Entering the vast atrium at the entrance to this hotel makes you feel rather small – in the nicest possible way. It’s because it’s so cavernous – shining marble floors and tall white columns stretch way above the open staircases. Almost like pillars on a giant wedding cake.
It’s an impressive introduction and closer acquaintance doesn’t disappoint. The bedrooms, meanwhile, are smart and simple, with neutral-painted walls and polished wooden floors.
Outside, a big spacious swimming pool takes centre-stage. Facing out to sea, it’s got waterfalls and a pool bar you can swim up to. Extensive terraces and lawns provide lots of space for loungers and parasols. You’ve also got the option of an indoor pool. Elsewhere, tennis, squash courts, watersports and a gym ensure there’s always plenty to do. And where relaxation is concerned, the spa here is particularly impressive. The slender columns and mosaic tiles give it an almost Roman feel.
If the hotel has a final trump card, it’s the staff. Ever attentive and friendly, they go out of their way to meet your every need. Not surprising that people keep coming back to the St George.
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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
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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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. What more could you want to help you relax, unwind and enjoy your holiday?
There's a whirlpool bath and a swim-up bar as well as the sunbeds and parasols.
Kionos international buffet restaurant *
Open for dinner, both buffet service and à la carte, the Kionos specialises in local and Mediterranean cuisine and fresh seasonal choices with daily changing buffet menus.
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Just what the doctor ordered
Stayed here 1st week in December with my wife needing a chill-out holiday and that is exactly what we got. Hotel and rooms were spotless, food fantastic with plenty of choice, staff very attentive ( Stella in pool bar and Vassilis in restaurant especially) well worth the extra to book a sea-view room. Would definitely stay here again. Dave+Tracey from Benidorm More
Lovely hotel,shame about the staff !
Just got back from staying at St.George.Must say the hotel is stunning since being nearly decorated in April I think this year.Lovely crisp,clean.The rooms are nice,quite small but clean and really comfy beds, one of the best hotel beds that we have stayed in.The views from the rooms are amazing,we had sea and pool view which was lovely. We stayed on the All Inclusive.The food was really nice,plentiful and loads of different choices. Now the downside............. The staff ! They need to learn how to smile,oh my,it was as if it was an effort to serve you ! If they couldn't be bothered,only doing their job because they had to.This is what let the hotel down.Didn't really make you feel welcome.In dinner it took x3 of the staff to finally bring some drinks,we had to call them over when I think they should come to you when we sit down.Again in the bar area we had to ask the waitress for some drinks they don't believe in asking if you would like anything when walking past you. Would we go back.....No,as we wasn't really made feel welcome,unlike some of the other hotels that we have stayed in.So please manager of St George please can you teach your staff to smile more,it costs nothing a smile and a cheeky little one goes a long way ! X The staff lets this hotel down.More
jojo123016, London, United Kingdom
Cyprus in Novemeber
Went on holiday with my Mum. So lets start I'm 43 Mum is 70. On arrival they gave us some squash which was nice after the long journey and offered to take our cases up but Mum wanted to go up and see the room so we took them ourselves before coming down to dinner. The first people we spoke to complained about how things weren't as good as they used to be food wise. I thought the food was very good, they have a special every night usually a joint of something and the lamb was to die for, usually a speciality vegetarian disk too as well as a special dessery and full buffet. It was my first time in Cyprus, but the food is very fresh and I liked it, I really could not complain about it at all. Waiters come around and take your drinks orders at dinner time and are extremely efficient. We were all inclusive and I thought the service was pretty good. Breakfast was plentiful, bacon was not every day, but two kinds of sausages and bens scrambled egg and well as meats and cheeses porridge cereals and every other type of thing you can imagine . There was also an egg chef who flipped m eggs on request. No complaints, lunch was a smaller selection. Wat we didn't know was that when we got there they had an offer at this time to upgrade to all inclusive drinks and we may have done that an eaten out for lunch if we'd known, might be good to check if thats on going. The pool area was warmer than the beach and the sun goes down by 4pm at this time of year but that made things very relaxing. They have a great spa, prices were reasonable and products used are good, also free use of sauna steam room jacussi and indoor pool. We did the water aerobics, and probably would have done more but didn't go looking for it. The animation team were pleasant without being intrusive. The pool bar is good for tea and biscuits which the pool boy did carry over for us once ordered. I think it would have been good to have him kept by the pool for constant orders, as it would have been nice not to have to move, but he was ery sweet. In the evening they also came and took our drinks orders and they bring them to you, its good service all round. Now for the rooms they are OK and clean I ordered a sea view was a good view. The hotel is not actually on a beach, they have two coves leading to the sea booth are rocky and a grass and raised sandy area overlooking those coves. They do have two lots of steps that we and most other people used to get into the sea which was still warm once in and we enjoyed the swim, but if you're looking for a great beach the nearest is a 5 minute bus ride to Coral Bay which is a sandy beach and not much else. The bus was a few minutes walk from the hotel up a dirt path its there is another way around neither are lit well at night, although the hotel is well lit up, I think they should light the path a little better. Now lets talk entertainment. In the day they do various excersize classes archery, bowls etc which seemed good. But in the evening I think they have it all wrong and their use of space in the hotel is not used productively. Usually you have breakfast downstairs -2 and lunch -1 the one two spaces used for entertainment was really disappointing. The bar on the reception level where they had singers usually 2 of them singing songs that could send anyone to sleep, was beautifully done, the most lively night in that bar was the abba tribute, which was OK, the girls doing it worked hard and were quite fun and professional they were just a little tacky an act for this type of hotel, I recently went to Majorca and saw the 4 tops and Jackson 5 done so well that all of the entertainment here was a let down. I know they have an older crowd, but their not dead yet, they do mostly want to have fun and for those who want quiet they do have a downstairs bar with space and quiet where some decided to play cards as a preferential pass time. Now I personally would have the food all in one restaurant and use the othe space for a really beautiful entertainments room with dance floor and stage, which would hold all their guests, the recpetion level wine Bar, I might look for a really good singer piano player for part of the night then just play music fitting with the bar, vary it a little maybe jazz one night a week. The room they used for the entertainments was small and I got bitten by Mosquitos in it 3 times, the entertainment was local and not professional costumes on the irish dancers were falling apart they didn't zip up and had gaping holes at the back of the costumes which you saw every time they turned around, and after 2 dances it was all much the same ecept one they did which was slower and had atmosphere, the Cypriot dancers were lively considering the corwd they played to however they need more profesional presentation, at one point one of the guy walked around amounting glasses on his head as a balancing act this went on for ages, and if you were drunk it might we a hoot but I think some explanation of why or how they came about just more professional put together would really help them, as they also didn't come accross as pro. They had an Elton John guy who was pro but just looked out of place, and to be honest you really need to put on a whole sho to liven people up. Singing and dancing,cabaret etc, I would use that small room as a room for showing sport with big screens never for entertainment of any other kind. Bingo would have made things more exciting than they were in the evening quite honestly. They played it in some other Spanish holiday I went on and although I thought it was a bit silly we all bought our bingo tickets and played and it was more exciting than the options given here. So for me they should have one restaurant, another entertainments room change the so called entertainments room into a sports room and completely change their program. The hotel is situated not far from the Bus stop , we went to coral bay, and the market, didn't think much of the market but people there were really nice, the Habour is very pretty, go to the Pelican restaurant they have an actual pelican at night that comes out its quite cool. We took a boat ride was OK but didn't see any fish in our glass bottom boat. Our 1st experience of eating out nearly put us off our hotel food was good and whilst trying to find the pelican we ended up next door by mistake and the food was horrid, so beware. Lots of things to do at the harbour it was lovely there. Buses are cheap so don't bother with excursions unless you want to go I thought Thompsons excursions were way overpriced and for a few euros you can get around yourself all day, aparently you can also get a weekly pass at the main bus stop by the harbour but we didn't do this. My Mum said it would have been good to have found something in our rooms telling us about all of the hotels facilities I agree. We also went to the tomb of kings very cheap and worth a visit I thought it was quite cool I could imagine something filming a vampire movie there, the guy even said if you are late leaving you can just leave by the side gate but I don't think I wanted to be there after dark a bit scarey. I liked the Cypriot people and the hotel was siutaed a short bus ride from the harbour, and coral bay if you want to travel around and see things its good. It was still busy at this time of year in the hotel like I said many were return visitors and some said it was not as good as before but as a first time visitor I don't really see what they could have improved apon unless they make the changes I suggested above. They really do need someone to look into their social media marketing and entertainments, I say this due to my one big complaint which was ridiculious. They had advertised that the air con was going to be turned off fair enough, but with the very hot weather it was just stupid, I woke up sweating 3 times during the night on my first two nights, we were scared to open the doors for breeze as one woman did and her legs had swollen to twice the size from the mozzy bites. She and many others complained asking them to put the air con back on but they wouldn't . So let me say now if you don't want to get bitten and you want a good nights sleep make certain they have given you the option of air con before you book, because for £600 a week I don't expect to have the choice of being hot and sweaty or eaten alive. They really should spray the areas too like the entertainments room which wasn't that comfortable either with its red chairs, and by the reception where my first night when I came down for water I could see the mozzies flying around. All in all I believe with few changes minimal investment and some careful entertainments managing this hotel could be a supurb choice and food and staff were generally fantastic. Would I book again no, it was good but not exceptional, mainly due to the fact that I like a beach and the entertainment was bad, it is also a bus ride to anywhere, but its a good hotel with a lot of potential, and my Mum and me had a very relaxing time and drank lots of tea which came with great biscuits and relaxed which was what the doctor ordered. Don't listen to the people who say it used to be better, i've been to many all inclusive hotels and this is some of the best food I've ever had at all AI.More
salsadancer1970, London, United Kingdom
I have recently returned after a week staying in this hotel. A truly beautiful hotel with many lovely features but what a shame about the staff. They are unhelpful and off hand not seeming to care if you enjoy your stay or not. The only hotel I have stayed anywhere in the world where arriving at 7-20pm they demand payment in full before you even step foot in your room. Love Paphos, 4th time I have but will never stay there again.More
tigerface3, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Sitting in the ever impressive lower lobby. I cannot complain about the room-fantástico, staff again helpful and polite. Food, plenty of choice, Lots of it, however I suppose chefs can be a bit límited as they have to cater to all tastes . The smoked Duck breast tonight was lovely, as was the roat lamb. We booked hotel only on half board through thompson and think ITA good value. My only problem is I love cats, theres a few here, and some special ones, I hope the cat welfare dont take them all away, as they arrived today.. surley they have enough to look after....or sell on or get sponsored. !!!!!. Perhaps st George will look down on the cats and the hotel would chip and snip them so they could stay x I would Also like a general tip Box, so all staff woild get a little something, not just front of house. We tras on third visit That you get a bar discount, in room info it says on a 7 or more days, however it seems Your stay has to be a fortnight. Is this a cutback? We are disappointed with people smoking, it whafts over from balconies, and smoking in corridors not Nice. We will return as we like the relaxed feel More
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