Lomeniz Beach Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

K Pepper & Konstantinidi, Rhodes Town, 851 00, Greece
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a week in rodos

by ophiro

hello everyone.
i am planning a week in rodos and i would like to know : is there enough things to do in the city for one week ?
can you give me a plan for a few days just that i will understand.

thank you

RE: a week in rodos

by oilmouse

a week in the city of Rhodes i think is to much. top in 3 days you'll see everything. plan to visit the rest of the island.(Lindos-Laliraki-butterfly valley-Prasonisi etc).

have nice holidays

RE: RE: a week in rodos

by ophiro

thanks for the answer.
is rodos a good base for traveling in the Island or should i sleep in other places.


RE: RE: a week in rodos

by matina_k

Rhodes Ton is the best place to have as a base when you are visiting the island. You will spent 2 days just to explore the most beautifull and best preserved Medieval Town of Europe.visit the palace of the knights and walk in the small streets.Visit the Aquarium and the italian buildings in Mandraki area.The island of Rhodes has a lot of thinks to do. Lindos,7 Springs, The valey of Butterflies,Filerimos, Kamiros,Koskinou, Prosonisi and miles of excellent beaches...Of course they have and a great nightlife with lots of bars and caffes everywhere!! You will never get bored there, I believe that after the one week you will not have seen everything...
Have a great time

RE: RE: a week in rodos

by oilmouse

from city of Rhodes(northest) till Prasonisi(southest)point of the island is about 100 km and less than 2 hours by car. you can use city of rhodes as base and make day or night trips.

RE: RE: a week in rodos

by ophiro

is there good transportation from rhodes to the other parts of the island ?
i mean buses instead of renting a car ?

RE: RE: a week in rodos

by matina_k

The buses in Rhodes at summer time have schedules very often to the main sightseeings of the island. However, there are very crowded. If you will be two people it will be better to rent a car. One day with the car is aproximately the same money with two bus tickets to Lindos!!

Re: a week in rodos

by toula1

There is sooooo much to do in Rhodos. Make sure to go to the Old Town (castle) during the day and at night. The shops are wonderful and the bars at night are a lot of fun. Also make sure you go to different beaches around the island as some are sandy and others have these wonderful soft stones on the beach. Depending on which side of the island you're on the water can be calm and peaceful or more wavy/windy (good for sailing/gliding/surfing). A day in Lindos is a must. There's also a really fun waterpark with slides if you're into that. The clubs and bouzouki lounges at night are really great as well. There's also a shopping area called Mandraki that has really nice stores if you like to shop. Hope this helps

Travel Tips for Rodos (City)

History, beaches and landscapes

by Nico_

Rodos town: the Castle of St. John's Knights, Mandraki the pier, and hangin out in the alleyways of the old town.
Relax in the beaches or rent a motorbike to explore bit to bit the island.
You can choose from sandy and crowded beaches or solitaires rocky bay, it's up to you. The old city by night with the Castle shot by shades and lights.
Prassonissi, the lower bottom side of the island where Aegean sea smoothly meets Mediterranean sea in high tide (you can see the water mixin') and let a limb of sand in low tide.
The sight of the Turkey coastline from the beaches of Kallithea, Rodos city etc., with a smooth breeze, sunshine and the blue crystal of the sea and last but not least listening the song "Sure know something" from the "Kiss".

National l Theatre

by sandysmith

Across the road from the Governor's Palace is this art deco style building, the Nationall Theatre -our hotel was behind this so it bacame a landmark for us.
Also in this area are the Town Hall and the Classical Theatre - yes 2 theatres virtually next door to each other!

Rent a motorcycle in Rhodes City

by Fam.Rauca

There are a large number of offices to rent a motorcycle in Rhodes City:

Alfa, 5, Odós 28 Oktovrion – Tel: 20 253
Delphi, 8, Odós Anthoúla Zérvou – Tel: 23 923
Manias John, 48, Odós Orfanidou – Tel: 31 811
Manias, 51, Odós Orfanidou – Tel: 20 255
Motomove, 3, Platia Plessa – Tel: 27 827
Pilot, 4, Odós Kritis – Tel: 32 285
Rent here, 7, Odós John Kazouli – Tel: 28 676
Rent new, 13, Odós Griva – Tel: 27 142
Statis, 22, Vas. Konstantinou– Tel: 21 292

Take a day trip by boat

by jayhawk2000

Dozens of excursion boats and island ferries are at your disposal from Rhodes Town's harbours. Smaller vessels like the sleek 'dolphin' to Symi sail from the walled Mandraki Harbour, whilst the lumbering long-distance catamarans, ferries and cruise ships dock at the Kolona and Commercial harbours.

Travel agents and ticket touts set up shop at tables along the harbourside, especially at the more scenic Mandraki harbour, enticing you on board for excursions out to sea. Symi is a popular daytrip, as is Turkey, or you may want to sail around Rhodes Island itself and travel to somewhere like Lindos by water. Most of these take all day and sometimes require an early start. When travelling to Turkey you may need to register your passport with the boat's rep the night before, so it all takes a bit of forethought to plan an outing.

It's an hour by catamaran to Marmaris and you can read more about our daytrip there on my Marmaris page. We sailed with Sea Dreams and though they had a table set up at Mandraki Harbour, their vessel departed from the Commercial Harbour. All will be explained when you book, don't worry!

Temple of Aphridite

by Myfanwe

Just inside the Liberty Gate, at Platia Simis you will find the remains of a Temple of Aphridite. The Temple dates from the 3rd Century BC. The intricately carved pillars and stonework that remain give an idea of how lavish the Temple must have been in its' time.

The Remains of the Temple are in the open air and can be viewed for free. There is a great information board nearby giving an impression of what the Temple used to look like.


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 Lomeniz Beach Hotel

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Address: K Pepper & Konstantinidi, Rhodes Town, 851 00, Greece