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 has an Asian à la carte and a buffet restaurant that was completely renovated in 2011. On the pools front, there’s a big lagoon number with a handy snack bar.
The hotel is nestled on a hillside among gardens. It’s just a few steps from a pebble beach, dotted with sunloungers and palapas. And Gouvia’s lively centre is just a 5-minute walk.
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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.
Thomson Kids' Club
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. Which includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most of the kids’ club activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty, at all times.
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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Twin room sleeps up to three, with an extra bed. They're located in either the Nausicaa building, or the main building. Maid service 6 days a week, with 1 day limited.
twin room with sea view
Twin room with sea view sleeps up to three with an extra bed. They're located in either the Nausicaa building, or the main building. Maid service 6 days a week, with 1 day limited.
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Wont Be Returning
Large Hotel, food excellent, but, we paid extra for an Executive Bungalow??. I dont think anyone had stayed in this particular one for some time as it was dusty, our clothes felt damp in the wardrobe & drawers & my husband was attacked by some kind of insect! The hotel receptioist insisted it was mosquito bites ( he has travelled worldwide & knows what a Mosquito looks like) & gave us a plug in insect repeller which made no difference! Our request for a room in the hotel was declined!On returning home he needed a course of antibiotic tablets,steriods,& cream to clear up infection from bites. We are concerned it might have been bed mites!! The Hotel has no free internet access! cards are available to purchase but are a nightmare as it takes so long to connect the money is always used up!!More
Ejay22, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Not very good.
It was ok, but me and my family booked two rooms: one was quite modern, the other was a little oldish. This was not ok, as the price was the same and they were on the same floor. The maids were noisy, so if you want to take a nap during the day, you are very likely to be woken up by their loud chats and laughters, even after repeteadly asking them to be quiet. Also, the pool bathrooms were quite messy during the day. WiFi charged per minute and only available in the restaurant and bar was also a weak point.More
Fabby first holiday with boyfriend
We stayed in August and booked 3 days before we flew out because boyfriend being in army and coming back from exercise abroad. Everything from check in to check out was hassle free. Lovely staff and yummy food what more could you want?? We only stayed a week and wish we had more time there! The hotel resort is pretty big with lots of things to do as they have lots of activities they do down at the pool near the beach, but we found these very children orientated so tended to just watch instead. Watch out as the main pool is very deep!! I found out the hard way, falling in drunk haha. Breakfast we either had it at the main restaurant out on the veranda as this had lovely views or at the lagoon pool bar which was slightly later and did snacky things. Bar opens for drinks at 10am and closes at midnight but they have bucks fizz for breakfast which I thought was a lovely touch. Each night in main restaurant they do themed food nights but there was always a choice of something plainer if you weren't keen. I have to commend them on their variety of vegetarian dishes! Leek pie was to die for. There is also a restaurant down by the main pool which is just as lovely but slightly smaller and less choice but different to main. Both restaurants buffet. There is a Asian restaurant that was always packed and you have to book 2 days before, but when we went the food wasn't amazing. The cleaners were absolutely lovely and always said hello and goodbye and tried making conversation, same goes for the reception staff. We found the main restaurant manager to be rude and very uninterested and didn't like him at all. All the other restaurant staff were lovely and very friendly and happy despite the long hours they were clearly doing. There was always entertainment in the evening at the entertainment stage, some of the performances were very well organised and these tended to be from the people that were brought in from outside of the resort. Some nights it seemed very unorganised but you couldn't fault there energy and charisma and all the kids seemed to love it. The beach was lovely, man made but you wouldn't be able to tell! and theres a bar on the beach to which is fab. We went on 3 trips in the week with Thompson and these seemed to be better priced then the other company's in the town. We went to Aqualand which was great fun, we left first thing in the morning so got there before it was heaving in the afternoon so managed to go on all the rides before the que's. Loved the lazy river! We also went on 2 boat rides both with the same company. 1 was looking at all the old town which was so picturesque and then we went to a "deserted" beach, we got our towels out and lay back to be then told it was 15 euro per bed after paying 60 euro for the trip. We didn't bring any extra money as we thought we didn't need it, so lying on the sand had to do. They parked up the boat and on one side the water was incredibly shallow and you could walk out 10-15 meters and the other side was deep and you couldn't touch the floor after a couple of steps! We had chicken, rice and veg for food which was nice enough but looooaaaads of wasps everywhere. They followed us onto the boat which I didn't think they would do. 2nd boat trip was exploring the blue cave and again we stopped off at a beach but not for long just to have a quick dip in the water, we did diving in the middle of the sea too. Blue cave was lovely, on this trip they offered a bbq to be made aboard the boat but we declined as had to pay 10 euro, again we didn't bring money as it was advertised this was included. I would definitely recommend the lagoon pool if you don't want to be surrounded by children as the main pool was far too crowded. It was lovely and relaxing and was far bigger. The town is just outside the resort and is lovely, nice beach to walk around aswell and lots of pubs, restaurants and cafes. We stayed in main hotel which we thought would be noisy but couldn't hear a thing, we had a family room which was huge, massive bed with sliding partitions to sofa area which there was 2 sofa beds and table and nice sized balcony. Bathroom also huge and very clean. Overall lovely trip after not seeing boyfriend for 4 months as away on exercise with army and loved every minute of it. We booked very last minute and got an amazing deal on. Thank you to everyone at Louis Corcyra for being so welcoming and making this such an enjoyable relaxing week away.More
toffee12345, Wokingham, United Kingdom
We actually visited last summer but wasn't on trip advisor then. We travelled with 14 and 8 yr old. Had a fantastic week and wished we had booked 2 weeks. The food was excellent especially the snack bar at the bottom pool by the beach. Kids loved the pizza! Everyday the chefs did a cooking show by the pool and served crepes and waffles etc. The lagoon pool is lovely, huge and a nice temperature. The pool nearer the beach was a little bit warm for us. The beach itself is nothing special nevertheless we spent many days there and had fun. We walked into the little village of Gouvia as we were recommended a boat trip which can be booked at a shop. Took us a while to find it but it turned out to be the best day ever! Spiros the captain was such a lovely man. We visited lots of lovely beaches and swam in some caves. The on board bbq was delicious. The children had a wonderful time it was the highlight of our holiday. The room was lovely too and staff very attentive. We had a great time. Worth a visit.More
Stayed at this hotel early September and it was a beautiful complex. We paid extra for one of the bungalows which was located right near the man-made beach. However, we were disappointed with the drinks - very 'watered down'. Also disappointed with the man-made beach area - it was a bit grubby and the actual Gouvia area was very run-down. The outdoor terraced restaurant area was lovely and the food was good. Our room was cleaned daily and towels also replaced daily. The staff were all very pleasant and worked very hard - especially on Reception. We were unfortunate to have nearly four days of rain!! Due to the bad weather, there was some local flooding and the drains outside the 230 bungalow spilled over and it was smelly. We reported this three times to Reception. Staff at the hotel worked hard to keep all public areas clean and safe, but there was very little indoor activity laid on to replace the usual out-door ones. It was also a long way to walk to the main block from our bungalow to get a drink/eats when it was raining. No tea/coffee facilities in the room. Overall, we had a good stay.More
Lois W, Exeter, United Kingdom
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