Esperos Village Blue & Spa is a delightful adults-only hotel in Faliraki. Situated on a green hill, blended with pine and cypress trees, submerged in stunning natural surroundings, with panoramic breathtaking views of Aegean sea. It's a perfect romantic retreat where couples can enjoy the wellness centre, lounging by the pool, dining in one of the restaurants and taking a walk along the nearby beach.
It features spacious rooms with Mediterranean Sea views and offers 2 swimming pools and 2 tennis courts. The modern rooms have cool tiled floors and wooden furniture. Each is en suite with bathtub and equipped with a satellite TV, CD player, hairdryer and coffee maker.
Breakfast and dinner buffets are served at the sea-view Panorama Restaurant. The poolside restaurant Thalassa serves à la carte Mediterranean dishes. Drinks are available at the pool bar. The hotel features a fitness centre with sauna and hot tub. A daily light animation program for fitness and jogging is provided, and water sports are available on the beach.
Esperos Village Blue & Spa located in Faliraki just 12 km from the city of Rhodes, 11 km from the port and 18 km from the International Airport "Diagoras".
- 2 outdoor pools
- 24-hour front desk
- 3 restaurants
- Beach Towels
- Daytime and evening activities
- FREE! Public parking is available on site
- FREE! WiFi is available in all areas
- Laundry & Ironing Service
- Live music
- Music and DJ's
- Pool bar
- Pool Sunbeds & Umbrellas
- SPA facilities
- Tennis Court
Sea view with Private Pool
Beautiful location with an amazing sea view, Had a fantastic time during the Easter break, Exceptional customer service, Polite and friendly staff.
Food quality is fantastic, The Restaurant Coordinator such an amazing person.
Room cleanliness and SPA facilities at high standard.
Definitely I would recommend this hotel and for sure I would go again in the near future.
A truly 5 stars experience with amazing view and friendly staffs!
We have been to many places around the world and Esperos Blue Village&Spa is one of the best hotels we have been to.The moment we arrived, we quickly realised the amazing sea view it offers! The staffs are absolutely professionals and genuinely friendly who are always willing to help (I wouldn't name names as all of them were first class!I would have tipped everyone if it was appropriate plus we didn't have much cash as we paid most bills with card nowadays). The hotel itself (with the view) is first class, coupled with the 5 stars service from friendly staffs, make this place a perfect place for relaxing and touring around Rhodes. The food was fantastic (Frankly speaking, it is the best hotel buffet I have had in Europe). We had breakfast included but we did try lunch and dinner. In hindsight, all inclusive option wouldn't be bad idea at all. They have good wifi connection, free minivan ride every 20 minutes to the beach, good gym facility and swimming pools. All in all, it was a fantastic experience, we would certainly come back and stay at this hotel again. Try it for yourself.
My parents and my husband normally visit the island of Rhodes 2 times a year and decide to stay around the city centre, but this time we have decided to visit other places as well.
We have heard that Dona Giourga, this year has joined the Esperos group which is of cource great news for everyone! We have contacted this lovely lady and she was so excited to hear from us. She recommended the Esperos Village without any hesitation, so we booked it to come in May for one week. Thank you Dona for your help, can’t wait to visit the Esperos Village.
Small paradise in the sunniest Greek island
If you want to hide from everything and everyone - it's your choice.Without noisy children, with wonderful nature around, very warm sea and soft sand. The location is perfect-it's easy to get to the town.Best hotel , we'll return there once more!
I booked at Esperos Village the night before arriving, having first considered a different hotel. But I'm so glad I booked here.
On arrival at the gate, the really nice security guard phoned a mini bus for me and within a few minutes I was checking in at reception.
I was completely blown away to be given a country style room with a private pool. It was beautiful.
The room had free aircon, hairdryer and a mini fridge (which comes with water and beer but there's space to add a few things. There's onsite supermarket- closes at 22:30). Shower and pool/beach towels were provided free of charge also.
The bathroom had a rainfall shower- no issues with temperature and a hand held shower. The space was big.
The bed was 2x singles pushed together (not sure if that's standard or not) but was so comfortable. I don't think I've slept so well.
Outside there was a good sized decking area with 2 x chairs and a table plus 2x (standard) sun loungers. The private pool was lovely. A decent size. Not one you can do lengths in but bigger than a standard plunge pool. I loved going in it in the afternoon and looking out to sea. In the mornings after breakfast it was great to lay on a sun lounger as the sun comes up from that side. All in all I can't fault my room. I loved it!
The rooms themselves are spread throughout the complex hence the need for a minibus sometimes but a quick phone call to reception and a couple of minutes later the mini bus arrives. Either to take you to reception or down to the main gate. I have to give a special mention to Kostas who is an asset to the hotel. Super friendly and welcoming.
All of the staff I encountered were lovely. From the receptionists to the waitresses at breakfast. Now speaking of breakfast... what a variety of food! From fruits to pastries to cooked breakfast. And the view from the restaurant out to sea was perfect. You also had the option of sparkling wine if you wanted or a variety of teas and coffee (plus a juicer for fresh orange juice).
I didn't eat at the hotel in the evenings, going into Faliraki instead. Which is a 25ish minutes walk or you can get a bus or taxi (€6 from the road or €9.30 through the hotel). I also took the bus to Rhodes town which is outsode Esperides hotel. Only took 20 minutes (€2.40).
There is a free scheduled bus which takes you from the hotel to Ammades Beach and back. Ammades Taverna is nice with decent prices. €3 for a comfy sun lounger, around €7 for a cocktail. I had a very tasty salmon and prawn salad from there. The beach itself is shingle. But that's common in many places in Europe. It was nice enough and I spent all day there watching the waves.
I didn't spend any time at the hotel pool (didn't need to haha) but from what I saw, there were people swimming and plenty of comfy cushioned sun loungers (much better than your standard).
I did go to the spa which was a very relaxing experience. The lady at the front desk was great and nothing was too much bother. Maria was my therapist who did a really good job, so good that the time went far too quickly. I did use the sauna and steam room which were nice. And sat out at the heated spa pool which had a view of the sea.
Overall I loved every second of my experience at Esperos and am already thinking about my next trip there. The staff were fantastic and my room is one of the best I've ever stayed in (I miss it!)
There are a lot of 5* hotels in Rhodes but please bear in mind that 5* is different by country. They're not all your Shangri-Las and Ritzs. Think of the price after all.
I cannot fault my time at Esperos Village. It was AMAZING. I travelled by myself which I've never done before but being at Esperos made me feel completely at ease and welcome.
Sorry for the ultra long review but I didn't want to miss anything!
Thank you Esperos Village for a fantastic holiday.
First of all, it’s really hard to find negative aspects about this hotel.
The staff was extremely friendly and helpful, the bar staff as well as the maids and everyone else.
We booked a double room with private pool and were extremely happy with the room we got. It was spacious, the shower was about 3 meters long and the pool was just perfect. The room was cleaned daily.
As I love lamb, seafood and cake, the food choice really suited me well.
The buffet had possibilities for every taste, I loved the Greek salad buffet that had some varieties every day.
We’ve only been to the beach once, but it was really crowded and all the sunbeds were occupied, so we went back to the hotel after approx. one hour using their own shuttle.
The only improvement I would suggest is the selection of drinks for AI guests at the Aegean Lounge Bar. Greece has some tasty beers, but unfortunately, Magnus isn’t one of them. Furthermore, classic cocktails such as Caipirinha weren’t included in the all-inclusive board.
The chapel on top of the mountain is just beautiful and you can get amazing views!
The whole hotel is like its own village, well looked after and nice to take a walk through. Our room was near the main pool, so we didn’t have to walk down the stairs/hill to get to the main building.
Saying goodbye to this place was hard, we really enjoyed our stay and our own pool and hopefully will be back! The hotel totally deserves its 5 stars with shine :-)
Luxury adults only hotel
We really enjoyed our stay in this hotel. The room was very clean and decorated to a high standard. It included a fridge which contained beer, water and juice on arrival, we also had free air conditioning which worked well, was quiet and much needed in July. Our room had a small private pool and loungers which made our holiday so relaxing.
The food was lovely, varied and always excellent quality.
Staff were friendly and accommodating.
The evening entertainment was great, lots of fun and different every night.
The hotela offered a minibus service which takes you to the beach of one of its sister hotels, or you can jump off at the bottom of the hill if you want to get the bus into Falaraki or Rhodes Town. The hotel’s infinity pool was beautiful also. All areas around the hotel were clean and relaxing.
We loved our stay here and would love to return.
Esperos Village Blue Hotel & Spa Rhodes
Having spent a glorious week with my husband nothing is too much trouble for the staff at this hotel. Anyone who likes a cocktail I can strongly recommend the Aperol Spritz served by Elizabeth who clearly has this Cocktail down to perfection! Thank you Elizabeth for introducing this fabulous drink to me! Absolutely perfect
Beautiful hotel, very friendly staff
We spent one week in Esperos Blue Village and the overall impression is very good. We enjoyed our stay very much except for the drinks.
Here is our conclusion in detail.
What we did not like:
- the drinks during meals:(( water seems to be very rare in Greece because it was really hard to get. For breakfast there was an orange juice squeezer and a tea station. For water we had to ask the staff.
The water was served only in glasses and it tasted like from the swimming pool- disgusting!! Only at the pool bar the water tasted like normal water...
Once we ordered coke during dinner. The first glass was good, the second one was obviously diluted with water - which tasted again like swimming pool water:(
- the atmosphere in the dining hall. ok for breakfast, but so cold and too bright for dinner.
- in the hotel information it is written that it is not allowed to reserve sunbeds with a towel. Some guests did reserve the beds for hours, but the staff did not care.
What we liked:
+++ Room (spacious, clean and we had a private pool to our surprise;)
+++ Pool area, very comfortable sunbeds
+++ shuttle to the beach
+++ Food quality and choice
+++ very friendly staff
+++ dresscode for dinner (it is really ok that in a 5* hotel the guests can be asked not to werw flip flops for lunch!)
Honeymoon treat :)
I booked this trip just purely because we wanted to relax and have use of a private pool. The check in was quick and easy and our room was already ready which was great. Once we got into the room we had a lovely little honeymoon message from the staff with a fruit bowl and Prosecco. And our water arrived later.
My plunge pool was absolutely perfect I was very happy with this. The sun slowly moved away from our area around 4pm so we had the sun most of the day. The views were amazing.
There are a lot of stairs which we used every time to get to our room, just because I ate so much and needed to add some exercise in! But buses ran quite frequently to hotel rooms and to the beach which is a great help.
My partner had to wear trousers to dinner which he didn't enjoy as it was quite hot, his exact words were "I had to dress formal, but it wasn't formal food. Just standard buffet" so I think that would be the only negative thing to say about the hotel. The staff were brilliant also the entertainment was good, I just wish we was told about the full moon party upon check in, we heard it from our room and didn't know what it was untill the next day. Sounded like an amazing party.
Falaraki was a 40minute walk, we got a taxi back for €6 which was cheap. Also a bus to Rhodes was €2.40 each way. A taxi would be €20 each way. We also took a taxi from the airport. This was €33 each way.
I will be back and hopefully I can have the same room as it made our honeymoon very memorable.
This hotel offers a real 5 star experience. At arrival we were welcomed by reception staff and a driver showed us to our room. They had prepared a fruit basket and a bottle of prosecco for us, which was a very nice surprise. The room was very big, modern and beautiful.
The main pools is stunning with infinity pool and a beautiful view of the sea. Deck chairs are very comfortable and always available.
The bar is beautiful and offers a wide range of cocktails and other drinks. I was also pleasantly surprised by the price.
The breakfast was incredible. They really had everything you could have asked for. My breakfast highlights were the variety of milks they offered (coconut, rice, almond....) a wide variety of fresh fruit, freshly squeezed orange juice, pancakes - there was basically everything you can imagine.
The views from the hotel were beautiful and everything is very well maintained. Staff were exceptionally friendly. From the first day to the last the hotel offered us a wonderful experience.
Esperos Village & Spa - The best resort
Amazing resort, location & the best staff ever.
The resort is impeccably clean, the staff are so helpful, no matter what time of day or night.
Close to Rhodes old town, which is not to be missed & if you're feeling flush, a dinner at Alexis is highly recommended, the oldest eatery in town, but well worth the visit as it's so special.
The island is geographically located between Karpathos and Kos and it is, along Santorini and Mykonos, among the most popular Greek islands. Rhodes, situated in the south-eastern Aegean Sea, is the capital of the Dodecanese prefecture and has a population of approximately 115,000.
There are many reasons why Rhodes is one of the most popular resorts in the Mediterranean: crystal clear seas, beautiful parks, leisure facilities, the bright sun and the warm hospitality of the islanders themselves. A drive around the island will bring you to magnificent beaches, impressive sightseeing and picturesque villages.
Apart from this sightseeing, the island has many beaches worth to visit, such as Tsambika, Ladiko, Kallithea, Saint Paul’s Bay, and others. Rhodes has been famous since antiquity as the site of Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.