Discover the stunning Corfu island in the secluded studios and apartments that make up Dimitra Studios. Located in Benitses village over a tranquil spot, overlooking sweeping sea views, these spacious and airy accommodations are an intimate retreat oasis in the middle of vibrant Corfu.
Whether you are with your family, in couple or by yourself at Dimitra Studios you escape to your own private island hideaway. Benitses village is the ideal destination for memorable and relaxing holidays in Corfu. Enjoy the comforts of being at home in any of our studios and apartments which are equipped with all modern amenities. Unwind at our large and clean pool, with incredible views to the Ionian Sea and surrounded by the garden. Dimitra Studios are a restful setting for your perfect island getaway.
Discover the touches that make Dimitra Studios the premier choice for budget accommodation in Corfu. Our spacious studios and apartments offer privacy and peacefulness for your better retreat. Relax and rejuvenate in our comfortable accommodations either for business or for pleasure purpose. At Dimitra Studios, we guarantee that during your stay you will escape from the stress of the world.
All studios and apartments feature TV, a/c, fully equipped kitchen, fridge and large verandas with compelling views to Ionian Sea.
Treat yourself to a true island paradise in Corfu by staying at Dimitra Studios in Benitses village, and leave routine and the world behind.
Between the mountains and the sea Benitses, or Benitsa as locals call it, are a truely picturesque village located near (approx. 12km) the island's capital, Corfu town. Over the years Benitses developped from a traditional fishing village to a contemporary tourist resort with great infrastructure without spoiling its beauty and authenticity. The latter is the reason why many tourists choose Benitses for their holidays each year.
The sandy beach of Benitses is widely known for its crystal clean waters. It has also been awarded with a "Blue Flag" by the European Union which suggests that the beach of Benitses has achieved the highest quality in water, facilities, safety, environmental education and management.
Addiotionally, in Benitses besides the wonderful beach, the visitors have endless choices for activities for leisure, sightseeing and entertainment. At the center of the village you can find numerous restaurants and taverns with several cuisines where you can choose depending on your preference. Moreover you can enjoy your drinks in one of the sea-front bars. Those interested in the ancient monuments can visit the sources for the ancient Aqueduct, the imposing Achillion (the palace of Queen Sissy and King Kaiser) and Kaiser's bridge, the Roman baths with their mosaic floors, the small church of Aghia Paraskevi (with the magnificent sea view). Daily cruises to Ithaki and Paxous Islands are also available.
The village has easy access from Corfu town and other places of the island. You can choose to use the public transportation (blue busses), hire a taxi or rent a car, scooter or ATV. There is also a small port for small yachts and boats.
Cruises to Paxous Island, Sivota, Parga and Albania depart daily from the Benitses port.
* The swimming pool will operate from the 1st June to the 30th September
Cleaning and sanitizing has been increased in all spaces with an emphasis on frequent contact surfaces including: front desk, doorman desk, door handles, public bathrooms, room keys, stair handrails, dining surfaces and seating areas.
Antiseptic devices (fixed or portable) will be available for the customer at the reception desk.
Cleaning and sanitizing protocols are followed to clean guest rooms, particular attention is paid to high-touch items including: telephones, television remote controls, toilet seats, door and furniture handles, light switches, temperature control panels, luggage racks, garbage bins and floors.
It will be highly recommended to all guests to exclusively use their in-room WCs, instead of the public ones.
Guests will be asked upon check in if daily housekeeping will be needed.
All bed linen and towels will be changed upon guests’ requirements and washed at a high temperature, in accordance with NPHO guidelines.
Shared Equipment will be sanitized before, during and after each shift or usage. This includes: phones, keyboards, computers and other communication devices, payment terminals, kitchen implements, Food & Beverage equipment such coffee machines etc. engineering tools, cleaning equipment, security keys and any other direct contact items used throughout the property.
The maintenance and cleaning of Air Conditioning is completed according to NPHO protocols.
Guests will be advised for physical distancing of at least 1.5m away from other groups of people who are not traveling with them, while standing at reception, circulating around the property or using elevators. No more than one guest will be permitted per elevator.
Guests are advised to use a pool towel when using the sun loungers at the pool area. Sun loungers will be frequently disinfected by our team.
Pool maximum occupancy standards have been set to ensure that pools are not overcrowded.
A standard of one person per 5 sq. meters of surface is followed and guests are advised to keep their distances when using our outdoor pools.
Pool PH and CL levels are monitored more frequently and in accordance with the new NPHO and ESGLI guidelines. Pool; hot and cold water tanks have gone through the appropriate cleaning and disinfection procedures and a certificate of compliance has been issued for the accommodation's health and safety protocols.
Our kitchen and food and beverage facilities comply with the guidelines of EFET, HACCP and ISO standards.
It is recommended that a possible rapid test or molecular testing could be performed on the occupants of the accommodation on the day of departure by a health professional.
Our employees have been given clear instructions on how to promptly respond and report all cases suspicious of being related to COVID-19 on the property. Employees are instructed to stay home if they do not feel well.
Training: All employees will receive training on COVID-19 safety and sanitation protocols. More detailed training has been conducted to front-line teams having frequent contact with our guests, such as Housekeeping, Food & Beverage, Front Office and Maintenance personnel.
Temperature Checks: Regular temperature checks to all employees. In case of a reported temperature higher than 37c, the employee will immediately be asked to go and stay home.
Rapid Tests: All staff are required to undergo at least one rapid test per week by a healthcare professional or occupational doctor based on the instructions of the Hellenic National Public Health Organization for the control of COVID-19.
Hand Washing: Personal hygiene and frequent handwashing with soap is vital (every 60 minutes and with a duration of at least 20 seconds).
Protective Equipment: All employees will be provided a mask. Front-line teams are required to always wear that mask while on duty. Gloves will be provided to the Housekeeping, Front Office, Security and Food & Beverage teams.
Physical Distancing & Protection: Internal meetings such as line-up meetings, department heads morning meetings etc., will be conducted virtually till further notice. Employees will be constantly reminded to not touch their faces and to keep physical distance of at least 1.5 m away from guests and other employees.
Medical Kit: A complete medical kit will be available at the Hotel Manager's office
Suppliers of Goods & Services: Contractors and suppliers of goods and services should follow similar Health & Safety Measures.
No access to contractors or suppliers is allowed within the accommodation. All goods should be delivered at the entrance of the accommodation's receiving area. Items should be sanitized prior to inhouse dispatch.
On the 31st December 2019, the World Health Organization was informed of a cluster of pneumonia of unknown cause in Wuhan in Hubei province, China. On January 9th, 2020, a novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was identified as a cause. Corona viruses are a group of viruses that usually cause respiratory infections of varying severity to humans and animals. It is estimated that almost one third of infections of the upper respiratory system in humans can be caused by coronaviruses.
The overwhelming majority of cases have been reported in China. The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is transmitted from human-to-human. Transmission has also been documented in health professionals. Infection caused by the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) can manifest with fever, cough, and shortness of breath, sore throat and in serious cases with pneumonia.
Confirmed cases have been reported worldwide, in Asia, the Middle East, Europe as well as in the United States of America, Canada and Australia. According to the World Health Organization there are present travel restrictions in effect.
European governments have taken various restrictive measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus and to protect lives. The situation is changing fast and so is the response by Member States of the European Union. For more information concerning the measures taken by each Member State, visit https://reopen.europa.eu/en. It is recommended that travellers avoid nonessential travel to areas with presumed ongoing community transmission of COVID-19.
Vaccines have been developed in order to combat the pandemic worldwide.
If you are travelling to areas with presumed ongoing community transmission of COVID-19 you should:
During your stay in areas with presumed ongoing community transmission of COVID-19 you should:
After your return from areas with presumed ongoing community transmission of COVID-19:
According to the new safety measures issued by the Greek Maritime Ministry, all passengers need to carry with them before boarding:
In accordance with the guidelines of the national health authorities, the meticulous observance of rules for hand washing / sanitizing and for respiratory hygiene, the use of face masks, physical distance keeping, very good cleaning and sanitizing of spaces and surfaces, especially of those frequently hand touched, are the basis for the protection of passengers and employees at Athens International Airport. Passengers travelling on domestic or international flights should bear in mind the following:
For more information, call the 4-digit number 1572 or visit the website of the Ministry of Tourism https://mintour.gov.gr/.
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