Europa Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

94 St, 28th October St, opposite Psaropoula Beach, Rhodes, Rhodes, 85100, Greece
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 21% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples40
  • Solo66
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

How to rent a room?

by wind001

I really need an information about Rodi. Do you know if is it easy to find a room to rent in this island? Is it true that in the harbour you can find the landlord that offer to the tourist rooms to rent? Do you know any website whit rent notices? And another question is about the tourists; what are the nationalities of the tourists in the island during the summer?

Re: How to rent a room?

by brotherleelove

If you arrive by ferry there will be many local people to meet the boats with rooms to rent. Also, at or near the port dock you will find businesses to help you find a room. Tourists from all over the world come to Rhodes in the summertime, China, Japan, Italy, South America, France, England, Scandinavia, U.S.A., Germany, Austria, Africa, everywhere.

Re: How to rent a room?


The good thing about Rhodes or Rodi in italiano, is that you can find people of all over the world! Name the most rare nationality and you will find it there!
But there are some "local secrets": Rhodes is the favourite island of the Scandinavian people!So many of them! So many Scamdinavian restaurants, bakeries, tavernas, shops etc, you will be surprised!
Of course Germans, British and Dutch people exist in huge quantities and abbiamo l' invasione massiva degli Italiani durante l' agosto!

Buon viaggio!

Travel Tips for Rodos (City)

Rhodes - Palace of Grandmaster

by miman

The citadel of Rhodes, built by the Hospitalliers, is one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean.
The Knights Hospitaller is a tradition which began as a Benedictine hospitaller religious order founded in Jerusalem, following the First Crusade around 1100, and soon became a Christian military order under its own charter, and was charged with the care and defense of pilgrims to the Holy Land. Following the loss of Christian territory in the Holy Land, the Order operated from Rhodes, over which it was sovereign, and later from Malta as a vassal state under the King of Sicily.
The palace was first built by the Knights of St John of Jerusalem on the site of 7th c. Byzantine fortress. After its dereliction during the Turkish occupation , it was largely destroyed by the explosion of the powder magazine in 1856. The restoration of the palace with many alterations was carried out between 1937 and 1940 under the supervision of the Italian architects. The Archaeological Museum of Rhodes is housed in the medieval building of the Hospital of the Knights. The Museum contains the following collections: tomb groups from ancient Ialysos of the Geometric and Classical periods: vases, figurines, jewellery, metal objects. Tomb groups from ancient Kamiros of the Geometric and Classical periods: vases and small objects, a collection of Classical, Hellenistic and Roman sculpture, mosaic floors of the Hellenistic period from Rhodes town and of the Early Christian period from Karpathos and funerary slabs from the period of the Knights with relief representations of the dead persons or of their coats of arms.

Governor's Palace

by sandysmith

Just beyond Mandraki Harbour is the beautiful building we later learnt was the Governor's Palace - unfortunately under scaffolding during our visit :-( Gothic, byzantine architecture here and resembling in part the Doges Palace of Venice!

Monte Smith - Ancient Stadium

by steventilly

Beside the theatre is the ancient stadium. This dates from the 3rd century BC, but what you see is again almost entirely a result of the Italian's reconstructions. I guess it's good as it gives you an impression of how it was, but I prefer to see ruins in their proper ruined state.


by balhannah

This Church is beautiful. There was an old Church, but it was destroyed, so, in 1925, this one was built to the original plans.
On the inside walls there are many Frescos which represent scenes from the old and new testaments of the Bible.
Beautiful Crystal chandeliers hang, adding more beauty to a Church that takes your breath away.
It is stunningly beautiful and A MUST SEE IN RODOS!

Located at the end of Freedom Square ( Elefterias), near Mandraki, the ancient Harbour of Rhodes.


by miman

Afandou is a fantastic rural, typical Greek village with all the local and traditional trappings. The people are very friendly and warm.
Afandou beach is wonderful . It is a pebble beach with crystal clear waters. There are several Greek taverns at the edge of the beach.


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 Europa Hotel

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Address: 94 St, 28th October St, opposite Psaropoula Beach, Rhodes, Rhodes, 85100, Greece