Akti Imperial Hotel & Convention Center Dolce by Wyndham

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Ialisou Avenue & Iliadon Street (Ixia) Rhodes Ialyssos 85100

Need dates

  • 10/20/202410/31/2024
  • 04/01/202504/11/2025


Hellenic Chamber of Hotels


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (mountain)
  • View (ocean or water)


  • All inclusive
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Rental car service
  • Space (outdoor)

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts
  • Water sports
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Taxi

Distance from airport

  • 7.46 mi. from venue


  • Complimentary parking

Akti Imperial Hotel & Convention Center Dolce by Wyndham Meeting Space

Total meeting space242,188 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms32
Largest room23,035 sq. ft.
Second largest room12,379 sq. ft.
Space (Outdoor)Available

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms710
Double (2 beds)630

Local Attractions

Ialyssos Beach

This is one of the highly organized beaches on Rhodes.Like Ixia, it is partly pebbly, and very popular to windsurfers as it is mostly windy and wavy as well.The scenery is more or less the same wherever you may find yourself along the Ialyssos shoreline: the beach is highly organized with the gardens and swimming pools just behind and at the rear the multi-storey hotels with their tennis courts and other facilities.

Lindos Acropolis

Historical landmark
1 hour away
Nestling at the foot of a steep rock and beautifully surrounded by the sea lies the traditional settlement of Líndos; on the top of the same rock stands a centuries-old acropolis, proudly overlooking the archipelagos. The acropolis bears silent witness to Líndos’ glorious past, a major naval power of ancient times which reputedly had a population of 17,000. The landscape of Líndos encapsulates the essence of Rhodes: a surprisingly felicitous blend of ancient and medieval! With 600,000 visitors annually, Líndos competes with Delphi as the second most visited archeological site in Greece.

Tsambika Beach

35 minutes away
The long sandy beach of Tsambika is located 25 km south of Rhodes town, under the imposing rock where it stands the miraculous Monastery of Tsambika. Turquoise waters and golden sands create a beautiful scenery, ideal to relax and enjoy the sun. Dozens of colorful beach facilities are available as well as Water sports for the most daring types. The wider region is very friendly and offers plenty of amenities, during night and day.

Butterfly Valley of Rhodes

30 minutes away
A unique nature reserve is to be found inland on Rhodes, “Butterfly Valley” (in Greek “Petaloúdes”). Apart from its aesthetic value, it is also the site of the only natural forest of Liquidambar orientalis (Oriental Sweetgum trees) in Europe, and a resting point for the Jersey tiger (Panaxia Quadripunctaria), a nocturnal moth. An excellent place for families with children who wish to enjoy the beauties of nature and examine the life cycle of butterflies as part of their summer holiday. You and your children will love the peaceful walk through the shaded, green valley with its small river and beautiful waterfalls. You are permanently surrounded by butterflies camouflaging themselves against the tree trunks as you walk up towards the monastery at the top, or rest for a while on one of the wooden benches along the way.

Rhodes Old Town

Historical landmark
4 km away
Rhodes (Greek: Ρόδος, Ródos [ˈroðos]) is the principal city and a former municipality on the island of Rhodes in the Dodecanese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Rhodes, of which it is the seat and a municipal unit.It has a population of approximately 90,000 in its metropolitan area. Rhodes has been famous since antiquity as the site of Colossus of Rhodes, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The citadel of Rhodes, built by the Hospitalliers, is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, which in 1988 was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city of Rhodes is an important urban center and popular international tourist destination.

Rhodes Nightlife

4 km away
Rhodes is famous for its nightlife, which offers a lot of alternatives. There are a lot of available venues for entertainment, from taverns and cafeterias, to clubs, pubs, bars, cinema's and even a casino. You can go for a walk and choose the ideal place according to the music you prefer. There are sophisticated bars for a relaxing evening and clubs for an extreme night with alcohol and dance. Rhodes' life is particularly cosmopolitan and the most popular locations to go are the Old City, Ialysos and Faliraki. In the Old City by the coastline, at Orfanidi Street, there are plenty of bars essentialy causing the street to be renamed to Bar street. Faliraki is a notorious place but mostly for young people who enjoy drinking a lot. Especially during summer the nightlife of Rhodes takes off and tourists have fun and dance up to the early morning hours.

Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes

Historical landmark
4 km away
The Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes,also known as the Kastello (Greek: Καστέλο, from Italian: Castello, "castle"), is a medieval castle in the city of Rhodes, on the island of Rhodes in Greece. It is one of the few examples of Gothic architecture in Greece. The site was previously a citadel of the Knights Hospitaller that functioned as a palace, headquarters, and fortress.According to recent study, in the exact spot in which the palace exists today, there was the foundations of the ancient temple of the Sun-god 'Helios' and probably that was the spot where Colossus of Rhodes stood in the Antiquity. The palace was originally built in the late 7th century as a Byzantine citadel. After the Knights Hospitaller occupied Rhodes and some other Greek islands (such as Kalymnos and Kastellorizo) in 1309, they converted the fortress into their administrative centre and the palace of their Grand Master.In the first quarter of the 14th century, they repaired the palace and made a number of major modifications.The palace was damaged in the earthquake of 1481, and it was repaired soon afterwards.After the 1522 capture of the island by the Ottoman Empire, the palace was used as a command centre and fortress.The lower part of the palace was severely damaged by an ammunition explosion in 1856.As a result, many rooms in the first floor were destroyed.During the Italian rule of Rhodes, the Italian architect Vittorio Mesturino restored the damaged parts of the palace between 1937 and 1940.It became a holiday residence for the King of Italy, Victor Emmanuel III, and later for Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, whose name can still be seen on a large plaque near the entrance.On 10 February 1947,the Treaty of Peace with Italy, one of the Paris Peace Treaties, determined that the recently established Italian Republic would transfer the Dodecanese Islands to Greece. In 1948, Rhodes and the rest of the Dodecanese were transferred as previously agreed. The palace was then converted to a museum, and is today visited by the millions of tourists that visit Rhodes.In 1988, when Greece held the rotating presidency of the European Economic Community (as the European Union was then known),Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou and the other leaders of the EEC held a meeting in the Palace.

Aquarium of Faliraki

20 minutes away


Located just footsteps away from the long, magnificent, pebble beach of Ixia, this elegant 9-floor resort's prime location on the cosmopolitan island of Rhodes overlooks the clear waters of the Aegean sea. Its private underground passage allows easy access from the main pool area to the beach. Set close to the center of Rhodes, Diagoras International Airport and Mandraki Rhodes Harbor, it is ideally situated near some of the island's most touristic attractions, venues, beaches, restaurants, bars and shopping districts. The Akti Imperial's modern facilities, affordable 5-star amenities, traditional hospitality and breathtaking sunset views, make it the perfect holiday destination!


High season
May 1 – Sep 30
Shoulder season
Apr 3 – Apr 30
Oct 1 – Oct 31
Low season