Hotel St George  


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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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   

All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

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

There's a whirlpool bath and a swim-up bar as well as the sunbeds and parasols.

The Sunset Grill restaurant*

St. George's pool & sea-side lunch restaurant is a beautiful setting for casual al fresco meals. The emphasis is on light Mediterranean cuisine, pastas, meat grills and freshly caught fish from the sea. Children's meals are available, as well as light snacks. Please note that Sunset is an outdoor restaurant and is only open during the day, weather permitting.

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double room with sea view

Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3 people in a double or twin beds and a sofa-bed.

superior double room with sea view

Superior double room with sea view sleeps up to 3 people in a double or twin beds and a sofa-bed.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

A fantastic week at St George!

We've just returned from a fab stay at the St George, hotel is lovely, modern and very clean! We we're celebrating our 5th wedding anniversary so to arrive to champagne in the room was a lovely start to our holiday, not to mention the white robes and slippers for extra comfort! the only niggle was that the air condition wasn't switched on at this time of year so at night you just have to leave the patio doors open with the curtains closed which wasn't too much of an issue. The food and bar service in the hotel was fantastic, especially for us ladies being able to enjoy a sparkling wine in a champagne flute on the AI package :-), but over all drinks were good with good strong measures. We never had one bad meal and always found something we fancied with the AI package, also being able to eat quite healthy at most times. For breakfast and lunch you use the same restaurant, then a different one for dinner which again i think is a nice touch making it feel more special, gents are required to wear trousers, not only for dinner but also in the bar area too. Night entertainment had a few good acts, but also not so good ones so this may be the only niggle I have which improvement could be made. I didn't use the pool as heard it was very cold, however did use the indoor pool one day which is quite small but good to have, I defo recommend a back massage if your into that, not only relaxation but she worked hard into the problem areas, Gym was quite good and enough to get you by whilst on holiday.More

KellyUK186525, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Great Hotel recent renovations

we are on our last day. none of us want to leave its been great here. some parts not open as not full season yet. Very clean newly renovated rooms. good food from buffet . even had a bottle and of champagne for my birthday great staff ☺More


Lovely Hotel

We stayed at the St George Hotel Paphos for a week at the end of March. The food, service and hotel was excellent. My only grip was the red wine was not good, the rose was bearable. That said the cocktails were very good and made to order, not from a machine. The waitress service around the pool was very much appreciated, not sure whether this happens in high season. All the staff were very happy to serve which can be unusual in an All Inclusive hotel. Apparently this is the first season that the hotel has offered all inclusive, we found the food very good in the evenings, a choice of 2 roasts meats carved by the chef, and heaps of choice at the self service buffet. The first evening we felt it was a bit 'cafeteria' as the food is all down a long line, rather than in 3 or 4 'stations'. That said the food was individually cooked and every dish tasted different. There was a choice of freshly cooked vegetables - sweetcorn, carrots, broccoli. A separate children's station. Lovely setting, you can walk along the coast into Paphos. There is a 'man-made' beach, if you have beach shoes then take them as it is stones and rocks. We have stayed at the Queens Bay Hotel just down the road which does have a small but sandy beach but the St George Hotel gets our vote on service. The room was lovely, we didn't upgrade but we could still see the sea from our side view room. We had a fridge and there was a kettle for making tea/coffee, a defo thumbs up from me on this point. We had a massage at the spa which was very good - 9 of out 10 from me for a relaxation massage and a 7 out of 10 from my husband for a therapeutic massage. Special mention to Eva and Ina, the waitresses in the lounge bar in the eveings who were lovely and Georges the waiter in the restaurant who was always smiling. Olympia the entertainment manager who was also lovely even though we didn't join in her activities during the day though we did in the evening. You can get a bus into Paphos from the top of the road for 1.50euro one way. We booked with Teletext holidays - same holiday but £400 for the 2 of us cheaper than Thomson - same service. And Easy Jet was brilliant! I have never seen a plane turn around so quick - we landed 40 minutes early on the way home!More

TJDK, Sussex England

Great hotel

Just returned from the St George, what can i say that hasn't already been said about this hotel. From the minute you walk in you are met by smiling staff who can't do enought for you, the rooms are spotless and furniture is very comfortable. Food is excellent with plenty of varitity and the service you receive from staff is very good. The amenitities are very good lovely indoor pool, gym and spa. Have to say this one of the best hotels I have stayed in and will certainly be returning in the near future. Well done St GeorgeMore

Ray F,

Beautiful Suite but needs technical support!

We reserved a suite for our last night in Paphos. The suite was very contemporary, with TV sets, DVD player, Nespresso coffee machine. No in hotel telephone directory, we own 2 Nespresso machines but this one hid it's on/off switch until their resident technician had to find it for us. But the big challenge was to make the contemporary shower work. No instructions again, so we ended up taking a bath. Later we found out how to turn it on, but too late. Telephoning in house was a real hit and miss issue until someone answered. St George has a lot going for it but needs to improve it's wifi, it died on several occasions when we tried to send/receive emails. Ignoring these issues only develop into frustrations which the hotel doesn't deserve.More

Jin6x, UK

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