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Set right on Almiros Beach, the all-inclusive Almyros Hotel lies in 35,000 m2 of well-tended gardens. It has a free-form pool with sun beds and umbrellas. A children’s pool and playground are provided for younger guests.
How far is the nearest beach?
This hotel overlooks the beach
Distance from Airport
The hotel is located 41km from Corfu airport
All air-conditioned units open to a balcony with garden, pool or Ionian Sea views. Each includes a pay TV with satellite channels and a hairdryer. Some accommodation types are split-level with an attic. Wifi available at an additional charge.
Food & Drink
All meals are served in buffet style at the 2 restaurants of Cyprotel Almyros Hotel. Guests can enjoy refreshing drinks at the poolside bar, enjoying views of the sea and the sunset.
Sports & Entertainment
The hotel has a large swimming pool and a childrens pool. There are two tennis courts, one basket court, 5x5 football pitch and pool table. For the children there is a mini club, while the animation team is offering a day and evening programme with various sports, shows and special events, both available in German but everyone can participate in all the activities. Almyros Hotel is located 2 km from the small town of Acharavi with several taverns and bars.
rooms smells bad,the bathroom is damage,everythings is old and broken(electricity going down several time on day),the towels is changing once in 7 days on me request! It isn't a **** hotel NO...
rooms smells bad,the bathroom is damage,everythings is old and broken(electricity going down several time on day),the towels is changing once in 7 days on me request! It isn't a **** hotel NO way!!! We have just come back from a 7 night all inclusive .ONLY the pool and the garden and the food(very tasted ,planty and different on each day) is very good.The beach are rocky is not cleaning and the sunbed is not free.the The wind is very strong,the waves is bigger is hard to swimm (this beach is at the nord of din island.)The hotel is isolated from the rest of the world. The caffe is worst! Will not come back here, but the CORFU island is very beautiful with many interesting places to visit and many beaches with clear water and sandy beaches(Sdari,Ipssos,Paleiokastrita)
Fantastic holiday , staff simply couldn't do enough, really, really lovely. Rooms clean but basic but that's fine. Food good plenty of variety. Location of hotel perfect, bar, pool and beach a...
Fantastic holiday , staff simply couldn't do enough, really, really lovely. Rooms clean but basic but that's fine. Food good plenty of variety. Location of hotel perfect, bar, pool and beach a lovely quiet beach. Pool and area very clean. Well stocked shop on site shop with the most amazing special ladies serving :) . There are plenty of opportunities to tour the island which is magical. I would like to thank all the staff for their relentless hard work and for the animation team for making our holiday fun - Adrian and Andrea we will be back.
Stayed at Almyros for a week with my sister and friend. It took a while to acclimate to the living conditions. Our air conditioner leaked and a bed wasn't made. I told the front desk about the issue...
Stayed at Almyros for a week with my sister and friend. It took a while to acclimate to the living conditions. Our air conditioner leaked and a bed wasn't made. I told the front desk about the issue and they were very prompt when it came to fixing the issues. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Leandros, Kitti, Giannis and Chris were the best bartenders on staff. Chris is very friendly and makes all the ladies feel extra special. The food had different options everyday. Wonderful salad bar and fresh feta and bread everyday. Also lovely to have a beer and wine tap in the dining room. It was difficult to adjust to certain request like ( no throwing toilet paper in the toilet) but being from America we are not used to this situation. Overall a fabulous hotel with a beautiful beach and gorgeous sunset. One recommendation is that you bring water shoes since most of the beaches are rocky. I would recommend this place to anyone that isn't used to posh living conditions. Santorini and Rhodes are next for me!
We have just come back from a 7 night all inclusive stay here and it was an amazing holiday. Corfu is really a gorgeous island and the hotel wasn't to bad at all. The rooms were average if I'm...
We have just come back from a 7 night all inclusive stay here and it was an amazing holiday. Corfu is really a gorgeous island and the hotel wasn't to bad at all. The rooms were average if I'm honest. They are certianly not luxury but this isn't a luxury stay its good value and for that the rooms are simple. The appliances are basic a small fridge in your room, a quite bad tv that looks like its from the 80s, various draws wardrobes etc. The shower could of been better and the beds could of been comfier but its more than liveable. Apart from a few bits the rooms are quite clean and regularly looked after with trustworthy maids coming in everyday making your bed and tiding. The food on offer here was very nice. Each day is a different style, theres everything from pasta to pork and cheese pie to salad. Its healthy, nutritious and tastes excellent. Also desserts vary each day but also again couldn't fault everyday was a dessert day as they really were so tasty. The pool is fantastic plenty big enough and the area surrounding it is full of sun loungers and umbrellas for everyone. The hotel grounds are great. There are a total of 3 bars. A pool bar, inside/outside lobby bar and upstairs balcony bar. Each serve the same drinks. Drinks are impressive with a wide range of alcoholic/ non alcoholic drinks to choose from including cocktails, beers, juices, spirits, water, more than enough to get drunk! The Balcony area was breathtaking with clear views of the sea and mountains all around you. You can also take your dinner up there and believe me its the nicest place to eat dinner. A small shop is inside the hotel that has decent opening times i never saw it shut apart from on a sunday in the morning it opened late but it offers every in there from inflatables to toiletries and food. But an amazing holiday! will defiantly come back to the Greek Islands!
If you plan on beating the rush of people on holidays in Acharavi then May is the perfect time. Those looking for a quiet holiday will normally find the beaches deserted, although the weather may not always be just as stunning as those summer months. Expect temperatures in the lower 20's and perhaps a small chill at night but still pack the beach clothes as when it is sunny, you will still get a tan! June and July are the hottest and busiest months, so you can expect the place to be a bit more crowded. The autumn months of September and October may experience a bit less sunshine but nothing can taint the beauty of this island!
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