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CAPTIVATING CORFU


Sunsets, sandy beaches and clear seas have made this Ionian island a summertime favourite


Corfu’s heritage, this traditional suite hotel in Corfu is the perfect place to enjoy the sea, the sun and the open sky. Welcome to Marbella Nido- a Corfu adults-only suite hotel. €€€€ | www.marbellanido.gr


STAY DOMES MIRAMARE


A historic property which has hosted the likes of Jackie O, Maria Callas and an array of royals, film stars and VIPs. Today, fully renovated to echo past glory and surpass 21st-century traveller expectations, this adults-only Corfu hotel has entered a new era. Right on the seafront, the Domes Miramare Corfu lifestyle combines luxury and comfort in the best possible way, with exceptional service delivered in a world of unsurpassed exclusivity, set amidst striking natural beauty. €€€€ | www.domesmiramare.com


MARBELLA NIDO Beautifully nuzzled into Corfu’s south-east corner, adjacent to Marbella Corfu, amidst the fragrant gardens and the emerald Ionian Sea, Marbella Nido luxury hotel in Corfu island brilliantly combines traditional aesthetics with modern comforts to offer its guests. Blending the charming old look with a modern feel always with respect to


106 | SPRING / SUMMER 2020 | ONBOARD


AEOLOS BEACH HOTEL Wonderfully perched on the south east coast of Corfu, set on the slopes, the resort is surrounded by lush gardens and the infinite blue of the Ionian Sea. The main family pool is a great place to make a splash, whilst the infinity pool’s tranquil garden setting makes it perfect for a spot of relaxation. Plus, beach lovers will love the hotel’s stretch of private sand, which offers stunning views across the Ionian Sea. €€€ | www.aeolosbeach.gr


SIORRA VITTORIA


It’s not easy to find an oasis in the midst of busy Corfu Town. But this historic townhouse, restored to its original 19th- century splendour, has elegant rooms overlooking a peaceful garden, and it’s only a short walk from restaurants and major sights. Breakfast is a spread of island produce and homemade goodies.Greek yoghurt is thick enough to hold a spoon upright, best served with a swirl of local honey or orange marmalade. Home-baked cheese and spinach pies sit temptingly with a range of fresh cakes, alongside standard buffet fare such as cold cuts, cheeses (including feta) and coffee and teas. Go easy on your dinner the night before. €€€ | www.sioravittoria.com


RODOSTAMO


Amphitheatrically built in the enchanting bay of Kommeno in a 28-acre estate which lies in a unique greenery landscape, just 10km from Corfu Town, Rodostamo is another adult only hotel, and is the new proposal in Corfu’s luxury hotels. Blending simple minimalistic lines with contemporary elements, Rodostamo offers upscale accommodation in an array of rooms, suites, bungalows and villas. Rodostamo’s magnificent location, with the unobstructed view to the Ionian Sea and the cosmopolitan Gouvia Marina, as well as its luxurious facilities and its five star services, make it the ideal choice for luxury vacation in Corfu with your loved one. €€€€ | www.rodostamo.gr


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