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.
Based on 504 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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Enjoyable stay with a beautiful view!
Just returned from a seven night stay at Eden Roc. Overall, the experience at the hotel was very good. We arrived very early in the morning and were greeted by a friendly gentleman at reception who provided us with a drink and explained the ins and outs of the hotel, the check in process was quick and problem free. The room was clean and spacious and the view was amazing...looking out over the pool and to the sea. The hotel also has a beautiful lobby and reception area and the view out to the beach from the restaurant is also fantastic. There is no extra charge for air con at this hotel and the system worked very well and we had no trouble sleeping in heat over 30 degrees. The maids did a good job however on two occasions we came back to the room to shower and change for the evening meal and they were in our room cleaning! The pools are salt water and this takes a little getting use to but you can always go and try out the slides in the children's pool if you prefer chlorine! The sun loungers were plentiful and we never struggled to get a spot and in fact we were able to obtain loungers for a larger group for our new friends at some points during our stay. The animation team we meet around the pool and during the evenings spent at the hotel were friendly, approachable and helpful. However, the entertainment could have been improved by involving more guests although I can appreciate that this is difficult with so many different nationalities to consider. English guests were a minority at the hotel which was not a problem for us personally but reading others reviews it seems that this can have a negative impact on some peoples stay. Again, I can agree with other reviews and say that some of the bar staff were a little rude and often served people out of order. Food in the hotel was average, we didn't go hungry whilst we were there but the food wasn't of a high standard and could be improved. Again, I feel the hotel may have a hard time catering for so many different nationalities. I was very much looking forwards to the cocktails before my stay but unfortunately these also disappointed but I did find a drink to my liking, you can't please everyone!! Also note that the all inclusive does not start until 11:00am and ends at 11:30pm and any drinks outside of this time have to be paid for. The hotel is in a good location, close to Rhodes Town (12 euros there, 9 back in a taxi), Kalithea Springs, the water park and if its takes your fancy Faliraki. Do not miss the old town, it is beautiful. Another tip would be not to book trips with your holiday rep as they are massively overpriced and many of these trips can be taken from the harbour in Rhodes New Town for a fraction of the cost. Overall, we enjoyed the hotel, its location, the pools and the beautiful view and for this reason we would return. However, when we return we may do so on a half board basis.More
Laura P, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
Just missing that something
Just got back from Eden Roc and do not feel fully satisfied. Location is set out in a very small resort but this is no problem as being all inclusive there is no need really to leave where you are. The hotel is very clean, rooms were cleaned everyday and the size was ample for my wife, teenage son and myself, although the bathroom is a squeeze! I didn't think much of the food if I'm honest but it was no better or worse than other all inclusive hotels. To be fair, I have a loss of appetite in the heat so maybe it is ok. The sweets were very nice though! Depending on where you sat, you had different waiters serve you and that was hit and miss who you got to as how often you were offered a drink, many times we had to go and get someone. Plates were not cleared quickly either. Plenty of sun beds with huge amounts of space to put them in. You will never struggle to get a position somewhere, although our rep said the hotel was only half full (in end of term time?) so if that is the case I'm not sure what it would be like if it was full but don't see it being a problem. My biggest gripe was the main bar. There is suppose to be a queuing system that was mainly ignored, I did see certain bar staff tell people to join the queue but this was not often enough, it was down to myself to remind people where the line was! On one occasion, there was just 2 people at the bar and I waited with them while they were served by the two staff. As I waited, someone else walked up to the bar and they were served next and then another who joined after that!With there Being ony 2 people at the bar, the staff should have known who was next, there is no excuse for that at all! Another time, I was being served, I asked for two drinks, as my first drink was being poured, a hotel manager joined the bar on the opposite side, my drink was then left for the staff member to ask what the manager wanted. I was then left to wait, while the manager was served coffee before continuing with my order! Again, very poor service on both the bar staff member and the hotel manager who should not expect a paying guest to wait while they are served. There would be no bar staff or managers if it was not for paying guests like you an me. It was the bar that let this down. If I could ignore this then I would be fully satisfied with this hotel but I can't and this is what let it down.More
HolidaysfromTel, Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom
A must if you are visiting Rhodes . Spectacular entrance to resort and immediate feeling of friendliness and hospitality . Staff are very welcoming always with a smile and eager to assist in anyway . The fasciitis are beyond reproach a private beach graced with a fab taverna with excellent food . The swimming pools are well placed and spotless . Terrific entertainment in the evening and enough to satisfy the young and more mature alike . I recommend eden roc highly , a must for a relaxing and fun holiday .More
This holiday was a gift for my sister and myself and we purposefully did not read the reviews before booking , having read some of them now I cannot agree with some of the comments. We found the food fresh , plentiful with varied dishes at each meal, the best that can be done for mass catering. The rooms were clean , the air conditioning worked and the beds were very comfortable. All hotel staff were helpful, spoke good english and worked very hard, especially those in the restaurant who were quick to mop up spillages and refresh dishes. The animation team were a wonderful group of young people who we friendly, enthusiastic spoke English well and made our holiday aprticularly with the Miss eden roc contest The only downside was the inconsistent wifi signalMore
Belinda W, London, England, United Kingdom
Fabulous for sand, sea and lazing in the sun.
First impressions were good even tho we arrived at 1 am. An initial misunderstanding about the room was quickly sorted the next day and we were ready to enjoy what the hotel has to offer. A lovely resort with access to pools, sea and sand, with lots of space for the sun beds. Great things about Eden Roc are the pools, the food, the restaurant service, cleanliness, easy access to Rhodes town, on site activities and bars. What's not so good - the bathroom facilities are cramped and certainly not four star quality. The hotel is peaceful, still family friendly, but throughout the days the activities from Dionysus across the bay can be heard. I would recommend this hotel for a good chill out week. A thought about safety, there was a fire near the hotel and no one knew what to do. This is not a reflection on Eden Roc, but a reminder, how often do we check this out when we are travelling abroad?More
Alessibing362, Norwich, United Kingdom
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