Lindian Village, Rhodes, Greece
In southeast Rhodes, bordering a nature reserve, Lindian Village spreads across 60 acres on the Mediterranean coast. Anchored by a church square and ancient eucalyptus trees, with water features throughout, the five-star resort features 188 accommodations arranged into neighborhoods where archetypal Greek cubist whitewashed houses, cobblestoned alleyways, and flower-filled grounds create a sense of place. Rooms include more than 70 suites with private pools or verandas with Jacuzzis.
Varying in locations and cuisine, the resort offers a broad range of dining choices. The main restaurant mines the riches of Greek products, using ingredients from off-the-radar places like Kassos Island and Kozani. Basil presents fine Greek dishes and wines, served in a space whose colors reflect the Aegean Sea. Anticipate a la carte Italian dinners at Pizzaiolo and refined Mediterranean seafood at Helios. At La Piazza, a lounge, bar, cafe by the hotel’s main square, enjoy coffee under the shade of a eucalyptus tree, while those seeking something stronger can order cocktails by the pool at the Pool Bar. A haven for relaxation, the Lindian Village signature spa offers therapies in a dedicated building and open-air pavilion overlooking the sea, and treatments from the West, East, and Ancient Greece. For adventurers options abound, from aerial sightseeing to catamaran cruises, guided tours of palaces to photo safaris, while children at the WorldWide Kids club will enjoy unique, engaging experiences through structured enrichment activities focused on developing knowledge, understanding, and social skills.
A number of venues, such at the river islet, at the Dome in the middle of the pool, or at the traditional Greek chapel set amid fragrant, colorful flowers are the perfect spot to tie the knot. And business groups will find fully equipped meeting facilities for up to 450 people.