Hotel Louis Corcyra Beach  

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 restaurant and an international buffet place 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 flight of steps from a pebble beach, dotted with sunloungers and palapas. And Gouvia’s lively centre is just a five-minute walk.

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    A Class
  • 5Buildings
  • 370Rooms
  • 3Lifts
  • Floors: 2 in main building or 5 in the Nausicaa building


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All Inclusive

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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Outdoor pool

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.

Buffet restaurant

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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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.

bungalow with sea 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 sea view. You'll also get a twin bedroom, bath, air-conditioning, 2 extra beds, as well as sliding doors.

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Corfu holiday First impressions of hotel wasn't over powering,the staff were quick to process and get us into our room which is what you want. Our room was divided into two with a wood and glass door dividing the double room from the two single beds in the other room with balcony Room very clean and fittings all clean, Our accommodation was just a short walk to main hotel,the restaurant had a fine selection of foods usually having a themed eating plan. The food is well cooked and a good choice, and very good variety for the geusts,the restaurant is partly open with beautiful views over the sea and surrounding hills ,the staff are really pleasant and helpful,the restaurant is very clean with tables being cleared and cleaned almost straight away. There are 2 pools with one strangely in front of the hotel,the other at the rear of hotel down steps in the same direction as the very small beach. The pools is are very cean as is the areas around both pools,food is available most of the time serving the usual chips, burgers,pizzas,salads with hot or cold drinks. the hotel looks well cared for with the furnishings clean with no stains in the upholstery For those who enjoy a drink (and who doesn't) you are quickly served and are given good size drinks. Overall. Very clean hotel through out,your rooms are kept clean with beds made up and towels changed daily. This comment may be a little picky,however just shows the quality,our room and toilet and shower, fixtures,were very clean with the sealant around fixtures totally clean with no fungi or black present-amazing. Food. Overall,good selection,plenty and hot,if not they have microwaves (also have them at the pool) Very clean pools areas plenty of loungers with food and drink close by for both pools.. Staff excellent always there to help you if need be Yes we as a family would go back to this hotel in the future,if any of you are thinking of booking don't take my word for it,do your own homework you will find i,m right.More

Paul W,


We stayed here for a week last month, it was low season so fairly quiet in and around the hotel but still really enjoyed it. The staff were all really friendly, particularly the staff on the main bar. We went all inclusive which included all food, soft drinks, local spirits and some good cocktails. Beer and wine are on tap. The food was lovely, they have a different theme every night so it wasn't the same old thing all the time. Plenty of variety. We didn't go to the pools in the hotel, these would probably be better for those with children but we stuck to the beach. It's a man-made beach but has a lovely view and is nice to sunbathe and relax. We had at least 4 days which were really hot which isn't bad for the time of year. There were some thunderstorms and rain but it didn't last too long and it was never cold. The room was nice and cleaned every day to a good standard. Some people have complained about the mattresses being too hard but we didn't have a problem with this. We had a sea view room, it's worth mentioning that the view was somewhat restricted by the large trees in front but it's still a lovely view, guess it depends where your room is located. The wifi is not included; you'll have to pay a charge. I think it's €5 for 90 minutes and you can purchase cards for 24 hours etc. The wifi worked anywhere in the resort for us. There are some nice bars just outside the hotel, we didn't go out much due to being all inclusive but had a look around and went out for drinks once or twice. Again, it was pretty quiet due to being end of season so I'd imagine there's a lot more going on in the busier months. I'd never stayed in a Louis hotel before but would definitely stay in one again!More

Lauren B, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Louis Corcyra Beach hotel stayed from 25 Sept to 2 Oct

How amazing is this hotel and the setting, upon check in how lucky were we to get the one and only room number that someone on trip advisor had mentioned was worth having 687. And our friends next door in 688. Both massive rooms, with a double bed and 2 single beds, with the most amazing views. Room 689 is a family room for 7 on the corner, excellent views as can see the Marina more clearly. Rooms 681-686 are standard size double beds and the same views. We had a wonderful week at Louis Corcyra, great staff and loved how the sheets were changed daily, that was so lovely. Lots of choice for watersports. I have stayed in many hotels over the past 35 yrs, this is the first time we have taken an all- inclusive holiday, and the food far exceeded my expectations. There was a fast range of food, including delicious lamb and duck, so it’s not just fish, veal and pork as someone recently wrote. There is so much variety on offer and quality food. We found that 99% of the time the food was hot, and the kitchen staff must work extremely hard to prepare and cook that much food and manage to keep it hot, well done. We also tried the Asian restaurant, one night, on a Chinese evening, also very nice and attentive staff. The packed lunch provided by the hotel for us was good: freshly made rolls, fruit, cake, water and fruit juice. It was nice to be able to help yourself to beer, wine, tea or coffee either in the restaurant or in the bars Well done on plastic glasses around the pool and proper glasses in the main hotel. I have since been looking at other all-inclusive and they are saying plastic/paper cups throughout the hotel. Megan from the entertainment team was very friendly and helpful. Don’t forget to tip as the all-inclusive has affected their wages Local buses nearby to visit Corfu town, and from there buses to other parts of Corfu, run every 20 mins, but 1-3pm the buses are crowded with school children going home. Tickets can be purchased from the hotel shop. Nice easy walk to the nearby marina in Gouvia. The walk to the little chapel opposite took about 15-20 mins, not as far as it looks and worth the effort. The beds were hard and uncomfortable for me, even after I had put a blanket on top of the mattress, however my husband and our two friends were happy with them. Also the sunbeds were uncomfortable, but these are only small gripes. As everything was so wonderful. The only disappointment I had with the hotel was I had to go home and that we can’t afford to return with the family in 2016. We would thoroughly recommend this hotel to everyone. The reason for the delay in submitting this, was I was looking for next years family holiday, as I said would love to bring them to this lovely hotel, but just can't justify £7,000.00 for seven of us in May 2106.More

anne h,

Super friendly, helpful staff

We had a wonderful week at Louis Corcyra. The staff were superb. The chamber maids were excellent, restaurant staff superb and children's entertainment team full of energy and enthusiasm. The room was comfortable, we were in a family room in the main building with a sliding door to separate sleeping areas and a balcony. Despite the tragic events that had occurred here, which we discovered after our booking, the staff create a warm atmosphere. The outdoor eating area was particularly lovely with wonderful views across the bay. The man made beach was a little disappointing but the pools were lovely. Local buses nearby to visit areas north or Corfu town south. Can walk to marina nearby.More

scrox, London, United Kingdom

Louis Corcyra Beach in October

Hi again third review. Travelled late this year, in fact the last two weeks of the season, much much cheaper of course. Had the same room in the Nautica Building with its lovely big balcony and view. The weather was variable over much of Europe and we had two storms so glad of our ponchos to dash up to the main hotel. It was still hot but needed a sweater or shawl at night as we always, always eat on the terraces at this lovely restaurant. (Again food and staff excelled) It rained twice but it is covered so no problems. The cats are still there and are not allowed in the main dining area, just the terraces. Had a lovely time as usual and noticed that there were quite a few people with their own beach towels. The hotel lend beautiful ones for a returnable deposit. The water sports were all still functioning, and its lovely to be able to watch these if you don't participate. Water ski, pedalos, banana type ride, air parachute etc. plus Spiros trips . The last week they stopped serving lunch at the pool but the price paid reflects that. Gouvia and marina can't be accessed from the hotel beach but a walk through the village is pleasant ending up at the beach and marina where there are some bars and restaurants. One of the things I like about the hotel is that the sheets are changed every day. For those like me a bit old and stiff the walk up to the main hotel is made better if you walk straight forward instead of left up the path and there is a lift to the restaurant floor. Transfers are good, pity about airport procedures though Corfu is notoriously small and you have to stand outside in queues for your planes, ok in October but hot in JuneMore

marcia_kemp, Mirfield, United Kingdom

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