Holiday Palace Corfu - Review

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This was originally posted on my ciao account :

Me and my partner stayed at this hotel in April for 5 days and found it pleasant enough. 

The room was a good size with plenty of storage if you needed it and a nice size bathroom and power shower. 
The balcony overlooked the sea which was lovely. 
We had cocktails in the bar a few evenings and although the bar man was lovely and friendly at times it was only him serving which meant you had to wait a long time to get served. 
Also there was entertainment on in the bar a few of the nights but it was the same singer and piano player and he wasn't very good to be honest , which is way we avoided the bar a few nights. 
The Hotel is really out of the way of the main town and there are only three restaurants near by , one of which was closed due to the early time of year we went. 
The Bowling down stairs is great fun and the pools are great. 
The Gym is very sparse and you have to pay 5 EURO if you want to use the treadmill which I thought was a bit annoying as the hotel was not exactly cheap.
There were signs to a Starbucks and Sushi Restaurant all over the hotel which we followed one day after a10 minute walk through wooded paths we arrived at the area to find they weren't open and had a sign saying not open until April ( It was April at the time) I am not sure why they were not open. 
The Dinning area was lovely and the food was great with a large selection but two days before we left a load more people arrived and you couldn't move in their there were huge cues to be seated so we ate elsewhere on these days. 
Over all the hotel was nice enough it just didn't really live up to what I was expecting.

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