Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great place to have your family enjoy their vacatiPosted Aug 8, 2012
Pros: Very clean, excecellent location, beach,activities,
Cons: Distance from town.
Location: Excellent location,
Very classy hotel. Food was very good. Breakfast, one of the best. Service second to none. Beach was very nice. Lots of activities in the area. Close to lots of action.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Boston, Mass
Akrotiri Hotel on the island of Corfu in GreecePosted Jul 19, 2011 on Hotels.com
Akrotiri is located outside of Corfu town, which works just fine if you have a car rental. The setting of the hotel is just beautiful, and with a superior room the view is outstanding. You're looking out at the sea, rocks, grottoes, etc..-- just wonderful. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The breakfast, which is included, offered quite a variety of plentiful food choices. The pool area was very enjoyable with a restaurant and bar right there -- very reasonable princing. This area also afforded beautiful views of the sea. On a few nights one can also enjoy live entertainment. My husband and I would definitely return to the Akrotiri.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Dallas,Tx
Beautiful areaPosted Aug 11, 2010
The hotel and its location were perfect. No matter where your room is located , you have a great view ! There is a beach right in front on one side, the other side has a small cliff area to lay out and swim on( both beautiful). The hotel itself is very nice, great breakfast, internet in the lobby, and bus stop in front of hotel. Bars and restaurants within walking distance. We loved the hotel, we definitely go back or tell others about it. Staff was very nice. Place was very clean
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Alameda, CA
Perfectly Situated Beach HotelPosted Aug 7, 2010 on Hotels.com
Akrotiri is pretty far off the beaten path, but the beach is amazing so it's worth the haul. Check-in was seamless, and I always love being able to check in early, though I know it can't always be an option. With 24 hours on this lovely island, I checked in and immediately went down to the beach for breakfast. There are a few options, and Corfu provided the cheapest food I found in Greece. Once sated, I rented a power boat for the day and tooled around. What a great option! Right there on the Akrotiri beach, you can rent a little power boat where you can drop anchor wherever you want. I did this, and swam to a neighboring beach bar. I also took a swim at the private beach for hotel guests. It's rocky (no sand), but gorgeous, and quiet. I finished off the daylight hours enjoying a cocktail on the beach. The service was fantastic, location excellent. The only downside was the dinner at the hotel (not included). It wasn't delicious, and felt a bit institutional. If I had it to do over again, I'd eat dinner on the beach and go back up to the hotel for drinks on the patio, which were *excellent*.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Ottawa Valley
Highly recommendedPosted Oct 24, 2007
Wonderful views from every room. Each room had a balcony. Great swimming in the ocean. Room and breakfast was excellent.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Edinburgh
Would definately go back again.Posted Aug 1, 2007
Very relaxing holiday. All rooms sea view. Excellent breakfast. Staff very friendly and helpful. Rooms cleaned every day. Four course dinner available at very reasonable rate if you wished to dine in hotel. Bus stop to Corfu town right outside hotel.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
The best views in CorfuPosted Jun 1, 2007
Although this hotel is fairly old and in need of some refurbishment it is still one of the best hotels in Paleocastrista. We were on the top floor and the views were incredible. If you choose this hotel prebook a room on the top 2 floors because the rooms below this looked quite dark. The rooms were very 70s with a built in lights and radio in the bed headboard (which were not working!). It was clean and a decent size however the bed was very hard. The bathroom was standard size and slightly more modern. The best part of our room was the balcony where we spotted dolphins, and the fridge (not a mini bar). The hotel common areas are more modern and very spacious and the staff are friendly and helpful. The breakfast consisted of a selection of breads, Greek yoghurt, cold meats, bacon, eggs and plenty of fruit. We visited the hotel bar, and on 3 occasions the hotel manager bought all his guests a cocktail. The hotel has plenty of bars and restaurants surrounding it. Do not expect a four star hotel because you will be disappointed, it is probably more like a 3 star but I would definitely recommend it for its location and panoramic views.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Indiana
Great View!Posted Jul 16, 2006
The view from our very private terrace was incredible! The hotel sits on its own penninsula, and every room faces the sea.