Apraos Bay Hotel in Kasiopi, Corfu

Table of contents:
General infoPhotos (20)FacilitiesMapReviews (1)
Location: Kasiopi

Apraos Bay Hotel is ideally located in Kassiopi Village, founded in the 3rd century BC, surrounded by blossoming gardens of olive and orange trees. In Kassiopi village, very close to Apraos Bay there are many tourist facilities, restaurants and bar. Just some meters away lays the beautiful sandy Kalamari beach. Apraos Bay Hotel in Corfu is of old Venetian architecture, but it offers most modern amenities.

There are 16 rooms in Apraos Bay hotel, all wheelchair-accessible with en-suite bathroom with shower, toiletries and hairdryer, and private balconies, from which the whole Apraos Bay and the majesty of the Ionian Sea can be admired. Modern amenities are all provided, including free wi-fi internet access, satellite TV, A/C(at a charge), Hi-fi and alarm clock. A towel menu and a make-up mirror are there in each room as well. Some of the Hotel rooms are wheelchair accessible.

Apraos Bay hotel areas are all air-conditioned and offer free internet access. There is a new swimming pool with freshwater, poolside bar, cafeteria, restaurant and a well-maintained pretty garden. The panoramic view from the furnished terrace with sun loungers and parasola is exciting. The hotel provides also exclusive services, like private transfers, fax, 24-hour security, car hire and currency exchange facilities.

Why book through Greeka? We are affiliated with Booking.com, which grants us a small commission for every booking made through the above link. No extra fee is charged to you.
That enables us to continue our qualitative work and provide you with the best information possible.



Information not yet available


Things to see & do around


1 Reviews
  • p.barrell142 21 Jul 2016
    Apraos Bay in July
    We stayed at Apraos Bay in July and firstly we would like to say we had a great week. The hotel pool and views were stunning and the hotel overall was plain but clean and tidy. But we were disapointed that on the Greeka website it said all rooms were wheel chair accessable this is not true as there are a great number of steps to the hotel and pool and also in the hotel. My wife who is in a wheel chair found this very difficult and i had to carry her up most of the steps every day. Please could you rectifiy this on your website so not to mislead any other travellers. We would not return to this Hotel but only because of the access problems.
    Paul and Lindsay Barrell July 2016