Thomas Cook has debuted its Cook’s Club brand in Rhodes with a small, 18-room hotel in the heart of the island’s old town.
The hotel, Cook’s eighth Cook’s Club, brings the brand’s tropical style to the island and will be open year-round so guests can visit outside the summer peak season.
It features a rooftop pool and bar with views across the city, as well as a suite with panoramic balcony, and a ground-floor Italian restaurant open to guests and the public.
Enric Noguer, chief of hotels and resorts at Thomas Cook, said: “When we launched Cook’s Club two years ago, we were bringing urban design hotels to the beach.
“Now, with the opening of our first city beach hotel, we are excited to use this as a model for expanding Cook’s Club across other popular sun and beach city destinations.”
The first Cook’s Club opened in Crete in 2018 and is now present in Turkey, Spain, Egypt and Bulgaria.