You’ll find a good-sized pool and a homely Greek restaurant at this family-run aparthotel.
This aparthotel is tucked away on the edge of Roda, among mountains and olive groves. It’s a peaceful spot, yet just a 10-minute walk from Roda’s shops and restaurants, and the sandy beach.
Daytimes here focus on the pool. It’s a classic rectangular number with a separate children’s area. There’s a pool bar and, for main meals, a restaurant serving hearty Greek food.
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Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Enjoy a relaxing swim or spend the day lounging poolside soaking up the sun. There's a slide into the pool if you don't fancy using the steps, and children have a separate section to play in. Sunbeds and parasols are dotted on the sun terrace, and there are also sunbeds on a grassy area just steps from the pool.
Enjoy a relaxing meal in the air-conditioned restaurant. It's been refurbished recently, and offers traditional and international dishes for you to tuck into.
Sample one of the many delicious cocktails on offer as you catch up on the latest with the satellite TV.
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Superior Family Room with Balcony
Studio with Balcony
These studios are a great base from which to explore - they sleep 2 people with twin beds. There's a kitchenette with mini-fridge* on request, air-conditioning* and direct dial telephone. There's also some outside space available as you'll have a balcony.
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Ignore all negative comments for this Hotel!!!
Advice: ignore all negative comments for Roda Oasis. Vital information for guests as many will not know this: - 49€ for air conditioning for one week -29€ for fridge for one week -10€ for deposit box The only fault I have are the extra charges and many may not be informed about these until they arrive on the day, so it is very helpful to know this so you don't chip into spending money to pay for the above. I went to Roda Oasis 9th June - 16th June. Absolutely enjoyed every minute of it. Hotel is spotlessly clean, staff very friendly, and a gorgeous little hotel that is quiet and relaxing. The bar in the hotel is open till 3am, cocktails are €6 (but are extremely strong, so you do get your money's worth). Breakfast is continental so very basic. But I actually loved it. Only thing is it was on early in the morning 8:00-9:30 am. Greek night was very very good fun!!!!! And was lovely to get chatting to other guests. Very short walk to "town centre" of Roda with many shops, bars etc. Highly highly recommend going to travel agents down the road. We rented a quad for a day (40€) so was 20€ each as we shared a quad. We discovered the island and it was truly amazing. Also booked a boat trip to the Greek island of Paxos. Truly beautiful. Overall my stay in Corfu & Roda Oasis was amazing and I will definitely be returning!!!!!!More
we spent a week staying in this small, very friendly just out of town apartment hotel. There is a dirt track to the main path into town, but something you will notice if you go around Corfu is when they built most of the roads in the 1800s they left the paths out. The cars do move over usually but it's much safer to keep to dirt tracks or walk on costal paths. The room was basic, a double bed with side tables, a fridge you could rent, air con (we didn't need it as it became cool at night so we let the night air in but I'm sure in the hotter month will be necessary) a desk with a mirror, simple bathroom with a rather powerful shower (which was nice), and a balcony area with chairs and a table. We did find you got mosquitos which I had great fun killing every night, but we took mosquito repelant whipes (which work! And I highly recommend buying before going out) because the island is filled with them where ever you go, because they have land drains or their rainy months that go stagnant, their favourite breeding grounds. There's a bar in the reception area which is well stocked, there is also a bookcase with books I assume people leave after they've read them to add to their collection. Also in the reception is a toilet and an eating area in and just outside and an area to relax in. By the reasonable size pool, which is very shallow one end and pretty deep the room. There is a slide for little children and a smaller pool for very little children there is also a bar, lots of sun beds and a covered seating area. Near by is a gaming area which we didn't use. We had bed and breakfast which we only had once as we did quiet a lot of excursions which start early. It's basic but enough to fill you up, it didn't make me want to get up before 10 though (breakfast is between 8 - 9:30.). It's a continental breakfast but you can pay a bit extra for a full English. I had the club sandwhich which was pretty good one evening, as we are the type of people to go out for dinner and spend the day out rather than spend time in the hotel. By the way if your like us there are some brilliant restraints and bar for what they consider a village there will be a place that does something for you. I didn't like how the hotel cleaners did our room. It's clean and well presented. But they do it in stages it seems. They also don't knock before unlocking your door, which for us was fine but did mean I felt like I had to change in the bathroom when we came mid way through their cleaning process. Which seems to be sort bed, clean floor and bathroom, leave come back hours later do bins, leave and on the day they change your towels come back again. As someone who used to clean hotels it annoyed me, as you should do a whole room before moving to the next. Also just knock. They do a Greek night, which I suggest you do if you'd like a fun but long evening, we didn't participate as it was on the same day as a trip which dropped us back part way through. It does go on late and because it's a small hotel you can hear the music in your room ( well we could because we were just round the corner) which you'll either love or hate. For a cheap holiday it was brilliant, the attentive staff that will always try and fix a problem quickly whether that's an extra pillow or directing you to th pharmacy that has a plug in mosquito repelant (which is apparently on the cross roads). I'd go back again.More
Helen D, 186311
An Oasis All Right
This is a small , well maintained budget aparthotel aimed at the package holiday market. The staff are friendly and obliging - particularly Dimos. The food is good and sensibly priced. It is close to the town - about 10 minutes by foot, but you are walking along a main road without a footpath and with pretty poor lighting. However there are a number of things you should keep in mind i.e. It is a haven for mosquitoes and there are no mosquito nets in the place nor is there any repellent in the public areas. Interestingly this hotel is a "smoking hotel" - fair enough in Greece, however the provision of a dedicated area for non-smokers would be a huge help, particularly for those who are affected by "second-hand" smoke. Lastly, I stayed in a hotel room - to make a cup of tea in the room entailed hiring an electric kettle for a non-returnable €20.00. To use the mini-fridge was an extra €56.00 for the stay. The kettle was available to buy for €17.00 in the nearby Supermarket - obviously a nice little earner for Kostas and Co.!More
Great weather, friendly people, clean modern hotel with friendly staff, great price for B&B for the week continental breakfast was more then adequate, would recommend the hotel Greek night 20 euro 2 course meal and wine with Greek dancers, plenty of shops and restaurants probably 10 to 15 mins walk to the sea front, local excursion company round the corner boat to corfu town would highly recommend Thomson excursions pricey. More
Lovely little hotel very friendly and helpful people couldn't fault any of the staff 😍😍😍 very clean suited our needs is perfect for anyone with walking difficulties food is excellent looking forward to returning soonMore
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