Floors: 2 in main building or 5 in the Nausicaa building
Food & Drink
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.
Available from May 2017. Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by 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 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.
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.
Just returned from a seven night stay with Thomson. A slight hiccup when we arrived, being given the wrong room, was quickly resolved with much apology. Once settled in our sea view bungalow we found it to be very clean and practical. Not the most comfortable of beds but did the job for a week. Fantastic views to wake up to from the bungalow greeted us each morning. We found all the staff friendly and happy to help. Eviana who looked after us in the terrace restaurant was so friendly, always taking time to talk to us and to top it all smelt gorgeous every day, we would catch a whiff of her perfume every time she passed by. We were not to sure about what must have been her supervisor/manager who seemed intent on giving her a hard time in front of everybody. To us this seemed unprofessional and uncalled for with her doing such a great job. My wife also enjoyed giving Louis the hotel cat a sneaky feed too.
The food was always of good quality with plenty of choice. We would especially recommend the pizza in the lower pool restaurant, it was delicious and freshly made.
It is a little surprising to have to pay for the use of the room safe and not to get any free WiFi on an all inclusive holiday.
We found the man-made beach area quite sufficient for sunbathing by the bay, anyone who is surprised its not an expanse of golden sand really hasn't researched their holiday.
All in all I think you won't go far wrong with a stay at the Louis Corcyra Beach Hotel.More
Really enjoyed the visit
Visited the hotel for a week at the beginning of May. Thoroughly enjoyed it, the food was brilliant put on loads of weight but it was well worth it. The staff are really friendly and are constantly on the go.
Rooms are cleaned every day, and towels are provided for the beach at a cost of â¬10 each however these can only be changed every three days. You get your money back at the end of the stay.
The food by the adult pool is excellent for a lunch to keep you going all day. The restaurant at the top of the hotel has fantastic views over the bay.
Highly recommend the boat trip to Corfu town on either Tuesday or Friday evening for a cost of only â¬12 each. Spiros who owns the boat speaks very good English and will tell you the best places to eat when you get there. You also get a free glass of Ouzo to drink on the way while he gives you a bit of information regarding the area. Make sure you take a light jacket or cardigan for the journey back.
Will definitely go back again as this was probably one of the best all-inclusive holidays I have had. If you have the option to upgrade your room to a sea view I would highly recommend doing so.More
Great location right on the water. Food and drink plentiful. Rooms large with safe, fridge and hairdryer, plenty of wardrobe/drawer space. Booked a family room which had a kingsize and 2 large single beds. Kingsize a bit hard and low down. Beautiful gardens flowers everywhere. Never a problem to get a sunbed whatever time of day by either pool or on the beach.More
Having booked this hotel as a last minute, all inclusive holiday my husband & I did not know what to expect - we were not disappointed. Our room was huge, very suitable for a family as it had sliding doors to divide the room, it was very clean & comfortable. The whole of the hotel & grounds were spotlessly clean.the staff in all departments were very friendly & efficient. The food was very good, refreshed with hot food constantly during each service. There was plenty of space for sunbeds, the hotel was on the beach with a specatular view across the bay. The hotel was in Gouvia which is a small, friendly village area & only about 25 minutes from the airport. Would recommend for couples, friends & families.More
Booked a week from 13th May all inclusive at this "4*" hotel. Staff were friendly and hard working, main hotel block, restaurants, bars etc were immaculate but the rooms are definitely due for a make over. Our room stank of tobacco smoke - the curtains and furnishing etc, the French doors to the balcony didn't lock and the cupboard housing the fridge was covered in black mould. Food was ok, lots of choices and the Asian restaurant was very good indeed. Alcoholic drinks were a bit disappointing as they were local brands rather than the real thing and seemed very watered down. Booked to go on 3 excursions - the first one, through the Tui rep, I went horseriding and it was amazing - really good, would recommend it to anyone, beginner or more experienced rider. The second trip to Cassiopi on Captain Spiros' boat - this would have cost us 60 Euros each if we had booked through the tour operator, so we booked direct and went on exactly the same trip for 23 Euros each - a HUGE price difference. The 3rd trip we booked to go to Parga and Paxos, through the rep and because our name or room number didn't appear on any of the coach driver's lists, we were not able to go. This was a disaster as this was supposed to be the highlight of our holiday, meeting up with friends on Parga - we'd been looking forward to it for ages. We got our money back but that wasn't really the point.
The weather was good, the pools are clean, well looked after and the pool bars excellent. Sometimes lunch in the lower pool bar was better than in the restaurant! Entertainment was OK, excellent for children I would think, but wasn't really our cup of tea. No free WiFi anywhere in the hotel - not acceptable on an all inclusive holiday.
All in all it was OK, but this isn't a 4* hotel and the cock up with the excursion ruined it for usMore