Five-star Greek luxury on a private peninsula in Corfu
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Deluxe Guestroom with sea view
Luxury Suite with sea view
A glamorous and serene five-star holiday on a private peninsula in Corfu, with a visiting Michelin-starred chef – includes half board, all travel and a sea view room
- Sprawled over one of the most exclusive peninsulas in Corfu, this idyllic haven has the feel of a regal hideaway. Beautiful inside and out, the five-star Grecotel Corfu Imperial makes guests feel like royalty with palatial furnishings, smart guestrooms and a parade of brightly painted villas, right at the water’s edge.
- The two-storey Elixir Beauty Spa is a luxury retreat within the already serene grounds, the centrepiece being its circular indoor pool with glass walls that let you drink in the scenery all around you. There’s also a sauna, gym and private treatment room where you can indulge with massages and signature treatments.
- For hearty Mediterranean buffet dining, head to Mon Repos for Mediterranean buffet fare and sweeping views over the Ionian Sea. Fine French dining takes place at Aristos restaurant: at the moment, the restaurant boasts a menu created by the Michelin-starred chef, Thanos Feskos. This hotel has a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
- Eight restaurants and bars
- Outdoor pool
- Fitness classes
- Live entertainment shows
- Scuba diving (chargeable)
- Private beaches
- Indoor pool
How to get there
Grecotel Corfu Imperial is around thirteen kilometres from Corfu International Airport. Private airport transfers are included in your offer to make your holiday that little more stress-free.
Good to know
The dress code for all restaurants and bars insists on footwear at all times, cover-ups over bathing suits in the daytime and elegant casual wear (no shorts or beachwear; long trousers and shirts with sleeves) in the evenings.
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