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Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes brings back a mix of indulgent and contemporary stays from 28 April

Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes
Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes

Guests will be able to take part in a new beekeeping visit and honey‑tasting experience, supporting the restoration of Rhodes’ eco‑system

Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes, Curio Collection by Hilton is set to welcome guests again from 28 April 2024. The resort combines the essence of relaxation, privacy and wellness, perfectly harmonising with the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Rhodes. With 188 elegantly designed rooms, a serene private beach, freshwater swimming pools, diverse dining venues and a dedicated kids club, the resort offers an ideal retreat for both couples and families seeking a unique holiday experience.

Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes

The re-opening also sees the launch of the Bee Revived project, a significant initiative by Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes, Curio Collection by Hilton to support the restoration of Rhodes’ natural flora following last summer’s wildfires. By adopting 19 beehives, the resort is contributing to the revival of the local ecosystem. Guests are invited to support this cause through donations and by participating in a new honey-tasting experience. Guided by local beekeeping experts, this activity offers insight into bee conservation and honey production, underlining the project’s social value for the growth of the Rhodes community.

Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes is the first Curio Collection by Hilton property in Rhodes. Situated near the charming town of Lindos, with its iconic Acropolis, close to numerous historic sites and just 40 miles from the airport, the resort is a gateway to exploring the rich landscapes and cultural treasures of Rhodes.

Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes


The property design draws inspiration from the enchanting Valley of Butterflies, a nearby natural sanctuary and one of the most popular attractions in Rhodes. During the summer months, this unique nature reserve becomes home to countless butterflies that gracefully cling to the Zitia or Oriental Sweetgum trees from June to September.


Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes features 188 spacious rooms and suites within a welcoming minimal ‘boho’ design, exuding refined elegance. Each suite comes with either a private pool, veranda, or Jacuzzi, for an added touch of indulgence.

Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes

King Ottoman Junior Suite, Jetted Tub.


The contemporary hotel is home to eight dining options, serving a range of local and international cuisines. Estia Comfort Dining is the hotel’s main restaurant, offering fresh local products to cater for all tastes. For those seeking elevated Greek flavours, Alas Ouzeri is a must-visit. Era Ora Trattoria specialises in authentic Italian dishes, while Niku Restaurant tantalises with the characteristic fusion of Japanese and Peruvian elements found in Nikkei cuisine.

Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes

Niku Restaurant.

Guests can savour lunch bites and summer sips by the water at the resort’s pool restaurant and bar (Helios). For a quick treat they can indulge in a hot dog or bao bun at Yummy Truck, the resort’s food truck located at the private beach. Those looking for a tasty Italian gelato should head to Dreams ‘n’ Creams Gelateria. As the evening unfolds, the experience wouldn’t be complete without the signature cocktails at Bliss Pisco Bar, including the ever-refreshing Pisco Sour.

Guests should not miss the new Weekly Poolside Soiree offered by the pool bar – featuring premium tequilas, expert mixologists and the best music vibes.


From imaginative play amidst nature to captivating new discoveries and learning activities, the hotel’s Waves Kids Club has everything children need to be entertained. The club has an array of experiences for children aged four to 12 years old, including ‘STEM/Little Scientists’, a ‘Great Greek Journey’ and a ‘Treasure Hunters’ activity that allows kids to discover the island. Additionally, evening entertainment includes activities such as ‘Movie Premieres’ and ‘Star Gazing’. For younger guests, there’s a day nursery available for those aged from four months to three years old, along with evening babysitting services. Children will be also able to enjoy a separate children’s pool and curated Kids’ Spa sessions at Calli Spa, so all members of the family can be pampered while on holiday.

Wellness and Experiences

Guests have a plethora of opportunities to keep active and healthy while staying at the resort. They can train at the gym with an option to have personal training sessions, and practice yoga in the open air under the bright Aegean sky. In addition, guests can unwind at Calli Spa, featuring a variety of Greek and Italian treatments inspired by the Rhodian butterflies, the indigenous species of Callimorha Hera that can be spotted in the enchanting Valley of Butterflies.

The hotel also features two freshwater swimming pools complete with sunbeds and a variety of sports facilities, including a tennis court, for those who like to keep active.

Furthermore, adults, children and families can choose from more than 10 experiences – including the exciting, new honey-tasting activity. Adults can book a Greek cooking and cocktail class, a SUP yoga flow and an energetic CrossFit workout session on the beach. Meanwhile, children can get involved in a fun pizza-baking session, a pottery class or a cinema night. Families are also welcome to join a typical Panigiri during the summer months, a unique Greek experience with music, food, local produce and plenty of dancing.

Lindian Village Beach Resort Rhodes, Curio Collection by Hilton offers bed and breakfast (B&B), half board and all-inclusive packages to cater for all guests.

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