This massive, village-style complex packs in loads of sports and activities, a triple helping of restaurants, and a splash park. Oh, and quite possibly the biggest pool in Cyprus...
With a great choice of pools to pick from, a holiday here centres on water-based fun. A huge main pool and splash park top the list, while the beach is a five-minute walk away for a change of scene.
There’s a decent helping of sports, an Aerial Adventure course, and activities and entertainment for everyone from tots to teens. There’s a trio of restaurants to try, too.
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- Buildings: 12 in Aegean Village, 33 in Fishing Village
The ultimate action-packed holiday
- Aerial Adventure high ropes courses
- Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
- Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
- Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
- Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
- Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. 1 visit per week to each à la carte restaurant - Mexican & Greek taverna. Snacks, cakes and ice-cream. Discounted dining at other restaurants within the Aliathon Plaza.
Unlimited local alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 10.00-24.00. Discounted drinks at other bars within the Aliathon Plaza.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' Club
This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.
Kids' interactive pool
With slides and a splash park.
Evening entertainment programme
Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers, offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. The programme includes themed and party nights, pop shows, bingo, kids' entertainment, karaoke, cabaret and colourful shows.
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fishing village junior suite with kids' den, pool view and garden view
These junior suites with Kids' Den have a bold and lively feel, with warm and inviting tones. They come with a garden-view balcony for that added outdoor space. And they have a double bed, and a twin bed that's suitable for the kids. Plus you'll also find air-con, Wi-Fi, a flatscreen TV, and a Playstation 2™ that's located in a seperate themed Kids' Area. These junior suites are located in the Fishing Village.
fishing village deluxe studio with pool view, garden view and balcony or terrace
These spacious studios have a relaxed feel, with their gentle tones and soft furnishings. They come with a garden-view balcony for that added outdoor space. And they have a double bed, and a kitchenette. Plus you'll also find air-con, Wi-Fi, and satellite TV included. These studios are located within the Fishing Village.
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Good family holiday
15/05/16 - 22/05/16 6 Adults 2 Children aged 23 months and 4 years. Arrived at 11.30pm. On arrival we where met off the transfer bus by some very friendly hotel staff who collected our case and put them on buggies whilst we checked in, then they swiftly took us to our allocated rooms 3 in total, 2 swim up rooms and 1 in another block near to our rooms. The third room was requested to be a ground floor room but the room allocated was on the third floor. As it was late in the day it was decided to try and resolve the problem the next morning, which was done with no problem at all by the very helpful hotel reception staff, this was the only minor problem that was encountered during the whole stay. The rooms where cleaned daily and these are kept to a first class standard on the day we checked out the maintanence team was waiting outside with paint to see if any touching up was required, this shows the standards that holiday village is kept, The food this is on a buffet style which is good for families with small children you can eat inside or outdoors breakfast is the norm cereal, salads, and fry ups their is also a station were fresh omelettes and pancakes are served, lunch we did not use the main resturant so I can't comment we just used the pool area one where pizza, salad, chips and other things were available. At night the main resturant did different themed menus which made a change if you did not like the nights theme their was always something that you could find to eat, there is always a station that is for the children, tea, coffee, juices, and wine is always on hand. Drinks beer, cocktails, and spirits (local brand) is limitless, but remember this is a family holiday village. Entertainment. The entertainment team work tirelessly activities are put on all day for children and cannot be faulted for their efforts, the children's clubs are split into different age groups so the older ones have there own things to do, these guys are first class and should be highly praised for the work they do. The shows a night are mainly for the children so don't expect no west end type of shows these are very loud but the children like them so that's all that matters. Overall we had a fantastic holiday with our family and grandchildren and we would not have missed it for the world, it is not the type of holiday that we would do now but would not hesitate to book again.More
Lovely family holiday!
We visited here in September/October 2015, never got round to writing a review until now but I thought it was definitely deserved as I know how much I look at reviews before booking somewhere. We had a lovely family apartment in the Ageean Village, great size, very clean and massive balcony it had all the facilities we needed for an all inclusive stay. The food was lovely and there was a choice for everyone, I'm very picky as well on quality of food. The Greek a l cartel we really enjoyed and the service was fantastic, unfortunately couldn't say the same about it the Mexican the man that served us was very sarcastic with my daughter who was only a year old at the time and the food wasn't up to much. Our only real complaint of the whole holiday. The area was lovely, we went into pathos harbour a couple of times... It's a good walk especially in the heat but we really enjoyed going in. There is option of getting a taxi or the local bus service. The pools are lovely in this village, we spent most of our days by the lagoon pool and it was beautiful... It's such a shame this is now only for self catering. We went on the wave dancer excursion one evening and it was a fantastic experience, I would definitely recommend it! The staff were generally lovely and couldn't be more helpful around the holiday village, they were so friendly with my daughter as well and it always felt very genuine. All in all we had a fantastic stay here, we don't usually return to the same place twice but never say never! More
Returned on Wednesday from the aliathon, Had a fantastic time, from arriving and receiving the 1 bed deluxe room I had requested in the fishing village and being took to our rooms on the buggies, found the complex and rooms very clean and spacious and the air-con was a god send, the maids came in every day except Sunday and did a good job with the room!the pools were a little cool when we arrived but as the holiday went on they warmed up so that it didn't take your breath away when the water touched your stomach! The entertainment on an evening was ok but got very repetitive after 2 or 3 nights and was extremely loud, our own personal beach towels were pinched from our sunloungers one morning, upon speaking to reception we had to ask if they would ring housekeeping to try and track them down, with no luck with that they shrugged their shoulders and said somebody must have pinched them and that was that!! Now onto my biggest bug bear!! The food!! After reading reviews on trip advisor and being a member of the hotels Facebook group! Me and my other half were looking forward to some great food! Sadly this wasn't the case, the breakfast was repetitive and the snack bar at lunch was a write off if you didn't like chips and chicken nuggets! The pizzas were nice when freshly baked but again there's only so much of you can eat before it gets boring! In the evening some of the theme nights were ok, the tex mex and chef special was my favourite, the Asian was poor and pretty much the same desserts were served every night! My girlfriend is vegetarian and struggled with the food even more than I did, when she wanted a salad there was no onions or something was missing like cheese! We ended up goin out 4 nights for food and what we called a proper meal! I believe you shouldn't have to do that on AI holidays! Especially with the prices the aliathon charge! The Mexican and Greek a-la Carte restaurants were nice though! This didn't make up for the fact that the food was very poor overall! All in all though a lovely holiday, just a massive shame we feel the food let it down a lotMore
Absolutely amazing holiday!
This is by far one of the best hotels I've ever been to. The staff are so kind and helpful they will go the extra mile to help out, all of the reps are brilliant and the entertainment staff day and night are BRILL! We went as our first family holiday with a 4 year old and it was a perfect location. There is so much to do you just don't get bored. The 3 pools that we had use to were amazing and the kids club was great for our 4 year old also - he loved all the parties that they did! The food is gorgeous and a great variety and all the restaurant staff are so kind and chatty. The hotel is in a great location and only took us 20 minutes on coach from the airport which was great as it was very late at night. I would definitely recomend a holiday village for any families as it was perfect and we will definitely be going to another holiday village VERY soon! Thanks to all the staff for making it so great!! :)More
Cally S, 186355
Just returned from our Familymoon, stayed in the swim up accomodation near the bowling greens. Rooms are still brand new from last season and I have to say very very nicely done and laid out brilliantly for a family of 4, very comfortable with all the facilities you need. Swim up accommodation is about 500m away from the main restaurant and a little further from the main pools and entertainment areas. The only down side is you can't get a snack from the swim up pool bar which to be honest is strange considering you pay a little more than other guests for the use of these rooms yet other guests can easily get snacks etc without the hassle of getting dried and changed and hiking to the snack bars.... Also don't expect any poolside entertainment if your staying in the swim ups as you won't see any reps around that area. Food in the main pantheon restaurant is good but can be a little repetative for the kids.... Lots of choice for grown ups and the staff are brilliant and the restaurant is kept very very clean. Food vouchers are a good idea for the Greek and Mexican and we enjoyed the food but again the kids choices were limited and the same in both venues but not a spoiler! Kids clubs are great and hats off to the kids reps who work flat out to keep the bairns happy! Kids facilities are great with a play park a fantastic splashpool and good day and nightime entertainment. All in all a great place with great staff and great facilities! We will be returning next year! Thank you Aliathon!!More
cy d, 186394
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