Hotel Crown Resorts Horizon  

This hotel certainly has location on its side. It gets plus points for its pool, too.

This hotel looks out over Coral Bay – you can be on the sandy beach in about 5 minutes. It’s less than half that to a good selection of shops and restaurants.

There’s a big pool with a swim-up bar, a buffet restaurant for mealtimes, and an entertainment line-up that spans sports to magic shows. Meanwhile, kids rate the pirate ship playground.

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  • Official Rating
  • 2Buildings
  • 4Floors
  • 215Rooms
  • 5Lifts

Honeymoon Offer

Honeymooners receive fruit and wine on arrival and a candlelit dinner for two - drinks not included.

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

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Outdoor pool

The large lagoon style pool has sunbeds with parasols on the terrace and plenty of palms to give you that little extra shade. Pool towels are available from reception with a charge.

Swim-up pool bar

For light bites and drinks from the comfort of the pool. Open during the summer, from sunrise to sunset. Subject to weather conditions.

Crown buffet restaurant

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.

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twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 3 with air-conditioning from May-October and heating from November-April. Safety deposit box and minifridge at a charge.

twin room with limited sea view

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3 with air-conditioning from May-October and heating from November-April. Safety deposit box and minifridge at a charge.

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Not suitable for Children

This hotel has everything you could wish for except Tea/coffee facilities in your room and being a Brit the first thing I want when I wake up is a cup of tea. So we bought a kettle for 12Euros from the Cash & Carry supermarket which is a shot walk from the hotel, and bought coffee and powdered milk from same place. Fresh milk we got from the dining room for our tea. The hotel itself was very clean and the maid cleaned the room daily, even on Christmas day, and changed the bedding once a week, which I have no problem with because most people change their beds at home once a week so why do we expect it to be changed daily on holiday! They won't tell you this and we only found out 2 days before leaving, there is a washing machine and dryer in the block opposite the main building. We were there over Christmas and New Year and the entertainment was wonderful. There is a wonderful spa down stairs where you can have your hair and nails and all beauty treatment done. Also a jacuzzi sauna and swimming pool, I have to say though if you are letting your children use the indoor pool then please stay with them, because this is a spa after all and people from outside pay a lot of money to use it. When we were there, there were children running wild and jumping in the jacuzzi the staff were pulling their hair out and had to get a parent to take them out of there. The rooms were very spacious and the bed, well what can I say about the bed, it was BIG, so big it was like the size of a double and single put together. My husband and I are not small people and we had loads of room, but the down side was, it was like sleeping on a slab of concrete, good for people with back problems I would think. The restaurant is buffet style and the food is very good and varied. Unfortunately we had some very unpleasant incidents with children eating the desserts on the buffet table and returning the spoon to the bowl also eating the jelly with their hands. I had to complain to the waiter and he took the desserts away and brought fresh out. if you are only on half board you have to buy your lunch from the bar and if you like chips then fill your boots because they give you tons with just about every meal you order including salad so there is barely room for your sandwich or burger.If you don't like a lot of chips do what we do and one of you get just a sandwich or burger and your partner get the full monty and share, it saves a lot of waste & money. Now for the downside of the hotel. You have to pay for Wi-Fi at 30 Euros per week and the safe costs 38 Euros. Towels for the Sauna or pool is 10 Euros deposit with 2 Euros for laundry. Wi-Fi in the rooms is very poor. Apart from the BBC world news and the odd film every other station was in Greek. There is a zoo about 4 km from the hotel of which I was not impressed. It was dirty and some of the animals looked far from well. We saw a giraffe limping very badly. There were very few animals, we watched this poor lion walk up and down continuously and looked very agitated. The Birds, and there were many of different kinds, flying and non flying, and for the crane which is a flying bird the cage was far too small. We saw an Ostrich with its hind side bare of feathers and we were told by another visitor that it was caused by stress. We had seen enough after an hour and had to leave. The village is just a couple of minutes walk away with plenty of restaurants, Greek, Indian, Chinese, Japanese Italian and British with a couple of bars. It costs 1Euro 20cents to go to Paphos on the bus which runs every 10 minutes and drops you off outside Blazing Saddles bar on the way back which is across the road from the hotel. A word of warning do not use the taxi service, we didn't know about the buses and went to Michael Coral Bay taxi service and they wanted 20Euros to go to Paphos which is only about 15minutes on the bus. Because it was torrential rain the night before we left and we had booked a table at the 'Lekanto' restaurant we hired his taxi to take us and it cost us 8 Euros for a ride that took less than 5 minutes, so do take care and shop around for a taxi. I mentioned the 'Lekanto' Restaurant and it is a lovely place to have an evening meal or even lunch. The staff there are so friendly. One last piece of advice. If you book your holiday on line like us, please make sure you ask if your holiday is covered by the 'Package Holiday Regulations'. This is very important.More

Dawn R, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Another great holiday, had a fab time, staff friendly and very helpfull.

Stayed from 3rd for 10 nights and had another great stay. This is a friendly place with the hard working staff. The rooms are spacious and comfortable we had a mountain view room which was fine. This is value for money on an all inclusive and you can use the indoor pool and gym which is great at this time of the year. You can book into various classes which are on through out the day as part of the package and there are treatments available at an additional charge. I had a fabulous neck and shoulder massage for 15 euros which was on offer during my week stay from the spa all treatments were 50% a bargain. The maids do an amazing job keeping your room clean, towels and bedding changed regularly. The food is fine, lots of choice, plenty of traditional food served with local fresh vegetables which tasted amazing, the salad bar was fresh, tasty and varied, for breakfast an omelette station would be a real treat. The hotel was much busier this year attracting a more younger crowd, which is a good sign, the nightly entertainment should be improved to keep everyone enjoying themselves.More

alison m, Swansea, United Kingdom

Again excellent stay

Our 5th year and visit. Maintaining standards and a very enjoyable stay. Rooms comfortable clean and smart if a little dated for some. Good welcome in the gym/pool. Food as good as ever. And good service and attention in the buffet restaurant from the young mainly East European staff. More

HorrorHols, UK

4 STAR (?) MAYBE !!!

Recent visit (06/01/15). Shouldthink 4starshould include a Bidet and Bathrobes. I feel 3-65 euros per day for tea-making facilities in your room grossly excessive, received a small jug-kettle and ingredients (12 hours after placing my request at Reception, delivered by departing restaurant staff after 10pm , NO PLATE, ,CUP, SAUCER OR TEASPOON ALL THESE ITEMS SHOULD BE INCLUDED, IN MY OPINION, AS A FREE COURTESY SERVICE. Room-safe and mini-fridge fair enough TV had BBC WORLD NEWS AND SKY NEWS as the only english speaking channels surely Satellites do pass this way, this is certainly NOTGOOD ENOUGH! POOLSIDE SNACK BAR CLOSED, due to weather,- FAIR ENOUGH. Inside COCKTAIL BAR HAD 2 TVS 1. MUSIC CHANNEL (SILENT) 2. CYPRIOT/GREEK NEWS (MAINLY CONSTANT PARIS SHOOTINGS/SIEGE ALSO IN GREEK. Not allowed tea or coffee in the Restaurant other than at Breakfast, these had to be PURCHASED separately in the Cocktail Bar. Imagine the congestion! . Saving grace was ANGELA (MERCURY REP) WHO WAS EXEMPLARY THROUGHOUT. Other Hotels in Limassol and Yermosoya don't have problems such as theseMore


lovely holiday

Stayed form christmas eve to 7th jan. What a brilliant holiday! Nice room, great food and fantastic hard working staff who really put the effort in to make my holiday perfect. Will return again probably May. I loved my holiday here. PerfectMore

shorty1954, Southampton, United Kingdom

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