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 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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    A Class
  • 5Buildings
  • 370Rooms
  • Floors: 2 in main building, 5 in Nausica, 2 in Corcyra
  • Lifts: 2 in main building, 1 in annexe


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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
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. And that 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 kids’ clubs 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

There's an outdoor dining area where you can enjoy your meal al fresco. 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 - long trousers or shorts past the knee for gentlemen at dinner time.

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twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with 2 or 3 beds and are located in the Nausicaa building or the main building. Maid service 6 days a week, with 1 day limited and safety deposit box available at a charge.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 3, 3rd bed is temporary, located in the main building or Nausicaa building. Maid service 6 days a week, with 1 day limited and safety deposit box available at a charge.

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Relaxing week

We chose this hotel for a relaxing 1 week break and it did not disappoint. Hotel is bright with plenty of space. Room was clean and quite large. Bathroom was in good repair and shower adequate. We found the food of good quality with lots of choice at all meals. Everywhere was kept nice and clean and the gardens well maintained. Staff are all helpful and friendly. We stayed in a room in a block away from the main hotel, near to the lagoon pool and this was quiet and away from the entertainment noise in the evenings. It is useful to know that the water throughout the Hotel complex is safe to drink as it is filtered, so no need to buy bottled water. The 'beach' is only a small area of concrete covered with a thin layer of sand and therefore no 'seashore' to paddle in. The public beach around the corner is a small shingle beach. The views from the hotel across the bay and marina are lovely. The only negative are that a kettle and cups in room would be much appreciated. (We took our own travel kettle and tea bags and borrowed mugs and milk from the dining room.) Also pool towels - you have to pay 10 Euro each as a deposit and they can only be changed every 3 days, safe use is expensive at 3.50 Euro per day and WiFi access is also very expensive (there isn't even any free WiFi in public areas.) Gouvia is a small town with bars, shops and a marina. Many of the bars and shops were shut as it was close to the end of season. I imagine that both the hotel and Gouvia would be much busier, crowded and noisier in high season.More

Denise C, Nottingham, United Kingdom

3rd time in Greece and not the last

My brothers, my mother and I went on holiday here in July last year and we really enjoyed it. The food was very good and as my brothers are quite big eaters. We enjoyed having all inclusive meals! We also loved the entertainment particularly the Greek traditional dancers. Although both pools were really good we went in the sea a lot and I also recommend walking down in Corfu town to the beach and hiring a boat from Billy Boats. We did that and had a really good time going around the island to see very secluded beaches and restaurants around the island. So the hotel was very near to places that had attractions. Our rooms were very nice, my brothers had a separate room from me and my mum and they had a bungalow whereas we had a flat. Very good cleaners and spacious rooms too. The receptionists were mostly very friendly too. The facilities were good also, there was a pool table indoors and other stuff too but my family and I were mostly out doing activities so we didn't get to do everything. If you come to Corfu go to Corfu town at night, it's the prettiest town ever and it lights up in yellows and the tourist shops are so nice. And don't be scared of the dogs having rabies they don't, I petted one and they were reasonably clean and very friendly strays. Such a nice hotel and we are probably gonna go there again:-)More

Anoushka_A503850, Ringwood, United Kingdom

Best hotel we've used in Corfu

First impressions were excellent, the reception area was spacious, bright and very clean. Our room was the same and the level of cleanliness was exceptional. Considering this was very near to the end of season standards were still very high. The first night took the edge of it though. Having had a very early flight we went to bed about 10.30 but were kept awake by noisy entertainment in the main block, just under our room. In fairness though, it didn't go on late but it did keep us awake when we desperately wanted to sleep. So next morning we asked to be moved and without question we were offered 2 other rooms to inspect. The one we chose was in the Nausicaa building further away from the main block - it equalled the standard of the first room and was much quieter. However, as it turned out the entertainment moves around the main block each night and is often quieter too so the move may have been unnecessary. Nevertheless top marks for the hotels response. Everything in the room worked as it should and the showers are brilliant, really powerful. The only slight disappointment was the lack of tea or coffee making facilities. I guess that's due to it being all inclusive but we've had them at other inclusive hotels. Although you can get all the coffee you want at breakfast you can't beat being able to make it in your own room first thing. Just a kettle and cups would be nice! The service throughout was excellent - all staff, without exception, were friendly and helpful and all (to varying degrees) spoke English. We ate most meals in the main dining room - it's self-service buffet style with plenty of options but it seemed to be more or less the same options each night and the 'themed' nights seemed to have the same food just renamed to suit the theme! Generally though the food was very good and there was plenty of it. There's also a separate restaurant you can use but this was only open on a couple of nights during our stay and there's a couple of poolside snack bars, all of which were perfectly adequate. As a 'mature' couple we expected to find most other guests in the same category at this time of year but there were however several younger couples and a surprising number of young children, considering its the middle of the first school term. It was a pretty good mix though and made a good atmosphere but I can imagine it being much noisier in peak season. The beach is man made and sandy but it's separated from the sea by a retaining wall so there's no waters edge to wade in - you get in down some steps like a swimming pool. But there's a lovely view of the bay and nearby marina. There's also the choice of 2 pools, 1 near the beach and 1 the other side of the hotel. Both have snack-bars beside them. Gouvia centre is only a 2 minute walk away and although its packed with shops, bars and restaurants many were closed for the season. This made it pleasant to walk around but it's probably a lot more hectic during peak months. All in all this was a relaxing, very enjoyable holiday and we would be more than happy to use this hotel again.More

Rod M,

Bril Hotel

we just came back from 2 weeks in this hotel. We have to say the staff were very friendly and the food was very good, tasty and varied. The entertainment was mostly not to our taste but at least they tried... Cant win them all. The setting at the main lower pool was absolutely fabulous. the views are stunning. Would go back to a Louis Hotel again but not sure about this village as it was a bit run down. Lots of places were closed but it was the end of the season. Les and Linda. NewcastleMore

linda p, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Sandra and Hugh in Corfu

My husband and myself are just back from an all inclusive hotel and cruise in Corfu , first of all our hotel was lovely and very friendly staff ,,, entertainment was good and the food was excellent ,,, the only thing was ,, there was very steep stairs and hills to get to bottom pool area although there was a quieter pool across from the hotel ,,, as for the cruise ,, it was our first one we had been on so we were a bit apprehensive ,,, but it was absolutely wonderful ,,, the staff were great and there was so much to do all the time till 2 in the morning ,,,, the trips were great too ,, we did one through thomson but did the rest by ourselves ,,,, 'I would definitely go on another cruise as it's the way to go.More

Sandra D, Patna, Scotland, United Kingdom

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