Atlantica Grand Mediterraneo Resort & Spa  

The adult-focussed Atlantica Grand Mediterraneo Resort & Spa offers up luxurious looks and a dramatic cliffside setting.

The Atlantica Grand Mediterraneo Resort & Spa is spread out across acres of cliffside forest. It looks out over Ermones Beach, you there's a footpath you can take, or the hotel’s funicular lift will take you down to the shore.

The hotel’s facilities have a luxe feel. The pool’s got its own boardwalk. Rooms are dressed in designer neutrals. Then there’s the gourmet à la carte restaurant, which serves up panoramic views.

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Full Board

Buffet breakfast 07.00-11.00, lunch 13.00-14.00 and dinner 19.00-21.30.   

Half Board

Buffet breakfast 07.00-11.00 and dinner 19.00-21.30.   

All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast 07.00-11.00, lunch 13.00-14.00 and dinner 19.00-21.30, with 1 dinner in the beach à la carte restaurant. Picnic baskets for days out.  Unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00 and hot drinks. Tea and coffee 16.30-17.30  Hot and cold snacks 10.00-18.00, midnight snacks 23.00-24.00, unlimited ice-cream by the cone 10.00-18.00, biscuits 16.30-17.30.

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Spa*

Designed to relax your muscles and rejuvenate your spirit, the spa has 8 treatment rooms.

Outdoor pool

A spacious and luxurious pool comes complete with great views and a boardwalk. The surrounding sun terrace is dotted with sunbeds and parasols if you'd rather lie back and soak up the sun.

Vertigo Mediterranean à la carte restaurant*

This al fresco restaurant serving up gourmet, Mediterranean cuisine looks out over the beach and cliffs. Open Monday to Saturday, 6 days a week. You'll need to book in advance to eat here.

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double room with limited sea view

Double room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3, with a double or twin beds and a sofa-bed. Room has a LCD satellite TV, minibar on request, sofa or armchair, marble bathroom and is located away from the main building.

double room with mountain view

Double room with mountain view sleeps up to 3, with a double or twin beds, and a sofa-bed. Room has a LCD satellite TV, minibar on request, sofa or armchair, marble bathroom and is located away from the main building.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Simply brilliant!

This was a late booking and it was worth every penny luxury from start to finish I have stayed in many hotels all over the world and this is five star the food is buffet style and if you are not full it's your own fault as the staff will make sure you have anything you wish The staff are just excellent friendly and helpful and really nice throughout If possible I would avoid travelling with Thompson as the only downside to the whole holiday was a trip we booked and the minibus had broken seats a leaking skylight and no aircon It was the end of the season and we did have rain but also some nice sunny days It was far better than the rubbish we booked in santorini in September which we gave an honest review about and fellow guests under the name "tracker" felt the need to comment upon we felt dishonestly That is not what i think trip advisor is about Stay at the Grand Med if you like refinement and are a little bit more upper class and you will enjoy it very much More

Marcia B, Sheffield, United Kingdom

Glorious sunsets, wonderful staff and food to die for

Just sitting in the foyer of the hotel following our second visit. The two weeks have flown by. The staff here are second to none in particular the waiting staff and the bar manager as well as the host (an incredibly welcoming and charismatic character by the name of Pavlos). The setting, high on an inlet/cove on the coast I'd spectacular. Some parts of the complex can be a bit of a climb if you are immobile but the views make it more than worthwhile. Even at the end of the season, the entertainment was good and the food offered a huge choice for all tastes. Bar service is good and the rooms have good views and are well kitted out with amazingly comfortable beds.There aren't many places where I visit and would definitely return to....but this is one. You will love it (0:More

IanMcLoone, Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom

Nice hotel, great location

We stayed there for 2 weeks between Sept 23 and Oct 6. The staff of the hotel is really great, from the reception to the bar, restaurant, animation team, everyone is nice and friendly. The location is stunning, when you're sitting around the pool, you're between the blue sky, the mountain and the sea. However, there's not a lot to do outside of the hotel, so you may want to rent a car to drive around. We were approaching the end of the season, so it was somewhat quiet. Room: the room was very good. We made sure to ask a room in the upper floors, close to the reception, restaurant and pool, and we were really glad we did. If you're in a room down the hill, it's quite a burden to have to go up and down. The lift (funicular) is really slow. But there's a driver in standby the whole day to drive people around when necessary. Still, if you get the choice, I'd advice to get a room in the 100's. Food: all meals are buffet, and there's some show cooking. Quality and variety was really good for the first 1 1/2 week, but the last few days, there were less people and the choice was reduced accordingly, which I found a bit of a pity, especially for the dinner. Activities: for those who like sport and animation, there's a very motivated animation team that can keep you busy a large part of the day. But the nice thing is that there's no push there; the program of the day is available the evening before, and if you want to participate, you just go to the meeting point. The major negative point for us was the swimming pool. It was incredibly cold; in the 2 weeks we were there, we almost never see anyone in it (and the one who did, did not stay for long!). This is really a pity, as the pool is large and deep enough to really swim if you like to. All in all a good experience, although objectively the Atlantica Imperial resort in Rhodes was somewhat above this one.More

Eric R, Liège, Liege, Belgium

A great stay!

We stayed here in September this year and really enjoyed the stay. From the minute we walked into the hotel we were welcomed and the staff couldn't do enough. The reception staff are very friendly, I can't remember all the names but they all did a superb job! My advice to anyone staying here, try speaking a little Greek. It's not hard to learn some simple phrases like hello, please and thank you. The staff appreciate it. When we arrived it was my partners birthday, they made a big fuss and we booked into the restaurant down on the beach. We were then taken to our room by one of the golf buggies and had the rundown of the resort. The room itself was great, clean and spacious and the bathroom was modern and clean. The view from the balcony was great, we had a sea view as well as being able to see the mountain. We couldn't complain about it. We had wi-fi in the room as well which was handy, although not so important was we were on holidays after all! We had our meal at the restaurant on the beach in the night which was great. They presented a cake with happy birthday on it and the end of the meal along with a bottle of sparkling wine. The staff couldn't do enough and even sang happy birthday. I thought this was great and very thoughtful. We thoroughly enjoyed the food and had no complaints. We spent most of our time on the beach as we found there was a problem with wasps, but as we knew this would be an issue we were not surprised. We found they were not as bad on the beach. A lot of people flapped around and this just made it worse for them. I don't think the hotel can do anything about it. Don't let it ruin your stay. We ate inside in the evenings for food and there was always a lot of choice for food, fresh and changed daily. I think everyone will find something to eat and enjoy. The staff again are fantastic, you are greeted at the door and shown to your seat. Again try learning greek for good morning and afternoon etc etc. The staff really make you feel welcome. The hotel is located a fair trek away from anything so it is quiet, we took a trip into Corfu town twice and really enjoyed it, lots of shops selling the usual tourist stuff but some local stuff too. We were fortunate to have a taxi driver who gave us a quick tour of the area as we drove through. He recommended places to look at and was very informative. The Greek people are great and very friendly, take the time to talk with them and you will enjoy your holiday so much more. Overall I can't fault the stay here, the staff really make this hotel superb, it's all about the experience and nothing was too much trouble for them. Yes, you could find fault with it but you are there to enjoy yourself so relax and enjoy it. We would book to come back again. Thank you to all the staff for making it a great holiday! (I would recommend the all inclusive package, and if you can stretch to it a room with your own pool is great! The cocktails are great, but strong!)More

Craig_422, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Relax & Forget

After a busy, lively, noisy, frustrating, expensive week on the Thomson Majesty (Aegean Delights) admittedly it was towards the end of the Greek holiday season (October), but It was a necessary pleasure to stay for 7 nights in the Grand Mediterraneo Resort & Spa in Ermones & relax & contemplate the cruise experience and the over priced, mismanaged shore excursions as well, but that it a separate story too be told! The Mediterraneo, if looking for piece & tranquility is set in the hills in Ermones on the west coast of Corfu and is delightful, with a bay & sandy/pebbly beach on the Ionion sea. There are 3 tavernas of which one is associated to the hotel. The beach is reasonably clean, but maybe due to the time of year (October) there is plenty of sea grass floating around & washed up on the beach. Accessibility is via the steep pathways, road, 558 steps or via the cable car (Funicular). There is also a small supermarket & taverna half way down the road at the entrance to the hotel. There are a minimal amount of activities available, but the gym & spa facilities are very good at this time of year as there are not many guests! Our room 101 was excellent, spacious, very clean with all the facilities and with an amazing view of the surrounding hills and an amazing view of the beach, sea with the sunset. The only issue was the TV had very limited English channels (2) but not there too watch TV!! We decided to upgrade from half board to all inclusive and this was proven after 6 days to be a wise decision, taking into consideration the cost savings of €200. The food in all the restaurants is of a very high standard & plentiful & we enjoyed a complimentary meal in the beach restaurant for our 30th wedding anniversary. The staff are all welcoming & very polite & if you attempt some Greek words & phrases they are very appreciative of your efforts & this is proven beneficial in the service provided! Overall & taking into consideration the weather for the week was dry & the temperature was in mid - late 70's & dry, it was a most welcomed, relaxing & an enjoyable stay & thoroughly recommended. AS FOR THE CRUISE on the Majesty, and the Aegean Delights, well that as earlier is a different story... From the airport to the ship was smooth as was it from the ship to the hotel. But the ship was far to crowded with most of the sun beds were reserved by 7am, yes 7am! In particular one group of people (6) reserved the same beds everyday even when going on shore excursions, and the Germans are bad, please! The food was repetitive,and not of a great standard and as for the overworked staff, they were obviously tired & just waiting for the season to finish as the service on occasions was not attentive, but this was to be expected in October I think! As for our room 614 on the the Majesty deck (6) we had upgraded to this deluxe room & yet as a double room we had 6 inches to walk between the bed & the cabinets which resulted in bruising on legs. There were a limited amount of children on board, but they running around the ship, in the corridors & pressing the lift buttons continually on every floor. I think it was Scottish half term? On one occassion an elderly person was knocked over, but was ok. The ship was noisy throughout & in particular the night (2am) with drinking fans who insisted on attempting to start drinking at the earliest opportunity (9am) & throughout the day & night taking advantage of their drinks package on board. As for the shore excursions managed by Thomson, well Thomson you need to rethink your offers. As on Mykonos (Panoramic & Wine), this was £72, started to early (8.30am) should be 9.30ish as there was no one around and for 4 hours and we stopped for 10mns at 2 beaches, 30 mins at a church with expensive coffee (€7) & a vineyard!! Which was a complete waste of time. As for Piraeus/Athens (Acropolis), this £98, started to late at 9.30 at the busiest time of the day, it took 1hr & we stopped once at Olympia for 10mns, barely time for a photo! When we reached the Acropolis, the guide recommended everyone used the toilet before commencing our climb to the top, we the lost a lady and when we finally made our way and got to the top we were prevented from entering because it was too busy! When we eventually got to view the Parthanon etc we only had 45mns, so split from the main group to view everything else which the group did not get to see. We then returned to the coach & straight back to the ship, 4 hrs, this should be 6 hrs & everyone on the trip agreed & we're not impressed with the excursion or the guide. We decided to tour Piraeus/Athens for the remainder of the day on a hop on/hop off coach & saw so much more for a fraction of the cost! As for Katakalon & Ancient Olympia, well all I can say is, what a shambles, 4 hrs & did not see half of Ancient Olympia or the Museum as the tour guide admitted we needed more time, this again should have been 6 hrs! Will for future reference, research each destination location & go it alone & not line Thomsons share holders pockets with our hard eraned money on excursions that are not 'VALUE FOR MONEY'More

MrGraham290364, MIDSOMER NORTON

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