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.
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.
These twin rooms are bright and understated. There's a patio door which leads out to your balcony providing some extra outside space. Air-conditioning* is available between May and October and you'll also be able to hire a fridge locally. It's also possible to request a double bed although this may not be guaranteed.
Visited The Roseland this year and heard the very sad news that's going all inclusive. This excellent family run hotel will be spoilt, please stay as you are other wise myself and from conversations I have had with others we will not be back as we love Zakynthos as an Island and do not want to be stuck to a Hotel of our entire holiday. Please rethink your plans, from a very happy customer so far.More
Julie S, Lydney, United Kingdom
Very pleasant family run hotel
Easy to find, close by to all night life and amenities. Good sun beds, good food, only a small choice of puddings if you were half board. Cost euros for air conditioning, fridge and safe, Very friendly staff, Spinalouka was fabulous, jack of all trade!!More
Sally H, Milford Haven, United Kingdom
Me and my husband both love this hotel ,the staff are allways helpful ,stephano the barman is brilliant ,its nice and quiet ,but we will not be returning again due to the fact that the hotel is going all inclusive next year ,kalamaki has got some fabulous restaurants and tavernas that we enjoy going too why try and push these people out of buisness.the hotel is not big enough to be an all inclusive such a shame but that's holiday company's for you ( thomson)More
Ann H, Gloucester, United Kingdom
Everything you want for a relaxing holiday is here. From checking in to checking out is done with the minimum of fuss and in a pleasant manner. The rooms are clean and adequately furnished. Everyone of the staff are helpful and pleasant to talk to. The food is very good and plentiful. Situated a short walk to the main strip of Kalamaki and a short walk to the beach, This was our 4th visit to this hotel, and we have never been disappointed.More
William H, Worksop
Stayed here for three weeks( our very 1st time in Greece). Very clean and spacious rooms with towel and linen change every other day. Breakfast choices were ample. Staff very helpful. I had a dilemma and they came to the rescue which we were grateful for. Main area with bars, shops and restaurants within walking distance as was the beach. Plenty of sunbeds so no need to panic. The end of our stay was close to the end of season with very few people in the hotel yet the service remained the same, The only negative point are the beds, they are so uncomfortable. All in all a great hotel and enjoyable holiday. Many people we spoke to who have visited this hotel many times are disappointed of the fact it will be all inclusive next year.More