Louis Hotels always strives for perfection so as to offer guests an all-rounded holiday. Therefore, besides our hotels, upgraded rooms, bars, pools, cafes and other facilities guests enjoy while staying at Louis Hotels, we make sure our guests’ breakfast, lunch and dinner times are the most delicious times of their day!
Louis Hotels understands the role gastronomy plays to guests’ holiday experience. That is why every one of our hotels offers plenty of choices to please even the most discerning palates. Depending on the hotel, guests can enjoy different levels of all-inclusive terms. Although different hotels offer different terms and packages, all Louis hotels adhere to the same principles that ensure our guests mealtimes are the most delicious part of their day.
It doesn’t get any ‘Greeker’ than Meze by Elliniko. Meze by Elliniko is a concept created by the founders of Elliniko in cooperation with Louis Hotels and aims to offer guests a unique tasting journey of the finest of Greek produce, brought to their table through an inspired array of mouthwatering dishes. Meze by Elliniko is available as a second (or in some cases, third) dining option within hotels of the Louis Group. Meze by Elliniko restaurants offer a variety of tasting menus to hotel guests consisting of exquisite Greek ‘meze’ dishes.
Some 93% of tourists enjoys the local culture experience while distinguishing places with regional features, a recent survey by Thomas Cook reveals. And as Cyprus is preparing for another “hot” tourist summer, we talked to Mr. Savvas Perdios, COO of Louis Hotels, about the importance of authenticity in Cyprus’ tourism industry.
Yummy Corfiot Treats!
Corfu has been blessed with an array of local produce due to the island’s naturally rich landscapes and fertile lands. The majority of local produce is used in the locals’ daily lives and local cuisine such as wine, honey, cereal and olive oil! Holidaymakers in Corfu enjoy a variety of local specialities made up of local agricultural goods. Most of the island’s favourite local recipes and products have been influenced by the various conquerors that once occupied the Corfu in its past such as the Venetians, Sicilians as well as the French!