Rossis Hotel

A family run property in the beach of Messonghi

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About Us

ROSSIS HOTEL MESSONGHI CORFU

It is our privilege and pleasure to welcome you to the beautiful island of Corfu. Rossis Beach Hotel is a traditional family run property since 1960 that respect our heritage, cuisine and culture. Our main hotel complex is built by the sea and our apartment complex is situated just a few meters from the sea.

10m away from the beach

We are located in the heart of messonghi and only 10 meters from a beautiful beach with calm waters, offering sun beds and a variety of delicious snacks. To access the beach just exit the hotel.

Convenient Location

Corfu international airport is 19 km away and Corfu port is 22 km. A bus stop and Taxi stand can be found very close to the hotel, along with a vibrant life.

Sightseeing Opportunities

Messonghi is an ideal location that allows guests easily to explore Corfu town, an Unesco World Heritage Site, and other parts of the Island.

Our Rooms

Guests: 2
View: Garden View
Guests: 2
View: Garden View
Guests: 2
View: Side Sea View
Guests: 2
View: Sea View
Guests: 2-3
Outdoors: Balcony or Terrace
Guests: 2-3
Outdoors: Balcony
Guests: 3-4
Outdoors: Balcony
Guests: 3-4
Outdoors: Balcony

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Our Location

Messonghi on Corfu Island

Messonghi is a traditional greek village, and offers numerous tavernas and bars many of them located along the coastline. If you choose to dine on the beach, you will have some stunning views looking across to mainland Greece. The beach provides crystal clear waters, and it’s ideally suited for children. Messonghi can be a great starting point to explore the rest of the Island.

Where we are located

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Rossis hotel is located in Messonghi. A village south of Corfu town in the eastern coast of the island. The village while benefiting from the ease of access due to it’s proximity to the south central coastal road, still retains it’s traditional characteristics and it is relatively unspoilt by tourism.