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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Food & Drink
|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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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.
The hotel runs the club 6 times a week, for kids aged 4 to 12 years.
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Cant fault it
I did a lot of research before I booked my holiday here and read nothing but great reviews which I can confirm are all true after my visit. The hotel and grounds are kept spotlessly clean by the hardworking staff, the food was lovely, and all the facilities at the hotel are great. The hotel even runs a free bus to Corfu Town, but make sure you book it 2 days in advance as it fills up quickly, but there is a bus stop close to the hotel which runs to Corfu town for just a couple of pounds each way. Corfu Town is well worth seeing. I would definitely hope to return to this hotel in the near future.More
mikey0303, Buxton, Derbyshire
Friendly staff, good facilities, good varied choice of well prepared food, picturesque location, great place to chill out. Only downside was the amount of smoking by the guests on balconies and in the hotel grounds.More
A 5 star approaching to a holiday
Our 11 night holiday started well and just continued to get better. This hotel sets standards that other hotels would do well to emulate. On arrival we were greeted by friendly smiling reception staff who appeared genuinely delighted to see us. (Top tip download the online registration form and fill it in before you go - makes checking in a breeze). We were lucky enough to have a 'swim up' room which was amazing! Large, airy and spotlessly clean. Within minutes a bottle of wine and a fruit platter was delivered to our room. Our next day's meeting with our Thomson Reps was informative and hints and tips were really helpful. Booking trips was easy. The Reps were a credit to Thomson Food throughout our stay was delicious , well cooked and varied. You could eat almost 24/7 if you so wished. There was nightly entertainment for those who wanted it. Good point was that the entertainment was far enough away from the main hotel so as not to be intrusive and always finished at a reasonable hour. The pool and surrounding areas were kept equally as spotless as the rooms and I have never stayed in a hotel with such an abundance of loungers - no need to squabble! The cleaning, waiting and maintenance staff were as friendly and helpful as their 'Front of House' counterparts. Did we have any grumbles - only minor ones that may be a bit picky! 1. There is no free wi-if in any area of the hotel!!!! Purchased wi-if was absurdly expensive and not very good either. 2. Room safes - which are a must - should either be free, have a refundable deposit or a much lower price - surely within a hotel of this standard guest security should be paramount and not come at an inflated price. Finally this hotel is set in a picturesque and remote bay about 30 minutes from Corfu town. The hotel runs a courtesy bus but this needs to be booked in advance and your stay in the town is time limited. A taxi ride is about â¬30 one way. There is a local bus but this only runs a couple of times a day. Therefore if you enjoy getting out and about then the realistic options are car hire or organised trips.More
Jim B, Waterlooville, United Kingdom
We enjoyed a family holiday at the lti Louis Grand, Glyfada 15th- 22nd May 2015. It was the perfect place for us and our children aged 6 and 4. There was nothing we wanted for, lovely pool, beach on the doorstep, gorgeous food (with so much choice) spacious clean family room with sea view (worth paying the extra for sea view - stunning) and the entertainment team topped it off each night. They were brilliant with the children and totally comitted, giving us chance to relax with a drink or two whilst watching. The hotel was only a short distance from the airport (approx 20 mins in a taxi) which was a bonus. The staff were all friendly, conscientious and nothing was too much trouble. We will definately be booking again ...More
Gillian H, Driffield, United Kingdom
Fantastic first family holiday away with our toddler
Overall this hotel was excellent ðð»âï¸ð ð«ð®. We took our nearly three year old and she absolutely loved it (especially the resident mallard duck the chooses to visit the pool most days). If your looking for a pool or safe beach then this is a great place to stay. The food was lovely with lots to choose from. It is in a relatively remote location (which we were looking for) however for a change of scenery the hotel do run a bus to Corfu town twice a day, which we found well worth a visit. There are only a couple of things I can think of to mention worth being aware of: The room safe you have to pay for, this was 3.5 euros per day when we stayed. Perhaps this is normal? I haven't had to pay for this before? If travelling with young family, there is no lock on the inside of the door, if like me for peace of mind at night (to stop wandering children) a door wedge may be useful? The nearest toilet to the restaurant that we could find is about 150 meters away on a different floor, so if with babies or like us during toilet training be prepared! These are in no way criticisms, just something I hope others may find usefulMore
andy19842015, Dorset, United Kingdom
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