All Inclusive Rhodes Holidays - Lindos Beach

Rhodes All Inclusive Holidays











Getting to Rhodes

Getting To & Around Rhodes

Airlines

Rhodes is easy to get to, especially during the holiday season. Airlines like Jet2, easyJet and TUI all offer direct flights from the UK to Rhodes International Airport (RHO) in the very north of the island.

Tour Operators

You can easily book package holidays with tour operators like loveholidays, Jet2holidays and On The Beach, however, you should bear in mind that not everything is included. For example, packages usually include flights and all inclusive accommodation, however, you might need to add on things like luggage and airport transfers to your booking before you pay. Other companies like Jet2holidays and TUI include these as standard.

Getting Around

hotel room - where to stay All Inclusive in Rhodes

Where To Stay In Rhodes

Rhodes is home to a plethora of all-inclusive resorts, each offering a unique slice of heaven. Picture yourself at the luxurious Elysium Resort & Spa, where elegance meets exquisite service, or the family-friendly Atlantica Aegean Blue, with its waterpark that promises endless fun for the kiddos. For couples seeking a romantic retreat, the Lindos Blu Luxury Hotel & Suites offers tranquility and breathtaking views.

Budget-conscious travellers need not worry, as the Sunshine Vacation Club Rhodes provides great value without compromising on quality. Each resort boasts a variety of dining options, from traditional Greek tavernas to international gourmet restaurants, ensuring your taste buds are as pampered as you are. Dive into the plethora of activities available, from water sports to spa treatments, making your Rhodes all-inclusive holiday truly unforgettable.

Things to do in Rhodes

Things To Do In Rhodes Beyond The Resort

While the allure of all-inclusive luxury is undeniable, Rhodes beckons with its rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty. Venture beyond the resort to uncover ancient wonders like the Acropolis of Lindos, with its breathtaking views, or the medieval Old Town of Rhodes, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Embrace the island's natural splendour by visiting the Valley of the Butterflies or taking a boat trip to the crystal-clear waters of Anthony Quinn Bay. Sample local delicacies in a quaint village taverna, where the charm of Greek hospitality shines brightest.

Whether it's through exploring historic sites, hiking scenic trails, or simply soaking up the local culture, adding a dash of adventure to your Rhodes all-inclusive holiday enriches your experience, making it truly unforgettable.

What To Expect On An All Inclusive Holiday In Rhodes

What To Expect On An All Inclusive Holiday In Rhodes

At The Hotel

Wave goodbye to holiday budgeting woes with a Rhodes all-inclusive package. From the moment you check in, experience the joy of having all your needs catered to. Savour buffet breakfasts, lazy lunches, and themed dinner nights without reaching for your wallet. Unlimited drinks, be it a morning coffee or a midnight cocktail, mean you're always hydrated (or spirited!).

Not just about food and drink, these packages often include a range of activities, from tennis and beach volleyball to evening entertainment and kids' clubs. Some resorts even throw in a selection of water sports or guided tours, ensuring every day is an adventure. Remember, while most amenities are covered, it's wise to check if premium drinks, special dining experiences, or off-site excursions are extra, so you're fully clued up on what your Rhodes all-inclusive holiday includes.

Free Child Places

Some of the hotels and tour operators offer free child places on all inclusive holidays to Rhodes, including TUI and Jet2. When two adults pay the full price, a child can sometimes go free, which includes their flight, accommodation and food and drink.







Frequently Asked Questions

There are one or two great adults only all inclusive resorts in Rhodes, however, you have more options for resorts with adults only areas like the Hotel La Marquise in Kalithea.

Like all the Greek islands, Rhodes is generally considered very safe, however, as a tourist hotspot, there are risks of petty crime like pickpockets, particularly in busy areas like Faliraki and Rhodes Town.




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