The Laura Beach & Splash Resort has a top-notch waterpark, plus it's had a recent refurb – think revamped rooms and a spruced up pool area.
This hotel has cherry-picked some awesome slides for its waterpark, like the white-knuckle Boomerango and a whopping great Super Bowl.
Inside, the décor’s fresh and modern, thanks to a recent refurb. And you’re right by the sea, with a small, sand-and-shingle beach a couple of minutes’ walk away.
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Holidays with unlimited waterpark access
- Kids' clubs at selected hotels
- Unlimited access to a first-rate waterpark
- Around-the-world destinations
- Slides to suit different ages and tastes
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Snacks 10.30-12.00 and 15.00-17.45. Local ice-cream for children in restaurants during meal and snack services. Sandwiches 22.00-23.00.
Select local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-23.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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You're in for a treat at the onsite waterpark here. There are some big-name slides to get excited about like the Tornado Bowl and the Crusador. And don't forget the high-speed Kamikaze Free Fall. You've also got the Multilane Mat Racer and the Float Side where you can whizz your way round on inflatables.
And just so you know, you need to be 130cm plus to use the slides here, and at least this height and over the age of 6 to use the Wave Pool. There's an activity pool for under 12s, and little ones from 2 years can make a splash in the Toddlers' Pool. The waterpark is open May to October.
Featuring a pool bar, surrounded by gardens and palms.
Fontana buffet restaurant
The buffet restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch with live cooking stations as well as a pizza oven.
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twin room with sea view and balcony or terrace
Soft neutral tones give an inviting feel to these sleek and modern twin rooms. They come enhanced with sea views and feature air-conditioning - from May to October, satellite TV and Wi-Fi. There's also a balcony or terrace for that bit of outside space. These sleep 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
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Could be better!
Stayed at Laura beach in October 2016. hotel rooms need up dating, and are very small ,we are a family of 5 and in one room with 3 people it was very cramped. Food very good Staff friendly and helpful More
Mum and 2 kids
I have fond memories of this holiday as we had a spectacular sea view room and the weather was gorgeous. If I think too hard about the food and entertainment I want to give the place 2or3 stars instead of 4, as the food was truly terrible and the entertainment low on fun. But if I concentrate on the view of the sunset over the sea from my balcony, the memories of sunbathing by the pool, and the memories of the slides in the on site water park, I'm a extremely happy lady, and so were my kids. I would book here again in a flash IF they got in new chefs.....they really seriously need to do that. My tips: 1.ask for a high floor sea view! :) 2.Get an Indian head massage/back massage in the spa. More
Upon check in, we initially found rude staff who could barely speak English. In the morning we had our welcome netting and met some hotel staff that were very helpful. There is a very deep adults pool beside a bar and a kids pool area with a swim up bar...except the water was only as deep as your ankles when you were standing there. Like all other holiday resorts I've known, there's those people who leave their rooms at 3am to claim a sun lounger - however there are lots to go round. The room slept 3 with a huge double bed and a smaller camp bed type thing against the window. Maids were in every morning and kept it very clean - we even got some sweets when they'd made our beds. There are tonnes of activities for kids and teens. The evening entertainment and food menus worked in a two week rotation so if you stay longer than 2 weeks then you're going to have to see some stuff twice. The waterpark was a huge let down as the biggest slide was having maintenance done on it while we were there. It had been like this for months already and no one was sure when it would be back on. There were very few other slides. There was a small play park looking thing with jets for younger kids but this might not keep them occupied for as long as you'd hoped. The greatest let down was the food. It was just awful and we are not fussy easters. Things that were meant to be hot were cold and the cold things were hot. Almost none of it had signs on it to tell you what the food actually was or what it had in it so it was mostly a guessing game. We found ourselves eating from the kids trays in the end which was chicken nuggets or fish fingers and smiley fingers. We'd fill up on chips afterwards. Eating takes up a huge proportion of your day whilst on holiday - more than you'd think. A few days in and we were already dreading going for lunch or dinner. I feel your kids drink slush puppies, it'll cost you â¬2-2.50 for a tiny cup and it's not even proper slush. Overall, the staff were helpful and the hotel was clean. Entertainment was entertaining and we managed to get a 52% discount when booking so for the price we paid it wasn't too bad. Had I paid full price though, it would've been been a much more annoyingly hotel. You can get a bus right outside that takes you into paphos. Once you're in paphos, buy a week pass. The bus tickets costs Â£1.50 each way but works out much cheaper if you buy a week pass.More
A Must! Even just for the location
Had an amazing week at this hotel Perfect location, 10min bus ride either side to Coral Bay & Harbour. GET THE BUS!! So cheap and so easy, they're every 10minutes. Hotel is definitely geared up for kids however, I'm still in my 20's and the water park was amazing! Staff were amazing, so genuine and helpful. Rooms, lovely! You HAVE to ask for a sea view, it's worth staying at this hotel for that alone! It made my holiday opening up the curtains to a beautiful view! They have a lovely manmade beach area at the bottom of the walkway, it has steps down to the water, it's stoney but just beautiful! It was my favourite sunbathing spot! October weather was just beautiful between 28/30 and trust me you will get a tan One piece of advice, make sure you prep for mosquitoes!!! I didn't and still regret it! Food & Drink - standard all inclusive (make your own toasties in the afternoon tho! Deffs plus point) There is also a sports bar (it's more of a pub/bar) 5min walk away and I swear the food is amazing!! I have written a proper review for them) show all the games and do a PROPER full English and also bacon, eggs & avocado toast... just amazing! Can't recommend highly enough. I loved it and will return. Feel free to ask me any questions if you need any advice More
Niqui S, 187069
We stayed as a family of 4 for the last 10 days of opening in October, whether this had an impact on the holiday I am unsure but as much as I adore Paphos I certainly would not recommend this hotel. For starters we booked an executive suite, which cost us an additional Â£700 on top of the cost of the holiday, which would not have been a problem but the room wasbasic... hardly an storage at all... a couple of cupboards but hardly any drawer space. The food was really quite horrid, we spent a lot of money going out to restaurants as we just couldn't stomach the food, a costly exercise on top of everything else. Also as far as the 'all inclusive' was concerned, when you are having to pay extra for slushies and certain cocktails then this is hardly an all inclusive.. I have never been to an all inclusive where there were so many uninclusive drinks. Also the hotels inability to deal with a very drunk 'regular' customer was really quite disturbing... the man attacked two children... throwing and hitting a 10 year old with a big rock and pushing another child in to two other children... it was an extremely upsetting experience for the children... the police refused to attend as it was a public holiday and the hotel refused to give any details about the man whatsoever so it couldn't be reported upon our return home. Really shocking and this obviously had an impact on our holiday. I really would not recommend this hotel, there are plenty of lovely hotels in PaphosMore
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