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Villas With Pools
Well-equipped properties with a pool and car hire included
- Swimming pool as standard
- Free car hire included
- Villa-only available
- Range of sizes from 1 to 6-bed
Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner
Open-plan, leading on to the kitchen, with comfy sofas to chillout on and watch a DVD.
Both the 2-bedroom villa and 3-bedroom villa have double bedrooms on the 1st floor.
In the 3-bedroom villa.
- Cove Beach Club*
- Pirate Kids' Club
- DVD player
- Outdoor dining area
Per person prices are usually lower for large parties.
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Car hire with Europcar
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Noting the relatively high temperatures in the eastern Mediterranean in November/December, we thought we would return (last visited 2007 and 2012) to Aphrodite Hills for another spell of warmth and golf this year. We extended our stay to two weeks and rented a car from Paphos airport. Even though it was not used every day it proved cheaper than the alternatives of daily rent from the car rental company located on the Hotel site and, according to hearsay, more reliable than the somewhat more mature but cheaper cars from the companies located in Paphos. We brought our own golf clubs but learnt that we could rent a set for 47 euros a week from an agency associated with the hotel. That makes them cheaper than paying the excess demanded by the airlines. We went for the half board B & B tariff and had a De Luxe room facing the sea and golf course. We paid a reduced cost to play 6 games at Aphrodite and reductions were given to us for the Secret Valley (x3) and Elea(x1) games. As you may be aware the hotel rotates the dining facilities and menus to offer a different theme every night. Having a fairly active holiday we got stuck into the fabulous range of starters and desserts that we would never eat at home. Nevertheless, we still managed to eat out on a number of nights choosing Two Friends in Pissouri, Limanyaki at Pissouri Beach and Hill View (Pissouri – 2012). Limanyaki was our favourite. On our days ‘out’ this time we visited Paphos market, Omodos, Coral Bay and the Edro wreck at Oniro Beach. We enjoyed them all. For golfers the Aphrodite is the only place to stay. You have the benefit of the Aphrodite course, Secret Valley (opened 1st September, 2013) and Elea. Secret Valley hopes to open it’s second course sometime next year. If you love sand, you will love Elea. Secret Valley is more of a challenge with narrow fairways and ‘blind’ holes. It is in tip top condition and a joy to play. Be prepared for a long round at both courses as societies seem to be causing lengthy delays (over 5 hours). The Aphrodite course also has societies but somehow we always managed to get round in 4 ½ hours. The Course Marshalls there are exceptional, watching the abilities of the group players and moving the tees to forward positions temporarily to keep games moving. Another technique was to shuffle, with agreement, the slower and faster 4 balls in a group (everyone has a buggy) so that there were no empty fairways. This kept everyone happy. It is active management, logically applied and delivered in a courteous manner. There may well have been exceptions to this but we never heard any. Our only negative about the hotel was the lack of seating on the A la Carte evenings for Half Board guests. Knowing that the majority of half-boarders will be eating in each evening, it should not have been difficult to calculate the required number of tables. We were also puzzled why a small group of 6 could reserve but not a group of 4. Strange rules. As charming as the manager and staff were to us, the wait was nevertheless frustrating. They should bring in the Course Marshalls to sort things out !More
Excellent for a late golf break
Just had a great weeks golf break at Aphrodite Hills we stayed in the hotel complex and had a room overlooking the 8th fairway. The room was large and spacious and in top order with fridge, aircon and large flat screen tv. and a very large and comfy bed. We ate most of the time in the hotel restaurant the breafasts were very good and the evening meals vg as well with different menu themes each night. We did have a problem on one evening with a bottle of wine, we asked to speak to the wine manager (Klitos Demetriou) what a charming man – he sampled the wine and changed the bottle instantly for a much more expensive one. Early November is just out of season and the resort was relatively deserted and many of the on-site restaurants were closed. However, don't let that put you off as this is an excellent time of year for late sun (average 26c every day) and quiet surroundings. Everything worked and the place was clean with a daily maid service. The Anoi Pub has good food (their steaks are to die for) and has a great ambience, the supermarket was reasonably priced. There is a regular bus service which will take you down to Paphos for just a few euros. The Aphrodite Hills is a quality resort, with good facilities, everywhere is clean, well maintained with manicured gardens and the staff are very helpful and friendly. A couple of extra points - The Secret Valley Golf is only a 15 minute taxi ride and is well worth playing - you can actually walk the course! (the course can be seen from 16th green on Aphrodite). On Aphrodite you have no choice other than to use a buggy - why on one of the holes it's 700 mtrs from green to tee. There are some great holes to compensate having to use a buggy - keep up with play or the course marshalls will be on your back - smile at them and say sorry guv and they'll forgive you once!!! One last point 20 mixed pairs were in our group and everyone enjoyed! Thanks to Fairways Golf HolidaysMore
EHB0523, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Good but Remote
Stayed in one of the apartments on the resort. The apartment was very well equipped and clean, however it was a 10 minute walk to the resorts main facilities. The resorts restaurants were varied in quality, but the Anoi pub was certainly our favourite with good selection and excellent service. The Italian restaurant was also very good however the service was a bit hit and miss. The local restaurant I found to be poor quality and the Asian restaurant was okay but very expensive. The hotel restaurants were good without being outstanding. The golf course was excellent and worth the expense, some amazing holes. The staff at the club were excellent as was the food. The spa was also excellent, again expensive but worth every penny, great facilities. The supermarket on site was well stocked but we found it very expensive, if you are there for any length of time, there is a supermarket about a 10 minute drive away, much cheaper. It is essential to hire a car. Paphos is easy to get to and although some parts of Paphos are a bit shabby, there are some good restaurants on the front. There is excellent horse-riding on the resort, the family who run it were very friendly and welcoming. Also the water park on the way to Limassol is worth a visit. We were there in August and it was very busy which may explain some of the average service. In summary, a good resort with generally good food, good accommodation, a great golf course, fantastic spa and mostly good service. The main problem is the remoteness but a car takes care of that.More
Excellent for a late break
Just returned from an end of season break. stayed in villa J005 which is the nearest one to the Golf Club House, right on the practice green. Early November is just out of season and the resort was relatively deserted and many of the on-site restaurants were closed. However, don't let that put you off as this is an excellent time of year for late sun and quiet surroundings. The villa was small but perfectly formed. Everything worked and the place was clean with a weekly maid service. Being so close to the golf course, we were disturbed briefly on just two occasions at about 6.00am by the ground staff mowing or rolling the greens, could not see as it was still dark, but I guess you have to do these things when you have a golf course to maintain, so next time take earplugs and keep the window closed! It is a very large sprawling golf course surrounded by villas arranged in "village groups". We managed several daily walks around the course and were only told off once by a grumpy golfer for being on the buggy track. The Anoi tavern has good food and ambience, the supermarket was reasonably priced for the bread and milk. As for the area, it is remote so a car is essential if you want to go off resort although there is a regular bus service which will take you down to Limersol or up to Paphos for just a few euros if you really don't want to drive. In summary I would say that Aphrodite Hills is a quality resort, with good facilities, everywhere is clean, well maintained with manicured gardens. It is probably quite pricey in the high season but is a gem out of season.More
Clack52, Newton Aycliffe, United Kingdom
As always, brilliant
This was our sixth visit and we go there in the late autumn to get some guaranteed sun and lovely service. We are very familiar with the layout of the property which is beautifully landscaped with views to the sea and up into the foothills of the Troodos mountains. The Club Room is just brilliant with excellent snacks at tea time and in the evening plus a super breakfast served on the patio so that you can enjoy the early morning sunshine. The Club Room staff are just what you want on a relaxing break-friendly, very willing to help and efficient if anything needs doing. We shall be back next year. Thank you also to the lovely Guest relations team.More
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