Hotel Atlantica Golden Beach  

The Atlantica Golden Beach draws guests back year after year, thanks to its exclusive postcode and great dining scene.

This hotel is hidden among banana trees in a peaceful area of Paphos. It’s shouldered by a pebbly beach, so sea views come as standard throughout the grounds.

Interiors are really elegant. The lobby, for instance, is marble-floored, and comes with chunky pillars and stylish wing chairs.

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  • 1Building
  • 4Floors
  • 186Rooms
  • 3Lifts


Classic holidays designed for adults

  • Geared towards adults
  • Classic entertainment
  • Home-from-home dining
  • Expert service
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Honeymoon Package

Treat yourself to a private taxi transfer, room upgrade - subject to availability, breakfast in bed with sparkling wine, a candlelit dinner on the terrace, sparkling wine, flowers and fruit on arrival, one sauna and massage per stay, and surprise wedding gift - please ask us for prices. This offer is only available in the summer.

Beauty and Wellness Package

Great deals on beauty and wellness packages are available at this hotel. For more details of the fantastic offers and options, see the hotel on our website.

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. One à la carte meal per stay. Picnics for days out.  Unlimited locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.  Snacks and afternoon tea, coffee and biscuits.

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Outdoor pool

Lie back on a sunbed and take in the views of the bay. After a dip in the pool, relax under a parasol at the poolside or on the lawn.

Ambrosia Cypriot and British buffet restaurant

Offering both British favourites and traditional Cypriot cuisine, with the option to dine al fresco. Show cooking is a staple at dinner times, and if you're still feeling peckish afterwards, midnight snacks are available from 11pm 'til 12am. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers in all restaurants. In the winter season, dinner is from 6pm 'til 9pm. Vegetarian options are available too.

Dionysos lounge cocktail bar*

Offering soft drinks, alcohol and cold snacks alongside the occasional piano performance. There's also a patio area, too. Gentleman are required to wear long trousers.

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superior double room with private pool

Superior double room with private pool and sea view sleeps up to 3, with 1 double bed, a foldaway bed on request, bathrobes, slippers, a mini Hi-Fi system, fruit and wine on arrival and a terrace with cushioned chairs. Mini-fridge available on request at a charge. These rooms are available from May-October.

superior double room with sea view

Superior double room with sea view sleeps up to 3, with a double bed, a foldaway bed on request, air-conditioning May to October and heating November to April, bathrobes, slippers, a mini Hi-Fi system, fruit and wine on arrival, upscale furnishings and a balcony with cushioned chairs. Mini-fride available on request at a charge.

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Congratulations on your award Atlantica Golden Beach management. Well deserved. My favourite hotel and we will be returning on 20th May for another fantastic holiday. I trust that the refurbishment is going well and that all my friends on the staff will still be there.More

AlanEd42, Accrington, United Kingdom

award winner

we are glad this hotel got award it is special in every way - nothing to complain about we have been to this hotel 5 times and are booked to go back again this year - looking forward to another great holiday we meet so many people there who have been there year after year - they must be doing something special to keep us coming backMore

ian b,

We'll be back(again)

We were at the AGB in the last week before the winter refurb.and really enjoyed it yet again.our request was granted and we were given 214 which was ideal.We watched the sun beds being put away and we will be back on the 4th of March to see them being brought out again!.This time will be even better-we have got AI for 14p for the week,regulars will know how much this is worthMore

peter1947, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Great stay Great hotel

We stayed here for 2 weeks in August it was a really lovely time, the staff could not do enough for us. the rooms were smart and cleaned everyday. The food was really good even for an all inclusive. We were able to get a sunbed at any time of the day which was very surprising as the hotel was very busy. I can only copy the reviews of other and say the entertainment was very good. You never felt that the hotel was full even in August this is down to the hard work of all the staff from front of house to gardeners. Well done all.More

christine k, Manchester, United Kingdom

Fantastic Holiday

The hotel was right beside the sea. Although the name 'Golden Beach' is a little misleading, there was a very small beach, easy to access, and a grassed area near to it which had plenty of sunloungers and a cheerful young waiter who came round at regular intervals. The people who were All Inclusive tended to be most of his customers, but some on half-board or full-board sometimes purchased hot or cold drinks from him. All the staff we met during the two weeks were very friendly and helpful. If you wanted something, then you just asked at the Reception and they did their best to find it. Before leaving UK I had seen a comment on Trip Advisor that someone had been moved to a different hotel only a week or so before. She said the hotel was closing for the winter. However, that wasn't the case. After we left, the hotel did close down for a couple of months so it could be redecorated and brought back to its excellent standard ready for people to arrive early in the new year. The food was very good. There was always plenty to chose from. There was a good wine list, and we found a couple of red wines that we really enjoyed. We were not All Inclusive, so we had the choice of wines from the whole list. Unlike other hotels, they did not have a 'safe' place to put a half consumed bottle of wine so we could have it the following evening. However, there was no problem with us asking for a cork, and taking the half empty bottle to our room. We then brought it down to the Dining Room the next night and finished it. Most of the All Inclusive people seemed to order a selection of wines, beers and soft drinks, and then left most of them on the table when they went. I suppose that, when things are part of the package, guests might become a little greedy and wasteful! The room was lovely. We were on the top floor, but this hotel is not too high anyway. We had a room facing the sea, and it also looked over the outdoor swimming pool. It wasn't noisy in the evenings, and most people seemed to watch the entertainment in the Ballroom and then go to bed. The A La Carte option was served by waiters, rather than the buffet in the ordinary dining room. The food could easily be compared to that in a top restaurant. The wine list was slightly different from the main dining room, and we found a wine we enjoyed, which we were told had been a recent addition. The next evening we asked for it in the ordinary dining room, and the wine waiter went off to the A La Carte restaurant to get it for us. The bathroom had a jacuzzi and a shower over the bath. Towels were changed as often as you wanted - the usual thing we have come across in other hotels, hang it up if it will do for another day, or leave it in the bath if you want it changing. Additional towels were specifically for sun-bathing or swimming. Ours were blue and white striped, but other guests had yellow ones. They were in our bathroom when we arrived, and we just had to change them at Reception when we needed to. The room had a bottle of wine and a bowl of fruit when we arrived. The maids turned down the bed each night, and left a sweet on the pillow. When we were leaving, they made the towels into swans. A really enjoyable experience. We don't tend to go back and revisit hotels, but this may well be an exception to that rule! The lifts were very easy to get. As there are only four floors in the main part of the hotel, we never had to wait long for a lift, even at busy times when everyone was going to the dining room or coming back from sight-seeing. The local buses are very good for getting into the local town of Paphos. You can buy a ticket to last all day.More

PamMcC2013, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

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