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.
The hotel recently has a revamp, so everything’s in tip-top shape – bedrooms, for example, all have sleek new furniture and smart bathrooms.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board meals. Buffet in Mura Asian restaurant. 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 Greek, 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 deposit.
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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double room with inland view and balcony
These light, contemporary double rooms come with a balcony, for that added outdoor space. Plus, you'll also find air-con and a flatscreen TV.
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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Amazing special holiday
Can truly say this is one of the best hotels and overall holiday we have ever had,from the moment you walk in the door until the day you leave you are made to feel like a friend rather than a tourist, the staff are fantastic,friendly,warm and nothing is to much trouble the drinks and selection of food is out of this world and the hotel is spotless and the views from the beach and surrounding areas are amazing especially the sun set wow wow wow !!! overall what a wonderful amazing place to visit and can say we will be back very soon thank you for a holiday of a lifetimeMore
Scott F, Grimsby, United Kingdom
We have recently returned from a two week stay booked with Thomson. We had requested a sea-view room, and were given room 225, which also overlooked the adultâs pool and tennis court. The room was spacious as was the bathroom. Plenty of drawer and shelf space, but the wardrobe was rather small. There was a mini-fridge and coffee making facilities. The balcony was very small, although the chairs were comfortable. Unfortunately, the room was located over the bar, which proved to be very noisy. We always carry ear-plugs when travelling and these proved to be necessary. The hotel was built about twenty four years ago, and it really shows in the restaurant and theatre. The restaurant was on the ground floor with a very dark entrance and no ambience whatsoever. The food was ok, but nothing special and the menu was repeated on a weekly basis. The empire ballroom was awful, very much like a cheap community hall which meant we only went once for the entertainment. The outside area was very spacious with plenty of sun-beds and lots of space around the pools and in the garden areas, which led to a small beach and a safe area for swimming. There was also a drinks service so no need to leave the sun-lounger. We booked the hotel after reading the comments on tripadvisor, but were disappointed. The towels were old, worn and on three occasions badly stained. On the last bed-linen change a pillow case was coming apart at the seam. The cleaning could have been much better, with the edges of the room not touched in the time we were there. A similar story also, in some of the public areas. (I itched to clean and polish the glass in the reception area). There were many return guests, but it didnât work for us. We had a great holiday but would not return to this hotel.More
h0bbsie, Colchester, United Kingdom
Good hotel, shame about the entertainment
Stayed at the Louis Imperial Beach last week in October for the half term holiday. All in all, the hotel is good but a little bit dated in certain areas. The staff are all excellent and can't do enough to please you. The standard of the food and drink is good, however, there was only the main restaurant available for lunch, no poolside snack bar like the brochure said. The hotel was generally very clean but pool area was never washed down, just a brief sweep up which left some areas dirty. The position of the hotel is great, right on the beach with extensive grounds and only a short walk into Paphos. We had a family room which we found to be very small with a lack of storage space, especially for the empty suitcases. It was a nice touch to have the complimentary soft drinks in the fridge. Air conditioning was very good but no choice of English tv channels on the tv. The big downside at this hotel is the entertainment.. It is dreadful!! I know that it was the last week of the summer season but it was the school holidays so you would have thought the hotel would have put some effort into providing good entertainment for the families, especially the children. There was no atmosphere at all, both daytime around the pool or in the evening. You only ever saw the entertainment manager in the evening when he did his quiz and bingo in a room that resembled a working men's club. The daytime and the evening mini disco was left to a young English boy and girl who had only been there for 3 weeks and had no experience at all. I did not see anything for adults around the main pool. I think there was some form of daytime adult entertainment but nobody advertised this or tried to get you to join in. We stayed at the Sentido Cypria Bay, Paphos for two weeks in August and everything at that hotel was first class with amazing entertainment. As the hotel was only a short walk away, we went to see whether it was any different with it being the end of the season. We were welcomed with open arms, offered food and drinks and an invite to the evening entertainment. Everything was still amazing there including the entertainment, which was slightly lower key to the summer but still lots of daytime activities and a full evening show in a proper disco/ballroom. For Halloween, they decorated the whole hotel, the evening meal was Halloween themed, lots of Halloween games and even a haunted house.. If the Cypria Bay can do it, why can't the Imperial Beach?? I've given the hotel 4 stars as there isn't an option for 3.5 The Imperial Beach Entertainment Manager should visit the Sentido Cypria Bay to see how it is done to 5 star standards. More
karl s, Derby, United Kingdom
This is a beautiful hotel set only a 15 minute walk from Paphos harbour. Room is very spacious with everything you need mini bar restocked daily towels changed when you wanted and maid cleaned room every day. Food in the restaurant is exceptional probably the best choice of food in any hotel we have stayed at and staff in restaurant are pleasant and couldn't, do enough for you. Entertainment was hit and miss but Michael Buble tribute was by far the best. Outside areas are kept exceptionally clean and you get waiter service so you don,t even have to move from your sunbed. All staff in this hotel work very to make your holiday enjoyable and we would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone and we will definitely be returning to this hotel, once again thank you for making our holiday so enjoyable.ignore most of the negative reviews has we found no problems and most of the residents keep coming back year after year.More
Stephen M, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
Great hotel - lousy entertainment
Great location, 15-20 minute walk along the pleasant coastal path to the busy harbour area. Food was plentiful, fairly varied and has excellent dining room staff. The staff are pro active looking for someone to serve - we were there in November (but the hotel was full because of the Sharm / Egypt situation) so no reason to believe they will not be as efficient during the peak holiday weeks. Only 3 things let this hotel down. 1/ The main bar near reception. They deliberately stop waitress service and disappear from the bar around 11.30 til midnight (I suspect because all inclusive does not apply to drinks after midnight). Bar closes at 1am. The barman is in the wrong job. he is not a people person. Not rude but awkwardly unhelpful. 2/ The entertainment is bad. The acts booked were complete amature karaoke enthusiasts (apart from the Neil Diamond guy who puts on a professional performance. 3/ The animation team I believe have only been together 3 weeks so lets hope they improve - they deserve a chance. However, we were dreading winning the bingo as it seems it is compulsory to sit on the compares knee to receive your prize. I have no problem with gay but I do have a problem with camp and innuendo and it made us feel very uncomfortable. Room service was excellent. Reception.check-in excellent. Wi-fi limited to reception area. Safe in room is chargeable. All this said, I would recommend this hotel and I just hope the management pay heed to these comments.More
Steve S, London, United Kingdom
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