A shocking video has captured the aftermath of the wildfires that ravaged Rhodes — turning a luxury hotel into charred remains.
Lindos Imperial Resort and Spa, in the village of Kiotari, was one of the hotels which was evacuated when wildfires raged across the Greek island.
Before the natural disaster, the five-star luxury hotel and spa was host to happy families relaxing on sun loungers with children happily playing in the pool.
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But as seen in the viral clip, shared online by @k_urdo4, the poolside area of the resort has been left scorched by the flames.
The devastating scenes show destroyed sun loungers and the ground covered in ash, in the video which has garnered more than 797,000 views.
TikTok users were left gutted after seeing the destruction as they took to the comments, writing: "Heartbreaking. I can't imagine how the locals are feeling."
Another added: "That's so sad."
A third commented: "Hope everyone is safe."
In a statement posted on Instagram, Lindos Imperial said it is 'temporarily out of operation until further notice' as a result of the ongoing wildfires.
A guest, who had been staying at the hotel, said she still hasn't heard anything else since they were evacuated and they had "to leave without their belongings and were taken to other locations."
It comes as the popular holiday hotspot of Corfu has been evacuated as horror wildfires in Greece are nearing ever closer.
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The deadly fires have devastated nearby Rhodes, and are now reaching Corfu where many more Brits will be staying.
And now Greece's Emergency Communications Service has issued evacuation orders as the problems intensify.
An SOS message was sent to all in the area said: "If you are in Santa, Megoula, Porta, Palia Perithia & Sinies, evacuate now to Kasiopi. Wildfire in your area – follow instructions of Authorities."
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