Grecotel Eva Palace is situated in Kommeno of Corfu, this beachfront resort offers panoramic views of the Ionian Sea and Corfu Town. Grecotel Eva Palace features a private beach and an impressive pool area with a bar.
Just 150 metres from sandy beaches, the environmentally awarded Grecotel Eva Palace enjoys a secluded location between the villages of Dassia and Gouvia.
Found on the Kommeno peninsula, Grecotel Eva Palace is a five-star beachfront resort that delivers the best in both comfort and elegance. The picturesque location provides panoramic views of the Aegean Sea and the hotel’s gardens, making it an ideal establishment for guests to unwind. The wide variety of accommodation ranges from guest rooms to villas, all of which are refined, sophisticated and airy. Each room option also comes kitted out with plenty of modern amenities for convenience such as a canopy bed, sitting areas, flat-screen televisions, and minibars.
Grecotel Eva Palace offers three on-site restaurants that cater to every kind of palate from the á la carte Steak and Sushi to the international cuisine served at Mediterraneo Restaurant. Here, boredom is never on the agenda with plenty of sports and entertainment available including wine tasting and cocktail courses, a designated water sports station and an outdoor seawater pool with a swim-up bar. The hotel spa is also a popular pastime, with plenty of relaxing facilities and signature treatments and rituals that are designed to refresh and renew.
Grecotel Eva Palace is situated on the Kommeno peninsula, an area steeped in charming ancient history, plenty of natural beauty and, of course, authentic Greek mythology. Explore the scenic Corfu coastline, swim in the cerulean-coloured water and recline on one of the many beaches, such as the famous Paleokastritsa, Sidari and Halikounas. Boat tours will take you around the island, while snorkelling and diving schools allow you to head beneath the waves to explore the magical marine wildlife. Stroll along the narrow streets and gaze at the pastel-coloured houses that form the UNESCO Heritage site-listed Old Town, take in the views from the Angelokastro fortress, or visit the Mon Repos villa, originally built as the summer residence for the British Lord High Commissioner and, incidentally, is also the birthplace of Prince Philip. Nearby to the hotel you’ll also find the 18-hole Corfu Golf Club, horse riding facilities and paragliding.