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INFORMATION

CLIMATE: Rhodes is located on the southeast part of Greece. The island’s climate is mild throughout the year, with a lot of rain during the winter, something that explains its profuse vegetation. In reality the island has only two seasons: spring and summer.

May marks the beginning of the summer, which is usually very hot and kinda humid. On average, Rhodes enjoys approximately 300 days of sunshine a year. The renowned Aegean winds, the so-called “meltemia”, do not exactly affect the island, as they mainly blow in the center of the archipelagos.

GETTING THERE BY AIR: There are multiple flights between the International Airport of Athens and the International Airport “Diagoras” of Rhodes, especially during the summer months. There are also charter flights between many countries and Rhodes, between the months of May and October.

For more information contact:

Athens International Airport: +30 210 3530000
Rhodes International Airport: +30 22410 82400

GETTING THERE BY BOAT: Rhodes is daily connected with Piraeus, by conventional and high speed boats. However, during the summer months Rhodes is also connected with the rest of the Dodecanese islands, as well as with Crete and Cyclades.

A trip with a conventional boat takes about 15-17 hours, depending on the layovers. The trip with a high-speed boat takes about 11-13 hours, again depending on the layovers to other islands.

Piraeus Port Authorities: +30 210 4226000
Rhodes Port Authorities: +30 22410 22220
Lindos Port Authorities: +30 212410 31201
Hotel services to our guests.
   
• 24 hour Front Desk • Swimming pool, sun beds & umbrellas
Snack bar free wifi in our public areas
Courtyard garden Dining room (air conditioned)
Bar ĖTV, pool table Free Baby cot (do not fit into for triple rooms)
Highchair Self service laundry and ironing facilities
Wake up service Luggage storage and shower facilities
Currency exchange Internet facilities (local charge)
Doctor on call Safety boxes in reception (local charge)
Taxi on call Car/ bike/ bicycle rental
Library Excursions
Fan rental Postal services

Local Transportation (BUSES, TAXIS): The island of Rhodes has an excellent local transportation, with buses that reach all the major cities and villages. You can also call a Taxi. The island is served by 450 taxis.

City buses: +30 22410 27706
Interisland buses: +30 22410 26300
Radio taxi: +30 22410 64712
BANKS & ATMs : Rhodes is a truly large city. In almost every block, visitors will find all major banks and, of course, ATMs. The banks are open Monday to Thursday from 8am until 2pm and on Friday from 8am until 1.30pm. ATMs work throughout the day and can be found even in places where there is no bank branch.

MONEY EXCHANGE: Banks exchange all major currencies, travelerís cheques or Eurocheques; the commission is always lower for cash. Post offices exchange cash, but not travelerís cheques, and usually charge lower commissions than banks. Banknote exchange machines can be found in most tourist areas.

POST OFFICE: The Greek post is called ELTA. Post Boxes in Greece are YELLOW and usually divided into international and domestic. RED Post Boxes are rarer and they are used for URGENT mail. REGISTERED mail is handled by an employee and the customer should always be given a receipt.

POLICE STATION:
In case an unfortunate incident happens to you or someone else while on the island, do not hesitate to file a report to the local police station. Additionally, if you have any problem with your accommodation you can also report it to the tourist police.

TELEPHONE: The area Code for Rhodes is +30 22410, which is followed by a 5 digit number (e.g. 22410 55555). If you wish to call abroad, you have to start by dialing the other country’s national prefix (i.e. Germany is 0049, England is 0044, etc.) and continue with the area code and the number you wish to call.

CURRENCY: Euro €
Euro Coins: 1 and 2 euro coins (gold and silver color) 10, 20 and 50 cents (gold color) 1, 2 and 5 cents (copper color) 1 euro = 100 cents/centimes Euro Bank Notes: come in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500. It is not always easy to receive change from 200 and 500 euro notes.

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