Below M.A.C. presents for your reservations a short select choice of recommended hotels in the islands:
Rhodes, Patmos & Astypalea.
M.A.C. will also arrange reservations for hotels & all types of accommodation in other Aegean Islands such as:
1. Northeastern Aegean Islands (Lesvos, Samos, IkariaChios),
2. Northern Sporades & Euboea (Skiathos, Skopelos, Evia),
4. Cyclades (Mykonos, Santorini, Naxos , Paros, Tinos, Syros, Ios, Amorgos)
5. Saronic Islands (Hydra and Spetses),
6. Dodecanese (Rhodes,Patmos, Astypalea, Kos),
7. Crete.
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Rhodes island 

Rhodes is one of the largest and most fertile of the Greek Islands, and because of its combination of beaches, archaeological sites and extensive medieval town, is one of the most visited. The climate is particularly good, with the weather typically sunny and mild.
The island is usually counted as one of the Dodecanese, but due to its importance for travelers is considered separately here.
Rhodes is a major tourist attraction for the seekers of sunny beaches. While many of its beaches are gravel, not sand
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The island can boast 300+ sun days in a year. Consequently, you will stumble into tourists and hotels and beaches full of deck chairs for rent, into shops and restaurants that cater to these tourists. It can be overwhelming at times.There is a good variety of beaches on Rhodes. The east side of the island has almost continuous sandy beaches with calm waters. Beaches on the west are mostly more stony. The wind mostly comes in from the west and also the sea tends to be somewhat rougher to the west so that side of the island is better suited to surfing or kite boarding.
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The places of the most point of interest are:
-Rhodes Town.
-Lindos. The stunningly beautiful town beach on the bay. Very trendy, so wear your thong bikini here if you want to fit in.
-Kalithea. Just north of Faliraki, this was originally an Italian built spa. It is very pleasant spot but can be crowded also a number of separate beaches, each seemingly with their own taverna lie just south of the spa.
-Faliraki. A long sandy beach with plenty of tavernas to choose from. There is also no shortage of people to rent jet skis
from or to organise other activities. At the southern end, there is a quiter, more rocky beach but the sea there is inconveniently shallow for swimmers.
-Ladiko Beach (Anthony Quinn Bay). This is a very scenic spot. On one side of the bay is a relatively small beach.
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Get in:
By boat
Rhodes is accessable via ferry from Symi, Tilos, and Bodrum, as well as Datca and Marmaris in Turkey.
Cruise ships dock at the Commercial Port, east of Rhodes (city)'s Old Town.
All ferry and high speed ferry companies operate between Rhodes  and other Greek islands , Turkey & Piraeus port (Athens)

By plane
The island is served by Diagoras International Airport with the IATA code RHO. The airport is situated on the west coast about 14km from Rhodes Town. There are regular flights to and from Athens, Thessaloniki, and Crete; charter airlines connect Rhodes with many major cities all over Europe.

- Rhodes Old Town -

for hotels in the Old Town as Spirit of the Knights, Rodos Park Suites, Nikos Takis Fashion, Marco Polo Mansion, Avalon Boutique,
... + also recommendations of hotels along the beaches and in or close to Lindos:click here to Rhodes page.

Patmos island 

Patmos is a small island in the Aegean Sea. One of the northernmost islands of the Dodecanese complex.
Patmos' main communities are Chora (the capital city), and Skala, the only commercial port. Other settlements are Grikou and Kampos.
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The churches and communities on Patmos are of the Eastern Orthodox tradition. In 1999, the island's historic center Chora,
along with the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian and the Cave of the Apocalypse, were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
The monastery was founded by Saint Christodulos Patmos is also home to the Patmian School, a notable Greek seminary.
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The islands shape and its 63km coastline offers a wide selection of beaches, from sandy and organized shores with umbrellas
and beach bars to solitary coves. The choice of where to enjoy some of the clearest, refreshing and tranquil waters of the Aegean Sea is yours. If you're arriving with a private boat or simply renting one, you're in for an unforgettable experience and not only on our island,
for Patmos has many small and larger neighbouring islands making short distance excursions enticing .

Patmos Hotels & Properties
Porto Scoutari Hotel/Apartments *** Cat. B' (14 Units)
Location & description: 500m from Meloi Beach, about 1,5km from Skala Town. 
Facilities: Reception, bar, terrace, breakfast room, room service, swimming pool, parking 
All Units: Traditional style furnished apartments and studios with terrace, A/C, kitchenette, private
facilities, mini bar, living - sitting area, colour TV, direct dial phone, some rooms have canopy beds.
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Hotel Skala *** Cat. B� Patmos (78 Rooms)
Location & description: About 50m from beach, about 50m from Skala Town. 
Facilities: Reception, restaurant, bar, snack bar, swimming pool, pool bar, TV room, video, flower garden terrace with harbour and Hora view, breakfast room, safety boxes, elevator, library, conference facility. 
All Rooms: Private facilities, mini fridge, telephone, music, wall to wall carpet, balcony with sea or mountain view. 
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Astypalea island

Astypalea (or Astipalea or Astypalaia) belongs to the Dodecanese, an island group of twelve major islands in the southeastern Aegean Sea. The Island is 18 km. long, 13 km. wide at the most, and covers an area of 99 km2. Along with numerous smaller uninhabited offshore islets (the largest of which are Sýrna and Ofidoussa), it forms the Municipality of Astypalaia.
The coasts of Astypalea are rocky with many small pebble-strewn beaches. A small band of land of roughly 10 kilometres, almost separates the island in two sections. The capital and the previous main harbour of the island is Astypalea or Hora, as it is called by the locals.
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The most important villages are Analipsi or Maltezana, a seaside village spread out along a small valley in Exo Nisi with a beautiful sandy beach. Livadi a seaside village spread along a fertile valley on the inlet of the bay with the same name
Vathi resembles are lagoon. The bay is almost completely closed off with an opening of just 50m. There are two small villages at Vathi: Exo Vathi which is at the mouth of the bay with its small jetty at which caiques moor and Mesa Vathi on the inlet of the bay with fields, a few trees and vineyards.
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A NEW harbour has been buildt in Agios Andreas on the mid island from where now the connections are west and east with Piraeus and the other islands of the Dodecanese. Flight connections with Athens from the airport close to Maltezana

Astypalea Hotels & Properties
Location: Chora, the Capital of Astypalaia
Description: Andromeda Resort is built in Chora, the Capital of Astypalaia. It is a brand NEW hotel complex comprising eight guestrooms, with its own character, adding brightness and freshness to the setting. All the guestrooms provide you with a breath-taking view of the Venetian Castle, the traditional landscape with beautiful windmills and the endless � Aegean blue sea from your own private balcony
Hotel Amenities: Air conditioned lobby, Fax service, Home made breakfast, Luggage storage, Parking
All Rooms: Air conditioning, Balcony, Fridge, Direct dial phone, Fully equipped kitchen, Safe box, Bathrobes � slippers, Satellite colour TV, Queen size beds, Central heating, Internet access
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M.A.C. will also arrange reservations for hotels & all types of accommodation in the islands:
Spetses, Egina, Chios, Kos, Limnos, Skiathos, Skopelos, Skyros, Evia, Kythira and many more.

click here for the Cyclades Islands: Santorini, Naxos, Paros, Tinos, Syros, Ios, Amorgos
or other Aegean Sea islands: the large well reputed islands of Crete, or Rhodes
reservations by,
Enoplon Dynameon 10 (upper floor)
end of Matoyianni (the main street)- Mykonos
Postal Address: P.O. Box 58 - 84600 Mykonos-Greece
Tel: +30-22890-23160 or 23408, , or 28160 & Fax: 22890-24137
 summer working hours: all day from 09h00 22h00 / 9 am- 10 pm
winter working hours similar only closed on Sunday !
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Last updated December 9th. 2017