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Set against the backdrop of the stunning volcanic Krana hills and overlooking the handsome town of Lindos with its ancient landmarks and golden sand beaches, Caesar’s Gardens makes for an idyllic getaway on the historic island of Rhodes.
With sophisticated décor and architecture that is distinctly Aegean, this adult-only hotel is the pinnacle of Rhodian luxury. Including a restaurant and bar with a menu of signature cocktails, and an outdoor wellness centre headed by experts - a stay at Caesar's Gardens is guaranteed to be a unique boutique experience.
Breakfast is a distinctly Mediterranean affair, that includes homemade jams and spreads and organic eggs from the hotel’s resident hens.
The exceptional Tárate restaurant is a triumph of fine dining. Using the freshest ingredients grown on site to create artistic and delicious dishes, dinner at Caesar’s Gardens is truly farm-to-table. The chefs combine contemporary creativity with traditional techniques and dishes are paired with local wines to offer a first-class dining experience. The bar serves up signature cocktails crafted by the hotels expert mixologists.
Sumptuously decorated in bohemian Aegean chic, blending traditional furnishings with contemporary appliances, the hotel is comprised of 23 rooms and surrounded by botanical gardens, with balconies in most rooms overlooking the gardens or with views to the sea.
The most premium four suites have their own plunge pools on a private veranda and are set in the olive garden of the Magnolia Spa. Some suites also allow for four-legged guests to stay too, with prior notice (extra charge applies). All bedrooms come with luxury bathroom toiletries by Apitiva.
The Magnolia Spa in the hotel’s fragrant gardens is a holistic sanctuary designed to allow you to fully unwind. You can choose between a variety of treatments such as massages, thalassotherapy and facials using local ingredients such as yoghurt and algae. The hotel has two beautiful outdoor pools to choose between.
The pretty village of Lindos is just a few minutes' walk away. Its narrow cobblestone streets, ancient landmarks and traditional tavernas sit in the shadow of the mighty Lindos Acropolis and citadel ruins. The town sits on the hillside above two lovely sandy beaches, and just a short drive down the coast is St. Paul’s beach, a popular spot for the locals.
Hiring a car to explore the island is highly recommended. The city of Rhodes on the north of the island (1-hour by car), which is steeped in history and brimming with famous sites, is a must-see.