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The Hotel Apollon is officially 3 star rated, with 42 rooms spread between two buildings. The building is traditional in style, over 40 years old but has been fully refurbished the last 5 years by the current owners and offers comfortably furnished accommodation, in probably the best position of the whole resort. Located in the resort of Paleokastritsa on the North West coast of Corfu, 24 kms from Corfu Town.
How far is the nearest beach?
The nearest beach is located 40m away
Distance from Airport
The airport is 25km from the hotel
The Apollon Annexe is officially registered as 2 stars and offers 20 rooms on two floors. All rooms have private shower room, fridge, telephone, television, air-conditioning (at extra charge payable locally) and balcony with sea-view.
The rooms available are;
Food & Drink
Continental buffet breakfast is included in all room rates and is taken in the restaurant of the Hotel Apollon main building. All customers staying in the annex enjoy all of the facilities of the main hotel, reception; open 8 am until midnight offering money exchange, safety deposit boxes for hire, internet service and a free library service. The bar is open from early morning until late with satellite television and the restaurant, opens for breakfast and serves continually until 10.30 pm. There is even a Bakery offering freshly baked pastries and sandwiches to take-away for daytime snacks.
Sports & Entertainment
Entertainment is held 2 — 5 times a week, depending on season and includes a Greek Dancing Night, Karaoke and Live music and quizzes.
Beautiful place and hotel great. The English/Greek team were very helpful. We had room 202 on floor 3, worth the 54 steps climb up. Fantastic view from private balcony. Rooms cleaned very well every...
Beautiful place and hotel great. The English/Greek team were very helpful. We had room 202 on floor 3, worth the 54 steps climb up. Fantastic view from private balcony. Rooms cleaned very well every day and sheets and towels changed very regularly. Beds good but we requested mattress toppers which made them more comfortable. Resort busy in day but quieter at night so peaceful sleeps with virtually no traffic passing. Would suggest car hire to see more of island. Only minor dislike was smoking in the restaurant which wasn't just under outside canopy but allowed first row inside restaurant, not pleasant esp at breakfast which offered a very good continental choice. We only ate here twice in evening because of this, didn't seem a problem in other tavernas. Otherwise could not fault and a lovely relaxed time.
I had heard about the hotel previously so was looking forward to returning to Paleo. I wasn't disappointed, staff and location lovely. The only down side was very dark bathroom and very small...
I had heard about the hotel previously so was looking forward to returning to Paleo. I wasn't disappointed, staff and location lovely. The only down side was very dark bathroom and very small balcony. Had to juggle the furniture to get out there. Wonderful location to get to the harbour, the monastery and boat trips. The Corfu town bus stop was just outside, and the buses were on time. Would love to go back in September
We visited in May , weather was most perfect. The view is very nice and the terrace level rooms perfect with a small child. The breakfasts and HB evening meal were great for us, very tasty, lots of...
We visited in May , weather was most perfect. The view is very nice and the terrace level rooms perfect with a small child. The breakfasts and HB evening meal were great for us, very tasty, lots of choice , authentic Greek food. Very nice coffee shop and bakery , beach is safe and pretty views. Yanis and Dora , exceptionally great staff , more in fact than exceptional. We very much enjoyed our stay and would recommend this hotel to anyone who expects , good food, great staff , stunning scenery , rooms typically Greek and basic as expected, with comfortable beds.
I booked this hotel through Monarch due to it's proximity to the beaches and the view of the bay. We did not receive the second or third floor rooms as requested despite booking and requesting them...
I booked this hotel through Monarch due to it's proximity to the beaches and the view of the bay. We did not receive the second or third floor rooms as requested despite booking and requesting them a year in advance. When i emailed the hotel a week prior to our arrival, the hotel claimed they would not know what rooms would be available until the day of our arrival which i found strange, and there was a wedding party there during our stay which had made a block booking runing our chances of the higher floor rooms. Our experince in reality was that rooms were available as a customer apeared out of the blue on our check in and was allocated a room. As for the wedding party they must have been by and large invisible and we saw very few people on the second floor terrace. Our first floor room was nice and all rooms are of the same standard,other than the second floor rooms have access to a wonderful shared terrace with loungers and parasols., the reason we requested them(Rooms on our first floor have only a tiny balcony). It appears that from my experience ,to get one of the second/third floor rooms you would be advised to book direct with the hotel. If the hotel want to charge more for these rooms why dont they advertise them as superior and let customers book them than what appears to be what they are actually doing is holding them back to charge a higher rate to the walk up customer. The room was nice as i said with a softer mattress than most but my bed had been previously broken and repaired with the wood frame braced with metal ,consequently it squeaked and was rather noisy. The public facade of the hotel was smart, you enter from street level straight into a bar/dining area . There is also a bakery attached which sold nice pastries and sandwiches which you could eat at the hotels tables with a drink from the hotel bar. We booked b&b and cannot comment on the food other than breakfast which was the usual continental fayre but well organised and presented. The hotel also seemed a bit nit picky with rules about guests not using kettles in their rooms , do not eat in the room, in other words,all the usual things encouraging you to spend your money at the hotel. The real problem of this hotel is that at night there are no bars other than the hotel bar open. The beach area of Paleo receives coach loads of visitors everyday and the restaurants/tavernas are booming, at night its a different story the area is practically dead. It was a credit to the apollon that on two of our 4 night stay the hotel had quality entertainment on. Thats the problem with the resort of Paleo as a whole that it is a very hilly resort with lots of bars and tavernas situated on the slopes and hills and my advice is to rent a car or endure some very tiring walks in the heat . If securing a good spot on the beach is a priority for you go for this hotel its by far the best option, but as i said earlier get a car and drive up the hill and see the bars and restaurants that are up to 2km away from the hotel. Talking of bars the hotel's management own/run the grotta bar which is highly rated, but over an hours uphill walk from the hotel. That been the case, why not put a shuttle service on then for the guests than tell them about the bus you can catch outside the hotel which stops running in the evening when we would like to have gone?! The hotel is smart and clean and staff were friendly but in my opinion there are far better places to stay logistically unless those beaches are the priority. If the management were hoping for a better review from me they should not assume that customers have fallen off a log with lame excuses over room allocation
If you are looking to top up your tan then take your holidays to Paleokastritsa in the summer. Expect the temperature to be in the 30's in the summer but evenings will be a little cooler, a light jacket would be suitable. The winter is again fairly mild with occasional spells of cloud or rain. Take your umbrella with you if you are planning to visit between November to March but expect the temperatures to still be fairly high.
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