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
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages'
- 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
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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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aegean village family room with pool view
fishing village aegean village studio with balcony or terrace
The village studio comes with a balcony or terrace, kitchenette, air-conditioning and a lounge area.
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I came and stayed here with my mum and dad for a weeks all inc. food, rooms and pool were all brilliant. We had two al la cartÃ¨ meals which were both very nice. Bus stop is just outside the hotel and the service is very good. Location is spot on. Ideal for small families, couples and friends away for a few days-week. The drinks were all very good too More
Great stay we were in swim up suite. Great weather. Great staff. Especially Alex. Me and my wife want to go again. No issues what so ever. Everything we needed was within walking distance. Facilities were great. Food was great. Tried new things. More
Enjoyed our stay here
Stayed here during the Easter holidays, expected it to be packed but it was surprisingly quiet for the first few days, gradually getting busier. Always found sun beds without any difficulty, pool was freezing but it was the end of March so to be expected really! Really nice & spacious apartment, lovely & clean as was the whole holiday village. Fabulous activities for the kids, my daughter loved the swim academy & kids club, wanted to go to every session on every day! Just a minutes walk to the bus stop & there was a great bus service into paphos with all its fascinating & historical sites, then onto coral bay where we found a nice clean beach (quite small) & lovely clear sea. Food was decent, very much what you'd expect from a place which caters for lots of holiday makers, plenty of variety & always something for our fussy 5 year old to eat. Didn't join in much with the evening entertainment as it wasn't really our cup of tea. All in all, we really enjoyed our holiday & would return.More
Excellent 2nd visit :-)
Following an enjoyable short break to the Aliathon Holiday Village on the 30th April 2016, (see previous review) with my 4 year old son, I returned again on 23rd June2016, my mum came too. This visit was even better than the first! The staff were very welcoming as they recognised us from our earlier visit. I requested a pool view, 1st floor in the fishing village, the room was more than adequate for our needs. We arrived late at night and a card a bottle of wine was left for my mum, as it was her birthday. We spent most days at either the fishing village pool or the splash park, we were not up particularly early and did not have any trouble getting sun beds. We could not fault the food at all, there was something for everyone. We really enjoyed the pool party and movie nights. Overall we had a fantastic holiday and we were really sad to go home :-( I will definitely return again this year, if I can get a good price in the school holidays.More
Charlotte A, 186402
Enjoy it but not the best holiday village
Got back from this holiday village and have to say although we had a nice time we were a little disappointed, what saved this holiday for us was the swim up suite.Really nice rooms only looks a couple of years old , English sockets so you don't need adaptors, although the power must have gone off about 4 times a day very annoying. Maria who runs the swim up bar is lovely and so helpful.Hotel grounds are kept very nice, always tidy and colourful with all the flowers and fruit trees. You get 2 visits per week to both the Greek and Mexican restaurants both were very nice and the staff very friendly.If you got more visits we would have eaten there every night. Now for the disappointing things firstly the main restaurant was quite frankly awful it was tea time with the chimps! kids running all over unattended picking up food tasting it and putting it back (I know this was the parents fault not the hotel) but still not pleasant. The cleaning staff were really annoying sweeping round you while you eat i felt like i was in there way. It was a case of get in and get out you couldnt enjoy a nice relaxing meal and quite frankly I couldn't wait to get out. We were their for 2 weeks from 17th Oct first week was better food wise, by the second week they took about 50% of the food options away as the hotel was quite (even though it was the school holidays) they then replaced the hash browns at breakfast with chips!!! Although we paid for all inclusive we ate out 7 nights out of the 14. You could just tell everything was going to close down soon the staff couldn't be bothered that goes for the first choice staff as well most of them were going home the second week. Second week which was school holiday and by thursday it was a ghost town.Went for a massage in the hotel is was â¬60 for 40 Mins and I only got 30 Mins they count the time you fill the forms in as your time even though I went early. Agree with other comments about the drinks diet pepsi was undrinkable even my 7 year old said it was horrible and tasted like rolacola. We actually bought drinks and put them in the fridge.My other major bug bare was the foreign "travel agents" aprox 8 times during our holiday the hotel management brought groups of 20-30 people on a tour of the hotel they would stand by the swim up suites staring and taking photos it became quite annoying, this I found out was the hotel trying to sell holidays to other travel companies world wide.There were quite a few weddings in the hotel while we where their the small english weddings didnt really interfere with our holiday but they held a couple of large cypriot weddings and they were massive close to 1000 guests and it was all staff on deck for them you could tell the hotel guests were taking second place during these times but i guess the hotel was making a fortune from these weddings.i dont know if this hotel is any better in peak season but it was abit of a let down in October the weather was perfect and the swim up room saved it for us but been to better holiday villages. Would go back to cyprus but not this hotel.More
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