I did wonder about the most recent review. As well as sounding very negative, the person reports to have been on a self catering holiday, which made me wonder if it was posted on the correct page.
But other reports for 2004 sound fairly positive, and those going back to 2002 are not bad either.
Have stayed at the Dassia Chandris, and its sister hotel Corfu Chandris.
Which ever one you stay at, you can use the others facilities. They are side by side.
Food and service is to quite a good standard. When I stayed, there were quite a few Germans and Italians, but mainly in the Corfu Chandris.
The east side of Corfu is mainly pebble beaches, where as the west is sand.
The main road outside can be busy at times, and care is needed when crossing.
There are a couple of travel agents/car hire firms nearby, who will offer various trips etc, MUCH cheaper than the holiday companies, and use nearly the same coaches, boats etc for nearly 50% less. Changing money at these, is cheaper than banks and hotels. Take Stirling travellers cheques as the exchange rate for euro's is better than the UK.
Take the day trip to Albania, you will not be disappointed.
DO NOT use the chinese restaurent just down the road, as the quality is very poor, and they tend to use frozen meats.
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