Aquis Mon Repos Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAquis Mon Repos Palace Corfu Town
Arrived at airport and booked from very very helpful booking desk. Hotel was in a lovely bay where we could swim. Room really nice with wonderful views of the bay. An amazing breakfast each morning....and staff at hotel need a gold medal.
Very few English speaking guests, and no one talks to the next person... The staff work- 7 days per week for 3-4 months and still have a smile on their face...
Only problem was their WiFi connection, which was non existant most of the time. They need to upgrade their modem....
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