Roda Beach Resort & Spa is on the north coast of Corfu, known as the 'Emerald Isle' of the Greek islands for its green landscapes filled with olive groves and Cypress trees. The hotel is on the beachfront, so you're steps away from the long sandy stretch and shallow, calm waters found there. Roda Beach Resort & Spa is a short walk from the centre of Roda, which sits at the foot of Mount Pantokrator. At this village you'll find a selection of local bars, restaurants and shops. Roda Beach Resort & Spa is a family-friendly All Inclusive hotel. The hotel has six outdoor pools surrounded by a sun terrace, where you can enjoy refreshing drinks from the pool bar. It also serves ice cream and snacks like pizza and hot dogs. During your stay, you have a choice of four restaurants, three of which are on the beach. There's also a beach bar open from morning till late evening. The kids' pool and water slide will keep younger guests busy, or they can join the hotel-run kids' club (running from April to October). The hotel also has an adults-only spa, which features a heated indoor pool and offers a range of beauty treatments and massage. You can use the floodlit tennis courts or have a game of beach volleyball. Aquaerobics sessions and water polo games are held in the pool during the day, or you might want to try windsurfing on the beach.
Roda Beach Resort and Spa is set in its own gardens among palm trees and overlooking the sea. Roda Beach is a continuation of Acharavi Beach, 5km along the coast. This long shoreline is lined with laid-back bars and cafés. Roda Village is 1.2km away. Visitors to the village can experience traditional Greek village life while also enjoying tourist attractions like local seafood restaurants and the bustling nightlife. The nearby Acharavi resort offers guests further dining and shopping opportunities, as well as a beach backed by greenery. You could take a day trip to Corfu Town, the capital of the island, which features a Venetian fortress. The town is a 35km drive from the hotel. Corfu is well located for island hopping, so you could take a boat trip to Paxi, or drive inland to visit the island's traditional mountain villages.
The hotel's buffet restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can also chose from Greek or Italian cuisine for lunch and dinner in the à la carte restaurants, while the Chinese restaurant is open for dinner. Cakes are served mid-afternoon and ice cream is available throughout the day.
There's a playground for children in the garden. The hotel organises activities such as darts, mini golf and table tennis, as well as archery and water polo.
Large hotelarea with 4 adult pools (one silent pool) and two children pools
Rooms at the Roda Beach Resort and Spa have a balcony or terrace. They are air conditioned, each have a TV and Wi-Fi is available.
Distance to city centre 36km
Distance to airport 36km
Address: +302663064183, Roda Karoussades, Corfu Roda, Greece
Roda, Corfu, Greece
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Booked here when our trip to Mexico got cancelled, for my husband's 40th.
Hotel is huge, some of the blocks are at the top of a steep hill, some distance from reception. On check in you receive map&details of facilities however be warned locations&opening times vary due to covid.
We did have to ask about an evening meal upon our late arrival,and were given a sandwich. Check i for us was ok,but Friday is a busy changeover day and when we had vacated our room on last day, checkin for arriving guests was chaos. Lobby packed with guests checking in &guests waiting for coach to airport.this stayed this way for several hours. The hotel does have a small luggage storage and there is a shower off the lobby toilets should you wish to shower before home. This is something the hotel do not advertise.
Impossible to bookban a la carte. Stood at reception for 10 mins to be told only 1 colleague dealt with it and to wait for him. 5 mins he arruved to tell me that the booking sheet was with the manager abd to wait a further 10mins. Finally booking sheet arrived, only time i could get was 2hours after our flight home. This was me requesting on our first morning of our 1week stay.
The main restaurant is so busy, guests queing from 6pm for 630pm opening. Only way to avoid a chaotic breakfast is to go between 7-730 am. Food is server to your plate at the counters, however operations of this is really bizarre. 1 staff member covering 2if not 3 counters. Table is set with knife & fork but if youvwant a spoon for your cereal you have to ask for one from the cold meat counter, not from the cereal counter. You may well be finished your meal before your drinks arrive. The toasters take at least 3 cycles unless you want warm bread and if you want a plate for toast or bread there are nome near tye bread or toast stations.
Food choice is limited although i am a fussy eater and did always find something. Salads were always great.
Rooms were fine, we had a spacious family private pool room, which had a seperate part of room for 2 kids. Plenty of storage in the room but lacking sockets. Bathroom functioning although showercscreen not fitted correctly with a gap between screen &bath edge,meaning that after every shower you had a swimming pool in the bathroom floor. This seemed to be an issue for many guests.
The pool bar girls are fantastic and work really hard. Reception staff, the evening receptionist is helpful however tge morning receptionist does not have good customer service skills for front of house.
We had quite a bit of stormy weather and during our last night there was raim coming through our front door and also streaming from the balcony door where we then had a swimming pool in the room as well.
Roda town is 5euros in a taxi or a 20min walk. Small resort but some lovely little bars&restsurants.
All in all the hotel is ok although it is certainly not in line with other 5stars in Greece.
Terrible hotel avoid never seen queues like it hour and half to get dinner witch was disgusting 30 minutes to get a drink run out spirit's every Knight no entertainment no cleaning hardly any staff cold damp room no heating that worked complained for 6days keep telling us we was doing some thing wrong every thing it says on web site is lies when you check out you have to pay tax on a 5 star when you complain they say we will keep your passport and call police 2 star hotel 1 star hygiene so much more wrong with this place to much to write
Hotel is lovely, staff are so busy as a lot of staff have been let go due to Covid.
Food: limited choice but was nice. Nothing really for children
Drinks: served in awful cheap plastic cups. We knew about this so took our own cups which staff were happy to fill
Lift was broken for 2 days so had to carry 2 proms up 2 flights of stairs to get to restaurant.
Room was big and spacious , clean.
Maids can only come on request if u call the night before. I rang one. Owning at 7am as my little boy had dropped fizzy pop on floor and was all sticky, reception was rude and just put phone down on me.
We were very happy to be away in this crappy time so tried not to let all the negatives bother us. So we went into roda most days and nights.
The worst part of our staff was that I paid the resort tax on the sat night 2 days before we checked out, as I needed to get our passports back to fill out passenger locator form online. I was told they preferred cash than card. I paid got passports back etc. Went to check out on the Monday morning to be told I’d not paid the tax. I had unfortunately not been given a receipt. I didn’t think I’d need a receipt as the procedure was you couldn’t have your passports back without paying. I was threatened with the police in front of my family (2 young children and partner) and a busy hotel lobby. The hotel reveptionist ! A man, kept coming over saying extremely loudly how I must pay. I ended up having to pay again as I couldn’t risk police involvement with my family and I hAd no proof other than my passports. Spoilt our holiday. Would not go back because of this.