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Upmarket yet understated, Lindos Sun Hotel offers simple splendour. The traditional whitewashed, cubist-style buildings stand proud in the scenery and its elevated position gives striking views over the Mediterranean.
Its large swimming pool, 33 metres in length, surrounded by beautiful verdant lawns and gardens invites you to take the plunge and truly immerse in a sunshine-filled Rhodian break, or some premium suites have private pools for those seeking total seclusion.
The multilingual and friendly staff will ensure your stay is unforgettable.
A superb breakfast buffet is served in the airy dining room or al fresco beneath the shade of the pretty pergola. If preferred, breakfast can be enjoyed in the comfort of your room. The poolside snack bar serves up delightful snacks and thirst-quenching tipples all day.
Balmy Rhodian evenings are ideal for enjoying the dinner buffet outdoors, or the town of Lindos has many traditional tavernas and other Mediterranean restaurants. The town and its beaches also play host to a variety of bars for decadence after dark.
Most of the 40 rooms of the Lindos Sun have their own private veranda, with many boasting views over the glittering ocean. Coolly decorated in crisp, striking white, the rooms provide absolute sanctuary from the intense midday sun, and offer a simple chic space to rest after a day of island enjoyment. The more premium rooms also come with plunge pools on the veranda for tranquil, private relaxation.
The rooms have luxury bathrooms with massage showers or jet tubs, and extra touches such as tablet computers provided upon request and massage services ordered to rooms give the experience a personal feel.
The historic town of Lindos is just a 5-minute drive away and plays host to many ancient landmarks such as the Acropolis of Lindos in the citadel ruins, the Archokrateio monument and the Ancient Theatre of Lindos. The pretty town is a warren of pretty cobblestone streets, great for exploring on an afternoon of shopping and bar-hopping.
Lindos beach and Pallas beach are just down the hillside from the town, or further south down the coast is St. Pauls beach, popular with the locals, just a couple of minutes' drive from the hotel (1.5 km). Movie buffs will delight at the fact that the hotel overlooks the beaches where the ‘Guns of Navarone’ was filmed.
The city of Rhodes is a 1 hour drive from the hotel, and is brimming with historical sites, diverse eateries and exciting nightlife, as well as pretty, yacht-filled harbours and sandy beaches. Hiring a car is an ideal way of exploring the island, or equally take a boat trip the town of Lindos to see the hidden beaches along the island’s rugged coastline.
How to get there
Rhodes Ferry Terminal is a 1-hour drive from the hotel (50 km)
Rhodes International Airport is a 55 drive from the hotel (53 km)