Spirit of the Knights Boutique Hotel – The Medieval Hotel in Rhodes

Spirit of the Knights Boutique Hotel

Spirit of the Knights Boutique Hotel is a hotel situated in the heart of the Medieval City of Rhodes in Greece. Listed as one of World’s Heritage Sites, Rhodes is a magnificent and very attractive place to be, featuring Venetian and Medieval Architecture, combined with the infinite blue of the Aegean Sea.

The building housing the hotel is also one of the historical buildings in the city; built by the Crusaders and then modified by the Ottomans, the building features a unique and impressive mixture of architectural designs and styles. Although small, this hotel is extremely elegant and the luxuries of the setting make it an ideal choice for leisure tourists, romantics and lovers of the Medieval Era. Rhodes is anyway a place visited by tourists who travel there to see one of the most known commercial, trading and cultural hubs in Europe. The hotel features a large collection of artifacts and pieces of furniture originated by different places in the world.

The owners of the Spirit of the Knights Boutique Hotel are committed to eco friendly processes and drills; water heating is achieved through a well appointed solar system, while all floors are made of marble or stones; even the radiators are made of marble rather than metal. Recycling is much encouraged within the hotel.

The hotel features king size beds, timber ceilings and other elements kept from the original structure from the Medieval Era; it features large and spacious suites and a lovely internal yard where guests can enjoy their breakfast or their afternoon coffee. The Pasha Suite in the hotel features a private hamam for those who wish to indulge to intimate body treatments.

The Spirit of the Knights Boutique Hotel is located in short distance from the Palace of the Grand Master and the Souleiman Mosque, in the heart of the city of Rhodes.

Spirit of the Knights Boutique Hotel

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