Eden Roc Resort Hotel

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 761 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 4Floors
  • 356Rooms
  • 3Lifts
  • 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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double room with sea view

Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3. Air-conditioning from 15th June - 30th September.

double room with garden view

Double room with garden view sleeps up to 3. Air-conditioning from 15th June - 30th September.

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Eden Roc - Fantastic holiday and location

I went between 15th and 22nd August 2015 as 2 couples. - Location is superb. The hotel is set in a cove next to the sea and the views are lovely. You can also access other popular parts of the island easily by booking a taxi from reception for only a small cost. From the hotel to Old town it is only about €9. The taxis have set prices so you will not be ripped off. Falaraki is also nearby with only a small taxi ride. - All inclusive. The all inclusive aspects of the hotel are good. There is plenty of food and a good variety available all day. The drinks are also good - a wide range available and some cocktails. For a one week stay, you can have one lunch and one dinner in the a la carte restaurant. We chose to dine in the beach taverna restaurant, although the menu is limited, the food was tasty and the setting was brilliant. The all inclusive drinks start at 11am and finish at 11.30pm, there is a water cooler available before 11am and obviously drinks at breakfast. Food times are good and there are snacks available during the day, including ice cream. - Animation team. The entertainment programme around the main pool is good. There is enough to be involved in. The animation team provide music, water polo, water basket, table tennis, football, beach volleyball, water gym, yoga, stretching, Zumba and some games throughout the day time. They run from 10.30am-1pm and 3.00-5.30pm. In the evening, the animation team do a mini disco for the children and then some sort of entertainment (e.g. Karaoke, a show, some live music). There is also usually live music inside in the champagne bar every evening. - Swimming pools and sun beds. There are 4 swimming pools. The main swimming pool is huge and has limited sun beds (you have to get up early to reserve these). One area of this pool smells like sewage so this needs to be avoided. However the pool has a good atmosphere. Please note that this pool is salt water. There is another smaller pool very close by which is easier to get sun beds around at any time of day. You can then join in from here with the entertainment provided. There are bars in close proximity to these pools. There is another pool with slides nearer the tennis courts and another pool by the bungalows. There is a towel service by the beach. You pay a deposit of €10 per towel and can go and get fresh towels every day, at the end of your stay you can then get your deposit back. This service is available between 9 and 4 every day. There are plenty of parasols around the pools too. - Beach. The beach is shingle. There are plenty of sun beds but get there before 10am to ensure you have beds. There is a beach bar to get drinks from. On the beach, there are plenty of water sports to get involved in and there is a glass bottom boat trip which lasts for 1 hour and costs €10 per person. Jet skis are €40 for 10 minutes and pedalos are €15 for one hour. The sea is beautiful and completely clear! - Rooms. The rooms are stunning, they have a hairdryer in the bathroom but you may need something more powerful. Balconies are glass, the room contains a fridge, there is a free safe, the air conditioning is good, working shower and clean bathroom. The beds were comfortable and the rooms are an excellent size. Maid service daily - sometimes comes very late (6pm ish) but we always had our room cleaned before we were back from enjoying the weather every day so this wasn't an issue for us. - Staff were friendly and helpful. If you need something - ask. Useful tips: . Visit Old town! Only a short taxi trip and well worth it. We ate there one night and enjoyed some cocktails and shopping. . The staff at the hotel don't expect tips. . Use of hotel towel service is good. . Pool tables are €2 per game in the hotel near main bar. . Avoid the nasty smelling area around main pool. . There are some rocks in the sea so be careful when swimming. The sea also gets deep quite quickly. . Take your own hairdryer. . Free wifi in hotel. Overall a brilliant stay, we never go the the same place twice but I recommend this hotel for anybody wanting a good holiday in Rhodes.More

Stevie B, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom

Lovely week at Eden Roc!

You cannot fault the scenery at this hotel! The beach is gorgeous and the sea is so clear! The hotel itself is lovely the rooms are all refurbished and really modern and there was plenty of activities to do during the day especially loved the water gym! On the first day we went to find sun beds and on one side of the pool it's smells awful. We named this 'poo corner' but people still seem to sit there so you won't struggle to get sun beds elsewhere :) the animation team were all really lovely and there was always a nice atmosphere around the main pool which is huge by the way!! The beach has water sports which is sometimes just entertaining to watch! The restaurant is standard buffet but also if you have the chance to go the beach taverna Al a carte then do because it was Italian food and really yummy! Also had lunch one day down there which was really good. Really missing not being there now and the views! If you have the chance go to old town it is lovely there and a chance to go and see something outside of the hotel... Also went on the glass bottom hour sea cruise which was enjoyable. Plenty of stuff to do. Thank you Eden Roc for a lovely holiday!More

Buckland1993, Bath, United Kingdom


We arrived back this morning from this amazing resort. The location was brilliant, children's pool away from the others so this suits both families and couples, the beach was great and even managed to get a sunbed at 10am. Our accommodation was brilliant and just outside was a fantastically clean salt water pool. The food was brilliant, plenty of choice at all 3 meals times plus an afternoon snack meal too. There was always 3/4 different meats on offer (especially loved the spicy sausage), plenty of salads, fruit and desserts, if your usual food is only junk food you might struggle. The management and staff (especially Antonis) were always friendly and went out of their way to help all week. The flights were delayed both coming and leaving but this doesn't reflect on the resort. Even after checkout (18.00, as we extended our room with 1 phone call to reception) the all inclusive offer didnt stop (we went somewhere last year where the offer did stop after checking out). We will be returning next year hoping for longer than a week or even 2 one week breaks.More

213TonyF, London, United Kingdom

A fantasitc holiday

The Eden Roc is placed in an excellent location, we have never done All-Inclusive before so didnt know what to expect, we were not disappointed, the choice of food was excellent, there was always something to choose from if you are picky with your food like i am, The alcoholic drinks were a bit on the weak side so we just drank more, Bar service was excellent at busy times but some guests decided to jump the queing system but were soon told by the bar staff to wait in line before being served. We never had any problem getting sun loungers by the shallow pool if you where down there before 9, so we would come down by 8.30, put our towels on our beds then go into breakfast. our towels were never taken off at any time as after breakfast we would go back to our room to change for sunbathing and be down by 9.30 ish. We ate most days at lunch time, but only a snack was enough. the entertainment on the evening was suppose to be entertaining but was mostly comical with guests participation. We met some lovely people on our holiday who let us use their room to shower and change before our flight home as we had a evening pick-up which got around the problem of using a spare room for 30 mins. they have a locked room near reception for suitcases but we kept our cases in our friends room as they were staying till the end of the week. So if you are going to stay at this hotel in the peak season then try and get a an early flight but you dont have to check out of your room till midday. We are already looking to stay again next year.More

Kev1182015, Bristol, United Kingdom

A complete shambles

Just got back from a week at Eden Roc, having travelled with First Choice. My boyfriend and I were really looking forward to going to Rhodes and staying at this hotel in particular as the pictures online makes the hotel looks so tranquil. The outbound journey was fantastic and couldn't fault it, however, once we arrived in Rhodes it just went downhill from there. By the time we had arrived at Eden Roc it was the early hours of the morning. We were last to be checked in as there was only one person on reception to get us all through the process, no welcome to the hotel, just a piece of paper with hotel information. It was gone 2am by the time we'd settled in our room. It became apparent by the second day that the food all week was going to be very very repetitive, meals were the same just served slightly differently, there's no over exaggeration here, we were really shocked as all the other reviews we'd read seemed fairly positive. The meal you had for lunch one day would be dinner the next and the other way around. We spent our time by the smaller pool as the beach was extremely busy, we didn't want to be within arms reach of other families/couples. The smaller pool is salt water, it's a bit concerning as there is a water pipe that comes out into the sea just by it, we weren't sure what the pipe was but I wouldn't want to guess too much. It was filthy by the end of each day with seaweed and dirt. We didn't actually meet our rep all holiday as she was never there the times she said she would be, our departure details came at 11pm, accompanied with an alarming bang on the door, we genuinely thought we were being broken in to, I'm certain this could have been dealt with differently. Our maid seemed reluctant to clean our room, she would come to do our room around 5-6pm, just around when we were coming back from the pool, it was as though she wanted us to tell her not to bother. We also had a guest with us all week in the form of Larry the lizard. The nail in the coffin for our holiday was on our departure day I went to ask at reception to see if we could keep our room on or even be moved to another room we'd called and they had said no, but on the way down to breakfast I thought I'd check again, they said come back so I went back after breakfast, the hotel reservations manager Michalis Palalas, reiterated it wasn't possible, but he offered me a 30minutes slot for us to have a shower and get ready. I then wanted to check again that we couldn't have either another room or perhaps and hour slot. Michalis Palalas then proceed to tell me to stop talking, he decided to start wagging his finger at me and then put his hand up to my face when I tried to talk. Disgraceful. The other staff just stood in shock. Over priced, bad food. The management seem reluctant to actually manage anything. It's a shame as the hotels location is perfect. More

Sophie S, Southampton, United Kingdom

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Eden Roc Resort Hotel
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 761 customer reviews
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