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Aliathon Holiday Village
Ranked #24 of 84 Hotels in Paphos
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Reviewed 21 July 2014 via mobile

We booked this holiday due to price, available from our local airport Exeter (we live in Cornwall) normally we have to travel to Bristol. Thomson/First Choice which we have always had a better holiday experience than other holiday operators. All inclusive as we didn't want to worry about where to get food/drinks an cost with a 2 yr old. Finally trip advisor reviews.

Flight was 4 1/2 hours which was long enough with a small child. Never enough leg room. Duty free was better in Exeter than Paphos. No films/entertainment on flight. Greeted by a team of reps on arrival and shown to our bus transfer only 20-30 mins which was great.

Hotel staff where waiting for us when we arrived. Check in smooth. helped us with bags onto a golf cart and taken to our room (fishing village deluxe 1 bed apartment) 11 pm at night. Sandwiches in fridge with coffee a nice little touch.

Room was clean and tidy. Camp bed was the 3rd bed. We moved this into the bedroom. Our daughter was more than happy with this. Flat screen tele and DVD player. Not great choice of British channels but we were on holiday and didn't care. Shower over bath, big balcony with sun beds chairs and table. Is what we expected. Would of been nice for a couple of extra touches. i.e. Rug, pictures. Guide in your room explaining opening times of restaurants, pools, map etc.

Food was plentiful from the main restaurant. Always something for everyone and changed each night. Snack bar at pool was the same but we generally got changed and went to the main one as it broke up the day. The special al a carte tickets we tried to book on the first morning Greek no problem but Mexican was fully booked. We had a dine around voucher €25 euro off Italian. Which we booked both were nice Italian well worth it.

All staff we spoke to asked questions served us were fantastic. Couldn't ask for more including first choice reps. Loads of them (good thing).

We didn't use kids club but the ones we did see go looked like they had fun

The pools were clean. The kids splash pool is where we spent most of our time. Paul the bar man there was great. Worked really hard. This pool wasn't very well respected by some parents and children who pushed their way through knocked over smaller children. We were with ours all of the time. Ended up managing them as well. Worth a lifeguard there.

Think the complex could be improved by building a bigger splash park for older children as couldn't see much for them to do ages 8-15. Worth considering I your children are this age. Also paying for safe was disappointing €3 a day. Late flight meant we either paid €50 for late check out 6pm or vacate our room at 12. We used the luggage room would of been nice for lockable cubicles so we knew our things were safe. All small things.

We would recommend this complex to anyone. Even the quieter side was good for a break and for more lone time.

Hope you find our review helpful.

Stayed: July 2014
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Reviewed 20 July 2014 via mobile

I am in the very unfortunate position of only checking into this dump last night!

We booked the "kids" suite which more resembles the "allocate upon arrival" room from the 80s. The fridge sounds like a vacuum cleaner, the air conditioning unit like a road hammer drill, the bath has enough human bodily samples around it, the discovery channel could make a whole years series from it!

I woke at 7am this morning after the usual Thomson flight delays to look out of the window and EVERY SUNBED had a towel on!!!

Also all inclusive means the following are NOT INCLUSIVE!


The place is vile I suspect even the wild cats and mice in the evening wear white coats and gloves.

Good luck!!

I am registered here till the 26th but hopefully if a previous hotel we have stayed in has availability my family won't be sleeping here!

Also First choice reps just. "TUT"

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AliathonPafos_Cyprus, Director of Sales at Aliathon Holiday Village, responded to this reviewResponded 9 August 2014

Dear Guest,

First of all, we would like to thank you for choosing our Aliathon Holiday Village for your family vacation this year. We feel sorry that your first impressions about our holiday village and its available facilities and services were not up to your expectations; however, we were saddened that you decided to share your opinion on our trip advisor page whilst staying here with us instead of coming to report to us your thoughts and complaints. As soon as we read these two reviews, we contacted you by kindly asking you to give us the opportunity to meet you in order to receive your feedback and to find ways of resolving these issues for you. We would like to thank you for accepting our invitation and for taking the time to come and see us by giving us the chance to make your holiday at the Aliathon an enjoyable one. As mentioned during our appointment, I would like once again to assure you that the feedback from our guests is always of top priority to us and we are continuously trying to meet and satisfy the needs and requests of all of our guests (where possible) by offering them fantastic holiday experiences. With regards to the points/complaints raised on your review, please allow us to clarify the following (as also discussed during our appointment):

1. Ice cream is included in the all-inclusive package and its served from all bars and restaurants that are part of the all-inclusive concept without any extra charge. There is an extra charge only for the branded ice-creams.

2. A bottle of mineral water is also available in the fridge for all our guests upon arrival. However, we do not replenished the bottles of water throughout our guests stay. Our All-Inclusive guests can use the water dispensers that are available in different locations within the holiday village.

3. With regards to the facilities included in the All-Inclusive package, we would like to clarify that, from hotel to hotel, the all-inclusive package varies. At the Aliathon, we feel that we break the boundaries of the common all-inclusive concept by enriching our package to include more dining options, more venues as well as a program of daily activities and evening entertainment that appeal to guests of all ages. A leaflet/brochure of all the facilities and services that are part of the specific concept is always provided to all our guests upon arrival in order to have full information and details of the facilities that can use as part of the All-Inclusive throughout their stay with us. The overall feedback we are receiving from our guests about our All-Inclusive package is extremely positive and we are continuously trying to upgrade it even more according to the comments and suggestions from our guests. A detailed information about the Aliathon All-Inclusive package is also available in the official Aliathon website for our guests to review prior to their arrival in order to have a better understanding and knowledge of what this package includes. We are sorry to hear that you did not have the correct information regarding this package prior to your arrival.

4. With regards to your room cleanliness, we apologised that it did not meet your expectations upon arrival; As you are aware, immediate action had been taken as soon as we were notified, by sending our housekeepers in order to check and clean thoroughly your room. We thank you for stating that the room was a lot better on our follow up call and praised us for our immediate action.

5. Sunbeds situation – As explained during our appointment, the main problem that caused this issue with the sunbeds during the specific period was the fact that, unfortunately, the majority of our guests (from both the Aegean and Fishing Village), were reserving sunbeds by the main Fishing pool. Both pools in the Aegean Village had available sunbeds. Unfortunately, it was very difficult for us to control this situation. However, as you are also aware, immediate action had been taken from the hotel side in order to rectify this situation by sending a message to all inhouse guests by kindly asking them to stop reserving sunbeds by the pools. In addition, a new order had been placed immediately for 200 new sunbeds. We are now pleased to inform all of our guests that this issue had been addressed successfully and we feel that all possible measures had been taken from our side in order to offer the best possible solution and service to all our guests.

We would like to thank you once again for taking the time to come and see us during your stay in order to discuss the above issues and we do appreciated the fact that, during your departure from the hotel, you acknowledged our efforts of making your family’s stay at the Aliathon an exceptional one. We were also very happy to hear from you that your family and husband enjoyed joining in with all of the activities and entertainment that were taking place by the pools and that all of them had a fabulous time! We hope to have the pleasure to welcome you back to the village for another fantastic holiday experience!! Please feel free to email us with any special requests prior to your next arrival and be assured that we will do our upmost best to fulfil them for you.

Always at your disposal,

Stelios Filippides
Customer Experience & Marketing Director

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Reviewed 20 July 2014

I think this review, as well as setting out my personal experience, should describe what to
expect at the Aliathon. We stayed first 2 weeks July 2014.

It is set into 3 distinct areas-the Aegean Village (mixture of First Choice and
Russians/Europeans), the Fishing Village (all First Choice) and the Main
restaurant/entertainment area. If you haven't booked a "Deluxe" room, your in the Aegean-be
warned-it is the older part, away from the main pools (although there are 2 smaller pools),
and its not as modern/fancy/good looking as the Fishing Village. One thing my wife noted,
the Aegean Village is being renovated-and all rooms get a walk-in shower-on the Fishing
Village, its an over-the-top bath cum shower-some people may not like this so be
Reception is in the Aegean Village, the resort is 20 mins from the airport.On the airport,
it is a modern one, easy to get in and out of,none of the hellish nightmare you have if
visiting First Choice at Kos. Reception has good wifi-Note to management-your wifi signal
is strong in most places (and free), but you have a problem with your
provisioning/DHCP/RADIUS server-it will connect, but wont lease an IP address. Also, I'd
beef up you backhaul link-suffers from congestion at peak times.
There is an outside "lounge", under cover. This is where the Greek restraruant is, and also
gives you access to the Poco Loco Mexican (covered by one of your vouchers), a local
supermarket, and a Hagen Daz restaurant-which is fantastic-you need to try it! The Mexican
was great-it is NOT part of the hotel, it is independent, and it does its job well, whilst
giving you a nice break from the all-inclusive side of things.

We stayed in the Aegean Village-if we had known, we would have gone Deluxe, and opted/paid
for the Fishing Village-it is is nicer to look at, and the high rooms have lovely views to
Paphos and beyond.We had to get moved after the first 3 days in the Aegean Village, as our
room had cockroaches coming in-now, before someone freaks out, we never say ANY anywhere else in our 11 days-I think it's because our room (407), was beside the public toilets,a
cleaners cupboard and the door had an half-inch gap. We got moved 3 days later (resort was
jam-packed), the customer service of the place is top notch-ignore the other posters on
this point.Reception, food areas, bars,cleaners, porters are all fantastic.
We had all our bags moved, the room was one floor up, nicer balcony, 2 TV's, aircon is
brilliantly cold, room was cleaned every day, fresh towels every day, sheets every 3 days (I
think).Power plugs are ALL UK so no need for travel adaptors. 4 beach towels which you can
change every day (free), available from reception. The Aegean is quieter, I suppose, but to
be honest,after 7pm, the Fishing Village is dead as well,as all the "action" takes place in
the Main Eating/Entertainment area.

You are a 3 min walk to the main pools and Eating area, from the Aegean Village-why people
see this as a problem, I'm not sure, unless your the Fat Bloke that passed wind next
to us, and snored at the pool-he probably had a problem moving his generous weight in
general. I had to get up at 0715 to get a decent set of beds (2), and even then, most were

The Main Restaurant-breakfast was great, lunch was not bad, evening meal was a bit hit and
miss if your not into seafood or red meat.Breakfast had the "UK" stamped all over it-beans,
eggs,sausages, mushrooms, omelettes. But.But, you also had the fresh meats, cheeses, lovely
cakes, croissants,cereal etc. Lovely orange juice, good coffee. Note to management-can we
have the cakes for lunch as well?? Lunch was fine, no real cakes, but main meals had a
large variety-also cold (Keo) beer on tap plus (chilled) red and white wine (no rose
ladies!). Evening meal-hmmm....-I like lamb,pork,beef so I was sorted-wife is more a
chicken person.There was turkey, but not that much chicken.There was, on some nights,
"chicken" kebabs-it wasn't chicken.On the few night real chicken did appear, there were
massive queues, and it went very quickly-something for management to think about.For UK
peeps, chicken is a safe bet-you need to offer more of it! Overall, the staff worked their
socks off-it could get very busy, but it a table needed cleared for you, it was done right
away. There is an outside eating area, very nice,and under shade, if you want to eat
outside.I love the Cypriot people, and these guys didn't fail.
Staying on the food side, the main pool has a snack area (pizza coming soon!) and is open
from 10am-6pm. Usual burgers, hot dogs, salad, spring rolls (!).There is also a small bar-
suggestion-like Tenerife and Kos FC, why not have one of the drink dispensers outside,
where kids/people can do it for themselves? Saves queues?

Bars-low point for us, and beware of this-you'll see branded drink behind the bars (I
recommend the Terrace Bar, nicer than the one beside the main Entertainment).But they use
non-branded spirits-which are weaker and not as nice.And, this was a BIG no-no...-white
wine for the ladies, out of a supermarket carton called Basic Blanco!!!! Come on guys, we
had to nip downstairs at 2130 to get a few chilled glasses, as the wine was lukewarm! And
rancid as well.Wife was well disappointed, as she doesn't like spirits. Tip-go to the
Adults bar-you get Keo beer out of a bottle (chilled), free cheesy nachos and good
cocktails (extra).Overlooks the main pool, and very nice.
FC guys were great, they live on site, so cut them some slack.Work like Trojans.For the
boys, 7-a-side footie park is open till late, my son was never away from it.Pools are great
(much better and bigger than Tenerife or Kos-on this, my daughter's excema was terrible in
Kos-pools in Cyprus are crystal, she never had a problem). The kiddies splash pool with the
pirate ship is fantastic, as is the climbing frame and leap of Faith! We never watched much
of the entertainment, looked ok-too busy watching the World Cup.Really nice gardens for
pictures. Our kids, 11, never went to many of the clubs, but the ones they did, they
enjoyed. Footie Academy was great, as were the watersports.

If you fancy a walk, go over the road,and walk down to the beach-lovel hotels, nice
gardens, and a fantastic sunset.Paphos town is 10 mins on the bus,6 Euros one way for a
family of four.Try the Hobo Cafe next to the fort-very good. Bus is every 15
minutes.Supermarket has all you need, if you forget something.Also, if you want a "real"
coffee, they will make one for you at reception/Greek Res, but will cost you 3 Euros.

Summary is,we may go back, or try Rhodes next year-if we do, its definitely the Fishing
Village-we got into one of the rooms, and although a wee bit smaller, it's just got a much
better "feel" to it.Is it a 4 star?-mmm..not sure-for £3300, we expected a bit more than we
got in the Aegean Village, and when we left the pools each day, you had the feeling of the
have and have-nots ;-) But, Rhodes can be >£5000, Kos is £2500, you get what you pay for! I
think they just need to tweak the food and drink a bit. 3.5, going on a four.

Room Tip: Fishing Village!! Deluxe in the description.
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Reviewed 18 July 2014

Just returned from 11 days at the Holiday Village Aliathon. All in all a really nice holiday.
Good bits
Weather - can't guarantee this but we had blazing sunshine the whole time!
Complex - large, clean, well tended
Rooms - putting flat screen TV's doesn't suddenly mean 'luxury' but they were large, clean and we were lucky to have one overlooking the beach area of the main pool with large balcony
Food - good selection, good quality, theme nights & access to speciality ones
Entertainment Reps - always cheerful & helpful, worked tirelessly and we're actually pretty talented beyond normal games and dances!
Not so good.....
A little bit isolated if you like a wander and change of scenery (however Paphos harbor is only €8 cab ride)
Not for beach lovers. Only 5 mins walk to a rocky beach but a lot further for long golden sand beach
Not sure if hotels fault? but loads of people got ear infections from the pool including me which meant I couldn't scuba dive more than twice which was v annoying

Been to 3 Holiday Villages now and this one had the best pool scene & reps so would def recommend as long as you're ok with comments above.

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
3  Thank Graeme T
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AliathonPafos_Cyprus, Guest Relations Manager at Aliathon Holiday Village, responded to this reviewResponded 19 July 2014

Dear Graeme,

Thank you for taking the time to share your holiday experience on our Trip Advisor page and for choosing our Holiday Village Aliathon for your vacation this year.

We are so pleased that the weather, the staff, the view from your room and overall complex cleanliness was up to your families standards and ensured you had a great stay at the Aliathon.

With concerns to the local walks, did you ask at reception for advice on this? As we have many lovely costal walks that our guests enjoy very much. Regarding ear infections we can confirm that all of the pools chemical levels are correctly checked every day and on the couple of times reported the doctor has advised us the cause of this is actually from high use of the swimming pools (water becoming blocked in the ear regularly) and not the chemical levels.

We are pleased that overall you had a great family holiday and that you think our main pool is the best of all of the holiday villages you have visited.

We look forward to welcoming your family back in the near future and please feel free to email us with any special requests you may have.

Always at your disposal,

Georgie Squires
Guest Relations & Wedding Coordinator

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Reviewed 17 July 2014

My children (10 and 7) and I stayed here 29 Jun - 13 Jul 2014. My in-laws live in Paphos so we were looking forward to catching up with them.

After reading various negative comments on here about the Aegean part of the resort I was a little apprehensive about our stay. We were allocated room 316 - a ground level 1-bedroom apartment located a couple of minutes walk from reception, the swimming pools and the Pantheon area (eating and evening entertainment area). The apartment was fine - clean with sufficient space for us and our belongings. The air con worked, the beds were comfy and we weren't bothered by people passing by our accommodation at odd times. Let's be honest people - how much time do you spend in your holiday accommodation?

I thought our apartment to be ideally located - close to reception, the dining area and the pools. The Aegean pool was closest to us and reception is where the swimming lessons are carried out. This meant that part of the pool is cordoned off, but there is enough space for the kids and any grown-ups to splash about. We had no problem finding sunbeds - we'd go to the pool between 10-11am or so. Also close by was the Lagoon Pool - the kids really enjoyed going here especially with their "sunshine" grandparents. Both pools had a bar serving AI drinks and ice cream - ideal for the kids.

Other reviewers have mentioned that there was no snack provision in the Aegean part of the resort. I agree that this may seem like a shortfall if all you do is lie on a sunbed all day frying in the scorching sun. However the Pantheon Hall is only a few minutes walk away - it serves a much better lunchtime option in relative cool and shade than the frankly poor fair offered by the Faros snack bar located in the Fishing Village. We tried the so-called BBQ option on our first Thursday - flies galore and suspectly pink chicken. If you're happy with chicken nuggets, burgers, hot dogs and under-cooked fries then fill your plates!

On the subject of the AI food and drink available - yes perhaps the drinks menu is somewhat limited, the wine quality is questionable and the Keo beer comes in half pint glasses (the beer warms up quickly so is best served in smaller quantities unless you like warm lager?). We were happy with the range offered, even if the fruit juice, coffee and wine weren't quite to our taste. Breakfast was great - cereals, bread, fruit, continental options, omelette, pancake, cooked breakfast - have any of you been somewhere and complained about the breakfast? Daytime snacks in the Faros bar area - not so great, especially if you chose to eat there every day. Lunch in the Pantheon - often quite quiet - salad choice was great. Dinner in the Pantheon - usually good, but during our second week chips appeared too frequently on the childrens' buffet both lunch and dinner :-(

The vouchers for pre-booking the Mexican and Greek restaurants were a bit hit and miss. I couldn't get either restaurant until the middle of our holiday despite trying to book within a couple of days of arriving. I was disappointed with the Mexican - small portions, in and out within 45 minutes and few other dinners at the same time - no idea why we couldn't get booked. The Greek restaurant was much better all round and the staff there much friendlier. We also dined in the Italian restaurant using the dine around voucher which made for a pleasant change.

As for the Kids Clubs and entertainment - all the First Choice reps were very friendly and hard working as you would expect. Great variety of Kids Clubs activities on offer. If you're in the Aegean part of the resort it can be hard to drag the kids out of the pool to go and take part in the club activities. I can't really comment on the daytime poolside activities as we didn't make use of the Faros/main pool until later on in the day. It looked like it would be difficult to get sunbeds in this part of the resort - towels on beds before 10am but not many folk lying soaking up the uv rays. The evening entertainment - great for younger kids between 7-8.30pm, obligatory game of bingo towards 9pm. After 9pm there was usually quizzes with audience participation, and then singing performances by the First Choice Ent team - sometimes this worked but other times it was cringeworthy - miming to the introduction to GnR Welcome to the Jungle for example. I thought the local acts were very poor - Greek dancing and One Night Only - pretty dire. The arcade kept the kids amused for a bit each night. The lack of toilet facilities in the entertainment venue is a serious problem - 2 cubicles for women - don't wait until you're bursting is all I can say.

Overall I would give this holiday around a 4 star rating - it was expensive for me but we all enjoyed ourselves. We would return to this accommodation, and also heartily recommend it to others looking for a great family holiday. I found that I didn't need too much additional money and took Euros back home. I paid €30 for the room safe key - archaic key/bolt rather than keypad operated - a small price to pay for peace of mind with all the gadgets, passports etc.

Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
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AliathonPafos_Cyprus, Guest Relations Manager at Aliathon Holiday Village, responded to this reviewResponded 19 July 2014

Dear Christina,

We are so pleased that overall you had a very enjoyable family holiday with us at the Aliathon Holiday Village. We thank you for all of your kind feedback and rest assured we will pass all of your comments onto the management and staff here.

We look forward to welcoming you back to the Aliathon in the near future and please feel free to email any requests you may have prior to your next arrival.

Always at your disposal,

Georgie Squires
Guest Relations & Wedding Coordinator

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Reviewed 17 July 2014 via mobile

My wife, son and I came here in July 14. It was good fun every day playing in the pool and the staff were very nice to my son at all times (he is 1). There are some lovely pools and a splash pool for the really little kids.

We were all inclusive and the buffet doesn't have a lot of choice however the other restaurants are good but you can only go a few times each week.

Stayed: July 2014
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

We stayed here end of June beginning of July. Initially I was a bit overwhelmed by the size of the place, however soon found where everything was! We were staying in the Aegean Village. This was a perfect loaction as the pool was quieter and there were plenty of sunbeds. It was only a couple minutes walk to the Fishing Village if you wanted to take part in any activities. I do think it would have been good if the First Choice reps made it down to the Aegean Village, even just to sing 'Chocolate' as there is a lot of kids at this pool too. I also think it would be good if there was a snack bar closer to this pool.
All staff were friendly and helpful in particular Alex from the bar at the Aegean Village. He goes above and beyond the call of duty to help customers and is always happy!
The adult entertainment could be better. This is not a reflection on the staff who work tirelessly, however I do think when you are paying a lot of money for a holiday, there could be professional acts in even once or twice a week.
I would recommend this hotel and will definetely be returning!

  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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Address: Theas Afroditis Avenue, Paphos 8063, Cyprus
Region: Cyprus > Paphos District > Paphos
Bar / Lounge Beverage Selection Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Spa Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#12 Family Hotel in Paphos
#16 Spa Hotel in Paphos
#18 Luxury Hotel in Paphos
#23 Romantic Hotel in Paphos
Price Range: £53 - £127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Aliathon Holiday Village 4*
Number of rooms: 270
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Aliathon Holiday Village in Paphos, Cyprus is an oasis of beauty and tranquillity oriented towards families and couples interested in high quality holidays. The Aliathon Holiday Village comprises of two themed villages, the Aegean and the Fishing Village, set in an estate of 14 hectares, as well as the Aliathon Plaza collection of restaurants and bars. We are very proud of taking care of our guests in an exceptional way and we are the winners of the Gold Choice Award by TUI/First Choice UK for the best Holiday Village in the world in our category. The Aliathon Holiday Village is ideally situated in the resort of Kato Paphos, Cyprus, just 15 minutes from the Paphos International Airport and only 150 meters from the beach. The picturesque fishing harbour and the historical fort of Paphos are within a short stroll from the Aliathon Holiday Village. During your stay at the Aliathon you will be hosted in one of the 287 elegant apartments consisting of studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom independent apartments designed using traditional Greek island architecture offering a total capacity of about 1000 guests. The rooms include amenities such as air conditioning, fully-equipped kitchens, private terraces and balconies, Wi-Fi internet connection and secure parking. The rooms are set among gardens planted with orange, lemon, olive and palm trees, as well as roses, bougainvilleas, lilies and other Cyprus plantings. The Aliathon Holiday Village distinguishes itself in terms of the quality of its recreational and leisure facilities. Guests can swim in four outdoor pools, including the largest pool in Cyprus sized at 3,000 m2, and a mini waterpark (splash pool) featuring a variety of water slides which is always a great hit with the younger visitors. They also have available kids club, creche and Teenagers Club with different activities and animations. The athletic facilities at the Aliathon include two Bowling Green courts, floodlit tennis court, mini-football court, archery range, on site scuba diving, table tennis and game rooms. A unique feature of the hotel is the High Rope Park, the only one in Cyprus--where guests can try their hand at rope climbing and acrobatics, under trained supervision. The Faros Spa offers intense relaxation with a fully-equipped fitness centre that includes a steam bath, sauna, hair salon, three spa treatment rooms and an indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi (whirlpool). The Aliathon Holiday Village provides a full range of dining options. The Holiday Village include two restaurants-a main Pantheon Buffet Restaurant and The Karnayio Snack Bar - as well as four pool bars offering a variety of snacks, drinks and cocktails. Three night bars are also available. The Aliathon Plaza located at the front of the Holiday Village and operates four of the best restaurants in Paphos, including the Aegeon Greek Restaurant, the Mezedogonia Cypriot Taverna, the Poco Loco Mexican Cantina and the "Mare e Monti" Italian Restaurant. It also offers two pubs and two bar-clubs where the Aliathon Holiday Village guests and local residents are welcome. ... more   less 
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