Travel operator: Tui
Hotel tip: Don’t leave things lying around
Travel operator: THOMSON
Travel operator: thomsons
All in all a fantastic hotel and cant wait to go back in june.
Travel operator: thomsons
Travel operator: thompsons
Travel operator: thomsons
The week we went two beautiful little children lost their lives to carbon monoxide poisoning. If you do stay at this hotel please take a carbon monoxide tester with you. The hotel were adamant that the deaths had nothing to do with them the next thing four people from the maintenance company and the Louis group were charged in connection to the deaths.
Please, please be safe where ever you go in any country take a carbon monoxide tester because you just do not know who's hands you are putting your families lives in.
We will never go on another package holiday again.
Travel operator: Olympic
One word of warning, as the view is brilliant due to the trees etc the combination of trees and water inevitably leads to mosquito's and whilst we were there, there was an infestation so take plenty of repellent with you and use all night repellents in your room. Worst time for bites according to the staff were between 5-8pm however swellings may not be apparent until the next day. The local chemist was kept busy with his local potions which worked well and were far cheaper than attending the local doctor.
The hotel is kept spotless by a virtual army of cleaners who are very friendly and do not get in your way but at the same time ensure your room and the hotel and grounds are kept immaculate.
The staff are very friendly and very keen to assist where possible. The air conditioning failed in my room, I reported the fault and later the same day an emergency fan was placed in my room until the fault was rectified,(the next day).Not only good service but the reception staff asked me on two subsequent occasions whether the air conditioning was working.
We booked a "family room" for my wife and I and our seven year old son, the room was one room with three beds together with a bathroom. No interior door/curtain to separate us from our son so we had to go to bed when our son did. The room was not what I would call a family room however was bigger than the rooms which house two people which could not "swing a cat".
Bar staff were very efficient at all the bars as were the waiters who brought drinks to our table during the evening meal.
Food was what you would expect in an all inclusive package. Soups were very good (choice of two) three or four main courses fish, meat and a large salad bar. I was personally a little disappointed there were no barbecue nights or nights where chefs came out to cook in front of guests. As always food did become repetitive in the second week however I must stress food was well cooked.
Entertainment was appalling however no worse than other all inclusive holidays I have been on. By now I know what to expect a mini disco for the kids which was okay and thereafter either piped music (Al Martino "Spanish Eyes" Humperdink, Tony Bennett (catch my drift).
On odd evenings the Hotel hired in the Greek answer to Peters & Lee who sang an array of songs from "Living next door to Alice" to "Road To Hell"
There was at least 65% British guests in the hotel with a mix of French, German and Italian together with a few Dutch.
I would recommend hiring a speedboat for 60 Euro for a four hour period and you could then travel up the coast to Dassia, Ipsos and Barbati, the coastline is breathtaking and you certainly see more than you would on a bus.
You also have to pay for fuel and it cost us 30 Euro making a total cost of 90Euro for hire of the boat and fuel but this was for 4adults and 1 child. I later found out you could hire cheaper if you walked a very short distance to the local beach rather than use the site on the complex.
All in all a very nice complex however I would not return however I would certainly return to Corfu.
Travel operator: Thomsons
The hotel is set in the most fantastic location with amazing scenery you cant pay for. The hotel and its grounds and massive and you must explore it all as it has various hidden beaches where you can be by yourself.
It was worth going half board as the food was fantastic such a good varity and plenty of it!!
Hotel room was good and very clean. Cleaners where discete not like in some resorts.
Hotel Location was good and only 20 Minutes from Corfu Town which is very much like a cosmoploitan city.
Worth taking a 1 Euro local bus ride to. Late shopping there on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The Hotel is 4 star but I rated it 3and a half but saying that when you see the other hotels you can see why it is rated 4 star.
Evening entertainment was terrible!
Travel operator: Thomson
The building work is minimal and does not affect any qualities of this hotel.
The food at the hotel is great but after two weeks it became a bit repetative but on the whole there was enough choice for any picky eaters.
The hotel location is exceptional, the surrounding views overlooking the beach are certainly worth paying for. The hotel is in a vast expanse of gardens and you never feel crowded.
Outside the hotel are numerous tavernas and bars. Beginning of season these were very quiet.
The entertainment was dire, but to be honest we just visited for the mini disco for our 5 year old daughter who I must say was very entertained, throughout the day.
If you want a stressfree holiday with children over the age of 5 I would visit this hotel as there are lots of children of different nationalities but they all play together and give us parents the chance to recharge our batteries.
Travel operator: first choice
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