Hotel Roseland  

The family-run Hotel Roseland looks more like a grand Mediterranean villa than a hotel.

The family-run Hotel Roseland has a real Mediterranean feel to it. Flowering gardens and a laid-back pool sit out back, overlooked by the arched balconies of the spacious rooms.

This property is hidden away in a quiet corner of Kalamaki, close to the sandy beach.

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Based On 494 reviews

  • Official Rating   
    B Class
  • 64Rooms

Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

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Outdoor pool

This large outdoor pool has a sun terrace wrapped around it and plenty of sunbeds and parasols.

Local cuisine restaurant

With a selection of European and local Greek favourites for lunch and dinner.

Kids' pool

Just off the main pool and on a high set terrace. There's sunbeds and parasols to use on the sun terrace.

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twin room with balcony

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.

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Good value but air con and wifi will cost you extra

Nice basic hotel with extra attention to cleanliness and customer service. Majority of staff are really friendly and keen to help (apart from Maria who hovers over the food making you feel unwelcome, how dare you mess up her chicken display or spill her gravy!) Food is mostly below average but perfectly edible and plentiful with the occasional pleasant suprise Entertainment is non existent so be prepared to explore kalimaki in the evening. Pool area is nice, spotless clean and within easy reach of everything you ll need. Air con and wifi is provided for an extra charge 50 euro ish for 10 days. More

Kerrie L, 187059

Value for money. Very clean.

Firstly, all the staff here are excellent. They are all approachable ,friendly and helpful. The food was all cooked correctly and a good choice was put out daily. There was always something available all day and the slush machine and ice cream were welcomed by adults and children. The barman was great. Fast and friendly. The self service lager and wine pumps eased any queueing. I must say though, the entertainment was awful, unless you like quizzes for idiots. But, I'd give them a pass as the Euros took over most nights. Overall the hotel was superb value for how low cost we paid.( Thomson ) The low flying planes onto the island and over the hotel were an immediate noise worry but are no concern. The surrounding area is easy walking. The beach is so close via the back garden gate and allows you to see some really nice hotels ,which some have a lot better pools for kids. We went to the beach most days as it was sweltering around the hotel pool. And you get to see the occasional turtle whilst swimming in the sea. Also, the prices in bars and restaurants on the strip are real cheap so even though it was all inclusive (which we normally stay in the hotel because we paid for all) it was no problem being out a lot. ( a pint of lager was on average £2 ) . The Cave bar was lovely and there is plenty of entertainment around. If you want to do a short boat trip I recommend the 'flying boat'. That was fantastic, a glass bottomed speed boat viewing turtles and stopping for a swim on a small island.More

1971bloke, 186370

Great hotel

Central location made for easy access to other resorts. Food very good, lots of choice and can't fault the staff. Air con free in July and August. Wifi 20 euros and safe 25 euros for duration. Rooms clean and plenty towels. We didn't have a bath only a shower which was a little disappointing but we made the best of it. A pool bar would be nice to save going into dining area when wet. We hired a quad bike for 2 weeks which made our holiday. Would love to return next yearMore

Alison S,

Nice hotel

Nice hotel just went all inclusive the food is good big choice and range off foods. Entertainment lets the hotel down we went out most nights too quiet for us. Our room was very clean but basic. Drink is cheap spirits beer and wine on tapMore

leeann p,

Fantastic All Inclusive

Stayed in the Roseland hotel 5th July for 2 weeks with my partner. For the price of this holiday, the hotel itself is extremely good. Air conditioning free in July and August and the quality of it was great through the heat we had. Fridge is also provided for free, and this came in useful. Rooms were kept clean daily, and were spacious (king size bed plus plenty of room!). Balcony also a good size, we were on the ground floor in garden behind the pool and it was lovely. Food was always great, plenty of choice for this small hotel. Not one fault with food and the staff provided the best service - cleaning quickly and refilling food and drink promptly. We ordered lunch boxes for our days out and this was included in the all inclusive package. Order day before, choose sandwich topping and you receive 2 rolls each, an apple and a bottle of water each. Serve yourself drinks, never a problem. And giannis the barman makes a great blue hawian cocktail!! Recommend it. We went on 2 excursions, these were booked on our walks to kalamaki road - I certainly recommend this because Thomson's charge a lot more for excursions than the local companies do. Paid 18 euro for an all day boat trip 9-5 around the island and 38 euro for a Jeep Safari which I would definitely recommend. This was a great trip if you wanted to find out the history and other facts about the island itself with plenty of exploring stops. we also caught a little train into Zante town and this was a lovely morning spent in the main part of the island where we could explore the little town. A great evening was spent behind Kalamaki Road and the beach where there is a little crazy golf course which proved to be a lot of fun for €6 each. There were 18 holes and it was a great laugh, I would definitely recommend. The beach with a five minute walk with the quickest route being used by the gate at the bottom of the garden behind the pool of the hotel. a small stoneypath and a turn to the left is all it took to get to the beach where you can get great photos of planes flying in and out. you will hear and see planes in the hotel quite loudly however these were usually during daytime and will not affect your sleep. Pool, basketball and ping pong were free to play all day until 11pm. My tip for this holiday is to definitely be prepared for insect bites!!More

Jenna S,

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