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Located on the seafront of one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in Corfu - Agios Spyridon, our hotel is popular with families and couples as there is something for everyone here. There is a buffet restaurant, as well as two à la carte restaurants. The hotel offers several activities on the site. Volleyball, dart, boule, tennis, basketball and soccer are all available. The gym features bar-bell, stationary bikes, multi-machine, as well as aqua gym and stretching. The buffet restaurant features a children's buffet. The à la carte restaurants feature different cuisines, Famiglia Roka serves Italian food, while Olives serves Mediterranean. Our guests are asked to follow the dress code at dinner. Free Wi-fi is available throughout the property. Within the property you will also find a Mini-Market, kids club & a Spa. A shuttle service to Acharavi ,Kassiopi and Corfu Town is available at an additional cost. All rooms are equipped with a safety box free of charge.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
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Flo S wrote a review Yesterday
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We visited here mid July for five days. Our (superior) room was lovely, well maintained with a lovely modern bathroom with walk-in shower. Also had a balcony. The resort was spotless and run like a well oiled machine. The staff are excellent, if a little rushed off their feet. Food was nice, plenty of fresh food, bread and fruit. It was nice for 5 days but not sure I’d want to eat there every day for 2 weeks. Our only complaint was people being allowed to book the a la crate restaurants before they arrived and not enough umbrellas. Otherwise it was excellent, especially for the price. One tip, book taxis in advance as they are very hard to get
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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JCTraveller5 wrote a review Yesterday
Evesham, United Kingdom76 contributions41 helpful votes
We had a lovely time at the Mareblue. Location: the hotel itself is quite remote but the views across to Albania are stunning. There are two local bars and a Taverna but beyond that you have the hotel. Kassiopi is a beautiful village that is 4miles away - a cab is circa £13 each way. Rooms: the rooms are dated but functional. Ours was a family room with two bunk beds in. It was a little tight for our needs but we didn’t spend a huge amount of time in it. Food: the food was very good at each meal, there was always plenty of variety and the food was always hot as turned over regularly. The restaurant had particular pinch points when it was busy but you were still able to get a table at peak times. From a drinks point of view you only get certain things on all inclusive - the local beer is awful, lacks any kind of taste and is basically fizzy water. Recommend checking out the local bars for better local alternatives. You can also pay for other drinks at the hotel. Staff: Everyone working at the hotel works really hard and are really friendly. Entertainment: The entertainment is uneven - we had some really brilliant stuff - the Greek night for example was awesome, but some of it was woeful. The animation team aren’t always very visible. We were there for 12 days - and given the location that was too long and we should have stayed somewhere a bit less remote but the hotel and its facilities were great
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Veronika wrote a review 11 Aug
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We spent a one-week holiday there in July and we were absolutely satisfied with everything. In a nutshell: nice food, lovely room, beautiful surroundings, friendly staff, we loved every minute of it. We'd read a few bad reviews before we travelled and after our stay I would say that whether you write positively or negatively about this place, all depends on your personal expectations and liking. Something bothers you, but not others and vice versa I can understand that some things might be annoying for some people, but not for us, this is why I'll try to list everything we experienced in details. It’s going to be a long review. Location: the northern part of Corfu, about 50-60 minutes from the airport (travelled by the agency's transfer bus). It's true that it's not a busy area, there's no nightlife or a disco nearby, but it's just perfect for a family holiday. The hotel premises are lovely; the garden is well-kept. To travel anywhere you need a taxi, a hotel shuttle-bus (you can apply for different organised bus trips at the reception for an extra fee) or you could rent a car (offered on site near the reception, though we didn’t use this service). Near the hotel entrance there’s a mini market with souvenirs and snacks, drinks, toiletries etc. Down at one of the beaches there’s another similar small shop (I found this latter one a bit cheaper). Check-in: We arrived in the morning so our room wasn’t ready yet, but we’d expected this to happen, normally every hotel sets the check-in time at around 2-3 pm (here it’s 3 pm). The receptionist was very kind and told us that our room might be ready at around 12.30 and so it happened. While waiting, we could already have the all-inclusive drinks and a member of staff took our suitcases to our room so we could walk around the hotel to spend some time till the room got ready. Room: We booked a garden-view superior double room with a third bed (it wasn’t a folding one, it was a real single bed). It was nicely furnished and clear, not very big, but just good for 3 people. There’s a fridge (though apart from 3 bottles of water upon arrival it is not filled), a kettle plus teabags and instant coffee, flat-screen TV, really comfortable beds and great black-out curtains. The bathroom had a walk-in shower, it also looked modern. The bed-linen and towels were fresh and clear. They’re not changed daily, but it wasn’t even necessary for a week-long stay. Cleaning service came every day, made the beds, swept, mopped, took out the garbage. The air conditioner worked perfectly. The room had a balcony with a small table and two chairs (not very comfortable ones, but if you put a towel on them, they’ll do fine). The balconies are not very private, they’re separated from the neighbouring ones with a short wall, so you can see what’s happening on other balconies (spoiler alert: nothing, occasionally you see your neighbours for 12 seconds hanging their wet swimming suit). The Wi-Fi worked well, though we had the router behind the TV and its flashing could be annoying, at first we didn’t know where the lights came from. Hotel staff: we didn’t have much contact with them apart from ordering drinks and a few questions at the reception, but they were all friendly and helpful, did their job well. Food/drink: the hotel offers all-inclusive service and for us it paid off well. Our first priority when choosing an AI hotel was that we didn’t want to run errands to buy drinks for the daytime or pay extra for them at dinner or eat lunch at other restaurants for extra, and for this purpose the choice was perfect. Soft drinks, sodas, fruit juices and water at breakfast and lunch, plus wine and beer at dinner. These drinks are on taps; you can serve yourself. I’ve read complaints about the poor choice of AI cocktails, namely 6 types were included, which might be too few for some, for us it was enough, we were satisfied with it. It might be important that only filter coffee is included in the AI, all other types of coffee come at an extra cost at the bars and so do the branded spirits or other cocktails. The food at the main restaurant was lovely, the salad buffet was heavenly with many-many types of salad. Every day for lunch and dinner there was chicken, pork and fish (once or twice lamb), side dishes, pastas, 5-6 types of desserts, one type of soup, freshly fried meat or sausages, 2 types of vegetarian dishes. I didn’t notice any special choice for those with food intolerance, maybe it’s best to ask about it before booking. The breakfast mostly aims at the countless English guests (baked beans, eggs, sausage, bacon etc.), but there was yoghurt, fresh fruit, cold cuts, different types of bread etc., a usual hotel breakfast. The only one thing that could have been better is coffee, it was too weak for my liking, but I usually drink one specific type of specialty coffee at home and I understand that hotels won’t serve barista-made specialty cups at breakfast for 350 guest. The choice is very wide, even if some reviews say that it’s not varied, there are so many different dishes that you can find something new for every lunch and dinner. Every meal is in buffet form and there were times when we had to queue a little and it’s also true that the main restaurant could get noisy, but that’s normal when the hotel caters for so many people. The staff cleaning the tables were very quick, we hardly finished our dish, they were already there to take the empty plates. During a one-week-stay you have the possibility to eat at the other two a-la-carte restaurants at the hotel premises (included in the all-inclusive). Both of them are excellent with friendly and polite service. Booking a table immediately upon arrival at the check-in is a must, both restaurants are really busy. Pools: there are two bigger pools: one for adults only for relaxation and one for family fun. The animation mainly took place at the latter: water aerobics, water polo, beach volleyball, darts and I also saw kids painting something one day, so I guess there are children-specific programmes too (we didn’t take part in any). Around the pools there are plenty of loungers, but not that many parasols. During the day usually all the beds are taken, around 4 pm there were some “vacancies”. The family pool Is filled with sea water and I don’t know about the other one (didn’t use it). There’s also a third, small pool for babies. The family pool closes at 7 pm, I guess not to disturb the people having dinner at the nearby a-la-carte restaurants. There’s a bar at both the family and the adults only pool. Near the family pool you can get ice-cream, cakes and sandwiches during the day (included in the AI). Beaches: the hotel doesn’t have an own beach, but with a two-minute-walk in either direction you’ll find one. Leaving the hotel’s garden gate on the right you’ll find a smaller sandy one, which we found a bit muddy, but a few steps away there’s an amazing rocky beach with crystal clear water. There’s not much place for sunbathing and there’s no service there, but there aren’t too many people either. In the other direction there’s the popular sandy beach with loungers and parasols. 2 loungers cost 10 euros/day, you can leave your things there when going back to the hotel for lunch, your place will be waiting for you till the end of the day. You can rent pedalling boats (20 euros/hour) and there are some motorboats too. The beach itself is clear, but the road leading there is a bit littered. Near the beaches there are three restaurants: a fancy one near the muddy beach, a normal one and a hamburger+fries type at the sandy one. An about 10-minute-walk takes you to a fourth somewhat hidden beach (not sandy, there’re pebbles). There’s no service but rarely any people either and it looks beautiful. Animation: there are fix programmes every day (see “Pools”) and thematic nights eg. Greek, Latin, magician’s show, live music at the bar etc. The animators were very lively, smiling, friendly, they announced the start of each daily programme, walked around the pool trying to get participants, but they weren’t pushy at all. Every night there was a mini disco for little kids. Our room was close to the main building and the music coming from the bar was quite loud but it was always finished at around 11.30 pm, and during the week there were live music nights only maybe twice. The other night programmes took place at the main pool, this might be loud for the guest in the nearby rooms, but the noise stopped there also at around 11 pm. The table tennis is for free but you have to wait for you turn, there’s only one table. All in all, I believe it’ a great place for a family holiday in beautiful surroundings.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Jane M wrote a review 11 Aug
Bristol, United Kingdom21 contributions94 helpful votes
The long journey from the airport was well worth it. Check in was slow due to staff explaining everything to each guest, however, we got a drink from the bar and waited our turn. The room was as requested, in a quiet area on the ground floor. Tea and coffee making facilities plus a fridge, good bathroom with a great shower, very comfortable beds and small terrace with tables and chairs. All parts of the hotel were clean although the toilets by the adult pool did get messy. The adult pool was close with plenty of loungers and bar, some guests 'saved' loungers but not loads and a few were a little loud. There always seemed to be lots of space. Food in the main restaurant was excellent with plenty of choice including Greek dishes. Our preference was to sit in the garden room part rather than the main thoroughfare. A late lunch in the pool bar was adequate but not as much choice. Didn't take up the Italian a la carte meal as lots of carbohydrate, however, Greek one was quite excellent. We walked to the small beach turning left out of the back entrance and thoroughly enjoyed the change of scenery. It has loungers and umbrellas at a reasonable cost and paddleboards etc. The people running it could not have been more helpful and toilets and food and drinks were available at the taverna We stopped off at one of the bar/tavernas for a glass on the way back to the hotel. We visited Kassiopi which was just a walk to the harbour and back with chance to buy items, I wouldn't bother again as would rather sit in the shade of a tree and read. The whole experience reminded me of how lovely Greece is and Corfu, out of the tourist areas is a perfect holiday. I will most certainly go again mid May.
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Windiesfan wrote a review 9 Aug
Bridgnorth, United Kingdom22 contributions10 helpful votes
My husband booked this last year and I began reading the reviews and wondered how bad it could be. I really don’t get the moaning reviews. The hotel and grounds are immaculate. The rooms are clean. All have Wi-Fi and AC. They are serviced daily with fresh towels. We asked for extra towels and we’re given them with no problem. There is a fridge in the room and small balcony with table and chairs. The food was amazing. A great selection of fresh food every day catering for an international clientele. So no it’s not traditional Greek food, but in 2 minutes in either direction there is a couple of Greek tavernas. They are not part of the hotel but they are not expensive. The drinks are a good variety. Yes you have to pay extra for some drinks but the cocktails are €5 each. Way cheaper than in England. The house wine is good, local beer etc. We have stayed in 5* resorts in the Caribbean where the food was not as good as here. There are 3 shops approx 2 mins away (one on site) that sells snacks, drinks, sweets, trinkets. The local beach is lovely and sandy. Not deep water but really clear, you can see the fish! About a 10 min walk up the quiet road is a gelataria selling fresh local ice cream which was amazing. This is right by the bus stop where we paid €7 for 3 of us to go to the next town. Now we were happy to use public transport but if you aren’t the hotel has a bus service 3x a week. The family pool is busy but there are plenty of sun loungers and parasols. Even if you lie in there is still plenty of space. The pool bar is great. Really good variety. I’ve cream portions are not huge which is good as the children was up more than once a day. They do cake on the afternoon. Pizza was good. Entertainment- some reviews say there is nothing to do?! There is entertainment and activities all day. Daily aqua aerobics, volley ball, water polo, kids disco, kids club, nightly organised entertainment. Really fantastic staff. Aiden needs a mention for his enthusiasm and Cora for being so lovely with the children. But honestly the others are fantastic too. Ok so nothing is perfect. The one thing is the gym. It’s pretty basic and no AC but the staff told me it’s being upgraded over the winter - and I guess most people would not use a gym on holiday. The other is I feel the spa treatments are expensive, so I didn’t use it. It looks lovely though. The bathrooms in our room needs updating but it was very clean, just not to our taste. One last point, mosquitoes. Now I’m particularly tasty to the mozzies and have been known to have over 50 bites. I have 4. I always use a repellent but even so this is amazing for me!
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Joby_lake wrote a review 9 Aug
Ottery St. Mary, United Kingdom875 contributions143 helpful votes
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We booked Mareblue as a last-minute break as our main holiday had to be cancelled due to contracting COVID a few days before we were due to depart. Stayed 11-22 July. We e-mailed the hotel a few days before arriving to ask for either a room in the Miss Moneypenny or James Bond block. A quick reply came from Kostas, Front Office Manager, who said he would look after our response. To our surprise, Kostas e-mailed again and said he had upgraded us to one of their seafront suites. Our transfer from the airport took around 2 hours (we were the last drop off) and we arrived just before 11pm. The reception staff said to leave the suitcases by reception and grab a drink from the bar as the all inclusive was due to finish. Once we checked in, we were taken to our room. Our room was Miss Moneypenny 2725 and overlooked the pool bar and pool with a sea view. The suites here are effectively 2 standard rooms in one (and can accommodate 4 with a sofa bed) and 2 bathrooms. Room was clean and spacious. A coffee machine and a couple of pods were available as was a kettle. Some coffee sachets, sugar and UHT cream was also available. I had brought my own from home. Milk I took from breakfast by filling a teapot and keeping in the fridge. Overall, we had a great time. The grounds are well looked after, very clean and tidy. There were some niggles and I filled in the feedback form to make the hotel aware. Pool Bar – yes, they have plastic glasses. Who in their right mind would give you a glass by a pool that is surrounded by concrete slabs with children (and adults) running around all day barefooted. It would be better, however, if the hotel changed the single use plastic cups to a more stable cup (like what they use (a blue cup) for those who buy branded drinks) and maybe do what they do with the pool towels and ask for a refundable deposit. The spirits they use are local and are 30% proof. The white wine is perfectly drinkable and actually surprised us. Never tried the red wine but it looked more like a very deep pink. The ouzo will still knock your socks off. If the plastic glasses are too small, order two. Most did. Fruit juices – yep, these are watered down. The pineapple juice, to me, was undrinkable. The orange was a better option. No idea about the grapefruit or apple juice. Sodas – I drank the 7up, hubby the diet Pepsi. No issues with either. The diet Pepsi was a little lively but other than that, no problems. Food – main dining room. The hotel is catering for the masses and the main dining room has a café feel about it. Breakfast will be the same daily no matter (with some very minor changes in the pastries). There is an omelette station and fried eggs are cooked regularly. For dinner, the food does get repetitive but the only thing that is the same day in day out is the salad bar and the pasta station. The main hot meals are changed daily. There are some theme nights. The veggies and rice are done in a slightly different flavour each day. The food is always hot and is replaced regularly regardless of whether it has run out or not. Greek baklava and ketaifi are available daily too, along with various other desserts in small portions. Bread and fruit are available at every meal sitting. We only sat in the main dining area for lunch once (on the day we left). They pretty much have the same as the pool bar but without the pizza. Beer, wine, fruit juice and soda was available to help yourself in the dining room. You get two free a’la carte meals during your stay (and this is the same regardless of your length of stay). We had no problems booking our two nights although we ate at a later time (which we prefer) and the meals were well into our holiday. From previous reports it might be that some have tried booking the first couple of nights of their stay when the availability is booked or only late times are available. If you can be flexible then the availability should be there. Food – pool bar. Serves lunch – salad, chips, pizza, pasta and another form of a hot meal. Fruit juices and sodas were available to help yourself. Ice cream, toasties and cakes were available from a kiosk to the side of the food area. Entertainment changes daily – karaoke, opera singers, dancers. Can’t remember what else. After dinner, hubby and I made our way down to the pool bar but sat at a table and played cards. A fair number of people were doing the same. Pool – well, towelgate continues. There are 2 issues here - people laying towels down generally and those reserving loungers under the umbrellas. By 9am, all the shades were taken. Towards the end of my holiday, even the loungers under the trees had towels on them. My pet peeve was those who did this and did not use the sun loungers all day. On the days my hubby and I were by the pool, we were leaving around 3pm. We could have used the ones where people had left their towels all day and didn’t use them. The hotel needs to police this. The resort area itself, Agios Spiridon, is small, has a couple of restaurants, a place to hire a car (although the hotel does this too but bookings tend to not be available at short notice here), somewhere to book excursions / tours and a shop. There is also a shop on the hotel grounds (reasonably priced) and another just outside the hotel down the road. On the beach you can hire kayaks, pedalos and your own boat with North Corfu Boats (see other review). The boat hire I highly recommend. We managed to hire a car for 2 days and drove to the west side of the island taking in some of the other beaches. We also booked a boat tour with a company called Cosmic (in Kassiopi, who will happily pick you up for a small charge (€5 per person return)) and took the shuttle from the hotel to Corfu Town (€15 per person – you get around 4 hours in Corfu). Other shuttles are available (Kassiopi and Arachavi). Overall, if loud music, entertainment and things to do is your go to, this is not for you. For a couple, like us, without children, I recommend going in either June or September when it is a bit quieter. Thanks for a great stay.
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Room Tip: James Bond and Moneypenny are best rooms but I think these are deluxe and suites
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ClaireMMorris wrote a review 9 Aug
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Lovely hotel. Clean. Beautiful views over Albanian mountains. Restaurant had a variety of food choices but was a little disappointed as nothing Greek which I was expecting. Food court and pizza area at pool was lovely. Drinks were served in small cups ( ones you get at a drinks fountain) which wasn’t great as you needed2/3 at a time. Not a great choice of cocktails. Entertainment was great. Aiden and Zak couldn’t do enough for our boys. Loads to do. Volley ball water polo darts. They were encouraging without being pushy. All In all a lovely place. Just missing more outside hotel as you are in middle of nowhere.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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007Ness007 wrote a review 8 Aug
Gloucester, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
We had an amazing holiday here in July. The hotel was very well kept with beautiful garden areas. The location was beautiful with amazing views over the sea of Albania & gorgeous sunsets. The food was varied and tasty. Staff were so friendly & helpful. Our room was kept so clean each day. The animation team were fantastic offering sports & evening entertainment. Cocktails included in the all inclusive price were good & the local beer was enjoyable too. Having an adult only relaxing pool separate to the other pool was genius. Best of both worlds.Definitely plan on returning as we made wonderful memories.
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BlaBla B wrote a review 8 Aug
Bucharest, Romania21 contributions2 helpful votes
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I stayed in the deluxe double room in the James Bond building. The location and the view from the room is fabulous - sea view. I stayed from 23.07 to 30.07.2022. I had emotions with this hotel when I booked with a rating of 7.7 on booking. I have never gone to hotels with a rating lower than 8.3. Dear people, this hotel is rated 10! Everything but everything is more than we expected. The staff behaves nicely, the food is very very good, the rooms are clean as well as in the complex (Sunday is the only day when cleaning is not done) The room is cleaned daily. The main restaurant has the best food and the best sweets. Although I made a reservation at the a la carte restaurants, I still arrived at the main restaurant. I have no words to say how wonderful our vacation was at this hotel. Every day/evening there are activities, concerts, Greek evening, karaoke, magic show, bingo and different games. The beach with sunbeds (10 eur - 2 pieces and an umbrella) can be found on the left as you exit the pool, a 3-minute walk away, another 10 minutes' walk to the left is also a wild beach. On the right c7m from the exit from the swimming pool, 2 minutes' walk away is the Pyramid beach, but when we went, the beach looked bad and a bit more expensive for the prices of sunbeds, if you venture further to the right, to another 2-3 minutes walk is a small wild but gorgeous beach on some rocks but with a smooth entrance into the water with fine gravel. So you have 4 beaches near the hotel to choose from at reasonable distances. To return to the resort, I arrived at 7 in the morning and was given a room immediately, I was able to have breakfast on the first day and lunch on the first day without restrictions, although my day started at 4 p.m. At the main restaurant, at the entrance, you were expected to be led to a clear table with clean cutlery. The organization at the restaurant...is a 10, as are the food, sweets and drinks as much as they can be for an all inclusive. There are also paid international drinks for the most demanding. All inclusive drinks are clearly specified in front of each serving station, as I said, an impeccable organization. I have not met anyone from those who served who was not smiling and helpful. I 100% recommend this hotel. A 4-star resort to which I would gladly return. I bow to the management and all the people who serve this hotel - Well done!
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Date of stay: July 2022
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Mel B wrote a review 7 Aug
Bolton, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
The hotel is very clean. Rooms are really basic and quite small. There were 3 of us in a room meant for 4 and there was very little space. Pool area is good, always sun beds available. Some of the reviews say that the buffet is not varied but we thought there was plenty of variety and food good quality. Plus you can eat at both of the restaurants once per stay. I’d suggest you book these as soon as you arrive as they fill up fast. Both serve great food. Some reviews also talk about the staff. We found them to be very helpful. We managed to smash a glass in the room and there was an issue with the bathroom light. Both things sorted really quickly. The hotel is a little isolated with not much to walk to so you either need to hire a car or use taxi’s. Be aware with taxis though that availability not great. We wanted to go to a different beach and tried at various times throughout the day but no taxis available. The one down side for us was the all inclusive. There were literally 4 cocktails that were included. The rest were priced at 5 euros each. Entertainment good. Overall a good hotel for families if you’re not bothered about cocktails and happy to drink wine/beer
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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$94 - $241 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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GreeceIonian IslandsCorfuAgios Spyridonas
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Mareblue Beach Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Mareblue Beach Resort?
Nearby attractions include The Boathouse Bar & Cocktails (6.7 km), Bataria Beach (5.3 km), and Pantokrator (7.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Mareblue Beach Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Mareblue Beach Resort?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Mareblue Beach Resort?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Mareblue Beach Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Roda Park Restaurant, Nikos Family Restaurant, and Yummies Sandwich Bar.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Mareblue Beach Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Mareblue Beach Resort have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Mareblue Beach Resort offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Mareblue Beach Resort?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, German, and Greek.
Are there any historical sites close to Mareblue Beach Resort?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Monastery of 40 Saints (14.7 km) and Synagogue Complex (13.7 km).
Does Mareblue Beach Resort have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
Is Mareblue Beach Resort accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.