You’ll find a huge pool and gourmet restaurants at this 5-star hotel, which is set on its own peninsula.
This hotel has a beautiful setting, on a private peninsula in Kommeno Bay. It’s quiet and secluded, but a free shuttle bus will take you to Corfu Town, about 20 minutes away, and it’s a 10-minute taxi ride to Gouvia and Dassia.
Being on a peninsula, the hotel has 4 Blue Flag sand-and-shingle beaches to choose from. Here you can take part in the full range of watersports. Elsewhere, you’ve got a large pool and 5 restaurants to choose between.
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Fresh flowers, free sparkling wine and traditional Greek desserts.
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Flexible Half Board includes buffet breakfast and dinner or lunch buffet - a €12 credit can be used every time you dine in the Aristos, Nafsika or Yali restaurants.
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Surrounded by beautiful gardens, with sunbeds, parasols and towels.
The hotel is on a peninsula, so you've got 4 blue flag beaches to choose from. With changing cabins, showers, sunbeds, parasols and towels.
Mon Repos Mediterranean buffet restaurant
For breakfast and dinner, with weekly themed nights. To top it all off, you'll have great views overlooking the Ionian sea.
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Bungalow with Sea View and Balcony or Terrace
Bungalow with Garden View and Balcony or Terrace
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Good choice for acomendation
Very nice hotel. The location is very good, it is easy to get from the hotel to other parts of the island. the view is amazing and there are three restaurants in the resort. The hotel has great beach. On top of all, the resort stuff is one of the best i have seen. I recommend taking a car and drive around the island,More
Lovely, but not quite exclusive 5 *
Stayed here in September. We normally sail around the Greek islands, but decided to land base ourselves this time and try Corfu.. Unfortunately a mistake on our part. A pretty disappointing island overall, but once we hired a car - which you will need as this place is out on a limb - we found several beautiful little coves with fantastic restaurants, and lovely harbours to visit. Difficult to review this hotel, as it has lovely and not so lovely qualities. So will do as pro's and con's as seen through my eyes on my recent visit. Have to say though, that on arrival, the hotel lobby/reception is spectacular - but this gives a false impression.... once you delve deeper into the hotel. It likes to think it's 5* and charges 5* prices (€60 for a bottle of pinot - outrageous). Stick to the local house wine - lovely. It has a lovely location on a peninsula, with wonderful views - we had a 3rd floor room - and it trades on this. Room very adequate, nice balcony, but bathroom extremely dated with poor toiletries, terrible warn, small and rough towels/bathrobes, and a hideous shower curtain - not 5* at all and very small. Lovely large swimming pool with plenty of sun-loungers and shades - pool attendant very helpful (but this was Sept) - but pool FREEZING - Why ???? Also pool towels past their best and very threadbare. Adequate bar by pool - but service somewhat lacking. 5* hotel would have the staff coming to you to offer drinks, not the other way round. 5* hotel would offer cold bottled water and fresh fruit, free to relaxing, sunbathing guests. Breakfasts were not enjoyable. We never had a hot coffee in 8 days. And we asked over and over again. We could never sit at a set, clean table, all usually left un-cleared and messy, with staff rushing around everywhere and people waiting to be seated.... why?? Even food in hot buffet trays cold. Cannot comment on other meals, as we always ate out. Hotel offered shuttle bus to Corfu town - twice daily, but for only 2 hours. If you cannot get a seat - tough - they offer no alternative. A round trip by taxi to Corfu town c. € 50. With their fab facilities and position we asked if they offered a water taxi - NO..!! why not - it's the perfect location for it. Even a water taxi to Gouvia - NO. We asked if we could hire a boat - NO - told to speak to reception, reception told us to speak to sports facility. Talk about customer service - non existent here. We asked their help in hiring a car - no good - had to do it ourselves on line. So although we had a lovely holiday - we felt the hotel is not really top notch 5*. More 3/4*. Lots of little silly things that annoyed us - might not annoy another - but there you go. Also - very poor evening entertainment - hence why we always went out. So for the price, and because of it's remote location, wouldn't recommend if you like variety or have a young family, or like to walk to local bars, cafes, restaurants etc. Lovely views though. More
Wendy D, 503866
5 star prices but not facilities!
Let me say that we expect to pay 50 euros or so for a couple of cocktails & beers in a 5* hotel.If you stay in a 5* hotel expect to pay for it, which we willing do.But for this you expect 5* facilities, food and service.Even one of the the a la carte restaurants that charged us 100 euros for two fish [ & then halved the price when we questioned the bill] did not phase us really. But we did object to the sub-standard room which we were located on arrival.Paint peeling off the cupboards, a bed that one person had to climb over to get out, faded and worn drapes, an unsafe iron rail in the bedroom and the worst towels that I have experienced outside a poor 2*. Actually Premier Inn bathrooms are on a par with this, if not better.There was a distinct smell of sewage from the open plughole in the bathroom floor too. I expect 5*rooms to have decent coffee machines, rooms that are not overlooked by another hotel and a walk -in shower - oh and not to have rubbish and bags left outside the room. The hotel is tired. Having visited 10 years ago, I know that some of the rooms have not been updated. It took 3 attempts for the manager to find us a room that we were happy with. The views at this hotel are beautiful, but, hotels these days cannot afford to be complacent. Many of the Grecotels are better than this, We've stayed in them.Whilst I appreciate the wine & the free meal that we were given as compensation, this really should not be necessary in the first place.The chair falling apart under me whilst having breakfast on the last day just about summed up the whole experience!More
Greek 5 Star
We stopped 10 days at the end of September and we’re very impressed with the location of the hotel but a little remote if you like to visit tavernas or bars. We stayed in the hotel rather than the remote bungalows which were accessed down quite a few steps & required a walk to the hotel to eat. (Ok if not raining). Resort in general not suitable for people with disabilities owing to steps around complex. Food was good & varied although could be hotter as generally luke warm. Staff were all excellent & accomodating. Free hotel coach takes you in to Corfu town in the morning & evening but only for 3 hours each time so a little restrictive. Views from complex & pool area were beautiful & very relaxing. We enjoyed our stay & would definitely go back.More
David S, 504150
Not The 5 Star Luxury Anticipated
We have just returned from a week at the Imperial, staying in one of the superior bungalows on a half board basis. The hotel is well maintained by friendly, efficient staff but I'm afraid for us it lacked the 5* wow factor we were hoping for. The reception rooms and the restaurant are somewhat dated, although the view from the pool area across the bay is impressive. In terms of location, we found it to be too isolated, with nothing easily accessible apart from the adjacent Eva Palace hotel (equally uninspiring) and a couple of little tavernas for a change of scenery. The free shuttle bus into Corfu Town was okay but unless you wanted just a flying visit by day or evening, return travel inevitably incurred a €25 taxi fare. We prefer somewhere that you can stroll out from in the evening but sadly this wasn't an option here as there was no "promenade" and the single narrow access road isn't exactly the safest to walk along. We found the choice of food in the buffet restaurant to be both extensive and varied at breakfast and dinner, although none of the food (or the morning tea/coffee) was really hot - lukewarm at best. This isn't unusual for buffet style offerings but the lack of heat was particularly noticeable here. We would have taken the option of eating at one of the a la carte restaurants on site but the combination of ridiculously expensive menus and the meagre allowance of only €12 per head made this a very costly alternative which almost no-one took, causing the restaurants to be empty and soulless. Similarly, the hotel bar attracted very few people in the evenings due to the crazy prices (€10.50 for a G&T, €7 for a large beer, €4.40 for a can of coke) and as a result the "entertainment" were often playing to no more than a dozen people and everything was over by 10.30pm each night. Whilst we fully expected hotel bar prices to be higher than outside, they were unjustifiably excessive and in our view were merely intended to exploit the hotel's monopoly position in such an isolated location. Unfortunately we are unlikely to return to the Imperial. The location was just too remote and the hotel lacked the 5* wow factor to justify the 5* prices. More
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