Lindian Village


The designer hotel Lindian Village is located on the south-eastern coast of Rhodes and resembles a classic Greek island village, situated directly by the pebble beach of Lardos Bay.


White bungalows are surrounded by green gardens full of typical island flowers and shrubs. Transfers are quick and easy, the airport of Rhodes is only 65 kilometres away.


This exclusive, spacious estate was elegantly renovated in 2004 and offers a total of 153 rooms, which are generously distributed between several read more » one and two storey houses.


Enjoy your breakfast buffet and a sumptuous evening menu at the Lindian Village’s main restaurant. A Thai and a Greek restaurant serve additional specialties.


Those who relish fresh seafood are well advised to dine at the fish restaurant located within the hotel premises – enjoy a wonderful view of the ocean while savouring the seafood delicacies.


The Lindian Village on Rhodes offers everything the traveller’s heart desires. A lobby-bar, pool-restaurant and beach-bar are further facilities the luxury hotel features.


Enjoy the large indoor and outdoor pool area with a separate children’s pool or pamper yourself in the Lindian Village’s exclusive wellness area, which offers massages, beauty treatments, sauna, Jacuzzi and a Turkish bath.


Physically active guests may appreciate the fitness centre, play tennis on the flood-lit courts or go canoeing and surfing (canoes and surfboards are available for rent).


A small shopping arcade provides everything the heart desires. A large conference room, which seats up to 300 participants, provides the facilities for your business meeting.


Saving the best for last: Guests staying seven days or more are received with a candlelight dinner at the Greek gourmet restaurant, naturally, free of charge!


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Wonderfully situated by the long, sandy beach of Lardos, the Lindian Village is a sight for sore eyes with its quaint, whitewashed bungalows.


Set amidst the lush and endemic vegetation of the gardens, read more » 102 Mediterraneo – Classic-Rooms, 33 suites with private pools and 16 Hibiscus Junior Suites provide finest accommodation.


The modern and elegant rooms are decorated with soft colours, smooth shapes and underscore the Lindian Village’s Mediterranean flair. The light, wooden furniture blends magnificently with the lime green to azure colours of the fabrics and accessories.


All of the luxury units contain the following amenities: air conditioning, TV, stereo, mini-safe, mini-bar and internet. Guests residing in a Hibiscus Junior Suites can additionally tan themselves on their private sundeck or relax in the open-air Jacuzzi.


All bathrooms are elegantly decked out with marble and offer both a separate shower and a bathtub. Of course, soft bathrobes and quality toiletries are supplied.


For fine-dining, we recommend the superb Greek restaurant, which specialises in delicacies from the Greek mainland and the Aegean Islands. Furthermore, enjoy Thai, Southeast Asian or International haute-cuisine. Meet up for a relaxing cocktail at the Beach or Lobby Bar after dinner.


Admire the azure sky above Rhodes, relax on a deserted beach or settle down for a romantic candlelight dinner for two on your own terrace – this could be your honeymoon!


The Lindian Village’s service is excellent: lean back, name your wishes and let the caring and friendly staff take care of things. So easy and so fantastic!


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Among the Greek islands, Rhodes is the first-choice for an active holiday – choose among a large range of sports and excursions, Rhodes offers something for every taste!


The hubs for water sports read more » on the west coast are Ixia and Trianta, on the east coast Faliraki, Kolymbia, Kiotari and the City of Rhodes in the north. No matter what your heart desires, the water sport centres offer courses of every kind. Furthermore, the north-west coast is renowned for its excellent surfing conditions.


The City of Rhodes lies on a headland in the north and features a unique melange of a rich history and contemporary style. The old town is dominated by the imposing Grand Master’s Palace, which is protected by a four kilometres long wall.


In the present day, the gates are open and the defence walls no longer present an obstacle. Once inside, the visitor is surprised by Mosques and Minarets that are reminiscent of the Turkish past.


Magnificent Italian architecture, however, demonstrates that the Italians also played their role in Rhodes history. The central market is framed by shops and bazaars and every other corner sports a quaint tavern or stylish restaurant. An inspiring atmosphere!


The night-life in Rhodes is first-class. The Odós Orfanidou, the so-called bar street, comes alive with music and a cheerful vibe. Have an Ouzo or two and listen to the bands and musicians playing traditional Greek as well as international music.


However, needless to say, you may also relax back at the Lindian Village and indulge in the luxurious facilities. Treat yourself to a massage at the spa or go for a swim in the ocean, looking back at the breathtakingly beautiful island.


The Aegean Sea glitters in all shades of blue, green and turquoise. It is warm and crystal-clear. The bright sun enhances the colours of Rhodes and lights up the underwater beauty, which you can enjoy on a diving or snorkelling trip.


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