A sandy beach and wildlife area are just 2 of the reasons this secluded hotel is so highly rated.
Little pastel-coloured buildings spill across manicured lawns here. Two minutes’ walk gets you to the beach. Ten minutes and you’re at Lake Antinioti, a great place to spot wildlife.
The hotel is nice and tucked away but there’s plenty going on in the way of activities and entertainment. There’s also a big pool with first-rate sea views – the restaurant here is great for taking in the sunset.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Snacks 12.00-16.00. Ice-cream 10.30-15.00. Afternoon coffee and cakes 16.00-17.00.
Unlimited local beer, wine and spirits 10.30-23.00, soft drinks, tea, coffee and water.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
With parasols and sunbeds.
Almyra main buffet restaurant
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Offering Mediterranean and international cuisine with themed evenings and show cooking. The little ones aren't forgotten, with their own buffet available from 7pm-8pm.
Hotel-run kids' club
Supervised and suitable for children aged 4 to 14 years. Open every day except Sunday.
Rooms ► View all
twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 with twin beds and an extra bed. Air-conditioning is available from June to September.
twin room with bunkbeds and sea view
Twin room with bunkbeds and a sea view sleep 2 adults and 2 children. Air-conditioning is available from June to September.
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I don't normally write a bad review of a holiday, as a holiday is what you make of it! the only good point is the food, which is very well cooked and presented. The bad points way outway the only one good point. the place is well away from anything so basically there is nothing to day apart from the activities during the day which are the same every day. the night entertainment is terrible we were there for a week and we didn't see one good show. The all inclusive stops at 11pm so you have to buy your own drinks after that, you have to pay for Wi-Fi which is 35 euros for the week but if you go to the only pub/restaurant at the bottom and buy one drink they will give you free Wi-Fi, which we found out with a day left.Also this place is not suitable for people with walking difficulties. The rooms are very basic, we had a 10inch portable in our room with only 1 English channel on it(bbc news), also if you want a shower you have to be 2ft tall as it is positioned about 12 inches above the top of the bath which didn't even have a plug. I would not recommend this place unless you just want to stay and do nothing.More
pete c, Manchester, United Kingdom
Not quite a 4 star hotel
I stayed to this hotel starting from 02.09.2014 to 09.09.2014 and I can surely say that this is not a 4 start hotel. From the arrival I was sent to a room that was set at the basement of the building and when I got back to the reception asking for another room I was informed that this is the room that was reserved for me by my travel agency although specific information about the room have been sent to them. I must admit that I was very angry when seeing the room and my attitude at the reception was accordingly, but putting this aside if the level of management was the one of a 4 star hotel I would have not been invited to go to another hotel if I do not like the room. I mean really... as a manager all that you can do is to tell your customer to go somewhere else if he does not like it. Luckily I managed to contact my travel agency and they arranged for another room - which was directly above the one that was offered in the first place - . The rooms - both had mold and a constant smell of wetness, the air conditioning barely worked and no complimentary shampoo or conditioner, only two liquid soap dispensers and a hair dryer. Room service - daily but limited to a little dust off of the floor with a broom, one change of the sheet that we used as a cover during the night, the bed sheet was never changed and the towels where changed once. As for the towel change if you want them changed daily you must put them in the bathtub or else they will not be changed. Food - food was always fresh and tasty Beverages - Soft drinks where OK as well as the spirits and bear, but cocktails where watered down. Wireless Internet Connection - a big lie on their website because you had to pay for it (3 euros/hour , 12 euros/day or 35 euros/week) Since this resort is at 45 km away from the Island center Corfu Town, if you intend to travel inland I recommend staying to a hotel closer to the center or renting a car, but if you just want to eat, drink and relax in the sun all day than this is the hotel for you.More
VladG1985, Bucharest, Romania
Great All Round Holiday
We had booked private transfers to the hotel, it was worth the little extra, took about 45 mins drive. Hotel looked smart on arrival, it was quite remote though. Check in was quick and friendly and the porter took our bags to the room. Rather than a long rambling review I thought I would keep things nice and simple: Food - Excellent for all 3 meals, plus snack bar. Plenty of choice, loads of salad and vegetables, plenty of hot food choices. The a la carte is a must but BOOK EARLY after arrival as it fills up fast. It is FREE and amazing. Entertainment - Animation team are great, start at 10am and games go on till 6pm with a break for lunch. Vollyball, water polo, aqua gym all the usual stuff. Games for the kids and face painting, treasure hunt etc.. Evening Entertainment - Very good, they normally have an outside act come in that involves the animation team - from fire dance, to magic show, greek night and loads more. Pools - they have 2 pools, the relax pool for adults only so you can enjoy peace and quiet and the large pool next to the snackbar and pool bar. Pool is decent and the kids enjoyed it, just be aware the edges are a bit rough so with the kids in and out of the pool it didn't take long for them to get painful blisters, we did mention this to hotel and they said they would address it. Sunbeds - most people call the Germans for reserving sunbeds but the English are just as bad, if you want to secure a sunbed with parasol you need to be up and leave your towels around 7am otherwise its pot luck. Everyone reserved sunbeds, we sat by the pool one day and towels on sunbeds that stayed unused for hours! Trips - Plenty on offer, we did Paleo and the glass bottom boat and a shopping trip to Kasiopi, would recommend both, just don't book through Lord Travel - the rep is a joke. Beach - very short walk to 2 beaches, one either side of the hotel. You have to pay for the sunbeds though. We hired a pedalo which was fun. Rooms - key in to power the electric, rooms have air conditioning which is really good in the evenings when it is warm. 2 single beds instead of a double was annoying for a couple but the bunk beds were good for the kids. The maids kept the room very clean. All in all this was a very enjoyable weeks holiday and I would recommend the Mareblue hotel. One thing it doesn't say when booking is long trousers for dinner, they weren't turning people away but make sure you have shorts (non swim) that are below the knee for evening meal or long trousers.More
I have been to Greece before and my previous experiences had been good. The people were really friendly and welcoming so I was very disappointed with this hotel as I found it to be the opposite. Positives were it had beautiful views from the front of the hotel of the hills and at the back of the hotel you can see Albania. I also have to say Kostas was very helpful when I emailed the hotel to request a refurbished room, which we got and it was lovely. The cleaners also did a very good job as it was spotless. However these were the only things I would say that were good. It is a 3* hotel not a 4* and the all inclusive is just not worth the money. Food is the same poor quality thing every day, the restaurant was big but very noisy, and the tables were so close together it felt very claustaphobic and not a very nice place to be. After 5 days of it we decided to go to the Pyramid bar and restaurant for dinner. It was lovely with traditional Greek food and the people were lovely and what I remember the greek people to be like. There are two pools. The main one is mainly used by families and is busy. Then they have what they call the 'relax' pool. It was mainly used by adults but not very relaxing as you have the staff yelling at one another from three buildings away. There are also two beaches, the smaller one is in front of the pyramid bar and is really clean but very small. The other is a bit bigger but is not clean, it's covered in cigarette butts and other rubbish. The room as I said was lovely but the balconies are not private, you have a waist high frosted glass partition between your room and next doors. There is a mini market at the front of the hotel which is tiny and some items were more expensive. If you go out of the main gate of the hotel and turn left there is another mini market which is bigger, more choice and friendlier. The staff were mostly stand offish, a couple were ok but most just looked miserable. I'm assuming this is due to being overworked and underpaid. It just does not have a nice atmosphere. It's a shame as it could be a much better hotel with a few changes. I think that due to it being in a remote location with no other hotels/competition the standard is not up to scratch. I've been on All Inclusive holidays in other hotels and they, including lower * ones, were a lot better. I won't be returning to this hotel and it has put me off Greece.More
Tyne F, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Great Resort: Friendly staff
My boyfriend and I went back in May 2014 staying at the Pussygalore block (no I'm not making that up, the buildings are names after James Bond characters!!!!) The room was decently sized, double bed, pretty bathroom with an amazing shower!!! The resort is at a slope so walking up hill (our block was nearby the pool which is the furtherest away) back to the lobby and restaurant was our daily exercise. Beautifully kept grounds, with a scenic view of sunset if you sit on the furthest windows at the restaurant. Food was always nice, very good choice in variety for everyone. The resort got me eating baklavas after every lunch and dinner everyday whilst we were there!!! Staff are super friendly and always happy to help. There are two pools, adult and children's. The adult pool were always the busiest even in the mornings so we opted for the children's pool which we didn't mind as it was a much larger pool anyway. The holiday rep Jason was AMAZING!!!! We had missed the coach for the Paxos trip (HIGHLY recommended, totally worth every penny spent!) he managed to rearrange for us to get into the next tour instead. Thank you Jason!!! Overall, amazing resort with a great group of people!!! Definitely highly recommended to anyone who stays at Corfu!!!More
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