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, Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes and ice-cream.
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.
We had a great stay at the st george hotel the staff are very good and the rooms are very clean .The food was always hot and plenty of choices and you can eat at the pool bar if you don't want to move away from the bar area . We will be coming back this yearMore
Comfortable hotel in a quiet location
Spent a week here on half board for our honeymoon. Greeted in our spacious room with a big comfortable bed and a bottle of bubbly accompanied by a fruit plate. Our balcony overlooked the pool area and out towards the ocean.
The food was pretty basic but was different each night and the happy hour was a staple for pre-meal drinks.
There was a great bus service a short walk from the hotel and enough places to eat out nearby if you wanted to mix things up.More
Stew D, 186525
Amazing trip for our wedding with 42 friends & family
We got married in Cyprus and chose this hotel for the wedding party to stay at, after we flew out sept 2014 for 10 nights and went and looked at ALL the hotels along the coast. We felt for the type of family that we are, working class, likes a holiday, likes to splash out on special occasions, but also likes to feel comfortable in our surroundings, people with or without kids, different generations, the this hotel fitted the criteria that I was looking for. I researched extensively and one thing that I never take a chance on is the food, every review I read was good, so that was another plus. We all begun booking rooms 6-8 months before we flew out, dealing direct with the hotel, we chose to do it this way, as anyone with kids, got a far better deal, they went free & the overall saving against Thomson was 300-400 per couple. They couldn't help you enough and that continued once we arrived. Everyone in my party was over the moon with the hotel. On our tour of the hotel prior to our stay we were shown Around and they had all been refurb to a high standard.
Throughout the day the entertainment team were always trying to get everyone involved in lots of activities, water polo, aerobics, darts, but if you declined they didn't Harrass u. There is ample sun loungers in different parts, by the pool, heading down to the beach, on the beach, it was nice to try the different areas. Towels are provided for the room and for the pool. So save room in your case and don't pack your own!
The pool is a nice size and I know the men of our party loved the swim up pool bar with "en suite man cave" (-:
I know a lot of my guests loved the snack menu around The pool bar at lunch, in particular the burgers. The cocktails and the ice slushy were a fav. The free wi-fi is good, you got a code from reception and could use it on many devices for a set amount of days you were there.
The evening entertainment was ok, TBH with such a large group, we socialised amongst ourselves. I know family with children, said the kids loved the seperate entertainment and disco.
We went All inclusive and I think looking at prices of things this is definitely the way to go. You can spend silly money even on soft drinks.
I think hhe location Is perfect, Paphos harbour or coral bay are about 10 mins, both in opposite directions. We are out a few times, at both of these. Our fav where we went the night after our wedding is fat mamma's, which isn't too far down the road, just too far to walk, but reception calls the cabs for u, well a mini van in our case. It defo worth a visit.
The only 2 things anyone moaned about....
1. The children's slide in baby pool never had water running down it, so kids couldn't slide down properly. It wasn't fixed for the 2 weeks we were there.
2. EVERYONE WAS UNHAPPY ABOUT THIS, NOT JUST THE MALES IN OUR PARTY. ALLMEN HAVE TO WEAR TROUSERS AT DINNER IN MAIN RESTUARANT.
To be honest for the type of hotel it is, everyone felt it was very over the top, all the men, were wearing trousers and then going back to change into shorts.
The trouble is it isn't pointed out clearly when booking. We had people turn up, with nothing but shorts. Smart tailored shorts, with shoes.... But they were refused entry, The managers were saying they could borrow some from lost property. Considering how hot Cyprus is, trousers in that heat, in a hotel that's not a 5star, it's a relaxed family place, the whole trouser issue is pretty pathetic. My husbands best man, ended up having to go to the mall down the road to buy Some, just to wear for dinner, NO OTHER MEAL TIMES, just so he could eat there. I think if they relaxed this rule, then a lot of people, men in particular would be happy. They could say smart shorts, no swimwear and everyone would be happy.
The hotel were very kind in removing everyone's wristband on day of wedding and the. Replacing them free of charge e following day, so it didn't spoil the wedding pics.
They also have an iron room, which I thought was better idea than borrowing from reception if they're all out when you need one.
Overall this is a great hotel, I defo think we made the best choice for us all to stay here. Everyone who flew out to Cyprus for a wedding said everything about it was fantastic. They were all pleased with hotel, which was a worry as some are very picky and I was worried someone would be unhappy, but no one was. It was a great place, good food, great choice of drinks, weather was amazing. The wedding day was far better than I expected, but we chose to not do the usual hotel/beach wedding. We got married in minithis hills monastery in the hills, which is on a golf resort. Check it out if you want to see another side of Cyprus. Views are amazing, and the venue was beautiful. Paphos will know always hold a special place in our hearts, we will return again for sure. I usually like to try new places, but I know when we return to Paphos again, we will defo come back to the st George, this time with our newborn son, who was just a bump at the time of the last visit (-:
Another nice thing was the indoor pool, saunas & spa area. My aunties also got their hair done on the day of wedding in the hair salon that is in the hotel, next to the little shop that sells newspapers, fags, sweets etc.More
Xmas & New Year to Remember
Arrived 23rd Dec, Hot, Hotel is great for couples, have been here before. Met some great people. Never laughed so much all the time we were there until 6th Jan.
Hotel is Clean, Foods good (all sorts every night) Staff could not do enough for us. Drinks by pool waitress service. Room clean and cleaned every day. Reception extremely helpful, and if you go with Thomsons the reps there every day. Entertainment was on occasions a bit naff, but people make the entertainment if encouraged.
Overall, go see for yourself....Very Good for priceMore
Stayed 10nights over the Christmas period
Clean,spacious rooms .outlook from room beautiful onto well kept gardens that were clean and tidy. All staff extremely friendly. Food plentiful hot and varied. We could not have asked for a better stay. Definitely returning again next year. My only regret is letting others know how good the hotel is as they might book it up and we can't get in !More