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Nathalie Hotel is found in Ixia on the west coast of the island of Rhodes just 8 km from the airport. The hotel is set in a quiet residential area surrounded by wooded hills of pine and olive trees and the hotel is only 400 metres from the beach. The hotel is also located close to the commercial centre with many restaurants and tavernas. All guestrooms are comfortable, well equipped and have a private balcony area. The clear freshwater swimming pool is perfect for relaxing during the day and the poolside bar offers refreshing food and drinks.
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Fantastic little gem
Stay Date: 08/2017, sandra a wrote this review.
We spent 10 days at Hotel Nathalie in August 2017. What a little gem. The attention to detail with the mainly blue decor gave a great first impression. We were greeted by Martha on the desk who was more than helpful and told us the bar could make piz… See more
We spent 10 days at Hotel Nathalie in August 2017. What a little gem. The attention to detail with the mainly blue decor gave a great first impression. We were greeted by Martha on the desk who was more than helpful and told us the bar could make pizzas or toasted sandwiches if we were hungry after our journey. Our room was spotlessly clean with free air con, a hairdyer and fridge and nice big shower. The pool is a good size and the food provided at the snack bar is exceptional. The small bar inside is very well stocked and run by the lovely Marina who rustled up cocktails of the day! Free pool table and games. The breakfast is ample and varied with plenty of seating. All in all this hotel is well worth a visit. It lays back off a busy main road and is very quiet. We would like to return some day. Collapse
Very Clean and Charming
Stay Date: 07/2017, JDA55 wrote this review.
Spent two week here. It is located just south of Ixia in the outskirts of Illaysos a walk from the main road in a quiet residential area. Transport of some kind is needed to explore Island, buses go into Rhodes town, are very busy, but cheap. Taxi co… See more
Spent two week here. It is located just south of Ixia in the outskirts of Illaysos a walk from the main road in a quiet residential area. Transport of some kind is needed to explore Island, buses go into Rhodes town, are very busy, but cheap. Taxi costs around €15 to Town and €20 to airport and around €8 to Illaysos centre. The centre is full of restaurants and bars and a nice but windy beach is to be found along this entire stretch. The Hotel is very well kept and very clean. Breakfast is fairly basic but suffices and the reception area and lounges a delight. Safety deposit boxes are available at €10 a week. The rooms again are basic but the beds are very comfortable. Bathrooms are small but again ok. some balconies are barely large window boxes, but you can sit out. Air conditioning is included and good. The pool area is well kept and the pool a good size and there is a also a well run snack bar, which serves good and reasonably price food and drinks. The staff and owners are a delight and obviously and justly proud of their Hotel. There are some nice restaurants nearby, but the strip is very touristy and in places a little run down in others very upmarket. (Greek islands all over I hear you say!) I would stay here again Collapse
Explore Rhodes island with Nathalie's help...
Stay Date: 07/2017, mark-chapman wrote this review.
A GREEK oasis in an arid, heat-filled holiday land... Hotel Nathalie lives up to its Trip Advisor-earned reputation. Clean, white, blue, marble tiles, sparkling pool... kind of a home-from-home, a resting place to soak up some sun, plan a day or two… See more
A GREEK oasis in an arid, heat-filled holiday land... Hotel Nathalie lives up to its Trip Advisor-earned reputation. Clean, white, blue, marble tiles, sparkling pool... kind of a home-from-home, a resting place to soak up some sun, plan a day or two ahead, recover from a journey out. Just outside the hotel reminds me of that book, Absolute Beginners, where the summer is so hot... scooters and motorbikes move easily about the back streets - and cooking an egg on a car bonnet is going to work :) Cats and dogs loll and laze on tarmac and driveways. Sandy dust is a fine cover over the neighbourhood scene. The smell is of, well, burnt dusty roads and pavements (over any animal smells). Nathalie is a little plain perhaps - but the place is comfortable and it runs so smoothly and pleasantly. Martha, Marina and Christos made ours a happy stay. It was easy to chat around travelling the island or simply walking along Ixia's parched streets - or fixing the odd room issue. You may have read about small balconies and basic rooms. Natalie is designated 'two star' compared to hotels with a wider range of facilities - yet in most other respects, it is a five star service hotel. We stayed there when a 6.7 magnitude earthquake hit the region. Nathalie started to lightly shake in the middle of the night, and then vibrate violently until our bedroom was swinging back and forth in a stretched rhythm (the hotel structure was being stretched), forcing the bed across the floor. Then thankfully, the quake died away quicker than it came. Jumping out of bed, I checked for falling masonry from the balcony - I was surprised there was none. Huge sigh of relief! Older Greek buildings tend not to have quake protection, we were told; on Kos and Turkey two died and more than 100 were reported injured in this large earthquake. Rhodes island suffered little serious damage, we were told at Nathalie. Cracks on public buildings in Rhodes town were noticeable though when we visited after the quake (which must be a major worry for the public authorities). Hotel Nathalie looked unscathed. Staring at our concrete bedroom ceiling though, my family must have had a (very) narrow escape. It is easy to hire bicycles (less than £5 per day), cars and scooters / mopeds from Nathalie. We paid 80 Euros (less than £80 UKP) for two days car rental. Highlights of our vacation were visits to Rhodes old town and Lindos. We sat high in rooftop restaurants in both places, wondering at the views, and tales of ancient heroes (Achilles, knights on crusades, sultans and Muslim warriors), wonders (Collosus of Rhodes) and saints (such as St Paul's Bay). After a day basking and baking on the beach, we wound our way past donkeys and people milling around Lindos village's white-painted shops to climb to the Acropolis of Lindos. Couldn't help thinking that St Paul may have imagined the scene at Christ's crucifixion here, a man dragging a cross up a steep winding hill over cobbles + tumbledown paths followed by people drawn to the most macabre of criminal / capital spectacles. Gulping icy water and chilled just-squeezed orange juice, we kept hydrated (just) as the heavy heat beat down well into late evening. Reaching the fortress and summit of the temple-like acropolis was simply stunning - churches maybe built on hilltops but with ancient Rome-like temple columns but with added breathtaking panoramic views, this ancient Greek scene was the most unforgettable for any lifetime, surely. Rhodes is a pretty busy cosmopolitan tourist destination. In the end, I can't think of a better base to enjoy this remarkable island than this cleanest and most curious oasis that is Hotel Nathalie. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, TESMAC wrote this review.
We have recently come back from our stay in the Nathalie hotel and we loved it. The hotel is beautifully decorated inside and out, the little garden at the front is so lovely! The pool is a good size and there's enough sun beds for everyone. One thin… See more
We have recently come back from our stay in the Nathalie hotel and we loved it. The hotel is beautifully decorated inside and out, the little garden at the front is so lovely! The pool is a good size and there's enough sun beds for everyone. One thing I would say is that I only saw the pool being cleaned once during our week there and there was a lot of people going in and out. The room was kept clean but a little outdated in my opinion, the shower was quite small and the shower curtain stuck to me as I showered. The air conditioning really kicks in which is great. As mentioned in some of the other comments this hotel has no lift, so it was a bit of a struggle going up 3 flights with our suitcases. Breakfast is great, lots of options and the staff keep it topped up. The receptionists - Martha and Christos were really helpful, also the lady who worked on the bar in the evening. I don't remember her name but she helped us when the balls got stuck in the pool table. Lots of shops, restaurant and also ATM's nearby. Would defiantly stay here again. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, Thelastdrop wrote this review.
The hotel and staff are wonderful. I am recovering from a ankle operation and also twisted my 'good ankle' getting out of the taxi at the hotel. Our cases were taken straight up to the room for us. Room was clean and, the bonus, had mosquito cover in… See more
The hotel and staff are wonderful. I am recovering from a ankle operation and also twisted my 'good ankle' getting out of the taxi at the hotel. Our cases were taken straight up to the room for us. Room was clean and, the bonus, had mosquito cover in front of the balcony door. The breakfast was ample, catering for most tastes, plenty of it. The 'snack bar' was really a diner as the meals they cooked were lovely. It was great for me, having limited mobility and they fetched the food to me. The reception staff were very good, ringing for taxi's when we needed. They also, when I sat in the patio area, came and asked if I needed a drink. Would I go back? Definitely Collapse
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