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Aphrodite Hills Villas

From the Aphrodite Hills Villas, all the pros of the upmarket resort are a stone’s throw away – including a health spa, tennis academy, golf course and a full house of bars and restaurants.

The smart, stone-clad villas at Aphrodite Hills have a private pool and sun terrace apiece, most of which overlook the greens of an 18-hole golf course.

From the sunloungers that circle the pool, to the streamlined open-plan living area – super stylish décor is the mainstay of the Aphrodite Hills Villas.

Thomson Villas with Pools is now called Villas Collection. Whether you’re after a place with a pool, or a rustic retreat in the heart of the countryside, this is where you’ll find it.

  • 6Sleeps up to
  • 3Rooms
  • 2Bathrooms
  • Only from ThomsonIn the UK, this holiday is only available from the Thomson group.

Villas Collection

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  • Range of sizes from 1 to 6-bed
  • Private and shared pools available
  • Free car hire included for remote villas
  • Villa-only available

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Free Bed and Breakfast Upgrade

Book before 31st October 2016, and arrive between 9th September 2016 and 30th September 2016, and you'll get a free upgrade to Bed and Breakfast.

Food & Drink

Self Catering

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
Half Board

Breakfast and lunch or dinner from a choice of 3 restaurants.   

Villa details

Villa Facilities

Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner

Open-plan, leading on to the kitchen, with comfy sofas to chillout on and watch a DVD.

Kitchen

Twin bedroom

In the 3-bedroom villa.

Double bedroom

Both the 2-bedroom villa and 3-bedroom villa have double bedrooms on the first floor.

Other facilities

  • Air-conditioning*
  • Aphrodite Kids' Club*
  • DVD player
  • TV
  • Outdoor dining area

Private pool

A private, rectangular pool, set in a stone terrace.

Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner

Open-plan, leading on to the kitchen, with comfy sofas to chillout on and watch a DVD.

Villa availability

Show prices for Adults (age 16+) Children (age 0-15)
 

Per person prices are usually lower for large parties.
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Car Hire

Car hire with Europcar

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Lovely Vacation

We moved to this hotel from the Atlantica Bay Hotel. Everything about this hotel was Great: Reception/Greeting you were made to fell very welcome Checking in was so quick and easy Our room was perfect Great Bathroom, Bed was extremely comfortable, plenty of hanging space Adults only pool was just right with its own Bar We eat at the Mexican restaurant most days for Lunch, Was brilliant, Food & Staff were 1st rate Dinning was good, you had a choice of Three restaurants One main and Two Al A Carte. The food was first rate Great choice and Brilliant service, It would have been nice to have had One Restaurant that was Adults only One of the Al A Carte restaurants was adults only which was nice first thing in the morning I would recommend this Hotel without hesitation, I personnel would not go back as we prefer Adults Only hotel these days Robin YeoMore

Robin Y,

Apartment DG01 Hellios Heights

We stayed at apartment DG01 for two weeks and have just returned after a wonderful time. There were 7 in our party which was one over the official 6 the apartment can accommodate but there was still plenty of room. The apartment has its own private garden (unlike many of the other apartments) and has its own path to the pool just 20m away. Hellios Heights is well designed, tranquil part of the resort. The pool is on two levels and is plenty big enough to provide space for the residents. The resort is also well designed with "The Village" set at its heart. Here you can find a supermarket (rather expensive) several restaurants (good value and great food in all) a bar and a take away. We didn't play golf but the course looks fantastic. We did play tennis at the academy where the facilities are excellent. The resort is ideally located for Paphos and Limassol and is a stones throw away from Apridities rock. I can't say enough good things about the apartment. Its clean, well appointed, comfortable, spacious. With three big bedrooms and a kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine, cooker and microwave it really does have everything you could need. It is managed by Nicos who was very helpful during our stay and works hard to ensure the gardens are kept in good order. All in all it was a wonderful place and we will be returning.More

Laidback_Lincoln,

Golf day

I will leave a seperate review re hotel facilities and food etc once i have returned home (they have been fantastic). What has really dissapointed me this holiday was my golf day at aphrodite hills. A group of 8 of us rented buggies shoes and clubs to play for a 07.45 start. The day began well with us starting a few minutes behind schedule. We set off as two parties of 4. By the 2nd hole one of pur buggies had run out of battery which meant that it was unable to get up the numerous hills vetween holes. This meant that we had to physically push the buggy up these hills!!!! This meant that player behind us caught us up, which as golfers ourselves we let them play through (golfing ettiquette) which they were happy to do. At the 6th hole a golf marshall came around and manages to swap our buggy. We thought nothing of it and we could continue on our round. By the 13th hole this very rude and unpleasent marshal was standing behind us telling us that we were behind on time and needed to hurry up. This was very annoying and ensured we did not enjoy the final few holes. To add insult the marshal stated we were not allowed to play the 15th hole because we had taken too long to play the other holes, we explained our buggy situation to which he replied was not his problem...... which is ironic as if he would have charged the buggy we would not have been forced to skip the hole. Upon asking for a bit of money back because we were now only playing 17 holes onstead of the 18 we had paid for , the marshal could not care less. This was not a cheap round of golf and the attitude of the marshal really left a sour taste after what would have been a good round. I was appaled by his manner and in all my years playing golf in various places around the world i have never been forced to skip a hole due to 'slow play'. I would also like to add that the finish time was due to be 12.24 and the time we returned the buggy was 12.26 which considering the buggy issues shows that we were far from playing slow. I have sent two emails via the contact us page on aphrodite hills website and am yet to recieve any type of reply. My advice to any keeb golfers would be to find a different course , or hope and pray that you get a fully charged buggy !!!!!!!! Completely spoilt what would have been a nice round and a waste of over 100 euros!!!!!!! More

yogibach,

Fantastic place to play golf

We recently spent a week in a 2 bed roomed villa ,on a golfing package arranged by Golf Kings...Everything went like clockwork right down to the private transfer to and from resort in our own 8 seater Mercedes mini bus. The Villa was located a short walk from all amenities ,was 2 bed roomed with both rooms having their own en suite. We had an unlimited golf packaged and enjoyed 7 rounds plus 2x9 holes of golf on the very challenging but fair golf course. The Village Square,provided a variety of outside eating ,with Greek,Italian,Indian,and English pub type food,which was all of a very good quality. With 90 degree temperatures and clear blue sky,just perfect for golfers wanting a week away.More

Mike F, 187065

Another enjoyable holiday but room for improvements

Aphrodite Hills is a great resort - superb golf course and a range of resort facilities to accommodate all tastes. The resort is generally well looked after and their are some spectacularly good views across the golf course and to the sea. We have been visiting Aphrodite Hills for a number of years and I would point out that having stayed in both village accommodation and a villa on the Eastern Plateau having experienced joyful holidays it is sadly not quite as good as it used to be. We visited end June / early July this year and experienced blistering above average temperatures and had an enjoyable holiday though. We used the tennis courts quite a bit - they have put a lovely sun shade over one court and it was very enjoyable. I got the impression the tennis was very popular - more so than on previous recent visits. Shame the new Alexander Heights villas have partly killed the nice views from some of the courts though which dampened my enthusiasm for playing every day. Similarly the Dream Soccer was excellent for the children - really good classes, well attended and we'll run. Highly recommended. I played golf several times and it was, as always, superb. The course is in such good condition for the time of year. Supplemented by a fantastic 3-hole golf academy and driving range it makes this the perfect golfing experience. As I said beyond our stay earlier this month we've stayed in many accommodations over the years. Our favourite accommodation is in Theseus and Helios Heights villages - by far the nicest and prettiest villages in close proximity to the resort centre. The pools in both these villages are excellent too - the one in Theseus has a sun shade which is good for those with young children. The gardens are wonderful and the architecture of the building really nice. We were much less keen on either Adonis Village (bit of a concrete jungle with few gardens but some properties with amazing sea views) or Hestiades Green (as all houses are open plan kitchen / lounge living and the gardens are entirely consumed by swimming pools which is no good with young children). We stayed once in a villa on the Eastern Plateau with another family and had a great time - recommended for those in a higher budget but pick your property carefully as views differ widely and many villas can often be surrounded by construction work but the holiday residences should be able to advise if you ask (like we did). However as a regular holiday maker at Aphrodite Hills I would point out the following comments for future visitors to consider; - I get the impression the resort is showing signs of turning back into a bit of a property development project and holidaymakers play second fiddle. We cherished Sundays when we didn't have construction noise from Alexander Heights Phase 2. This has adversely impacted the two best villages at the moment - the eastern side of Theseus village and southern part of Helios Heights. If it is not bad enough to hear garden strimmers and lawn mowers from dawn to dusk the noise from this construction (including all the lorries taking rubble past all the villages and villas up the Western Plataeu) made it a big annoyance. Once the work on new villas start south of Zephrous village shortly it will render the western side of Thesus and Zephrous village as uninhabitable for holiday guests for a couple of seasons. - The Village Square was extremely quiet. And non atmospheric. Having fixed the hotel problem with packaged holidays, the all-inclusive deal at the hotel has destroyed the Village Square. Pub Anoi, Pithari tavern and the Indian and Italian restaurants were all pretty empty in early July! We remember on previous holidays when it was a struggle to get a table reservation and entertainers toured the tables in Pithari Tavern. The view to the sea from Zimi and Pub Anoi has been destroyed by an artificial soccer pitch for use by hotel guests although the archery has been this year been moved to secure better uninterrupted sea views for the properties in Alexander Heights. The Village Square needs villa and hotel guests and without hotel guests I can't see how these restaurants and bars are sustainable. They seem to just rely on weddings and christenings. The hotel change to all inclusive packaged holidays has severely devalued the holiday experience at the resort as a whole in our view. We remember summer holidays with the village square restaurants as focal points for fun and atmosphere but alas no longer. Avoid the new menu Japanese sushi in Pub Anoi - it was dreadful and nothing like the original Japanese Corner restaurant that is now an Indian restaurant. The golf club Sunday buffet though is excellent value and superb food - pity it was the same every week though. - What has happened to WIFI in the resort. It is fine in the villas but only Costa now has WIFI in the square. We had nothing at the golf club on the terrace, nothing at Pub Anoi (despite it advertising WIFI) and I don't use Facebook so I couldn't login to the Village square wifi - a real negative for a 5* resort. No wonder Costa coffee is now the focal point in the village square. We thought we would feed back our thoughts on both accommodation and the resort more generally having been here a few years now and likely to take a break for something different. On balance the resort is highly recommended and we will be back in the future - hopefully when we do so the construction intrusions to holidaymakers will have subsided and the Village Square will have come back to life in some form. It will then represent the perfect break. More

HighFlyingDude, 186338

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