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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Classic holidays designed for adults, with great entertainment
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
- High-calibre hotels
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
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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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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.
Rooms► View all
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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Fantastic, friendly hotel
Arrived to a very nice glass of bubbly and an exceptionally pleasant receptionist. Our bags were takes to our room by a porter, we had upgraded to a superior room with sea view. If you upgrade the cost of your safe, fridge , towels are all included in the cost . On our first night back in our room our bed had been turned down, and a wee sweetie left, this continued for our full 11 nights. Nice touch. Plenty of Sunbeds in the grass area and beach but if you want a Sunbed at the pool you need to get up at 6.30 !!!! Same people every day . Oh dear. We had no problem getting a bed just after 8 each morning. Food in hotel is excellent I don't tend to not bother with puddings but every night there was a crumble and custard and it was fab, closely followed by great cheddar cheese and biscuits Great choice and staff are so friendly. Drinks were served at your Sunbed. In afternoon they would come round with Water Melon and the highlight of the day around 3 pm was the refreshing cold towel that everyone was given it was heaven as the temp were very very hot . Entertainment was excellent with the Thomson team being the most friendly and talented we have seen in any Thomson hotel. You can sit outside in the evening and watch the entertainment or go up to the piano bar where there is Cypriot dancing etc. The Piano bar was beautifully furnished very modern. Afternoon tea was served here and it was delicious, beautiful mini cakes that were fab . A visit into Pathos is a must . If you want to hire a car it's much easier as they drive on the same side of the road as here. No travel plugs needed either as all square pin. Will we return indeed we will. Loved Cyprus and the people. Very friendly .More
Our 1st Thomson Gold & can recommend it!
Cyprus virgins & also our 1st Thomson Gold experience staying at Atlantica Golden Beach Hotel 15 min bus drive from Paphos. Not disappointed at all, clear to see why it has won so many awards! My husbands contribution:absolutely ace! Staff always pleasant & helpful from cleaners, bar/waiters, kitchen staff & chefs, reception to entertainment team & all management team who guests were introduced to on Managers Cocktail evening! This was a nice touch & very informal too. Enjoyed Cyprus night down at the tavern with mezzes, music & dancing. Hotel spotless, food varied, plentiful & hot. Saw some very good acts flown in from the UK, a very good comedian /impersonator, Motown singer but hotel team were all very good singers too. Not a great fan of Jinx myself but lots seem to. Lots of daily activities for all but as we wouldn't get up at 5.30-6am to sit on a sunbed around the pool area we didn't join in but stayed down by the sea on a grassy terrace with a lovely breeze. It was great to see & join locals in the small cove where it was safe to snorkel & swim or just simply cool off. My bugbear was that everyone around the pool or on the upper grass terraces were supplied with cold towels & water melon & corn on the cob. I approached the rep but felt my concern was not dealt with & I was never given any feedback which I expected. I took this to Mr Constantinos who just shrugged his shoulders & said they do not provide to the sea area even though it's only a few hundred more yards & we have paid the same money as everyone else. On our last day we spoke to the young manager extolling our praises of how everyone had worked hard to give us a fabulous holiday & had no complaints. I then discussed my issues with him & he told me they had probably run out before they got down to us. I suggest if that is the case they alternate, beginning at the pool area one day & the sea grassy area the next. The bar staff were always fabulous, hardworking, cheery & friendly & with terrific memories of orders & room numbers, loved Nicoletta, Evelyn, Catalin (trainee). We enjoyed dancing & singing with Demetrius the bazooka player. Hotel is in a quiet area with not a lot of walks around but a bus across the road takes you into the more lively Paphos town with harbour & lovely esplanade to walk along & shops, bars & restaurants a plenty for â¬1.50 up to 11pm & â¬2.50 after that. Weather hit a top temperature of 44.2*C & was scorching with temps of mid 30s early morning & evenings too. We would return again to this hotel, joining the many returnees & also recommend to others.More
Gold-Not as we know it
? My wife and I stayed in the AGB for 2 weeks from July 8-22. First of all, explaining my title. It says in the brochure that the hotel is exclusive to Thomson UK, but on our 2nd week the hotel seemed to be mostly full of Russians.The rep told us very lamely, that they were only there for that week as that was their holiday time in Russia, but why advertise it as uk only. Accommodation was very satisfactory. The room was very clean and I could find no fault with it. The only minor grumble I had, was the price of the room safe which was 36euros for the fortnight. Next the pool area, the pool was really nice, built like a beach, where you walk in shallow and then gets deeper.It was surrounded by rocks on 3 sides. For those of you who are used to quiet gold holidays, forget it. There was a lot of ball playing in the pool, I'd often see a ball skimming past my head. If you have a favourite bed you want to use, then be prepared to be down the pool by 5.30, as some people were doing, where they promptly laid down, put a towel over their heads, and went back to sleep. Dining-The food was very nice, always hot, and with plenty of variety. I was told that the AGB had taken over from the Camp de Mar, in Majorca as the best gold hotel for food, but having visited both in the last year, I would say that Camp de Mar was the better. The only gripe I had with the restaurant was the fact you had to wait to be seated at your table, which I dont mind, but found that the managers George and Nicos were very slow in seating you, they would stop to talk to people, or pop into the kitchen, while leaving you waiting. Once we found ourselves in a queue of 20 people, surely we were adult enough to find our own table. Also, if you like salt & pepper with your food, then take a tooth pick with you, as the pots were always clogged, and you could always hear people banging the pots on the table to clear them, a prod with the t/pick would do the trick. We didn't go on any trips, as we did most years ago, so can't comment on them. Lastly I come to the entertainment. I can't praise the team highlyenough which comprised Gemma, Katie, Tim, Kenny & Scott. They worked tirelessly throughout the holiday, and put on some brilliant professional shows, and were always around during the day entertaining us. They were the best team we've seen in a gold hotel. And not forgetting the resident duo of Kellie & Andy, their range of songs were vast. Kellie had a lovely voice, and again I can honestly say they were the best duo we have seen in a gold hotel. All in all, a very nice holiday, we would come back again, but again I would stress that the hotel has lost it's personna of a gold hotel.More
Just returned from our second time at the atlantica golden beach, had a great time, everybody goes out of their way to make you feel welcome. Our room 526 was superb, with sea view, and a very welcome jacuzzi bath! Food was brilliant as well as the entertainment! Will be going again soon. Thank you to all at the AGB for a holiday to remember.More
Lovely hotel - would have rated as a 5, but it's slightly out of the way.
This was our second trip to Paphos, having first visited in April this year and having stayed at the Louis Ledra Beach Hotel. This hotel is lovely, with really nice rooms, food, friendly staff and the evening entertainment was often provided by acts flown out from the UK. There are plenty of loungers on the garden terraces and by the shingle beach, we often went downstairs after 10am and never had a problem, however, if you want to stay directly by the pool, I understand you have to set your alarm clock early!! There is a wide choice of food available at all meals, and the quality is really good. It's also really nice to be in a hotel that actually enforces the dress code of strictly no shorts for evening dinner. The drinks on the all inclusive package are really nice, and this is the first all inclusive that we have been on where the wine is actually served by the bottle, with half bottles also available. The only reason that we haven't rated this as a "5" is because of the actual location of the hotel. On the other side of Paphos, there is a really nice walk along the sea front, past all the hotels, which takes you all the way to the main town and harbour. At this hotel, there aren't any nice beach front walks, and you have to take a bus to get to the harbour or to Coral Bay. Buses are very frequent and cheap, and the stop is directly outside the hotel so this isn't a problem. It's 1.50 euro for a one way trip, or you can buy a day pass for 5 euro. If you are coming home after the buses have stopped, then a taxi to the hotel from the harbour is about 15 euros. If you are happy just to stay at your own hotel and aren't too bothered about having a nice walk on holiday, then this hotel will be perfect for you.More
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