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Golden Sands Hotel

Argirades, Agios Georgios 490 80 Greece
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#9 of 17 hotels in Agios Georgios
Welcome to GOLDEN SANDS Hotel, built on the long sandy beach of St. George Argirades, one of the most beautiful beaches in Corfu. GOLDEN SANDS HOTEL can offer you endless moments of relaxation under the Greek sun, while you may also visit the beauties of Corfu Area: St. George Argirades is a lovely area situated at the South west part of the island where the view of the Adriatic sea lies in front of you and offers generously its clean blue waters. In St. George Argirades are plenty of restaurants, tavernas, bars, night clubs, markets, water sports schools and one of the best sandy beaches in Corfu.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Table tennis
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
Outdoor pool
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
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Ocean View
Languages Spoken
English, Greek
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Robin K wrote a review Sep 18
2 contributions1 helpful vote
good: We met 1 nice staff member, it was a guy working night shifts. He helped us very much with noisy neighbours and cool places to go in Corfu. Probs to this guy, some other hotel should hire him. bad: The breakfast was very bad. Only juice and fried eggs were ok. everything else was very bad. 1.st room we were presented to there was a poop in the toilet not flushed, although they had a sign on the toilet which said it had been 'disinfected'. Our second room smelled like sewage, had a hair on the toiletseat (still with the sign of it being disinfected) and the handwash was spitting out water so all of our clothes got wet. THEN we got presented to the the 3rd. room. It was OK. nothing better. Just bearly ok. We decided to stay there, since the front desk were tired of us complaining. Overall the hotel looks good from the outside, but very old on the inside. Noicy walls, bad cleaning, bad smelling inside, small stains on the bed sheets and big stains on the curtains and very bad lighting on the toilet. Overall a very disgusting experience. wish we would have chosen something else.
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Timotej J wrote a review Aug 2021
Hainburg an der Donau, Austria11 contributions1 helpful vote
Let's just focus on facts here leaving all the feelings behind. PROs: -Price (but meh, more on that later) -Staff - they are really trying to do their best and help you. Kudos in such an environment. -Beach - clean, sandy, warm water, ideal for kids. Two sunbeds and an umbrella will cost you 6EUR/day, or you buy your own umbrella. Only consider the 700m walk to the beach. CONs -Food is terrible. Yes, it's all-Inclusive, but the food is being recycled and the variety is really poor. Some meals inedible. We ate in near-by tavernas and restaurants the last 3 days of our 7day trip. This was no traditional greek cuisine and everything has a weird plastic-oily aftertaste. -All-Inclusive - regardless of the above mentioned, you are really getting all the drinks in one pool bar from 10AM to 10PM. But the bar doesn't have enough re-usable plastic cups, so they are then offering you one-off plastic cups with a smaller volume. Also Ice-Cream is at the pool bar - but available for kids only. This just doesn't make any sense at all. Beer was very light (but OK for summer) and coffee was all done in one machine except of the frappe, which was weird as well. -Rooms stuck in the 80s with a very odd smell and a "friendly" rooster to remind you it's 2:45AM! (I'm not only one annoyed by the rooster, really...). But hey, the AC works! :) -Beds. Were. Stone-hard. These were old spring matrasses, while the springs got regularly stuck in my ribs during the night.... -Bathroom - Old and worn-out. But the staff did their best to keep it clean. -Animation for the guests. The so-called "greek night" was just another YT playlist being played from the speakers. Conclusion: If you are considering this hotel from the budget perspective, than don't. In case you don't have metal guts, you'll end up buying the supplies in the near-by supermarket and dining in the tavernas which will ruin your budget perspective at the end of the day....
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Date of stay: August 2021
Storyteller363968 wrote a review Aug 2021
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We three adults from a group of about 20 people stayed for a week in this hotel from 23 to 30 July. The weather was very hot and the new Covid 19 wave was rising in Greece. This remote place was in our opinion a good solution in this situation. Our flight was delayed and we arrived later in the evening after dinner time but the staff in the restaurant was prepared to serve us dinner. The food was acceptable during our stay though mostly the menu was repeated. The lady at the bar was always smiling and the service was very quick. The best place for us was the small beach nearby. The sea was calm and the entrance in the sea was without problems. The only negative thing was that when we were going for lunch on the way back the lady at the beach asked us to pay again for a set of umbrella and sunbeds. However we faced two problems at the hotel. The first one was a very unpleasant smell which was felt almost 24 hours. When we complained at the reception the answer was that they know about this problem but do not know the reason for (in their opinion the smell was coming from outside the hotel and was caused by the wind!). We do not believe in this explanation. The second problem were the mosquitos - particularly during the night. The bathroom was full of them. Some measures should be taken against these insects. Altogether the nice beach and the quiet atmosphere compensated to some extent the above mentioned negatives but for sure I would not recommend this hotel. Probably there are better places to stay in this interesting island.
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Date of stay: July 2021
Stanley B wrote a review Oct 2020
Bury6 contributions6 helpful votes
1) Room basic but clean. 2) Food canteen service with local radio channel screeching away. Only one domestic toaster they have two but saved one. 3) Bar outside, well opens and closes to the second wasps and mozis everywhere, I asked the bar staff "why doesn't someone find the nest" he looked at me as if I was from mars. 4) We spoke to a trader in the town who said the hotel is normally used by eastern Europeans, which explains a lot.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Room Tip: Watch out for your agent charging you for a superior room but not telling the hotel.
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Jon R wrote a review Oct 2020
6 contributions
2 holidays cancelled due to covid so we found this Corfu gem at the last minute! Very good 3* with slightly older furnishings but spotless spacious rooms with a/c and our ocean/pool facing balcony was excellent. We watched the sunset every evening over the ocean and even a couple of beautiful thunderstorms! Meals were good with plenty of home cooked offerings. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful, from front desk to housekeeping, kitchen & dining room all with a friendly greeting all the time! Nikki and Tino at the pool bar were especially friendly to us! All in all a great relaxing holiday for us! Highly recommend if you don't require 5*!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Room Tip: all rooms faced either up the coast, down the coast or directly facing the water. Our upper floor...
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Frequently Asked Questions about Golden Sands Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Golden Sands Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Europa Bar (0.5 miles), Mad Mike's Bar (0.3 miles), and Kazzoos Cocktail Bar (0.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Golden Sands Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Golden Sands Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Golden Sands Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Golden Sands Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Balcony Restaurant, Seagulls, and Taverna Malibu.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Golden Sands Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Golden Sands Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Greek.
Are there any historical sites close to Golden Sands Hotel?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Achilleion Museum (9.8 miles), Monastery of the Blessed Virgin Mary (9.2 miles), and Achilleion (9.9 miles).
Does Golden Sands Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.