The Cavalieri Hotel is situated in the heart of Corfu Town along with 7 and 8-storied Venetian houses, which circle a large, green esplanade, where cricket is played on some Sundays next to an ornate Victorian bandstand.
The hotel enjoys an uninterrupted view of the sea and an unparalleled vista over the entire town, the fortress, ships far out at sea and even the mountains of Albania.
Originally a 17th century nobleman's mansion belonging to the family of Count Flamburiari, the building was partly bombed during the second World War. The original walls and facade were kept when the Cavalieri was created in 1967. The hotel, which has been completely renovated recently, is open all year around and consists of 5 single, 36 twin and 9 maisonette-style rooms.
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