Kerkyra Blue Hotel and Spa is conveniently located about 3km west of Kerkyra Town on the coast, on the island of Kerkyra, or, as it is more commonly known, Corfu. Kerkyra Blue, a Tripadvisor 2023 Traveler’s Choice award winner, is considered by that site as one of the best all-inclusive resort on the island.

Due east about 1.2km across the water is the main port of Corfu. You can clearly see the ferries and cruise ships coming in to dock. That, and the views to nearby mainland Greece and two islets just offshore, make for an interesting panorama of your surroundings, which beats the monotony of staring at the open sea. That view is one of the best features of this resort.

Kerkyra Blue Hotel & Spa
Kerkyra Blue Hotel & Spa

Just a further word on the islets: On the left, about 1.4km offshore is Lazareto, whilst on the right, at about twice that distance, is the considerably larger islet of Vido, which has a sort of roundish shape and is about 1km in diameter. Vido, by virtue of its proximity to the harbor mouth of Corfu Town, contains the ruins of at least 3 forts, as well as a few nice beaches and the Church of St. Stephen. It also has a Serbian Soldiers Mausoleum dating from WWI, when, in 1915, 150,00 Serbian soldiers retreating from the Austria-Hungarians found refuge in Corfu for 3 years.

The resort is configured into two large wings, with the taller, main wing facing the sea, and the shorter auxiliary wing at an angle to the sea, which explains the descriptions of some rooms as having a “side sea view.”

Kerkyra Blue Hotel & Spa
Kerkyra Blue Hotel & Spa

There is a lot of manicured lawn acreage, which is more common to the Ionian islands off the western coast of Greece due to their relatively abundant rainfall. There’s all kinds of space for outdoor seating, both near the large free-form pool and away from it. There is a small sandy beach a couple hundred meters from the main hotel building, off to the left as you face the sea, where a number of water sports are available as well. In addition to the large pool, there’s a kid’s pool with some toys and little slides.

The resort grounds are pretty extensive at about 250 acres. There are 4 restaurants, 3 bars, and 3 swimming pools, as well as a spa and fitness center.

The main pool is the resort’s focal point, where activities are staged, exercise like water aerobics are practiced, and food and drink is consumed at the poolside café and its bar.

Guests gave high marks for the view of the port, islands, and sea, the proximity to Corfu Town (about a 10-minute ride which will set you back just north of one euro), the resort’s kid-friendly aspects, the quality of the rooms, which have recently been refurbished, and the little touches of the staff such as sandwiches in the room for one late arrival.


There are 5 types of rooms available, each with two categories according to the view, those being Inland View and Sea View. One room type has a Side Sea View category.

Rooms have been recently renovated, so for guests it’s a bit like staying at a new resort. The general colour scheme is muted earth tones, with modern furnishings. In other words, Kerkyra Blue is not attempting to reflect the traditional architectural style of the island, the result being a somewhat spare look that is pleasing to the eye. The style of some of the furniture and the unexpected use of orange upholstery in some cases pleasantly remind one of the 1950’s.

Some amenities include direct dial telephone, coffee and tea facilities, safe deposit box, mini fridge, pool towels, HDTV with cable channels, free Wi-Fi, hair dryer, and marble bathrooms, amongst many others.

Superior Double or Twin Garden View

Superior Double or Twin

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Three categories: Garden View, Side Sea View, Sea View.

The Superior Double or Twin offers, in some cases, parfait flooring, marble-topped desks, thin-necked, stylish floor and desk lamps, a nice large HDTV on the wall at the foot of the bed, a free-standing rectangular bowl sink in the bathroom, and a walk-in shower.

The Garden View gives you a pleasant look at the extensive lawns, the Side Sea View gives you a little bit of sea, as well as of the grounds, and the Sea View has that nice panorama of the pool, grounds, sea, port, and islets.

Superior Triple Inland View with Sliding Doors

Superior Triple with Sliding Doors

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Two categories: Inland View, Sea View

The Superior Triple with Sliding Doors has added space for a third guest, with sliding doors closing off the mail sleeping area, or a wooden partition, depending on which room it is. There is a queen size double bed and a sofa bed, as well as sitting area.

Inland View gives you a look at the grounds, and about 400m of open land, with buildings built into the rise of the land in the further distance.

Sea View gives you that pleasant view of the expansive lawns of the resort, with the pool, the sea, and, in the distance, the islets Lazareto and Vido and mainland Greece.

Superior Family Inland View with Sliding Doors

Superior Family Rooms with Sliding Doors

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Two categories: Inland View, Sea View

These rooms have one queen size double bed, and 2 sofa beds. The two sleeping areas are divided from each other by opaque sliding glass doors. You get your choice of views.

The Inland View gives you a look at the landward side of the resort, consisting of several hundred meters of open land, with buildings on the higher elevations in the distance.

The Sea View offers its pleasant panoramas of the sea, with mainland Greece about 10km to the northeast, as well as the islets Lazareto and Vido, and the beautiful blue sea.

Deluxe Double Inland View with Partition and Seating Area

Deluxe Double Rooms

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Two categories: Inland View, Sea View.

The Deluxe Double rooms have a king size bed, and a separate sitting area furnished with a love seat and divided from the sleeping area by an open space wooden divider. These rooms are large and comfortable, and its separate sitting area is convenient if either one of you want to have a little alone time without actually leaving the room. The views are great, either towards the sea and the mainland, or inland, giving you a nice panorama of the greenery of Corfu.

Food and Drink

Kerkyra Blue resort and spa offers 3 restaurants and a bar for your dining and drinking pleasure.

Naiada All-day Dining
Naiada All-day Dining

Naiada All Day Dining is a three meal a day, buffet-style venue featuring show cooking, a vegetarian corner, a healthy corner, a DIY salad bar, and theme nights every night of the week. Kids are catered to with easy to reach buffet stations, a kid’s corner, and an extensive children’s menu. The restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating.

Fiki Japanese Fusion
Fiki Japanese Fusion

Fiki Japanese Fusion features authentic traditional Japanese cuisine for dinner only, and only by reservation.

Alati Greek Flavours
Alati Greek Flavours

Alati Greek Flavours specializes, as its name implies, specializes in traditional Greek cuisine. As much as possible, ingredients are locally sourced, whether it be the seafood caught in the Ionian sea, or the harbs, fruits and veg grown in Corfu. Much of the seating is al fresco, next to the expansive lawn of the resort, with the beautiful dark blue Ionian Sea in the background.

Nymphy Day ‘n Night Bar
Nymphy Day ‘n Night Bar

Nymphy Day ‘n Night Bar is the primary venue for liquid refreshment at Kerkyra Blue. As day differs from night, you can indulge in your favourite snack, soft drink or beer during the daylight hours whilst relaxing in and around the pool, and then, after a fulsome meal at one of the resort’s restaurants, you can switch to night time mode, enjoy the mild Mediterranean evening, and meet friends both old and new over your favourite cocktail or mixed drink.

Spa and Wellness

The Idolo Spa is Kerkyra Blue’s new facility and offers first-class spa therapies which will make you feel relax, rejuvenated, and years younger. Consult with the spa’s experts who will help you craft a total healing experience via a number of therapeutic methods. There’s a hammam, a Tukish bath which allows you to relax and release the toxins from your body, and a relaxation area, where herbal tea concoctions are available to sip whilst you sit back and absorb the soothing, calm atmosphere.

Spa and Wellness
The Idolo Spa of Kerkyra Blue

Idolo Spa uses world famous Germaine de Capuccini spa therapies, as well as signature Greek treatments. Facilities include a sauna, indoor and open air massages, and a steam bath. There are 10 available massage treatments you can choose from, including the tension relieving back, neck and shoulders, a deep tissue massage, aromatherapy, a prenatal massage, and even a teens massage. There are 6 facial regimes, including aloe with royal jelly, Options anti-ageing, and hydration with wild rose.

There are also a number of body scrubs and body wraps available, as well as unique treatments such as Olivo Therapy, and the De-tox ritual.

In the Area

Corfu is an island rich in history. There are all kinds of things to see and do here.

The Old City of Corfu is just a few minutes east of the resort. It’s a listed UNESCO World Heritage site, and is full of narrow, twisty streets with a surprise around every corner. A highlight is the Old Fortress, built in the 14th century during the island’s rule by Venice. Its heights offers tremendous views of the town and the surrounding area. If much of the architecture doesn’t “look” Greek, it’s due to the many years that the Venetian Empire was in charge of the Ionian Islands.

Just a couple kilometers south of Corfu Town is Mon Repos, originally built as a summer residence for the British Lord High Commissioner of the United States of the Ionian Islands during the British stewardship of the Ionians before they were turned over to the newly formed modern Greek State in 1864. The villa was restored in the 1990’s and now houses an archeological museum. It is the birthplace of Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh, who is said to have been born on a dining room table.

Just a few kilometers south of Mon Repos, and about 8km south of Kerkyra Blue, is the Achilleon Palace, a 50-acre estate which now operates as a museum under the authority of the Greek National Tourism Organization. It’s rated as #2 on US News and World Report’s list of things to do in Corfu (the beaches were #1). The palace was built in 1890 for Elisabeth, Empress of Austria, known as Sissi, whose life was dramatized in a very popular European TV series some decades ago. Sissi had been devastated by the suicide of her only son and needed a refuge. The grounds are full of sculptures inspired by Greek mythology, the Achilleon, named after Achilles, has many representations of the ancient hero, both in statuary and paintings. The palace itself is modeled after villas in Pompeii.

Between these two residences, on the coast, is Pontikonisi (Mouse Island), a picturesque islet whichis the most photographed site on Corfu. This pocket island has a small whitewashed Byzantine chapel built is the 11th or 12th century.

Aqualand is a large waterpark about 20km northwest of the resort. It has all kinds of slides, games, pools, and other activities. It also has 2 bars, some fast food restaurants, and an arcade. Parents praise the large number of slides.

The Corfu Donkey Rescue is a refuge for more than 500 donkeys, many of which are enjoying a labor-free retirement. You have the opportunity of taking one of them out for a donkey walk.

There are lots and lots of really nice beaches in Corfu, especially along the west coast. Probably the best of the lot is Palaiokastritsa Beach, easily reachable by local bus, which takes you through the silvery olive orchards and live oaks of the island. The water is crystal clear, the sand soft and brown, and the sunsets are spectacular. There are many more excellent beaches up and down both coasts, as well.Palaiokastritsa Beach is named after the island’s most famous monastery, Palaiokastritsa, which, from its heights, give you the best views on Corfu. The monastery dates the 1200’s.

There are lots of other things to do and see on Corfu. There is a golf course on the island, plus a number of boat and bus island tours available.

Corfu a wonderful island to visit. It has a high number of British ex-pats, mostly due to the long stay here of poet Lawrence Durrell and his brother, naturalist Gerald, beginning in 1935 when their mother brought the family to Corfu, where they lived as expats until the outbreak of WWII. The house they stayed in is about 15 minutes north of the resort.

Alykes Potamou 265, Kerkira 491 00

+30 26610 240-30

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