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Corfu Hotel, Ayia Napa
I love Corfu Hotel - Joana. Date of travel: May 2010
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I went to Corfu hotel last week with my family for relax. The hotel is in a great location near to the centre and with a view to the sea. I must confess that the room was clean and comfortable. Also I can say that the breakfast and dinner were excellent. The staff was very friendly to us and the service was perfect. Overall we would probably return to the Corfu hotel for our next holidays.
Excellent Hotel !!! - Luter Thomson. Date of travel: Oct 2008
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Great location in Corfu where you can easily reach the beach and the center of Ayia Napa with the very active night live. Very clean rooms,excellent pool area with a lot flowers. The breakfast was extremely good and the staff very friendly.
Fabulous Location - Bonnici. Date of travel: Apr 2008
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Fabulous Location
My husband and I stayed in this Corfu Hotel for 7 days in April 2008. We were given very nice sea view room overlooking the pool and the Fishing hardboard. The pool area was great, very clean and modern with Iviskus and Bouganville flowers. The breakfast and dinner was excellent buffet. Lovely and friendly staff. The location is fabulous as is five minutes away from the Grecian beach and ten minutes from Ayia Napa square. The hotel is in quiet and peaceful area. Overall we had a great holidays and this hotel was very good value for money.
We loathed the Corfu - Mr A Wilson. Date of travel: Oct 2004
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Worst hotel we have ever stayed in!!! Night porter on reception was always asleep and took ages to wake to let you in. We had to step over leaking sewerage to reach our vehicle in the morning and the stench.... Breakfast was very repetitive and boring and evening meals were exactly the same. Dessert was always grapes as they were grown on the premises in the overhanging vines that covered the terraces where you sat for eating etc. Because food was so repetitive, guests started eating out, us included, but we were all cross examined on our return like a concentration camp! Our 2nd week we noticed that the pool bar was closed, pool music, water feature and shower had all been turned off....why? We were told because it was the end of the season...erm...what about us? So sick of the food and subsequent tummy bug, we ate out only to find on our 1am return, that a mouse was running round our room. Trying to complain to the porter was useless so we complained to reception in the morning. We had to continually chase them for feed back only to be told that their maintenance man couldn't find it! We finally complained to our travel company who sat us down in amongst the vines and said well, Cyprus has lots of mice. Yes, I said, but is it healthy to have poison boxes in amongst the vines that overhang the food terraces and I have actually seen mice running up the vines whilst we're eating.....? The result of our complaint was that the tour rep was well known to hotel owner and confided our plight with him. He became very aggressive and intimidating towards us so our final couple of days was a nightmare. On the last week, the smell of sewerage in the corridors of the hotel was overpowering because most guests had not left and the toilets were not getting flushed through. Also, the last couple days breakfast became just boiled eggs or toast... because the hotel was shutting down!!! We complained on our last morning because we were not even given a cup of tea before being taken to the airport and we were thirsty and hungry as no tea making facilities in the rooms. When we finally arrived back in the UK and took up the complaint with the travel company, they didn't want to know and made out we just wanted a freebee Cyprus holiday. Not likely, we were emigrating to Cyprus anyway and had only stayed at the hotel because our villa wasn't ready. I often drive past the Corfu now and thank my lucky stars that we'll never have to go through that again but feel so sorry for the poor guests that do stay there.
 
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