Lindos Princess Beach Hotel
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Very beautiful old city and ruins. 300 days of sunshine a year. Visited the Knights of St John castle. We have now visited the 7 wonders of the Ancient Greek and Roman world without really trying! Very warm day again but moderately cooler at 31 than they had 3 days ago - 47c. Sailed to Symi this afternoon, a very beautiful town with colourful houses perched on the side of the harbour. Had to have a banana ...
... this car was broken and since we'd moved only a short distance away from town on the downhill, we turned around to try to get back to town to call Avis. Going back uphill was nearly impossible and we were not even sure we could make it the short distance back up but we finally did at a crawl. That did not prevent some young holiday makers from honking at us from behind (despite us having the hazard lights flashing). Finally, and very laboriously, we did make it to a ...
I chew the human to bits and then swallow the bits of flesh floating under the water. I swim under the water searching for more stuff to eat. As I swim across the large expanse of water I run into a few submarine mines and they explode the moment I hit them burning my flesh, but the mines don't kill me so I swim to the surface to regain some of my health by eating another unlucky person. Out of nowhere a huge great white shark swims out of the depths of ...
... was fun to be back in a car since the roads in Greece are so eventful but also because the scenery is so unbelievably beautiful at every turn. Driving down the west coast of Rhodes island we stopped into a small roadside taverna for lunch. The matronly host could be seen to cut off small pieces of herb plants from her own little garden just off the patio upon which we were dining, and even gave us a couple of sprigs of freshly-cut basil to take with us. ...
... late start we still had a very full day. After a very relaxing stop for salad and drinks by the seashore we even had time for a sunset cruise that went into and out of Rhodes' incredibly historic multiple ports. The oldest port features columns at its entrance topped with beautiful statues of deer. In nearly all of its representations, this is the exact site where the famous Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, stood astride the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Historical Traveler Reviews Lindos Princess Beach Hotel Lardos
Not all that great
We have just returned from this hotel, and are not really that satisfied. Maybe because we took the trip in August... The hotel was full. Had to get up early in the morning to reserve chairs by the pool. The main restaurant/cafeteria was constantly crowded; therefore, walking with a bowl of a hot soup created a lot of hazard. And always had to wait for the table. Some of the staff friendly, but also a lot of rudeness. Would never go back there, Rhodes either.
Very good hotel, great family rooms and air conditioning that actual works in the Med! At resort for one week with family ( 5 and 2 year old boys included.) Pools very clean and well maintained. Lots of variety. Food much better than in the all inclusives we have been to in the Canary Islands. Water is very clean at the beach and there are loads of lounge chairs at the pools and at the virtually private beach. Huge lobby with an echoing dome full of Greek gods...also, the hotel shop on the pool level has all sorts of gear and suncreams and other things - and doesn't gouge you compared to the shops on the same road. Babis is the best barman at the Poolside bar. Beach bar and snack bar is a good option as well to stay close to the waves.
Tolles Hotel, herzlicher Empfang, kalte Schwimmbeck
Schönes Hotel, etwas abgelegen, aber schön ruhig und entspannend. Fantastisch für Kinder. Essen war na ja, Minibar super, Zimmer überdurchschnittlich gut, Personal okay (mehr oder weniger) (sprechen aus irgendeinem Grund nicht so gerne englisch), zum Schwimmen war das Wasser in den Pools zu kalt, von Hunderten von Gästen waren vielleicht 6 in den Pools (ES GAB 4). INSGESAMT OKAY, UNGEFÄHR 4-STERNE-STANDARD.
Für mich ist das Lindos Princess Hotel das beste, in dem ich je gewesen bin! Wunderschönes Hotel, Personal sehr freundlich, Essen genauso schön mit ganz viel Auswahl (aber falls Sie ein kleines Baby dabei haben, nehmen Sie genug Milch mit, und wenn Sie Bananen und Äpfel brauchen, finden Sie diese in einer kleinen Bar in der Nähe des Hotels oder auch direkt in Rhodos). Meine Vierjährige war von Anfang auf dem tollen Park im Hotelgelände neben dem Kinderbecken beschäftigt, und wenn die Kinderclubleiter auch alle deutsch sprachen, haben sie sich jedoch sehr gut um sie gekümmert. Wir brauchten nie zum Pool zu hetzen, um einen Liegestuhl zu erwischen, sondern hatten sogar die ganze Woche über dieselben. Ich werde meinen nächsten Urlaub mit Sicherheit wieder in diesem Hotel verbringen. Perfekt!!
We went as a couple to Lindos Princess for a week in Mid May 2006. We're 28 and 32. We believe that the Hotel was outstanding, particularly for the money; especially since other all-inclusive hotels were getting slated on Trip Advisor.
Lindos Princess Hotel has got to be for me the best hotel i have ever stayed in!
stayed early sept 05, the hotel is beautifull and has many painting of greek scenes in alcoves around the hotel, but the main recption hall is a must see, it has a domed ceiling with a painting around it, a very large local scene on the wall behind recption.
Great hotel warm reception cold swiming pools
nice hotel a bit out of the way but nice and quiet and relaxing fantastic for children food was ish mini bar was great rooms were above average staff were ok(ish) (not over keen on english 4 some reason)swiming and pools were too cold there was hundreds of people and about 6 in the pools (THERE WERE 4)
ALL IN ALL OK ABOUT 4*