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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Based On 401 reviews
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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Double Room with Balcony
These double rooms are bright and understated with simple décor. If you're looking for some outside space there's also a balcony. There's a fridge*, hairdryer and direct dial telephone available - just so you know air-conditioning* is available on request.
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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Lovely hotel, beautful family
What a lovely family run hotel! We just got back from 2 wonderful weeks away with our 2 boys and I am pleased to say we loved every minute. The hotel is immaculately clean, just off a main road but you wouldn’t realise as it really does feel like an Oasis once you are inside with lovely views of the mountains. We had considered staying in one of the beachfront hotels in Roda but I am really glad we didn’t as it was so much more peaceful being slightly out of town and the short walk (about 10 mins) back to the hotel after dinner helped burn off a few of the many calories we consumed. It also made for an excellent base to explore the Island which I would strongly recommend; we hired a car for a week in the middle which was great. We paid around 130(ish) Euros for 2 weeks for a fridge and Aircon which is fairly standard for Greece and less than we paid on our last holiday to Zante, safety deposit boxes are available for hire but we only did this on our last day to keep our valuables safe after we checked out of our room while awaiting transfers. We went to the Greek night in the first week which was great fun and the kids really enjoyed it. As others have mentioned here though the best part of this holiday was the wonderful family and staff that work so hard to make you feel welcome. They all knew our names within the first day and I could write for hours about all of the kind things each of them did for us and little touches that made our holiday special but instead I will just suggest you go and find out for yourself.More
By the end of the holiday, you'll feel like one of the family!
What can I say? You arrive as a guest and leave as part of the family! Costa and his team work so hard at the Roda Oasis, its a 10/15 minute walk to the sea front. We loved every minute of our holiday. Addressing the negative points about paying for air-con etc. Having travelled around Greece and Turkey I've always had to pay, if you don't want to pay go to an all inclusive massive resort where the staff don't get to know you. As everyone has said The Roda Oasis is very clean and tidy. Love that the music by the pool wasn't booming out so you could doze, read a book etc.We left at 00.15 and Costa was standing at the front shaking everyones had and wishing them a staff journey, how many massive all inclusives do that? The price we paid was so good value would love to return again.More
Very clean and friendly experience
Lovely staff and a well kept establishment. Food average which was disappointing although not a problem with some good local restaurants and tavernas available. Pool a bit on the small side and a 15 minute walk to the sandy beach. Family friendly so not for couples in high season.More
Fantastic place and fantastic people!
This is a lovely place to stay in Roda and has wonderful people working there. They also get really nice people staying! Having arrived at the hotel after a long day and a long bus transfer, Costas helped take our cases to our room and despite it being 10.30pm they were happy to make us something to eat in the restaurant. The room and hotel were spotless all of the time. The room was cleaned everyday except Sunday (local day off) but that was more than enough. Breakfast is as described so it is what was expected and to be honest we only ate breakfast a few days because I had no intention of setting an alarm as my daughter and I preferred to stay up a bit later instead! Staff around the pool and hotel couldn't have been more helpful and were so friendly, it was like we had known Natalie, Jackie and Nikos for years! The Greek Night was a good night and the entertainment was excellent. Plus you get a good chance to meet the other hotel guests. The hotel is well located, it is in a quiet location with great views of the mountains and yet it is short walk (10 minutes) from the resort centre and the beach. The pool is lovely with plenty of sunbeds and again everywhere is clean. Music around the pool is varied and if you want anything specific playing then just ask Nikos! On your last day, there is a shower room that you can use, just ask at the pool bar for the key. From a single parents point of view - you really can't go wrong staying here, not only is it friendly but it feels extremely safe and kids are loved here! Some reviews have been a bit negative - yes there was a charge for the fridge, the air conditioning and the safe but that is expected, especially if you read the description and reviews before you book. Plus, I've never stayed in a hotel that doesn't cost slightly more for food or drinks than the local pubs or restaurants and to be honest it wasn't unreasonable. You are kindly asked not to consume your own food or drink around the pool or hotel areas so we didn't, but they are more than happy for you take food and drink bought outside to your room. So to sum it up - a fantastic hotel, fantastic staff, fantastic location - probably why people return here and you can certainly add us to that list now! Thank you guys we had such a lovely time and will be back soon. Hazel and Sofia xMore
Ist time in Corfu
We arrived at the Roda Oasis early hours after a two hour transfer from the airport. The manager of the hotel was friendly upon arrival and helped with carrying the suitcases up the stairs to our one bedroom apartment. Initial thoughts were that it was okay if a little cramped with a double and single bed in one room, a toilet and shower and a little area for the kitchen facilities which has a fridge, sink, two ring hob and a small table with three chairs. The next morning we awoke to brilliant sunshine and on further inspection the apartment had a large balcony with really good views of the mountains and sea. The apartment was small with no seating area, other than the beds, but it was clean, bright and adequate for what we wanted. We later learnt that the apartments had been refurbished. There is no TV in the room ,but who wants to watch tv when you are on holiday!!!. The pool area and surrounding hotel areas were immaculate and the maid cleaned our room every day. The Reception area is modern and spacious and gives a very good impression when you first arrive. There is a large bar and restaurant on site and round the pool there is a snack bar, another smaller bar and games room which houses a pool table, table hockey and a massage chair???. We were there for a week and it was more than adequate for what we required. We were staying on a self catering basis, but the hotel also does b&b and half board as other options. The pool area always had sunbeds and you did not have to go down once to reserve any regardless of morning or afternoon. The little bar had two ladies, Natalie and Jackie who served you drinks to your sunbed and were constantly cleaning the tables, adjusting your umbrella and generally getting to know the guests on a first name basis. Both were lovely and didn't need to explain to us the policy the hotel has that you are not allowed to bring any food or drink to the pool area, as I had already read this from previous reviews. Water was only available in small bottles round the pool and yes it was more expensive, at 1euro 20 for each bottle. It was always served with a glass full of ice to keep it cool and to be honest didn't feel unreasonable given that they have to make a living from running the hotel. My daughter also had soft drinks, milkshakes, ice creams from the pool bar and all were reasonably priced. WiFi is free around the pool area ,but a bit hit and miss with buffering, which could be when its busy and a lot using phones etc. We managed to get it in our room with the door open but that could be because we overlooked the pool area. We only ate at the pool bar once on the first day after arriving and it was nice food for what we ordered. Other than that we ate out every night and had snacks and drinks in the apartment when we wanted a break from he searing sun. We went to the Greek night at the hotel which was both good and bad. Good in that the entertainment was excellent and although there were only three small tables of guests, they got everybody up and included all to create a good vibe and atmosphere. Bad in that the food was not very inspiring, Choice of soup or salad for starter, and then pork or chicken kebab with chips and rice. I feel that this was a let down as nearly all the guests left the food and Greece can offer so much more local food i.e Moussaka, Kleftico ,Stifado which I am sure would be better from a cost point of view and less waste . The wine which we had been told was as much as you could drink was served in small glass jugs and was refilled only once during the meal. When one of the guests asked for this to be refilled she was told that any more wine would have to be paid for as it was only free during the meal!!!. Also soft drinks for the kids/non alcohol drinkers was the same. Stopped completely after the meal. I like to support local events like this when on holiday as I know it is particularly hard for business in Greece, and a few tweaks on the food and wine would make this a memorable themed night for the hotel I am sure. I was asked for my opinion the next day round the pool and gave an honest answer as to how it might be improved for a better experience , otherwise how are the owners able to improve it? Roda itself is beautiful and ideal for families as well as couples alike. There are some lovely traditional taverna's serving excellent food along the beachfront and reasonable priced ,given the Euro exchange rate at the moment. The beach is very shallow, clean and you can walk out for quite a way and it is still only waist deep!!!. Roda has kept its traditional village feel without resorting to tourism and this is what I loved most. During the day you can rent two sunbeds and a parasol for 5 euros which again is reasonable in my opinion and by far the best is the Pirates bar who have the comfiest padded sunbeds on the beach as well as three four poster rustic beds with canopy which you can hire for 10 euros and fits three/four. There are two supermarkets near to the Roda Oasis one across the road and the other further down towards the town about a 10 min walk. Both are very well stocked with everything you could need, fruit ,salad, feta cheese, water etc. There is hardly anything to differentiate price wise so get heavy items ie water from across the road. If I was to visit Roda again I would definitely stay at the Roda Oasis again and for what we paid it was worth every penny, with all of the staff wanting you to have a good time and enjoyable experience.More
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