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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
Both the 2-bedroom villa and 3-bedroom villa have double bedrooms on the 1st floor.
In the 3-bedroom villa.
Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner
Open-plan, leading on to the kitchen, with comfy sofas to chillout on and watch a DVD.
- DVD player
- Outdoor dining area
- Cove Beach Club*
- Pirate Kids' Club*
Per person prices are usually lower for large parties.
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Car hire with Europcar
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It's own little world
We went here with our friends and their little boy. We were situated right near the main club house close to the main shops and restaurants. The resort had everything you really needed and a beach wasn't too far away. We had an issue with our villa but the staff were very helpful and we were able to change tot he one next door. We had a pool but when we arrived it was cold even though we paid for it to be heated. We were compensated appropriately. On arrival at the airport because we weren't hiring a car we had a transfer organised by the resort and it all went very smoothly and a baby seat was in the transfer as promised. We mainly cooked in the villa but when we went out to eat the food was nice. It's not the cheapest place in the world but definitely not the most expensive either. There's quite a lot going on in one place whether you want a very active holiday or not.More
Ben P, Broxbourne, England, United Kingdom
Nice but not great
We rented a apartment in the resort for 2 weeks at the end of August 2012. We had never been to Cyprus which was beautiful, but hot -as we expected. The landscape was spectacular and apartment we stayed in, a two bedroom with a very large patio (almost larger than the apartment) was well kept and stocked and in a complex that was a 5min walk from the main hotel/shops/restaurants of the resort. I would strongly advise that anyone staying in the resort needs to rent a car. The restaurants at the resort were mediocre and overpriced with food that did not impress. The spa was great but expensive - an Espa - and the spa's gym, which you can buy passes for, is ok - nothing special. We took our two kids (7 and 10) and others had raved about the kids club. I am clueless why as it was the least impressive kids club I've ever encountered. Not only were scheduled/advertised events and activities cancelled EVERY time we used it, upsetting my youngest, activities that did take place were below average. There was little to interest my 10 year old who largel occupied himself at the smallish pool near our apartment. He wanted to try water polo and this was held at the hotel pool. Shockingly, an attendant asked him to come out as he wasnt a hotel guest, but staying in the apartments. At aged 10, he was so embarrassed and upset and while the kids club apologised for this attendant's behaviour, the damage was done. ONe would have thought they'd try and make it up to him by a free pass for one of the tennis lessons or football but no, all we got was - "sorry". Everywhere you turn, the resort is trying to charge you extra - from electricity usage (which you have to make a special request to get the cupboard the meter is locked in opened, to note the starting reading, and I suggest you do this), to the kids club, to a 30 minute late check out we asked for. Staff at the hotel are, if not rude, very cold and the pack of offers you receive when you check into the apartments is of minimal use and was delivered a couple of days after we arrived so the deal for a discounted week's gym membership, if you book a spa treatment came too late for us and the spa and reservations didn't care so we missed out.. Stay away from their beach recommendations and the voucher for free water bottle, towel and lounger. The photo looked impressive but must have been taken 20 years ago as the loungers were broken, towels worn and it was the worst, dirty beach I have ever been to. Cyprus is beautiful and we were careful what agent we used to chose the apartment which was well furnished and comfortable apart from the beds which were in need to new mattresses. As we rented a car we used local supermarkets and enjoyed our time together as a family, especially when we werent being taken for a fortune for pretty poor food a the resort's restaurants. This is not a great place for older kids and young teens as many regulars admitted to us. For young kids, particularly those who have never been to a decent kids club or creche, then they'd likely enjoy it. I also think we would enjoy it if we were older, in our 60s perhaps, and at a time of year when it wasnt too hot to enjoy outdoor activities during the day. I would not recommend any features of the resort and I would suggest going out into the surrounding area to eat. There is little to do in terms of siteseeing in the area which also was disappointing but we did enjoy seeing Aphrodite's rock and her fortress and staff at the fortress were very welcoming.More
We booked this resort thru an agent and went in Oct last year and had a fabulous time. Cyprus itself is so beautiful - untouched by the commercialisation that has become a given for so many tourist destinations - at least the area we were in. My advise would be definitely rent a car to really enjoy the beauty of surrounding areas. The resort in itself is self sufficient, we were in a Junior 3 bedroom villa with its own swimming pool and breathtaking views of the mountains. The resort's website provided great rates so its better to book directly than through an agent. Usually we cooked out own breakfast in the fully equipped kitchen but for the last 2 days of our stay went to the Intercon and rued why we didn't do it everyday - kids loved the vast selection and the prices were reasonable with a discount for villa residents. Rest of our meals were on the go and at some really authentic and quaint little tavernas tucked in between towns - one I would like to mention is Thanasis Place - amazing Cypriot Meze, really good food and great value for money. The restaurants at the resort were quite deserted most nights with only a couple of tables occupied, could be coz of the chill in the air in the evening. The kids play area is also quite a nice touch and the kids really had great evenings there. There is a supermarket at the resort which is a bit pricy, but good for emergency purchases.More
Arti50, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
First Class Service
I went to Aphrodite Hills with my wife and 3 month baby girl. The main attraction for me was the golf, which did not disappoint......views and signature holes that will literally leave you speechless with lightning quick breaking greens makes it a challenge for even the very best golfer. The food was excellent, both in quality, quantity as well as value, with loads of bars, bistros, restaurants, coffee shops to choose from......there was even a ice cream parlour!! For me though, the service is what set Aphrodite Hills apart from other 5 and 6 star resorts I've been to. Every single member of staff spoke excellent english, was highly professional, polite and well presented. But they could not do enough for us going way beyond the level of expectation of service that you would assume. I cannot speak highly enough of the staff there who made me feel that they genuinely cared every second of my stay.More
Jono M, Nantwich, United Kingdom
Incredible accommodation available
I stayed on a business trip and therefore was situated in the main hotel, however we were shown to the accommodation in the hills of the grounds and some were breathtaking. There were villa apartments with several bedrooms, a huge garden area and a private pool. It was luxury personified. If you are looking for luxury, this hotel can offer it. Back to the main hotel, the rooms were clean, spacious and mine had an amazing view of the sea (one of my colleagues had a view of the car park....he wasn't as impressed). The hotel offers a bus service to the beach but I wouldn't recommend it as the beach is small and often crowded, and there is only one restaurant there to get food or beverages which limits choice. Saying that the hotel does look after you, providing you with a bottle of water and towel for use on the beach which is nice. The food is good, although there could have been more choice for fresh fruit and juices, as they were not freshly squeezed (sorry I guess this is a little snobby but I expect it from a 5*) Staff are friendly, helpful and efficient. The hotel is beautiful, but the stand out of this hotel is the self catering villas in the hills- they are truly spectacular.More
Kathryn D, London
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