Hotel Louis Imperial Beach

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

Food

Full Board meals. Buffet in Mura Asian restaurant. Snacks. Ice-cream. Afternoon tea and cakes. Picnics on request.

Drink

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. Gentleman are required to wear long trousers in the evening.

Outdoor pool

Sunbeds with parasols line the edge of the pool and the bar is just a few steps away. Towels are available with a deposit.

Kids' club

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 sea view

Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with an extra bed. With safety deposit box at a charge.

double room

Double room sleeps up to 3 with an extra bed.

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Annual Holiday

The hotel has a great reputation for good food, good staff, nice location, All of this is true, the rooms are a good size and and rooms are clean and beds made early. The staff are friendly and welcoming there is a drink on your arrival, booking in is easy and you don't have to wait long for your cases to be brought up to your room. The food is very good with lots of choice. (One small issue for me! not everybody , they could work a bit on the pancakes and fried eggs) The evening meals are as good as anywhere in Paphos. 3 swimming pools nightly entertainment a big dance floor and plenty to do during the day.More

Kalvin F, Stowmarket, United Kingdom

Recent holiday

An excellent weeks holiday . We have over the years stayed here on a number of occasions and would recommend it . Staff are excellent food is more than adequate. Will definitely return in due course.PMore

Peter W,

Superb Location / Excellent Hotel

We have just returned from the Louis Imperial Beach hotel, and must say that the hotel met all of our requirements, we had a minor problem when we first checked in due to not being allocated the room we had booked but this was dealt with very efficiently. Now the positives, the location is defiantly the selling point of this hotel being situated right on the promenade walkway, which takes you directly into Paphos within a steady walk (approx) 20 minutes. The staff at the Imperial Beach work extremely hard in ensuring their guests enjoy every possible minute with nothing being to much trouble. From reception staff to the room cleaners and everyone in between there is no exception to this philosophy which is a credit to the Hotel Management team. Extra special thanks goes to Chef Yannis and Trainee manager Sokratif both of whom made our stay extra special. The selection of Hot & Cold buffet meals was superb with something to please even the most difficult palette taste, and if there wasn't which was doubtful the restaurant staff tried to oblige. All in all an excellent holiday which we were sad to end. More

Yorkie2015M, Driffield, United Kingdom

Pleasant stay

The hotel had only just re-opened and there were few guests initially but it soon filled up after a week. The rooms are a good size although the furniture is like poor Ikea, but ok. Comfy bed, kettle, decent TV but limited channels. Safe is 3 euros per day but there is an empty and free refrigerator which can be handy. Fruit and bottle of wine in room on arrival. Buffet food of a good standard with a daily roast(s). Last minute jobs were being carried out in the grounds around a new additional pool for adults only, plus a new kids play area. Site next door noisy because of large construction works. Location is just about right for a pleasant stroll in either direction along the sea front promenade. Travelled with Mercury - not much need for contact with rep. but hire cars via rep. are very good value at this time of year. After check-out, the courtesy room was a full bedroom which was appreciated - could even make a cup of tea before departure.More

mike_bielby, Wakefield, United Kingdom

a retirement village-don't go if your under 80

myself, sister and mother booked a week here with Thomson for a relaxing holiday on a sandy beach as we were recommended by the Thomson travel agents. we paid for and were promised a family room, with three single beds for three adults. we were given two singles and one small cot/ camp bed ideal for a small child. when we lay on this bed our feet dangled off by a foot. when we asked for a change of rooms to fit three adults, we were told by the lady on reception that "there is no point" as the hotel was full. so we asked them to put in a normal single bed like the other two we had already, which they did after several requests, not the welcome we should have received. The hotel and the whole resort is only catered towards the elderly, I would say 99% of guests and tourists were over the age of 70. I could count the number of people on one hand who were a bit younger. I don't have anything against elderly guests but when your told that its a hotel ideal for all ages i.e. families and couples, I would expect to see a mixture of people. It would be like sending a elderly couple of 80 years old on a 18-30 package holiday and hotel. we spoke to the staff, including animation team, waiters and management and they said that the resort attracted and catered for the elderly only. this was reflected in the atmosphere and facilities. Even my mother aged 68, felt out of place and very young! even though the hotel guests seemed nice and friendly we felt out of place, there was nothing for us to do there. the entertainment team seemed friendly and offered for us to play an old fashioned game of shuffleboard only. We informed our rep Charlotte whom suggested we visit Debenhams in Paphos as her solution. I will mention a waiter named 'Dimitar' who was so rude, he looked like he hated his job, he constantly huffed and puffed as he waited on guests. The brochure is misleading quoting " a blue flag stretch of sand". this is not true, the beach was builders sand and rock. It also quoted having a "Avra coffee shop" which we asked several members of staff where this was and they didn't know. If you wanted a drink or cup of tea outside they gave it to you in a plastic unhygienic dirty cup. it would have been better and more hygienic in recyclable paper cups. also there were building works right next to the main pool behind a small green fence which made a lot of noise and disruption. before we booked we were told that the building works would finish in February this year. I will mention a very nice Cypriot maintenance man named 'Pambos' who was the only member of staff who was friendly and polite. Overall the hotel has a good basis but the management was poor, and Thomson needs to be honest.More

dilligentregal, england

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