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 599 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.
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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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best hotel for your money!!!
I booked here on a recommendation from a friend and I was definitely satisfied. Jose helped me with my check in and provided some of the best customer service possible. I recommend the eden roc 10 out of 10 times!!!!More
Julio G, Sacramento, California, United States
My friend and I stayed here from the 4th-18th October,spent more time at hotel than we had expected to,this was because my friend has a mobility problem and so for distance we use a wheelchair,but found that I would have to push it up a hill to get to Bus Stop,though not that bad,but was steep at beginning and end,I did it just once,so we used taxis from Hotel to Rhodes which is approximately 4km ,and bus back,as could manage chair going downhill. Iliya our Rep was good and helped us with hiring car for three days,also with added information about where to visit. We had been given a refurbished room which was very nice and included tea making facilities,safe and fridge,but didn't have separate shower,on being shown room with just a shower, found a double bed and would need to have single bed added,leaving less space,so decided to stay where we were. The restaurant had plenty of choice and restocked regularly,also themed evenings. On entering we were always greeted by Despina who was welcoming,cheerful and helpful, as was the majority of the staff, Adonis the General Manager was very approachable and very visible,so made it easy to speak to him if a problem occurred. I enjoyed the salt water pool, and my swim in the sea,first time in many years,not a sandy beach,but plenty of loungers/umbrellas available. Entertainment was a little limited because over half the Animation team had already left,the remaining team did very well and were very good with the children,we enjoyed the Greek nights and Rachael and Stakis,also the singer by champayne bar. We didn't need to use wifi so don't know if we could get it in our room,but do know that you could get in in reception area and it was free. All in all,enjoyed our stay and our visits into Rhodes and touring the Island,I would go back again,but my friend wouldn't ,just because though the hotel was easy for her to get around, there is no prom that she could walk along, and the hill.More
Had a wonderful time, friendly staff and hotel was clean, room was very modern. All inclusive food was good, each night was differently themed as well as the staples, It was quiet as it was the very end of season. Entertainment was lacking because it was end of season, but Greek dancing was great especially from an observer point of view when other guests got involved. Also like to thank them for the invitation to the end of season party and free cocktail, and leaving present much appreciated.More
Good snorkeling, noisy main pool area.
My wife and I stayed at the Eden Roc for 5 days in October. The Hotel was about what we expected it to be, not to shabby, not incredibly flash. We booked a newly renovated standard room in the main hotel building with a sea view for an undeniably great deal and asked for a room in a quiet location of the hotel if possible. The reservation manager was happy to oblige through our initial booking request - all good right? Upon check-in we were taken to a bungalow out the back of the complex (not what we had booked, nevertheless quiet and larger than a standard room, it was however a bungalow out the back - no view, no newly renovated room. So naturally we requested to be moved to the room we had booked (hopefully in a quiet location). Not possible until the following day, (??) ok no problem. Next day, ushered to a nice room overlooking terrific ocean and pool views, stoked!! Not quite...If you are booking an east (main pool) facing room be aware that this can get very Very VERY noisy in the evenings. There is a small amphitheater next to the main pool that holds performances some nights - these can run fairly late into the evenings (yes its wickedly loud) and the outside bar is directly below the rooms. More noise until midnight! Perhaps not an issue if you like to party. Well, I had to hang my head and slink down to reception to see if they could perhaps fulfill our initial request of a hotel room in a quiet location of the main building. The reception girls were very understanding and helpful, the reservation manager.... not quite so. I hate to be the whinging tourist but isn't it so much easier when there is transparency upfront, which we felt was not forthcoming with regards to our reservation booking. Seems to be the case with our hotel bookings wherever we go. To cut a long story short and after a fairly good serve of managerial barking in my direction and made to feel like yet 'another whinging tourist' we were eventually given a room in a quiet location (yay!) and happy days and sleep filled nights followed. Yes the rooms are recently renovated, the bathrooms however are not. The shower sink plug in both hotel rooms were blocked (probably from 30+ yrs of use) Cable TV you say.. only if you like watching Russian or Greek programs but we did manage BBC news, so do bring a laptop with an HDMI cord. Wireless net no probs at our location. The food was up to par in the main restaurant but the snack bar menu at the main bar is a basic pizza or toasted sandwich only. The big pool is way to salty and noisy with hotel activities and a goddam DJ in the mornings cranking the sounds when all you want to do is chill peacefully with a book in the sunshine. Hey, you get what you pay for and other than room location the rest is confetti. Wanna eat elsewhere? take a 10 min stroll past the taverna through the beach to the main road where you can find half a dozen alternatives. I will say - the snorkeling out the front of the pool is fairly good, water clean and clear - forget the beach, its crowded. 4 stars no way! and I'm culling a star for half a dozen smaller shortfalls e.g. the gym is falling apart (literally). Get a good last minute deal - stick around for a few days in a quiet room and you should be happy. p.s, Hire a car and drive to Lindos. We wish we had stayed there instead. Happy holidays. :)More
jules p, Copenhagen, Denmark
Just back from a week here from 15th till 21st October although we new it was end of season it was beautiful we stayed in a suite 4th floor room 415 I think abso gorgeous spotless room spacious bathroom walk in wardrope mini bar double balcony king sizes bed beautiful view of the sea would come back here in a minute and would bring the kids as a family holiday meals were nice nothing special although there was always something to eat, although being end of season it did become a but repetitive but was still nice, we went to falaraki and old town rhodes for we days out beautiful and not what I imaginedMore
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