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.

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Based On 1775 reviews

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

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
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.

Kids’ Club by Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds

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.

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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1 bedroom family room with sea view, sliding doors and partition

These 1 bedroom family rooms 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 and a partition.

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.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Amazing, relaxing and quiet holiday

We paid extra for a beach bungalow and we weren't disappointed, the views were amazing and the rooms were kept immaculate. Only disappointment was how expensive the room safe was for two weeks but that's being really picky, I've travelled around the world and I have to say this is the best all inclusive I've ate at, breakfast was so much choice, lunch was amazing with Greek salad and delicious pizzas! The evening food was outstanding and it was too hot to eat outside so we were more than happy to eat inside. The wine and beer on tap was always ice cold and you couldn't want for anything. My special mention must go to the reps, didn't need them but they were always there, didn't have children but Emma the kids rep would always come and chat with us about the football. I'd also like to say a massive credit to the hotel is George in the pool bar, he also has the wild rose pub just outside which is fantastically ran by his lovely family if you fancy a change of scenery. My biggest compliment has to go to Konstantinos , he made us laugh every time we were in the restaurant and nothing was too much trouble, and he really did go above and beyond a massive credit to the hotel, the Maitre'd did a fantastic job and must of had eyes in the back of their heads to keep such a seamless flow dining. If I had to be really really picky the bubbly at breakfast went flat quickly but that's only because not many people were drinking it, tip for the hotel, pop a teaspoon in it to keep it bubbly. Overall it was amazing and we have just booked to return for two weeks in June next year. We only used the boat trips that were sold on the beach and WOW they were great value for money and we will be using them again next year. Really nice cliental no rowdy groups, just a nice quiet relaxed two weeks. Didn't see much of the entertainment so can't comment apart from the "three Tenors" which were amazing. The scenery is outstanding however if it's a beach holiday this isn't for you. We didn't bother with wifi as we had evening drinks in the Wild Rose where its complimentary. Can't wait to return, this is a real credit to the Thomson/Tui group. More


Fantastic Hotel with amazing view from the dining room.

Really good hotel. The staff are fantastic, always helpful, nothing is too much trouble. The views from the dining room are amazing. The food is excellent with a fantastic choice. All inclusive is very good. You can help yourself to soft drinks, beer, and wine. Even Sparling wine for breakfast! There is a good range of cocktails from the bar. Swimming pools are lovely, The cleaners work very hard, the rooms are cleaned to a very high standard, our cleaner was lovely and did a fantastic job.More

SAH084, 186243

A stunning hotel with views to match

We arrived on the 22nd July for a week, Transfer time is only about 10 minutes! Great but did mean we were in the departing planes flight path. Didn't really bother us - too relaxed to care The view from the reception and bar veranda is breath taking and something i will always remember.....unfortunately we were given a room with an inland view - but someone has to have it. It was kept immaculately clean by our lovely, lovely chambermaid, who was so kind and helpful (son had a nose bleed in the night....need I say more!) They do have little bungalows,as well as the hotel dotted around their extensive grounds but needless to say you do pay for that luxury. We were there for one week and spent most of the time on one of the 3 beautifully kept beaches or at the lagoon pool (which serve the most amazing milkshakes for the kids) The hotel and gardens are kept immaculately clean and the bar and restaurant staff are so lovely I do think that a couple of the reception staff perhaps ought to take a few tips from the lovely waiting staff (#justsaying) I have read a few complaints that the reception area was too hot.....but the outside temperature was over 40 deg C during the day, and didn't drop much below 30 at night - they had fans....not miracles! - large colonial style fans which I thought looked great and would be sufficient in September/ october time. The front of the hotel had bifold doors which they opened and quite literally brought the stunning view inside - A/C would have been pointless and in my view was well worth it. Our rooms on the other hand had brilliant A/C, to the point where I had to use a blanket at night as it cooled our, otherwise boiling room to very "cool" indeed! Food is amazing. We have had a number of AI holidays and the food here was by far the best There are some lovely little shops outside of the hotel and a useful little mini supermarket within the reception Now the only reason I haven't given this 5 dots is for a handful of reasons that you may or may not find reasonable, they just really annoy me 1) you have to pay a daily tariff to use your room safe. On an AI we don't often take much money with us (obvious reasons) 2) you are given a key to your room safe with your room number on(?!)..... there are so many hotels now using keypads and 4 digit codes, a)for free and b) meaning you do not have to carry or hide your safe key. We felt it was a money making scheme not really very welcoming and an inconvenience. 3) we were given only 1 key to our room. this is annoying if you want to do different things during the day. 4) you had to leave a deposit for the pool towels - now I realise this is not a biggie, but on a 4* AI I would have like to have be trusted to return 4 towels. I've been to many hotels over the last 4 years and they all manage a pool towel lending system that does NOT require the guests to hand over their, possibly limited Euros given its an AI, for towels. 5) on the final day we were told we could securely leave our luggage in lockers.....which again they charged us for. Basically these little extras, which in many 4* hotels now are included, were not "All inclusive" These are not aimed to put you off. I would go back again tomorrow....I just would have like to have been prepared for these things as they just bugged me a bit Overall - fabulous and stunningMore

Gloyner, 190768

Great all inclusive relaxing holiday

We arrived to pouring rain followed by a very dramatic thunder and lightning show during the first night, however once the rain cleared up it was fantastic. The site is a great mix of buildings and spread out so you don't feel cramped. The grounds are extensive and there are plenty of things to do to keep you entertained. The site is quite hilly and there are a number of steps down to the lower area of the site so not great for those with mobility issues. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful. The room was cleaned on a daily basis including clean towels and sheets. The buffet restaurant provided a wide choice of both hot and cold food, with a different theme every evening. There is also another buffet area by the lower pool open during the lunch time and the lagoon pool bar also served burgers/hot dogs for anyone wanting a snack. The view from the outdoor area of the buffet restaurant is great, especially in the morning with the sun rising over the mountains of Albania. There was beer, wine, tea, coffee, water and soft drinks on tap to help yourself or local spirits and cocktails served by very hard working friendly bar staff. Gouvia itself is fairly small, but has lots of shops and places to eat if you want a change of scenery. Corfu Town is only a short bus ride away and only costs a few Euros (tickets can be bought cheap from the hotel shop). The entertainment was varied and the team worked all day and evening to provide varied activities, from yoga on the beach to bingo to dancing. We would recommend this hotel and wouldn't hesitate to return for another great holiday.More

JonnieBBS, 186403

Best holiday hotel visited so far

Great hotel ' good food great outdoor space nice Chinese resteraunt on site clean rooms & plenty of room for 4 people & only 5 minutes in a taxi to Corfu town if you fancy a change of scenery . And the added bonus was a mc Donald's in Corfu town for the fussy children who want nuggetsMore

mildu66, 186487

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