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 562 reviews
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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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.
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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I stayed here with 4 other friends on a "lads holiday" and we were not dissapointed. Yes, it's a 10 minute drive or so to the main strip which is in laganas, but we felt that this was okay as we were in a nice quiet location to recover from nights out. The reception and waitress's are all very lovely, and giannis, the bar tender was our favourite and he almost fitted straight in with me and the lads which made it 10X better. As for location, you are literally a 5 minute walk from shops, restaurants and some lovely little bars, I'd recommend a visit to Venue bar( next to the football thing) and also a 5 minute walk from the beach. The rooms were cleaned everyday, with fresh sheets being replaced every two days, which I thought was fantastic, and the rooms are quite spacious. Air con was available for 20 euros I think, and wifi was around the same, and you could get signal pretty much anywhere in the hotel. The food is buffet style, with a selection of local and worldwide food, breakfast was the usual- sausages, bacon, egg, fresh fruit and a live cooking station for pancakes and sometimes scrambled egg. Dinner was my highlight as i really enjoyed some of the Greek food that was available, one called spetsofai I think it was, really caught my eye. There was a car park where you could leave your rental vehicle just to the side of the hotel, which was great. Also I think it's Vicky behind reception, who was an absolute gem. Anything you needed, she was there to help, and emergencies she was very quick in dealing with.( my friend needed resuscitation and she was amazing. Any questions feel free to ask but I couldn't recommend this hotel any more fantastic little place! More
NOT A QUIET CORNER! DATED & BASIC
I wouldn't recommend this hotel or travelling with Thomson's who absolve all responsibility of any issues you may have by ignoring guests complaints. It is described as quiet - do not believe that. It was noisy with ball games in the pool by guests and various guests playing their music loudly so be prepared to have different songs playing at the same time and the music that the hotel plays! The photographs on the Thomson website are years old - the loungers and umbrellas are not the same and the hotel has changed a lot! We were given a ground floor room at the back of the hotel near to another hotel's water park and the noise carried. The room was basic. The mattress, (without a mattress cover) was old and stained. There was a patio door but no curtains - only voile/net curtains so getting changed was difficult. - bathroom or shut the shutters. There was limited storage for clothes. Be warned you are expected to pay extra for everything - Air condition, safe, and Wifi. We chose not to pay for the Wifi - so pleased we didn't because the guests who did spent more time at reception trying to connect. The bathroom had ants on the shelf under an ashtray - those ants stayed there all week - that speaks volumes about the standard of cleaning. The bathroom was small and dirty. The shower was right next to the toilet. The shower was tiny - if you were tall or on the larger size good luck with getting in and showered. There was a shower curtain but it was too small and as a result the floor flooded. Toward the end of the week we were taken over by Russian, Polish and German guests who had been moved from another hotel owned by the 'family'. They drank constantly - including at breakfast. They took over the lounge and bar areas at night, and the staff bowed to their needs and even though the hotel advertised English football matches - they switched over the TV so those guests could watch their national football without discussion or speaking to the majority (who were UK nationals). The food was basic and repetitive. The drinks were poor quality and weak. This is a family run hotel - I admire that - but we had their young children running around the lounge and bar area late one evening which was inappropriate. We went for peace and relaxation - we didn't get it. Some staff were friendly, some couldn't be bothered and some clearly didn't want to be there.More
Travelled as a couple in August and stayed all inclusive. The room was lovely and spotlessly clean. I was impressed by the food and the staff were always very friendly and helpful. The hotel is a short walk from the beach. I would advise hiring a quad and seeing the island. There are plenty of local restaurants and cocktail bars nearby. The only downside was the charge to keep the room if you weren't flying home until late in the evening.More
Just returned from our second stay at the roseland love the all inclusive Andrew the chef and his lovely daughter Joanne were lovely pleasant always had time to stop and chat food lovely ROOM PERFECT thank you for lovely holiday roseland family we will be returning next year More
Having been to the Roseland numerous times in the last 9 years, we were a little disappointed to hear that they were changing to all inclusive in 2016 and were sure 2015 would have been our last. As Thomson had such a good deal on this year we decided to try it. As always, we were greeted by the wonderful reception staff, quickly checked in and given our room we had previously asked for. The hotel itself is still the same great place, immaculately clean, friendly staff, great service. All inclusive includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and unlimited alcoholic drinks, cocktails, soft drinks and tea and coffee. During the day all drinks are self service. The bar and all inclusive ends at 23:00 The quality of the food was good too. Breakfast had a choice of full English items, continental, fresh fruit, yogurt and pancakes freshly made by the chef as you wait. Lunch had at least 2 casserole type dishes, chicken or meat, a vegetarian choice, pizza and pasta along with veg, chips, rice etc. There was also a salad bar and a fridge stocked with sandwiches. plenty to choose from and something for everyone. We chose not to eat in the hotel for our evening meal as we enjoy going out for the night to the many great local restaurants around the resort. Overall, Im so pleased to say that the Roseland is still as great as ever, so much so that we have already booked for next year.More
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