We have recently returned from our 4th holiday at the Louis Grand. For us it is the perfect get away. It is quiet, the food is of a very high standard, the beach is very safe for swimming and the staff very friendly and obliging.
Obviously the hotel does not cater for every one's taste as it is out on a limb with nothing else there. However there is a free shuttle bus service into Corfu town and numerous tours which can be booked through the various holiday reps.
We have selected the Louis Grand as a place where we can go and simply chill out for the duration of the holiday and we will without doubt return in the future.
Thank you to all the staff and management.
Regards from Mr A Green & Mrs B SandersMore
Adrian G, Taunton, United Kingdom
Great for Relaxing
Resently returned from the Louis Grand which we found to be a very smart clean and friendly the food was very good and plentyfull with a different cocktail each evening waiting for us on entering the dining room. The rooms were a good size and well looked after by the cleaning staff. A large swimming pool with seperate kiddies pool. There were also swim-up rooms separate from the main pool. The only down side for us was the fact that although the hotel is in a beutiful bay there is nowhere to walk to. A realy great place to chill out with the safe beach just at the end of the garden, it's a good place for rest and relaxation.More
Peterschup, Bourne, United Kingdom
my personal opinion is dont stay here! if you dont like wasps and the smell of sewers then this is no place to stay
A very disappointing stay, we stayed from the 3rd October for two weeks, are first 3 days was horrendous with heavy rain thunder &lightning there was nothing at all to do in the hotel except sit in the lounge bored! The satellite tv is 10 channels all in Greek, when it did brighten up I was unable to go out on to the beach due to the infestation of wasps they were everywhere including in area where you eat lunch so was also unable to have lunch, on my third day I went for a massage in the spa! This turned out to be a room about 10 foot by 6 foot plain nothing like what it looks like in the brochure! It was at the back of the gym which although it says no children there were several in there running around screaming, we were never told that it was the end of season so most places were closed down meaning there was absolutely nothing to do, a maid brought water round each day but never waited for a response to whether you were in your room or not and would just come barging in, our room was basic being promised a mountain view we ended up with the car park that was just above the lobby which meant lots of noise and very early wake up calls with coaches and human traffic, are room wasn't cleaned on a few occasions and when it was it wasn't until after 3pm which upset a few of the elderly guests as they went able to go for a nap. My last warning is the hotel shop! I purchased a pair of earrings and a ring for 74â¬ I was told they were silver after less than 24 hours wear my finger and ears turned green, when I took them back I was told they don't do refunds even though my goods were faulty, not somewhere I would recommend to anyone I couldn't wait to get home.More
Corrine P, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom
This hotel was renamed (possibly called the Regency) when the LTI group took over. The restaurant serves a good selection of food at breakfast, lunch & dinner. It caters for all tastes but I would say that it is not quite 4* quality food. If you live off burgers and chips then do not come here. Some are available occasionally but mostly there is lots of meat, veges & salads.
The swim up pools are a lovely addition but beware if the filter pump breakdown. We had 3 & half days out of a weeks holiday when it would have been nasty to use them. They were covered in all sorts of dead flying insects, the bottom of the pool was littered with the same & there was a film over the surface of the pool.
We also were put into Junior Swim up Suite Room 122. This room is considerably smaller than other suites. It is not a suite as there were no comfy sofas to sit on at the pool end of the room. We had to shout to get 2 armchairs in the room. The excuse for not having the sofas was- "this suite is smaller than the others". The only other chairs were hard outdoor patio chairs & sunbeds.
Because the room is smaller than other you also miss out on a second wardrobe with shelves to put your clothes. So we had no real place for T shirts, underwear & swimming kit except the bottom of the coffee table that was pushed against the wall as it didn't serve any other purpose.
The beach is lovely and clean and any all inclusive guest does not pay for sunbeds or umbrellas. The bar service at all points was good and the food in the Asian Restaurant was great. This is available for 1 booking per holiday.More
lindacatlover, Derby, United Kingdom
This hotel is probably the best hotel we have ever stayed in. We stayed for 2 weeks from 26 September to 10th October. The hotel itself, the grounds, the food and the staff all made this a fantastic place to be for our 2 week holiday. The hotel is off the beaten track but for a relaxing holiday everything you would need is right there at the hotel. There is a free shuttle bus from the hotel into Corfu town which takes about 25-30 minutes. Our room was a swim-up room (room 119)
It was very peaceful and well appointed. In our room on arrival were a bottle of red wine, bottles of beer and soft drinks and also sandwiches, cakes - all compliments of the hotel.The food as I have mentioned earlier was really very good and you would have to be a very very fussy eater not to find anything to your liking. There is also an Asian restaurant which you can book through reception once a week and the food there was also fantastic. There was entertainment every night - which on the whole was good. On a couple of occasions we took the free shuttle bus in to Corfu at 4.15 in the afternoon (there is no free return bus after this) where we enjoyed seeing Corfu Town at night and having a meal there. A taxi back from Corfu Town to the hotel is between 30-35 Euros. Would definitely recommend this hotel but for a quiet relaxing holiday.More
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