Consisting of small, colourful houses, the Lindos Imperial originally opened in 2006. Built in the form of a village, the complex extends down to Kiotari beach. The buildings are well maintained and the complex is spacious enough so that it never feels overcrowded. The clientele is mostly European, from Italy, France, Germany etc. As with most of the other hotels in Rhodes, the Lindos Imperial is open during the summer season from April to October.
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The Lindos Imperial is located on the wide beach of Kiotari, on the southern coast of the island of Rhodes. This area is booming, with several construction projects currently under way. The hotel is 35 mi from Rhodes airport, which is about an hour's drive away. It takes about the same time to reach the historic centre of Rhodes, which is about 37 mi from the hotel. The village of Lindos is a 10 minute drive away.
The 451 rooms are divided into small units of a maximum of two-stories, located beside the sea. All of the rooms are spacious, regardless of their category. The standard rooms are decorated in a relatively modern style, like the other categories. Shades of beige dominate the decor and there are no extravagant details, but the ensemble exudes a certain charm and everything is comfortable. It is a pity, however, that the toilets are not separate from the bathroom. In terms of facilities, all the essentials are provided: air-conditioning, a safe, a mini-bar etc. However, there is no room service!
The reception of the Lindos Imperial gives a good first impression: the space is very bright and the comfortable seating areas are very elegant. The spacious lobby opens onto a large garden leading down to the beach. Below, the large main pool is built on three levels and is surrounded by plastic deckchairs shaded by canvas parasols. A small pool is reserved for guests in search of peace and quiet. Each pool has a bar where you can cool off and eat a snack.
What the hotel calls a spa, we would describe more as a fitness centre. The place is extremely clean, but has not been specifically designed as a place of relaxation. The five treatment rooms have no particular decor worth mentioning, there is no pleasant fragrance, and not even a candle to soften the light. The indoor pool is accompanied by a sauna, steam room and gym.
All of the sports facilities are set out of the way so as not to disturb the other guests. In addition to tennis and archery facilities, the hotel also has a swimming pool with six slides, surrounded by deckchairs and parasols.
Food and drink
The main restaurant is open for 3 different periods of the day. The buffets served are accompanied by two show cooking areas. The room is large but can be rather noisy at meal times. It is more pleasant to sit outside, even if only for the view, however the number of places is very limited. International cuisine is served in sufficient quantity and there are also some Greek specialities. The à la carte restaurant alternates between Asian and Italian cuisine for dinner, however it closes for the Greek night. Finally, the Tavern offers mezze and ouzo during the day and a menu of Mediterranean dishes in the evening.
The Lindos Imperial is located on Kiotari beach. As the beach is public, the hotel charges its guests £2.50 per person to rent a plastic deckchair for the day. To avoid crossing the road that separates the complex from the beach, the hotel has built an underground passage for guests to use. The beach is covered with grey sand with pebbles in places. The seabed is rather rocky, however this does not prevent the sea from having a very attractive colour. The water sports club does not belong to the hotel so guests have to pay extra to participate in any of the activities.
Wireless Internet is available at an extra cost in the lobby or the Internet Corner.
Beach towels are available from reception for a £13 deposit.
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