* Located near Faliraki, at the East coast of the island of Rhodes
* 2-story main building and 1- 2-story annex buildings
* 12,000- m2 garden
* 1 km from Faliraki beach (15-min walk)
* Complimentary bus service to the beach
* 1,5 km from shopping centre (Faliraki)
* 17 km from shopping centre (Rhodes town)
* 19 km from the airport
* Credit cards accepted: MasterCard, Amex, Visa
Rhodes is a Greek island approximately 18 kilometres southwest of Turkey in the eastern Aegean Sea. It is the largest of the Dodecanese islands in terms of both land area and population, with a population of 117,007 of which 53,709 resided in the homonymous capital city of the island.
Historically, Rhodes was famous worldwide for the Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes has been declared a World Heritage Site. The major industry of the island is tourism.
Faliraki is the primary seaside resort village on the island of Rhodes. It is situated on Faliraki Bay, on the north-eastern coast, about 14 km south of the town of Rhodes and 10 km southeast of the airport. It is part of the municipality Kallithea.
Faliraki is a popular tourist destination with a 5 km stretch of sand and 12 FEE Blue Flags. It has rediscovered itself recently, as a cosmopolitan, vibrating centre of tourism catering to many nationalities and all age groups. Faliraki boasts the largest water park in Europe, a state-of-the-art bowling park, a history park, and a fun-park for families and younger children.
The centre of the town, particularly in July and August, is well known for its alcohol based club and bar culture. As well as traditional Greek cuisine there are restaurants specialising in Chinese, Mexican, Italian and British cuisine. Along the beach front there are taverns, bars, restaurants, cafeterias and tourist shops. The fishing harbour of St. Apostolos is a hub of activity especially in the morning, whilst the fishing boats unload their catch, the day cruisers (direct to Symi, Lindos, Rhodes Town & beaches) depart and locals congregate for their coffee.