Mareblue Beach

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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Based on 699 reviews


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  • 16Buildings
  • 3Floors
  • 350Rooms
  • 1Lift

All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Buffet meals. Snacks 12.00-16.00. Ice-cream 10.30-17.30. Afternoon coffee and cakes 16.00-17.00.

Drink

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.

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Outdoor pool

With parasols and sunbeds.

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-9pm.

Hotel-run kids' club

Supervised and suitable for children aged 4 to 14 years. Open every day except Sunday.

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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 April to October.

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 April to October.

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Very good Holiday

This hotel was 1st class! The grounds, rooms and public areas were spotless. The gardens were well kept and beautiful. The food was very good and plenty of it my only negative comments are that it was never hot enough unless you were at the counter when a new tray came from the kitchen and at certain times it was too crowded but after a couple of days we learned to sit in the bar and watch the queues for a quieter time. There was a choice of pools which was good and both were perfect but in different ways, the family pool was busy and fun and the relax pool was for a quite peaceful day when you could relax and read, both pools were clean. The beach which you could access from the gate behind the pool bar was lovely, we had a car and got around the island but this was the best beach we saw. The staff were lovely and helpful especially the young girl on reception who recommended places to eat around the area. One tip is not to exchange money in the hotel as we offered 109 euros per pound with 2 % commission and the bank in town gave 129! On our arrival our room was not ready but were directed to the restaurant for lunch and our bags had already been taken to our room when we arrived there one hour later. Perfect holiday, Perfect hotel and we would recommend it to anyone.More

maxinebonta, Maidstone, United Kingdom

Mareblue Beach Resort Corfu

Just returned from the Mareblue Beach Resort at Agios Spiridonas in Corfu and already looking forward to returning next year. The hotel is family owned and run, which reflects in the service and attention to detail. It is situated overlooking a very pretty bay and beach. The grounds are spacious and well kept with two large pools one of which is an infinity pool and adults only. After a rocky start with being given a family room instead of a twin, which was quickly amended by friendly helpful staff, we had a wonderful holiday. Rooms are basic but clean with comfy beds and pillows. The food was excellent with lots of different choices every meal, every day, and themed evenings, we couldn't fault it. Entertainment every night which ranged from fairly good to excellent. The a la carte restaurant was only a sectioned off area of the main restaurant but great waiter service and fabulous food. Would definitely recommend this hotel. Only problem was the long transfer time of 1 hour and 45 minutes, but it was worth it.More

ELAINE F,

Very good value

Stayed for 2 weeks and we were well impressed with the hotel. On arrival at midnight our bags were took to our room,although we were not happy with the room, a quick phone call to reception and by the next morning we were moved. Couldn't fault the food plenty of choice and regularly replenished, all inclusive drinks and the cocktails were ok. All the staff including the maids we found to be very helpful and friendly. Our only moan would be the Mosquitos and wasps!! All in all a very enjoyable stay very reasonably priced and we would definitely return.More

lindablower, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Diamond in the rough

As one of the last guests to leave this hotel i must say this hotel was more than i expected . Ok the hotel is remote but if you look before you book and research into it before you book you really have nothing to moan about . I did see people moan about the food being pork and chicken but if you went into any of the small towns you would find most restaurants served this as main dishes . meal times we did have beef , duck , rabbit , pork , lamb a wide range of veg also deserts so plenty for even a picky eater so if this does not tickle your fancy stick to Blackpool i am sure they will point you there to the nearest fish and chip shop or McDonalds. . Drinks ok there where not the best i had but can tell you they are not the worst of places i have been all spirits are 30% except ouzo what was 40% so an odd tip now and again at the bar got you bigger pours so you can get drunk. . Now the rooms the room we had was brill had a walk in shower , double bed , sofa and a 32 inch tv what boasted a brill sea view right over the sea to Albanian hills only down side to sea views is you do not get any sun on the balcony but that is what the pools are for so for all the people who got bath tubs with low hanging showers good news there is more refurb going on during the next few month before it reopens on the 18th of April. sunbeds where plentiful so there was no need to run down at 5am with your towel to get one. Mossies where not really a problem took the right precautions and got about 5 bites in my entire stay got more bites during day but that was prob sand fly,s when was on beach . The staff in the hotel where always helpful ok you did get them grumpy from time to time but there only human working long hours but always very welcoming . Other moans i did see was wifi price yes i did find there price to use it of £35 Euro a week A tad expensive but a visit to the pyrimid bar to buy a drink and you and your whole family can sit around the kiddie pool area and pick it up as one code does all or a visit to the shop outside the front gate and to the left what is about 30% cheaper than the one in hotel and use the wifi there .Money exchange rate was bad at 1.09 so we went into town and got 1.24 same for our trips cosmic travel paid 10 euros less per person for corfu boat trip and the albaina trip was 23 euro cheaper per person (Cosmic Travel) would rate highly) Safe hire was a tad expensive but we did not bother as on check in they took our passports we could get them back if asked for but did not bother until we left so if they went missing the hotel was at fault not us . The hotel was always kept cleaned to a high standard maid service everyday except Sunday and one of the most trustworthy cleaners i have ever encountered in my travels . only downside i can find is perhaps a do not disturb sign to hang on door if you wanted a long lie and a bit more thought put into the daytime animation they did there best with the limited resources they had as we did have 3 days of bad weather and it was the longest 3 days of my whole time there Also the nightclub trip is not a nightclub its a bar what plays loud music Final gripe was not with hotel was when we landed in Corfu went to desk at lord travel to get our transfer the girl at the desk made out lord travel was our holiday rep they are not they where just our transfer company what we booked from resort hopper trying to sell you overpriced day trips.More

dennie1269, scotland

Mostly, very good.

We also stayed here for the last week of the season, having been transferred from The Aeolos Beach resort, due to it closing early. As we had no way of getting from the airport to the hotel, we hired a car, which turned out to be the best thing we could have done as The Mareblue is fairly remote. Saying that , the roads were diabolical and getting anywhere took ages but we did visit all the resorts on the north of the island and as the weather was a bit mixed, always found something to do. The views are wonderful across to Albania and we also did the trip which made for an interesting day out. There was us and The Queen Elizabeth cruise liner in dock that day and quite a few beggars. We were housed in 'Dr No block' and I do agree with the previous review that our room was very 'careworn' but what made it worse was that we were on the ground floor, directly opposite the hotel lounge and dining room, so had a constant stream of guests walking past our room. This made for zero privacy, in fact we had to keep the curtains shut, which meant zero light as well ! Apart from our room the hotel was excellent. We really enjoyed all the food and thought having beer and wine on tap in the dining room was marvellous. The staff were all pleasant and the entertainment very good but of course a bit noisy if you are in ground floor, Dr No block ! My only other comment would be about the amount of cats that wandered the hotel grounds looking for food but this did not spoil a very pleasant week.More

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