Adonis & Asonitis Apartments  


Set in a peaceful village, this family-run apartment complex has 2 pools and is 2 minutes from the beach.

This place gets unbeatable views across the traditional village of Kalami and its sandy bay. There are 2 pools, and the beach is just a couple of minutes away down a flight of steps.

The apartments are traditional in style, with tiled roofs and terracotta tones. The 2 bars* serve Greek specialities as well as light snacks, and the nearest taverna* is just a few metres' walk.

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Based on 314 reviews

  • Official Rating   
    A Class
  • 5Floors
  • Lifts: 2 serving the first 4 blocks only. There are a maximum of 30 steps to block 5 and 90 steps to block 6

Food & Drink

Self Catering

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2 outdoor pools

Enjoy a relaxing swim, or lie back on one of the sunbeds dotted on the surrounding sun terrace and soak up the sea views.

Restaurant bar

For breakfast, drinks, meals and snacks. The menu offers local daily specials or something more familiar. Live sports events can be watched on the satellite TV.

Pool snack bar

Offering refreshments at the top pool throughout the day.

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studio for up to 3

Studio sleeps up to 3, with either 2 or 3 beds.

studio for 2

Studio sleeps 2.

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Amazing location.....average apartments

Just returned....been to corfu a lot,kalami is beautiful as well as surrounding bays. We had a 1 bed apartment....a list of little niggles...air con broke after paying 70euros for your week......! Got refund.and used fans 10euro each.....fridge leaked..needed defrosting...bedroom mirror fell off wall....bathroom shower attachment fell off...washing line came off wifi...not all in all amazing location,kalami is spot on,as is corfu and all the lovely friendly locals,but these apartments need some serious TLC....More

Nade S, Alston, United Kingdom

Stunning Kalami Bay

I stayed at the Adonis & Asonitis Apartments in the last week of June with my two girlfriends and sister we had a two bedroom both ensuite apartment on the 6th floor which was very clean large and spacious the views when we opened our shutters in the morning was simply stunning I believe you would struggle to find a view so beautiful as this we sat there for breakfast and evening drinks before going out The hotel and staff were all lovely full of enthusiasm friendly and helpful they even took us to Kassioppi and picked us up at 1.30 in the morning with NO charge!!! The pool at the top has incredible views although we did not swim in it as we love the sea which was crystal clear flat and very warm There are four restaurant's in this village five if you count the one on the top road (our least favourite) all of which are lovely if you love fresh Greek food especially the fish and calamari We hired a boat for two days that was simply the best fun being your own skipper dropping anchor for a swim and pulling in to all the other bays with there beach side taverns but Kalami was the best! I would not have any hesitation to recommend this beautiful simple clean accommodation to stay in three of us work for British Airways and have been to many 5* hotels across the world but this is simple unpretentious traditional Greece at its best I believe Thomson are changing the tariff next season to all B&B from self catering even so it will still be fab because of the location and the views it commandsMore

jane s, Brighton, United Kingdom

A great little apartment...

Great place to return to for many reasons... Kalami bay is a small little resort with a couple of restaurants and shops, hotels and a beach! Not much here to do, but a beautiful and quiet place to escape for a week or more! We were here for a week, and that was plenty for us. The apartment that we were given was very basic, with a tiny oven and a toastie maker.... a kettle and that about it! There were two small single beds pushed together.... we definitely got what we paid for. There was a small balcony to sit on and relax in the sun, with a stunning view!! However, when we were provided with a place to shower on our final day, it was a lot nicer, decorated really nicely with modern fittings to a high standard... for not very much more! So if we were to go back, I would think about booking the nicer room. The nights were really noisy and loud, so we didn't sleep very well! The walls were thin and so often we were woken at night by people returning to their rooms, or simply just noises from outside! There is a small shop in the hotel, and a lively, fun bar to enjoy the evening entertainment.More

Lauren G, Bristol, England, United Kingdom


Having read lots of reviews before travelling I have to say that we were disappointed. Rooms are dated and kitchen and bathroom areas are in need of a re-furb. The area around the top pool is not child friendly, there is a sheer drop and only an easily climbable barrier around the sunbathing area. There were many times when we could not get a sunbed as these are not plentiful. On the positive side the Cocktails and Dreams bar was always friendly and Alex and Mikey did their best to create a good atmosphere.More

Neil T, Mold, United Kingdom

July 2014 family of 4

This was our first visit to Corfu after many holidays in other parts of the Greek Islands. I. Have to say that this holiday is right near the very top overall of all the places we have visited in Greece for a number of reasons. As people before have already mentioned, the bay of kalami is simply stunning. In our opinion you will struggle to find a hotel in all of Greece with views as amazing as these so for that it gets 5 stars. We were very lucky with our room as we were positioned in block 2 which is kind of half way up. We had a 1 bedroom apartment which had 2 bathrooms and a massive double balcony (which was more like a terrace than a balcony). We went with friends who's rooms were in different blocks. 1 couple were in a small room in block 3 which seemed fine as there were only 2 of them and baby. The other family were in block 5 which is above the top pool. They had a one bed apartment which was one of the renovated rooms. Again it was a lovely room with incredible views. There were a few minor issues with the rooms but nothing that would affect our holiday. It was basic things like, 1 patio door was stiff to open and one of the shower heads didn't attach to the bracket on the wall so you had to hold it. As I say these were only minor issues and I feel if the hotel could just get a slightly tighter grip on these little issues it would make a big difference. The rooms are cleaned 6 times a week and are cleaned to a decent standard. Overall we liked our room. It was basic but spacious and it appears that every room in the hotel benefits from the views no matter which block you are in. There are a lot of steps to the higher blocks but we walked from Beach to top pool many times throughout our holiday with 2 small children and found it to be ok. Some of our friends had a pushchair and managed to get around the hotel fairly well. You can walk up to where the lifts are near the second block and get a lift to just below the top pool. There are still a few steps to climb then to get to the top pool and more still if you want to get to the top road where the bus to kassiopi is. The staff at the hotel were very friendly and always helpful. The couple in the shop would always converse and the reception staff were always helpful and informative. The lads in the bar work extremely hard. One minor criticism is nobody ever seems to have any change so a good tip would be To try take smaller denomination if taking euros. If you have some old coins knocking about then do take them. There is a happy hour in the bar from 2000-2200. The cocktails are great. As a mythos drinker though I stuck to that. With respect to the mythos. In the cocktail and dreams bar they serve it in the small bottles. I think it was 3 euros a bottle. In the shops it's only 1 euro for one Of the larger bottles. That's a tough pill to swallow for a tight yorkshireman but appreciate that it's a bar so you have to pay the prices. We found the overall prices of things in kalami to be ok. Wouldn't say cheap but also it's not overly expensive either. We ate out every night and tried every restaurant inckalami at least once and also the ones at Agni. Our favourite restaurant was Nikolas at Agni. For us this was by far the nicest restaurant on all fronts. The service, the atmosphere, the food and the price. On all fronts it was above every other taverna for us. The difference in Price for this taverna to the others was noticeable. As a contrast we visited the Agni restaurant (both restaurants offer a free boat taxi from kalami which was such a lovely extra). The Agni taverna we found to Be quite pricey overall and the food was alright but no better than anywhere else. As a family of 4 we felt less welcome in the Agni taverna as it felt like our kids may disturb others and it felt like the staff were aware of this too. We felt more at home in Nikolas as already said. The kalami beach taverna and thomasses were also lovely restaurants. The food was always spot on and the service was good in both. We also ate at the White House. This again gets a lot of visitors from those In yachts who can pull up their dinghy right outside. This taverna has a lot of history and is in a lovely setting right on the edge of the water. Unfortunately for us though, we didn't enjoy the food. Which for us is a massive disappointment. As with all places though it's about taste and opinions so I Certainly would advise that visitors try all tavernas and come to your own conclusion. That's what it's all about anyway. We did 2 trips whilst there. One was a night boat to Corfu town. The cheapest we found this trip was In kassiopi. Kassiopi itself is cheaper than kalami. This is probably because there is more competition. Everything in kalami was more or less priced the same wherever you went. They even had their happy hours at the same time which to me seems daft because if you staggered it out at the couple of places that do It, it may encourage people to have a walk about on an evening. Back to the trips. We booked a boat trip to Corfu town. This picked us up at a small bay (15 mins walk for kalami). There were trips from kalami but this worked out a lot cheaper and we enjoyed The short walk nonetheless. Corfu town is worth a visit. I was blown away by its grandeur. A lovely town with so much history, beautiful buildings and it Felt very cosmopolitan in places too. Overall well worth a visit. The other trip we did was to hire a boat. There were 9 of us and we hired a 25bhp boat for the day we had it from 0900-1800. To hire the boat and with the fuel it ended costing us around £90 in total. This was superb value for money as the experience and freedom of skippering your own boat and sailing up/down the coast is one not to be missed. My only regret is that we didn't do this in the first week as we would have definitely done it again if we'd had the time. The boats are easy to drive (like an automatic car) although parking em up can be tricky. The pools at the hotel were great though there are not enough sun beds at either pool and you still get people placing towels on them in the mornings which is frustrating. That said we would often start the day at the top pool sat by the bar and more often than not, sun beds would become available as the day progressed. Out of pool and beach we preffered the beach. It's a stunning beach, lots of yachts to watch, the scenery is stunning, the water is crystal clear and the beach itself is pebbles. Beach shoes are recommended but the advantage of this beach over sand is that you didn't have to worry about taking half the beach back to the room with you. We didn't hire sunbeds (it's around 9euros for 2 beds and umbrella). On the first day we bought an umbrella from one of the supermarkets for 8 euros. This was a wise investment as it gets very hot as you can imagine. During the day we would snack so things like fresh bread and pastries were available at the Supermarkets from 8am. One day we got pork / chicken gyros from medina taverna. They do these to take away (4 euros each). They were nice and we ate them at the beach. We also had crepes to takeaway from the evia pool bar which is a nice pool bar to visit if you fancy a change from adonis. The adonis hotel are quite strict about taking your own food and drink to the pool areas. I asked Gina about this and she explained it was due to tax reasons and that the hotel could face a fine if people were seen to be eating food that the hotel couldn't account for. I'm sure this is correct but as it's a self catering accomodation you would think that it would be ok to do this. Nonetheless you have to either order from them or go back to your room to eat your own things. For me this was an inconvenience but we accepted that was how it is and just got on with it. Overall to summarise I would say that this is good accomodation at one of the most amazing parts of Greece we have ever visited. We have never been back to the same place twice but are seriously considering returning next year. The comments I've made are based on our experiences and are just to give people a bit of a heads up and foresight before visiting themselves. Nowehere is perfect but kalami isn't far off.More

dazler, yorkshire, Uk

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