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.
Food & Drink
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.
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.
The double room with limited sea view comes with a double bed and a foldaway bed. Your room will also include a balcony for that extra outdoor space. air-conditioning May to October and heating November to April. Your room comes with a mini-fridge* and free Wi-Fi is available.
These superior double rooms come with a balcony and a sea view. Your room will have 1 double bed, a foldaway bed on request, bathrobes, slippers, fruit and wine on arrival and a terrace with cushioned chairs. Your room will also come with air-conditioning, an extra bed and a mini-fridge* . These rooms are available from May-October.
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We had 2 weeks at this Thomson Gold Hotel. Overall the hotel was fine and we had no real complaints.
The room was lovely, beds comfy, tea and coffee, good shower/bath. We had room 427 which was opposite the room maids "stock/store room", therefore it was noisy at times as they did their jobs, cleaning rooms etc.
The air con for cool air was very effective but we couldn't get the heating on.
The food was fine (a bit repetitive after 2 weeks, but any hotel would be the same). There was a good choice at every meal and catered for every choice.
The day time entertainment was typical Thomson Gold, but was made brilliant by Gemma and Kate, they were amazing.
We thought the resident duo "Jinx" were quite good but needed a bit of "umph"!! to their performance. We found them very boring.
Drinks service in the ballroom, where the evening entertainment is, is poor at night. Only one drink per person. So as a couple if you wanted a beer, gin and tonic and a water, you had to wait 15mins for the water as you could only order it after the other 2 drinks had been delivered.
We tended to spend the evenings in the reception lounge which was very comfortable. The service for drinks was very good there. The lady that did the drinks was lovely and very efficient. Although she constantly shouted "Yamas, how are you" all night at the top of her voice. When you wanted to sit and have a quiet evening with a drink it got too much after 14 days.
All the staff are brilliant.
We enjoyed our holiday but this was not the best Thomson Gold we have been on .More
phoebecrump, Yorkshire England
home from home
pauline and I have just returned from our latest visit to the atlantica golden beach hotel, I have titled my review home from home, because that is just how we feel about this hotel and all the people involved with it, last year we had to cancel because the lovely pauline was very poorly, and we missed it so much, we have now been approx. ten times, I know this probably sounds a bit boring, but the whole experience is magical every time, the quality of everything is superb, as you first enter this magnificent, clean, comfortable, happy hotel, and meet the reception staff you are transported into another world, where the problems of every day life are totally forgotten and from there on it just gets better and better.
there is always something to do, wether its swimming, sunbathing, working out in the gym, or taking part in all the numerous activities with the whacky thomson reps, (lovely, cheeky, girls), this is a hotel where people take the effort to dress, not suit and tie, but nice casual in the evening for dinner which is buffet style, with an incredible assortment of all foods to satisfy everyone, and lots of sumptuous cheeses and deserts for after, then on to the auditorium for the evenings entertainment, I could go on, but, I will just say, thankyou to the atlantica golden beach hotel and everyone involved in the running of it for making our lives that much better.More
Wonderful Holiday all round
We visited in late September and had a wonderful holiday. We wanted a relaxing time and this is exactly what we had. The food was fine although we do like to eat in Paphos as we love the atmosphere. Our room was on the ground floor facing the pool and although I wasn't sure at first I loved it and when we return I will ask for one of these rooms again. When we booked we were on half board but upgraded to all inclusive on arrival and I believe it was much cheaper this way; so if it is not a big issue for you then I would wait until you arrive. We have visited Cyprus on many occasions and as older holiday makers we prefer the Paphos area to others. Do not miss a trip to the mountains, we always take a trip there and love it. A swim in Coral bay at around 6pm is wonderful; you have the beach more or less to yourselves. You cant beat Cyprus for a holiday.More
Karen C, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Lovely hotel and brilliant staff
Just returned from Atlantica Golden Beach. Can confirm what others have stated - this is a very well run hotel with
great food and staff. It is very clean and well looked after. Although it is out of Paphos a very reliable bus service
runs every 15 minutes from outside the hotel. We enjoyed are holiday very much and will go again.More
Elaine145, Wigston, United Kingdom
Return To Atlantica Golden Beach Hotel
After an eight year gap, we returned to AGB for a little winter sunshine on a late deal with Thomson from 11th to 18th November and were not disappointed.
A thirty minute coach trip through Paphos took us to the Hotel. We were met by a Manager and taken to a conference room for a Hotel Induction and issue of room keys. Tea/Coffee/Soft Drinks plus cake and biscuits were also available. Probably because of our late booking we were allocated a side room on ground floor (122).
There was a "partial Sea View" with balcony but mainly looked out onto barren ground. However, this did not detract from our holiday. The room itself was fairly compact but looked to have been recently upgraded. Again was adequate with two single beds together, plenty of clothes storage space in new cupboard and drawers. There is also Tea/coffee making facilities, fridge and safe (cost to use). Toilet/Bath/Shower room had also been renewed but was also compact. Our room maid kept things tidy and replaced towels daily and bedding twice. Toiletries were only replaced every two days.
The Hotel itself is on four floors, with a large reception area which has plenty of sofas and seats to have quiet time. There is also a balcony from this area to sit in the afternoon sunshine. The main bar is situated at one end of the reception and has very comfortable seating. Stairs lead down to the restaurant and entertainment lounge and out to the pool.
The pool is freeform with whirlpool effect and jacuzzi and at this time of year quite cold, although there were some brave souls. There is limited space around the pool for sunbeds and as usual these are "claimed" very early in the morning, though admittedly are never left "vacant" for long periods. There are then plenty of other sunbed areas on grass sloped areas looking out to sea. A short walk takes you down to the rocky beach where there are more sunbeds around a small cove. Here is where there is also the "Taverna" that serves lunch in summer season (closed when we were there for refurbishment). However, the Pool Bar was open throughout and the Bar Staff ensured that everyone was served with refreshments very quickly and remembered your order at various times of the day.
The Restaurant had both indoor and outdoor areas for dining. Breakfast was freeform in taking whichever table, though at Lunch and Dinner you were greeted at main door by the cheery Maitre with a "Kalispe'ra" and then led to your table.
Breakfast menu was all that is expected from Continental to Full with Omlette/Pancakes freshly made.
The evening menu was varied every night and dependant on your tastes had enough to keep you satisfied. Buffet trays were replaced quickly and in the main was adequately hot. The carvery also had differing cuts each night.
The Entertainment was somewhat disappointing. The Daytime Thomson Team worked very energetically hosting all the usual daytime games and quiz.
However, the evening entertainment was much too much of a similarity.
Starting with "Jinx" song duo for half an hour, then "Secret Sounds" and "Gold Vault" Quiz, "Jinx" again and the main entertainment acts. Unfortunately, apart from first and last nights, this consisted of female solo singers with songs from Musicals/Shows and the "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" ! ! Too much the same which included three sessions from the Thomson Team didn't go down too well with audience. All in their own way were very good but monotony did set in. The first act was Dean Martin Tribute, again good as a one off, whilst the last was a Comedy Magician, who would have been better with a more amenable audience participation.
The Staff were all hard working and very pleasant to talk with.
A very relaxing holiday in sunshine all week when despite what seems like moans we enjoyed our pre winter break and returned tanned and refreshed.
One Postscript, nothing to do with the hotel, is that of Paphos Airport and the chaos there. Surely the Authorities know which days and at what times the airport will be busiest and should surely arrange for adequate staffing, especially with the security climate of the moment.
Arrival had no structure for queuing for Passport Control and almost led to conflict amongst arriving passengers on different flights.
Departure was even worse with queues for check in, queues for Boarding Pass check, queues for Security Control and finally massive queues again for Passport Check. Only half of the desks were open and this led to many people getting stressed over missing their flight. Please address these issues.More