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Rhodes Hotels

$199 or less
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House of Wonders Villas
Lindos , Rhodes
Greece 85107
Tel: 39 051 234 974
info@houseofwonders.com
www.lindos-holiday.com

If you'd like to stay in one of Rhodes's gorgeous 16th- and 17th-century Lindian sea captain's houses, talk to House of Wonders, an Anglo-French-Italian company (based in Bologna) that rents such places on behalf of their owners. Offerings include the stately Villa Beatrice, one of the largest and oldest houses in the village, with courtyards and terraces linked by tunnels, stairways, and bridges, and a private garden of olive and citrus trees. The smaller Villa Penelope, perched on the slope leading up to the acropolis, features a stupendous view over the Bay of Lindos and a lemon tree shading its jasmine-scented courtyard.

$199 or less
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Marco Polo Mansion
40–42 Ag. Fanouriou
Rhodes Town , Rhodes
Greece 85100
Tel: 30 22 4102 5562

Milanese artist and collector Giuseppe Sala owns this beautifully converted 15th-century Ottoman town house. With its mix of Indian and Turkish furnishings and its courtyard garden of orange and apricot trees, Sala's ten-room B&B is an oasis of refined taste. There are no Jacuzzis or mod cons (although one room does have its own private hammam)—but thanks to the helpful, English-speaking managers, Efi and Spiros Dede, you won't want for much. The property includes three more secluded suites in the Gallery annex down the road, perfect for a large family or a group of friends. Breakfast is served in the courtyard, which in the evening functions as a small café serving drinks and snacks.

$199 or less
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Melenos Apartments
Lindos , Rhodes
Greece 85107
Tel: 30 22 4403 1332
info@melenos-apartments.gr
www.melenos-apartments.gr

Occupying a traditional white house with a sunny shared courtyard, these ten apartments are fairly basic, but they're clean and set right in the center of Lindos. The beach at St. Paul's Bay is about a ten-minute walk away, and restaurants, bars, and shops are all nearby. The apartments, which accommodate two to four people, have simple, traditional sleeping platforms, cooking facilities, and air conditioning. The price includes a weekly maid service and change of linens.

$300-$399
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Rodos Park
12 Riga Fereou
Rhodes Town , Rhodes
Greece 85100
Tel: 30 22 4108 9700

The most modern hotel in this ancient city, the Rodos has 60 plush, contemporary units with satellite color TVs, minibars, and phones (the 30 suites even have Jacuzzi tubs). Many have views over the Old Town, which is a few minutes' walk away. The staff is warm and attentive, and the amenities include a large outdoor pool, fitness center, sauna, steam room, solarium, and massage. The cozy Lounge Room is a comfortable place to relax with afternoon tea; the Lobby Bar is great for cocktails. The hotel has two pleasant restaurants, one of them outside by the pool.

$199 or less
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S. Nikolis' Hotel & Apartments
61 Hippodamou
Rhodes Town , Rhodes
Greece 85100
Tel: 30 22 4103 4561

This picturesque hotel, on a quiet cobbled street in the Old Town, occupies an A.D. 1300 sandstone building with flagstone floors, wooden beams, and medieval-looking wrought-iron chandeliers. Some of the inn's 13 double rooms have verandas or balconies, while others have stone archways; all include welcome (if rather incongruous) amenities such as phones, hair dryers, color TVs, and air conditioners. The property also includes self-catering apartments, studios, and more lavish suites. Breakfast is served in the roof garden with a view of the harbor and Old Town; the restaurant serves traditional Greek fare for lunch and dinner, along with local wines. The bar has an impressive 800-year-old stone fireplace, where guests can warm themselves on chilly nights.

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