The hotel is in Psarapoula Square on Psarapoula Beach close to restaurants, boutiques, bars, it has 182 rooms plus a spa and health centre.
The Blue Sky Hotel is a large resort style hotel with 182 rooms of different configurations, near the beach, has it’s own large swimming pool, is family friendly but also perfect for couples, singles and honeymooners, and is a real treat! The hotel is in Psarapoula Square on Psarapoula Beach, and there are many restaurants, boutiques, bars and markets in the immediate area.
The beauty of this hotel is not just in its facilities – there is also a spa and health centre – but in its position. You have a beach right there, but the Medieval section of Rhodes Island is nearby too. It will take you around ten minutes to walk to The Old Town of Rhodes and through the wide Medieval gates. Here you enter a different world, one filled with old temples, old buildings, the Archeology Museum, churches from the Byzantine area, the oldest Mosque in Greece, and the Jewish Quarter. It’s fascinating to walk and wander and you may and you can do this on your own, or join a tour. The Blue Sky Hotel staff will help you with touring of all kinds – walking, biking, boating and by car or bus. You can tailor make your touring if you prefer to have a private guide.
Rhodes is a beautiful island and you can spend a full few days exploring the different areas, old towns, hidden beaches and coves, ruins, shops and markets. Eating will be a big part of your holiday as Greek food is delicious, and you can spend many hours sitting back in local taverns, enjoying local hospitality and food.
The hotel staff will assist you with bike or car hire, boat or yacht cruises, hiking, walking and dining. Nothing is too much trouble for them. This hotel is perfectly positioned with excellent rates and excellent service.
Psaropoula Square, Psaroula Beach
Located in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Akti Miaouli Beach, Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, and Rhodes Aquarium.
Within 1 mi (2 km) of the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes and Acropolis of Rhodes.