Hotel Roseland  

The Roseland looks more like a grand Mediterranean villa than a hotel. A laid-back pool sits out back, overlooked by the arched balconies of the spacious rooms. It's all tucked away in a quiet corner of Kalamaki, close to the sandy beach.

This family-run hotel has a real Mediterranean feel to it. Spanish-style arches shade white-painted balconies, and the gardens are flecked with colourful plants. The hub of the hotel is the freshwater swimming pool, which has a separate shallow area for children. Bordering the pool is a tiled sun terrace, and tucked into a quiet corner is an outdoor whirlpool bath.

Rooms are spacious and simply decorated with light-grey tiled floors and whitewashed walls. All rooms have balconies that overlook the gardens or the pool.

A breakfast buffet is laid on each morning in the main restaurant, and includes fresh fruit, yoghurts, breads and cheeses, as well as a cooked breakfast. A poolside bar serves drinks and snacks during the day, while the evening à la carte menu features Greek favourites as well as international dishes.

Kalamaki Beach is an easy 5-minute walk away, and the sands here are home to nesting loggerhead turtles. The bars and tavernas in Kalamaki’s centre are also around 5 minutes’ walk away.

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  • 64Rooms

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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and à la carte dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

With a sun terrace wrapped around the pool, plenty of sunbeds and parasols.

International à la carte restaurant*

For your evening meal, with traditional Greek favourites and international dishes. If you're staying bed and breakfast, a visit here will be charged.

Buffet breakfast

Fresh fruit, yoghurts, breads, cheeses and a cooked breakfast every morning.

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twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 3 - with twin beds and a extra bed as required. Air-conditioning is payable locally. Double bed on request but not guaranteed.

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Roseland Hotel Kalamaki

Spent our second visit to Roseland in Sept for 11 nights even though we had a great time have to say it was not as good as our previous visit in 2012.Hotel is lovely and clean although towels only changed every three days,shower mat never changed throughout our stay .Staff are friendly with the exception of the barman who was more interested in the football ( that was on at all times) rather than the customers.Roseland is a lovely hotel with great potential.Will return to Kalamaki however will probably try one of the other hotels xMore

diesel59, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Would definitely return

We spent two weeks here on honeymoon last week in August/ first week in September 2014 half board...room was basic but thats all you needed..mattress was not the best could be updated..but u always miss ur own...rooms were spotless..maid who came in every day could not do enough to help..if we had long lie she came back later. .staff were friendly and if needed help would do best to accommodate. ..breakfast was not to our liking as being British we missed our fry ups but quick nip up the main street and presto...we were on second floor and were close to bar at night but never heard a thing...we had pool facing room and sun would stream in the morning if shutters weren't closed...bliss...grounds of hotel are maintained to high standards just like pool..yes we had to pay for extras like fridge..safe. ..air conditioning (second week only) and wifi ...would be good if this was covered by price..but u dont get nothing for nothing.. evening meal was gorgeous and english lady who served us was great..her son and grandson were visiting and still she worked on and made us totally welcome...only thing I would have liked extra was tea making facilities in our room..on whole tho great hotel.. made our honeymoon better with the relaxed atmosphere. .would certainly go back.More

trace haddow,

4th visit and won't be our last.....

Lovely hotel,friendly staff,food nice and reasonably priced,rooms basic but all you need,only slight complaint is beds could be a bit more comfy but after a couple of cocktails or mythos it didn't seem such a problem !!Would and will return !!More

mark d, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

October 2014

Stayed for 1 week 3rd to 10th October. Very nice hotel, kept clean and tidy. Staff were friendly and we stayed half board, which was very good value, and plenty of choice. We prefer smaller hotels, and this one fits the bill. Would have given 5 stars, but as the weather was dreadful on a couple of days we were confined to the hotel, and found there wasn't a great deal to do. Having said that, I would still prefer to have little to do than have loads of annoying kids running around. Other guests were generally friendly, and good fun. Fortunately the Roseland doesn't attract too many kids, at least not in October. Used buses on a few occasions, very cheap but expect them to turn up when they feel like it, as the timetable seems irrelevant.More

johnandsue09, Southampton

Yet another delightful stay at The Roseland.

Where to start. This is our 7th stay at The Roseland, and for me, the staff & owners cannot put a foot wrong. I only wish that my son had been off school for another week so we could have stayed longer. Can't wait for our next stay here.More

John B, Manchester, United Kingdom

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