These swim-up 1-bedroom family rooms have a warm and inviting feel. Light and airy, these sea-view rooms feature modern furnishings, air-conditioning, a fridge, TV, and tea and coffee facilities, bathrobes and slippers. Plus, there's a terrace offering outside space. These sleep 4 in a double bedroom with 2 sofa-beds in the lounge.
Earthy tones and modern furniture give these 1-bedroom family rooms a warm and inviting feel. These light and airy sea-view rooms come with patio doors leading onto a balcony or terrace offering outside space. Additional features include air-conditioning, TV, plus bathrobes and slippers. These sleep 4 in a double bedroom and 2 sofa-beds in the bedroom.
I've just come back from a week stay in this hotel and I'm already missing it! We had a brilliant stay in the Louis Grand and couldn't be happier with the holiday we had. Special thanks for the cake delivered to my room for my birthday, very nice peronsal touch!
The staff were always very friendly, helpful and always had time to say hello and share a smile; they made us feel very welcome. The room we had didn't have the best view but as that was far from the reason we chose to go on holiday this didn't bother us at all, we were just happy that it was a decent sized room and clean!! We had a bottle of water delivered every day which was nice and we weren't fussed about having to pay for the safe.
The food served was great, always hot and a decent variety that we weren't to have the same each night, we especailly loved the cocktails - perfect for sitting back looking out to the beach with :)
There is a free shuttle bus that runs throughout the day, you just have to plan your route back if travelling after roughly 2pm as there isn't a bus back. This didn't trouble us too much as we paid for a taxi (35 Euros) back but it's worth remembering if you aren't prepared to pay this. The local bus is also great, we caught it just outside the hotel to Aqualand and back with ease and the information of this all came from the staff at reception - just great!
This hotel is great for those looking for a quiet beach holiday, and given the oppertunity I would definitely stay here again!
Perfect holiday retreat
I have just returned from a weeks stay at the LTI Louis Grand Hotel Corfu as part of a Cruise/Stay holiday with Thomson holidays.
It was perfect for us, after our hectic cruise we were looking for somewhere quiet to rest and recuperate in the sun and we could not have asked for more.
From the moment we arrived we were made to feel welcome and each and every member of staff was friendly and helpful.
Our room (217), was light and airy, very spacious and had a wonderful view of the pool and gardens.
I have never seen so many sun loungers in all my years of travelling, there was certainly no need to rush out at 6am and reserve one with a towel.
I never managed to swim in the sea but enjoyed swimming in the pool everyday, it was so refreshing.
The food quality and selection was excellent be it in the Figaretto restaurant or Sailor's BBQ.
Costa in the Castello Bar had us in stitches and he amazed us how he could remember our favourite drink.
The cleanliness throughout the hotel was superb.
In short 10 out of 10 for everything.
We enjoyed our stay so much we are already looking at booking to return either later in the year or early next season.
Thank you for a perfect holiday.
Susan Turner and Michael MullarkeyMore
Yet another visit
A perfect place for a quiet break in the Spring! If you want music, noise and lots or organised fun please don't come here, but if you like beautiful views, a fantastic beach and more sunbeds than guests, you will love it.
The staff always remember us and give us a great welcome. Sea view rooms lovely and everywhere spotless as usual, and as another reviewer says - excellent choice for vegetarians. We have never had any trouble with queues either at the bar - the waiter always brought our drinks to the terrace or at meals, and never saw anything run out - in fact they are still bringing fresh food out even if the restaurants are soon to close.
Only one slight downside, more noticeable this year, is that a few of huge guests who waddle just from dining to pool think that tattoos, piercings and cigarettes are attractive - unfortunately most of them are Brits - but we don't let that put us off, and I am sure we will be back again before too long.More
We have just arrived back from 2 weeks in Corfu staying at the Louis Lti Grand Hotel, this was our first visit to Corfu and found the country very pretty and the people very friendly. We have stayed in Louis Hotels in Cyprus previously and found them to be a very high standard. On arriving at the Hotel we were put into a room which was not the type we requested and paid for so we went to reception to ask if we could be moved the receptionist was great but said he would have to speak to the reservations Manager, she unfortunately was quite rude so not the best start to our holiday. The Hotel is situated downed very windy roads set in an cove again very pretty but isolated no where to walk to but the Hotel does provide a free shuttle bus which goes into Corfu town twice a day you have to book this in advance and should do so early as most days it is full and the cost of a taxi is â¬30 each way so not cheap. The nearest pharmacy is approximately 10 miles away so make sure you take a supply of possible needed medication with you as the shop at the hotel doesn't sell anything medicinal. You need to factor in the charge they make for the room safe, â¬3.50 a day so â¬49 for a two week stay which again I feel is very expensive. The food is basic and there is more choice at lunch time than evenings, they certainly make great pizza at lunch time! The restaurant could do with reorganising as it is a bit higglely piggily and with so many people trying to get to the buffet it can be manic. There is an animation team of 4 but with the average age of guests when we were there being in their 70's there isn't much take up of activities and as to evening entertainment well don't hold your breath. I did feel sorry for a few couples with young children as there was nothing for them there and for the ones who had buggies they had to carry them up and down the stairs to the pool and beach each day. I have to say I spoke to a few couples who absolutely love the place and have been coming for years but they were all retired and elderly. This is a place you are going to either love or hate and we couldn't wait to leave which when you have looked forward to your holiday is not the experience you really want, needless to say we won't be returning and wouldn't recommend.More
We went in the beginning of May so we were literally one of the firsts groups to arrive. We were welcomed with open arms and the staff understood immediately we were weary from our journey with a toddler. At first the empty hotel felt a bit like the outlook hotel and all our toddler needed was a big wheel but more people arrived soon enough. With it being a small hotel there was never too many people and always space to sit and bathe. The surroundings were beautiful tucked away in a little cove. We had booked one of the swim up rooms so I was relieved the rooms had been fitted with gates to the pool that can only be opened from the outside. It was a shame the water was so cold we weren't able to use the pools much but that's what happens when you chose to visit at the beginning of the season. One recommendation I would make is that beds by the baby pool should be reserved for those with children as my toddler tended to make a bee line for it no matter how far away we were sat.
Food was excellent and aplenty. Staff made a real fuss of the toddler and the guests were a lovely mix (no noisy revellers).
Brilliant. Thanks Louis Grand. More