Paphos has everything you need, whether you want the best five-star accommodations or something affordable. The Almyra Hotel offers eight acres of wondrous landscaped gardens as well as splendid views of the medieval castle and Mediterranean Sea. The waters here are crystal clear and blue, while the wine and cuisine is second to none. Onsite you can find a shopping centre called Mare Nostrum or as well as ocean-view vistas with waterfront suites. Candle-light rooftop terraces make this hotel one of the best reasons to stay at the Almyra.
The Elysium Hotel Cyprus is a five-star hotel that offers luxury comforts like a world class spa, mosaics, waterfalls and colonnades, which give the establishment a touch of the exotic. Here, you can enjoy spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea while also enjoying an ampitheatre and plenty of water features, besides the beach. Elysium is known for its elegant interiors, as well as onsite restaurants, such as RistoranteBacco, which serves Italian. There is also an ESPA spa, tennis courts, swimming pools, and club for kids.
The St. George Hotel is another landscaped establishment, with seven acres of luxury and rolling hills to call your temporary home. This four-star hotel offers onsite restaurants, bars, and Roman Baths with a SENSPA. It’s not merely spa treatment, but exotic treatment with Amazonian, Polynesian and Asian influences.
The Kefalos Beach Tourist Village offers traditional and striking architectural settings and amazing scenery. It also offers wonderful accommodations, including wedding ceremonies and quality accommodations.
The King Jason has a very hands-on approach, all the while creating a marvelous environment full of contemporary comforts. The rooms consist of 16 studios, 62 bedrooms and 32 deluxe rooms that have baths, walk-in showers and fine linens. There is an onsite Piatakia Restaurant (means “little plates” consisting of various flavours, a sort of sampler of Greek food. There are also bars and lounges onsite, and the drinks are enhanced by the sounds of natural waterfalls. The Deck area offers hydro and centro pools, while the lobby bar offers a quiet library room and Wi-Fi connected Internet for adults, along with a cosy fireplace. The lounge and lobby area is elegantly decorated with four-star accommodations. Ironically, the Hydra Pool is named after the legendary Lernaean Hydra of Greek Mythology, and imitate the creature’s power with its own set of Hydro jets andjacuzzi islands. Meanwhile, the Elegancia Pool is an adult facility that lets you relax, drink some wine and take in beautifully quiet scenery. The Asteria Pool is next to the gym and features a pearl white tiling, ideal for even colder seasons thanks to its heated pools. Furthermore, the gleaming LED lights in the ceiling gives a nice starry night ambiance to the place. Jacuzzi jets make sure your relaxation getaway is everything you dreamed it would be.
Amathus Paphos is a well-known five star hotel and offers five onsite restaurants and six swimming pools, allowing everyone to enjoy a luxury stay. It recently reopened, after some renovation, and now offers some even greater comforts, such as beachfront weddings, private pools, spa treatment, tropical oasis and lagoon pool, swim up bars and plenty of cocktails.
What better way to immortalise your name than having a grand hotel named after you? The Alexander the Great Beach Hotel lives up to his majesty’s name, being a four-star accommodation that is right next to an archaeological site. Deluxe rooms here feature marble furnishings, mini-bars, entertainment systems and Wi-Fi Internet. Superior rooms have scenic viewing of the sea, while the Garden Cabanas give you a private pool and Jacuzzi for relaxation. Live like Alexander—or better, in fact, given the luxury and technology. Everything is provided from bathrobes and slippers to onsite restaurants, including the Japanese Kiku Restaurant where they cook in front of you, and the Roxanne Italian restaurant with a buffet and its own series of cooking shows. The cocktail bar features live music and a swim up bar, along with lunch, breakfast and dessert items. Additional amenities include water sports, a program for children, dance lessons, aqua aerobics, and a health club with spa. The business centre provides an outlet for professionals, while theatre style seating in the boardroom can hold up to 200 people.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, you can rent an apartment for a much lower price. Apartments like the Hilltop Gardens Hotel Apartments can run as low as 30 Euros, and you can choose between Studio Island View rooms, one bedroom units with inland views. It’s not as luxurious as other options but you still get a balcony or terrace, air conditioning, a kitchenette and fridge, TV and private washroom.
The Crystallo Apartments are nothing to brush off, since they have a nice location, and are just walking minutes from the beach. All rooms have showers, cooking rings, toasters, and balconies for relaxing and sightseeing. There is even a pool with terrace sun beds for outdoor lounging.
If you want a more traditional hotel experience, but want to save on accommodation costs, try the King’s Hotel, a two-star Kato Paphos located facility, right on the Tombs of the Kings Road. Nothing too luxurious but that doesn’t stop you from enjoying a restaurant, bar lounge, lobby with TV, free parking and even an elevator lift to easily access all 45 rooms on two levels. The rooms also have refrigerators for a small extra cost.