This one’s a winner with families, thanks to a range of pools, plenty for kids, and a beach on the doorstep.
As the name suggests, this hotel caters well for children. They get their own pool, a selection in the buffet, a kids’ club and a playground. For everyone else, there’s a main pool and a good entertainment line-up.
In terms of location, it’s in a quiet spot by a small rocky beach. There are shops and bars about 5 minutes’ walk away, while a 10-minute drive will get you to Paphos harbour.
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First Choice Kids' Clubs from May to October*
The hotel-run clubs are specially designed to cater for different age groups, for ages 4-8 and 9-11 years. All sorts of activities for children are offered, from painting to video games. If they have any energy left they can finish their day off in the mini-disco.
The pool is a generous size, with tall palms decorating the surrounding gardens. Sunbeds and parasols are provided along the terrace.
Right next to the main pool, the kids pool is shallower in depth making it ideal for young swimmers.
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1 bedroom apartment with sea view and balcony
These light and spacious 1 bedroom apartments come with a sea view and a balcony for that extra room outdoors. They include a lounge and kitchenette for that home-from-home feel, plus, a double bedroom, a child bed, an extra bed, and air-conditioning.
studio with sea view and balcony
These studio apartments are a great base for local exploration and come with a sea view and a balcony, for that extra space outside. They include a lounge area and kitchenette for that home-from-home feel, plus, you'll get a double bed, an extra bed and child's bed, and air-conditioning.
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2 part review!
We were booked into the St. George next door but due to a cock up with the room type we ended up in this apart- hotel. I'll go with the positives....we ended up in a 2 bedroomed apartment with a massive terrace but as another review said, never cleaned the terrace so you came out of the shower, watched the amazing sunset and your feet were black and gritty...minor point but annoying. The room itself was spacious with a large dining table, kitchenette, adequate bathroom with bath and shower over and 2 large bedrooms. Very dated and needs an upgrade when compared with next door but it is cheaper so you get what you pay for. Reception staff were lovely and a lot more polite than next door. We never ate at this one as we had the all inclusive bands for next door but the restaurant looked small and there was only one for the whole place so would have been manic in main season. Smallish pool but clean and tidy. Access to the whole beach area as next door so you share the same facilities as the more expensive one so that is a positive. Have a look at the review for the St.George if you want any more info but generally an average sort of place.PS. Wifi very annoying as we had to get a new password every time we logged on and there were 3 of us so a bit of a bind.More
Nice late Summer Break
We have stayed here twice before. We are not into the entertainment, but we find its a great base for exploring the Island. Tends to be older people or family groups. Staff very friendly and helpful and we had no problems with our stayMore
Just got back from an amazing week
Just returned from an amazing week at this hotel. The high points were the amazing view, such friendly staff, spotlessly clean, and amazing food, then to top it all the hotel has its own sheltered little cove so swimming in the sea was possible in an area with very few beaches. Overall a great findMore
Phillip H, 186262
We stayed here for my sisters wedding in October. Reception always helpful. We had four rooms between us. These ranged from a penthouse suite for two with hot tub, a two bed family room for 6 and one bed family room for 4. All had sea view. Lots of steps and lifts and rooms in odd levels but once you get you're bearings it's fine. Rooms made up daily, fresh towels each day and pool towels included - kitchen area with fridge, kettle, cooking rings etc also a hairdryer. Safe â¬5 refundable deposit. Wifi â¬10 a week for two devices. I had to input code every time I went on it, some people didn't, all used iPhones/iPads. The nearer to reception you were the faster it was. We had a large balcony on the top floor with impressive sea view, which was never cleaned and collected sooty dust from somewhere so walking around in it brought a mess indoors (and very dirty feet!). Two chairs on balcony not enough for room for 6 and also no airer or clothes line to dry swim wear and towels (there was ample room!) as we were on the top floor we were wary of hanging things over the rails and losing something and it dropping on the dirty floor. Lots of storage space and air con in all rooms. TV as well but only one English Channel, world news! Beds were comfy but sofa beds rock hard! Pool area fantastic plenty of beds near pool or on grassed area looking out to sea and plenty of seats near pool bar and food nice, special mention to Stella! Very quiet when we were there, only thing that could improve the pool is a slide! Food - like said very quiet when we were there and food very predictable. It was nice and well cooked. But very samey. Nothing of any spice/heat plenty of meat and veg options rice/potatoes/pasta and kids corner. Chips were often very hard. Plates cleared quickly. Always somewhere to get something to eat and drink. Bar in reception have proper glasses - pool area plastic glasses. Wedding took place in a marquee near the beach, between this and the next door st George hotel. That hotel is much grander and posher and busier. I preferred this one by far! They made up a long wedding table at dinner for us all to sit together which was nice. Sea lagoon was lovely with little bridge out to get you over the rough rocks. Really warm with little fish. Fabulous sunsets to watch too. We caught a bus from the main road a few days, into harbour one way â¬1.50 and to coral bay beach the other way. We went to a water park at Laura beach hotel 5 min walk away (next to bus stop) 5 big slides all day for â¬10 adult and â¬8 children (in October). Spent a lovely day there as went back to our hotel for lunch then went back. Also supermarket and restaurants on main road, aweful smell of drains on leaving the hotel but never smelt it within hotel grounds. No night entertainment while we were there but we could go next door to watch there's and use their bar on an evening, was very busy and hard to get sat down so only went twice tended to stay in reception as we were a large group. All in all I would return, I enjoyed how quiet it was, but the food could be jazzed up a bit, never wanted for anything but just not very exciting.More
Mr & Mrs Ashdown
The accommodation was very clean & the staff were extremely friendly. It would be great to have more variety at meals & food which went together. Even though the meat was cooked differently each day you could predict what was on the menu. Downside was having to go over to the sister hotel for the night entertainment. Noticed that guests from the sister hotel were served drinks at the pool bar which I didn't think was allowed. Could do with some background music in the patio area by the night bar. The only downside was towards the end of the holiday we were invaded by Russians who were extremely rude which may stop us from staying here again - not that this is the hotel's fault. WARNING DO NOT USE Chris & Miranda Rentals (situated at the top of the road) as their vehicles are unsafe & they will rip you off. A couple of pictures attached which was the view from our room situated at the side of the hotel.More
Kathleen A, 186312
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