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.
Stayed for a week on B & B basis, bit concerned about previous reviews before we arrived but we did not find any major issues. On arrival we were greeted warmly by the receptionist. Had a pool view room (101), spacious, clean, plenty of storage space. Towels changed daily. Found the staff all very pleasant, especially reception. Breakfast was fine. Only negatives were the loudness of the animation person (Melissa), much too loud for the area, music around pool during the day was repeated daily. Evening entertainment was what you would expect - found that the night of the Abba Tribute Act far too loud, went inside and closed the balcony door but could still hear the music inside. There is no need for the music to be so loud, if you want peace suggest you do not have a pool view room. Also Melissa's clipperty shoes every evening drove you mad!!!!!! On the whole hotel was what you would expect for a 3 star.
Hotel was in a good area, with plenty of restaurants at the top of the road (less than 5 minutes walk and also just a 30 minute walk into Paphos Harbour - quicker by the road way rather than the coast path.More
sue2005goa, Stonehouse, United Kingdom
The hotel was in a good location, within 20 minute stroll to the harbour. Bars , shops and restaurants close by. A beach 500 metres away.
The room was clean, but the facilities included in the price were poor. There was a charge for a kettle and drinks, the cost for use of the safe alone 35 euros per week and an ironing room with no iron. Another extra. The breakfast was ok. Overall the decoration was a little tired.
Y7022XZmarkb, Nottingham, United Kingdom
not as the adverts
what a lovely reception this looks good once booked in you see how small the lift is when its said to be good for disabled I saw a man struggle to get his wheel chair into the lift says it take six people!
we had a standard room bed was good cleaner could have been better especially around the fridge.
I had to call for ant killer twice in a week, the steam room lockers haven,t been used for so long that there are no keys for them and the sauna did not work
the rooms could do with a fresh coat of paint.
the pools and grounds are good but I can,t eat that and the evening meal left me cold most days and there is a bronze plate on the wall for 2013-2015 this is a Thomson hotel we could have upgraded but at 11 euros per person per day that,s a lot on top of the 36 for a weeks use of the safe and fridge keysMore
Would definitely return, great holiday - 5 - 16 SEPT.
When booking the holiday last year the reviews were excellent, so was a little sceptical looking at the reviews for this season. We weren't disappointed. We enjoyed our stay very much and was v pleased with our room which had been upgraded to a family room and the single room was of a generous size also. The hotel was very clean including rooms and public areas. We stayed half board, the food was excellent at breakfast, average at lunchtime and good at evening meal. We only found out half way through the holiday that we could substitute the lunch for evening meal). All in all good stay and would certainly return. Now on to the not so good stuff. The 'so called' entertainment was dire.There was not really any entertainment at night, except for her tottering about in her white high heels. There were also two couples staying there who trawled the pool, looking for people to complain as to how good the hotel used to be and how bad it's become, who I half expected to see on here posting a bad review, but nothing (one of them swanned about in a white hat with Rhodes on it). THIS IS A HOTEL NOT SUITABLE FOR KIDS. You have to pay extra for the kids menu. and the hotel doesn't provide any entertainment for them. The drinks are far too expensive at â¬2.50 for a soft drink (better to take your own to the pool), and the snacks are very expensive, costing us â¬28.00 for 3 sandwiches and 3 soft drinks, they were also of poor quality for the price..Apart from this everything else was excellent, the staff were v friendly and welcoming. Nearby amenities, Good car hire place called CHR Koursaros, across the road, Bars and restaurants, Kings Road pub, ONeils, Tramps, the Greek taverna next door to the Kings Road and not forgetting Fat Mamas for excellent food.More
Lou K, Heywood, England, United Kingdom
Tired Hotel who have lost sight of the need for customer focus
We just had a great holiday in the Kissos, mainly due to the very obliging staff and the people who holiday there.
But the room fittings and bathroom are well overdue for a refit, the bathroom was old and had ingrained dirt in the grout apart from a bar of soap your can forget about bathroom toiletries even a shampoo or body wash,
Five Euros per night for a safe key including a refrigerator key is extortion (they come together) plus if you want to make drinks in your room that is another five Euro's/night.
The bedroom floor is covered with cheap laminate flooring, the beds and pillows are very hard.
Food comprises the very cheapest ingredients you could imagine, lets take the show case Greek night for which you would normally expect a meze meal. For a starter you had a choice of 6 or 7 large dishes of various salads, there was not a single item of meat, fish, cheese in any of these dishes, it looked more like a zoo menu! For the main course there was pasta with tomato sauce except the sauce looked like anemic tomato soup (no meat). For the show piece we have Moussaka made with a packet sauce you would need a forensic scientist to find the meat, other meat options include small burgers in sauce, chicken bits in sauce and the saving grace barbecued belly pork. On the plus side you do become very good at foraging for the best food option, NB there is no after meal coffee (unless you pay for it the bar.. They are also very adept at recycling the previous meal again, rubbish courgettes resurface at breakfast as a ratatouille or pink morning spam is chopped into an evening salad. But for all of my carping people return annually, mainly to meet up with old friends, one lady had been coming to the hotel for 18 years, two to three time each year.
We complained and the rep said she was fed up with telling her supervisor about the hotel and it's food. We will no go there again and it wasn't a cheap holiday. PS the entertainment was very good.More