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
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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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

The large outdoor pool is surrounded by a tiled terrace dotted with sunbeds and parasols. With palm trees for shade, there's a whirlpool bath and a swim-up bar.

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 room with limited sea view and balcony

These softly decorated twin rooms come with a balcony that offers some space outside as well as a limited sea view. Your room will also include air-conditioning, a TV and a sofa bed.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »


So glad we came. Our sixth visit and we will be back again soon. Friendly helpful efficient and never pushy. Relaxed atmosphere. Perfect relaxing holiday. Not "too" near Pathos itself but convenient for taxis, busses boats etc if wish and of course car hire.More


Lovely hotel on the edge of the sea with great facilities

I made a late booking and could not secure a room with sea view. The standard of the room was excellent, but the outlook was poor in comparison to the 'sea side'. I wouldn't recommend booking a room without a sea view. My room was described as having a mountain view, but the room looked directly on to waste land with parked cars and a couple of skips. Directly below was the hotel bottle bank. Apart from this the hotel facilities were excellent. Staff were polite, helpful and friendly. Food was above average.More

Philip S, 186411

Not for me

I stayed here for 9 nights at the end of April with my partner. The hotels location isn't ideal if you don't want to hire a car or use the local buses as their isn't much worth seeing in walking distance of the hotel. The hotel it self is well maintained but their is no quality or luxurious feeling to the hotel, For me it felt very corporate and basic and reminded me of a holiday inn back home, The rooms and communal areas for me are just basic and what i would expect as a minimum from any hotel. The gym and Spa facilites are very run down and are need of updating for a hotel of the size and rating. The biggest disappointment for me was the food very average and limited choice meant you was board of the food after 3 days, also the fact that if you were all inclusive you couldnt use the pool bar between 12-3 to order food was unfair considering they was happy to serve the half board guests who were paying for their dinner between these times, Having said that i thought the food served at the pool bar was actually nicer than the food in the resturaunt. The choice of drinks are limited and you have to pay if you want a latte if your all inclusive which i thought was a joke its just a coffee.The pool was clean and well maintained, their is a mini kids pool but its not much bigger than a puddle and their wasn't much to do for kids around the hotel. The hotel does need to review its life guard situation though as during our visit one person nearly drowned in the Sea as he was caught in the current and had to be helped by the animation team and hotel guests and also a small child fell in the pool and if it wasn't for a hotel guest noticing he would have drown, On both occassions no life gaurd was seen until after the event. The entertainment was poor to average at best and rarely started on time. The whole atmosphere of the hotel was aimed towards people of a certain age and lacked energy at times. In summary if your 50 plus not to fussy about your food and just want a chill out break then you will probably enjoy this hotel however if you have kids or like a hotel that has a bit of atmosphere and fun then i would look else where, I will not be returning myself and this is the first hotel i have visited where i have thought the Trip Advisor reviews are well off the mark.More

8phil7, 528785


Loveliest hotel we have stayed at in the last couple of years. Spacious, exceptionally clean, good food, lots of choices. Good entertainment. Rooms are exactly as they look on the online photos. Change of linen and towels no problem. Gymnasium and spa facilities, no extra cost. Very helpful staff, particularly Kate on the front reception desk, nothing was too much trouble. Would definitely stay there again. More

Lesley O,

A very pleasant base for getting around Cyprus.

The hotel is very nicely presented. Food could best be described as plentiful with a wide ranging choice. We chose to upgrade our room. The room was the same size but had a better view. Getting around the area was easy with a bus stop a few hundred yards from the hotel, daily tickets for 5 euro and a very frequent service. No need for a car. We chose half board rather than all inclusive and were content to take advantage of Happy Hour in the evenings. Staff were obliging at all times. All in all a relaxing week visiting archaeological sites, Paphos and lazing in the sun. I wish we had eaten out more oftenMore

david_barnes564, 1644115

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Hotel St George
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 1467 customer reviews
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