Myself and my family stayed here for 2 weeks. The 2 bed apartment was very basic and could do with a few more bits considering it's self catering. Only one knife and that was a bread knife which really isn't enough. Very minimal! The bathroom could do with a refit and very tired around the edges. The bed was the hardest most uncomfortable bed I have ever had the displeasure to sleep in. The cleaner was ok. She wasn't very thorough and the floor was often missed and unclean. Our bedding was only changed twice in 2 weeks which was awful considering there was a heatwave the first week. The location was not good. The walk to the beach wasn't good. You took a risk some days with no paths and lots of vehicles. We didn't really like the resort - too much like a Greek Skegness! Not worth the trek into town in my opinion. This is the first holiday I've ever been on where I wanted to come home early! Won't be back to Sidari!
The apartments are lovely and clean and very well spaced out in their own grounds.
The pool is crystal clear and there are plenty of sunbeds around. The food at the bar is very good and reasonably priced. The entertainent i.e. BBQ night and quiz night were a laugh and well worth going along to.
The only downside was Sidari which is rather like Blackpool. If you want tribute acts, drag queens and fish and chips then this is your place. If you prefer a more tradional Greek setting, try somewhere else.
The apartments were very nice, simply furnished, as with most Greek places. The staff were friendly, especially the cleaners, the rooms and pool bar were very clean, with all the facilities. Good food was also available at the bar, with a variety of 'theme nights' - a Greek barbeque, a quiz night, etc... I can't really fault the apartments. If I really had to, the worst thing about it was the Wi-Fi didn't reach some of the rooms and you had to go to the pool area - as you can see, hardly a calamity.
However, although the apartments were conveniently located to a supermarket and a couple of tavernas, it was quite a trek into the main town - about a 15 minute walk to the main strip. Quite frankly, once there, Sidari was not worth it. If you like Blackpool, by all means make the trip, but it was full of tribute bands, tacky bars and British food. If you like traditional Greek places, stay somewhere else in Corfu, such as Kassiopi or the main town. The only redeeming feature of Sidari was the lovely beaches. It was such a shame, as the apartments were fantastic.
Travelled with my 18yr old daughter during the last week of July. We got off the bus around 9pm and were greeted by the hotel staff who quickly showed us to our apartment. The apartments are situated at the rear of the main bar/restaurant building, and consist of 3 blocks, each block having three lower and three upper apartments. The blocks are very well spaced apart, so you are not cramped with all the other guests. Our apartment was the furthest from the main building, but it is a 2 minute walk through lovely surroundings. We had top floor, left hand side as you go up the steps. The partment itself was one main room containing basic kitchen and beds. A separate room housed the toilet, shower and washbasin. There was also a balcony overlooking the grounds. The kitchen was very basic, with a mini oven/hob/grill, which was only used once to make toast...you are on holiday, holidays aren't for cooking :-). The room was very clean and one thing I noticed was the lack of that "toilet" smell you so often get on Greek holidays. Just be aware that the hotel will only provide one roll of loo paper during your visit, if the sign on the back of the door was interpreted correctly. The beds were extremely firm. Air con is available, we paid around 50 euros for the week, but was worth it. Also there are safe boxes available in reception, around 4 or 5 Euros I think. The pool area was lovely and well maintained. No fighting for loungers. That's the beauty of the small and friendly hotels. The bar was very clean and tidy and served food and drink all day. The usual stuff of fizzy pop, beer, chips and ice creams etc, as well as breakfasts and lunches. We had lunch there most days, simple sarnies etc. I cannot comment on the evening meals as we ate in town each night. They advertised the usual Greek traditionals, as well as a Sunday roast with "real Bisto" which you had to pre book. Why anyone wants a Sunday roast in Greece beats me...but hey...we're British. The hotel is located about 1km from the main Sidari strip where all the day life and night life is. Be warned, it is a 20 minute walk along the main road into Sidari, with very little in the way of footpath. Its safe enough if you keep your wits about you....amazing how many people forget to walk on the wrong side of the road so that they can't see what is coming towards them. Lots of nutters on scooters and quads mainly. Along the walk, there are a few restaurants, and a pharmacy. All in all, a small, friendly, family run hotel. Very clean, quiet and relaxing place to stay. Would definitely stay here again.
Travelled as a large group of 6 adults, 2 children and a toddler. We had 3 different rooms, all were clean and spacious. The apartments are set in spacious grounds with 3 different blocks. Pool area and all grounds are kept clean and tidy by the hard working family. Food and drinks are reasonably priced and the food is of a good standard. The walk into the strip (main part of Sidari) is about 20mins, its flat and there are numerous bars to help you keep your cool. The beach is clean and very child friendly, the water is shallow and safe for swimming. All in all i would recommend these apartments to anyone. Any problems and the family are more than willing to assist in resolving the issue.