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Lindos Blu Hotel & Suites
Greece

Lindos Blu Hotel & Suites, the premiere adult-only luxury hotel of Rhodes, rests on the magnificent hillside of Vlycha Bay. The breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea and the traditionally inspired architecture of the hotel, let loose the emotions of our guests. The customized services, provided in a delicate way by our excellently trained personnel, guarantee the indulgence of our visitors’ senses. Along with the historic and cultural elements of our island, our visitors will be overwhelmed with life-long, memorable experiences.


Rejuvenate your body and mind at the Indulge Spa & Wellness Center, sip a cup of coffee at the Il Sognio Cafeteria, crunch your thirst at the Allegro - Pool Bar with a cold Cocktail and let your senses guide you through the gourmet trip of the Five Senses Restaurant and the creations of our Chef.

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Tags: hotel; tourism; greece; rhodes; lindos; 5 stars
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