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I was traveling off-season for work and wasn't sure what kind of accommodation I would find in Rhodes. Spirit of the Knights turned out to be an unexpected treat. Beautiful boutique hotel in a great location in the middle of the old town. The service...More
My husband and I just spent 5 nights in this delightful hotel. It is a hidden gem! The facility is a 500+ year old building, which has been restored to the current condition. The hotel is located inside the walls of the old town. You...More
It is the second time we visited the Spirit of the Knights and again exceeded my expectations.
Location is great, inside the walls of the Old Town, no far from restaurants and shops, but still quiet to enjoy some peace when you wanted.
I have visited this hotel in the last week, as I have done on numerous occasions. I do feel I need to object to the 2 star review posted a few days ago. I am aware that a close family member died who was part...More
At winter time, hotel was quiet and really peaceful. Great location on old town. Huge rooms, great breakfast, friendly service. Hamam at Pasha suite was nice touch! Only down side was, that rooms might need some renovation. They are little bit worn out (e.g. curtains...More
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Our room had a King bed in it. Not sure if it could be split. But maybe, I would ask the staff directly. Our room also had a sofa that was twin bed sized, so could be slept on if people were not wanting to share a bed. We... More
Our room had a King bed in it. Not sure if it could be split. But maybe, I would ask the staff directly. Our room also had a sofa that was twin bed sized, so could be slept on if people were not wanting to share a bed. We were in the Pasha suite.
You can always sunbathe in the private courtyard of the Hotel or go to one of the many beaches that are outside of the castle walls. It is easy to grab a cab and be to a beach in a couple of minutes. Great swimming and... More
You can always sunbathe in the private courtyard of the Hotel or go to one of the many beaches that are outside of the castle walls. It is easy to grab a cab and be to a beach in a couple of minutes. Great swimming and wind surfing beaches are very close, but not for walking to. There are break walls and piers just outside the walls. We took a cab to the beaches. They were efficient and reasonable.
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"Most rooms are accessible via an exterior stone staircase which is a little steep for those with short legs."