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Lindian Village
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Reviewed 29 July 2010

We have just returned from a week at he Lindian Village. Overall I agree with many comments here as it is a lovely clean, well run hotel. A few comments though:

(i) we stayed in a standard Mediterranean room (we did pay Thomson for a room upgrade but don't think that we got one as it seemed a standard room. It wasn't large but it was quite simply and stylishly furnished. Bathroom and shower were good as was the aircon. No coffee or tea making facilities in the room though (not a big issue!);

(ii) the food was good but perhaps not quite as good as we had had in other (similar) hotels recently. The buffet was slightly varied but did seem very similar every day;

(iii) we were on a "half board" package which only entitles you to eat in the main buffet restaurant. They give a €15 allowance per person in the other 2 restaurants but it would cost around €50 to €60 per person to eat there so for a family of 4 this was an expensive option. As a result only 2 other of the restaurants were open (the Greek and the Thai) and then only alternate days. Needles to say there only seemed to be a handful of guests in either restaurant when I looked in there;

(iv) the hotel appears to be quite isolated and there is no where to walk too (although it was very hot anyway). There are 2 other hotels along side it on the beach and one massive hotel complex on an adjacent hill. A taxi to Lindos - worth a trip - was €25 out (but €17 back);

(v) there were always a good supply of loungers available and it didn't seem that any early morning towel brigade were there. Though the hotel did seem not to be full and i was told that it was only 2/3rds full (but would be full in August);

(vi) the guests were well spread with: Scandinavians, French, Italians, Russians, Ukranians, Belgians and Dutch as well some Germans and British. About equal numbers;

(vii) there are 3 swimming pools of varying depths. All were beautifully kept and the water crystal clear;

(viii) the sea was also warm and clear but there are large peddles on entry making it a bit difficult to get in or out and so wouldn't suit young children;

(ix) and yes it was expensive! €4 for a coke and €7 for a chocolate milkshake gives you some idea.

Overall a lovely quiet hotel to laze in the sun for a week. Well run and a very good standard overall.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled with family
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Thank david1234Uk
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Reviewed 14 June 2010

We chose a week at the Lindian Village purely for its 5* appeal to have a week relaxing in the sun. In this respect it was a perfect choice - an excellent resort with a great pool and private beach. Very relaxing.

The room (a standard Mediterraneo room) was perfect and had a balcony overlooking the pool and spa area, and was ideally placed as we were 20 yards from the beach and the pool. The pool area has 3 separate areas and lots of sunbeds with service from the pool bar (Pebbles). Lunchtime food at the pool (provided by Kohilo restaurant) was good and the service by Yiannis (Bar Manager) was exemplary.

The sun loungers on the private beach were excellent and again you could get drinks/food brought to your lounger/4-poster if you wanted. Towels were provided too. The beach is a mixture of pebbles and sand, so remember you beach/water shoes if you want to walk along the beach and water's edge.

The food in the restaurants was pretty good. Danton's did some good Thai, Basil's a good authentic Greek place, and Almantes (Main Restaurant) did a good breakfast but expensive buffet dinner (€35pp).

Contrary to other reviewers, the on-site shop does stock water (€0.80 per bottle) and other drinks/snacks/gifts. Our TOP TIP would be to walk outside the resort up the road to a mini-market and buy some beers/wine/snacks as they are much cheaper there than in resort - the water is the same price.

The spa was good - massage and manicure/pedicure had by us with the 20% discount card you get given on arrival.

Yes, the resort is a little way from anywhere else, but we didn't have reason to leave the resort as we just wanted to relax in the sun, so I can't comment on those aspects.

Overall, I would highly recommend Lindian Village to anyone. Smooth service, very clean, friendly and incredibly relaxing.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank cornishtim
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Reviewed 26 May 2010

We spend the second week of May at Lindian Village and travelled with three yound children.

We stayed in a Salomon Family suite which was very nice. The room had two bed rooms, two bath rooms, a living room and a very spatious terrace including a jacuzzi. The room was very clean and well looked after.

The staff of the hotel was very friendly and always willing to help out. e.g. When we had to skip dessert because one of the kids had to go to bed, they immediately proposed to bring the dessert to the room.

The pools and beach are very nice and clean and very calm during the periode we were there.

Since we were there very early on in the season the dinner was not always in buffet form (which would have been better when having three young children). If there is any minor point of critique it's the quality of the food. Let's say that's 4 or 4.5* quality.

I wouldn't go there with children anywhere between 8 - 16 because there's not too much to do for them (except for the pool and the beach of course).

This hotel is a real five star hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2010, travelled with family
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Thank brogge
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Reviewed 2 January 2010

We were part of the very first guest of the year. The welcome was friendly, the rooms spacious, the poll marvalous (although a bit chilly but hey, it was only april) the breakfast wonderful and dinner very nice.
When we arrived, dinner was a la carte and was of very good quality. when more people strated to arrive we had a choice out of different menus. this was still ok but not as nice as the dinners before.
So we tried the Japanese restaurant (the fish restaurant wasnt open yet). The japanese restaurant is OK and for a change of scenary but we didnt think the chef was around this early in the season.

My wife enjoyed a spa treatment

The drinks are realy expesive so if you like to drink a lot when lying around the pool, bring your well-filled wallet.

The hotel is a bit off-route but a bus passes by that will bring you to the cities/villages. if you are staying a bit longer and want to visit the rest of the island i would recommend hiring a car.

Overall a beautifull hotel where relaxing comes naturally

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank 2Nice
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Reviewed 29 December 2009

I got married her in May 08, it was an expensive place to stay but rooms were very clean and 'village' was tidy and beautiful. Food/drinks on site-v.expensive but Pefkos, 10mins away, very cheap and nice. Beach rubbish but good one at Pefkos. Wedding planners v.helpful, day went brilliantly. Would recommend room with hot tub not pool as warmer. Pool small but adequete. Not much for kids, more an adult place. Staff friendly. Would go again.

  • Stayed: May 2008, travelled with family
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