This place has a prime lookout over Coral Bay, so the sea-view bedrooms are worth paying a bit extra for, though pool views are up for grabs, too. Speaking of pools, the outdoor one here is a huge squiggly-shaped number that comes with a kids' section at one end and a swim-up bar at the other. On the food front, meanwhile, there's a buffet restaurant that also does à la carte options and theme nights, like BBQ, Greek and Oriental. And if you want to venture out, you can walk to the beach in 5 minutes and it's less than half that to a pack of restaurants and shops.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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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 refundable deposit.
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 sleeps up to 3 or can be sold as a single. Air-conditioning from May-October and heating from November-April. Safety deposit box and minibar 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 minibar at a charge.
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A Nice all round Hotel
Some times I find it best to review a hotel factor by factor, So I’ll start with the staff, Quick, friendly, assertive, but some can be over confident, Well spoken in English, My room, Well it was cleaned every day I was there, had a nice layout and a good size double bed instead of the normal twin room with the beds pushed together, Although the bed was hard, that was soon sorted with a quick chat at reception who organised a mattress topper which made all the difference, TV Channels where limited but the ability to use the room safe and wi-fi (small charge) was nice, Food was great, There is no way you could not find some thing to eat at this hotel, albeit the breakfast never changes from day to day, the lunch and dinners always have some thing to try, (Tip - Trousers must be worn for dinner GENTS) The All Inclusive, Well worth it if you intend on sitting by the pool and working on that tan for a week or two, plenty of drinks to choose from and you can get food non stop from 7am until 9pm if you work out the restaurant open hours and snack bar hours, Pools, The outside was lush to sun bath next to but way too cold to use but the indoor pool was a luxury 34c most of the time, plus the changing rooms had sauna’s and steam rooms to use, All in all I had a great time and would use this hotel again, Even though the hotel is more on the out skirts of Paphos,More
bambatta, brighton, sussex
We have been to this hotel several times over the years and always in feb half term break with our daughter, this year was as good if not better than ever Rooms: Beds seemed a bit hard but they gave us a topper when we mentoned this and that worked a treat so no complaints sleeping. they were cleaned every day with fresh linen and towels. Food: We couldent fault the food regardless of what others say, there is so much choice and i fail to see how people cant find anything to satisfy them, lovely salads, plenty of hot choices, fresh vegetables and a selection of desserts including jelly and ice-cream every night. Entertainment: We loved the Bingo every night as its always a good laugh and the prize is Euros and most nights was certainly worth winning.. We saw the Greek dancers one night with the balancing act of glasses on their head, very entertaining and thouroghly enjoyable with lots of audience participation. During the day the lovely Laura would rally up people from around the pool and gardens to join in the games, French Bouilles, Archery, Killer Darts, Shuffle board etc, she was brilliant, she has a natural charm about her and made every guest feel special as she remembered everybodys name after one meeting, She was extremley good fun and has made this holiday memorable for us. Staff: Many of the staff have been there for years and you need to break through the exterior as they look miserable but really they are very nice, take the time and make the effort to get to know them and you will see a great bunch of people. Value: We booked all-inclusive and i would recommend you do this as bar prices are quite steep and this is the best value for money package unless you plan on venturing out during the day and evening but we have done all that on previous visits. Its not quite a 4Star i agree with others but neither are the prices..More
Good Winter Holiday
My wife and I have stayed at The Crown Resorts Hotel in Coral Bay near Paphos for the 4th time. We have always enjoyed our holidays here. We usually stay mid January to mid February. We have found it to be clean, with friendly staff, good food and a pleasure to meet friends who like us return every year. We have stayed at other times of the year as well. The restaurant is clean with a variety of food on the menu. All of the hotel staff are very welcoming from the hotel manager to the lady who tidies our room. Other people have commented on the overpriced charges for using the internet and whilst this is true there are plenty of bars and restaurants locally where the internet can be used for free. Of special merit is the Animation Organiser Laura who in our opinion works extremely hard to make all of the guests feel welcome and brings people who would otherwise remain aloof together. She is always happy and friendly. The entertainment in the hotel ranges from Archery, Ping Pong, Shuffle Board and Boule during the day to Bingo (Bongo), quizzes, Karaoke, Dancing and live entertainment in the evening. I would thoroughly recommend a holiday here for value, relaxation and entertainment.More
ken_wilkinson, Camberley, Surrey
Thoroughly enjoyable winter break
We spent 3 weeks at this hotel in Jan/Feb. The first thing to say is that this is not a 4* hotel by English standards. But hey this is Cyprus. The rooms were a decent size. Beds were comfy. We stayed half board and the food was very good and plentiful though it could have been a bit hotter at times and more variety week by week would have been good. The staff were efficient and good fun as long as you made the effort. The hotel was very clean. Minor quibbles: wifi was very expensive as was the safe hire, the pillows and sun loungers both need up dating. There were lots of people staying at the hotel who have been coming back for many years and the majority of people staying were extremely friendly. The hotel is in a lovely location with a bus stop just up the road. As it was January, a lot of bars. restaurants and shops both in Coral Bay and Paphos were closed but the restaurants that were open served delicious food. Worth mentioning Lekanto and Corallo in Coral Bay and Captains on Paphos sea front. Our favourite drinking hole was Kikkos (with free wifi!). The person who deserves a special mention is Lore the animation organiser. She went out of her way in organising the daily and evening entertainment. All events were well attended and were good fun. We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday and would definitely recommend this hotel. We will probably be returning next year possibly for longer. We hired a car and explored a lot of the island something that I would also recommend. We also went for some lovely walks around Coral Bay.More
JPC09, Norwich, United Kingdom
2 day break
Decided to have a couple of days break before we flew home , I don't really like all inc but decided to do it to save any hassle of looking for good restaurants this time of year . The hotel rooms are basic but ok ,the meals were ok drinks at bar were ok , the hotel is well situated if you want to look around . I was annoyed to have to pay €2:50 per day for the safe or €5 for an hour wi-fi which was rubbish , couldn't even open e mails at times ( internet kiosks charge €1/hour) All in all it's what I expected so wasn't too disappointed but I wouldn't like to spend a holiday there.More
Eddie801, Sunderland, United Kingdom
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