LTI Louis Grand Hotel  

Slotted between forested mountains and one of the best beaches in Corfu, the LTI Louis Grand Hotel’s big pull is its peaceful setting.

Pretty panoramas are a dime a dozen here – everything from the pool to the restaurant terraces overlook the sandy beach. Most of the rooms are treated to sea views, too.

TripAdvisor awarded the LTI Louis Grand Hotel a Certificate of Excellence in 2013. It was completely renovated for 2012, adding a new Asian restaurant and luxurious swim-up rooms.

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    A Class
  • 7Floors
  • 247Rooms
  • 3Lifts


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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Locally produced alcoholic beverages and soft drinks. Afternoon tea and coffee.  Snacks, ice-cream, cakes and biscuits.

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Outdoor pool

The pool runs parallel to the gold-sand beach on one side and spotless gardens along the other. Sunbeds and parasols line the pool too, plus pool towels are available.

Figaretto buffet restaurant

Offering breakfast and dinner at Figaretto, with a separate buffet on offer just for the kids. Highchairs are available.

Kids' club

The hotel runs the club 6 times a week, for kids aged 5 to 12 years.

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twin room with limited sea view

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to three, with twin beds, an extra bed and a bath with shower.

twin room with mountain view

Twin room with mountain view sleeps up to three, with a safety deposit box at a charge. Cots are available.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Excellent Holiday

Had summer hols there with wife & 9 year old daughter. Great pool, fantastic restaurant for meals in the evening on the balcony. Waitress staff a bit forgetful but the maitre d was brilliant at keeping them on their toes. Beer was good, brandy a bit wishywashy. Food good for all inc. would I go back, yes!More

ratbag_12, Dundee, United Kingdom

Food Glorious Food.

This was our third consecutive visit to the Louis Grand Hotel and we have already booked again for June 2015. Not a lot to say about this remarkable beach front hotel that hasn't already been said in recent reviews. The hotel did have a new food and beverages manager for 2014 and there was a noticeable improvement in food quality, presentation and service. So for all you beach lovers that want a hotel with excellent staff, from the general manager to the cleaners, excellent food and drink, and a location to die for, why would you want to go anywhere else.More

taylormade4u, stoke-on-trent

amazing twice.

Got back from Louis Grand few weeks ago which i visited with my 2 little girls last year and loved so much this time i took my girls,my sister,my niece,nieces' friend and my mum and dad.We all had a fab time even during the thunder storm on the first kids still went in the it holiday madness.the staff were brilliant again and remembered us from our first visit.the entertainment day and night was great fun,the food was of a very high standard and the hotel itself is just beautiful with an amazing private beach.we had family suites this time which were great on the ground floor with a private patio.the wasps were still there but we chose to ignore them.we will be back again again and holiday EVER!!!More

nikkybKnaresborough, knaresborough

Third time still lucky - just as we expected

For the last couple of years we have spent a week in late May at this lovely hotel. This year other arrangents prevented this, but after returning from an August trip to Mexico with son and his children, we thought an October trip to the Louis on our own was called for and well deserved. The First Choice flight was its usual cramped purgatory, but tolerable, just, for a short flight. Transfer arrangements were efficient. I was lovely to arrive and be welcomed as old friends. Having downloaded and filled in the online firm, check in was quick; I don't understand why more people don't do this. We booked a swim up room, as we loved this last time, and having asked for one where the sun hit the decking as early as possible, we were duly given the ideal one, and were also greeted with a bottle of wine and sweets and fruit and beer and soft drinks in the minibar Thank you Elena! The rooms are large with lots of storage space, the beds are quite hard which we like, and the bathroom this time had real soap as well as the dispenser. Lots of towels and a bathrobe and slippers. One thing I really loved was the colour of the paint in the room. I am not much of a one for grey normally, but this grey was warm and subtle, changing as the light fell differently. I felt like chipping a bit off to take hime for a Dulux colour match (but didn't!). The swim up pool was a lot warmer in October than in May, quite a bonus and the sea was warm. The weather was wonderful for the first four days, then became overcast with showers. However we were able to nip in and out to our deck whenever the sun came out which helped. We love the food at the hotel, as usual some wonderful items, Though I have to say that the breakfast eggs are not a strong point. The scrambled egg, my favourite, was always overcooked, and I simply do not understand why omelettes and fried eggs cannot be cooked to order, as is done in most good hotels; on the other hand the eggy bread (french toast) was excellent. I do like Worcestershire sauce with my breakfast; this was not available but as soon as I mentioned this to Vlassis,, the food and beverage manager, it appeared every morning. Well done Vlassis. Also I did miss the lovely feta and olive breads we had enjoyed on previous visits, however the choice is extensive with many interesting Greek delicacies. Outdoor lunches at the beach restaurant were delightful; both there and at the restaurant in the evening we enjoyed some terrific dishes, grilled sardines, superb whitebait, (twice), incredible batter on white fish, rabbit stifado, excellent roast lamb and pork, top notch moussaka, typical Greek cheese, spinach, leak pies and lots more. The choice of food was sufficiently tempting for my veggie-ness to lapse occasionally into carnivore activity. The house wine both red and white seemed different from previously and better. The sparkling italian wine was particularly enjoyable. We also visited the Asian restaurant, lovely salad and sushi, super noodles. Charming ambience and service. The evenings were usually warm enough for us to enjoy dinner on the restaurant terrace with its stunning views and as we are not bothered about evening entertainment, we tended to sit on the bar's terrace chatting to friends. Costas and his colleagues produce some excellent cocktails, the all inclusive list is very generous. On the downside, bearing in mind the hotel's star rating , paying for WIfI in your room is irritating, but at least it worked well, also not good having to pay for a safe, but as we are now equipped with our own travel ' Pacsafe' this did not affect us. So another excellent holiday. One outstanding feature of the hotel is the friendliness of absolutely all the staff. It is so common to find nice reception people but grumpy barmen, friendly waiters but miserable reception, but here Demetrios, Sabine, Costa and Co. on reception, Vassilis and Vlassis in the restaurant plus Dina and Caterina and the rest of their lovely waiting staff, and Costas and his barmen are all delighfully friendly and helpful. We love the Grand Louis Glyfada because we knew exactly what we are going to get there, and what we get makes us very happy.More

MissFitts, Bedford

Just as good as first time

We stayed for our second time in August and had another fantastic holiday. Completely relaxing with good food and beautiful weather as always. Holiday made even better by being upgraded to a swim up room on arrival which was a real stroke of luck. This added a touch of luxury, having our own sunbeds and pool to swim in on the hot afternoons. The swim up rooms are a bit of a walk from the bar but for the first week you get a fridge full of free soft drinks and beer which softens the blow! Not a problem really. The evenings are quiet but we went prepared with games and cards and had quality family time playing with our teenagers who were quite happy too. Compared to last year the beach had been flattened out so there were more sunbeds available and although we went at peak time there was never any problem getting a bed. A very good chain of hotels - we are going to the Imperial Beach in Cyprus next year and hope for a great time.More

Sarah A, London, United Kingdom

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