Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including cocktails and soft drinks 11.00-23.30 - served by the glass during meals.
Snacks 11.00-12.00 and 16.00-17.30. Ice-cream for children 11.00-12.00 and 16.00-17.00
It's difficult to choose between the two outdoor pools. The first is in a great spot and the terrace is a great suntrap, while the other winds its way through the hotel grounds and stays pretty peaceful.
You can begin your day with a buffet breakfast at Semeli. Lunch is à la carte menu or buffet and dinner offers a delicious buffet spread. You'll have the chance to try something different at one of the four of the themed evenings every week. Greek themed nights usually take place from 7pm and include barbecue foods and salads. There's also a children's menu, so the whole family has plenty of choice at mealtimes.
These simply designed rooms are a great base for your holiday. Your room will be air-conditioned and will also have some outside space with either a balcony or terrace. A mini-fridge* and Wi-Fi* are also available for your room on request. This room sleeps up to 3 people but just so you know - the 3rd bed is non-permanent.
This simple but stylish superior room is a great base for your holiday. There's air-conditioning in your room and you can also request access to Wi-Fi*. There's a balcony which provides you with some outside space and you'll have views of the pool. You'll also have the use of a safety deposit box and can hire a fridge* if required.
I first visited this hotel about 3 years ago and found it comfortable and convenient (only about 20 minutes down to the harbour and with a good choice of restaurants, bars, etc. on the King's Road) and the same applied this time. The welcome at reception was very friendly, the room was spotless and the bed was comfortable. The balcony came with 2 chairs and a table, not to mention a good view over the pool area and down over the town. I was not altogther happy with the extra charge for the fridge and the safe deposit box in the room and I really wonder why the charge can't be included in the room rate! Another thing was that according to the tariff notice on the back of the door (issued by the Cyprus Tourist Authority), air conditioning should be provided in 3, 4 and 5 star hotels between the months of May and October; on the 2 very hot nights when I was there, it wasn't provided and sleeping was practically impossible. Hence my rating for "sleep quality" plus there was also noise from the main bar which you wouldn't normally have noticed but you needed the window open to try and keep cool!
The breakfast was pretty good with a choice of cereals, fresh fruits, yoghurts, cold meats and cheese; the hot options were eggs (fried and/or scrambled), bacon, sausages, fried bread, grilled tomatoes, baked beans and so on. There were also bread rolls and preserves, and you could make toast if you could be bvothered to wait for the conveyor belt toaster to perform! Coffee was from a machione but it also produced hot water; a selection of tea bags were provided and you could make a good cup of tea.
The pool area was very clean and the pool bar was very convenient for a pleasant drink or a snack and the gardens around the hotel were looking very colourful and were well maintained.
Apart from the minor quibbles, I'd certainly stay there again.More
An amazing ten days at the Kisoss hotel
First impressions of the Kissos hotel was this is a beautiful hotel, the staff were very friendly, on reception was Anistasia who was a very friendly young lady as was Tina she was very knowledgeable lady.
I was on the 3rd floor, the view was fantastic, I could see the mountains ,the villages and the sea, very clean room with balcony where you could see the sunset very nice.
The pool area was also spotless beautiful bushes in bloom and flowers also, the pool was very large with a paddling pool for small children.
The bar was tended by two lovely ladies, Barbara (Barbi) and Georgia, both very pleasant and extremely helpful, their bar manager Aristole was a great guy very friendly. I believe if you are friendly to any hotel staff they will be very friendly in return.
The restaurant staff could not do enough for you, the restaurant was very big and airy with doors leading to the pool.
Last but not least, I was very impressed with the General Manager Tivos, he came into the restaurant at every mealtime to make sure that everyone was happy and he spoke with many of the guests, in my opinion he was a very good host and as I used to work in good hotels I know what I am talking about.More
Major roadworks nearby
We hadn't been made aware of the major roadworks on the Tomb Of The Kings Road which are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2016. If we had, we may well have waited until 2017 to book. That said, we did enjoy our two weeks at the hotel which in our opinion is a good 3* hotel. We upgraded to a superior room at the time of booking, but this can be done directly at the hotel when you arrive subject to availability and we feel is well worth the extra money as they are the lovely buildings on either side of the lazy river and in a quieter location away from the main hotel building. Rooms 416 & 516 are at the end of these buildings so may be quietest. They are larger than standard rooms with bigger balconies, the addition of a comfy sofa bed (which was used by me as a bed as the mattress was too firm for me) and the price includes the mini fridge, safe and individually controlled air conditioning. There are two nice outdoor pools, a small childrens' pool plus an indoor pool which has sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and a reasonable hotel gym which must be a bonus during the cooler months. Outdoor activities include a mini-golf area, table tennis, giant chess game, tennis court and a playground for children. The Reception staff are all very friendly, helpful and willing to help wherever possible. Food is a bit repetitive for two weeks, but perfectly OK for 3* value. Several guests upgraded to All Inclusive, which again can be booked upon arrival at the hotel if you choose to wait, but apparently does not include bottled water. The 'Happy Hour' does not include beer nor wine. Wi-Fi is free in the Reception area only - otherwise you have to pay. Also there is only BBC World Service News on the TV and the remaining channels seem to be Greek. We didn't stay in for the hotel evening entertainment, but many of the other guests did and it seems if there was poor feedback from guests, then the artistes weren't invited back. As mentioned in the headline - there are major roadworks on the Tomb Of the Kings Road and these were particularly stressful for less physically able and elderly guests as the pavements are dreadful and one side of the road seems to be closed off which has caused several businesses to shut. However, these roadworks will affect all properties on this side of Paphos so should not be attributed to the Hotel Kissos only - but all accommodation from The Kings Mall heading towards the Coral Bay area plus the Old Town area.More
Another excellent stay
Returned again on 1st May 2016 welcomed by all staff with usual cheerful welcome.
All staff only too pleased to help. Room very clean as usual, food was excellent. I celebrated my 70th birthday and staff had organised surprise birthday cake and Agathi along with all waitresses sang happy birthday at evening dinner, I found very movingMore
Mick S, 2266245
First Time Of staying At this Hotel
My sister and i go to Paphos twice a year and only have ever stayed at one hotel but this time we tried the Kissos and have to say every thing about our stay was lovely, we stayed on a b&b basis, the room was very clean, maid in every day, clean towels, breakfast very nice, staff very friendly and helpful so we hope to go back again soon.More