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Cavalieri Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • fabulous location
  • great views
  • recently renovated rooms

    Cons

  • service can be a bit brusque

Cavalieri Hotel Review

If you want a breathtaking view of the Old Fortress and the sea, ask for a room on the fourth or fifth floor, with a number ending in 2, 3, or 4. The hotel occupies a landmark 18th-century building with a wonderful location equidistant between the Liston and the sea; it's one of the few hotels here to remain open year-round (and caters to a lot of business travelers). The building began life as the 17th-century palace of Count Flamburiari and was among the first of the luxury hotels to open in Corfu in the mid-1960s. Guest rooms were recently renovated and upgraded to a higher standard, with nice bathrooms and simple but comfortable furnishings. The highlight is the roof garden, where, over a drink at sunset, you have the most glorious view in town, ranging from the Esplandade (Spinanda) park at your front step all the way out to the deep blue sea.

    Hotel Details

  • 50 rooms.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-26-2011

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