In Camera Art Boutique Hotel

  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel
  • In Camera Art Boutique Hotel

In Camera Art Boutique Hotel is a property that was inspired by the glorious past of Rhodes but was designed entirely looking to the future, taking care to respect the culture of the place and the surrounding environment. Located in the heart of the historic medieval city of Rhodes, the design of the hotel is undoubtedly a combination of traditional island style and avant-garde comfort, typical of the present day. This hotel places particular importance in offering true Greek hospitality, mixed with ultimate services and facilities, all with the aim of offering its guests the best to spend a pleasant, refined, relaxing and luxurious stay.

The property of the In Camera Art Boutique Hotel has preserved the original charm of a historic building thanks to the reuse of mosaic floors, stained glass windows, original steam baths and also having preserved the atmosphere of times gone by. Even the colors of the exterior recall the past of this place, a delicate salmon pink that is combined with the color of the sandstone of which the entire building is composed, a mix that recalls what would have been done in past centuries.

In Camera Art Boutique Hotel offers 10 rooms and suites and all are named after previous exhibitions of Nikos Kasseris (a photographer as well as the hotel owner) as if you were inside a large exhibition that highlights the style and colors loved by him. Like the fascinating “Nike of Samothraki”, clearly Ottoman with blood-red curtains, antique wooden furniture and arched windows arranged on three levels that give onto the Palace of the Grand Master and the mosque of Suleiman the Magnificent. Or the Deluxe Suite “Nymph of Helios” that offers its guests the possibility of using the original hammam dating back to the 16th century, an exceptional discovery made only during the renovation works. To conclude this small trip in their suites, the “Forms of Light”, also on three levels, is perfect for families thanks to its two private terraces with stunning views, two double bedrooms and a large space to share all together.

However, all the rooms and suites of In Camera Art Boutique Hotel combine harmoniously different elements, such as stone walls, arches, ceilings with exposed beams, decorated tiles and exclusive photos of Master Kasseris. Rooms also feature COCO-MAT mattresses, flat-screen satellite TVs and views of the medieval city.

Every morning they offer a delicious breakfast buffet with fresh fruit, cold cuts, cheeses, croissants as well as eggs and hot dishes made to order, all served on the veranda. There is an outdoor swimming pool with hydro-jets, a bar and a romantic garden. In Camera Art Boutique Hotel does not have a restaurant but thanks to its central location on the city, you will have a wide choice of restaurants to choose from for your romantic dinners in style or not. Hospitality, tradition and culture are certainly the philosophies of In Camera Art Boutique Hotel. This lovely hotel on the island of Rhodes sets itself the goal that all guests experience a unique holiday and that they can have a good time on their beautiful and beloved island.

Location

Hidden in the Byzantine maze of Rhodes Old Town (just a minute’s walk from Sokratous street, the main shopping thoroughfare), on Sofokleous Square the main square graced with 2000-year-old ruins and mature giant fig trees. The elevation of the hotel allows for gorgeous views to the Aegean and roof-scape of the Old Town. Rhodes Old Town is surely the main attraction of the island. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the best preserved and most extensive medieval towns in Europe. As you wander from the bus station, and over the outer wall and moat, it’s like stepping back in time and reliving all your childhood dreams of being a knight and attacking exotic castles in distant lands. It is also the location of many monuments and several museums.

Contacts

35 Sofokleous Str. Medieval Town 85100
Rhodes, Dodecanese (Greece)
+30 22410 77277
incamera@incamera.gr | incamera.gr

Don’t Miss

Photographic tour with Nikos Kasseris

Discover the non-touristic side of Rhodes. Through the guidance of multi award winning Rhodian photographer Nikos Kasseris you can combine a special tour of locations to photograph and at the same time a photography masterclass on the go.

Value for Money

Double rooms are from Euro 192,00 in high season; and from Euro 159,00 in low season. These rates are per room and per day and include breakfast and free Wi-Fi. Rates are subject to change without prior notice.

Access for guests with disabilities?

There are rooms and suites located on the ground floor with no stairs. Due to the particular construction, and location of the hotel, it is better that guests with disabilities contact the hotel, prior to any reservation.

Family-friendly?

They provide baby cot in rooms/suites and baby chair are available in the breakfast area. However the hotel suggests to families with young children to check with them any availability prior any booking.

How to reach

The hotel is located in Sofokleous square, at the heart of the picturesque Medieval city. However, in this part of city, vehicles are not allowed to enter the walls unless they have the residents’ sign. The taxi drivers are not allowed in the Medieval city, they will drop the guests outside one of the gates. Since the streets in the Medieval City are cobbled and extremely unfriendly to wheeled luggage, the hotel send someone to meet the Guests at a Gate and drive them to the hotel in their car. This service is free of charge.


When to go?

The island of Rhodes is located in the south-eastern part of the Aegean Sea near the coast of Turkey. The island is characterized by a typical Mediterranean climate, hot and dry in the summer months and mild and rainy in the winter months. Characteristic of the climate of Rhodes is the presence of constant winds all year round. These winds in summer help to greatly reduce the heat and in the winter make the climate milder. The island of Rhodes, because of its mild climate, can be visited at any time of year. The best months are, however, no doubt those corresponding to the dry season between April and November. The summer months are very hot but even if sometimes the heat is made more bearable by the constant blowing of the wind. The months of April, May, September and October are probably the best ever for a visit to Rhodes.

Our Special Readings

Beat the heat visiting Rhodes in winter

Trying to decide whether to visit Rhodes in winter? Or perhaps you already have plans and you want to know what to do once you get here? Visiting Rhodes in winter is a great way to escape from colder climates and enjoy the culture and history of one of Europe’s most popular islands, without dealing with lots of tourists who come in the summer.

Rhodes stays a bit warmer than Greece’s mainland, with highs around 14-16° C and low temperatures around 9-11° C. During the high season, there are tons of direct flights to the island from all over Europe, but from November onward, expect to connect through Athens or Thessaloniki. Said that, here are our picks for what to do in Rhodes in winter.

Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Rhodes Old Town

The New Town in Rhodes is considerably busier in winter than Rhodes Old Town, but if you want to learn about this UNESCO World Heritage Site, winter is a great time to come and explore without fighting the crowds The Medieval City of Rhodes was inscribed onto the WHS list in 1988. According to UNESCO:

The Order of St John of Jerusalem occupied Rhodes from 1309 to 1523 and set about transforming the city into a stronghold. It subsequently came under Turkish and Italian rule. With the Palace of the Grand Masters, the Great Hospital and the Street of the Knights, the Upper Town is one of the most beautiful urban ensembles of the Gothic period. In the Lower Town, Gothic architecture coexists with mosques, public baths and other buildings dating from the Ottoman period.

Enjoy quiet moments in Lindos

The town of Lindos, so popular during the summer, is practically a ghost town in winter. If you want to wander through the town’s white-washed houses and enjoy its beaches, going in winter will give you the option to explore Lindos almost completely on your own. While most shops and restaurants will be closed, a few stay open all year, so don’t worry about starving. We would personally base yourself in Rhodes and then visit Lindos from Rhodes as a day trip.

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