Kefalonitis Apartments  

The Kefalonitis Apartments are friendly, informal and family-run, plus they've got a great location.

The Kefalonitis Apartments are located close to some of Paphos’ most ancient sights. You’re also just across the road from the nearest bars and within easy reach of the old town and harbour.

Stone paths twist and turn between lemon-yellow buildings, which house a selection of studios and apartments. The pool sits outside, along with an al fresco bar and children’s zone.

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Based On 578 reviews


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    A Class
  • 13Buildings
  • 3Floors
  • Lifts: There aren't any lifts at this hotel.

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Honeymooners receive free local sparkling wine and fruit on arrival.

Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Self Catering

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Outdoor pool

The pool is surrounded by a terrace dotted with sunbeds and parasols, plus the children's section is just off the pool and has a mushroom waterfall for kids to dash through.

Lobby bar

You'll find the bar just off reception with morning, afternoon and evening snacks and drinks from 8am to 11pm. There's also a large TV you can watch.

Pool bar

If you're in the mood for some food but only fancy something light, then at the bar you can enjoy snacks and drinks from 8am to 6pm.

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studio with garden view and balcony

These light and airy garden-view studios are simply furnished with all your holiday needs. You’ll have room for 3 with 1 sofa bed in the twin bedroom. There’s a balcony which is perfect for that bit of space outside. Plus you’ll have a TV, kitchenette with 2 rings and air-conditioning available from May to October.

1 bedroom apartment with garden view and balcony

These garden-view 1 bedroom apartments are a good base for exploring. There’s room for up to 4 with 2 extra beds in the twin bedroom. If you go through the french doors, you’ll find a balcony which is ideal for that extra bit of space outside. You’ll have a TV, lounge and kitchenette. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.

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Best Hotel to Stay

We love this hotel stayed here many times and will continue to keep going.Nicos and Maria do there very best to keep every body happy and keep the place perfect.Rooms are kept excellent bye the housekeepers and apartments are very big.All staff are excellant food in resterant was very good. Thanks again to you all for a great stay.More

ChristineJohn1923,

Nice relaxing week

We stayed at the Kefalonitis between 21st and 28th July 2016 actually arriving early hours of 22nd July) to be met by Ted after our outbound flight was delayed 2hrs at Gatwick. Ted showed to us to our room quickly and it was dark on arrival. Room Stayed in Room 903 in Block I - which was a self-catering studio/apartment with kitchen area, two beds pushed together and a sofa bed – the room itself was a very good size and we were never tripping over ourselves or cases at any time. First surprise was the sockets are all 3 pin plug as per UK spec so no adaptors needed. The room itself had modern furniture albeit not our taste as it was dark and was clean on arrival. Maid service was in most days except Sunday and the final day and sheets changed after three days and towels daily if you left them in the bathroom – The kitchen area had a fridge, small cooker and all cutlery provided however we never used it as always ate out. Air con is free and good but hard to regulate to get the right temperature at night Safe is 10 Euro per week plus 10 Euro refundable deposit. Breakfast/Snack Bar As many have said it is full English with a choice of tea/coffee or a juice or just toast – I found the English really good and you could alter it for Egg on toast if required - just ask the friendly staff team. Snacks are fine for a light lunch and the salads are superb. Reasonably priced and drink is not expensive although the Euro rate is quite low over there unless in Pafos town and you will get 1.17 to the £. The only area you can really get a good free Wi-Fi signal should you need it. Staff Excellent – day team included Emma (she is also a tattooist locally so if you want one then see her) , one of the friendliest people you could meet working along with Anna and the chef Monika – poor Monika cooking in that heat. Dee works the bar in the evening and is equally friendly and helpful and along with Ted make a great team. Pool /Sunbeds Quite possibly the warmest pool we have ever been in – just like a bath and I guess adequate although it can get busy in there as it’s so hot you have to get in it to try to cool off – could possibly do with being a tad larger but you would lose sunbed space. There are plenty of beds to go around and first morning went down at 8 ish to find three in a decent spot but as the week went on more and more people decided to get up at the crack of dawn and reserve beds without coming back until later in the morning or lunchtime - it is my biggest gripe how selfish people can be that do this – if you get up stay up or don’t put your towels down. Area At present it is advisable to know that there is a lot of roadworks in the area which are not due to finish until next year - this does spoil the surrounding area and is clearly affecting some business but it wasn’t too intrusive into your day or night - just be aware. There are lots of eating places nearby and we didn’t have a bad meal in the week we were there. Prices varied from 40 to 80 Euro’s with drinks for three of us. The harbour area is nice as is Coral Bay for more typical resort atmosphere. Trips We did the surf and turf trip with Thomson – quite expensive but must admit it was a great day out in the hills and on a boat with lunch included – well worth it. Conclusion The Hotel is appropriate as a three star and you get what you pay for and it is value for money. We had a great holiday and Cyprus and its people are fantastic, food is good and reasonably priced, but beware it is very hot and quite possibly the most fierce Sun we have experienced and we have travelled. Cyprus is great but probably wouldn’t go to Paphos again for a while as there are many other places to see.More

SJERushden, 504027

Family holiday

Such a friendly relaxed pool and bar area. Brilliant with smaller children who don't need the water parks for entertainment. No fights for sun loungers with plenty to go round. Far more chilled than the big all inclusive hotels. Apartments are clean and roomy. I'd recommend and would definitely return in future. More

sosteph1980, 186333

Very Good budget hotel

The hotel is situated near the Tomb of the Kings Road, which is very handy for buses to either the harbour or to Coral Beach, (only 1,5 euros during the day) We had read reviews before so were prepared for the many road works in the surrounding area due to preparations for being a city of culture next year. This didn't really effect us at all when in the hotel, although a shame for some of the restaurants near the hotel along the main road, as didn't help entice customers in, with holes and rubble everywhere. Don't be put off by this though, (we felt quite bad for some of the restaurant owners who have been dealing with this mess for many months!) as there are some lovely places to eat and drink, with great food and very friendly owners. Loved the Laterna restaurant and San Marino, with great Cypriot food and the Kings Road for drinks at the end of the evening with their singers/cabaret most nights. We were in room 612, up one flight of stairs and over looking the volley ball pitch with the mountains in the distance. For us this was the perfect room, very quiet away from the pool area, the balcony didn't get much sun, only a little in the evening, but it was so hot during the day it was a blessing not to get any more sun!! So the rooms didn't heat up as much. The air conditioning in the room was quiet and worked well (could only have either air con in the bedroom or in the main kitchen/lounge area, not at the same time) The kitchen was ideal for us as a couple, everything you need to cook, a hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster, plenty of cutlery, crockery, utensils etc. TV was in the lounge area with a couple of sofas and table and chairs. Good size bedroom, bed was extremely comfortable. Plenty of wardrobe space/drawers for a 2 week stay. Rooms were kept beautifully clean and tidy. Be careful of the communal corridor areas though, when they are cleaned and wet (not signed) they are very slippy and I slipped straight over on my back. Told reception and they kindly got some ice for my swollen wrist, although surprisingly was never checked on again and no details taken. The ladies on the desk were polite enough, (although the male owner was a little curt at times) Ted the Scottish gentleman who was on the desk in the evenings was lovely and friendly and Anna who worked the pool bar/cafe during the daytimes is a real credit to the hotel. Lovely lady, friendly and always working super hard. Deanna who also worked the bar in the evening was very sweet as well. Prices of drinks around pool were roughly 3.5 euro a pint, water 1 euro, soft drinks 2 euro approx. We didn't really eat during the day in the pool café, but prices on the menu looked reasonable with a variety of food choice. Quite a few people always in the bar in the evening and was a lovely relaxed and friendly environment, we chatted to a few people and found that there were quite a few that return to this hotel, time and time again, so that's always a good sign! Pool area was very clean, plenty of sun loungers when we were there (last week of June and first week of July) although was getting busier in the last 3 days before we left, but could still find a lounger just, even when arriving later in the day around the pool. Nearest beach in walking distance, small and pebbly and hard to get into the sea to swim due to pebbles and seaweed, but only 10 mins walk away. Coral bay easy to get to by bus. Sandy with sun loungers to hire for about 7.5 euros for both. Although beaches in this area perhaps not quite as good as you get in some other European resorts, but still worth a visit. Harbour area lovely, would recommend a visit there, The Moorings was a favourite restaurant of ours, and also plenty of bars to sit in of an evening and watch the world go by. The Mall was in walking distance, makes a nice little shopping trip out. We would recommend the supermarket there in the Mall as opposed to going to Lidl (in the other direction) There was much more choice and it was cheaper. All in all we found this hotel very good value for money, it was well situated in Paphos, clean and comfortable, nice pool with good local transport services near by and plenty of restaurants near if you decide you didn't want to cook. Would recommend.More

klllee, 784071

Another Fab time at the KEF!

I'd like to say that this visit was better than the last 12 ... BUT Perfection does not get any better! The Owner and all of his staff are superb and will go to great lengths to make your stay so special! What more can I say..... see you again soon, we have already booked!!More

Nicky T, 954029

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Just so you know, there is only one lift at the hotel, offering access to the indoor pool. No rooms are accessible by lift.

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Kefalonitis Apartments
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