LTI Louis Grand Hotel

Located in the small, provincial town of Glyfada, the beautiful Glyfada Beach has allowed the town to rise-up and become a popular tourist hotspot in addition to being home to the LTI Louis Grand Hotel. Nestled quaintly among the luscious greenery, you’re only a short walk away from the beach, shops, and restaurants the town has to offer. The hotel possesses a quiet, relaxed vibe, as well as pool terraces with panoramic views, world-renowned Asian restaurants and only a short distance from the bustling nightlife of Corfu centre.

Overview of Corfu

The Greek island of Corfu is the second largest of the Ionian Islands and a popular holiday resort for tourists all over Europe. Possessing a wonderful Mediterranean climate, the scenery and beaches coupled with the cultural and ancient aspects of the island set Corfu apart as a prime holiday destination. Located on the west of the island, the district of Glyfada is home to the LTI Louis Grand Hotel, a perfect destination for rest and recuperation while taking a holiday to Corfu. Explore beautiful beaches and expansive open terrain when you venture to this heavenly Greek island.

Things to do in Glyfada, Corfu

Once you’ve finished making the most of all the sunshine and the beautiful sands of Glyfada Beach, why not spend an evening in the historic main town on the island of Corfu? This gem in the Ionian Sea is filled with restaurants, shops, and bars. Hire a Vespa and journey across the island on two wheels to discover its true beauty or go whale-watching off Pelekas Beach. Of course, a holiday to Corfu wouldn’t be complete without a trip to Aqualand, one of Greece’s best water parks located in close proximity to the LTI Louis Grand Hotel.

Resort Summary

Glyfada beach is famous in Corfu. Both natives and visitors flock to its shores to enjoy its clean golden sands and shallow waters, which are so clear you can see the little fish dart between your feet. It has, of course, been awarded Blue Flag status, which is a major plus for families looking for a safe and secure place to enjoy their holidays.

The sandy strip is long enough that it never feels overly crowded, despite the large number of sun loungers and parasols. In addition to these, there are water sports opportunities, including kayak hire, glass-bottom boat trips and water-skiing. A long line of tavernas, bars and shops line the seafront so you’ll never be too far away from a bite to eat or a refreshing cold drink.