Honeymooners receive free fruit and wine on arrival.
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
Buffet breakfast 07.00-10.00, buffet lunch or set menu 12.30-14.30 and buffet dinner 19.00-21.30. 1 visit per guest per week to the à la carte restaurant. Picnic baskets also included. All Inclusive is available right up until departure from the hotel. Late arrivals will receive a welcome pack with cold sandwiches and a bottle of water.
Locally produced alcoholic drinks, soft drinks, tea and coffee 11.00-00.30. Bottled water included during lunch and dinner.
Snacks and ice-cream at set times. Afternoon cakes and biscuits.
Romios Deck Cypriot restaurant is only a couple of metres from the sea and overlooking the Paphos Lighthouse Beach. You'll be able to enjoy a full range of Cypriot cuisine at this al fresco restaurant. You get one visit included per week when staying All Inclusive. Open during the summer months, with bookings taken at reception.
The Arodafnousa is a spacious restaurant with views of the pool and sea. With a breakfast buffet to suite all tastes, and an evening selection of themed dishes. Expect hot and cold starters, salads and main dishes as well as a tempting display of desserts.
These studio apartments, simply decorated to a warm feel overlooking a limited sea view, come with either a balcony or terrace for some extra room outside. Your apartment includes a lounge area and kitchenette, as well as air-conditioning and a sofa bed. Safety deposit box included for those staying All Inclusive.
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Stayed here for one week in April, low season so only about half full. I paid a little extra for a side sea view as did not want to sit in the middle of a large complex looking at some one else and got an open view across a field and a small sliver of sea, towards Tombs of the Kings, very peaceful. Decent cooking facilities although we did not use them, good bathroom and small terrace to sit out. Pool is great with one half of the figure of eight comprising a deep end; hardly any children there at this time of year, so good for swimming. It is nice to be able to wander from the pool to the grassy area in the front of the village and then down onto the beach, which is rocky and in fact I did not swim in the sea. Numerous sun beds available. Breakfast was good - lots of choice and never too busy. We did not have any other meals here as we like to try different places for dinner. Restaurant Island Blue on the Tomb of the Kings road just directly inland from the complex did an excellent five course meal (small portions so not too much) at good value and we returned there on the last evening. Yes it is a pity about the roadworks but given the time of year, we sat inside anyway. The walk on the coastal path round into Paphos is simply lovely, with the archaeological park fenced off on one side and the blue sea and coastline on the right, also lots of colourful flowers in April. This took some half an hour. Beware walking back at night - we were strolling along under the light of the moon, realised I had trod on something, and switching the torch on (always take a torch to Greece for return to accommodation in the evening) saw masses of millipedes making their way across that particular part of the path! The mosaics in the archaeological site are amazing and definitely worth seeing if you like history. We travelled with Thomson and their description of the complex was accurate. Didn't see any of the entertainment so cannot comment on that. Staff were friendly and helpful - we needed a needle and a small sewing box was produced straight away. We enjoyed the holiday very much.More
Beach front hotel
We have recently returned from Paphos in Cyprus and stayed in the Kefalos Beach Hotel. It is ideally situated on the beach front and about a mile from the Harbour and main town. the staff are very professional and friendly, the rooms are very spacious with all mod cons and the food is very good and varied each day. Good pool and sunbed areas with an attendant on watch for safety.The Hotel also has a beach front restaurant with good food and drink available.There is also free WIFI in the lounge and sky TV in the Bar.More
Fantastic week at Kefalos Beach
My husband and I have just returned from Kefalos Beach resort. It was brilliant. Room fabulous and cleaned every day. Staff were very friendly in particular Cosmos and Alexander. The entertainment staff were great and Lara was very friendly too. Eleanor managed to arrange an upper floor apartment as requested facing the spectacular sea views not forgetting the wonderful sunsets. Set of the main road, quiet location. 30 minute coastal walk to the harbour. On 27th April it was our wedding anniversary and came back to out room to a bottle of bubbly and fruit, compliments of the hotel. Would highly recommend this hotel and we will certainly be going back again. The ChinerysMore
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My wife and I have just returned from 11 nights at the Kefalos Beech Village.
I would like to praise and give thanks to (a) the hard working cleaners and gardeners who keep this hotel spotless and tend the lovely gardens that criss cross the site. (b) the very helpful and professional reception staff who were so helpful, (c) the chefs' and waiting staff who manage to create provide an amazing array of food from breakfast till tea at both on site restaurants and - last but not least - the lovely entertainment team. Fronted by Rico, this small but hard working group do a great job in bringing people of many nationalities together to simply enjoy their stay and shed the reticence that can follow many of us around..
Well done to you all, we had 11 days of Cypriot sun and stayed in a remarkable hotel. Keep up the good work. Gail and Mark.More
It was OK
Spent a week here in April. Hotel and grounds are attractive. The first room we were given was OK, except for the balcony which faced other apartments with a restricted view in the distance. Given that we like to sit on our balcony, this was a negative. We asked to change rooms and were finally given a room at the front of the hotel. The view wasn't scenic but we did have a nice size balcony, which got a nice breeze. The pool area was very nice, and the bar was fine for us (we weren't all inclusive). Breakfast was included, but I only went once as I was recovering from illness and not back up to full health, My husband went down each morning and did try the full cooked breakfast, but gave up as the trays in which the food was stored were lukewarm, and so the food was cold very quickly after reaching the table. Overall, the hotel was OK - staff in the bars not over friendly. Entertainment staff were very nice, especially Joel.
Location wise, the hotel is a bit far from the harbour etc. We were told it was a 20 minute walk. It's not, more like 35 minutes, much of which down a dusty track with a wire fence and scrubland to the rear.
Avenue of The Kings was a shabby dusty road - appreciate that the roadworks are ongoing given the Capital of Culture thing, but JCB's working at 9pm with the continuous dust and noise were not conducive to a relaxing evening experience!
We met many people who told us that they return to Paphos year after year. To be honest, unless we missed something in the resort, we just didn't get it. An acceptable, not overly attractive area, with very little in the way of "Cypriot " feel or local culture. Doubt that we will be back to this place again.More