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Reviewed 16 June 2013

My wife, my 16-year old daughter, and I spent three nights at the Cava d'Oro earlier this week and we loved it, above all because of the warm personality of the woman who runs the place. She's fluent in Greek, English, and German (at least--I didn't ask about other languages), and she took care of every detail to make our stay comfortable. When a small leak developed between the toilet's tank and bowl (which needed only a towel on the floor as a short term remedy), she had a repairman working on it within one hour. And then she was very apologetic for the rest of our stay about that "problem" even though it hadn't inconvenienced us at all. The breakfast is very good, featuring rich, dark breads imported from Germany and do-it-yourself freshly squeezed orange juice (a machine does the real work--you just hold an orange half against a rotating hub). The location is great--on a quiet street, but close to beaches, shopping, restaurants, the port, and the archaeological museum. It's built into a wall of the medieval castle!

My wife and daughter thought the beds were a bit hard ((just so you know), but I don't agree with them: mine was fine.

Date of stay: June 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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4  Thank Randy S
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Reviewed 24 May 2013

located inside the old city of Rodos, you can find all major attractions of the city, in walking distance. Also the port of Rodos is very close, just 10 minutes walking. Very quiet and friendly atmosphear with a typical but well prepared breakfast. Room was rather small with no view (a window located rather high, had a view in the internal patio).
wi-fi was good and T.V had all major satelite channels.

Room tip: A room with view outside is reccomended
Date of stay: May 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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4  Thank manolischania
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Reviewed 9 November 2012

I have been to Rhodes six times and stayed at Cava d'Oro five times (they were renovating during one of my visits.) I always enjoy staying here because it is an historic building and it's on the quiet side of the old medieval town. They serve an ample breakfast which you can eat on the outside terrace. The location near the port is handy if you are going to do day trips to the islands or Turkey. The rooms are very clean and I had a small balcony which is always nice. I love the bells from St. Catherine's right down the street that ring before services. Don't miss going in to take a look at the frescoes and light a candle. Beautiful. As mentioned in other reviews, the owners are terrific and they have done a wonderful job in renovating the buildings to make them comfortable but still invoking the historic past.

Room tip: There is no restaurant for lunch or dinner and there is no fitness center and this rating chart should have an option for N/A. It is not terrible that they have neither.
Date of stay: October 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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4  Thank cherie100
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Reviewed 20 October 2012

We returned to Cava D'Oro again this September and were delighted. We were welcomed warmly and with a half-bottle of sparkling wine. As before Brigit and her stafff were very pleasant and helpful. We had rented a car to facilitate transfer and daily access to the east-coast beaches which we find more accessible than the windy, shingly ones in Rhodes Town itself. Faliraki is ok for this but Brigit told us about Tasambika a few miles further south. We found this very pleasant with all the facilities and easy parking and it became our daily haunt.
Our evenings were spent wandering round the ever fascinating old town which is very tranquil, once you get away from the frenetic commercialism, fascinating in it's own right, immediately round the port entrance.
Last year we enjoyed our stay but the upstairs room was a bit cramped. This year we specifically requested one of the larger rooms and were very pleased. The room, still compact, was full of character and charm but had enough space to be comfortable and a fridge too! The room was downstairs and faced the quiet street but there was no noise to disturb us.
Brigit's generosity continued as she gave us a lovely bottle of olive oil and a bottle of Ouzo as we left. This year we felt the holiday to be perfect for us and had no hesitation in booking "Our Oasis" again for next September.

Date of stay: September 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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4  Thank John W
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Reviewed 1 September 2012

Fantastic. Medieval style hotel set within the walls of Rhodes Old Town. Lovely rooms; ours had a little loft with another double bed, and an o-so-tiny balcony, which we didn't expect. Lovely breakfast setting, outside against the original walls. Lovely breakfast also. I climbed the little ladder here and had a good look over the walls towards the sea. The people were lovely also. We really recommend this hotel, so pleased we stayed here and not in a normal hotel in town. (Town was only a short walk, great for shopping here and hiring a car.) However, from our hotel in the Old Town we were able to wander through the old streets everyday, lots of touristy shops, but with lots of character also. Close to the waterfront, in fact, close to everything. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

Room tip: All the rooms are good.
Date of stay: June 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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3  Thank Amyntas
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