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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Based On 1230 reviews
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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.
Facilities► View all
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. You'll get one meal at this place included with your All Inclusive package. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers for dinner.
Greek à la carte restaurant
For evening dining with small open-air area. One meal per week is included in your All Inclusive package. Men are required to wear long trousers for dinner.
Rooms ► View all
double room with sea view and balcony
These contemporary double rooms feature a fresh and natural theme. There’s room for up to 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. Outside you’ll find a balcony overlooking the sea. And there’s a TV and air-conditioning available from May to October.
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.
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Relaxing and carefree break
Great value and great service. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff. Excellent amenities, something for all ages. Great variety of food and restaurants. We had paid for a room upgrade as it was special occasion holiday- well worth the small extra sum. Safe pools for kids and beach very safe and sheltered also.More
Very nearly got 5 stars from me!
We stopped at the resort in October after find a very good last minute deal. I had read the trip advisor reviews prior to booking and they left me a bit dubious, not knowing what to expect. Well all I can say is people are hard to please. The hotel is fantastic, the location couldn't be any more perfect! I would definitely recommend upgrading your room to a sea a view, the sunrise in the morning was incredible! The hotel was spotlessly clean, our room and fresh towels were provided every day! We would of liked a kettle and safe in the room, as we didn't have either unfortunately. There was a good choice of all inclusive drinks available through out the day and evening and the champagne bar was a welcomed bonus! Now I don't think the verity of food was excellent, but saying that I am a very fussy eater and never went hungry so it really wasn't that bad! The animation team was good, there was a few slow nights including the bingo and listening the Kristina every night was way to much, she sang the same songs every night and wasn't very personable, we would of preferred if maybe Alyssia from the animation team sang on at least one night, way to much Kristina! All in all, I would book to stay at the Eden roc again, we really enjoyed our time and hope to return in the future.More
Modern Family Resort Hotel on the Edge of Sea
Hotel is ideal for Families with children. Not somewhere i would recommend if you were a couple. We went at the last week of the season before it closed for the winter break and it was fairly busy then with families and kids. Not sure if it was due to the last week of the season but the entertainment was awful! Animation Team didn't really get involved with everyone, think they focused on certain familes or likes of some people. Champagne Bar was lovely. Cheap Champagne, don't be fooled by this. The Main Bar, Staff were miserable, had some horrible looks, and were not helpful. I did complain to the operations manager and towards the back end of the week, seemed to get more smiles. Food considering its your usual continetal foods which i'm not over keen on, but on this occasion i can't fault it. Would suggest though for breakfast to go the the Cove Restaurant. Lovely breakfast there. Pools are freezing and not heated. one of them is sea water, both clean though. As a couple and your looking for a quiet holiday, then this is not the place for you. families, yes but i think you can get better. We looked at the Hotel on the website and it stood out, thats why we picked it, its not until you get there that its completly different to what is advertised. Hotel overall is really modern, stylish and lovely, Reception staff are lovely too. Some Members of staff will go out there way to be nice. Don't book excursions through your tour operator within the hotel. Far to expenisve and not value for money at all. You can get a bus to most of the places such as Old Town Rhodes and New town and there cheap. As are taxi's but i would always stick to buses unless your coming back at night, because the last bus back to your stop at your hotel is 6pm. Boat trips etc you can arrange your self on nearly any beach and there cheaper too.More
Eden Roc "Rocks"
As this is a review regarding a hotel, I have split this into 4 stages, just like the hotel does when it asks for our feedback. Room, entertainment, food and customer service. Room - when booking with Thompson, they wanted a disgusting amount for a seaview, therefore based on principle, we refused. We had a double garden side view which was nice and in hind sight the location was probably better, although we didn't have the view, it also meant we were not situation about the pool bar which is where the evening entertainment is. Anyone with children is best to avoid and go for garden if you want quietness. Room is lovely, balcony included along with amenities such as fridge and kettle etc. The cleaning team will do this daily if you wish, however my hubbie didn't see why I was adamant on making the bed each morning and then sticking the "Please clean my room" sign. Surely I'm not the only one to do this? Entertainment - The only part I feel the hotel let itself down. Not sure whether it was because we went the last week of the season, but we didn't feel the entertainment team did enough to push for involvement. Yes I know this is a fine line and I don't want them bugging me while I'm trying to top of my tan around the pool etc, but I also don't want to listen to the Swedish girl drown out the stray cats on the karaoke with her rendition of Rhianna, and then be encouraged to kill us further with another song. I know this isn't the Xfactor and we should all be up for a laugh, but my ears were seriously in pain. Go around and get some other people up too. Regarding the swimming pools (4 in total), fellow guests advised me it was a bit cool, but OMG that was being kind, it took me 10 minutes to get myself in, but due to health and safety reasons, of fear of hypothermia, I got myself straight back out. Food & Drink - Best All Inclusive Hotel I have been to for food. It really was. They have the main buffet restaurant which had a good mixture, but then it also had a Greek, Italian, Grill and A La Carte restaurant. All of which you can book. We tried each one and the food was fabulous. Thee is even Greek and A La Carte at breakfast too. Fantastic. I don't get previous reviews complaining about the food. This made me worry before my holiday, but trust me you have no reason for concern here. Drink also makes this the best All Inclusive hotel I've been too. This hotel has a Champagne bar. A bloody champagne bar. Like OMG. Open 6.30pm until 10pm, and don't you know it, judged by the Europeans queuing at 6.20pm, you know just in case of a champagne shortage. It does a selection of champagne and wines in the evening. Out of these hours, you have a selection of the other bars in the hotel. Customer Service - Same as any big venue or company. You will get the good and the not so good. The good thing is, I wouldn't say anyone was bad, but some people need highlighting for being terrific. Georgio on the champagne bar, I don't just love you because you served me champagne, I also love you because you always have a smile on your face and will have a little chat with us. And secondly the lady who did the A La Carte breakfast, enjoy your winter rest, you deserve it. Even the reception where great, they will book the restaurants you wish and help the bus times etc. So overall, would I go back to this hotel? Most definitely. Its easily located for trips out to Rhodes Town, Lindos and Falaraki, plus a couple of different beaches nearby. Lovely hotel, and had a brilliant holiday.More
This hotel has got so many things right but it's the silly things that let them down. If they improved the quality of the drinks and the food was kept hot it would be perfect. It's a lovely hotel and the view from our room overlooking the bay was just wonderful. The room was lovely and it was kept very clean and the towels and bedding were changed every day. My favourite restaurant was the Italian as the food was very good and it was the only one where the food was always hot. It was good that we had a choice where to eat but it was a shame that the food was usually warm or cold. I found the quality of the drinks very poor. The only thing I could drink was the champagne and the wine from the champagne bar. The wine in the taps at the other bars and restaurants were terrible. Overall we had a great holiday and even though I had niggles with the food and drink it would not put me off going again.More
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