The Sensimar Grand Mediterraneo Resort & Spa by Atlantica offers up luxurious looks and a dramatic cliffside setting.
The Sensimar Grand Mediterraneo Resort & Spa by Atlantica is spread out across acres of cliffside forest, looking out over Ermones Beach. There's a footpath you can follow to the shore, or the hotel’s funicular lift will take you down to it.
The hotel’s facilities have a luxe feel. The pool’s got its own boardwalk and rooms are dressed in designer neutrals. Then there’s the gourmet à la carte restaurant, which serves up panoramic views.
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Stylish holidays just for adults
- Contemporary style
- Top dining scenes
- Great settings
- A focus on wellbeing
- Low-key entertainment
- Attentive service
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast 07.00-11.00, lunch 12.30-14.30 and dinner 19.00-21.30, with 1 dinner in the beach à la carte restaurant. Picnic baskets for days out. Unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and branded drinks served by the glass - 10.00-24.00. Tea and coffee 16.30-17.30 Hot and cold snacks 10.00-18.00, midnight snacks 23.00-24.00, unlimited ice-cream by the cone 10.00-18.00, biscuits 16.30-17.30.
Buffet breakfast 07.00-11.00 and dinner 19.00-21.30.
Buffet breakfast 07.00-11.00, lunch 12.30-14.30 and dinner 19.00-21.30.
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The spa here has teamed up with the skincare brand ILA, offering a range of signature treatments. You can choose from a range of therapies, including ILA body wraps, facials, body massages and scrubs.
A spacious and luxurious pool comes complete with great views and a boardwalk. The surrounding sun terrace is dotted with sunbeds and parasols if you'd rather lie back and soak up the sun.
Vertigo Mediterranean à la carte restaurant*
This al fresco restaurant serving up gourmet, Mediterranean cuisine looks out over the beach and cliffs. It's open Monday to Saturday, 6 days a week. Bear in mind, though, that you'll need to book to eat here, and there's a dress code - men are asked to wear long trousers in the evening.
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Double Room with Limited Sea View and Balcony
These double rooms come with a limited sea view and a balcony for that extra room outdoors. Your room will come with a double or twin beds and a sofa-bed. Additionally, you'll get air-conditioning, an LCD satellite TV, minibar*, sofa or armchair, marble bathroom and Wi-Fi.
Double Room with Sea View and Balcony
These double rooms come with a balcony overlooking the sea. Your room will come with a double or twin beds and a sofa-bed. Additionally, you'll get air-conditioning, an LCD satellite TV, minibar*, sofa or armchair and free Wi-Fi.
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I honestly believe that this is the best holiday I ever had. The staff were tremendous, the food excellent and the rooms clean and tidy. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff, and even at capacity you feel that it was exclusive to you. The views are incredible and even though it is on a hill, you will never need to walk. Cars or golf bigger will ferry you, or you can use the lift to the beach. A magical experience in a well run hotel. More
The staff are wonderful
I was here for a week's golfing holiday. I paid a supplement as I travelled as a single person but the room I got was spacious, comfortable and recently upgraded. The view from the balcony was both inland and seaward. The staff are it's greatest asset. They are friendly, helpful and nothing is too much trouble. Breakfasts were very good. Plenty of choice and freshly prepared. I only ate in twice but the buffet evening meal was OK - but not 5 star. I used both the indoor and the outdoor pools. Be prepared for very cold water. It does cool down the sunburn though! I didn't use the spa - no time! You would have to pre-book. The accommodation is built on a steep hill. You contact reception and very quickly a car is there to take you to the main building or bring you back to your room. I liked this hotel and would return.More
Ann F, 186363
This was a great break in early May to escape the colder British weather. We chose this hotel because it was adults only, so we had peace and quiet away from screaming kids (which we did have on the flight unfortunately). However, it is a short flight from Gatwick and a short transfer from the airport. We were greeted extremely well with a glass of bubbly and shown to our room. It was the first day that the hotel was opened for the season. We had a basic room which was very good and had a partial sea view. I know some people paid for or upgraded to a room with a private pool, but personally I cannot see the point in that unless you are a reclusive and want to keep to yourself. Also the pools are cold but if you like it like that then there is no problem. The one problem we found with the room is the location of the safe. I am not sure if all the rooms are like it but ours was located at the bottom of the cabinet which means we had to get on our hands and knees to locate it, which might cause problems for those that have problems bending. The internet was a bit hit and miss in our room but quite good in the main building but we were not too bothered by it. The food was very good but I would not say exceptional. It was on par with other hotels of the same calibre. We went half board as there was plenty to eat during breakfast and dinner. We are not big drinkers so could not justify going all inclusive or paying for the extra drinks package. Whilst the main grounds of the hotel was pretty and kept clean and in good shape, I could not say the same of the sports facilities. The tennis courts could do with a bit of repair especially around the edges that have trip hazards. The jacuzzi was not open whilst we there. The indoor pool is cold and I never saw anyone using it whilst we were there. The rowing machines seemed to be in disrepair as well. But saying all this you can keep fit by walking up and down the hill. The entertainment girls were good. As it was the first week of the season it was quiet for them and on some occasions I was the only person taking part in the activities. They are very enthusiastic and I would encourage guests to join in as they try very hard. We hired a car and it is cheaper to hire it from the company down the hill rather than from the Tui rep. We enjoyed exploring the island which is very beautiful and green. The north seems to be more picturesque than the south. Corfu town is very nice and also has shops like Marks & Spencer if you are missing home! There is a lovely market as well that sells produce that you will never find at home. The only other down side to the whole holiday was the airport on the trip home. It is not built to cope with crowds and you could be queuing for ages on the outside of the airport depending on what time your flight is. Then you have to queue again for check in, another queue for putting your luggage through a scanner and one more queue for security! I would certainly stay at this hotel again and I have already recommended it to several people.More
You need to learn to play the game
Our second time here but a different experience. We've had very good food but also very poor food. What we've learnt is to watch when something is nearly run out and is then refreshed- that's tasty, moist properly cooked. Don't play the game and you get rubbery fish,dry and tasteless pastry or meat. Not what I expect from 5 stars. But the worst game is the poolside lounger game. Fail to put your towel or beach bag on a lounger by 9am, prepare to watch empty loungers for long parts of the day whilst sitting like second class citizens in your tub chair. Third world problems I know but you pays your money....That's not to say the staff are not helpful. This year we upgraded to a seaview.. The balcony had two most uncomfortable chairs, after pleading that my wife had a bad back, which is true, we were quickly given two loungers. With the chaos at the pool I thought an upgrade to a room with loungers & plunge pool would bringing our holiday back on track. At an initial 540euro extra for 6 nights then reduced to 450 euros, with 4 nights left to go its back to poolside roulette.More
Brilliant Hotel with impeccable service
The hotel is an absolute gem! Stretching up a hill from the beach to reception with wonderful views of the sea and surrounding area. All staff were welcoming and catered for every need in the time we spent there. The food and drinks were well made and served to us perfectly. The beach bar was such an ice setting and the two members of staff located there were amazing and couldn't do enough for us. I would really recommend staying at this hotel and had a wonderful time here! We took a boat trip to Paxos and Parga which was brilliant whilst we were there but the boat trip lasted longer than expected and was quite rough at times. Corfu town had many small tourist shops but the Fortress is worth the walk and is free to enter too! Great trip and would recommend the Sensimar hotels to anyone.More
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