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 live music. Meanwhile, kids rate the pirate ship playground.
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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|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Facilities ► View all
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.
Rooms► View all
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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No way a 4 star
I stayed here with my partner on the 4th of July for 10 days, Firstly, despite the negatives we have to say about this hotel, we still had a very enjoyable holiday as it's what you make it. We arrived at around 10pm local time, we were offered some sandwiches and an apple wrapped up in clingfilm, they didn't look very appetizing so we fed them to the cats. We entered our "side sea view" room and it was rather spacious but extremely dated. We were unaware that the "side sea view" was almost non-existent as it was dark. In regards to the room, the lighting was pretty poor, (especially in the bathroom) I must have cut myself shaving at least 6 times throughout the holiday The pillows were lumpy and you were only allocated 1 each and 1 spare (but with two guests surely there should be two pillows offered). There was no fridge which is pretty ridiculous for a hotel that claims to be 4 star.. and you had to pay extra to use the safe which is a little steep seeing as it's only their staff that are going to be stealing from our belongings. We didn't opt for the safe but we did choose to pay for the wifi for 30 Euros. (all in all my partner and I ended up spending 90 Euros on wifi).. which is just ridiculous. We woke up early the next day to guarantee sunbeds, the pool itself is lovely and was very clean whilst we were there. The sunbeds were very close together and the pool area was quite crowded throughout the day. The drinks were VERY strong and quite cheap tasting therefore we tended to steer away from the alcoholic drinks, even if you ask for very little alcohol it doesn't make much difference. Most of the staff were lovely, a couple of them could have smiled a little more but it is a hard job working very long hours. Veronica at the pool bar and the two animation girls were absolutely lovely. In regards to the food, my partner and I personally found eating in the hotel very mundane and struggled to find anything we actually enjoyed. The food was room temperature, bland and some of it could not even be consumed. The taramasalata and other dips were always very nice but they didn't have the nice bread to go with it, it always seemed to be quite stale tasting, There were a couple of other food items that we enjoyed but the majority of it made us eat out every night. The entertainment was absolutely ridiculous. beyond a joke. I'm still not laughing.More
maxine4444, London, United Kingdom
At first sight you think, 'wow', however you soon realise that you should have said, 'woh'. Rooms were spacious as people have mentioned but beds were awful. It was like sleeping on the floor. The mattress was like rock and the pillows were just as bad. I had to complain about the swimming pool. On two days of my seven day stay, the filtration system was not working properly and you could not see the bottom of the pool. We had a ten month old baby, my granddaughter with us, consequently the condition of the water in the pool troubled us greatly. The hotel was run by a very young staff, or so it seemed. Entertainment fell upon the shoulders of two young ladies who made a valiant effort to keep the guest entertained. I feel that the hotel had long out lived it's better days and was being left to fall in to a state of neglect. Fortunately, the staff were polite and eager to please but for the money that I had paid, particularly with the single supplement, I expected much, much more than this 'tired' hotel had to offer.More
Keith F, Widnes, United Kingdom
We paid Â£85 for a sea view. Our room on 1st floor, furthest from reception, except for one more room. We arrived 23.15hrs, checked-in and made our way to room 135. On a clear day we could see a strip of sea the width of a pencil at arms length and a quarter of a pencil length. The sea was about one mile distance. We unpacked and at 01.30hrs tumbled into bed. Then we discovered that we could not switch off the lights on the furthest wall, and my bedside light would not switch off! I removed the 'electric' card from its slot . After half an hour, we became too hot. So I removed the bulbs in the offending lights and fitted one into my bedside light. Next morning it was all fixed by the hotel person. I purchased a bottle of wine each evening and paid 10Euros cash each time. Fourth evening I was charged with not paying for a bottle two evenings previously. I had paid and my partner will witness me doing so. But I paid again told them I will never buy another from this hotel!! Many people we had spoken to had commented on how this hotel service had declined. On checking out I was presented with a bill for 3.20 euros. We did establish that was not my debt. We discussed these issues with the under-manager, as we waited to leave. He walked past us on a few occasions with head down and said nothing by way of a response. Every day we saw him head down never a smile nor a greeting. He looked totally bored to even be there.... I will never return to this hotel. The Roman Hotel, Paphos, was far more professional and courteous.More
john e, West Sussex, United Kingdom
Just returned from a great relaxing week!!! Everything was good Food was really nice something for everyone! Drinks were nice and the service very good!! Mostly for couples and families . Night time nothing much to do but you can visit all the bars on the strip plenty going on there!! Pool area very good and great music in the adult area The children's pool was excellent !!! Vast grounds but could be utilised with more seating areas!!!! Rooms basic but clean Hotel Really needs a massive refurbishment !!! Beach a 10 minute walk but return journey is a chore really steep incline and really hot hot hot!!!! Don't pay for the wifi it's free in any of the bars just outside the hotel We went to Kleos cocktail bar most nights brilliant drinksMore
venus10_10, Scotland Edinburgh
Stayed here for a week with the wife and thoroughly enjoyed, had a lovely spacious room on the 3rd floor as we asked for, had fantastic views over coral bay and back towards Paphos, the food was lovely despite some of the reviews you read, always something different to eat, pool area and gardens very clean, staff very nice apart from a couple of miserable ones who didn't speak to anyone, One downside is the free WiFi it supposedly has, it isn't free and is charged daily, weekly etc, we would visit here againMore
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