Mareblue Beach Resort
Found on the Greek island of Corfu, in the low-key resort of Aghios Spyridon, this 4 star hotel has plenty to offer. Sprawled over 50,000 square metres of land, the curved pool area is one of its main features with its connecting kid’s section, wide sun terrace and sea views. But don’t worry, there’s a more relaxing option should you require peaceful dips.
On the dining front, its All Inclusive programme comes with a buffet, a la carte restaurant and a food court. You also have a dainty beach across the road when you want to rest your head on the island’s picturesque coastline.
Endless room options
All rooms have a light and airy feel with a neutral colour scheme throughout set off by subtle lighting and tiled floors. When it comes to choosing the right stay for you, you shouldn’t have a problem with the hotel’s range of choices. Classic doubles, family spaces featuring bunk beds, premium stays offering sea views and suites sleeping a maximum of four people are among your options.
If you’re wondering what you can expect as standard, guests can enjoy air conditioning, a shower or bath, hairdryer as well as a balcony or terrace.
Poolside drinks to kids’ dining
The hotel’s All Inclusive offerings stretch far beyond local cuisine with international choices in the main buffet, snack spots, an a la carte restaurant and pool bar serving ice cream.
MB Main Restaurant: Filled with hot and cold cooking stations, this buffet restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. From English favourites to Greek specialities and kid’s options, there’s something to suit every taste bud here. It’s also celebrated for its themed nights, so you don’t have to worry about eating the same thing night after night.
Olives à la carte restaurant: With a first-class setting gazing on St Spyridon bay, this a la carte is the place to head for romantic dinners with its three-course menu showcasing Greece’s most mouth-watering dishes.
Food Court: This handy option is perfect for avid sunbathers who don’t want to sacrifice their tanning hours. Right by the pool, grab everything from pizzas to pastas and desserts.
Main pool bar: Serving a range of refreshing drinks by the main pool area, sip cold beverages as you watch your kids splash around in the water or admire the animation team as they encourage guests to get involved in some light-hearted fun.
Relax pool bar: If you want to enjoy poolside drinks in a more laid-back setting, then this is the waterside bar for you!
Pizzeria Famiglia Roka: You can enjoy one meal here as part of your All Inclusive package, any additional visits will incur a charge.
Lobby bar: Serving a range of beverages including local spirits, wine and beer alongside a choice of soft drinks, this well-placed venue is a great place to enjoy some light entertainment, while snacks including cake and ice cream are also available between certain times.
A mix of outdoor and indoor facilities
Days can be as relaxing or as upbeat as you want them to be when you come to this non-stop resort. When you’re not challenging the family to a game of five-a-side football, you could be working up a sweat in the onsite Zumba class or hitting the sand to show off your serving skills with a spot of beach volleyball. If you’re holidaying with kids aged between four and 12, you can also make use of the kids’ club where mini travellers will get to take part in a range of supervised workshops, not to mention there’s a mini disco come evenings.
There’s plenty going on for adults too, relaxing spa days are a must with the hotel’s long list of treatments. Focus on those aches and pains with an Anti-Stress Massage, turn back the clock with the age defying effects of Cold Therapy or sample the ultimate body wrap with their unique Seaweed Therapy. As dusk falls, when you’re not relaxing with your favourite tipple, Mareblue Beach Resort also hosts Greek, karaoke and bingo nights.
Sea meets mountain surroundings
This property has an enviable setting, on one side you’re surrounded by mountains and on the other you’re inches away from the Ionian Sea. Should you want to venture out, you’ll be happy to discover the closest beach is just a two-minute stroll away.
Despite its secluded location, you’re in a prime spot for wildlife sightings with Lake Antiniotissa just 10 minutes further. Home to rare plant life and numerous bird species it’s a must-see for outdoorsy types while visiting Greece.