Centrally located, perfect for single travellers or couples, Muses Old Town is well priced, there are five rooms with a bedroom, kitchenette and bathroom.
If you re looking for somewhere to say in the old town of Rhodes, take a look at Muses-Old Town. It is in a very central location, perfect for single travellers or couples. The accommodation is well priced, intimate and very personal. There are just five rooms and each one is simple but lovely, with a bedroom, small kitchenette and bathroom. The rooms are all individually decorated and air conditioned too.
Rhodes Island is a fascinating island, probably Greece’s most popular and well known island. There is a lot to see and do on the island, but exploring the old medieval town is a highlight. The old town is a beautiful maze of narrow walkways and alleys, old restaurants and bars, ancient temples, museums, the Grand Master’s Palace, Jewish Museum and Jewish Quarter, and the Rhodes Acropolis. Staying in the heart of the city is very special, especially as you still have easy access to the new town of Rhodes.
You can walk from the old town to the new town. Here you will find more contemporary hotels, restaurants and bars, the port filled with yachts and old fishermen boats, glitzy hotels and upmarket boutiques. The beaches of Rhodes are here, and also dotted around the island, and by staying at Muses-Old Town, you do have the best of both worlds.
We pride ourselves at Muses-Old Town, on our excellent and personal service. We will gladly book your sightseeing for you. If you prefer to explore on your own, we will give you a map and send you off in the right direction. You may want to hire a bike or a small moped, take a boat cruise or join a walking tour. We will help you with all the arrangements. Read our reviews and check our prices. We would be happy to be your hosts.
Number of floors – 1
Breakfast available (surcharge)
Dry cleaning/laundry service
Total number of rooms – 5
Perikleous 25 & Tauriskou 26
Within 1 mi (2 km) of Jewish Synagogue Museum, Archaeological Museum of Rhodes, and Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes.
Within 1 mi (2 km) of the Acropolis of Rhodes and Temple of Apollo.