This massive, village-style complex packs in loads of sports and activities, a triple helping of restaurants, and a splash park. Oh, and the biggest swimming pool in Cyprus…
The scene-stealer here is the pool – it’s the island’s biggest. And it sits opposite a splash park with slides and a huge pirate ship. If you’d rather swim in the sea, you’re 5 minutes’ walk from the beach.
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 family holiday
- 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
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages
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
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
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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Studio sleeps up to 3 with a kettle, microwave, 2 electric hobs and a radio. Located within the Aegean Village. Safety deposit boxes are available at an extra cost.
Superior studio sleeps up to 3 with a kettle, microwave, 2 electric hobs and a radio. Standard rooms, superior studios and apartments are located in the Aegean Village. Safety deposit boxes are available at an extra cost.
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Great place to spend your family vacation!
After reading the reviews on Zoover and Tripadvisor we had high expectations. That made us a little nervous. But there was absolutely no reason for. It was just as great as everyone had written. We stayed in the Aegan Village near the Lagoon pool with a 3 and a 5 year old.The food was great and all of the staff was friendly, always a smile for everyone. The first choice reps all spoke english and for not english speaking people sometimes they were hard to understand. Perhaps they could take into account that not everyone speaks that good english. It would make it more fun for us to go to the entertainmentvenue at night. All good things have been said by others and i don't think i have to tell again. You just have to experience it yourself, you won't be disappointed. We definitely will go back to Aliathon!More
Geselleke, Roosendaal, The Netherlands
Overall we enjoyed our holiday, we had the deluxe apartment in the fishing village which was quiet and as the beds were so comfortable we all had 2 weeks of good sleep. The food however was not so good, there was no variety and the food which was there wasn't very tasty, I would recommend the the hotel to visit the Phaethon for food, they have a much bigger selection. The hotel staff were so nice in particular Julie and Kooler! Such friendly faces at all times. The swimming pools looked stunning and very big however the main pool needs to be looked after and cleaned a bit more, a few tiles came loose and there was always rubbish at the bottom. Also when one of the children goes to the toilet in the pool, 3 hours is a bit excessive, I think they need a stronger solution, 3 times the pool was closed. There was also a number of sun beds broken which weren't checked by the hotel Lastly, when you get to your room there is a lovely note saying any towels on sunbeds before 8 am will be removed, this was music to my hears but unfortunately it was not worth the paper it was written on as the hotel do not remove any towels and you have to set the alarm to get a sunbed for approx 7am which is not good on holiday.More
We arrived back from Aliathon HV a few days ago and wish we were back there already. This being our first all inclusive family holiday we were a bit weary about what to expect, but can say our expectations were met if not better than what we expected. The staff at Aliathon are really good and nothing is too much trouble for them, if you have any complaints/queries approach them and it will be sorted. The food is amazing, plenty to choose from and always fresh. We had no trouble at all deciding what to eat. The grounds are well kept and very clean. First Choice staff do an amazing job entertaining the children throughout the day with various kids clubs, but ours were happy enough meeting new friends and spending all day in the pools. The only negative I have is the rooms, I feel these could be cleaner and updated, the cleaner comes in most days but the rooms could do with a good thorough clean after each family, the woodwork and floors are dirty and if you walk round the apartment bare foot your feet end up black!! This would not put me off returning to Aliathon, but I hope this is something that will be addressed as the more the rooms get used the dirtier they will become.More
A very nice hotel but some negatives considering the expense.
We stayed for 11 nights in August. Our room was lovely, a deluxe studio in the fishing village. Nice size, great balcony, but not much storage and the biggest problem being that the air con only worked if you were in the room (on sensors) so you would come in from a sweltering day and the room would be stuffy and not feel the benefit. Also the power worked by sensors so you would get to the other end of the room before the lights came on! This also meant that electrical devices such as phones wouldn't charge through the day. Reception were spoken to but we were told that it was because of energy efficiency and nothing could be done. The rooms were not cleaned great, beds were made but floors were not swept and mopped. My hair was all over the floor! Not really what you expect when paying so much money to stay somewhere. We were left a plate of fruit and bottle of wine as a welcome gift in the room on our arrival which was a nice touch. Later in the holiday we were also left a bottle of champagne in the room as it was our family honeymoon. This was very nice of the hotel. Food was outstanding. Plenty to choose from and not repetitive. Best All Inclusive I have been to. We had two meals out at nearby restaurants which were no where near as good as the hotel restaurants food! Getting drinks on a night was a problem if you didn't want to sit at the entertainment venue. There were a couple of nights we wanted quiet nights to just sit and play cards with the kids and friends but there was nowhere you could get drinks from other than entertainment venue which was quite a bit of a walk with hands full of drinks. I think the bar at the square should be open on an evening so people can sit there (it was only open on soft rock nights once a week) and the adult bar should let you take drinks out. All staff were extremely friendly at all times of day and night! The bar man on kids splash pool was great even when inundated with kids wanting ice cram after ice cream! Also Alex at the lagoon bar was just as good. Overall I would say it's a lovely resort, the holiday was great but there were some downfalls you wouldn't expect of a hotel like this. The staff did try very hard though and we had a lovely holiday.More
A great family hotel
We were recommended this hotel by several people and we're not disappointed. There are a couple of issues which I will detail but nothing that should over concern you. I dint the mark out of five difficult as it is not a 5/5 but neither a 4/5, somewhere in the middle. The accommodation: I believed that I had booked the fishing village and this was not the case, I am not saying that this area ticks all the boxes but it is the most recent and user friendly area. We were placed in the Aegean village which was the originally built accommodation, this is a quieter area of the complex and had some plus points but the first room we booked had not received the upgrades that some of the other rooms had received and was below par. In fairness the business manager intercepted my complaint and quickly moved us to an upgraded room which was excellent. This is however an issue that you don't want to be faced with when you arrive and if I had not been forthright enough, other people would have put up with the first room. The food: we had previously been spoilt with food at the Los Jameos Playa in Lanzarote and knew it had a hard act to follow, nevertheless the food was varied and to a good standard. When you go all inclusive of course you can tire of the variety, but I have to say that the chefs tried really hard and you could always find something to your taste. The jewel in the crown for this accommodation is the pool and recreation area accompanied by the reps who are tireless in keeping people entertained. The kids pool area is fantastic and allows parents to relax a little with non-swimming but active kids. The pool is shallow and has some fabulous apparatus with slides, water features and an occasional fountain bucket which causes hysteria with the kids (good hysteria!). The kids club was fabulous taking care of our 7 and 4 year old adequately and also giving the adults a break from time to time. The pools are brilliant with a really strict 'code brown' rule with which the hotel management rightly relaxed following feedback when the code brown was teeny! We ventured to coral bay beach which seemed like a step back when you're spoilt at the village but it was well worth the trip on a scorching day. All in all it was a fabulous holiday and was nearly a 5/5 experience but not quite. Highly recommended however and a big thanks to the staff.More
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