Some of the reviews for this hotel leave me shaking my head a bit.... Yes, this is not a luxury hotel, but really now, come on, what did you pay for it?!! I really liked this hotel. Yes it's not luxury, but it's clean, friendly and in a great position. Even better that it's adult focussed. EVERY member of staff is lovely, wide variety of drinks, and a lovely pool. Seriously just stay here, and ignore the whingers who clearly will never be happy :) More
This is a small family run apartment block, it is clean tidy relaxing and very welcoming. Most of the people staying there are repeat visitors and we will certainly be going back. Even though we were Bed and Breakfast there is a full size fridge in the room which was great for water and beers from the supermarket. The breakfast provided is basic toast coffee and jam but for a euro you can have poached eggs which were very tasty and fresh a full English is 4.50 which is a lot cheaper than other places to eatMore
Second time and it gets better !
This was our second visit to the Paleo inn , we came last in 2013 and we were not disappointed . On arrival we were met by Anthimos ( owners son ) very politely and with a great smile , he checked our booking then asked our names (which he never forgot throughout the whole holiday ) . He did offer help with our cases but as we had been before we knew were to go . The room is standard simple Greek , very clean and plenty of space to put your clothes , the bed was comfy and i always sleep well here . Air con is 5 euros a day . Breakfast is served usually by Katerina and Anna which consists of toast/bread and coffee or tea but you can have eggs fried , boiled . scrambled , poached or a two egg omlette for a euro other options are available such as ham and cheese slices , cornflakes , yoghurt with honey all these are just a euro and a full english breakfast is available for 4.5 euros . I usually had toast but did have the fried eggs a few times and they really are the best fried eggs you will ever have ! Andreas the owner would normally turn up about 8:15 in the morning but sometimes he did breakfast , he would always stop to chat with the guests , if he could help you he would , nothing was too much trouble .
Th last member of staff to tell you about is Spiros the barman , Spiros is a great , he laughed and joked with the guests and interacted with them when he was not busy but he wasnt pushy , if you were quiet he would not try to force you into a conversation , he really did know how to treat people , if you wanted drinks mixed slightly different that was no trouble at all . Anthimos also did the bar mostly in the day time and he was great too but we didnt see much of him as we were on the beach all day . The pool in the Paleo inn was very clean and a nice area to relax but we are beach people and only used it for a few hours one day .
Overall we we had a brilliant holiday and we booked to go back in 2016 while we were there , the Paleo inn and ALL its staff make for a PERFECT Greek holiday !!!!!!!!!
One quick note , at a guess i would estimate this hotel has a return rate of 90-95 % , to me this proves how good it is !!!More
Beer '0'clock 2...the sequel
Stayed here as a couple in September 2015.
The resort is great and the accomodation was good. Rememeber the cost....don't let your expectation exceed the price.
As a resort Paleokastritsa leaves Sidari standing...beaches are great and eating out is good. Whereas In Sidari beach and resort we rated as poor, but meals and accomodation were better.
The staff are great, pool good, restaurants nearby are good...if not too busy....beach restaurants are ok but expensive as are the sunbeds.
As far as Paleo Inn goes, make sure you have air conditioning in the room and try to be as rude to Spiros as he is to you :)
Overall a good holiday in a pretty resort....not the best Corfu has to offer but a worthy 8 out 10More
Great place to stay
My husband and I stayed here in August for 2 weeks and we had a lovely, peaceful and relaxing holiday. Our room, on the first floor, was simply furnished, very clean and comfortable. Our sheets and towels were changed regularly and although we had no aircon, we hired a fan which did the job perfectly well. The pool was beautiful, and we sat there quite often as we aren't really beach people, plus they were so busy with it being August. The pool is such a lovley place to swim, always clean and so welcoming to slip into when it got too hot. Breakfast was toast, jam, with coffee or tea but you could have extras, such as eggs, yoghurt, cornflakes for just one euro extra, good food and it was all served by the lovely team of Anna, Katerina and Anthemis, and always iwth a smile. The hotel is very handy for walking to the beaches, the monastery ( a must to visit and look around, and go to the taverna up there and watch the sunset. Beautiful) and there are so many restaurants to choose from too very close by. We went to the restaurant on the right of the hotel a couple of places down and enjoyed the best Greek night we've been too. Great dancing, live music and singing, plate smashing and good food too,. Then later on the locals got up and sang or danced, such a great night. Tango bar serves amazing salads, we had summer salad, delicious and also had a pizza there, also delicious. We went to the Belvedere restaurant 3 times and managed to get the corner table overlooking the sea each time, great view whilst eating great food.We also walked up the donkey track one day to Lancones, a steep climb up but such an amazing view from up there, it's a must for a visit. If you do go, try to find the little shop, cafe run by Maria, it's authentic Greece. We went into Corfu town a coupleof times on the bus which stops almost outside the hotel. We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday here and woudl stay here again no problem.More