Marbella Corfu Hotel
With its picturesque location, stylish bedrooms and great dining scene, the Marbella Corfu falls into the ‘luxury retreat’ category.
Settings don’t get more scenic than at the Marbella Corfu Hotel. This luxury property is set between forested hills, olive groves and the Ionian Sea, and the views stretch out for miles.
A handful of swimming pools are scattered through the gardens, and down by the sea you’ve got a Blue Flag beach. The dining scene is also impressive, with everything from seafood to Greek cuisine on the menu.
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- 6 Buildings
- 9 Floors
- 388 Rooms
- Lifts: 4 in main building, 2 in front building
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 visit per stay to the American, Italian and Greek à la carte restaurants. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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La Terrazza buffet restaurant►
Offering a large American buffet spread and a late contintental breakfast from 10am to 10.30am. With Greek and international cuisine, and twice weekly themed nights.
This place offers drinks on the terrace with panoramic views of the Ionian sea.
With professional entertainment for children aged 4-11 to enjoy, such as archery and taking part in theatrical and dancing plays.
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Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony►
These sea-view twin rooms have lots of natrual light giving them a warm and inviting feel. They come with a balcony offering outside space. Other benefits include satellite TV, Wi-Fi and air-conditioning. These rooms sleep 2.
Superior Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony►
These spacious twin rooms come with a balcony offering outside space and a sea view. Inside your room will be air-conditioned so you can keep it cool and there's Wi-Fi so you can get online. Other benefits include satellite TV, a fridge and a hairdryer. These rooms sleep 3 with a sofa-bed.
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Fab holiday June 2018
I thought I'd written a review when we stayed in June 2018, but it mustn't have saved. We booked an all inclusive holiday with Tui and initially booked a superior junior suite with private pool but we ended up paying extra to swop to a panoramic junior suite for more privacy(approx 180 euros). Our room 836 was fabulous with an amazing view and a massive bed. We had booked it for our 19th wedding anniversary and the hotel left a bottle of wine and some fruit/petits fours for us, which was a lovely gesture. We had a fab time; the food and drinks were great. We especially loved the food in The Dolphin Bar. We didn't really appreciate the evening entertainment, but the staff on activities during the day were great fun, especially Sylvie. We wished we'd joined in morning boules and darts at the start of the holiday. We've booked for September, but only a Superior garden view this time so I'm hoping we're not too disappointed with the room. We loved our holiday in MarBella Corfu. Yes, it wasn't 5 star luxury like Mexico but I didn't have to suffer a 10 hour flight so for me it was worth the compromise. More
Aly T, 186337
Relaxing Beach Holiday
We just returned from a week long trip, on the ultra all inclusive package. Everything from the greeting on our arrival to our farewell was delightful, very comfortable room with a sea view, comfortable beds and excellent facilities, great nights sleep. Restaurants were all great, excellent quality of beautifully prepared cuisine. Staff all extremely helpful, nothing was too much trouble. Overall a fantastic holiday, we would definitely return.More
Great location and beautiful views
A really nice, clean and well presented hotel. Food was of very good quality and main buffet restaurant was always well staffed. We eat in the Italian and Greek restaurants with the Italian one edging it on quality of food. Our room was not of 5* quality but had a fantastic view out to sea. No double bed and the bathroom was quite small. The mini fridge just had water and seeing as we were all inclusive it would have been nice if there was a some soft drinks, beer and maybe a small bottle of wine. We were not situated in the main hotel but beside the pool area. I agree with other reviews that the bar staff in all areas of the hotel had a great opportunity to interact with the guests but choose to speak amongst themselves. All other staff in the hotel though were very good. Sadly on our arrival, reception was busy and our first impression after a long journey was an hour long wait to check in. Perhaps the management could allow extra resources to alleviate this for other guests. On several occasions during us checking in, the receptionist dealing with us answered the phone to other guests. This did not feel like good manners. Easily fixed though by some extra resource. We mainly spent our days down at the beach which was fantastic. Always plenty free sun beds in the morning to choose from and great fun jumping in from the pier. The evening entertainment was not great but it wasn’t a deal breaker for us. The gardens were stunning and the staff were always working on them to keep them that way. The wasps were relentless though.... not sure what can done about this but they did sadly sting 3 out of the 4 of our party. A really good holiday in general though. More
Good All Inclusive
This hotel provides a very good all inclusive stay without the feeling that quality has been compromised because it is AI. There are several restaurants to choose from and the quality of drinks is very good. We enjoyed the added touches of waiter service on the beach and we particularly liked the beach restaurant. However, there are a couple of negatives which I think need to be pointed out given the cost of this hotel. Firstly, the sound proofing in the bedrooms is not good. We were first given a room below the restaurant and the noise of chairs scraping and children running from 6am made it impossible to sleep. In fairness, when I asked to be moved, we were moved the same day- this is a reflection of the consistently good service we received from all staff throughout our stay. Whilst the second room we were given was quieter as it wasn't below the restaurant, it was still pretty noisy. I'm not a light sleeper at all and in short, I can't say I slept particularly well during our stay. Secondly, the buffet restaurant was fairly chaotic with big queues in the evening for dinner and even bigger queues for breakfast- there simply isn't the capacity to cater for the number of guests. When inside, it was noisy and very busy. The food was good but if you like a sense of occasion when out for dinner on holiday, I would avoid the buffet at all costs. On the plus side, the a la carte restaurants were really good. We particularly liked the American diner and this was definitely a favourite for our children. Overall, this is a good all inclusive hotel but a couple of things let it down. I would return if I got a particularly good deal but I wouldn't pay a premium for the experience.More
A lovely hotel - would recommend
We have recently returned from a 7 night stay at Marbella. The hotel is lovely but there is some room for improvement, however, I would recommend this hotel overall. We travelled with TUI and were greeted with a private transfer when we arrived. The hotel is approx 30 minute drive from the airport. When we arrived we were not greeted from the taxi (this has happened it all other 5* hotels we have stayed in) but were offered a welcome drink when we were completing forms at the reception desk. We were greeted by a young trainee who was pleasant enough however, didn't really explain much about the hotel, how ultra all inclusive worked etc just gave us a map and showed us to our room. We weren't offered to be shown around the hotel - just given a map of the hotel. The room was very clean, a large space (we paid for the superior double with sea view), with nice view - not quite the sea view we were expecting as in the main building and set back quite a way from the sea. The room has an open plan bathroom, which wasn't a problem for us travelling as husband and wife. Although if travelling with friends or a family (especially teenagers) it is quite open and very little privacy when using shower / toilet. The hotel has beautiful grounds, 2 large pools and a splash pool for the children and a small beach area (a natural beach (pebbles / shell) and a man made area with steps into the sea. This area is where we spent most days - very relaxing atmosphere and always able to get a pair of sun beds regardless of the time we went down. The pools were more noisy - maybe one pool could be an adults only? The food at the hotel is very good. The buffet area has a large selection for breakfast/ lunch and dinner ( theme nights are included in the half board and all inclusive) Theodora (young lady with dark hair) greeted us with a smile every morning and evening - she really is an asset to the hotel. With the ultra all inclusive you can eat at the three al a carte restaurants once per your stay in the evening ( lunchtime you can eat at the restaurants without a reservation). The italian was the best evening meal we had in the al a carte restaurants and I would highly recommend this restaurant for an evening meal. The greek was nice and the Splash (tex mex) we had lunch at as we didn't fancy evening meal there and it was ok. On the all inclusive you can eat at the al a carte and the dolphin bar ( by the beach) at lunch times. We ate at the dolphin bar a few lunchtimes and food was delicious - just watch out for the wasps if you order anything sweet. Also the italian offers al a carte breakfast which we booked one morning and the food was delicious but there were wasps everywhere so we didn't return at breakfast again. In the evenings the Belvedere bar is definitely the place to be! Another waitress also named Theodora was excellent ensuring everyone was served promptly. The cocktail menu is extensive as well as other branded drinks! We loved sitting her in an evening, listening to the live music and taking in the stunning views. The location of the hotel is beautiful! The nicer beaches are on the west side of the island - we hired a car for the day via Kappa cars via our TUI rep and drove to Agios Geordis for the beautiful sandy beach. The hotel offer complimentary boat trips a sunset one and a trip to corfu town. I contacted the hotel prior to arrival and spoke to the guest relations manager who informed me that the sunset boat trip is on Saturdays - she said that normal you have to book at reception on a arrival but she would book my husband and I on as we were arriving a few days later. I confirmed with her it would be the Saturday. I checked with the hotel desk on check in that we were on the sunset boat list and they confirmed we were. On Saturday morning, I went to the desk and asked where I should go to get the boat and what time etc and I was told the boat trip was the Friday (night before) - no apology, no one told us on check it was Friday and on the email it states the Saturday. We were really disappointed. Overall, the hotel was beautifully clean, the rooms were great, and service from all the staff in the bars and restaurants was fantastic. Unfortunately, the staff on reception really need to improve their service it is not 5* and that lets down the hotel as a whole. From travelling around the island - this hotel does look one of the nicest hotels on the island.More
Amy S, 186466
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