The Hotel Louis Ledra Beach really impresses, thanks to chic interiors, a top-notch pool scene and a prime seafront setting.
Hotel Louis Ledra Beach sits in a prime position, sandwiched between a private sand-and-rocky beach and a parade of shops and cafés. Plus, a half-hour stroll along the seafront puts you in Paphos harbour.
The hotel definitely looks the part. Outside, there are well-kept gardens and a pair of smart pools, while inside the bedrooms showcase contemporary interiors and calming blue colour schemes.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Snacks between meals. Ice-cream. Afternoon tea and cakes. Picnics on request.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00. Minibar with soft drinks and water.
Ultra All Inclusive upgrade option is available at a charge and includes select imported alcoholic drinks, selected branded spirits at all bars, Smirnoff vodka, Gordons gin, , Bacardi rum, Jose Guervo tequila and a minibar restocked daily with soft drinks, water and 2 cans of beer.
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All are included except where indicated.
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The main pool is surrounded by a spacious terrace dotted with sunbeds, parasols and native palms.
Akamantis buffet restaurant
This restaurant offers a generous buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and kids have their own buffet too. There are themed nights most evenings, including Italian, Cypriot, Greek, French, Chinese and international cuisine.
Kids aged 5-12 years will enjoy meeting new friends and taking part in daily activities at the hotel-run kids' club. It's open six days a week.
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Stopped in Ledra for 10 nights 6th to 16th october . We have visited Paphos area many times over the years but always been self catering. First time at an all inclusive hotel. On our arrival we were greeted with sparkling wine & cakes, while our luggage was taken to our room. we arrived late evening ,so missed dinner ,but sandwiches etc were laid on in the restaurant . Our room had a sea view. It was plenty big enough for us ,with lots of storage space ,nicely painted with laminate flooring, a fridge which was filled daily with water , fruit juice & fizzy drinks. The bed was quite firm ,but I believe you could request a mattress topper for extra comfort. The bathroom had a nice big mirror. Hairdryer was really good . Our room was cleaned daily ,with fresh towels each day and sheets changed frequently . We returned one day to find a couple of cup cakes with compliments from the management in our room . There was an ironing room on our floor which I also used. A full english breakfast was available daily. Food in the restaurant was buffet style, which was a different theme each night , lots of choice. We went to the meze & gala nights which was included in the package but pre bookable , this was waiter service at the pool restaurant ,again excellent food. During the day we ate mostly in the Sundowner pool bar which had a good selection of snacks,icluding salad sandwiches, fruit & cakes . We walked into Paphos most days which is a bout 30-40 mins we then spent the afternoons around the pool . We never had any trouble finding a sunbed , although we did notice the early morning resever brigade from our room .Every afternoon around the pool , staff would come round offering homemade lollies, fruit kebabs or similar. Afternoon tea & cakes were served in the pool bar daily just before the daily quiz .Some days a cooking area was set up near the pool and doughnuts etc were cooked .The red wine was not quite to our taste ,but we enjoyed the good selection of cocktails and sparking wine .My husband enjoyed the local brandy which he normally has when visting Cyprus. The staff were all very friendly ,nothing too much trouble. We used the pool which was nice & clean .There was a lovely young girl who came round the pool asking if you would like to participate in various activities ,although we didn`t join in she was really friendly and happy to chatt to us . In the evening different young girls came around the lobby bar informing you of the evening entertainment and chatting to the guests . All the Staff work really hard to make your stay enjoyable. We found our whole stay excellent , full marks to the Ledra will definatly stay at Ledra again . Thanks P & J NMore
Great Holiday - a few things to note though
I & my husband stayed for 2 weeks from 6th to 20th October booked through Thomson UK. We had a great holiday & loved our time in Cyprus but wouldn't return to this hotel as we would much prefer to do bed & breakfast next time. Pros: Majority of staff very friendly & helpful - a few did ignore us on several evenings whilst sitting outside on the verandah lobby bar area although the regulars would be served Large main pool & separate adult pool available Plenty of sun loungers available Small supermarket, a few bars & restaurants, cafÃ©, pharmacy & gift shop across the road outside the front of the hotel Food available throughout the day from breakfast till late. - food well presented, constantly replenished & hot items were always hot (temperature, not spice levels). The chefs worked very hard to cater for the amount of guests. The Meze & Gala nights were nice & we enjoyed those. Entertainment available of an evening & activities throughout the day - staff friendly & engaging Met some nice fellow holidaymakers (not that many though!) Housekeeping did an excellent job every day of tidying our room Minibar restocked free every day with water, cola, lemonade & 2 mango juice Free packed lunch available to order for days out (consists of 2 half baguettes each, a slice of cake, fruit, fruit juice & water) Spa - peaceful & can recommend the massages / sauna / Aphrodite Package Lovely cats in the grounds Free bottle of sparkling wine for our anniversary - a nice touch & thank you :) Walking distance along the coastal path to Paphos Harbour - took us about 25 minutes at a slow walk Cons: Fellow guests - the average age of guests when we were there was 60+ so most of the entertainment / food etc was geared up for them. Most of them were there to stay in the hotel & not leave at all. Some also lacked manners, here's 2 examples - having an ignorant man berate you for turning down the toaster so it doesn't end up cremated & wasting 20 seconds of his precious holiday time & also having someone virtually sitting on your lap by the adult pool as they decide to place their lounger right in your space. Food: Every day was some sort of roast dinner for the older generation along with a hot pudding such as crumble / custard. It did become repetitive & could do with a lot more spicy dishes (the pimiento tabasco was nice & so were the hot chillis). We heard people moaning at breakfast time that the jam wasn't English & of an evening when they chose a roast dinner there were no condiments such as mint sauce etc! Entertainment: Not much for teenagers to do of an evening - those that we did see in the lobby area were bored & glued to the wi-fi. Cash Bingo available every night it seemed & most of the activities winners were rewarded with a free card for playing. None of the evening entertainment appealed to us so we went out to other places for a drink some nights or just went back & sat on our balcony. Noise: We had a full sea view room (279) on the 2nd floor overlooking the lobby bar verandah area which was very noisy each evening & you could also hear the music from the amphitheatre area with the doors closed. You can also hear noise from the room above such as chairs being dragged across the floor etc Also, be aware that the hotel is also on the flight path to the airport so you will hear aircraft noise morning & night. The bathroom could do with an update - maybe change to walk-in showers, as the shower panel would badly leak all over the floor & coupled with no proper extractor fan made the floor incredibly slippery. No air-con in the room hallways - far too hot & stuffy when it's warm outside. Sun lounger brigade out in force reserving 'their' beds each morning - very funny to watch from our balcony :) The safe needs updating to a bigger electronic version please - far too small to use Hairdryer needed a longer cord as I was unable to use it standing up - it must be made for very short people :) All in all we did have a great holiday & also went out & about to various other bars & restaurants & sightseeing. Although we wouldn't stay again, we would recommend it to others, just take note of the age range staying when you want to visit. P.s, please tip the hardworking staff as we didn't see many guests doing thisMore
Second time here at the ledra beach hotel lovely food great assortment all through the day and evening (great show cooking) plenty of sunbeds all day no need to get up early plenty at any time of day entertainment throughout day and evening very good no pressure to join in comfortable beds very friendly staff in all area's and departments always helpful in whatever you ask bus stop outside free wi-fi in lobby area (only) very nice 30min walk to paphos harbour/town (1.5euro on bus each way) great air-con all inclusive and sea view really good a lovely hotel will return againMore
Bob E, 1499022
Best ever holiday
This hotel is the best I ever stayed in, the staff are so friendly, nothing too much trouble, fantastically clean rooms everyday, exquisite food, fresh tasty and a massive choice, lots of brilliant entertainment, all inclusive and very affordable More
Good for relaxing week away - ask for room above ground level
Very chilled location, had a relaxing week, always space round pool and nice to be able to walk into Paphos. Food was really quite nice for an all inclusive, I was pleasantly surprised every evening. Staff were a bit lack lustre, the majority of other holiday makers were older (we are both early 20's) and they seemed to receive better service from the staff. Staff never unpleasant just a bit distant, you were told not to order at lobby bar as waiters would come to you, but we often sat for ages before being able to get some service. Really enjoyed the holiday, wouldn't recommend if you want some excitement or real activities or night life as not a lot goes on. You could probably find something like that if you looked for it. Downside of our holiday was our room being on ground floor near kitchen, often very noisy at night and in the early hours, if stay here ask for a first floor or above room. More
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