22.06.2024 | Citavý Michal
Late last summer we added a new hotel on the Greek island of Rhodes. After three naturist hotels in Greece closed their doors, it is currently the only accommodation in this popular summer destination. No wonder, therefore, that it is popular and selling well. That's not the only reason we decided to visit the hotel and get a personal experience.

First impressions

A newly built hotel, surrounded by a (future) garden. When we looked at the photos from last year, we had to admit that everything grows much faster in Rhodes than at home. So, in the gallery are photos from June 2024 and we hope to add more recent ones in a year or two. And we would be happy if you send us your photos to post. The owner lists 5*, for us it's a very superior 3* or a slightly weaker 4*.
The building is simple, elegant, well built at first glance. A central corridor leads from the reception to the dining room/bar overlooking the sea, a few steps away. Identical 14 rooms are accessed from the corridor, some facing east and some facing west.

There is quite a large garden around the hotel and you can see that the owner really likes it. The lawn is almost English, watered twice a day, with a tiny sun-powered lawnmower gliding over it. Lots of olive and banana trees and other trees. In the part of the property away from the sea there is a parking lot and a vegetable garden.


Each room has a small terrace with a table and two chairs. The room has air conditioning, TV, small safe-box, small fridge, one armchair and two seats. By the comfortable bed there are two bedside tables. The bathroom has a hairdryer, but is lacking a shelf/cabinet for toiletries and a socket for a shaver. There are five sockets in the room, but two are taken up by the TV and fridge. The sliding patio door also has a separate mosquito net, so it's possible to sleep with the door open.

The restaurant/bar has big windows offering a beautiful view of the sea. Plenty of tables, sofas for laziiing with a coffee or a glass of wine.

Breakfast is buffet type, quite a modest selection, but the food offered is of good quality. It is not very clear to us why only cherry tomatoes are offered from the vegetables here. There are no peppers, cucumbers, just nothing else. A single kind of cheese and ham and/or salami. Of course, there are eggs and excellent Greek yoghurt. Great option with muesli or corn flakes. At breakfast, guests choose their main course for dinner, from three options, one is always vegetarian. A simple salad is served with dinner, followed by dessert. The chef is really good. Meals are prepared using only Greek extra virgin oil, organic local produce and free-range meat (hotel information, can't verify).

Lunch can be ordered from the lunch menu (see photos) or you may like to explore the plentiful local tavernas during your excursions. We highly recommend renting a scooter or a car and explore Rhodes in more detail. It is worth it. We recommend a local car rental company. They are professional, friendly and offer insurance with zero participation. They have their office and parking at the airport so it's with minimal time loss. You can check out our article on Rhodes in our blog.

Anyway, all that's left to do is walk out to the pool, which is beautifully warm, clean and chlorine free. There are plenty of sunbeds around it, no need to "reserve" them in the morning. Next to the pool is a jacuzzi, under completion at the time of our visit. Similarly, the pool table, mentioned on the hotel's website, has been booked but delivery is being delayed for three months already.

There is a place for beach volleyball and a ping-pong table between the pool and the beach. You can borrow bows and arrows at the reception and try archery.

The beach is a combination of sand and pebbles. Water shoes are a definite advantage. The beach is windward most of the time.

Finally, we can't fail to mention the planes. The hotel is about 2.5km from the airport and is in the line of the runway extension. Planes do indeed fly right on top of the hotel and make noise, as low flying jets are wont to do. On the other hand, both of us as well as other clients we spoke to quickly got used to it. The rooms are pretty well soundproofed, I didn't hear the planes at night, my wife did. She said the last one flies after midnight and the first one after 6am. Who knows...


For us a wonderful destination, one of the best in Europe.

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