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, 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.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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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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Superior 1 Bedroom Family Room with Sea View and Balcony►
These spacious 1-bedroom family rooms can sleep up to 4 people with 2 extra beds in the lounge. Your room will have air-conditioning and Wi-Fi so you can stay cool and connected - plus you'll also have a fridge, a safety deposit box and facilities to make tea or coffee. Outside you'll have a balcony where you can enjoy the sea view.
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Solid 4 star, but short of 5 star
We booked an ultra all-inclusive stay at MarBella and were slightly disappointed with a few aspects. We didn’t feel it was a five star resort, and all-inclusive we found wasn’t true all inclusive. First the good stuff: Kids club was great, no extra charge. Our 4 year old loved it Crèche was pricey at 50 euros per day but good to have the option Babysitting by kids club staff at 15 Euros an hour was excellent Staff in general were friendly and helpful 2 lovely ‘adult’ pools Cocktails included in package were great (note that I spoke with customer relations about the issues below and they were helpful: send a bottle of alternative wine to our room and booked us into the Greek speciality restaurant for our last night. Ok, now the not so good stuff: We arrived at 4.30pm, kids were hungry after a day of travel and the only food available to us was room service, fine...except there was a charge for room service even for all-inclusive guests. Drinks: cocktails and beers were great but the choice of wine on the package was limited to five local wines: one rose, 3 whites and one red. A more extensive selection would have been expected. If you wanted to use the mini bar in the room there was a charge. Catering: the standard restaurant was buffet style, we didn’t like this one bit. With two kids it’s not a sociable way to dine. We loved the Italian and Greek speciality restaurants but were only permitted to eat in each once during the week. This spoiled our stay to some degree. We paid extra (300 euros) to have dinner and wine at the speciality restaurant on the beach. A lovely experience but a massive splurge considering what we had already paid to supposedly be ‘all-inclusive’ Kids pool/Splash restaurant: the kids pool was quite run down and we didn’t like this area at all, as a result we, like many other parents, chose to spend our time at the two adult pools. Which sadly lacked a shallow end/area for little ones. The splash restaurant is rather run down and can only be described as a burger bar: this is classed as one of the speciality restaurants and we felt this and the whole kids pool area felt more fitting for a 3 star resort. Again we were allocated a meal here which was by far our least favourite of the week. The are many steps around the resort, some lifts but if you have a buggy expect to have to some carrying up and down stairs. It’s pretty much unavoidable. We enjoyed our stay to some degree but sadly wouldn’t return to the resort.More
Fantastic hotel, outstanding individuals, oasis of relaxation!
I travelled in May for 7 days with my girlfriend, always again!!! This hotel was recently renovated, great appearance of the main entrance, lobby, food and beverage outlets, pool area, gardens etc, All was extremly well taken care of and clean. What always makes the difference for me is the people working in a hotel, not the hardware and Marbella has many of them which go the extra mile and really try to meet the guests expectations. The colleagues who checked us in (I guess it was David) was very professional an helpful, all needed information was provided and he also didnt hesitate to step out from the reception to walk couple of metres with us, this doesnt happen that often. The room was clean, every day very well cleaned, where all the clothes were even nicely folded again. The view on the balcony to the sea was awesome. To point out 2 more individuals who we remember until now and certainly in the future when thinking back to Marbella is Persefoni, waitress in the restaurant who just makes your day immediatly more enjoyable and makes you smile with her warm attitude, furthermore the great hostess (I am so sorry, that we do not recall the name anymore, she had braces). She was there every single day and she was the first person you see in the morning, what a charisma, positive attitude and smile she had, a very warm welcome always, with around 800 breakfasts, she remembered you personally and made you feel welcomed and special. Not to forget is also a great waiter of the restaurant called Christos, who had excellent service and customer service skills, good wine recommendations and attentive approach. What i would recommend the hotel to do is to review the bar service at the pool, such as speed and efficiency, and especially communication. No big deal, however we ordered with one waiter, 15min later I approached the same waiter who then told me that he will call his colleague to take the order, then another waiter came, took the order and i had the drinks 30min after my order. Would have expected a drink as a courtesy, however really the only thing related to lack of service i can think of. I could keep on writing, but all in all an outstanding property where you simply can get out of the daily whirlwind, relax and regain some energy. People, the great atmosphere and weather of course make you feel staying there for ages. Thank you again for the memorable stay, we will highly recommend and return for sure. Christoph and KristiMore
Fantastic upgrade to property - and consistently great service.
Our second visit to Marbella. There have been many excellent updates which make the evenings much more sociable and encourage guests to relax. Our room was gorgeous with a large balcony including loungers. More than enough pool and beach space for everyone and a nice new addition of buzzers at the beach to summon a drink from your lounger. The staff, without exception, are the stars of the Marbella. Hats off to them and the leadership team for finding, training and keeping such a great group of folk. Spa was just perfect, a la carte restaurants a much more relaxed experience than buffet - however food here was varied and interesting. My only suggestion would be to expand the wine offer within the all inclusive package. Its terrific to be provided with branded spirits in the bars, and extra few Greek wines would be welcome too.More
Good hotel but not great
The hotel was good, friendly staff, nice pools, beautiful views... upon arrival we booked all inclusive, but when checked in we only had half board. This was more of an issue with the travel company that forgot to send a new booking update. But until it was sorted it was almost before lunchtime day 2. Way too long service and we felt we missed out a bit because of that before we could relax and enjoy. We also was “upgraded” from our superior room to a family room upon arrival (standard family room). The room was far away and the standard was not to be expected from 5-star superior room. We complained and wanted the room we paid for and they had one superior room available next day in the main building. Which was by far much better! When we asked why we really got downgraded (shame on the hotel!) they were just like “oh we thought you might like it since you travelling with a child” - to mention the family room and the superior room were the same size. We paid quite a bit for our holiday so we felt really disappointed that we received much less than we paid for. After we changed room we had a much better experience! The buffet is nice, gets a bit repetitive but the standard is good. We did not like the Greek restaurant Especially since we were a few times to the city and it was muuuch better, the Italian is better but nothing great. We preferred the buffet! Overall it’s a good hotel, nice facilities, friendly staff and we could probably go again but not as expected from 5-star.More
Lovely Resort, Amazing food
This is a bit of a late review but I am leaving after returning home from another holiday this year in Kos. Comparing it to this made me realise just how nice Marbella was. The place is spotless and very picturesque, the pool is tranquil but somehow still with a good atmosphere at the same time. Wish we had gone all inclusive as the cocktails were spot on but expensive. Although resorts this nice are often in the middle of nowhere this one is a small walk from a few bars and shops and only 5 minutes in a taxi either way to more lively areas. As Corfu is a big island as well there is plenty of other things to do, would recommend renting a car. But if you are happy to just chill then there is no real need to leave the resort. The staff are very friendly and always happy to help. But the best thing for us was the restaurant. As my Mrs is celiac so can't eat any gluten, the restaurant manager and chef were a massive help, they would show her everything at the buffet she could have and anything else she wanted would be made fresh. The service was better than we get back home and they made her feel very comfortable about it all. The resort we stayed in this year had nothing available at the buffet and food came out well after the rest of us had finished eating. The food selection here was great as well as it changed cuisines every day and was always delicious!! The only let down was our balcony faced a wall but the room was so lush and peaceful we didn't care. I think we will definetly be looking to stay here again soon!More
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