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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  • 255Rooms
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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
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.   

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.

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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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Simply Superb.

this year marked our 10th consecutive visit to the hotel we have made many friends during this time, whom we see regularly meet up with. The staff from the room maids to the hotel reception are especially helpful, I must make special mention of Andreas the maître D. the ladies love him, nothing is to much trouble for him, try his specialist meals you will not be disappointed. Fred and Irene. EssexMore

frederick b,

Second visit second home

The hotel is excellent and improves with every visit ,the rooms are of a high standard and are kept to a high standard . The restaurants and bars at the hotel are excellent ,and each bar caters for all tastes in music and entertainment, so always something to suit all tastes.The pool and beach area of the hotel is very pleasant and this year their were more sunbeds around the pool and this has made a dramatic improvement from our previous visit ,the pool and beach bar are open daily and serve a vast array of soft drinks and cocktails and also bar snacks . Daily activity's are available around the pool and beach area from morning to evening. Water sports and diving are available from the hotel and also from Thomson, We recommend Undersea Walkers ,this is a experience you will not forget and is not far from the hotel.More

afmf0109, St Helens, United Kingdom

fourth time here..........

It was the fourth time at this wonderful hotel. We stayed on an "all-inclusive" package and enjoyed it every bit as much as on previous occasions. The staff are friendly and helpful, the hotel is spotlessly clean, and the food is superb, though I think that perhaps two weeks AI is too long as even the best of food palls a bit after a while. Maybe 10 days is the ideal length of stay when on an AI package. One little niggle, and this applies to most hotels and restaurants outside of the UK - why can one never get boiling water for a cup of tea? Hot water in a teapot and a teabag in the saucer ! But, hey, this hotel is great and we will certainly be returning again.More

geoff1938, Preston, England, United Kingdom

Winter break

We have visited this hotel many times before and were not disappointed this time either. The staff are very friendly and helpful, from the maids to the Barr staff to Andreas the Maitre D. The public areas are always spotlessly clean including the toilets. Food is of a high standard and always hot and very fresh. There is always plenty to choose from. It was nice to be recognised as repeat guest by some of the staff and we hope to return next year.More

Elaine E, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

November 2014

We have just returned from a 7 day all inclusive break with Thomson Holidays at the St George Hotel Pathos and a great time was had indeed! Service was found to be very good, the meals were very nice and varied we had breakfast and evening meals there every day but only had lunch on 2 occasions as we are not the sit round the hotel type (paid for or not) on all occasions the food was very good for holiday hotels and I can be a tad fussy!. The drinks on all inclusive menu were very wide ranging and of fair quality. The rooms were of a good size and very clean and well furnished. We had a sea view om Floor 1 which gave a great view of the gardens and the sea, higher levels would imagine give better views but we were happy with ours given we only booked the week before we went! (if you want it quiet ask for a room above the dive center end or away from the lounge bars as the music can travel a bit!. There was n adjoining room door in our room so some talking could be heard from next door but hardly noticeable, probably not as much as they would have heard my snoring (Sorry). Safe in room supplied F.O.C. unlike some places that you have to pay for one. There is a very well equipped gym and a spa offering treatments, we never used it but it looked very nice. The hotel gardens go down through palm trees to a nice little beach protected by a harbour like low wall built of rocks surrounding it. The pool looks great and the bar is open there from about 10am until about 5pm with plenty of sun beds. No pushy reps trying to sell you trips, John from Thomson told you what was on offer very well but was not pushy at all. The entertainment in the evening was fairly good, everyone has their own likes and dislikes. Location is good, midway between Pathos and the lovely beach of Coral Bay with a bus stop for both directions just up the road from the hotel (1.5 Euro single trip or 5 Euro for a day ticket if you like to get about and see area and the locals etc) The number 615 takes you to these locations in both directions. For excursions go to the Pathos bus station and speak to the Ruslan Travel staff, there you will find mostly the same (without meals) as the trips on offer with Thomson so much cheaper. We went on their Pathos Villages trip with our guide Mary who gave us an amazing day out with an intimate feel as the party size was only 8 people for just 25 Euro each. We were picked up and dropped off at our hotel and we went to 'Savvys' 'pottery, a basket makers house, an olive press, a weaving and local craft museum, a rustic but great bar in the hills, and we even have coffee and home made breads and confectionery at Sophias house in a little village in the hills where we were permitted to look round her own typical village home. Thanks for an amazing day out Mary! Had we been there longer we would have gone on a few more trips with Ruslan Travel. If you like shops the Kings Avenue shopping center on the way to Pathos should keep you happy. the market on the hill (Get a number 610 from the bus station) is ok but they can be a bit pushy but you only have to say no thanks, the linen is much cheaper and the same as in town. venture out in the streets and you'll be amazed at the variety of shops you find, from local to designer all scattered about the place. Nice bars with great views by the bus stop when you're done. Al in all Pathos was a great place with average temperatures being around 25 degrees when we were there and only one rainy spell with dramatic thunder and lightning on our last night which itself was worth seeing. and I would return to the St George as they gave us no reason not to and every reason why we would want to.More

N_Cleve, Gosport, United Kingdom

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