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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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks, Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes and ice-cream.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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
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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.
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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suite with sea view and balcony
Styled in soft pastels, these suites come with a balcony overlooking the Mediterranean. Your suite will include air-conditioning, a sofa bed, TV with English speaking channels, safety deposit box, mini-fridge, espresso machine, iPod docking station, DVD player, bathrobes and slippers.
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.
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A coming back hotel
A very good hotel situated just on the sea front. Excelent views, a large outsight sitting area and beautiful gardens. The rooms are very clean and well taken care off. Breakfast is good and you can choose from a large variety of food. Access to Paphos town is easily made for is very close. Recommented for families with children also.More
Cyprus in November
Stayed for two weeks in November Sizeable hotel. One of the few open this time of year. We were on an All inclusive basis. Weather was good, one day of showers but otherwise able to sit by the pool most days. Shade temperatures about 21/22. In the sun it was hot, but the pool was cold. Evening temperatures about 17/18, Jumper needed. The All Inclusive was good value for money. Wifi , fridge, safe deposit and room tea and coffee were free, and wine and fruit in room on arrival. Rooms were nice and dressing gowns were also a nice touch. (No we didn't bring them home!). Generally hotel well kept with friendly staff. Pool and grounds well kept, no problem with sun beds. Tiny stoney beach, but swimming reasonably safe, but take beach shoes. Breakfast was near the garden and pool area and with enough room to eat al fresco. This we did most mornings. Fresh fruit at breakfast was limited, Fried eggs were cooked while you waited but omelettes were not. I find a good guide at breakfast is the quality of sausage. Here they were just ok. Lunch was also served here, again adequate, selection limited. Beer and wine on tap. Dinner was served in the main restaurant. Good selection of salads and mains. Not much show cooking but carvery meat was good quality. Fish selection not great and not good. The deserts were also limited. The menu on the door of the restaurant did not always reflect what was on offer. The maitre d' explained that it was the summer menu, but did not change it. Bar staff were friendly and cheerful. No problem getting served. All inclusive drinks were fine. Entertainment a bit dire. A (different) Duo most evenings that seemed to be playing for themselves. Sound system not good. The hotel entertainments team appeared to be two people who didn't seem that interested. They did not do enough to publicise what was going on in the executive lounge in the evening, consequently not many turned up. A few bars outside of the hotel. One near the church has music a few evenings a week, worth a visit. Buses are frequent to Pathos and are cheap. One trip that is interesting is Famagusta We had an excellent guide. Not cheap In summery an ok hotel, reasonable food. Not great position as the surrounding area appears to be semi derelict. Nearer Pathos would be our future choice.More
I stayed here in June with a friend for 10 nights, see previous review, so when a bargain week in December came up on the Thomson site I decided to return, this time with my sister. I had upgraded to a pool view room as this is the room type I stayed in last time and I knew that some rooms do not have a great view and I wasn't disappointed. Rooms are very nice and well equipped, with fridge and safe at no extra charge. TV has several english channels which is a bonus especially in the winter months when the days are shorter and the weather not as reliable. It was much quieter at this time of year but the standard of food and entertaintment was as good as back in June although all the outside bars were closed. The bus service into Paphos and to Coral Bay is as frequent as the main season so easy to get out and about although a lot of things are closed at this time of year with the exception of Harbour area and the Kings Mall. The hotel was beautifully decorated for the Christmas period which added to the atmosphere. The well stocked shop in the hotel was open every day and since my visit in June a new deli / cafe has opened a couple of minutes walk away, next to the supermarket on the main road, especially useful in the winter months if you are not all inclusive and want a change of scenery for lunch. The weather was a mixed bag although I understand from fellow guests that it was not as good as previous Decembers. We were there from 14th to 21st December but there was still some sun at times and I would return again for a chill out week at the same time of year if the price was right. I would have returned for a third visit this coming June but sadly prices have increased dramatically for summer 2017. A 10 night break in 2016 was approx Â£625 on half board but the same holiday for June 2017 is around Â£900!! If you get this hotel on a deal then it's worth a visit. It is a fair way from Paphos itself but the regular bus service means it doesn't really matter although if you like a stroll in the evening it might not suit. More
Trans friendly holiday
Wow. Where do I start? Booked in on the 18th December for 3 weeks. Hotel lovely, staff lovely, food more than acceptable. We were all inclusive and drinks were above what I expected for such a great price. (We did book well in advance and I know some people paid a lot more than us for a shorter time ). I l know the weather was rubbish but hey that's nature for you. We still had a few days of sunshine (even got tan lines ha ha). Can't wait to book again. Special thanks to the animation team. It's hard to get people motivated when the weather is not good, still we enjoyed the quizzes(We won 4 out of the six we played nothing repeated ) and evening entertainment. Met some lovely people from all over the world. Thank you St George for a great Christmas and New year. XXX. See you after the refurbishment. More
Darren M, 187049
very good hotel you could not find fault with anything everywhere was spotless the only down side was the weather and very few places open at that time of the year but it was still well worth going would go back but at a different time of yearMore
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