This hotel is the island's most awarded luxury hotel, harmonically combines discrete luxury and authentic quality. Uniquely situated in an area of 30,000 m2, it enjoys a premier beachfront location, right on the Blue Flag sand and pebble beach of Kallithea. The hotel is in close proximity to the City of Rhodes (8 km via regular public bus service) with its splendid medieval town and its famous historical sites, as well as to the island's places of natural beauty. Rodos Palladium is renowned for its exceptional service, elegant restaurants with fine Greek & Mediterranean cuisine, relaxing bars, and large tropical pools. The hotel's spa centre offers a wide range of Thalgo relaxation and beauty treatments - the renowned French name in the world of marine treatment. A fitness studio with sea view and a wide range of sports options are also available.
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The hotel had a mix of family's, couples and singles. Staff always helpful, The rooms good, clean and a fair size. there was a good choice of food and theme nights of different country styles. The 1 thing that really impressed me was 1 of the owners helping out in the restaurant and the regards the staff had for him. Beach are and swimming pools for sunning and swimming, including a child area.
Rodos Palladium hotel exceeded my expectations. Clean, everything looks new. Good room service...
A comfortable good size room (the cheapest type), beautiful sea view, a big furnished balcony is a nice bonus to the leisure time. Breakfast with champagne, good choice of food. Everything's tasty. Delicious pastries. The water in the sea was warm enough in the second part of October for enjoying swimming. Thank you very much Rodos Palladium team.
A little tip - to take a taxi without the receptionist's help would be 3-5 euros cheaper.
The room was modern, clean and spacious. The pool is fresh water and quite cold, refreshing in the sun and too chilly in the shade.
Food was of a good standard, it is a buffet and has great options - exceptional salad bar and friendly restaurant staff.
We didn't use the main resort pool but it looked really nice and not too crowded around it.
The private beach was nice, particularly great to watch sunrise or go for a run at dawn - the cabanas are nice and water was clean and warm...
The cleaning staff are efficient and do a great job of refreshing the room.
We are going to stay next year with a larger group and I would recommend to anyone.
The only slight (I mean tiny) downside is having to provide card details twice and being summoned to reception to deal with it. This is to highlight just how good the stay was that this was the only thing I could highlight.
A nice hotel with good food and extremely cleanliness everywhere. The rooms are very comfortable with a perfect view to the ocean (if a sea view room was booked) The a la carte restaurant Thalassa at a great location offers good selection of food and drinks. So no worries if you have no long trousers packed which are required for men to wear in the main restaurant for dinner. There is only one thing to be mentioned which misses the perfect stay : on the beach there is lots of gravel just before entering the water so plastic shoes maybe recommended...
They put the gravel there just on purpose which was not clear to us why. No mention in the hotel description. Concerning Covid : They don´t ask if you´re tested or vaccinated when checking in but there are great measures in the restaurant and inside the building. It´s a different approach but we were o.k. with that.
Almost 5 stars. The location of this hotel is fab. Beachfront (mind the stones entering the sea) with own sun loungers, however, they do go very early...
The pool always had plenty of sun loungers, but the pool is freezing and was unpleasant having a dip, such a shame as it’s beautiful. The hotel is a short bus journey from Falaraki, which out of season we loved, it has some amazing restaurants and some nice bars. The bus was €1.20 each and takes about 10-15 mins. The taxi returning is €7. The bus stop is right outside the hotel, and you can also go to Rhodes old town, which took about 20-30 mins and costs €2.40 each, a taxi to return is €15. Turning to the hotel, the staff are amazing, super friendly and very helpful. The main areas of the Hotel are nicely decorated, including the spa, which gave us fab hot stone massages. We were upgraded to a superior room in the main part of the hotel, which was spacious and well decorated, the bathroom could be updated, and be careful in the shower as the tub is very slippery. The bed which was a super king was very comfortable. We did have a standard deluxe room on the day of checkout, whilst nice, I would pay for the upgrade to the superior as it’s much nicer. There is a mini market in the hotel which is fab for drinks and food. The hallways to the rooms and the main restaurant needs updating. The food for breakfast was very nice, plenty of choice, but does get bust at 09:30. All the food we had was lovely, we eat at the Poseidon beach bar, which had the best tzatziki I’ve ever tasted! We also eat at Thalassa on our last night, which not only is the most beautiful restaurant with a sea view, but the food was super yummy. All in all I would definitely recommend this hotel. The only reason this is not 5 stars,is it needs updating in places and the pool needs warming up. Thank you for an amazing holiday (after not travelling for 20 months).