Satori Boutique Hotel

8th Parados Acharavi,Acharavi,Greece

  • Experience World-class Service at Satori Boutique Hotel

    Situated in Acharavi, Satori Boutique Hotel features barbecue facilities and garden. With a shared lounge, the hotel has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom. Every room is fitted with a balcony with views of the garden. Guest rooms come with a fridge, stovetop, a kettle, a shower, free toiletries and a desk. The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV, and certain rooms include a patio. All units feature a wardrobe. The hotel offers a continental or buffet breakfast. Satori Boutique Hotel offers an outdoor pool. Cycling is among the activities that guests can enjoy near the accommodation. Corfu Town is 21 km from Satori Boutique Hotel, while Glyfada is 23 km from the property. The nearest airport is Corfu International Airport, 23 km from the property.


    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Breakfast
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • Probably the best property in Acharavi. Probably.

      Reviewed 02 August 2019

      Stayed there as a family of 4 in a 2 bdrm/2 bath apartment on the 2nd floor in one of the four 2-storey villas they have. Everything about this property is premium: the location (50m from the beach), the carefully landscaped & manicured garden and lawn, the good sized pool, the fantastically well arranged and appointed living spaces (apartments). Layout, size, furniture, fixtures, fantastic A/C, naturally ventilated bathroom, shower, towels, everything is top notch, the likes of a 4-5* boutique hotel. Own, free parking on the property grounds. The place can accommodate tightly up to 6-7 small cars but could be quite difficult maneuvering to drive in/out. If the parking is full, finding alternatives will be daunting. No parking space outside the gates (property is on a very, very narrow alley, anything larger than a scooter will not fit safely). There are 4-5 places at the beach end of the street (always taken). Plenty of street parking at the opposite end, where the narrow alley intersects the main road, but it's 500m away from hotel, very impractical. So, a matter of chance... Hosts (Maria, Dino and their two beautiful kids) live on the premises, are very nice and obliging (Dino is into boating, if that's your thing you found the right person to talk to, as they also offer sailing cruises by own boat!). What affects this otherwise outstanding property is the virtually absence of hotel services: there is breakfast available, but only on (daily) demand and it is visibly priced to motivate guests to find alternatives elsewhere. No prospects of getting food on the premises during the day once the breakfast is over. No prospect of getting any drinks on the premises, either. Nor an ice cream for the kids. No chance of a drink, cold or hot, by the pool. You have to either go out to eat & drink or go grocery shopping. So, accommodation - be it an outstanding one - is all that is basically offered. The breakfast, if you care to fill out the breakfast option card the day before and are prepared to pay cca 22+ euros/pp for a full breakfast (eggs, sweet & savory patisserie, Greek yogurt with fruit & honey, coffee, tea, OJ). The alternative, at some of the best restaurants on the beach (ex. Maistro, 150m away) would cost cca 10-12 euros/pp. The property is maintained impeccably, looks great. Room cleaning though, is somewhat hit & miss: some days flawless, other days rushed through (either floors not cleaned or towels not changed when due or some toiletries not replenished). You have few good options to eat around. A couple of places on the beach, (Maistro is chief among them), others in the opposite direction, on the main road where you will also find many supermarkets to stock up on groceries. Not fond about the beach next to the hotel. Among the many places & beaches I visited throughout Greece over many years, Acharavi sits close to the bottom of my list with its murky waters, no trees/vegetation to line the beach (whereas Corfu is the Greek island with most luxurious and diverse vegetation in the country) but an agglomeration of unappealing buildings and structures, sun loungers too tightly arranged, congestion of people compared to (many) other beaches. Hence the need to drive every day in order to enjoy better beaches and visit attractions. Best way to visit and experience beaches is by boat rental, on both East and West coasts of the Northern part of the island (for West coast rent from Paleokastritsa, for East coast rent from either Kassiopi or Agios Stefanos). Be careful with driving, which you will have a lot to do in order to visit Corfu. I found Corfu roads to be more hazardous and difficult than anywhere I've driven in Greece, on either mainland or islands. Bottom line: The property is head and shoulders above anything we investigated in the area. The real estate they offer is of high, stand-out, standard. The price, 185 eur/night without breakfast (and any chances to eat or drink anything on the premises) reflects it. What I felt this property (term better suited than ' hotel') fails to deliver, despite being top notch design, tranquil and very comfortable, is a memorable holiday experience by way of services, human touch and soul/character, possibility to enjoy a drink/snack when craving one. The nearby beach didn't make up for it either, so we went to find our experiences exclusively outside the property and outside of Acharavi. For us, Acharavi did not hit the spot, primarily where the beach experience was concerned. We'll definitely not recommend this area. Corfu is a big island and offers much, much better surroundings and beaches, look somewhere else for your piece of Greek island paradise. Satori Boutique Hotel was a good base for exploring the north part of Corfu. Not ideally located, route-wise, but good enough and excellent sleeping & parking quarters. Quite expensive for just sleeping, parking and really not much else, it is definitely not a value proposition. However, this is our own perspective, one may find it better suited to own needs and liking, which is fair enough. One thing is clear: if you are headed for Acharavi, there is no better property to stay at than Satori Boutique Hotel. Period.

    • Calm and relaxing near the sea

      Reviewed 01 August 2019

      Beautiful Hotel 80 mts near the sea on Achavari beach. Calm and relaxing place where you will find clean and spacious rooms updated recently. Parking included. Many good places near the hotel to take sunbath with amacas & umbrella with drinks sand serving while you enjoy your holidays. If you want to watch wonderful sunsets at the sea this this the right place. 10 minutes driving you will find the most beautiful beaches in Corfu Island. Fully recommendable if you want to stay away from crowded holiday places in July.

    • A beautiful place to stay...

      Reviewed 19 July 2019

      Satori is a wonderful place to stay. 2 minutes walk from the main street, full of shops and restaurants, transport links and car hire. Less than 30 seconds walk to the beach, which is a great beach, clear warm water, beautiful sunsets, restaurants and bars all with parasol and sunbeds available. Satori itself is excellent, quiet, clean, relaxing. Various places to sit around the pool and with so few guests, even when full, it is never crowded. BBQ available, breakfast available which was tasty and reasonably priced. Owners and staff were all so friendly and helpful, so much care has been taken by them. The grounds are beautiful, full of plants, trees and butterflies, interesting wildlife all over in fact, except mosquitoes thankfully, the various deterrents implemented are effective and greatly appreciated! My wife and I spent a week here and felt relaxed every moment we were there, great place, people and price. Would definitely recommend.

      Mark H
    • Perfectly charming!

      Reviewed 07 August 2018

      What a gorgeous hotel! Dino and Maria, the owners, and their staff could not have been more welcoming and helpful. Our rooms were stylish, comfortable and spotlessly clean. We enjoyed the breakfasts, especially the coffee. (I enjoyed the cream pastries a little too much!) The pool area catered for sun and shade lovers alike with plentiful sun loungers. My husband took full advantage of the hammock. Lots of floats for the pool so plenty of opportunity to lounge around. A stones throw from the beach with its delightful tavernas, sun loungers and parasols, and five minutes from the centre of Acharavi, Satori Beach Hotel is in a great location. A real find, we can't wait to go back.

    • Relaxing, quiet, friendly

      Reviewed 02 August 2018

      I stayed here from 20/7 - 27/7 with my partner. We had a great time. Maria was very welcoming and gave us lots of handy tips for our stay in Acharavi. The room was spotless and very modern. The pool was clean, a decent size, with enough deck chairs for everyone. It takes one minute to walk to the beach and the seafront restaurants, and less than 5 minutes to walk to the main road which has many restaurants and shops. If youre looking for a relaxing holiday in Corfu, look no further than Satori Boutique Hotel.

      Simon M

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