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On arrival the check in was good was shown to our appartment
All the staff was brill (Chris needs to smile more )
entertainment 1st class
resterant food not upto much but Im a fussy eater but snack menu 1st class
was going to hire...More
Just returned from a week at the Eleni Village, this is not a beach hotel nor close to any town,(walking distance) we hired a car for three days allowing us to see this beautifull island and its friendly people.
The staff were friendly and polite...More
I've just come back from Cyprus where myself and my 5 year old son spent a week at Eleni Village. It exceeded every expectation and I cannot praise this hotel highly enough.
The whole place is clean, the first thing I noticed when I walked...More
We stayed here for a week and have just returned. On arrival we thought the rooms to be a little basic and could have done with updating, but the quality of service, friendliness of the staff (particularly Mira, Maria and Adam) more than makes up...More
We returned fron Eleni holiday village 24/4/12. We had a great time. The hotel is very good value for money. We travelled all inclusive, good choice of food at all meals.
There is a bus stop 5 minutes walk from hotel, bus to paphos takes...More
Alas the only way to access the WiFi is in the reception area, You will notice that it get's very busy around there with people staring at phones and tablets. I even ended up taking my laptop and sitting in the alcove by the... More
Alas the only way to access the WiFi is in the reception area, You will notice that it get's very busy around there with people staring at phones and tablets. I even ended up taking my laptop and sitting in the alcove by the Wireless Access Point.
There should be a sign, on the reception desk, with the wireless network name and password.