The Aphrodite Hills Villas are part of a collection of luxury villas that are as stylish as the resort of Aphrodite Hills itself.
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. Read more ››
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Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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Breakfast and lunch or dinner from a choice of 3 restaurants.
Open-plan lounge, kitchen and diner
Open-plan, leading on to the kitchen, with comfy sofas to chillout on and watch a DVD.
In the 3-bedroom villa.
Both the 2-bedroom villa and 3-bedroom villa have double bedrooms on the first floor.
- Aphrodite Kids' Club*
- DVD player
- Outdoor dining area
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Not as we hoped
We stayed in a private villa. The villa was lovely with its own pool and was very private. We were a little disappointed as the facilities on the site for a 2yr old were not what we had hoped for. The play area was made of sand, where the many cats could have used for a toilet, it was difficult to walk on in the heat and was not really suitable for going down a slide if you were covered in sand. Also, there were very few play items for a 2yr old. There was no covered swings which we had seen on the website, these were within the creche where we did not want to leave our little one on his own, we prefered to stay and play with him at all times as this was a family holiday. We thought the restaurants were a little pricey as was the onsite shop (approx £2 for 1 tin of baked beans). Aprodite also had a private beach which was reachable by a bus, but as we had a hire car we thought we would make our own way there, however, there was no map available, no signs to guide you, consequently we failed to find the beach. The pavements for walking to the square were overgrown with weeds, and there was some works taking place but we never saw anyone working on them. The staff at the reception were helpful when we needed a sunbrolly for the villa, but we were missing some items from what we were expecting (childs toys and dvds), however we had taken our own, so were ok and did not request them. The villa was cleaned mid week and clean linen and towels provided which was really good. If the play area had been more suitable for small children, then this site would have had a better rating from us, as it is I wouldn't recommend it staying in a private villa. Staying in the hotel may be different and would probably have been a better choice for us.More
After visiting the Aphrodite Hills resort last year we took the decision to rent a villa and return. The experience was no more than we expected with the Villa clean, tidy and well appointed. We breakfasted each morning in the golf club and found this to be a very good option with a wide range of foods for everyone. Evening meals at the village square were first class and the whole family enjoyed every moment.More
Holiday with my 20year old daughter and parents who are in their 70's, I'm 45 and we all had a great time! Stayed in Theseus AB02 which was a lovely ground floor junior apartment with two good sized bedrooms en suit bathrooms small kitchen lounge and dining table. Outside we had a large garden with four sun loungers umbrella outdoor dining table and BBQ. The apartment was very clean comfortable and we all loved it. We never watched the T.V but bear in mind there is no English programmes. You may be able to take DVD's (check this) if you have children. I think my dad missed the news! The pool was a two minute walk away and the village centre about 10-15mins. You may want to consider a car to get around and to stock up the fridge and to get around We used a taxi service to get to the local supermarket which was expensive. There is a bus service which will take you in to Paphos or to Aphrodite rock. We went to Paphos most evenings, it's a lovely lively harbour with lots going on. You can get a bus time table from reception, who are really helpful. I would recommend using the bus. We had a complimentary trip to the private beach. It was not very good and a trip to coral bay maybe more fun As there was nothing for children just sun loungers and a restaurant/bar area. The village centre is fine but expensive. We went in to Paphos where there was a lot more choice. Overall I would recommend this for a family break, if I stayed again I would hire a car and have more of a look around Cyprus but I would definitely stay at this resort again. More
VERY expensive, not suitable for young kids
We stayed here in a luxury two bed apartment in Apollo Heights. The resort is very well kept but don't think you are anywhere near or part of the hotel. You aren't permitted to use the facilities at all (which is quite mean for little kids who can see the gigantic kiddie pool but not use it! ). The children's facilities here are pretty useless, play areas all sunk into sand in full sunlight, the soft play is only for the nursery (€10 per hour and you leave them there) and even the cribs in-room are charged at €5 per day. In the village square you will find a load of rentable kiddie cars and ride ons charged at around €20 for 20 minutes! Everything is expensive on this resort, €9 for a bottle of Coke zero! I would recommend that anyone hire a car but NOT from Leos rentals. We hired from Paphos rentals, they delivered to our apartment, 2 car seats all for €30 a day (compared to €60 onsite!). Beautiful quiet setting and stunning apartments but bring a credit card! More
Fantastic Villa, Fantastic Pool, Fantastic Service... but you need a car
We rented a large 3 bedroom apartment with a full kitchen since we are abig family - mum dad and 5 kids. Great value for money... apartment was super comfortable and fully equiped including dishwasher washing machine and bbq. The pool was clean and beautiful and although it was shared by about 15 apartments we were usually the.only ones there. The whole resort is beautiful and the golf course is amazing. The little shopping center with supermarket restaurants, coffee and ice cream is convenient if a bit expensive. (we did our.shopping at a supermarket down the highway) Staff are helpful... kiddie club was thoroughly enjoyed by our 4 uear old. Only improvements... Make hotel mini water park available to villa renters for a small fee (not 90 euro) and make sports facilities a bit cheaper.More
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