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Response from Phil-Clements | Reviewed this property |
As below - all inclusive drinks 1100-2300. Includes local beer, vodka, brandy (think Greek not french) wine, ouzo, gin, whisky - or soft drinks, sprite, orangeade, cola, water (think supermarket own label rather than... More
As below - all inclusive drinks 1100-2300. Includes local beer, vodka, brandy (think Greek not french) wine, ouzo, gin, whisky - or soft drinks, sprite, orangeade, cola, water (think supermarket own label rather than branded). Can't vouch for the alcohol content but the beer was certainly nice and cold, if a bit gassy (although it kept a head better in plastic cups than in glasses)
There is a pool bar up some steps from the pool itself which serves from 11am to teatime (plastic cups only) and also has cake, biscuits, a hot snack and ice-creams), then the main bar inside which serves until 11pm for all inclusive then drinks are paid for after that. Branded drinks are available at any time for standard bar prices and you can also get cups or glasses of water, but not bottles, or tea and coffee. Soft drinks and beer are also available in the restaurant with meals
Food was changed day to day, but some meal choices did appear more than once. Didn't find that repetitive as such, but it wasn't scolding hot, more on the hot side of warm. Had duck on offer one night, beef stew, roast chicken, pork casserole, rabbit, curry, lamb stew (rabbit and lamb both on the bone) plus roast or mash potatoes, chips, rice, pasta - or a good salad selection with cold meat or cheese. Desserts were mainly ice cream, gateuax or blancmange type affairs. Breakfasts were fruit, yogurt, honey, cold meat, cheese, breads and bacon (smoked ham fried style), smoked sausages, fried potatoes, fried and scrambled egg. Plenty to choose from really
Things to do - pool (swimming), pool (table), and I heard of a gym and sauna but did not see it. Beach and beach bars/restaurants approximately 10-15 minutes walk. Few shops and restaurants on main road but Ipsos (livelier) is only a short bus ride (No 7 bus outside hotel) or into Corfu (again, No 7 bus around 20 minutes)