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.
Stayed here for a fortnight at end of September. From the moment you arrive you are made to feel very welcome, the reception staff are very helpful and this was also the case with all the staff members whether it be restaurant staff, bar staff or maids. They always seem to have a smile on their faces. Rooms are very spacious especially if like me you are a solo traveller. The hotel is in an excellent location, close to the Tomb of the Kings with plenty of restaurants and pubs nearby. You can take the coastal walk into Paphos harbour which takes about 40 minutes at a leisurely stroll or take the bus (very frequent service) which takes between 5 and 10 minutes depending on the traffic. I stayed on all inclusive basis but was disappointed with the choices for lunch which were in supposedly heated containers outside the restaurant by the pool area but at best they were only warm, but it was pleasant eating outside by the pool.. Found it rather surprising that you could not get bottles of beer or water on all inclusive basis, only glasses. If you want tea or coffee facilities in your room they are available at 2.50 euros a day but no problem if you take your own. Fridge and safe are available for hire at 5 euros a day for both of them. Wi-fi reception in the reception area is excellent and is also available in your room at a cost of 20 euros for 24 hours actual usage. There were plenty of sunbeds available beside the two pools. Hotel and grounds were kept exceptionally clean and any little accidents, spillages etc were instantly cleaned up. The hotel is approximately 200 yards from the sea where the beach is shingle. Would I return? most certainly but not on a full board/all inclusive basis. As stated previously there are ample places to eat just outside the hotel if you want a snack during the day.More
Relaxing and friendly
We stayed for a week from October 10th and had a superb time! My husband,myself and 20 year old grandaughter had luxury rooms and they were huge,clean and very comfortable.It was lovely and quiet right next to a lagoon type pool which you accessed by opening your french doors,walked down a few steps and into the pool! Towels changed every day and beds every other day by friendly staff. Food was plentiful and varied and waiting staff attentive and efficient. Plenty of entertainment and lovely poolside bar with scrumptious cocktails and milkshakes! Nothing was ever too much trouble and reception staff always on hand to help and advise. We even had the owner turn up to see us as we left! We would definitely recommend this to anybody wanting to visit beautiful Paphos,and if we return we will be using the Kissos!More
We have stayed in this hotel for the last 4 years it is only a three star and to be honest that's about right.....The rooms are basic but clean and comfortable, the reception spotless as are the grounds and pool area's cleaned every morning the lazy river is lovely and relaxing.... the dining room is medium size and there are plenty of staff to help, the first row of tables are reserved for people with Disability's
wish more hotels would do this
The food is quite good but there's room for improvement but there is plenty of choice, entertainment could be better...... the hotel is ideally situated with just a small walk to a beach and to the bars and restaurants and is next door to the valley of kings...... I have to say its the one of the most homely hotels I've stayed in the staff are lovely nothing too much trouble for them and if you are a returning guest they treat you as old friends and as we have already booked again for this year we're looking forward to seeing them all againMore
Returning guests been 6 times nothing much as changed, rooms basic & clean, maids work really hard. Reception staff excellent always happy to help with anything. We went b&b but have also done half board which was also fine breakfast very good lots of choice. The hotel has 2 good size pools plenty of sun beds.
The hotel is very central for everything harbour coral bay tomb of kings. Loads of great eating places close by. Bus service very good. 1.5 euros per trip of 5 Euro for the day or even better 15 euro for the week.
Plenty of car hire places at good prices.
This hotel has a lot of returning guest worth a visit.More
Excellent Value for Money
We enjoyed a short 3 night stay whilst holidaying in Cyprus. The room and bathroom were tired...same bedspreads as when we stayed there over 10 years ago! BUT very clean and comfortable. Plenty of hot water, very friendly and helpful staff. Excellent breakfast...great choice! Free hi-fi in the public areas but too expensive to enjoy access in our room. Shame the tea and coffee in the room had to be paid for as an "extra" and same for the fridge and safe but that was Ok because the room was reasonably priced. We would return and recommend this to anyone who wants a reasonably priced hotel in Paphos...situated just off the Tomb of the Kings Road with some good places to eat nearby.More