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Travellers Advice on Konstantinoupolis Hotel in Corfu, Kerkyra

Re: Great roof top bar!
by Lucy & Alex on July 2008 | Overal Rating of Cavalieri Hotel: 8/10
We stayed in Hotel Cavalierifor just 2 nights before crossing to the mainland for a wedding and found this hotel to be fine for this. It is in a good location, making it easy to explore corfu town with a great view over the harbour. This is best appreciated at the roof top bar which was a great way to start our holiday when arriving late at night. Our friends ate at the resturant and found the food to be ok but not great. There are lots of great resturants and bars nearby. A day is all you need to see all of corfu town. There is a very tiny bay accross the road from the hotel where you can swim in the very warm sea. The sea has got a lot of weeds and the beach is more dusty than sandy with a concrete area. Cavalieri hotel isn't the place to stay if you are wanting to catch some sun, the rest of corfu island is better suited to that. My biggest tip is don't try and get a taxi at siesta time! We asked for a taxi at reception at about 1.15pm to be told 'no taxi, go to que' After half an hour queing at the taxi rank and no sign of any taxis we had to walk about half an hour to the port. It was a very hot exausting walk! Liked — The roof top bar. Disliked — Breakfast

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Re: No complaints at all!
by Mouldy on Oct 2007 | Overal Rating of Cavalieri: 8/10
I generally agree with all the comments by previous reviewers, Except for the only critical one-especially as Mikhailis could not have been more helpful or pleasant to us. We stayed for a week-loved Corfu town (esp[ecially the Liston at any time of day) and excellent as a base to see some of Corfu island by public transport. Why anyone goes for a resort hotel on half board (unless they just want to lie on a beach) when the choice of restuarants here in the evening was so good? We tried six different places-mainly recommended by Cavalieri hotel, but there were plenty more in the guidebooks-apart from being double charged for the house wine at the Aegli, we had superb service and a range of Greek, Italian and international food. Rouvas for lunch, La Cucina for pasta and the Sailing Club in the Old Fortress for ambience were the highlights. Excellent location-we had a standard room on the third floor with a balcony and a lovely view of the bay-beds were a bit soft, but everything else was fine and very clean. Cannot comment on the a/c as we didn't need it. All the reception staff were so helpful and knowledgeable-especially at recommending beaches and buses and organising our excursions. Breakfast was not exciting, but what was provided was fine and always quickly replenished. A restrained and old fashioned hotel with no frills-it suited us fine, although I agree probably three star, not four.We were expecting to spend time on the roof terrace, but it was closed because of bad weather the previous week (the hotel, in fairness, does say that it is only open from May to September), we were allowed to take our drinks up from the bar on two occasions just to admire the views and take some photos. All in all Cavalieri Hotel isvery good value for the price-but I wouldn't want to pay their advertised high season prices

Re: Fantastic Hotel in Corfu !!
by Colleen&Simon on March 2007 | Overal Rating of Cavalieri: 9/10
We stayed in Cavalieri for 7 nights and thoroughly enjoyed it, we stayed on the 3rd floor, and our room was very clean and big, we had fantastic panoramic views of Corfu town and sea. There is a lift, if the stairs become too much, with the windows closed it is quiet - considering you are right in the middle of town, flick on the AC and you are there, there is a rooftop bar/restaurant we had cocktails at the end of our evening and enjoyed the fantastic views. The breakfast was good and the room formal (as with any hotel) the staff are very helpful and always there ! You might need to hire a car or scooter to get to the beaches, we hired a car and always managed to find somewhere to park, with this we visited Korission Beach and it's superb, quiet and big, complete with a shower !! You must visit Spiros Taverna on the way in - just on the can't miss it. As the flight was just over 2 hours, the 10-15min taxi from the airport was wonderful.... So you are in your hotel in no time ready to start your beautiful holiday...have fun !!

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