This hotel has a lovely setting with its own little beach without extra charge for sunbeds as in some places, and they weren't booked before breakfast either. The food is amazing and there are sea views all round because of its peninsula setting. Corfu generally is a charming place to visit and has not yet been commercialised to death.
There were small drawbacks on our visit. One that particularly annoyed Himself was the permanent noise from giant air con units somewhere outside our room, though I soon got used to it. There were ants in the room so make sure you don't leave any half-eaten fruit around (there is a complimentary bowl of such with the room). If you like to be entertained in the evening, there is only a small bar area to sit for this. And if you hire a car which will certainly get you to more areas than just the one where the hotel is, beware of Corfoit drivers, and finding the hotel is quite tricky because its sign is one amongst many rather lost in the trees where you turn off the main road. An up-to-date satnav might be useful.The hotel provides a free bus into Corfu town which is very handy, and if you could spare the effort might be useful for onward bus travel, but we didn't manage that.
One other thing, we never did quite get the hang of the occasional waiter service alternative to the customary buffet which lead to some embarrassment. I think it's a way of sticking with one dish instead of gorging oneself, but it wasn't well-explained.
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- Also Known As:
- Grecotel Corfu Imperial Hotel Kommeno Bay
- Grecotel Corfu Imperial Kommeno Bay