With 3 big pools and 5 restaurants, you’re spoilt for choice at this beachside hotel.
This hotel deals in big numbers. For starters, there are 3 huge pools as well as a couple for children. Then you’ve got 5 restaurants – they’re a mix of buffet and à la carte, and all come with first-rate sea views.
The only thing that separates this supersized hotel from the sea is a shingle beach, where you’ll find loungers and waiter service. A 30-minute walk – 10 by bus – takes you to Paphos harbour.
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Honeymooners receive fruit and wine on arrival and a free room upgrade, subject to availability.
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Elixir spa centre*
Relax the day away at the Elixir spa centre* which is for adults only. If you're staying in a Superior room you'll benefit from free access to the spa, but remember that there is a small daily charge otherwise. The spa has a sauna, Roman steam bath, therapeutic massages, body therapies, Exotic and Oriental therapies and Thalasso therapies, so there's something to suit everyone.
Evening entertainment programme
With live music, a mini-disco, bingo and film nights. The entertainment programme runs every evening during July and August.
The indoor pool is heated in winter, and with its whirlpool bath, you'll find it hard to pull yourself away.
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superior twin room with sea view and balcony
These superior twin rooms can sleep up to 3 people with twin beds and an extra bed in the bedroom. They have a rain shower and an LCD flat screen TV. You'll also have a sea view from your balcony outside with this room too. There's air-conditioning provided in your room between May and October and you'll also find bathrobes and slippers too. Superior extras include beach towels, late check-out, subject to availability, a fruit basket and red house wine on arrival. You'll also receive luxury bathroom amenities, complimentary use of the sauna and steam bath - plus exclusive breakfast in the à la carte restaurant until 11.00.
superior twin room with sea view and balcony or terrace
Styled in refreshing tones - these superior twin rooms can sleep up to 3 people, with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. You'll also have a sea view from your balcony or terrace outside with this room too. There's air-conditioning provided between May and October and you'll also find free Wi-Fi, rainfall shower, espresso machine, plus bathrobes and slippers too. Superior extras include beach towels, late check-out, subject to availability, a fruit basket and red house wine on arrival. You'll also receive luxury bathroom amenities, complimentary use of the sauna and steam bath - plus exclusive breakfast in the à la carte restaurant until 11.00.
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Originally we had booked to go to Mexico for our honeymoon but a few months before we had to change our minds. We decided to head to Cyprus and stayed for 10nights here. On arrival we were greeted with a glass of champagne and we're shown around the grounds of the hotel. It was 1am, so was lovely to walk around with nobody around. We even went down to the beach and had the beach to ourselves. Once we'd finished our drinks they took us up to our room. It was spacious with a wonderful view! There's lots of choice for food while you're staying here and we weren't disappointed. Considering they're catering for a fair few guests, it was a lot better than you would normally expect for an all inclusive package holiday. If a morning we did notice that a lot of people would go and put their towels on the sun loungers around the pool but this didn't bother us as there were plenty of other seats to choose from whether they were on the beach or on the grass. If you do prefer to sit by the pool, be prepared to get up at 6am to out your towels down. It's in a great location as you can walk into town from the hotel along the beach. We did it a few times. Takes around 40mins. I'd advise that you don't do it of the evening as there are no street lights!! Overall, we had a great holiday and we're disappointed. We would go back for sure! ðMore
Winter dance break hotel
Fifth time at this well situated hotel in Feb/March. Decent and clean rooms, good food and reasonable weather at this time of year. We always enjoy the ballroom, sequence and line dancing tuition and evening dances. These are well run by the (new for this season) experienced hotel dance leaders who work hard to make sure everyone can join in and we really enjoyed as much dancing in the varied programme as we could wish. Dancers should note that the dance programme in Jan/Feb is somewhat reduced so, if you like dancing nearly every day then November and March/April are the best times to go.More
Beautiful hotel, great winter sun break.
We stayed 5th-10th March 2017 The room was lovely and clean, had a good amount of space, all the facilities needed, fridge, hairdryer, decent shower. The bathroom was lovely and big, very clean. The hotel is approx 2.5 km from the harbour, we used to run there and back as a 5k each morning along the coastal path. (Probably slightly shorter distance if walking along the road) Transport is so easy. Bus tickets are E1.50 and there are many bus stops all along Poseidenous Avenue taking you to and from the harbour (bus 611) also bus 612 takes you all the way to/from the airport and took just less than 20 minutes. Absolutely bargain compared to taxi's offering between E25-E30! We hired bikes for the day, only E10 for 24 hours. Most of Poseidenous Avenue has a wide dedicated cycle path all the way along into the harbour area. My only tip for travelling out of season is that not all the restaurants etc were open yet, every day the we were there a few more would open. I think the season properly begins middle-end of March and we went the first week. Also being out of season this hotel, compared to most of the others, which seemed very quiet was very busy. The hotel caters wonderfully for older guests who were there for tours for golf, cycling and bowls. There were only a handful of guests our age there. (We actually flew out to surprise family members who were there for 2 weeks as part of a bowling group!) The weather was lovely and warm during the daytimes, got up to around 20 most days however the evenings still get very cold so bare that in mind for walking into town for dinner. It wasn't warm enough to swim in the pool, didn't see anyone venture in during the week we were there but there were plenty of people spending the day laying in the sun. There are plenty of sunloungers (decent ones too not the basic plastic ones) spread around the pool area, on the grassy area and on the beach. We had B&B at the hotel. The breakast was certainly the most impressive at any European hotel I've stayed at. A whole array of breads, cheeses, eggs cooked to order any way, different selections of fruit (fresh and dried) bacon, sausages, beans, tomatoes, cereals, pastries, jams as well as tea/coffee and juices. The staff are all incredibly friendly, at the bars, in the restaurant, the shop or at reception. I would definitely recommend and wouldn't hesitate to come back. The hotel has good facilities to use which are included, aswell as the bowling greens mentioned above, they have a putting green & mini golf, 2 pools, tennis court, table tennis and games room.More
A Good 4 Star Hotel
Just spent a week here in a standard sea view room. The room was nicely furnished with a nice bathroom and decent balcony. We stayed on a B and B basis and the breakfasts are as good as any we have ever had in any four or five star hotel. The restaurant staff are friendly and efficient. Our check in was rather slow as we arrived at a busy time, even so the reception staff appeared flustered, trying to deal with two people at once which just caused even more confusion. Throughout our stay we found several of the female reception staff on the frosty side - it costs nothing to smile now and again ladies !!! For anyone who enjoys watching the odd English tv programme in their room beware that the only English speaking channels are news channels. We found the wifi signal in our room to be ok but it is necessary to log back in every 24 hours which is a pain. All in all though this is a good hotel and if returning to Paphos we would definitely stay at one of this groups hotels. We travelled with Jet2 Holidays and their service was excellent throughout.More
Comfortable hotel, great facilities, excellent food
We had a very pleasant week at the Athena Beach. The rooms were clean, comfortable, well-equipped. Facilities include indoor and (several) outdoor pools, plenty of sunbathing space, a gym and shop. The food was delicious, with extensive buffet selections at each meal. It's about a 30 min walk along the shore to Paphos harbour, and there's a frequent local bus service from just outside the hotel.More
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