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
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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. 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 10.00-24.00. Bottled water included during lunch and dinner. Snacks and ice-cream at set times.
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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.
La Breze Del Mare Cypriot à la carte restaurant
La Breze Del Mare 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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1 Bedroom Apartment with Balcony or Terrace
Studio with Balcony or Terrace
These studio apartments come with a balcony or terrace and a lounge for additional space.
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We recently got married here after coming two years ago for a family holiday and fell in love with the area and hotel. We were all inclusive but other options are available. Firstly the holiday; The staff are all very friendly and often go above and beyond to make your stay more enjoyable. Especially Jeff, the legend who takes you round in his cart on your arrival to show you the grounds and where things are located. The hotel has a lot to offer in entertainment (different shows every night) with also kids disco and bingo every night and daytime activities such as water polo, exercise, darts etc They have a kids club which also offer various activities. The food is always well stocked and replenished meaning fresh food for every meal whatever time you choose to eat within the times. There is a snack bar for in between the meal times as well as a menu you can buy from. The maids are very polite, efficient and quick and will offer more towels etc if needed. ZENS WATER SPORTS: located on the beach just in front of the hotel. We have taken part in various water sports at zens, including the banana boat, sofa bed and jet skis.. the prices are competitive if not cheaper than other local water sports and zen is such a happy gentleman who ensures you feel (and are) safe.. he's lovely to speak to and is great with the little ones.. definitely worth a visit for fun in the water! The wedding; the hotel and staff were fab in making our day the special time it should be. Ellena (the owner) made the effort to come and see us and assure us that she was there for anything we may need! My wedding party including myself were amazed at the amount of food that was provided for our special day and just as expected : was great quality! Many of our wedding party were first timers at the kefalos and yet no matter of age or gender, all agreed that it is a lovely hotel in a lovely location and well worth a visit! More
We didn't pick it ....... but
I'm here at the moment sitting on a beach lounger what does that tell you We are here for a wedding not mine but if I were to get married here my guess is I might soon be divorced It's a typical family stack em high serve em cheap, fun palace. There's more inflatables than there are staff, there's a mix of nationalities, the beach ain't great the pool ain't quiet EVER! But you get what you paid for and you perhaps should have paid for more. You'll have fun if you drive a Nissan or shop at Aldi but if you're a BMW Waitrose kinda snob like me you'll regret not being lodged at the place next door Good points food is brilliant actually better than you deserve at these prices and the all inclusive works really well, rooms are big and clean, there's a little shop beach fronted balcony views and plenty of people watching Bad points you pay for wifi you leave a deposit for the remote control and they charge for a safe key but if you're staying here you might not have anything valuable to secure It's fine I hope you have a good holiday we are enjoying the experience.... kind of More
pete b, 186338
Our wedding at kefalos
Just returned after our 3rd visit at kefalos beach hotel , which was extra special because this time we had arranged to get married (16th aug) at the beautiful Romeo Gazebo on the beach. Before I mention our wedding I would like to say about the hotel, after visiting many hotels over the years,this is by far one of our favourites, for its beautiful settings on the beach,the cleanliness and some of the most welcoming staff and the entertainment team, who work hard from morning to night ,who involve all the guests in their fun and games etc. With a big mention to Rico who organises all the fun games in such a friendly manner. Next I would like to mention the food which is absolutely fantastic , something for everyone and a different menu every day. The friendly chef who mixes with the guests and asks their opinion of the food. All the staff... restaurant, bar, snack bar, reception, housekeepers.. who all work hard to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. A big thank you to Elena who organised our wedding day and making it an amazing experience. Also a big thank you to Rico for all his help and support. We would also like to thank Erik the duty manager. What an amazing team! Kefalos beach hotel will always have a special place in our hearts. Keep up the good work you are all doing a fantastic job. Thanks again .... Perry and Paula from Liverpool England. More
We had a great extended family holiday here
We tend to go on holiday as an extended family group of 13. us, our kids and their partners and grandchildren. The check in process was so easy. No long time consuming queue, and the staff were super helpful. The room safe key and lock are free but you have to pay 20 euro if you want in room WiFi. The main lobby and outside ares are free. The complex is made up of a large number of apartment blocks laid out in a grid so its very easy to find your way around. All the apartment blocks are painted in white or suitable pastel shades with the usual but really lovely subtropical planting all over the site. The rooms (our party had four rooms.) were all very nice. Fairly basic in the room and fittings but the rooms were quite large with our being double aspect. The air-conditioning is inclusive and was efficient with units in the bedroom and lounge area, and it was needed with temperatures of 35 -37 degrees. The site was kept clean and tidy and in very good condition. The restaurant was fine with lots of staff and seating and the staff soon remembered us as a large group and we were seated very fast. The food choices in my opinion were great and one of our party in a strict vegetarian and she thought the vegetarian choices were great. Breakfast was very good with cereal, hot food, cold meats, fruit, various juices and excellent fried eggs, properly set with runny yokes. Unusual in mass catering. For lunch you could go to the restaurant or eat at the pool bar, with slightly differing times so the staff could manage the areas properly. The evening service was excellent with themed choices throughout the week. We didn't have a single complaint about the food and we all agreed that the food quality was probably the best of our many recent holidays, ranging from good food to superb on several occasions. Again there is adequate and attentive staff to look after you, serve drinks and so on. The pool and surrounds is good clean tidy and well looked after. A lot of chlorine but then the pool is very warm and had dozens of people of all ages using it all day. The complex is right on the beach edge so you can walk from the poolside right onto a lovely sandy beach. There are rocks by the waters edge but its great for swim in the sea or a stroll along the sands. Lovely sunsets every night right over the beach. A walk along the beach path into Pathos harbour is well worth it. It is about a mile and a bit on the flat but it is very dark. The sky is simply amazing as you can see the milky way spread out above you and it lights you way. You will meet dozens of people coming and going looming out of the darkness, with the sea on your right hand side and mostly scrub on your left. You arrive by the castle at the bustling harbour, full of lights and life. Loads of bars and restaurants and cafes, gift shops and so on. We had a wander then took a taxi back to Keflos beach for 8 Euros and I would guess at 10 minutes ride, A walk of around 20 or 30 minutes to the right to the site of the Tombs of the Kings (2 Euro entry) is also worth while if you like archaeology. Take water and decent shoes as it is hot and dry and lots of rocks, steep slops and staircases.More
David F, 190726
Not the best, but not the worst...
I have just returned from a 2 week holiday here, I had a lovely time but was a little disappointed with this hotel. Firstly I wouldn't rate it a 4* hotel, I personally think it's a 3* (I'm comparing to other hotels I've stayed in). When we first arrived here I thought wow, from the outside and in the main reception it looks great but then I realised it wasn't as "wow" as I first thought. The rooms are a great size but quite basic (wasn't even supplied with coffee and sugar sachets despite there being a kettle and we were all inclusive). You have to pay to have wifi in the room which I did but then had issues logging out so my time was used up even though I wasn't always using it and the free wifi in the lobby and pool area was a nightmare trying to actually get on it (maybe too many people trying to use it at once??) There were some very friendly staff members, however there were also lots of miserable ones who never smiled or made you feel welcome despite me and my family always being polite. The food selection wasn't the best although it did taste nice (the a la carte restaurant which your entitled to once per week of your stay was a let down and you had a surcharge on a few things even if all inclusive, I personally didn't feel my meal was nice enough to warrant the extra charge). I had issues with the cleanliness in the restaurant, I had to put quite a few glasses and plates back due to old food still stuck on them and dirty marks which put me off eating a few times. Our room was cleaned daily (except Sunday) but this wasn't done to a high standard, under the beds were filthy even from the day we arrived, the dresser was always dusty and my hairs were all over floor even after just being cleaned. On a more positive note the entertainment was fantastic and I would return here just for that! I'd like to mention Ivan, Petar, Mike and Rico who were all very friendly and good at their job! Despite all the negatives I did have a lovely holiday and was sad to leave.More
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