The restaurant offers a full buffet at mealtimes and there's a choice of salads and barbecued snacks with lunch and dinner. The garden terrace is open in summer for you to enjoy your meals in the open-air. You can also enjoy themed nights including Greek, Oriental and Mexican.
Superior twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3 with air-conditioning from May-October and heating from November-April. Bathrobes, slippers and extra toiletries are included. Safety deposit box and minifridge at a charge.
Superior twin room sea view sleeps up to 3 with air-conditioning from May-October and heating from November-April. Bathrobes, slippers and extra toiletries are included. Safety deposit box and minifridge at a charge.
yet another visit to this hotel, Lore and Justina the animation team do a superb job, so full of enthusiasm and always smiling, daytime activities varied and the evening entertainment was ok, could do with a couple more live shows, but budgets are tight I guess.
The hotel staff, reception, restaurant, and bar could not be any friendlier, Ivo, Chris Olga (watch out for her measures have to keep saying whoa!!!!) and the team in the bar, Adrian and his team in the restaurant, always smiling and happy to stop and chat, makes a pleasant change to find reception staff with sense of humours, many thanks to all for making this yet another great holiday.
We met many people from last year and year before, so almost a home from home.
I was concerned prior to going with the negative reports, only comment is the food is not as varied as previous years but still fine for us, I wonder sometimes about some peoples expectations, we will defintely be returningMore
Pat F, Eastbourne
4 Star Prices for 2 Star Hotel
If you are used to 4 or 5 star hotels do not go here. If you love bingo and the can-can and karaoke this is the place for you. The food is difficult to make sense of and it is what you try and make of it. The service in the 'canteen' style dining room is appalling. The dining room carpet is shabby and dirty. The crockery is old, stained and chipped and you have to sort through it to find something half decent to eat from. The staff are rude and unfriendly throughout the entire hotel with only a few exceptions. The entertainment girls try their very best but the evenings are very repetitive. There is no library and very few quite areas to sit and relax and the public areas are very sparse in furniture - no luxury here at all. Our bed was very poor and we needed to ask for a mattress topper. There are no tea or coffee making facilities in the rooms so take a travel kettle and also take your own pool towels as there is a charge for hotel pool towels and you really wouldn't want them around you anyway. If you get decent towels in the room it's a good day. We had a sea view room on the first floor, our view was pleasant enough but the noise from the evening entertainment was intrusive even with the patio doors closed and the television on. Listening to bingo being called, endless renditions of the can-can and someone thinking they can sing is very taxing. The row went on until 11.30pm. Perhaps a room on a higher floor would have been better. I don't know. It is not my intention to spoil anyone's holiday but forewarned is forearmed and someone needs to draw attention to this very tired sad hotel.More
Not what we expected
the hotel was definitely not up to 4 star although most of the staff wee friendly. What let it down was the indoor pool and Jacuzzi they were both freezing cold - we were told they are not heated until November, how ridiculous a cold pool maybe, but not the jacuzziMore
Christine R, London, United Kingdom
A great relaxing break
My wife and I have just returned from the Crown Horizon in Coral Bay, Cyprus. Whilst some of the decor is in need or redecoration the friendly hotel staff make up for it. Yes the towels were a bit on the thin side, and the bath tapered away ( but I still fitted in) but dont let that put you off staying here. We met up with several holidays makers ( Pat from Eastbourne, and Peter and Madelaine who have both stayed previously at this hotel before. This said a lot to me. Why return if the hotel is bad. Laura and Justina were two dynamos who never stopped running the animation team. They are both a great team and a great asset to the hotel. We had quite a few laughs at the karaoke evenings. Some of the animation's team equipment really needs updating , but saying that I had a great time watching the archery and joining in the boules and green bowls. What a laugh.I would have no hesitation returning to this hotel next year. Adrian in the restaraunt did a sterling job. Really enjoyed my stay at this hotel.More
Good but could be better
After reading the previous reviews and arriving a little apprehensive I found the reviews were somewhat belittling.Okay the star rating is certainly not four but with a little work and attention it could well be in the future.The rooms were clean and basic although the beds were hard and were cleaned daily by the friendly maids.I had a sea view room which was good but quite noisy at night as it overlooked the bar area which did not go quiet until around midnight so maybe a mountain view would suit those who like a quiet evening.
The restaurant again was clean and the food plentiful although breakfast is repetitive the only downfall were the rude and ignorant members of staff (east europeans) of which only two seemed to know what manners were.Also if you have a cat phobia then look out for the six or so resident cats who although were well looked after did wander around the outside dining and pool area.
The pool area was very clean and tidy and the pool cleaned daily with plenty of sunbeds.
The bar staff,especially Veronica (the Welsh sounding girl who claims she is Polish) were exceptional and only one (another east european) had an attitude problem.
The animation girls were probably the friendliest and hard working of all the staff often working from 9am to around midnight keeping the guests entertained.
However the hotel is in an ideal location as a walk through the gardens brings you out onto the main strip where there are plenty of bars,restaurants and a supermarket.Buses are very regular and stop just up the road heading towards Pafos or just over the road for Coral Bay and Coralia Beach.Fares are E1.50 each way or a day ticket is E5.00.Coral Bay is two stops away but gets very busy so I can recommend Coralia Beach.Stay on the bus until the end and to hire two sunbeds and an umbrella is E6.00 with a shop and toilets within reach.
If wanting to eat out I can recommend the Coral King restaurant next door.More
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