Blue Sea Beach Resort
Faliraki, Rhodes, Greece
Most recent booking for this hotel was 12/04/2014 at 17:38
“ Really a great hotel with 2 pools very large, clean. I highly recommend the half board, the food is great and varied. Staff were very friendly and helpful! Auto translated8.5 Excellent
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The Blue Sea Beach Resort is located on the sandy beach of Faliraki, a blue flag winning beach, just 2 km from the center of the resort and 12 km from the city of Rhodes, with its magnificent medieval city.
The Blue Sea Beach Resort will greet all its guests with a welcoming smile and pamper them with the unforgettable Greek hospitality. As a guest don’t miss the opportunity to relax on a chaise longue right on the beach under an umbrella, walk within the lush gardens of the hotel, or simply choose one of the hotel’s bars to enjoy a freshly squeezed juice and the amazing view of the Aegean.
- 24 Hour Reception
- Bar main bar, pool bar & beach bar
- Children's facilities mini club. playground, mini disco
- Currency Exchange
- Laundry extra charge
- Massage extra charge
- Pool outdoor adult and childrens pool. indoor pool
- Room Service 08.00-23.00 extra charge
- Sports tennis, squash, beach volley, mini football
- Sun bed
- Air-Conditioned 15/06-15/09
- Laundry extra charge
- TV Satellite TV
- WiFi extra charge
Our customer reviews
M from Eastbourne
hotel in a lovely situation on the beach food very good & lots of choicestrooms pretty basic & music too loud at night for our age group
on the whole enjoyed our stay staff very pleasant & helpful
S from Warrington
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Pavel from London
-no restrictions for smokers
-slippery marble stairs - many falling down and breaking legs
Clare from Woking
“ We have been to this hotel before and had wanted to return but had not been able to find it through UK tour operators so it was great to find it available through Travel Republic. Thanks
“ Top Tip: Popeye boat ride and water park
Amy Louise from Glasgow
My boyfriend and I stayed for 2 weeks May/June 2012. We are 23 and 24. We were looking for something close enough to Faliraki, but far enough away so that we weren't caught up in the noisy nights!
The hotel is beautiful. Lovely and clean, and the pool is amazing.
Reception staff were always friendly, very helpful whenever we asked for advice or taxis, and spoke very good English.
The rooms were cleaned daily, with bedsheets and towels changed daily too.
The pool is lovely, if a bit cold! There is a seperate pool for exercises and entertainment which is ideal if you don't want to be disturbed. Can't comment on the activities as I never took part but they always looked busy. The entertainment staff are always around and very chatty.
Pool bar is pretty standard, but the man in charge was lovely.
The snack bar (which is on the way to the beach) was hit or miss. A few times we were refused to buy lunch, I'm not sure if the kitchen was closed...
The restaurant. Bad. We were half board, so breakfast & dinner. Breakfast choices were quite varied and standard to be fair. Don't know about lunch, but dinner each night was a disaster. We ate out a good few times because of this. The service - slow and unfriendly. The food - terrible. It's basically the same every night too. I'm vegetarian and not everything was signed as to why it was, so it made it difficult! My boyfriend ate the meat and wasn't impressed either.
The hotel is right on the beachfront which is lovely. The beach is quite pebbly so it's sore on your feet but apart from that no complaints. You can hire sun loungers on the beach for 4€ per day. Loungers in the hotel are free, and we never had trouble getting one.
I can't comment on night entertainment as we never actually watched anything.
Taxi into Faliraki is 5-7€.
All in all a lovely hotel, I wouldn't rush back but I wouldn't not recommend it either!
Just avoid the food!
Go to the waterpark if you can - great fun!
If you head into Faliraki, our two favourite restaurants were Roomeli, and Demeteis which is a small taverna.