The hotel is a short distance to the medieval walled village of Rhodes Old Town and the rooms combine antique furnishing with quirky and arty finds.

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The Spot Hotel on Rhodes Island in Greece is a special find.  Not only are the prices excellent but the position on the island is terrific.  The Spot Hotel is a short 100 metres from Rhodes Old Town, a medieval walled village.  The beaches are not far either and there are restaurants, bars, shops and markets right on your doorstep.

The rooms have been decorated with a combination of antique furnishing and quirky and arty finds.  Each room is comfortable and has a private bathroom, a bar fridge and a safe.  The hotel has a restaurant in a medieval style decorated dining area and food is simple but fresh and delicious.

The Island of Rhodes is one of Greece’s most popular islands.  The warm and clear waters of the Aegean Ocean make it a special swimming, snorkelling and diving spot.  The ancient ruins and archeological delights are brilliant for history buffs and anyone interested in culture.  The narrow alleys of The Old Town of Rhodes are wonderful to explore, and the New Town of Rhodes is filled with upmarket shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

The staff at The Spot Hotel will help you to get your bearings and give you information on sightseeing.  Bikes are easy to hire and cycling is a lovely way to get around the island. If cycling is not your thing, you can join bus or walking tours.  And of course, from our excellent location, you can also wander and explore on your own.

The Spot Hotel has a few family style apartments and some double rooms. The hotel gets visitors from all over the world, and is clean, friendly and professional.  Visit The Palace of the Grand Masters, climb The Acropolis and enjoy stunning sunsets.  And we are well priced.


Hotel Amenities

Breakfast available (surcharge)

Coffee shop or cafe

24-hour front desk


21 Street Perikleous Old Town
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 2 mi (3 km) of the Acropolis of Rhodes and Temple of Apollo.