This place is right on the beach, and it’s just a 5-minute walk from Gouvia’s bars and shops.
The Louis Corcyra Beach is set in neatly-clipped gardens, which serve up views of pretty Gouvia Bay. It's just a flight of steps from a pebble beach, too, which is dotted with sunloungers and palapas.
Daytrips to Gouvia's centre are a breeze - it's only five minute's stroll to reach the lively line-up of shops, bars and restaurants. The island's capital, Corfu Town, is only 15 minutes' drive away, as well.
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- Floors: 2 in main building or 5 in the Nausicaa building
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, by the glass. Cocktails and long drinks 10.00-24.00. Snacks between meals 10.00-24.00 and afternoon coffee, cake and ice-cream.
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The lagoon style pool features fountains and waterfalls, with sunbeds, parasols and towels. You'll also find a section for children here too.
Kids’ Club by TUI Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds
Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by TUI Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our TUI Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks.
You can choose to dine al fresco here. Also if you'd like to watch your meal being prepared in front of your eyes, visit the show cooking station. The weekly Greek night keeps things exciting and early suppers can be arranged. Highchairs are available and there's a dress code - trousers or shorts past the knee for gentlemen at dinner time.
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Family Room with Inland View, Sliding Doors and Partition
Bungalow with Garden View, Sliding Doors and Balcony or Terrace
Styled in vibrant blues and soft pastels, these spacious bungalows come with either a balcony or a terrace overlooking a garden view. You'll also get a twin bedroom, bath, air-conditioning, 2 extra beds, as well as sliding doors.
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Excellent Hotel with fabulous views across the bay.
This hotel is very good, the staff (from the cleaners to the reception staff) are all friendly and helpful. The rooms are very good and very clean. The public areas are the same with plenty of seating in the evening. The food is a good standard and the dinner menus are varied with different themes most evenings. There are just a couple of minor niggles they are. 1. Before arriving I always look at what the dress code is for the evening meal in the restaurant, it is stated in the hotel website-"long trousers are recommended although 3/4 trousers are acceptable. This was not enforced and there were diners in vests and swimming shorts, why have a rule and not enforce it? 2. I have been to lots of all inclusive hotels and have normally at some point asked for a "named brand" of drink instead of the "local brand", when doing so I expect to pay a supplement but here I had to pay the full price of the drink. Surely as an all inclusive client I have paid some money towards each drink so I would expect to pay a supplement that being the difference between my all inclusive cost and the cost of the "named brand" drink. As I said just a couple of minor niggles that in no way detracted from the holiday. But as I always look at the dress code and pack accordingly I do find this disappointing.More
A First Class Hotel no matter how many "stars".
We wanted to goto Crete again but Robin Hood airport fly to Corfu. So, we looked at all the options for Corfu after deciding we definitely wanted to fly from Doncaster. We selected the Louis Corcrya Beach Hotel andas things turned out we really were glad that we did. How can this hotel not be a 5 star plus hotel? It is on the beach and has 3 pools. We booked a sea view room and had the most spectacular view than on any previous holidays. We thought our Elounda holiday in Crete was the best until we stepped out on to our Balcony at the Louis Corcrya. Every morning we saw a stunning sun rise. Apart from the view, the hotel has the best food we have ever had on holiday. We were "all inclusive" and that certainly meant "nothing left out". Food and drinks available from early morning to midnight for the all inclusive board. Our room was above the standard we have had as an average in the past. It was scrupulously clean with good qualty fittings, bed linen and towells. The senior management team are to be congratulated for employing and managing an unbeatably friendly, polite and well trained workforce. All dedicated to good service. The Animation team were excellent at presenting a full day and evening entertainment programme. We promised ourselves that we would come again and as a foot note we have already booked our room, with a sea view, for 2018. We loved it!!More
John W, 186317
Just spent a most enjoyable week here. Staff friendly and helpful and lots of fairly good food too. Our room was in the hotel and was a good size with terrace and sea view. Great swimming pools and our 11 year old loved the sea too. Only slight annoyance was the noise made by the chairs being moved above our room on the tiled floor, not good at siesta time. More
Amazing!!! Thoroughly enjoyed.
Arrival: Staff greeted us warmly and there were welcome drinks upon arrival. There were golf buggy's available to take suitcases and travel to our accomodation. Accomodation: We selected a bungalow overlooking the sea views. It was absolutely stun-ning. So gorgeous to have a balcony facing the sun-rise and could sit there with a cup of tea and watch the sun crest over the mountains of Albania. The beds were very comfy, air conditioning tip top and maid service very good. A safe was available for 3.50€ a day. Kettle can be provided - just ask reception. Complimentary toiletries are provided as usual, but it was nice to see local olive based products. Pool: There are two pools on site, a lagoon pool with a gradual steep entrance with waterfalls and jets and a deep pool at the bottom of the hotel with stair access. We preferred the use of the lagoon pool. It is not particularly deep at the deepest point so brilliant for kids (1.5m possibily). It was easy access, really fun and deckchairs not too difficult to get. However, the pool officially opens at 9:30am and occasionally the gate would be locked until then.There are rules dictating when and when you cannot put towels down but we always found there to be sunbeds available even after midday. The lagoon pool also has a bar just next to it. Inflatables are available at a mini market next to reception for between 9€ for a basic lilo or 30€ for an elegant, majestic golden swan ring! Food: Loved it. In recent years we've decided to go all inclusive for the budget but we had eaten outside of the hotel previously. Not had the best experience with all inclusive food at other hotels but Hotel Gouvia is excellent. The breakfast items consist of choices between standard 'Full English', continental and/or traditional Greek breakfasts. There were pancakes with chocolate sauce on offer, dried fruits, omelettes - you name it! I personally adored the rizogalo (like a thick rice pudding). Lunch was different every day. Meat on the grill, different fish options, veg and potatoes would vary day-by-day. A salad bar which boasted pretty much everything you'd expect also offered feta cheese and olives. The evenings differed in the fact that they had 'themes'. Mediterranean, Corfu, Traditional Greek, Italian and Mexican nights were put on, with different food options suited to the theme. I can't fault the food. It really was fantastic. Loved the grilled fish and chicken. It was nice to see traditional Greek items included on the menu as we were eager to try those. Desserts were very similar every day, jelly, cakes etc. There was ice-cream available (and at the lagoon bar) in many flavours - chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, banana, pistachio - with sauces. A hot dessert was on offer in the evenings (the rice pudding and chocolate cake being a firm favourite). Fruit was always available and I would suggest trying the gala melon - delicious! A late breakfast is available at the lagoon bar - fruit salad and various pastries. An afternoon tea of sorts is available there too; chips, hotdogs, sandwiches, waffles. Drinks were dispensible and self-service which we were happy with. Wine and local beer on tap is available, as well as soft drinks and water. Poolside offer reusable cups which is a great eco-friendly option. Staff: Very friendly and welcoming. My father has limited mobility so the two guys who man the buggy's, were more than happy to take him to our accomodation or to the pool. All we did was phone reception and ask them to collect him. There was an issue where he injured his back and the staff were very pleasant, helpful and quick. Always asked after him. Thomson rep, Chris, was lovely and helpful. General hotel grounds: There is a private beach not two minutes walk away from our accomodation with watersports offered by a seperate private company. Canoeing was 15€ pp for an hour, and the doughnut was 40€ pp. The grounds can be steep in areas but there is help available for those with limited mobility. There is a mini market next to reception which was very handy for us having forgot our Listerine mouthwash! Bought our inflatables and souvenirs there as well as the odd bottle of water and packet of crisps. Very reasonably priced there. We went on a private tour around the island of Corfu which I'd highly recommend. In the space of 6 hours, we visited the monastery, climbed a viewing tower, went on a boat trip to look at caves, visited the Achillion Palace and drove to Corfu Old Town to sample gelato. It is my understanding that buses are available to the old town for about 1.50€ or a taxi for 20€. Ask at reception. I would highly recommend visiting! We also bought some Greek delight, local olives and pistachios to take home with us. Corfu is rich in history and it was a delight to look around. Entertainment: Personally, we never have and never will watch the entertainment. We're too tired! It is not a reflection of the quality, after dinner we retire to our rooms and have some peace before sleeping. We have no opinion on it. All in all, our stay was wonderful, food was gorgeous and we all enjoyed our time there. We would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone planning on visiting Corfu. Thank-you! More
One week's stay at this lovely hotel with two teenage girls. Clean rooms and very large, excellent food, lovely staff. Something for everyone to choose from in the buffet. Couldn't have asked for more. nWould recommend to anyoneMore
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