Corfu, an island in Greece, is strategically located near the confluence of the Adriatic and Ionian seas. It’s rich in both history and natural beauty. As a powerful and renowned cruise ship city-state in ancient times, it was later ruled by the Venetians and the British. While Corfu has amazing beaches, stunning landscapes, and a beautiful city center, the hotel options were always lacking. However, that all changed in the past year, and here’s what they have to offer..
Angsana Corfu is located near the fishing town of Benistes, and it’s the first-ever European property from the Asia-based wellness-focused brand. It has a view of the sea from its 159 rooms and 37 villas.
The Olivar Suites is built in one of the longest-standing olive groves of Corfu, which is considered a historical monument. It has 120 stand-alone cabanas with private terraces and plunge pools and steps from the sandy beach.
Luxe Grecotel Corfu
The Luxe Grecotel Corfu is built on a private peninsula less than 30 minutes from Corfu town. It’s set to feature chic white linen furnishings, mirrored accents, and panoramic sea views.
Domes of Corfu
Domes of Corfu is a sister property to Domes Miramare. The hotel is surrounded by the cypress and olive trees on the island’s western shore. It’s a beachfront gem that delivers on the same anything-you-want service you’d get from the latter, but also attends to families, with a kid’s club and an outdoor street-food setup.