The Hotel Louis Imperial Beach has location all sewn up. It’s right by the Med with a stretch of sand, and is in easy reach of bars, restaurants and the centre of Paphos.
Location is the star attraction at this place – it’s on a beach, it’s less than 5 minutes’ walk to a handful of restaurants and bars, and a 20-minute stroll will take you to the heart of Paphos.
Looks-wise, you can expect fresh and contemporary surroundings – from the bedrooms to the smart pool terrace.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board meals. A la carte dining at Mura Asian restaurant by Akakiko. Snacks. Ice-cream. Afternoon tea and cakes. Picnics on request.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including draught beer, wine, spirits, mineral water and juices 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Amoroza buffet restaurant
Amoroza offers breakfast and dinner buffet with children's buffet and themed evenings such as Mexican, international, Oriental, Cypriot and Italian. This place has a dress code, men are required to wear long trousers in the evening. And from June to September, in the warmer months long shorts and cropped trousers are also included.
2 outdoor pools
Sunbeds and parasols line the edge of the pools here, plus there's a bar just a few steps away. Towels are available with a voucher from reception.
The hotel staff have bags of entertainment and activities for the little ones to enjoy. It's for ages 4-12, open 6 days a week.
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Family Room with Sea View, Partition and Balcony
These family rooms include a partition, which is fixed open and a balcony for extra outdoor space.
Double Room with Sea View and Balcony
These double rooms come with a balcony, that offer sea views. They have a sofa bed. Plus, you'll also find air-con, and a flatscreen TV included.
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Not for the younger generation!
Arrived at the hotel. Looked like it was built in the 80's and not touched since! Entertainment Butlins style at best, bingo every night at 5€a ticket ! No entertainment by the pool... music was all traditional, nothing current, nothing to do for kids over the age of 4 ! Only one main restaurant to eat and one al a carte. We paid a lot more that last years holiday to Turkey where we had 5* food,entertainment,luxury 2 bed apartment. Disappointed is not the word. What a waste of money! More
A LOVELY PLACE TO CELEBRATE OUR GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Just come back from a 7 nights stay at the Louis Imperial. We decided on this hotel because of the good reviews and have stayed in Louis Hotels both in Cyprus and Corfu and knew we would be well looked after. We arrived late in the evening. The porter took our cases to the room on the 1st floor and must say we were slightly disappointed not being on a higher floor. We paid extra for a sea view and I had e-mailed the hotel requesting a high floor quiet room but realised it is a matter of what is available at the time. After we unpacked we were able to get something eat and drink. The room was okay but not as modern as we thought it would be and had a connecting door which meant we could hear the conversations of our neighbours. The food was good and always hot. The hotel seems to cater mainly for the English appetite. In the evening you are shown to a table either inside or out on the terrace which is something we always like. We never found a problem getting a sunbed at any time during the day and we mainly used the ones on the beach because of the lovely cooling breeze. You are never without a drink as the staff keep coming round to top up your glass. Alice Mary and Petar were absolute stars, always friendly and cheerful. Most of the staff were lovely with the exception of a couple but we thought these might be new to the hotel and finding their feet. The Louis Imperial attracted mainly older people and it is not surprising that many were repeat guests which was plain to see when they first arrived at reception and were greeted as old friends. The hotel had weddings most weekdays and only once did we see a problem with someone having too much to drink but this was quickly dealt with. The Imperial is in a central location with a lovely walk to the harbour one way and a fairly new church the other way. We had a special table with champagne and flowers on the evening of our milestone anniversary and a lovely chocolate cake with candles. We did watch the entertainment a couple of times which was just about okay but preferred to sit in the upstairs terrace chatting to other guests. The hotel we thought was better suited to couples and singles rather than families and having stayed at the Phaethon a few years back felt this catered more for children because of the on site water slides although it is a little further out but still very good and there is a frequent bus service. All in all we are glad we tried the Imperial although it is not as modern as some of the hotels along the promenade and if we are really honest it did not have the wow factor that we were expecting but we felt very safe there and were well looked after and enjoyed our stay and from our experience any Louis hotel you choose you will not be disappointed.More
Lyn W, 190727
Hotel could do with a refurb-but OAP's love it.
arrived early evening and noticed how old this hotel is - really tired looking in my opinion. The hotels seems to be very popular with the pensioners at this time of year but they dont cause any mischeif!. The food is of a very good quality. Drinks - brands could be a lot better but served poolside by George and Harry in the adult pool- TOP BLOKES!!!. annoyed that safe boxes are chargeable - as others have mentioned. Entertainment whether down to time of year was pretty poor tbh. I paid a lot of money for this holiday - was it value for money - no, but that said it was a very good holiday.More
Quality with a friendly outlook.
After another thoroughly enjoyable holiday at the Imperial Beach I can honestly say that the service and hospitality is as good as ever. On our arrival we were greeted with friendly faces and a welcome we have not experienced anywhere else. The staff make you feel valued and are genuinely interested in how your holiday is going. The food again was of excellent quality and plenty of choice to suit all tastes. The beach and gardens are both well kept and the beach beds now have signs to indicate that they are for guests only, which is a good idea as previously beds have been used by the general public. The bar staff still work so hard in ensuring you are not without drinks either when you are on the beach or in the bar. It was lovely to see the same friendly faces (Maria, Andrea,Joanne and Petar) to name a few. The restaurant team are always attentive and are on hand should you need any assistance. We would thoroughly recommend the Imperial Beach to anyone looking for a relaxing holiday with good food, friendly staff and a lovely location. We will be returning in 2018.More
val l, 187051
We have just returned from the Louis Imperial and had a wonderful time. As said in previous reviews clientel are mainly very elderly maybe because of the time of the year however there was some young family's and like us some on the younger side of 60. Staff excellent food very good ,better than some hotels we've been to. Entertainment could be a lot better however if it wasn't for Gez and Reece it would have been dire ,they are a comedy act in their own although they probably don't realise it,they are great with the daytime activitys they are trying very hard to get better acts at the hotel in the evenings,as they have not been at the resort that long. Rich also works hard as well and has his own Michael Jackson tribute act which is ok he could do with a couple of backing dancers to perfect his act (hopefully he will take this as positive) The fire show done by the entertainments manager Alphonso is ok but don't need to see this every week as gets boring once you have seen this (should only be done once every two weeks,we have stayed in the Louis Phaethon down the road last year and show exactly the same, perhaps you need to change it up a bit) As the entertainment manager you need to try and work better with your staff as I don't think you realise what a great group of lads you have there. We met some lovley people who helped make our holiday ,Michael and Cath who we had some great nights and Kev, Laura and Jenny who we played games with during the daytome and spent a couple of evening with (You guys are great on the Karaoke )Hope to see you all again. Overall a great holidayMore
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