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.   

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.

Half Board

Buffet breakfast 07.00-11.00 and dinner 19.00-21.30.   

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Spa*

The spa has 8 treatment rooms, it's designed to relax your muscles and rejuvenate your spirit.

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 mountain view

Double room with mountain view sleeps up to three, with a double or twin beds, and a sofa-bed. Rooms are lavishly styled, with marble floors and crisp white linens. 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 sea view

Double room with sea view sleeps up to three, 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.

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One of the nicest hotels in Corfu

The GM is a lovely hotel. The rooms are good quality and certainly had a good night's sleep (watch out for the blackout curtains, you can sleep all day without realising it!) Didn't spend much time by the pool, preferred the beach which is beautiful. The food was really good quality and absolutely loads of choice. The service in the restaurant was good, we always tried to get a table with Aris who was fantastic, nothing was too much trouble. and he recommended some excellent local wines. The service around the bar in the evenings was also top notch - good choice of drinks and friendly staff. Watch out for the mountain lift - it's a but quirky and you never know if it's actually going to stop on your floor or not. Sometimes you had to ride all the way down and then come back up again so the doors would actually open! All in all a very nice hotel, would give 4*+ as excellent facilities and good atmosphereMore

Nial M, London, United Kingdom

A truly unforgettable place

My girlfriend and I travelled to Ermones in September and stayed at the Grand Mediterraneo. From the start the service at the front desk was fantastic. I got the impression they would do anything for you. Being given a glass of champagne on arrival helps too! The pool area is a lovely place to relax and nice and tranquil with only a very brief interruption by the poolside entertainer. This was minor and certainly nothing that detracts from the peaceful atmosphere. The food... oh the food. We ate each and every night as though it was our last on the planet. I have never eaten so much food in my entire life. The variety and quality on offer had to be taken advantage of! There were so many different dishes (with different themes each day). Breakfasts were lovely and sitting outside in the shade was just pure bliss. One thing to note, there are a lot of reviews on here that mention wasps. Yes, there are quite a few wasps here but in all honesty (and this may be down to the time of year we visited), they really didn't pose a problem at all. They weren't hostile and generally if you waved them away they wouldn't come back. Again, certainly nothing that we would have let detract from our holiday. If wasps freak you out then just eat inside. Our room (301) was probably one of the best rooms available. It sits right on the corner of the apartment block and is higher than most which meant the view was absolutely breathtaking. Our balcony had a panoramic view of the sea and surrounding mountains. Absolutely beautiful. Rooms were clean with comfortable beds and modernised shower/bath facilities. I noticed quite a few people complaining about the lift and the stairs. We never had an issue with the lift itself but in all honestly we were grateful for the walk some nights. Most nights in fact... did I mention we ate loads of food? : ) The beach isn't anything to write home about. It's a shingle beach but perfect if all you want to do is take a quick dip and perhaps have a drink or two at the bar. I believe it's shared with a neighbouring hotel and as a result sometimes it can get quite busy. There is a beautiful sand beach 2km south of this resort called Glyfada which is said to be the best beach on Corfu island. Sadly we never went there but it does look lovely. Next time perhaps. The Spa facilities were a little run-down to be honest. The jacuzzi was broken and wall panels were hanging due to maintenance. The actual treatment itself was relaxing and just what we both needed. We had a couples massage which was lovely. Lastly, the waiters, managers and bar staff were all incredibly kind and attentive. They really did make our time here one of the most enjoyable. We had a fantastic holiday and really could not fault this resort. Once we've checked off our list of places to go we'll be back! A big thank you to everyone at the Grand Mediterraneo for your hospitality. Carly & DavidMore

David H,

Great food, great restaurant staff, awful beach, awful spa, average room

On the plus side the food is excellent and the restaurant staff wonderful. The entertainment was very good, especially the group doing Beverley Sisters style music. It was great to have free wifi in the room. On the negative side the spa was awful...a broken music cd that kept repeating the same broken passage over and over again was just put back in the player over and over again. The therapist's long nails made the massage very painful and I was bruised after where she had 'insisted' on what she called a 'problem' spot. The room had no view at all of the sea and no room cleaning service was provided at all on one day of our stay. The lift (fairly essential for the steep climb up from the beach) was out of order during our stay. The beach is awful. You have to pay for a lounger or just sit on the 'sand' that looks grey like ground concrete. The front desk staff were unhelpful. Would never want to return again. Very disappointed. This was certainly not the beautiful Corfu I remembered visiting years back. The only walk the front desk staff could suggest was a 10 minute clamber over rocks down a dirt track by the beach that came to a dead end. The pool area is very nice but the pool unheated and extremely cold. The sun loungers have seen better days and lack cushions making them fairly uncomfortable.More

Azra_8, Gloucester, United Kingdom

Relaxing Escape from the kids

This was mine and my wife's first holiday from our 3 year old and although I missed her like crazy this place was perfect to escape children and just chill out.... Room very modern and functionable, beds soooooo comfy, cleanliness exceptional, staff very friendly all through the hotel. I really struggle to find any negatives, they even offer a taxi service around the grounds as it is on a hill, we didnt experience any issues with the lift. Beach is average but has a lovely breeze and is nice and quiet. Lots of negatives about the food and yes is a little repetitive but what do you expect from a buffet? It was good quality food, cooked well and presented well.......very impressed and if we are brave enough to leave our daughter then we will return!!More

imps1208, Oxfordshire

Great location, Fantastic Staff but not perfect..

Myself and my partner stayed at this property during the last week of August. Our intention was to have the most stress free and relaxing holiday as possible, so we elected this 5 star property on a half board basis through Thomson. We arrived in the early hours of the morning to be greeted by smiling and pleasant reception staff, and we're offered the option to upgrade our room to a private pool room, and upgrade our board basis to All Inclusive. The service throughout our stay was exemplary, and special mention must be made of Pavlos in the restaurant. From his jokes as he seated us at dinner to his recommendations on where to visit when we toured the island by hire car, he is not just a credit to the hotel, but to the whole of the hospitality industry. The food at breakfast, lunch and dinner was of very high quality and varied, although some of the dishes were a little repetitive by the end of the week. Our pool room was nicely furnished and the lounger and terrace idyllic for lazing away the week and working on our tans. We only used the main pool once. We think the all inclusive package was good value as every afternoon and evening we had many cocktails and drinks, which had we been half board, would have led to a pricey bar tab. The evening entertainment was a little samey on many of the nights, but our highlights were the Gala Evening (fireworks and free ice cream cake), and the Greek themed night. Now to the downsides: Every single meal we ate outside, without exception, was disturbed by wasps. Sometimes the staff burnt powder to deter them, but not always. We also viewed several wasps nests around the property. It most definitely detracted from our enjoyment of the property. The beach in comparison to others in the med is nothing special. There isn't sand but a mix of gravel/ dirt which is not particularly nice to sunbathe on. I know this is no fault of the management, but the quality of the fixtures and fitting on the beach is. It almost felt like a different hotel as the loungers seemed dated and cheap compared to those by the pool. Finally, the check out process could be more polished. We had a late flight and had to vacate our rooms many hours before in the morning. Our lasting impression of the property was therefore not the best. I am sure it would not be too difficult to have a dedicated/furnished facility within the main hotel itself so that guests would leave having a better memory of the last few moments on the property. In conclusion, a lovely hotel in a stunning location with exceptional staff. We believe it is worth the upgrade to the pool room and to an All Inclusive Board basis. The manège to do however have to sort out the wasps, the poor facilities on the beach, and the chaotic process for late check outs.More

597marcg, London, England, United Kingdom

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