Palm Beach Hotel

Accommodation in St George Sth

Roland R           

We are going here for the third time we book through unfortunately you dont get a good view from your room or get a pool view with this company but thats not a great problem. The beach is a stones throw from the hotel and one of the best sandy beaches on the island most of the rest of the beaches are pebbles. If you want a beach holiday for a break with guarenreed sun this is as good a place as any .

Dont expect much nightlife thee are a couple of good pubs that do quizzes and many that show current films that have been copied onto dvd. Lots of big screens for football or any sport.

Shelley P           

we have stayed at the palm beach hotel for two years running and are going back again this year...the hotel is fantastic and the staff are incredibly friendly and helpful, and even remembered us from our previous holiday!

the resort town is fairly chilled and relaxed, but this is not to say that bar entertainment in the evenings cannot get on the rwody side!! 
there are two separate pools, and most of the families with children do tend to congregate at the one pool with activities for children.  there is no lifeguard, but poolside bar staff will repsond to any kind of situation in which you may require assistance.  if children are kept sup**vised then they should be perfectly fine.
the rooms are excellent, and kept beautifully clean every day by the friendly chamber maids, each with its own balcony which consists of  a table and two chairs.  the food in the hotel is normally very good, with variety for everyone...although i would say that if you live on mcdonalds or fast food, forget booking here.  the later dinner sitting (for families with children of 14+) does have a peak time of between 7 and 8 (roughly), so you work out when to time your arrival.  sometimes you do have to que for food, but in the two years that we have gone there we have never had to wait for a particularly long lngth of time.  the meal arrangements are excellent because they allow you to eat what you wish for whichever course, and the waiting staff are friendly and prompt.  if you use your common sense and see when the busy period is (which you will do on your first day!), you can easily avoid any waiting and hang out at the pool for another hour instead!
evening entertainment at the hotel is of an average standard...we have seen a stand-up comedian each year, and i believe that in the early hours of every evening there is entertainment for children, after which the adult entertainment will begin.  however, most people tend to go into the town.
each tour operator will run their own day-trips, but you can take the local bus into corfu town (a good idea, but you have to go during the day rather than in the evening), and there are boat trips leaving from the beach every day that you can book yourself on.
the hotel is new, and is now in it's 4th season, so this does explain the seemingly lack of developed grounds, but it is still an incredibly beautiful environment, with some very pretty views.  a holiday resort that i would fully reccommend!  

Emma S           

We stayed at Palm Beach at the end of September last year and this was a fabulous holiday. The hotel rooms are huge, pool area fantastic and it is right on the beach. WE WOULD DEFINATELY STAY THERE AGAIN but cannot find an operator who offers this hotel, any suggestions? It is more suited to couples than to families but we were very happy with it all and it remains one of our best holidays!!!!

Caroline W           

We stayed at the Palm beach for a week at the end of July 2004, we did not know what to expect as we booked via the Teletext. When we arrived we were very impressed with the rooms and Hotel itself, the pool was lovely and very clean. The beach access was great and our two older children went on their own a few times. The only downfall of this hotel was the food, the restraunt staff and the meal times. The restraunt was not child friendly and made us feel very unwelcome. So even though it was a half board holiday we ended up eating out every night. The difference in atmosphere and friendliness overwelming. I would go back to ST George as we did love the place, but maybe not back to the Hotel Palm Beach, unless it had a self catering option.

Jon B           

Stayed at Palm Beach and was put off buy the reviews. However it's not as bad as some make out. Yep, the grounds still need a lot of work which is a pity, pool is excellent and as someone said no good for young children. Food was far better than I expected having read the reviews, but a bit repetitive. Not much for the kids who live on chips and chicken nuggets here though. Stupid, stupid rule about no kids after 7.30 in the restaurant, it meant that they tut tutted you if you arrived at 7! Got right up my nose. It's not a 4 start superior rating, it's good 3 star. I have loads of detail about this hotel and tips so email me if you want more!

Julie R

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Terry L

The telephone number for Palm Beach Hotel Corfu

Lucy D

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Bryan W



where to book for 14 nights HB including flights from Manchester to this hotel or another near to this one many thanks

A P           

Just returned from Palm Beach Hotel,had a wonderful relaxing holiday.The family room was very spacious,with single beds for children, not camp beds that are usually provided.The hotel location was great for beach and main resort road to bars/tavernas.The food in hotel was good,plenty of choice.If u cannot find something you like on offer you must be a very fussy eater.My childern eat most of the adult food on offer and we all loved the self service approach as you could choose what you actually liked to eat.We had the early dinner sitting which was a little restricting,but on the other hand there were no queues.The hotel was good value for money and i would definately go back there.
The swimming pool was great,but towels on sunbeds from the early hours or even the night before, was totally out of order, especially when most beds with towels on were'nt even used till about lunch time (and it wasnt always germans who were the culprits).The beach outside the hotel was a long stretch of sandy beach and not overcrowded if you walk along to the right hand side.Plenty of bars to sit and relax in, in the evening.The hotel did also have evening entertainment of music/singers/greek dancing at the beach bar,if you wanted to stay in the hotel grounds.

I was apprehensive about this hotel after reading other reviews, but i can assure you it was lovely.

Jill B           

We stayed here for one week, commencing 8 August. A beautiful hotel with spacious rooms that were kept spotlessly clean. The pool and poolbar were excellent, as were the bar staff. The restaurant times were too rigid and not child friendly (Families with children under the age of 14 had to eat between 6.00 and 7.00pm. This restricted our movements greatly during the day and is the reason we will not be returning to the Palm Beach Hotel. The restaurant manager was rude and very unhelpful. Food was OK but not 4 Star and the self service buffet resulted in long queues and waiting times.

Location - quiet, very isolated, good for water sports and nice sandy beach. However, if you are hoping to explore the island, the only way you will do this is by hiring a car or going on one of the excursions on offer.

Aqualand - a must to visit - but note, if you book this through Lord Travel, they do not tell you that it is a 2 hour coach journey both ways as coaches pick up from other hotels en route. A taxi is more expensive but would more halve the travelling time.

NOTE: If you have an early morning flight home, book either the eighth or the fifteenth night before you leave. You have to book out of your hotel room by 12 noon regardless of flight times (our flight was 2.45 am!) and hotel reception will not allocate rooms whilst you're there! You will be offered a 15 minute 'shower room' slot which is less than useless!

John S           

just got back from a week at the palm beach ......
oh dear
i think i have placed a few messages on here regarding st.georges south and i cannot fault the resort as a whole but the palm beach hotel took the edge off a very excellent holiday.
for a place that advertises itself on ass "4 1/2 star a class superior" i felt very let down and cheated.
i have stayed in various hotels of varying star ratings around the world, and this hotelin my opinion is "3star b&b & em."
the place is in an excellent location but let down by staff who do not wish to work in tourism (i assume). some are ignorant, some are arrogant and most are very dissmisive. now don't get me wrong,i am fully aware of "corfu time and corfu life" but when you expect 4 1/2 star "a" class superior and you go to the restaraunt where they don't understand the meaning of "silver service" , you know something is wrong.
a comment below about the food is wrong , it is canteen style buffet and on 2 evenings i couldn't even fetch a plate .. me and my family had to eat out out at one of the many excellent restraunts in the centre
the gardens are spa**e but that is due to the fact that the hotel is new, ( 2 seasons). so that can be forgiven , the pool is excellent but no life guard and is 0.95 mtrs at the shallow end, which can be a peril for smaller kids.
so, if your going here, although the grounds are good , please think again if you are going for good service and food. for you will do better going s/c and using the restraunts in the centre , all offer better service and food. you would also save money on the overall cost off the holiday and so would i, and i have 4 mouths to feed! i went in the busiest week and no meal was more than 6 euros, i have been there in quieter periods and the price drops by maybe 2 euros.
finally there is a big ampitheatre which looks gran, beautiful even, but it was only used once to put on a greek dance night, excellent entertainment for just one night of the holiday, waste of space, unfortunately...

Sharon H           

Stayed at the Palm Beach Hotel August 2002, and I would highly recommend it to anyone. The room decor was lovely, it was cleaned every day by lovely local ladies who taught us some greek. The pool was great to laze by although the beach was just a stones throw away. The restaurant was not too canteen like or too ornate it was well run, and the food was superb.

A five minute walk from the hotel will bring you to all the bars and restaurants you could want for a night out although the noise cannot be heard back at the hotel complex if you did decide on a quiet nite in.

The day trips available were vast but the best were Theo's beach BBQ and the Corfu Town/Glass Bottom Boat trip, (there is also an Aqualand water park excursion for who are or have - kids).Although we took the Island Tour it was a bit long winded and not something I would recommend, however we were glad that we had seen the rest of the island as we saw nothing anywhere near as good as the Palm Beach Location!

On the beach itself, which is long and sandy, there are jet skis to hire but the best thing was the paragliding/speed boat hire(half hour)- which was good value at 60 Euros.

If anyone would like me to email them with a comprehensive printout (includes 5 pictures) that i managed to print from a site which now seems to be unavailable I would be only to happy to oblige.

Email address:

John S           

okayy you lucky lovers of st. george . I have been there twice now and find it excellent too. hope to get there in the first week in august again.
I have always stayed s/c, but wanna try this hotel , I have a number for yu all to try, its the car hire guy, not the young smooth one but oldr wiser one... tell him john the scorpian sent you he will give you very good price!!! good luck
this is how the number shows on his buisnees card , you'll have to work out what to dial::
06620-51677, happy days!!!!!!!!

Lynne S           

I have just spent two weeks at Palm Beach and it was fantastic. The accomodation was first class and very clean and well kept. The restaurant was very well run with a good selection. All staff were very helpful. The beach is minutes away with other bars and shops within walking distance. One of the best beach side hotels I saw whilst there. The hotel is not advertised very well by the holiday companies which is a shame because it is a jewel.

Deborah S

I am trying to book palm beach hotel in corfu diret does anyone have the e-mail address or fax or phone number please,

Vicki C

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Vicki C

A Contact e mail address or fax number for the Corfu Plaza Apartments - St George South, it is very urgent so would be very grateful.

Dirk N

phone number of hotel

Palm Beach, St George, Corfu