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Coral Hotel Reviews - Travelers Advice on Hotel Coral in Corfu, Roda

Set in the modern Greek resort of Roda with its bustling tavernas, this small, Coral hotel is 22 kilometres from the cobbled
streets of Corfu Old Town (Kerkyra) . An extensive pool area is furnished with palms, sun loungers and umbrellas and is complete with a bar and a barbecue, refreshments are also available at the beach bar. Hotel Coral’s guestrooms feature simple decor and extend onto furnished balconies with sea, pool or mountain views; all include direct-dial phones and hair dryers. Coral hotel family run property features high quality services in a relaxed and truly friendly atmosphere. The combination of the excellent location in corfu and the facilities offered make this a very enjoyable holiday choice. Open from May to October. Offers single, double and triple rooms

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Re: What a great week
by x_leanne_x_17  on July 2008 | Overal Rating of Coral hotel: 8/10
I and two of my friends have just returned from a great holiday to Hotel Coral in Roda Corfu... Straight away we were greeted by 3 members of staff, 2 of which who carried our suitcases to our room. Rooms were basic but still spacious and very clean.
They were cleaned everyday with fresh towels. The staff were amazing, this was the first hotel i had been too which all the staff really interacted with their guests, always making sure we were happy with the services... this is the reason why i would return as we all got on so well with the staff and it was a shame to say goodbye. Roda village itself was very nice, maybe a little bit to quiet as we were all young girls maybe looking for a bit of night life... but we did go to the hotels Greek Night which was very good and we also had a great meal at Coral hotel from the a la carte menu. would definitely recommend this hotel.

Re: certainly return to St George and Star studios!
by Mr N Luke on Sep, 2008 | Overal Rating of Star Studios: 8/10
Just returned from a week at the Stars studios, and I must say I thoroughly enjoyed my stay there.
Room was fine and was made most welcome by Kostas and Mila. We ate at a variety of different venues in St george town, and had some excellent meals at Stars, which was good value. The only downside was the weather which only gave us about three days of sunshine, hence the 8. Will certainly return to Saint George in Corfu and stay again at the Star studios

Re: All in all it Coral was a reasonable hotel
by skrg28 on October 2007 | Overal Rating of Coral hotel: 6/10
Not knowing where to go for hols this year we decided to convert our Tesco vouchers and go for a free holiday.
The one place that always seemed to come up was the Coral Hotel in Corfu. All the pictures and info on the net pointed to a good family run hotel in a nice area of Corfu. Coral hotel is situated on the outskirts of RODA which itself is about an hour and a half from Corfu Town and the airport. Coral hotel itself is literally a small stones throw from the beach. Alas that's a pebble beach but its still right on the sea. When we arrived I was pleasantly surprised at the location. There's about a 10 mile stretch of water between Corfu and the mountains of Albania. Stick all of this together and you have nothing short of a fantastic location.
Coral hotel is divided up in to two main parts. The first being the original hotel block and the second consisting of a block with around 30 rooms running down the length of the garden. The main section of the hotel houses the usual stuff like the restaurant and bar and some additional rooms. First impressions when you walk in are pretty good. Everything is well maintained, clean and tidy. You are greeted with smiles and welcomes from all of the staff. Being a 3 star hotel the rooms are not top notch quality but what you would expect for a budget room, with basic amenities. Alas there was no TV, but then you don't need it. Unfortunately no kettle either but hey. First impressions of the room are a clean and tidy feel but that changed for us on closer inspection. Your given the choice of a choice at checkin of either a shower room or one with a bath. We took the shower room only to find that we wished we had taken the bath. The grounds were all well very well kept. Leading down from the rooms was a covered walkway (covered by the biggest grape vine I have ever seen). Between the room block and the hotel was the swimming pool. I have to say the pool was very good and heated so a swim was always on the cards. The sun loungers were a little tired and it seemed to be pot luck as to whether ou got one that was broken or one that you could actually sit on. All in all the pool area could have done with some new equipment and perhaps a bit of thought on how to utilise the space better. The main section of the had the breakfast area and eating place for dinner along with reception, pool / snooker area and bar. The little bar wasn't up to much and never actually opened in the 2 weeks we were there but the main bar was the place to be anyway. The min bar area was pretty cool and played host to a number of very good nights. There was a good selection of drinks on offer at some pretty good prices for the area. All in all it was a reasonable hotel. That's the best way I can describe it. I wanted to write more but just cant….. I can honestly say I wouldn't go back to the hotel but would go back to the area. The trip cost about £800 for the 2 weeks but we later found that a better hotel down the road were charging £160 for 2 per week. I know you get what you pay for but I was a little disappointed

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