Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.
Snacks, Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes and ice-cream.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Flexible dining is also available and can be taken on any 7 nights on a 14 night stay and any 3 nights on a 7 night stay - see price panel for board supplement price per person per night
A fully equipped wellness and fitness centre offering a large range of beauty treatments and massages, as well as a fully-equipped gym, hairdressing salon, steam room, sauna and hot tubs. Only for those over the age of 18 and you'll need to make an appointment.
Offering a buffet and à la carte menu for dinner. The Kionos specialises in local and Mediterranean cuisine, with fresh seasonal choices on the daily changing buffet menus. There's a smart casual dress code here. The à la carte menu has an extra charge.
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On arrival at hotel view from room was the hotel car park as had not chosen to pay extra for sea view. Reception very helpful in letting us move giving us opportunity to see new room before we moved, cost us extra â¬10 each per night but well worth it. Restaurant staff and in particular Nina very polite and helpful, always with a smile. Food really good and hot food always hot. Plenty of choices. Beach area has plenty of shade although beach shoes helpful as area into sea very rocky and slippery. Life guard noticeable by his absence and often found at local beach bar well Away from water areas. Animation team trying their best given circumstances in particular AJ and Jess.
However large group 90 Israeli guests mainly men arrived who basically took over the hotel making the rest of guests feel like second class citizens. At night they took over restaurant downstairs which meant no entertainment could take place whilst they were there. They were very loud with some rude habits. Know some female guests felt intimidated.
Went on trip around some of island which although involved a lot of getting on and off coach was interesting and guide Mary very informative. Boat trips are excellent. Thomson rep around but not that involved with guests. Would go back to Cyprus but afraid not this hotel.More
Carol L, 186311
Overall this is a 3 star hotel. The rooms are a good standard but basic. The food at times wasn't very appealing and the selection of drinks in the all inclusive was not good. Daytime activities are good and the activities team are very good. The Thomson rep was very helpful. We went on a coach trip to see around Cyprus but unfortunately it is not recommended if you have a little one in a pushchair. More time spent on the coach and when you stop the streets are all cobbled, making it difficult to push the baby. Weather was good and plenty of sun beds available. No putting of towels on to reserve is allowed. Overall a nice place yo go.More
Very enjoyable break in a lovely hotel
My wife and I stayed at St George Hotel at the end of May for one week, in a sea view room on the top floor of the hotel. The room was clean and comfy with a small fridge as an added bonus. The hotel is very nice and the staff are all very friendly and helpful, but management seem to go into hiding, whereas it would be nice for them to be more visible and make themselves known. If you are taking the All Inclusive option make sure you are aware of the restrictions with this option prior to visiting the hotel.
If you read the reviews prior to booking and visiting this hotel then you should have no reason for not enjoying your stay.
My only real issue with our stay at the hotel is probably aimed more at more at the tour operator (TUI). When flying from Gatwick you don't arrive at the hotel until just before midnight, so basically you are paying for a day's stay when in fact you don't arrive on that day! To compound this, on your day of departure your return flight is just before midnight but you have to check out of your hotel room by noon, with a coach pick up time of 8:30pm. So what do you do for 8 hours whilst you wait for the coach? What you end up doing is paying 60 euro to be able to extend the check out time from your room to 6pm. So basically it's a double whammy, you pay for a day at the beginning of your holiday that you can't use, and then at the end of your holiday to end up paying to make sure you can actually enjoy your last day, as opposed to sitting inside the hotel twiddling your thumbs for 8 hours! This issue should be addressed by the tour operator and the hotel, especially seeing it's not a cheap holiday and this additional expense really is not acceptable.
That apart, we fully recommend this hotel as long as you know the 'restrictions' in advance of your stay - i.e. read the brochures, reviews and contact the hotel directly if you have any questions.More
Fabulous relaxing holiday
29 May - 12 June - Really loved the customer service at this hotel. The night manager was so helpful when we arrived to find that our booking was missed off the list. He gave us snacks and a drink and organised a temporary room for the night. The error was put right the next morning and we were upgraded for our inconvenience. We also received a phone call later that day checking that we were happy with the room (absolutely!) if everything was OK and was there anything else we needed. Nina and Athena in the restaurant really made us feel welcome and really helped to make our holiday. The room was light and airy with a fab view of the pool area, sea and the famous shipwreck from our bed! The inside service was absolutely excellent, particularly Kim, who remembered what we had ordered from the evening before. The pool bar service and the waiters around the pool and the grassed area could sometimes be chatting to each other rather than serving but generally service was very good and everyone was friendly. One disappointment was that all inclusive guests couldn't get drinks at the beach bar - a pity because it's in a lovely spot.
It's about 10/15 bus ride from Paphos with the bus stops just at the top of the road - really easy to get there. The pool area leads onto a grassed area, that then leads onto an artificial beach area specifically for hotel guests, and there is a man made sea lagoon that's a joy to swim in. There is also a path along the front of the hotel that goes right into Paphos, a lovely walk early in the morning that takes about 1.1/2 hours with a very convenient hotel about 3/4 of the way there to have a cold drink.
We were all inclusive, so breakfast was cereals, cooked breakfast, fruit, yoghurt, pastries, juice. Lunch was soup, hot and cold food, fruit and desserts. Dinner there was a roast, pasta and a variety of other hot meat, fish and veg. There is a large salad bar, soup, cheese and desserts to die for... also several varieties of ice cream. The plates were heated which kept the food hotter for longer. My only negative comment about the food is that sometimes it seems to be a bit random - there's a great selection, but you can end up eating a plate of unrelated items that can feel a bit weird, and on the night there was curry the only rice available was a paella! We had packed lunches on several days when we went on trips. The waiter service in the restaurant is excellent and there is a conservatory type extension to the indoor restaurant that is pure pleasure to eat in when the sun is going down and you can hear the waves on the shore.
There were two weddings while we were there which only added to the pleasure.
The one thing that did let it down a little was the entertainment. Some of the singers in the bar were really not up to standard although a couple were excellent, and the main entertainment other than the dancers fell short of what we are used to. The hypnotist eventually stopped his show as the people who were being hypnotised weren't reacting how he wanted them to. He then proceeded to tell the audience that it was their fault as he couldn't be expected to hypnotise people whose first language wasn't English - he had a bit of a strop really and people started leaving quite quickly.
All in all we had a really fabulous time, both the hotel and the Paphos area are lovely and the people friendly and helpful.More
Wedding & Vacation
Just got back from 2 weeks holiday which included a family wedding. A great vacation with extremely warm weather. The booking was made via Thomsons and is a pretty standard platinum representation.
With the weather warming up, the hotel have relaxed their dinner dress policy and gentlemen can wear dress shorts instead of longs.
The only downside to all inclusive is that the beach bar is not included but all other bars are.
Breakfast does not have tea/coffee waiter service but dinner has waiters for drinks.
As is usual everyone rushes down early doors to reserve the sun beds but there is plenty for everyone.
Need to watch your step when going into the sea as it is quite rocky. However Coral Bay offers a sandy option and is just Euro 1.50 each way on the bus.
A great time was had by all and the vast majority of the hotel staff are extremely helpful and friendly.More