This Hotel has recently been refurbished and is now an all inclusive hotel, you can pop in for a drink but beware very expensive.
Myself and my Mum visited this hotel in July 03. We thoroughly enjoyed the peaceful surroundings and lack of children. The food was excellent and the entertainment was generally of a good standard the acts from the UK were the only let down, but the general audience was much older than me, the drinks in the bar were expensive in comparison to local bars and what I have previously paid. There are alot of steps but the breathtaking scenery is well worth it. The pool is lovely and the hotel staff are very friendly and helpful. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who enjoys a quiet break with great scenery and fantastic weather.
i visited this hotel with my family. thought it was very nice but there was not much to do. the food was ok, the a la carte resteraunt was very good. the pool area had a relaxing atmosphere (not full of screaming kids) and the beach was very nice but you had to pay for the sunbeds. we spent a day in corfu town which was good, very hot!. i would stay here again
In our opinion, not a 4* hotel, very disappointing foyer/reception area, overall decor very basic and dull and some of the reception staff were unhelpful and abrupt. Food was very good as long as you were in the first of the two sittings. Drinks very expensive in the hotel. Entertainments were above average and Thomson reps very good. We had to ask to move rooms as we were placed above the rooftop bar where you couldn't hear your own TV all evening until midnight every night - even with the doors closed. There really should be a warning about driving on the island as it's full of hairpin bends and sheer drops with no barriers - very dangerous. People there are very friendly though and a good Greek night to be had at Sebastian's in the village. Highlight had to be Corfu Town - wonderful place!