Booked via the internet and saved a lot of money. Taxi easy to get at airport and costs between 15 and 20 euros depending on car.
Wouldn\'t visit again as there ia a very busy road that runs directly in front of the hotel - which is why you must have a sea view if you are not hard of hearing.
The road can take 5 minutes to cross sometimes and is quite dangerous for anyone who is not adept at weaving between the traffic.
The other side of the hotel is great. Lovely sea views and mountains. The sea is clean and safe for children to bathe in ( as far as we could see).
The entertainment is poor and most people go out at nights unless they have small children and are confined to the hotel.
The staff - There are ...
two receptionists -only go to Zoe, who is very helpful. Whatever you don\'t ask the other one about anything she seemed exceptionally bad tempered when we were there. The porter was very good and even worth tipping as he will help you if anything goes wrong.Maitre D - a bit scary for children if they are not used to much attention.Read More
Food - the usual Euro-canteen stuff. Mean with roast meat.Try and get more than two small slices out of the chef - Go on we dare you! It can be done if you refuse to move.
It\'s basically a 3-star. Relatively clean but with the usual 1 sheet-on-the-mattress and slightly soiled carpet. Staff seemed perplexed that child needed own towel (usual thin white ones) and own glass. Had to constantly request these items as \'room onlyfor two people\'... and yes it was, as not much space, but view made up for it and balcony decent.
Take a hairdryer if keen on hair or bathrooms as the one in the bathroom is very slow.
The pool much better than the Corfu sister hotel next door - but does tend to get invaded by gangs of British children. Depending on who is lifeguarding you will have a terrible pool experience or a very good one.
The majority of guests seems to be Italians, Dutch and around 10 percent British. Didn\'t like the Corfu as much as the Dassia, as much noisier when we were there and grimy in the ground floor loo.
Best trips - To Corfu town to have the traditional walk around and chocolate drinks and ginger beers (left over from the British rule) at the central cafe, where everyone promenades. Paxos ....boat from the harbour.
Hotel looked quite well set for anyone with walking difficulties as ramps almost everywhere and the hotel is on an incline at the front - rather than steps - but not so good if you want to cross the main road to the shops.
Tour Operator: via internet