Hotel Corfu Palace

The Hotel Corfu Palace has one of the best locations in Corfu Town. It also comes with a huge pool and an elegant restaurant.

The huge saltwater pool is undoubtedly the star of the show. There’s a bar next to it with a covered terrace – and elsewhere, there’s a second garden bar surrounded by lawns and fountains.

The restaurant comes with sea views and an outdoor terrace. In the mornings, there’s a huge breakfast buffet, but in the evening, waiters in black tie serve international and local dishes from the four-course set menu. What’s more, between June and August, there’s a barbecue every Saturday night.

Overview of Corfu Town

Corfu Town is the capital of Corfu and one of the island’s most cosmopolitan areas. When you head there on your holiday to Corfu, expect a blend of modern touches and a traditional Greek atmosphere.

Much of this is down to the island’s rich cultural heritage. The streets are full of museums and a huge Venetian fortress overlooks the resort. Away from the cobbled streets, modern amenities line the front near the Hotel Corfu Palace. There are also big shopping districts and cool nightlife spots.

Things to do in Corfu Town

The location of the Hotel Corfu Palace is central yet peaceful. The private gardens overlook Garitsa Bay, but Corfu Town’s cobbled streets are only a five-minute walk along the esplanade.

Corfu Town is an incredibly versatile resort. It’s full of traditional charm and the market area puts the spotlight on local produce. The commercial area includes splashes of luxury, and if you’re after a romantic meal, you can head to the marina.

Corfu Town is a something-for-everyone location. Each day of your stay will be different to the last!

Resort Summary

The Old Fortress that sits high above Corfu Town is famous for having withstood three Ottoman sieges. Today it stands proud and tall, and is open to visitors of the city daily.

If you’re lucky, you may even get to join in with one of the many great events now held in the fort, including live music, dances, banquets and public speeches. This makes a great spot to watch the sunset from, with views high over both the old and new districts of Corfu Town.

Below the Old Fortress lie the many winding streets of Old Corfu Town. Here you’ll find excellent photo opportunities, as well as the buzzing atmosphere of the central market.

The market in Corfu Town is famous. Loved by locals and visitors alike, here you can buy a whole range of Greek delicacies, homeware, hardware and clothing to take back home with you. You can also stop for a bite to eat at one of the fantastic local tavernas open daily around the market.