sister hotel next door.
How to Get There
Peaceful and relaxing holiday , beautiful hotel and friendly helpful staff, 10 mins walk to beach , excellent food ,we
Upgraded to half board save having to find somewhere at nighttime to eat , we weren’t disappointed plenty of choice , its on a hillside so be prepared for steps ,bonus to that is that the views and sunrise are something to be remembered
A beautiful hotel, but a very poor and non reliable service at the reception. The room was good and big but its view was unacceptable. Although we asked for a room with a view and the female receptionist confirmed it, finally the room was not the expected one and its view was the fence of the garden!!!. Since we arrived around 10.00pm, we asked for some food, but they provided us a club sandwich of very bad quality. The staff for the rooms was very good and polite. The buffet breakfast was ample but the quality was very poor. The 2nd day I was looking for a towel, because the clean service didn't have the required number of towels for the rooms. I went for relaxing at the pool, where I asked a freddo espresso and they brought me the iced coffee in a small paper glass!!!
The stars of the hotel, doesn't reflect its quality and the reliability of the reception staff.
Just completed a 10 day stay at the Lindos Village. Overall a nice hotel, staff very friendly and helpful. One issue spoils the experience which the hotel is very aware of and could easily remedy. PLEASE PLEASE ARRANGE A COURTESY BUS TO LINDOS IN THE EVENING!!! Ok, most guests are aware that the hotel is 4km away from Lindos Town where most guests head to for evening meals and nightlife. You have to order a taxi through reception, receiving a chit for your specific taxi at 12 euros, then catch a return from Lindos 9 or 10 euros. This can add 200+ euros to the cost of your holiday. Most guests cottoned on and shared where possible, but the whole system is a farce with taxis dropping guests off then driving off back to Lindos empty whilst you waited for your specific taxi. This pissed everyone off and left a bad taste in an otherwise great experience. Lindos Town is buzzing at night, most of the roof top restaurants are excellent and reasonably priced (60-70 euros for 2 people, 2 courses plus wine). Most of the restaurants didn't push a desert menu unless asked, however some brought a desert gratis at the end of meal along with a shot of local fire water. We liked Olympia, Acropolis, Alexis and Mythos. During the day Lindos is crowded the tourist shops are everywhere but worth a mooch round and the citadel and acropolis are spectacular! The hotel breakfast is good, evening buffet is OK, though we sat outside in the dark and could not see what we were eating. The pool area is nice and the pool staff impeccable. The layout of the hotel is confusing and it took us a couple of days to orientate. The Vlicha bay 10 minutes walk away is a nice pebbly seafront, gorgeous for swimming and free sunbeds and umbrellas for hotel guests. Tsambiki beach was the nicest sandy beach, about 20 minutes drive. Rhodes Town is great for a day trip, 4.90 euros on the bus one way, buses are good but can be crowded. The Butterfly valley was nice, you have to pay 4.50 euros to enter the park, but the dead butterfly displays for sale where an outright disgrace. Weather 27c in early October beautiful. Would we return? Maybe if they sorted out a nightly transfer to Lindos or we would have walked (50 to 60 minutes) if there was a safe foot path.