Hotel St George  

The highlights of this seaside hotel are its swim-up bar scene, al fresco dining spaces, and the Roman-style spa*.

St George Hotel is wrapped up inside expansive green gardens, on the edge of Chlorakas’ beach. It’s a small curl of sand and pebble, but it’s protected by a jetty that makes it a great swimming spot.

The bedrooms have recently been refurbished. They’re modern spaces designed with a sleek diamond and jet colour scheme.

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  • 7Floors
  • 255Rooms
  • 4Lifts

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks, Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes and ice-cream.

Full Board

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   

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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SenSpa*

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.

Outdoor pool

There's a whirlpool bath and a swim-up bar as well as the sunbeds and parasols.

Kionos international buffet restaurant

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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twin with limited sea view

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3 people in twin beds and a sofa-bed.

twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 people in twin beds and a sofa-bed.

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Relax and Unwind

This is the 5th time my husband and I have stayed at the St George, and once again we were not disappointed. Although being told at 11:50 the night that we arrived that we couldn't have a drink on AI as it was too late on the terrace bar was not a good start, but we decided we were too tired to make a fuss and went to bed, on another day I certainly would have spoken to the duty manager. The hotel as others have said has been refurbished since our last visit 2 years ago, and this is a positive, from the perspective of the rooms, they are bright and airy. I would say that the outside areas around the pool and in the gardens probably now needs to go through the same process, as the sunbeds and umbrellas are shabby and need replacing. The food in the restaurant is good, with a fair choice even for someone like me who is quite fussy, but happy to eat vegetarian if the meat choice wasn't to my liking. The beach path is good for walking, if a bit unsteady, and the walk to Paphos Harbour for the energetic took about 1:30 mins, but worth the walk - the bus back 1 Euro 50 cents was the standard single fare to anywhere. The Beach Bar is a delightful place to watch the sun go down, and the service in the Music Bar is second to none. We had a great 2 weeks, and left feeling relaxed and refreshed with the slower pace of life. We will definitely be returning again to the St George - it's just that type of placeMore

franber38, Llanelli, United Kingdom

A Decent Hotel

I stayed one night with my wife and our 3 years old girl. Arrived at 16.30. Newly re-furbished. Room was clean and tidy, even though we had to walk to the far end. Hotel is too big. We were on B/B. We had light dinner (snacks) at night. Not something special. Breakfast was very good and staff/waiters were friendly. Indoor pool was cold. Sauna and Jacuzzi were crowded. We could not amend the speed of the a/c fan. Only the temperature. Kids facilities/playgrounds are needed.More

Poullos13, Limassol

very nice but too big

we stayed here for 2 weeks at the end of September beginning of October. Check in was efficient. Our room was large and bright. Spotlessly clean. Only problem we had is that you cannot get the air conditioning any lower than 21 degrees. There is a control panel in the room but this won't allow you to lower it below 21 degrees. On contacting reception we were told that this is controlled centrally by the hotel and is set at lowest 21 degrees. Why put a control panel in the room if you can't adjust it to your own temperature. It was still 28/30 degrees during our visit but wouldn't have wanted to be there in peak summer when temps reached 40 degrees.! Moving on.. Room is bright and spacious. Bed is massive over 6 foot wide firm but very comfortable. We asked to have 2 single quilts as one of us took quilt out and slept just with cover due to air cond not being lower. You can't sleep with window open either as air conditioning goes off. Furnishings were neutral and looked as if had been recently updated. Plenty of storage space both hanging and drawers. Tip for hanging we lifted bar in short hanging and transferred hangers onto long hanging pole. Fridge was good. Safe was free as we were with Thomson. Bathroom was small but sufficient. Lighting was really poor with just 3 ceiling spot lights above sink. no lights on other side of bathroom where bath/shower is. There is also NO fan which is a real necessity in such a small room. An other thing to be mindful of is that once you leave the room the Electricity goes OFF (Except for fridge). We got caught out couple of days after we arrived as both our phones needed charging so left them in the room while we went by the pool. Only to return and find them both still flat. So if you want to charge things up do it while you are in the room or overnight. You get supplied with Toweling Bathrobes and slippers. The pool is excellent. Always clean and we watched the staff clean and test it every day. Tiling round pool is slippery but thats usually the case. Plenty of sunbeds while we were there and we never had a problem getting a bed round the pool but we were there just out of season. There are lots of sunbeds going down towards the beach under palm trees and even sunbeds on area just above beach. Pool bar is nice although poolside service is a little erratic and on some days none existent. Pool Bar toilets are not pleasant if used after lunchtime. Due to the fact that you have to dispose of toilet paper in a bin and not flush. Bins were always full and overflowing in the afternoon. Something maybe the hotel need to pay a little more attention to. Beach Bar was also nice especially when you came out of swimming in the Sea Lagoon created by the Hotel. Sea Lagoon is great and has been created by the hotel by dropping several tonnes of huge rocks creating a sheltered Lagoon. Great for snorkeling and Try Diving. If you want to Try Scuba Diving there is a great Dive School based at the Hotel. Sea Horse Dive Centre is run by a great Lady called Carol and her partner Ray. Entertainment was hit and miss. Mainly miss. Having said that I appreciate it is difficult for hotel to please everyone with such a vast variety of Nationalities to cater to. There are 2 areas of Entertainment. Downstairs outside where you have Breakfast/lunch and upstairs in the Piano Bar. Upstairs was mainly duo's, solo singers. Downstairs was either the animation team or a small group/show. On the one occassion we did like the sound of what was to be on we were put off by staff. Went to Bar to order drink supposedly on All Inclusive list to be told couldn't have that at this Bar if I wanted it I would have to go upstairs and get it from there !!!!!!! Needless to say we didn't stay for the entertainment. Food was good while we were there. Always plenty of choice of both hot and cold. We didn't have to queue at all but hotel didn't seem that busy. Breakfast & Lunch are served in the lower Restaurant and Dinner is in the Level 1 Restaurant. There is an A La Carte part but we didn't try this.. Snacks at Pool Bar were very good. Any Staff we met were polite. On several occasions in the Level 1 Bar we gave up waiting for a Waiter to take our Drink order after 20 minutes and went up to Bar to order ourselves. We did question the REP about this to be told they had been let down by students who hadn't finished the season as they should have done. That being said I'm sympathetic but not really my problem when I go on holiday and expect good service.!! If you choose to go All Inclusive BE WARNED it's not quite how you have been led it would be in the brochure write up. We have stayed at other Thomson All Inclusive hotels and never encountered this before. We went to the Bar on our first evening and picked drinks from the Bar List. We were then asked for payment. When we pointed out that we were all inclusive we were shown a different Bar Drinks Menu and told we could have drinks off that under the AI Scheme. Needless to say that list didn't include what we had ordered. So be WARNED All Inclusive drinks at this hotel are not what they seem. !! There are only 2 main lifts in the hotel so at times there can be quite a wait. Also there are no signs in the lifts to explain what is on level. It takes you a couple of days to work it out. It would be really useful if a sign told you this. The hotel shop is EXCELLENT and prices are very good. The man that runs it is really helpful and always greets you with a smile. Basically the Hotel is very good but just a bit too big and impersonal for our taste. There are regular buses into Paphos and Coral Bay. We walked along the coast path into Paphos Harbour at 5.00 one evening and it took us 1 3/4 hours. We were only strolling but wouldn't want to do it in the middle of the day.More

slobbergob, devon

My favourite hotel!

I've stayed at this hotel on two occasions before my recent visit this October. I have never been let down by this hotel, it's the best hotel I've ever been too, the atmosphere is lovely! This time when I visited with my partner something was different with myself, I have recently been diagnosed with coeliac disease so going abroad was very daunting for me, I wasn't sure how they'd be able to cater for me even though I'd been told the hotel could, we went all inclusive as eating out probably wouldn't be an option for me. I really was blown away by the food they could offer that was gluten free, I pre ordered my evening meal everyday from a separate menu as the food is a buffet. I had something different every night and I never felt worried I was eating something I shouldn't be. The staff even did a little something extra for me by bringing me gluten free bread and desserts after every evening meal! I am so thankful for the way they catered to my needs. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone, but I also highly recommend it for anyone who has dietary requirements, you won't need to worry about anything, they completely put you at ease. I will definitely be staying here for many more years to come, you will never be disappointed. The evening entertainment is always good, starting off with bingo before their main act. They also have a jazz bar which is very classy! I could go on for hours about this hotel! I'm sure people will enjoy their stay as much as I have every time I've visited! More

BGP92,

so disapointing

We arrived at around 10.30pm, after checking in we were told we could go downstairs to the bar and have something to eat and drink. we chose a toasted sandwich and one coke and one tea. the staff at the bar told us we could not have a cooked meal unless we were prepared to pay for it. we explained we had already paid for all Inclusive. I went back to the reception to ask if this was correct? eventually after waiting for nearly forty minutes the food arrived. It looked and tasted as though it had been prepared much earlier. we had paid extra for a sea view, this was truly lovely. The sun beds were taken, I should say reserved not actually used, some unused all day. The soil area around the pool has very little grass, sadly just a giant ash tray. so disappointing. The loungers between the pool and the beach just the same and then finally the beach again sweet wrappers and cigarette end. Such a shame, the areas stunk. The hotel is NOT platinum, more three star. the rooms are nicely decorated, the bathroom had poor water pressure so it took a while to get wet in the shower. Toilet roll holder and mirror both hanging off wall. Not sure if all rooms have such thin walls, ours had a locked interconnecting door on one wall and we could hear the two ladies next door talking in general conversation. Strangely the evening entertainment was not in the actual entertainment lounge but outside on a very small stage. You can't get a cocktail while watching the show outside, you need to go back upstairs and then you are told you can't take your drink outside. Although it is AI we were charged 5 Euros each for afternoon tea. we were amazed but were too embarrassed trying to argue with the waitress so just paid it. Lastly if you drink diet coke beware, it is served out of a pump and as it is fizzy it overflows so they keep an old cup of coke that they half fill your paper cup with, it is disgusting. On one occasion I had a dead insect floating on the top of drink, I showed it to the lady who wears the white t shirt at the pool bar, she tutted at me and poured another doing the same thing with the old coke.. I told her I did not want the old drink, she said something which I did not catch and banged the drink on the bar spilling it, I just walked away. We paid over £2.000 for two adults for one week with a sea view. Such a waste of money.More

pandora269, London, United Kingdom

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