A beachfront address and a great pool make this place a popular choice.
As the name suggests, this beachfront complex looks more like a mini village than a hotel. The sugarcube apartments are surrounded by landscaped gardens, with a big pool in the heart of it all.
The promenade – edged with shops, bars and restaurants – is just a short walk away. And you’re about a 10-minute walk from the famous Tombs of the Kings.
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- Lifts: 1 in main building
Honeymooners receive free fruit and wine on arrival.
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
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.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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The pool here comes up pretty big in size and features a bridge to give easy access to the pool bar. The surrounding terrace area is dotted with sunbeds, parasols and impressive sea views.
Romios deck Cypriot à la carte restaurant
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.
Arodafnousa buffet restaurant
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.
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superior 1-bedroom apartment with sea view
Superior 1-bedroom apartment with sea view sleeps up to four with twin beds and two sofa-beds. Safety deposit box included for those staying All Inclusive.
1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to four people with two beds and two sofa-beds. Safety deposit box included for those staying All Inclusive.
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We have just got married here and we couldn't have wished for a better hotel. The staff here were amazing in helping us create the most amazing day. We had 45 guests and 2 young children. Nothing was to much trouble. Elena who helped plan our wedding is fantastic and a credit to the hotel. The hotel catered for all ages the food was a good mixture and the entertainment was good. Plenty of sun loungers and towels are provided which is always a bonus. Rooms are nice and clean and have a kitchen in which was great having our 2 year old with us. We will defiantly be back in the future!!More
Fantastic holiday in paradise!
Just got back from a lovely holiday in Cyprus. The weather was perfect. Plenty of sunshine and not to hot (22-27 degrees). Often with a very nice sea breeze. Evenings were a bit cooler, but you could still sit outside. We stayed in a ground floor superior 1 bedroom sea view apartment. We had upgraded to a superior room by directly mailing the hotel (quick response and all our request were met). The room was very clean and kept clean during our stay. We didn't use the kitchen much, but it looked well equips for self catering. There was a flatscreen in de room and one in the bedroom. You have to ask for a remote at the reception (10 euro deposit). Only our kids watched TV and there are 2 kiddie channels: Cartoon network and some very religious TV channel.. :-) Free WIFI, bathrobes and slippers and even champagne on arrival! Besides the gorgeous view it's also very handy to have a (groundfloor) seaview apartment. Our kids still needed their sleep in the afternoon and we could sit outside on the sunbeds. There are plenty of sunbeds all located around the pool or on the grass just in front of the hotel apartments. Then there's a bit of sand (very rough sand though!) and the sea (lots of rocks). There's two spots where they've put steps so it's a bit easier to enter the water. If you don't like the hassle, there's always the pool :-) A big one and a small one for the kids. You can get clean beachtowels every day, which was very nice! The only thing that can get a little bit annoying is that they play music by the pool (all day long). The location of the hotel was perfect for us. It's a 5-10 minute walk to the main street (restaurants and shops), give or take 10-15 minutes to a very big mall with lots of shops (and a big supermarket) and 30-40 minutes to the harbour (more restaurants and shops). Public transport is also very tourist friendly. A day ticket costs 5 euro. We used it to go to the market (lots of souvenir shops) and to Coral beach (lovely sandy beach). Last but not least the food. The breakfast was good. Could maybe do with some more variety (it's the same every day), but everything was fresh and there's a choice of warm and cold stuff. Dinner had a different theme every night. Lots of salad choices, different soup every night and the hot food was delicious! Most of the desserts were not that special, but once in a while they would bring out a nice cake (especially the chocolate!). You'd had to be lucky to get a piece because it was always gone within 5 minutes :-( So if you've got a sweet tooth, keep your eyes peeled ;-) We would definitely recommend staying at this hotel. Friendly staff, great location, delicious food, great weather. You won't be disappointed!More
stephie505, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Had a good holiday. Happy wIth everything though the food at dinner was not to our liking though it may well suit a lot of people. Accommodation was excellent, swimming pool great. Close proximity to beach. Entertainment was quite good too and the staff were really friendly and good with children.More
This was our first holiday in Cyprus and we could not have wished for better accommodation or a better location. We stayed on a half board basis and thought the food was very good, with an excellent variety for evening meals. Without exception, we found the staff to be friendly and helpful; we would definitely recommend it!More
JayneT852, Derby, United Kingdom
Kefalos Beach Tourist Village
We have recently returned from a 7 night stay at this hotel. The reception staff were very welcoming when we arrived and the man with the golf buggy came and took us to our room. All the rooms are on the outside of the hotel and are just 2 floors. The hotel itself is enormous with lots of very large rooms. Our studio was very nice and big and a very pleasant maid came in every to clean. The sun came round onto the balcony in the afternoons. The food here was very nice, the breakfasts were lovely with lots of choice although sometimes a bit cold. The staff in the dining room were very pleasant and there was no crashing of crockery that you sometimes get on these holidays. I thought it was a bit of a pity that people came in to dinner in shorts as i remember reading on the internet that the manager asked that people did not do this. There was no dress code. The outside of the hotel was excellent, between the hotel and the sea there was a lovely green area with hundreds of tables and chairs and beds. Amazingly people still put their towels on the beds round the pool even though there were plenty of beds. We didn't really see much entertainment only one night when they had local Cypriot dancing which was quite nice. We did go on a Thomsons trip to Limassol which was good, lots of designer shops there - expensive! The guide was very knowledgeable and professional. We also caught a bus to Coral Bay which is a small resort with upmarket gift shops. The bus was 1.50 euros each which is the fare you pay on all the buses around Paphos. A 10 minute walk takes you to the nearby centre and it takes about 40 minutes to walk into the centre of Paphos where there are lots of shops, etc. We went to mass at St Peter's Post near the centre of Paphos where there had been an archaelogical dig just outside the church and that was very interesting. The weather was a bit mixed, lots of cloud, a bit of rain, very windy and in between some hot sun. We even had a small earthquake in a gift shop in Paphos, where all the bottles and decorative plates came crashing off the walls, which was a bit scary! On the whole we enjoyed the holidays and quite possibly would come back again.More
CarolannKent, Ashford, United Kingdom
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