The renovated LTI Louis Grand is in a peaceful spot overlooking one of the best beaches in Corfu. You’re not out on a limb here, either – cabs are available and the hotel runs a limited bus service into Corfu Town.
The hotel’s pool is an L-shaped affair, which looks out on olive groves to one side and the sea to the other. There’s a snack bar, too.
The main restaurant, Figaretto, rustles up buffet breakfasts and dinners, and has a terrace perched above the gardens. There are also theme nights spotlighting Italian and Greek cuisine. Plus, you can eat in the new Asian restaurant once per stay, by reservation.
Bedrooms are dressed in neutral colours, and come with new satellite TVs and new balcony furniture. It’s worth paying extra for a sea-view room - Glyfada beach faces west, so you’re treated to grandstand views as the sun goes down. For more space, meanwhile, opt for a family room.
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|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
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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With sunbeds, parasols and pool towels.
Hotel-run kids' club
For kids aged 5 to 12 years, 6 times a week.
Figaretto buffet restaurant
Offering breakfast and dinner at Figaretto, with a separate buffet on offer just for the kids. Highchairs are available.
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We first stayed here in 2000 and returned 13 years later in September 2013! The hotel has undergone major refurbishment and there is also a new Asian restaurant. It's right on the beach (lots of sunloungers here) but there is also plenty of lounging room in and around the hotel, either by the pool (which is a bit limited as people put their towels on the beds but don't use them!), or in the gardens. Yes there are wasps but to be honest you just wave them out of the way, not really a big problem. Well worth having a sea-view room, the sunsets are beautiful, but the balcony did get very hot, luckily we had some shade as we had a corner room, which was spacious and very clean. The area has developed since we were last there and some of the other bars/cafes were expensive but as the food within the hotel was excellent we didn't need to go elsewhere. The hotel is situated at the bottom of a steep hill so walking around is limited but if you are reasonably fit it is worth the walk to Pelekas village which is 4km away. There is also a hotel bus into Corfu Town. The evening entertainment wasn't to our tastes but do listen to the 'three tenors'. Would highly recommend this hotel, great for relaxing but activites and trips to do if you want.More
This hotel is absolutely amazing, we are going back on 19th May and it can't come quick enough. There is only one thing to fault it, no free wifi. But hopefully will be returning for many years we loved it, so relaxing.More
jackiecooper, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
Lovely Hotel shame about the wasps!
We stayed here from 18 October prior to cruising on Thomson Majesty. The hotel is lovely, spotlessly clean and on a beautiful beach. Sunbeds seemed to fill up before breakfast with the same people having the same beds each day. However there are more than enough on the beach. The food was excellent plenty of choice and of a high standard. We took the courtesy bus to Corfu Town which was well worth the visit. Other than that we didnt find the need to move from the hotel. We had read all the reports before we went about the wasps and thought it might have been an exageration. It wasnt they are dreadful, you could not eat any meal outside as they were all around. The buffet at the beach was just full of them, some even in the food. The thing is there didnt appear to be anything done about them. We have holidayed in the Carribean and Egypt and they are always out either spraying or smoking the insects and you never see any there. I do not know why they dont do something we did see one zapper at the beach restaurant which didnt do anything but other than that they were just left to get on with it. Surely with everyone saying the same thing steps could be taken to deal with them. They were the only fly in the ointment if you pardon the pun! Our second week was spent cruising on Thomson Majesty and I would say the food in the hotel was every bit as good as on the cruise.More
I just realised I haven't reviewed this great hotel yet and we visited last June, it was because a friend who is going to book was asking me what I thought of it and it reminded me to review it !! This Hotel is lovely. The position on the beach is outstanding. Its a beautiful beach. You really don't need to leave the Hotel is you are looking just to chill. The food is really good, very varied, and good quality food. There is a beautiful courtyard if you are lucky enough to get a table there, its really lovely. The dining room staff are really good, and very helpful. The rooms are lovely too , we had a family room with an extra bed area with privacy doors in, which was great for my Mum as me and my Daughter shared the main part of the room. I wasn't so keen on the entertainment though, but I guess most entertainment in the Hotels are about the same. The other gripe was as its such a big Hotel and chain the WiFi should be free, we shouldn't have to pay for WiFi. But I have and would definitely recommend this Hotel , it's lovely. We also stayed in a Louis in Zante which was fab too.More
Good, could have been better.
I enjoyed the holiday, and the hotel was lovely, but there were a lot of flaws! The trip into the hotel was quite rough, so if you are a poor traveller, you may wish to reconsider this hotel! When we arrived at the hotel, we just wanted to go to our rooms, relax and freshen up; especially as my nan had been ill on the minibus ride in. But we were told that our room was not ready, they told us to go for lunch, come back in an hour and it should be ready. So, we went for lunch and returned in an hour. It still was not ready, we got told that we would have to wait another half hour. We finally got to our rooms after an hour and forty-five minutes; also, the two rooms that our party had were half way down the corridor from one another, despite having been booked together. The rooms were however immaculate, they were comfortable and very well done; everything you needed was provided. The restaurants often seemed short staffed; and you would get a different level of service each day. Also, the air-conditioning system could have been better it made me ill. Overall, the hotel was very good, but there was room for improvement; I expect that the service would have been better if had had gone at a peak time.More
Silcoxski, Cwmbran, United Kingdom
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