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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Based On 924 reviews

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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 4 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 »

Bases covered well but.....

As many others have noted, the food is great, situation lovely. Glyfada is secluded but a beautiful part of the island, most of the staff seemed good. I hired a car for 4 days which i would recommend. We booked a mountain view room, and one partial sea view, but were given two partial sea views. Not the end of the world you might think except that room 429 principally looks out on about 30metres of flat green roof. hmmmm. Requests to change were polite but in the " computer says no" mold. We were offered a change the Friday after the Monday we arrived, but had lost the will by that time. Our Thompson rep went on about rooms being contracted to certain operators, and the hotel were just completely inflexible. On our last day, with a late flight, and midday check out we really struggled, and I'd recommend that you don't book a package with this combination. Pulling teenagers off the beach at 4.30pm to get ready for a flight at 1am is just misery, we lost that half day of holiday effectively. This was our second package holiday in about 20 years, I'm sure things have improved but ultimately you just feel like a bit of a commodity, once the money is paid, you get what you are given. The Thompson reps did a hell of a job policing the late night check in at the airport departures, it would have been brutal without them.More

Lawrencesontour, London, United Kingdom

A nice hotel

After cruising for a week, this hotel was a perfect end to our holiday. It was relaxing and in a beautiful resort with stunning views on the sea, and an easy drive to the near Aghios Gordios which has plenty of restaurants and nightlife. The entertainment at the hotel was, however, poor- "beach party" was really a bit of music on the patio, etc.. The food was ok too. The rooms were lovely, however the air conditioning was broken in mine, yet despite numerous calls nobody bothered to fix it. Overall, I would recommend. *WIFI WAS AVAILABLE- PAID, NOT IN ROOMS. (pad a certain amount of € for 24hrs, which could be used in chunks which was good.)More

Ollieboo1, Manchester, United Kingdom

Lives up to its name.

Just returned from a fabulous trip to the louis Grand in July. We stayed in a swim up room, this made for a relaxing afternoon as the sun was just coming over the hotel at this time allowing you to chill out in your own space. Having said that, there was never a problem finding a place to sunbath around the pool,in the gardens or on the beach. On arrival in the room we was greeted with a fridge full with soft drinks, a bottle of wine and a platter of fresh fruit which was very welcome. All the hotel staff were very friendly and helpful. Food was normal for this type of Fully inc hotel. Asian restaurant is to be highly recommended but book early. Although in a remote location with no nearby nightlife ,all in all a very enjoyable stay at this loverly hotel and location.More

StueyV, London, United Kingdom


This is the second time we have been to this hotel and we were not disappointed. Three years ago the hotel had been totally re-vamped and was absolutely pristine. Now it does show subtle signs of heavy use...but,,,the character, staff commitment and overall managerial expertise of this Hotel group overcomes all the small and I mean small, niggles. We had a partial sea view room which had an unfortunate view over the entrance and an annoying all day noise from some conditioning plant (410). After a few days without too much sleep, we asked for a move and we were given, without any problem, another room that still had a partial view but at the other end of the corridor. The staff even offered to pack up and do the move for us. THAT IS CUSTOMER SERVICE, Plus 1.The food was as good as ever, however, 3 years ago, I remember that every night there was a Greek corner in the restaurant, which was missing this year, which was a shame. Like I said, small niggles. The Maitre d'hôtel whose name I have unfortunately forgotten, is terrific at his job and gets all the dining room staff working properly, where they need to be, particularly the Central Europeans who were clearly just there for a holiday. When not there in the morning, the same guys were a bit languid, hungover and lacking in motivation. The Greek staff however, were always amazing. Thank you. If you are going to employ students on a gap year, they have to understand that this is a future job experience, not a jolly as we pay a lot of money to enjoy our holiday. Rant over. Overall, the staff are fantastic, the position and service are beyond compare and (unfortunately for Corfu) we have booked a 1 week holiday at Louis Zante Beach for a change, on the basis that we will get the same great service.More

RobM806, Medway, United Kingdom

GRAND Louis Grand

Just had a nice week at the hotel.Great location,lovely polite and friendly staff.Food and choice excellent,service first class.Downside,you have to get up very early to "reserve"your pool space.Entertainment is very basic and didn't keep us interested for long.three tenors and "Circus"were ok.Beach is small and crowded and open to the public.rooms are spacious with plenty of storage space and spotless.all in all a good hotel.More

GillianH2012, Cardiff, United Kingdom

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