Mayor Mon Repos Palace Art Hotel
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Very nice, good location, directly by the sea. Superb breakfast

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Piękny hotel z widokiem na morze. Pokoje czyste gustownie urządzone. Śniadania spożywaliśmy na tarasie kilkanaście metrów od morza. Jedzenie urozmaicone, duży wybór lokalnych słodkości. Codzienne wieczorne atrakcje np. muzyka na żywo. Hotel w idealnej lokalizacji: okolo 25 minut spacerem do centrum lub autobusem Blue Bus linii 2A ( przystanek 50 m od hotelu). Wysiadając wcześniej można także przesiąść się na linię Green Bus kursująca m.in. do Achilionu. Polecam kupić bilet całodniowy za 5 EUR. W pobliżu hotelu liczne knajpki z pysznym greckim jedzeniem oraz wypiekami. Polecam tawernę Nautilius po drugiej stronie ulicy. -

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Výhled z pokoje, poloha hotelu, profesionalita personálu - - Bazén by zasloužil zlepšení -

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Great location, a very good breakfast and buffet style evening meal. Friendly and helpful staff. - My room was tiny.

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Nice stay in this interesting hotel. Impressive foyer with heavy wood panelling salvaged from a Scottish castle. We were on the top floor, so large balcony overlooking the Mons Repos estate. Bathrooms badly in need of a refurb.

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Gorgeous hotel with wonderful staff,especially Sanja, Daphne, Effy, Ephriam, Allexandra to name but a few but they were all so friendly. The on site spa was great too. I had a complimentary face massage and my husband had his legs massaged as he has problems with his knees. It wasn’t too expensive. I had fun playing the pianos in the hotel. The grand in the lounge and the upright in reception. The breakfasts were fabulous. The buffet evening meal not quite to our taste on several occasions. The pool is shall and there are 12 sunbeds and various sofas and deckchairs. I think this area would be extremely busy in the summer time. The hotel is well positioned right on the coast not far from the airport and there is a local bus that takes you to the town centre. You can walk but it takes 20 to 30 minutes. Corfu own is full of history and the Hotel is named after Mon Repos Palace where Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was born, which is only a short walk from the hotel. If you are looking for a beachy, sunbed holiday this is not the place for you. People were swimming in the sea but there is no beach as such.

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όλα ήταν τέλεια. καταπληκτικό δωμάτιο. η θέα δεν πληρώνετε. και προσωπικό και ανέσεις άψογα. -

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Das Frühstücksbuffet war super! -

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Połoszenie, bloskosc centrum miasta - - Pokój z „ widokiem na miasto” nie posiada ciekawego widoku. -

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A unique hotel a few minutes from the airport in a great spot for our short stay in Corfu to explore town and it’s surroundings. Far enough away from the hussle bussle but an easy flat 20 minute walk or hop on the bus which is frequent, stops just outside and is €1.50 The staff are all helpful, friendly and professional. Breakfast is typically hectic but plenty of choice - beautiful bread/pastries (awful fruit juice). We chose a seaview room which was lovely, spotlessly clean and smelled delightful, the beds we’re perfect for us with great pillows. The bathrooms are very tired and in need of considerable updating, Overall a very pleasant and different experience - thanks for the outstanding Greek hospitality.

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Wonderfully attentive staff from Reception to Housekeepers, ideal location for Corfu Town, beach, boat trips and the airport. Mon Repos is our favourite hotel. It provides excellent value and services.

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This hotel is a lovely place to spend holidays. It is perfectly located near the Corfu city center and one can have long walks at the sea and in the surrounding forests. Furthermore, there are plenty of places to get meals and drinks. The rooms are perfectly clean and cosy and have nice views (either to the sea or to the mountains). The staff of the hotel is exceptional. It refers to the restaurant team with Kostas, Alexandra, Isabella, Maria, Efe, Spiros, Katreina and the other people who work there. They are very professional and service-oriented at world-class level. (I have been in around 180-200 hotels worldwide and on this basis I can say that their work is outstanding.) The reception team with Lina and her colleagues also acts very flexible and professional. Moreover, you have a wide variety of drink choice at the bar. So, as every year, my deepest thanks go to the whole team and I highly recommend this hotel to anyone coming to Corfu.

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Had a wonderful stay in October 2023. The staff are the friendliest I have ever encountered, nothing was too much trouble. The food was very good indeed, always plenty of choice, service exceptional Rooms cleaned and linens changed daily.. Hotel position perfect for accessing Corfu Town- half hour walk along seafront, or through gardens. Corfu Town lovely - full of nice cafés and restaurants,& shops. Liston especially recommended.

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We had a nice holiday . We liked the hotel was in a great location .our room was pleasant but bathro was in a poor condition with cracked tiles and leaking floor

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Very Nice and Clean. We were only there a short time as we arrived late and left very early The staff was helpful.

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Half hour walk from the main town but plenty of restaurants in the immediate area. Lots of public transport options. Rooms were fairly small and bathrooms quite worn and rundown.

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This was our first stay under the new ownership. Having previously stayed five times . Hotel has retained its charm and decor, service always very good and rooms comfortable . Sea facing rooms have the best balcony views I have seen. Food very good , large selection at breakfast and courteous staff on hand. During this stay my wife tripped and broke her wrist. The hotel manager personally arrived on scene along with a first aider, a taxi was called and a clinic sourced. Throughout our stay the attention remained, but not overwhelming, which we liked. Cannot fault this hotel, the only past issue was the awful lifts, but hey ho, lovely new lifts have been fitted .

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The hotel was a little bit dated and we had expected the Mon Repos beach to be open. It has been closed for quite some time. We asked for a sea view room which we got, but it has absolutely no sun, morning or evening. However, the hotel was exceptionally clean, in a fantastic location and most of all, their staff. Every staff member we met was extremely nice, friendly and helpful. I would definitely recommend it.

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Great property near the quieter end of town yet walking distance to fort.

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I have stayed in many wonderful hotels around the world. But this place had something very special about the hotel. The Mon Repos Palace is a must if you’re looking for great surroundings and accommodation, fantastic food and outstanding service, with the best entertainment, you’ll definitely find it here. I can’t thank everyone enough, you were all wonderful, from house keeping to the management. But I just have to give Aristos, the most wonderful Bar Man, a mention, he makes the best ice coffee lve ever tasted, thank you so much for your wonderful service. Most of all my thanks go to the hotel Manager Mr loannis Ntanasis with your leadership l can see why you’re hotel is such a delight. P.S. it’s Wednesday and I wish I was there for the amazing saxophonist