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Saving Energy

Taking into account the environmental conditions in which it our hotels operate, Mar-Bella Collection is committed to the continuous improvement of the Energy Management System, in accordance with compliance obligations, following the principles and requirements of the ISO 50001 Standard: 2018.

This is how we are saving energy across all Mar-Bella Collection hotels:

  • Installation of solar panels – providing hot water to our hotels and resulting in 75% saving in energy consumption
  • LPG Natural gas – used in the kitchen and washing machines
  • Magnetic room key cards – these control electrical systems and have reduced electricity usage by 15%
  • Use of energy saving LED bulbs across our hotels resulting in 25% saving
  • Water regulation valves in all public taps and toilets to reduce water consumption
  • Desalination system (300 m3/day) which covers the entire water demands of the MarBella Corfu hotel resulting in 40% saving
  • Installation of an array of capacitors to improve electricity voltage throughout the area of ​​Agios Ioannis Peristeron.
  • Energy Management Policy – We are committed to achieving an improvement in the Company’s energy performance by implementing the Energy Management System and good practices as:

– Fully implementation of the Greek and Community environmental legislation and the other compliance requirements or obligations that the company has accepted in writing and are related to the use and consumption of energy and the energy performance of the Company

–  Commitment to providing the required resources and information, in order to achieve the goals and objectives set within the framework of the Energy Management System

–  Taking into account the design and operation of the facilities for the reduction of energy consumption, the response to climate change, energy efficiency and the saving of natural resources throughout the life cycle of our services.

– Support the supply of high energy efficiency products and services

– Continuous education, training and motivation of our staff

– Yearly evaluation of our energy performance and setting of new goals, so that there is continuous improvement

– Seeking the adoption of our energy policy by our suppliers and partners.


Sister property to Nido (and equally stylish), MarBella is on the shores of Agios Ioannis Peristeron, on the island’s south-east and a half an hour drive from Corfu Town. Landscaped gardens are set on the edge of the Ionian Sea, the hotel has its own beach and water park, and there are no fewer than 10 restaurants and bars to work through.

Red (online) on MarBella

A heavenly ocean-side retreat, with possibly the most beautiful views in Greece: If you possibly can, fly into Corfu, then take the hotel’s boat across the ocean to your final stop. You’ll feel entirely reset and ready to holiday by the time you arrive, having passed countless secret sandy shores, caves and inlets on your way, sea salt amassing to shimmer in your hair. Elix’s reception is then like a sort of celestial spa, with barn-high ceilings and windows that frame the infinity view, and even a soothing spa-like scent to cascade over your senses.

Conde Nast Traveller on Elix

A five star Ionian hideaway with A list appeal: Elix is a five-star hideaway in a six-star location. Blended unobtrusively into the densely wooded slopes above the brochure-worthy Karavostasi beach, this eco-conscious hive of pools, stone, wood and olive-tinted concrete offers low-key luxury amid sage-scented gardens and nature’s wild splendour.

The Times on Elix

If you are after a restorative coastal retreat, book a room at Nido Suite Hotel on the southeast coast of Corfu—it’s adults only (for guaranteed peace and quiet) and situated on a tree-clad hillside that slopes down to the idyllic beach. All suites benefit from the dreamy views of the twinkling Ionian sea, but, if you want total privacy, book the Junior Suite with its own pool.

Vanity Fair on Nido
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