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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Full Board meals. A la carte dining at Mura Asian restaurant by Alkakiko. 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.
All are included except where indicated.
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.
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.
These contemporary family rooms come with a balcony, that offers sea views. They have space for four and there's a partition that separates the double bedroom from the sofa-beds. Plus, you'll also find tea and coffee facilities and a flatscreen TV.
Stayed from July 14th to 21st and had a great time, Cyprus and its people are really great, was nice to be able to walk around the shops without getting hassled (People of Turkey and Egypt take note) We were able to browse happily and spent way more than when a "too eager beaver" is breathing down your neck. Polite invitations to go in when passing restaurant's but nothing too pushy. Paphos is not huge but plenty of things to keep you occupied, the Kings Avenue shopping centre is very modern and ok to visit once, but prices are generaly more expensive that the UK. the old market however is well worth a visit lots of bargains, friendly welcoming people, generally great to spend a few hours around. The Town itself however is a real mess due to all the road works getting ready for next year, they are everywhere. By the way if you take a Taxi and the driver tells you the market and Town is closed don't believe them, it is all open they just don't like being held up in the traffic, we took a bus in the end. Normally I avoid buses like the plague but these are great, air conditioned easy to work out which one you want and very cheap. The Louis Imperial, not much I can add to what has been said before, this hotel is made special by the Management and staff who work so hard and with a smile. Thanks everyone you made our holiday special. The food is very, very good indeed, I have stayed at The Atlantis in Dubai (Twice) Sensatori in Egypt, and many more four and five star hotels, the Louis beats all of them on the quality, hygiene and replenishment of the food. It was excellent. Waiter service bringing you drinks around the pool, beach, gardens during the day was also brilliant. A special mention to the Muro Asian restaurant at the Hotel, the food was amazing as was the service, my partner got a tad tipsy thanks to the constant drinks offers. Well done guys. Overall I can't fault the hotel, its not the best looking I have ever been in, but it is clean and well looked after. WIFI is, as has been mentioned a bit sketchy and at 15 euros not very good value, charging another 12 euros for the safe is a bit much as well. The entertainment team work really hard during the day and evenings and we really enjoyed the shows, the dancers and the female vocalist are very good indeed. I do hate to say this but the entertainments manager (sorry can't remember his name) is trying too hard, shouting a lot is annoying (ask Chris Evans) calm down a bit fella, you have a good show, don't spoil it by getting too excited. Overall one of the best and most relaxing holidays I have had, for a bit of excitement I recommend the Surf and Turf trip, great off roading and some nice places visited. The Blue lagoon is beautiful. Well done again Louis Imperial Beach, we will be back.More
So, where do I start. We arrived at the hotel at approximately 9.20pm and were very impressed . The receptionist was extremely helpful and even arranged for us to have something to eat in the restaurant even though it was about to close! We then went back to reception to be check in and were offered some champagne, lovely touch. We had upgraded to a double room with sea/pool view and it was well worth it. The room was clean and spacious. The hotel had three pools but we only used the 'adult' pool. Never a problem with getting beds around the pool. Regular waiter/waitress service around the pool too - very welcome indeed. ALL staff friendly, helpful and professional at all times, particularly Maria in the bar. The restaurant was clean and there was an excellent variety of food. Again, the service was impeccable. Excellent spa, which my husband made the most of. Good entertainment each night. The only negative thing was that the beach wasn't great but that was no reflection on the hotel. We will definitely be going back but maybe in September next time, and will definitely recommend it to family and friends.More
Debra W, 528793
We come to the Louis Imperial for a wedding (that wasn't held at the hotel), we were a big group of about 30+. The day of travelling was a nightmare, we were delayed for 2 hours at Bristol due to bagage strikes at Paphos so were diverted to Larnica and then arrived at the hotel after a 2 hours coach journey, that is the worst part of the holiday over, now for the good parts. When we arrived at the hotel we were greeted by a lovely chilled class of champagne, just what I need :). Due to us being a big group I expected check in to be a nightmare but I could not have been more wrong, check in went nice a smoothly and we were given our room keys, information about the hotel and Paphos. The room was big, spacious and nice and cool with the aircon on. We had a lovely sea view which was just amazing. We were All Inclusive for the 2 weeks that we were there and I can not fault the hotel for it's food, there was just so much to choose from that I was having 3 courses for lunch and dinner, you do not want to know how much I put on, but was worth it. The staff at the hotel were very friendly and couldn't do enough for you. I didn't have to move from my sunbed or chair to get a drink. The hotel had an adults only pool, thank god, as by the second week the family pool and childrens pool was very loud. The adults pool is a dream, it was quiet, the pool was warmed by the sun, spent quite alot of time in this pool as it was ever so hot. The rooms were cleaned every day and the cleaning lady was very friend and polite. The only down side I have about the hotel is the evening entertainment, I do think that the shows they out on themselves should change every two weeks and we saw the same show each week, so we went and ventured out side the hotel. Great hotel, would go back again but only for a week and probably not in July.More
Victoria A, 186220
Stayed for ten nights as part of a wedding party the staff were truly exceptional and nothing was too much trouble,rooms were impressive and spotless mini fridge filled everday, food was really nice and fresh plenty of choice for adults and children ,the dessert section looked liked something out of willie wonkas choc factory ,waiter service around the pool and even on the beach fantastic ,the only downside was the Â£15.00 for the wi fi per device which was erratic at best Fantastic hotel though definitely reccomend xxMore
we stayed here for the 3rd year running from 16th to 23rd July, we like it here as we know what a great quality hotel this is.. Well run, fantasticly friendly hard working staff and the food is high quality restaurant class food.. best I've had in any hotel.. everywhere is clean and well maintained. The main bar could do with some atmosphere, regular music would be nice and it feels a bit like a club (could do with a bit of a refurb).. but the bar staff work hard so you always have a drink. my only other gripe this year was the entertainment in the evening, it was extremely poor. the entertainment team work hard but have some big shoes to fill after the previous manager (David) left, and it felt very amateurish. I heard lots of people saying the same. Don't get me wrong this is a fixable issue and so I would still give the overall holiday 9/10.. would I go back again? oh yes!More
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