Grecotel Eva Palace
The Grecotel Eva Palace counts a scenic setting, a palm-fringed pool, and a couples-focused spa among its best bits.
This place is set on an exclusive, pine-cloaked peninsula. It’s spread out across lots of levels, connected by rustic stepped pathways and well-tended lawns, which lead down to a secluded sand-and-shingle cove.
The hotel’s interiors team classic whitewashed walls with furniture in shades of cream and magnolia. Rooms have the same colour scheme, and feature 4-poster canopy beds.
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Based On 1697 reviews
- Official Rating
- 6 Floors
- 225 Rooms
- Lifts: 2 in main building
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, with 1 visit to the à la carte restaurant. Selected wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner. Selected international brand alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks until 01.00 in the lobby bar. Coffee 11.00-18.00. Snacks, ice-cream and cake 11.00-18.00, and midnight snacks.
Facilities ► View all
This bespoke number is surrounded with sunbeds and parasols, showers and towels are also provided.
Terrazzo buffet restaurant►
For breakfast and dinner with an open-air veranda to make the most of the views whilst dining on the international cuisine, which includes vegetarian and healthy options.
Il Melograno à la carte restaurant►
Tuck into the buffet spread at lunchtime. Come evening there's an à la carte menu to choose from. You can enjoy lunch here as often as you like, and 1 visit per stay is included for dinner.
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Main Building Double Room with Sea View and Balcony►
Calm, simple colours feature in these double rooms - giving them a light and airy appeal. Outside there's a balcony with panoramic sea views across the bay. You'll find extras such as a mini Hi-Fi and bathrobes but there's also a safety deposit box and satellite or cable TV. Just so you know - you'll find this room in the main building.
Main Building Double Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony►
Calm, simple colours feature in these double rooms - giving them a light and airy appeal. Outside there's a balcony with limited sea views. You'll find extras such as bathrobes, a safety deposit box and a TV. Just so you know - you'll find this room in the main building.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Beautiful hotel, great scenary excellent staff!
The hotel is faithful to the traditional corfian architecture. Which is nice since luxury does not mean modern. The hotel area is very clean and you can lose yourself in the alleys that remind you of the kantounia in Corfu. The rooms are great. You can actually have eye contact from the bed with the bathroom by setting aside a curtain. Great view from the 3rd floor which is actually the reception floor. Parking is easy and free outside the hotel. The sea is average since Corfu has many much better beaches but it is still fine. The food is unbelievable!!! The chef is very good! All tastes were great. And the service also! Alexandros in the restaurant was so fast at taking care of everything that among 100 people he would see my half empty wine glass and he d fill it up!The only reason that does not take five stars is that it should have at least one deeper swimming pool and some free spa place with the basics. Would strongly recommend!!!More
Amazing hotel location! Great service and rooms!! The hotel is super clean and all the personnel is happy to help you about the accommodation and the island of Corfu. My personal best of the island. Enjoy!More
Holiday in Corfu
We stay at Eva Palace, Grecotel, Corfu. It is a wonderful Hotel on a wonderful island. Very good food but above all we are very pleased with the good and friendly Service. We have the pleasure of having Haris being around us, bringing drinks, dishes and many other things. He is always smiling, friendly and in a good mood even at most hectic of times. Best service we had.More
Wonderful holiday in wonderful hotel
Hotel was amaxing. Room was good and very clean. We had junior suite. A view from balcony was beautiful. Food was good. Whole area was clean, peaceful and beautiful. Staff was wonderful. We had 20th anniversary and they made our day!!More
Myself and my partner have been fortunate enough to have stayed in many a 5 star hotel across the globe. Grecotel Eva Palace is average at best. Some aspects of the hotel are superb, whilst some are a real letdown sadly. The good bits:- - The views are undeniably stunning & the grounds are beautiful. Views from the balconies are gorgeous. - Bedrooms are very pleasant indeed & cleaned to a high standard. - The pool is really inviting with very comfortable sunbeds - The boat shuttle to Corfu town works well & worth the 25 euros return. The not so good bits:- - The buffet restaurant is mediocre at best. Much more like 'canteen food' & the quality isn't great. If quantity is most important then you'll probably be fine, but it's not the standard i've come to expect of a 5 star hotel. Service is poor - the staff seem really quite miserable and it shows. - There is a lack of atmosphere & no 'Greek feel' whatsoever. The hotel is clearly going for an 'international' vibe, trying to cater for all different nationalities. It doesn't feel authentic. - Evenings are practically dead. Most people tend to stay in their bedrooms it seems. The entertainment booked is of a fair standard but nobody seems that interested. There isn't an entertainment team to encourage people to get involved and have a good time. - The hotel could make an effort to maintain the beach to a higher standard - it's very pebbly/ shingly, especially on the approach to the water. A bit of a clean up would make a real difference - The gym centre isn't well equipped at all - You've got no hope of getting a spot by the pool if you make it down after 9am - Twice we were asked to leave positive Tripadvisor reviews - truly excellent hotels don't need to beg for good reviews!!More
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