Coral Hotel

Roda, Corfu, Ionian Islands, 49081, Greece | 3 star hotel
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Coral Hotel Roda

    The coral hotel is a wkd place to stay if ya up 4 a laff!!

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    omg! when i stayed at the coral every 1 was sooo sooo nice nikos dimitri nora and the crew were great al b visitin them agen next yr in 2006 defo thanx 4 a wkd holiday cya agen lv carley from newcastle!!

    Friendly service and pleasant stay

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    My boyfriend and I stayed at the Coral Hotel in September 2004. We had one of the best holidays ever. The hotel was fantastic. The pool was great.

    The staff is very friendly and they make it a good welcoming atmosphere, the rooms are nice and clean, the food is great, i would definitely go again!!

    We loved the Coral hotel

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    My Wife and I have been making the Coral hotel in Roda our favourite holiday hotel in Greece. We make the Coral hotel our regular hotel in all these years we have never had any cause to complain, in fact we have booked again for June 2005. the management and staff I would say are exceptional. the location is spot on, I may add we are both elderly not yet on zimma frames tho.

    if you are considering going to Corfu the Coral hotel is the one but book early have a great holiday.

    Best beach hotel in Greece!

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    Me and my wifearehad a brillant holiday at the Corla hotel in Corfu!!!! We had the best most relaxing holiday ever.

    Situated in a beautifull area just in front of the beach and only short walk to some quality shops and choice of several beaches. Staff very pleasant and helpful. Hotel was spotless and all areas within the hotel very clean. Food second to none very wide choice of meat/fish or vegetarian dishes some cooked while you wait. Bedrooms large and spacious ours with view of sea and mountains. The resort where this hotel is situated is really beautiful, clean and there are some excellent shops.

    It's suitable for all ages. We go as family each year. Our kids love it. The kids don't want to go anywhere else. Brilliant pool with guard and loads of sun beds. We highly, highly recommend this hotel.

    Very good holiday in all. Definately going back next year.

    We have fantastic time in this Hotel!!!

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    The setting is wonderful with stunning views, in a great location in front of the beach. The service is also perfect - amazingly friendly and helpful staff. The Hotel is Excellent in all respects. Rooms / Food / Service were sublime, weather fantastic. Within minutes of arriving we were relaxed and made to feel so welcome, all the staff were wonderful. Dimitris was always on hand and nothing was too much trouble. Super bar with great cocktails and excellent pool facilities! We'll return! Thanks Travelocity for offering us this hotel!

    It was great

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    We have visited Coral Hotel for our holiday's and we had a great time. The hotel was great with a friendly atmosphere and direct infron of the sea. We was having breakfast by the sea every day and that made the whole day. One of the best choices in the island. Thanks Kostas for the hospitality. We will be back.

    Very friendly family hotel

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    This is a very friendly hotel. The manager was there to meet us and someone took our luggage to our room. It was the early hours of the morning and we needed milk for our little girl who was 2. No problem, they took a carton from the kitchen fridge. Now that's service!! We ate in the hotel restaurant every night and the food was excellent. At night time we never managed to venture away from the hotel complex as the entertainment was fantastic. We totally recommend it to all families.

    Coral Hotel excellent

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    We have just returned home from a brilliant holiday, so we thought that we had to tell everybody about it!

    How you review the resort, entirely depends on what you want from your holiday. What we wanted was a relaxing time away from London and work. This is what we got from Roda and Hotel Coral.

    The resort, has an English feel, we kept away from the English bars and spent most of the time in the hotel which has a very nice atmosphere.

    The Continental breakfast was quite good and the two times we upgraded to a full English between us was more than enough as it included the continental breakfast as well. Most afternoons we had a snack in the Bar and again they were good value. The food was very good and the service excellent.

    This Hotel was perfect for us. The staff was excellent, and looked after us very well. The staff makes a big fuss of the kids and keeps them occupied whilst you have a drink or 2!! Hi to the guy's out there and hi to everyone we met out there. Thanks Kostas.

    We will definitely be back next year. Recommend it to anyone.

    Good Choice

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    I went to Coral Hotel and stayed there it was fantastic every one was so friendly and its so quiet and lively at the same and it is right next to the sea it's fantastic and i will look forward to going there next year !

    Simply the best

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    One of the best choice for a relaxing holiday in a family enviroment. Check Dimitri, Nikos, Efi. Great time.Thanks Kostas

    TripAdvisor Reviews Coral Hotel Roda

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