This hotel has 4 pools and a private beach. And it’s just a short drive from the capital, Rhodes Town.
This hotel underwent a major renovation in 2009, so these days it’s all about contemporary neutrals. It’s divided into 2 parts – there’s the main hotel, then there’s the Eden Village, a collection of bungalows.
It’s in a bay, just a short stroll from Kalithea’s shops. And a private, sand-and-shingle beach is just a few steps away. The capital Rhodes Town is 15-minutes away by bus with a stop outside the hotel.
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- Buildings: 2 main buildings, a bungalow area, block of pool suites and pool view bungalows
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Theme nights. Cooking stations. Snacks. Ice-cream. Afternoon tea.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Main outdoor pool
The main, saltwater pool is on the beachfront and comes with parasols and sunbeds. Pool towels with a deposit.
International à la carte restaurant*
For evening dining with small open-air area. All Inclusive customers are entitled to reduction in price when dining in the à la carte restaurants. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers for dinner.
Greek à la carte restaurant*
For evening dining with small open-air area. All Inclusive customers are entitled to reduction in price when dining in the à la carte restaurants. Men are required to wear long trousers for dinner.
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bungalow with garden view and balcony or terrace
These airy garden-view bungalows are designed with a home from home feel. There’s room for up to 3 with 1 sofa-bed in the double bedroom. You’ll have tea and coffee making facilities, a TV and a balcony or terrace for that bit of extra space outside. Just so you know, air-conditioning is available from May to October.
bungalow with garden view and terrace
These garden-view bungalows are simply furnished and are a good base for exploring the local area. There’s room for up to 4 with 2 sofa beds in the double bedroom. Outside you’ll find a terrace where you can bring everyone together outside. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
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Lovely view from pretty much all rooms, Always sunbeds available, Overall great sunny holiday!!
This was a lovely hotel overall, the staff friendly and very helpful. The pools were great and very big. Although by the main pool on a certain side, the breeze brings a smell which is absolutely vile! But apart from that the pools are lovely.Other activities such as tennis and table tennis... the equipment wasn't up to standard. The staff ran activities and tried to get everyone involved and feel part of the hotel family. The reps were very friendly and bubbly, bought many smiles to our faces! In the evening it was hard to get a seat outside where the entertainment was. Rooms cleaned almost everyday, credits to the cleaners as our room was rather messy everyday. The food wasn't great... pretty standard, but there was a selection, though the options are repeated frequently. Make sure to visit Rhodes Old town! This was my second visit and was great!More
ShelleyRogers, Greater London, United Kingdom
Stayed at the Eden Roc resort on out Honeymoon, do got a room upgrade to a honeymoon suite. Suite was fantastic and very spacious, well equipped with complimentary toiletries etc. Staff were very polite and friendly, food was as expected for an all inclusive, enough variety, a la carte restaurants not worth booking due to getting less food than in the main hall (it's the same food just table service) Pools are salt water, and the main pool is situated near the sewage outlet pipe so can smell a bit in the morning. Overall this was a great base for our honeymoon and the weather in September was really good. Highly recommend for all inclusive. More
A REALLY STYLISH AND COOL HOTEL
Went to this hotel Last Summer and really enjoyed it. The location is beautiful: it is built on a small promontory which makes it feel like you are on a little island. The hotel itself is very stylish in a modern way. A lovely place to be. The fantastic Rhodes Town (which I love) is only a short bus ride away as are a couple of other nice places. If you want a chilled holiday this could be the place for you. Nice location, nice hotel, nice bedrooms, nice staff, nice food, nice everything really. Would recommend it.More
B5013YYmichael, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Great staff, poorly managed
The hotel itself was fine, can't really fault it. I'm not sure if it's because it was coming towards the end of the season or not but there didn't seem to be enough staff around during meal times which meant either not being offered a drink at all or we were almost finished eating when someone finally came to ask what we wanted. The food was unacceptable for a hotel that's meant to be 4* - again, it could be that it was the end of the season but I've stayed in other all inclusive hotels in Rhodes at this time of year and there were no issues at all so that's no excuse. Here though the choice was poor and it was clear that the same dishes were being reheated or just modified slightly (for example some mushrooms or peppers being thrown into the sauce) the following day. We had paid for the holiday the same as anyone who visited during high season so we should have had a full range of food to choose from. Only one of the canteen islands had food on and one side of that was all salad, leaving maybe only 5 or 6 hot plates with actual cooked dishes. One evening the menu on the way into the restaurant stated veal stroganoff but the label next to the dish inside said beef stroganoff. It was definitely veal. The snacks were also a bit lacking - always cold and not covered properly, any bread items (like the burgers, for example) seemed hard and stale or there was just leftovers from lunch or dinner put out, which had been sitting in the restaurant for several hours uncovered before being moved. The staff were fantastic and really friendly - nothing was too much trouble. They work long hours and still have a smile on their face! Bed linen/towels were changed on a daily basis and the room cleaned adequately. The walls in the rooms seem pretty thin though with every word from the next room perfectly audible! Thankfully we didn't have raucous neighbours but I imagine it wouldn't be pleasant if the opposite were true! We stayed a week and during that time I only ever seen the main pool area hosed down - the smaller pool wasn't cleaned at all during our stay which was apparent from the tiles being sticky from where people had spilled drinks. The location was okay - if you are a fussy eater and want to go out for meals or haven't taken the AI package, there are only a few places nearby to choose from but a track into Rhodes town was only â¬9 or there's a frequent bus service from the main road.More
Christy L, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
A Beautiful Resort on Rhodes ****
We took the bus from Rhodes in the direction of Kallithea with the minimalist luggage we'd flown in with that morning from Athens. We over-shot our stop when we noticed the hotel sign fleetingly in the sky on our left. We quickly scrambled out and began the trek back in the direction towards the hotel sign, and then started down a road that ended at the beach where Eden Roc was located. It was hot walking and a hat is recommended. The resort was modern and spacious with beautiful swimming pools, a private beach, dining and guest relaxation areas. Our room was lovely! We felt we were sleeping in a forest when the treed wall paper was reflected in our mirror. We had a balcony that enabled us to look out over the lawns, the beach and the outside bar. It is wise to have a car to drive in and out of the resort, as it is a 15min walk to and from the resort and the bus stop, with quite a ride before reaching the town itself. The reception staff were welcoming and friendly. If you are looking for somewhere to enjoy good food and wine, to lie in the sun by the pool and relax, this is the perfect place for you! We, however, came to Rhodes to experience Greek culture and lifestyle and next time, would seek out a hotel in the old city. This is no reflection on Eden Roc, which had everything to offer the weary traveller. Recommended!More
janice1310, Buderim, Australia
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