You get a choice of pools at this place. And in the summer months, there’s even a waterpark.
This place has a pair of huge pools. And in the summer months, a waterpark opens up. On the dining front, there’s a buffet restaurant with theme nights including Cypriot, Italian and seafood.
The hotel enjoys a quiet spot just outside central Paphos. There’s a little rocky beach behind the hotel. And it’s a 10-minute bus ride to the harbour, where cafés and tavernas line the water’s edge.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Soft drinks and local alcoholic drinks including beer‚ wine and spirits, until 24.00. Afternoon tea and coffee. Snacks, cakes and local ice-cream.
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There's a trio of slides to try out, and the multi-lane one is great for a race. The waterpark is only open in the summer, from 1st May to 31st October. Just so you know, you will need to be aged 8 and 1.2m tall to ride the slides.
Great for the kids with a climbing frame, waterfalls and slides.
Kids’ Club by Family Life for 3 to 11 year olds, Apr - Oct
Available from April 2017. Designed for 3 to 11-year-olds, our Kids’ Clubs by Family Life offer daytime activities, five times a week. To ensure all activities suit your little and not-so-little ones, we’ve split the Clubs into age groups and tailored the activities for each. Just like in our Family Life resorts, there’s Bamse Club for 3 to 5-year-olds and @611 Club for 6 to 11-year olds, so you and your kids get a taste of the full experience. For your peace of mind, all of our Kids’ Club team are trained to UK standards by TUI, and have undergone relevant checks.
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double room with sea view and balcony
These contemporary double rooms are light and airy, and come with a balcony overlooking the ocean. They have a sofa-bed incase you need to sleep an extra person. Inside, you'll find Wi-Fi*, air-conditioning, and satellite TV included. Tea and coffee facilities are available from May 2017.
double room with balcony
These contemporary double rooms are light and airy, and come with a balcony. They have a sofa-bed incase you need to sleep an extra person. And you'll also find Wi-Fi*, air-conditioning, and satellite TV included. Tea and coffee facilities are available from May 2017.
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Ok not bad
Visited here for my birthday. Didnt think hotel was anything special really, ended up going out for tea every night after 3rd day. Entertainment was ok, but finished early so went to Felix bar which was ace but outside hotel. 10 euros for two double drinks, all inclusive in hotel but was bored. More
Our stay in Paphos at the Louis Paethon Beach the whole shebang
The hotel - highly efficient staff made the check in really easy and throughout the week we were there all staff were incredibly helpful and efficient at their roles whether it was the front of house team, room cleaning teams, bar service teams or restaurant teams, there is a lot some of the hotels in the UK could learn from this company. The hotel is well laid out and easy to navigate for anyone... The rooms were clean and tidy The food in the restaurant was unbelievably good especially when one considers the sheer numbers of guests staying at this time of year (February) If you have food allergies then these were catered for. All in all a gem and without a doubt I would recommend to family and friends, we will be going back..More
Absolutely Amazing ! ! !
What a Hotel ! from arrival to departure we were met with friendly , courteous , smiling staff , and a welcome drink with cakes .We initially didn't like our room only because it was a long walk to the Atrium area of the Hotel . No problem ! Reception Staff offered us 3 rooms to look at even though they had just checked in numerous arrivals from the UK . Paul the security guard (who is English but looks very Cypriot ) escorted us to new room and arranged bags to be transferred . Then down to Restaurant for evening meal . This was so well run by its staff both in service and presentation of the available dishes that we have to say it was by far the best we have ever encountered in all our numerous travels . Proper joints of meat ! ( Lamb , Steak ,Beef, Pork ,Turkey ) all carved and served fresh before your eyes . Every mealtime was a pleasure and as we were there for 2 weeks yes there was repetitiveness but so what ! It was all lovely food . Plenty off area's to relax in all over Hotel both inside and out .We especially liked the Coffee Bar in the huge Atrium area and the waiter service ! If you needed it . Amanation Team were very good and Cheviot Bar downstairs had various entertainment each night .Definitely watch the Hypnotists show Peter Caprini as many laughs there . Hotel rooms were kept spotlessly clean by maids and although it could be said they are slightly dated I must say they were well fitted out and bed was very comfortable . Hired a car from office in Hotel ,very reasonable price and no rip off fees either ! Nice walk to Paphos Harbour , about 40 minutes along coast , but most days spent chilling in Hotel . In conclusion this Hotel at the moment is my Number 1 in the outstanding facts that what the Hotel provided in Staff , service and amenities was in our opinion delivered extremely well and to a very high standard . FIVE stars for everything !More
Winter Break Fantastic Hotel
Arrived at the Louis Phaethon Beach hotel about 11.00pm on the Sunday night to be greeted with a drink in the lobby and shown through to the restaurant for a meal. The checking in was relaxed and efficient. The hotel rooms are clean and tidy. The food is exceptional with a large variety of dishes, the standard is high and was maintained throughout our stay. A credit to all the staff who work so hard. In the evening the bar manager makes cocktails, a long line of glasses right along the bar, they are taken to all the ladies in the bar area, it a nice touch and makes the night special. The hotel is a must for a family holiday, we will be visiting this hotel again. Hopefully soon.More
A bit late reviewing the hotel but this may help people going late in the year. Hotel was booked late and at a competitive price. I will say has been said many times before but I felt I owe it to the hotel and its staff to reinforce the comments. From the moment we entered this hotel to the time we left we received friendly and excellent service from all the staff we came into contact with. The rooms are fine and the pool area and availability of sunbeds and parasols more than adequate at this time of year. This hotel is the last hotel out of Paphos along the coast and doesn't have a beach. The beach to the left towards the airport is not that inviting not having very nice sand or presence. Adult can swim in front of the hotel from rocks but this is not easy and we did see one person coming out with cuts to her leg. However there are two great pools, one designed for children and there is a substantial water park that will provide all children will want in the summer. There are small and safe beaches on the front outside hotels on the way to Paphos that would be fine for swimming. The hotel has two lives out of season it is very popular with couples and I am sure in the summer will be great for families. The pool bar is open for drinks but not food out of season but food is available from the main restaurant virtually all day. The food was good the Chinese at lunch a real hit. The hotel slides from one meal to the next with morning coffee etc, lunch, afternoon bites, dinner and evening snacks. I have not experience this done so well at an AI hotel previously. We didn't do entertainment but it seem very popular after the evening bingo. There was also an afternoon quiz in the bar area. Daytime entertainment was provided and had a good take up. There is a walk of 3 miles to Paphos along the promenade which is flat and walkable for the healthy but as stated by others a bus outside the hotel every half hour for 1 euro works fine one way or the other. Don't miss the archaeological site in Paphos and don't forget to ask for seniors entrance fee, if appropriate. Also the little church to the left is a must for sunsets and is claimed to be 'The Sunset Point of Cyprus'. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel or to return there again.More
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