The hotel is bright, airy and newly renovated, the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, there is also a bar, swimming pool with its own pool bistro.
The Agla Hotel is in the perfect location on the Island of Rhodes in Greece. It is in a nice quiet part of town, a one minute walk from the beach and a few minutes walk to the city centre filled with shops and restaurants and close to the old town of Rhodes and all the main sightseeing attractions. The Agla Hotel is contemporary with a good range of deluxe rooms and apartments. Prices vary depending on your view and the size of your apartment.
The hotel is bright, airy and newly renovated. The Agla Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and caters to both in house guests and visitors. There is a wonderful bar, a gorgeous swimming pool with its own pool bistro, and the hotel has a lovely resort feel to it. Of course there is Wi-Fi, a business centre, air conditioning and sun beds, umbrellas and pool towels are all provided. Pets are allowed up to 5 kgs in size and there is a cat cafe. Rhodes cats are famous, just by the way. There is also a television room and a communal lounge.
Your staff will arrange your sightseeing for you, if you would like to join tours. Rhodes is filled with history and you can see ancient architectural sights, museums, ruins, palaces and also – bright, new and bustling. There are stunning views all around the island and it is a good idea to do a tour, either half or full day, and either by bus, car or on bike. There are excellent boat tours as well and if you want to hire a yacht, the Agla Hotel will help you.
The Alga Hotel prides themselves on their excellent and friendly service and will always go out of their way to help you and your family. Look for the specials online.
Total number of rooms – 110
Number of floors – 6
24-hour front desk
35, Apodimon Amerikis Street
Within a 10-minute walk of Akti Miaouli Beach and Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes.
Within 1 mi (2 km) of Rhodes Aquarium and Archaeological Museum of Rhodes.