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Aliathon Holiday Village
Ranked #25 of 88 Hotels in Paphos
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Reviewed 26 August 2014

We arrived back from Aliathon HV a few days ago and wish we were back there already.
This being our first all inclusive family holiday we were a bit weary about what to expect, but can say our expectations were met if not better than what we expected.
The staff at Aliathon are really good and nothing is too much trouble for them, if you have any complaints/queries approach them and it will be sorted.
The food is amazing, plenty to choose from and always fresh. We had no trouble at all deciding what to eat.
The grounds are well kept and very clean.
First Choice staff do an amazing job entertaining the children throughout the day with various kids clubs, but ours were happy enough meeting new friends and spending all day in the pools.
The only negative I have is the rooms, I feel these could be cleaner and updated, the cleaner comes in most days but the rooms could do with a good thorough clean after each family, the woodwork and floors are dirty and if you walk round the apartment bare foot your feet end up black!!
This would not put me off returning to Aliathon, but I hope this is something that will be addressed as the more the rooms get used the dirtier they will become.

  • Stayed August 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 25 August 2014

We stayed for 11 nights in August. Our room was lovely, a deluxe studio in the fishing village. Nice size, great balcony, but not much storage and the biggest problem being that the air con only worked if you were in the room (on sensors) so you would come in from a sweltering day and the room would be stuffy and not feel the benefit. Also the power worked by sensors so you would get to the other end of the room before the lights came on! This also meant that electrical devices such as phones wouldn't charge through the day.
Reception were spoken to but we were told that it was because of energy efficiency and nothing could be done.
The rooms were not cleaned great, beds were made but floors were not swept and mopped. My hair was all over the floor!
Not really what you expect when paying so much money to stay somewhere.

We were left a plate of fruit and bottle of wine as a welcome gift in the room on our arrival which was a nice touch. Later in the holiday we were also left a bottle of champagne in the room as it was our family honeymoon. This was very nice of the hotel.

Food was outstanding. Plenty to choose from and not repetitive. Best All Inclusive I have been to. We had two meals out at nearby restaurants which were no where near as good as the hotel restaurants food!

Getting drinks on a night was a problem if you didn't want to sit at the entertainment venue. There were a couple of nights we wanted quiet nights to just sit and play cards with the kids and friends but there was nowhere you could get drinks from other than entertainment venue which was quite a bit of a walk with hands full of drinks. I think the bar at the square should be open on an evening so people can sit there (it was only open on soft rock nights once a week) and the adult bar should let you take drinks out.

All staff were extremely friendly at all times of day and night! The bar man on kids splash pool was great even when inundated with kids wanting ice cram after ice cream! Also Alex at the lagoon bar was just as good.

Overall I would say it's a lovely resort, the holiday was great but there were some downfalls you wouldn't expect of a hotel like this. The staff did try very hard though and we had a lovely holiday.

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Reviewed 25 August 2014

We were recommended this hotel by several people and we're not disappointed. There are a couple of issues which I will detail but nothing that should over concern you. I dint the mark out of five difficult as it is not a 5/5 but neither a 4/5, somewhere in the middle.
The accommodation: I believed that I had booked the fishing village and this was not the case, I am not saying that this area ticks all the boxes but it is the most recent and user friendly area. We were placed in the Aegean village which was the originally built accommodation, this is a quieter area of the complex and had some plus points but the first room we booked had not received the upgrades that some of the other rooms had received and was below par. In fairness the business manager intercepted my complaint and quickly moved us to an upgraded room which was excellent. This is however an issue that you don't want to be faced with when you arrive and if I had not been forthright enough, other people would have put up with the first room.
The food: we had previously been spoilt with food at the Los Jameos Playa in Lanzarote and knew it had a hard act to follow, nevertheless the food was varied and to a good standard. When you go all inclusive of course you can tire of the variety, but I have to say that the chefs tried really hard and you could always find something to your taste.
The jewel in the crown for this accommodation is the pool and recreation area accompanied by the reps who are tireless in keeping people entertained. The kids pool area is fantastic and allows parents to relax a little with non-swimming but active kids. The pool is shallow and has some fabulous apparatus with slides, water features and an occasional fountain bucket which causes hysteria with the kids (good hysteria!). The kids club was fabulous taking care of our 7 and 4 year old adequately and also giving the adults a break from time to time.
The pools are brilliant with a really strict 'code brown' rule with which the hotel management rightly relaxed following feedback when the code brown was teeny!
We ventured to coral bay beach which seemed like a step back when you're spoilt at the village but it was well worth the trip on a scorching day.
All in all it was a fabulous holiday and was nearly a 5/5 experience but not quite. Highly recommended however and a big thanks to the staff.

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  • Stayed August 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 25 August 2014

Just got back from a two week stay at the aliathonvillage with my husband and two daughters who are aged 12 and 15. When we arrived, we were taken to our room in a golf buggy. Very handy especially with it being so hot. We stayed in the Aegean village, which plenty of people have said isn't as good as the fishing village but overall, I defiantly prefer the Aegean village, as it is quieter and my whole family perferred the pool.
With my kids being around the teenager age, they spent most of the time on the wifi. My 12 year old daughter was very happy about there being wifi in our room and she spent half the holiday on her phone/iPad.
Just down the road, about a 15 minute walk, there is a waterpark. This waterpark was excellent and suited my family perfectly! My 12 year old is a thrill seeker whereas my older daughter isn't. But there was something for both of them.
We took plenty of trips down to paphos harbour as it is lovely. There were plenty of ice cream shops and bars where we could've sit and have a drink if we got too sweaty. To get there we always got a bus, but every time we were at a bus stop, a taxi driver would always come up and offer to take us. This became very annoying to deal with as they just kept coming one after another. But the buses themselves were good, well air conditioned and pretty regular.
We made one major day trip out of the hotel which was to the underwater walkers thing and then afterwards we got a taxi to coral bay. The underwater walkers was incredible and it was amazing to see all of the fish. The fish hurt though, my youngest daughter still has a mark from about a week ago of where a fish bit her.
Coral bay was beautiful though, definitely worth the time to visit. You had to pay for the sun beds which I wasn't very happy about but overall it was amazing.
I can't complain about the food in the hotel, always a good selection and we never had to wait for a table in the restaurant. For one night we went to the Italian, which you get 35 euros off.itwas very nice but also very posh. All the staff were friendly and would defiantly go there again if we had the chance.
Even though the hotel was packed, I never felt that the pools were too overcrowded. And although many other reviews say to get up early, around the lagoon pool (the nearest pool to us and our favourite), there was always free sun beds pretty much all throughout the day.
The entertainment, however, isn't good for older children, and is clearly aimed at children's under the age of 10. Which my children being older than this, we had some trouble, although every Thursday night they had a singer around the fishing village, which was a pleasant change both weeks. The other nights we spent going into paphos which we preferred at night anyway.
The only bad things about the room, were the aircon and the floor. The aircon was very loud and at the beginning of our stay, kept on turning off, or even worse, switched to heat! Not what you need when you are in a hot climate. But we rang reception and we fixed it. The floor clearly wasn't cleaned as when we were walking around, all of our feet were almost black.
I think the pools could have done with being a bit cooler as after I have sunbathed, I like the feeling of getting into a cold pool but it was almost like getting into a bath.
My only other complaint is that every few days the pools were closed because of children pooing. I am aware that this isn't the hotels fault, it's the parents fault because on our last day we wanted to go to the lagoon pool which is our favourite, but it was closed off so we didn't manage to get in there and had to go to the other pool where we ended up with 2 sun beds rather than 4.
But overall my whole family loved this hotel and it was in a great location.

Room Tip: Go to the Aegean village.
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  • Stayed August 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 25 August 2014

We have just returned from 11 days at the Aliathon with our boys aged 6&7. We went based purely on the reviews and were not disappointed. It was even better than we imagined. The hotel is beautiful and spotless. The staff so friendly and can’t do enough for you.
We stayed in the fishing village side (room 1160) junior suite with den room and PlayStation although the boys were too busy to play with it. The rooms were really big and the beds extremely comfortable. The best part was the big lovely veranda with sunbeds shade and chairs. The room was well maintained and cleaned on a daily basis.
The boys loved the main pool as well as the splash park pool. We would spend the morning in the Splash Park and afternoons at the fishing village pool. There were always plenty of sunbeds.
They have so much entertainment both day and night and I’m not just talking about the kids. We can recommend the adult activities including water polo, killer darts and water cricket. They also have the best ever gym I’ve been in whilst abroad. The gym is really big with all the latest equipment and lots of weights. The spa is amazing too. I had a full body massage definaly worth a visit.
The boys enjoyed the kids club and tried the Canoeing, raft building, water walkers and Arial climbing/high ropes they could not keep up with all the activities on offer to be honest.
The main buffet restaurant is wonderful and has so much choice. The staff there are lovely and so polite. They go above and beyond for you. A special mention to Danai Tsogia-Visvikis who arranged for a surprise birthday cake to be brought out in the restaurant for my Sons 6th Birthday. Free of charge may I add. All the staff sang happy birthday and made him feel very special indeed. He even had a birthday card hand delivered to the door. Danai and her team are amazing I can thank them enough. You can see they work so hard to make your experience the best possible. We can also recommend the Mexican and Greek restaurant, and the staff were great. I really enjoyed the Greek night at the main buffet restaurant. They had a fab Greek act come in and lots of singing and dancing and the history of Cyprus

The First choice reps were great and work really hard on a daily basis with the kids clubs, football academy, swim academy and razzamatazz shows. I don’t know how they still have a smile on their faces at the end of a long day.
Two days prior to leaving you are invited to a champagne departure meeting. I thought it would be a couple of holiday reps as per usual but no it waoys the owner of the hotel, the managers of each area and First Choice was there. A full on champagne and canapés reception. They spent the time to speak to everyone and ask for their feedback on their stay - well worth going if not just to thank them personally.
I would definably recommend this hotel and look forward to visiting the Aliathong soon.
The Reed Family xxxx

  • Stayed August 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 21 August 2014

This was our 3rd holiday village. We have been to the Lanzarote and Portugal ones. This was the prettiest and had the most activities going on, but my children (ages 11 and 8) preferred the water slides at Portugal as the splash park at Cyprus is more for little children.
Check in was the quickest we have ever had. Received our welcome pack and key card on arrival at the airport so all we needed to do was fill out passport details onto a form and give it into Reception, then go to our rooms. This was the first time we have not had to give in our passports to be kept. Taken to room by golf buggy which was great. We arrived at 1.00 a.m so most people were in bed when we arrived - first impressions were how quiet it was! The drive up to the fishing village was very impressive and we were pleased with our Junior suite kids den room. The fishing village is the more deluxe part of the hotel and the buildings are beautiful. We were lucky to have one that had our patio facing the pool so we got sunbeds outside our room so that the kids could go back to the room, open the french doors for us to call them if we needed them, and we could chill out on our sun loungers. The only downside to the room (which other people have mentioned) was having a ground floor room meant we had ants in the bathroom and on the balcony. I always went in the bathroom with my flip flops on and squashed as many as I could find each time I was in there to stop the kids freaking out about them. The ants on the patio were massive! - but luckily they only seemed to appear on evenings so didn't spoil our use of it during the day. I was also a little disappointed in the level of cleaning. Other reviews say the cleaning was excellent but we have had rooms in other hotels kept to a higher cleaning standard. Basically, the maid made the beds and ran a cloth around the bathroom. I don't think the floors were swept or mopped because when my husband walked around the room bare footed his feet were always black. They were never wet when we arrived back during the day. The kids den had beanbags for them to sit on when they play the playstation; the polystyrene balls came out sometimes when they sat on them. Many of these were swept under their beds and remained there all week. Back to the playstation - this was a great addition for kids, you could choose games from Reception which had 5 euros each put onto your account which was then taken off when you handed them back in meaning they were free to rent. I don't like the kids staying out in the sun all day in August so if they didn't like the kids clubs to keep them out of the sun we let them play on the playstation for an hour in the room.
The staff are all extremely helpful and courteous. The kids club staff work extremely hard and were very good at what they do. There is lots for the kids to do even if they are not in the clubs, as there were also giant inflatable toys to have a go on in the pool and activities going on that weren't part of the clubs. We always go on holiday July/August and as that is the hottest time of year I ask my children to pick one morning and one afternoon club each to go to to keep them out of the sun. They chose lots of things, but sometimes activities were repeated a few days later so they had already done them. I think there should be a 14 day programme with no repeats till then. Raft building and canoeing appear about every 4th day. There are also quite a lot of clubs that are still based outside in the sun. I think the reps should try to do more indoors to stop kids from being out in the sun getting sunstroke, as once they have come out of their club they want to then go in the pools and be out in it. I was a little disappointed that I paid 5 euros for my youngest child to go to the Widget party expecting to see the 3 Widgets. Only one came to the party! I think if you are expecting people to pay for these extras they should see the Widgets as it is advertised as a Widget party!
Lots of reviews state that the grounds are kept immaculately. The trees and shrubbery are tended to and the water fountains look beautiful. However, we did not see the floor around the pool areas cleaned at all during our 10 day stay even though we did see a man driving a water cleaning machine around the paths between rooms. The sunbeds were never cleaned. We found cobwebs at the bottom of some of ours. Last year, we stayed at Stella Palace in Crete (which cost less than this holiday) and the staff were out from 6.00am hosing down the walking areas and the sunbeds daily. These grounds were kept immaculately!
Next the food. I know this is a 4 star hotel and not a 5 star, and this is reflected in the choice of food. Most reviews say there is ample choice - it was just about 4 star as the food quality is good but the choice was not there. The salad area was basically the same every day. The food trays had the same choices repeated back to back rather than something different. So there was a choice of about 5 trays in the centre, the kid section of chips, pizza, pasta or the freshly cooked meat at the side. Not enough choice compared to other 4 star hotels we have stayed at. The first time we went into the main restaurant we were shocked at how small it is for the size of the hotel and how many guests there are! Having spoken to a member of staff, it appears that for this reason you are invited for go to the other a la carte restaurants to keep the quantity of people going to the main restaurant down. We never visited the other restaurants even though many people said they were lovely because our youngest child is autistic and doesn't like to wait
Next the pools - the kids splash park is great for younger kids. The main pool was also great for younger kids as it was very shallow and only got deeper very gradually so it was only up to 1.3m at its deepest. There was an adults pool but this was not enforced so we used this one as it was lovely and quiet. The main pool was very cramped in August. I agree with other reviewers that something needs to be done about pooing in the pools. We have never encountered this before and it is very annoying to not be able to use a pool for a whole afternoon so it can be cleaned when you have paid a lot of money and waited all year to enjoy your holiday! I think the First choice reps should mention wearing swimming nappies in their welcome meeting and it should be reinforced by staff if they notice a child in the pool without one.
Lastly, the entertainment We have visited 2 other holiday villages so we know about the i5live and kids entertainment part of the evening. This is fine for the first couple of hours but then when the 'proper' entertainment starts at 9.30 I expected better. Other hotels bring in local talents with a variety of comedians, singers, dancers, circus stage acts etc. In our 10 days, 6 of these had the same kids club entertainers do a show and the other 4 had 2 singers, 2 consecutive nights for each one from the UK. So in 10 nights we only saw singing! The entertainment team are excellent at what they do but it would be nice to see a little more after they have finished. I always love going on holiday to relax, sunbath, see the kids having fun, ad enjoy getting dressed up for the evening meal and then sitting down to see a good show. On all our other holidays this has been great - not this one unfortunately!
Overall, this is a good holiday village. People choose holiday villages for the variety and amount of kids activities and that is what you are paying for. After going to a Thomas Cook Kids World hotel last year, which do not have as much going on as holiday villages but still have 3 /4 kids clubs per day, but have more luxuries for the adults, I have come to a conclusion. Holiday villages are fantastic for kids but not so much for adults so you will never get more than plastic chairs to sit on, and nothing seems luxurious- really they are just like going to Butlins in the sun! I think now we have visited 3 holiday villages, I am a bit holiday villaged out - so I am going to look for luxury with kids in future as you can get a bit of both! We found this out last year going to Thomas Cook Kids World Stella Palace in Crete. It was luxury and kids stuff. I am not knocking First choice holiday villages as we have had great holidays at them, but bear it in mind they are predominantly about the kids and not the adults.
Not wanting to end on a negative, we did thoroughly enjoy our holiday and the kids made more friends than they ever have before. If you have young children and put their enjoyment as paramount you will enjoy this hotel. Just bare in mind it is not 5 star which some people have rated it - I think they have rated it on the enjoyment factor rather than the luxury factor.

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  • Stayed August 2014, travelled with family
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AliathonPafos_Cyprus, Guest Relations Manager at Aliathon Holiday Village, responded to this review, 23 August 2014
Dear Julie,

Thank you for sparing the time to share your holiday experience on our Trip Advisor page and for choosing to stay at our Holiday Village Aliathon for your family vacation.

We are very happy that overall you had a very good family holiday and that your children loved your kids den room with the play station.

With concerns to your feedback please allow us to kindly clarify a few points:

Regarding your room cleanliness did you report this at all to the reception desk? As usually we would solve such things straight away and ensure the highest standards of cleanliness for our guest rooms.

With regards to the kids club sessions repeating, due to activities such as raft building only taking 18 children per session they repeat it twice in one week to try and ensure that everybody who wants to have a go can do so.

Concerning the food available on the buffet, we would like to kindly inform you that we have different themes daily on a 14 day rota so we are surprised to hear that you felt the food was the same every day. Usually we receive very good feedback regarding the food variety, did you ask any of our chefs to cook anything to your taste? As they are more than willing to do so.

We are saddened to hear that the entertainment did not meet your expectations and please be assured that all of your feedback will be passed onto all of the relevant departments in order for any improvements to be made were necessary.

Once again overall we are pleased that your family had a good holiday at the Aliathon and we do hope to welcome you back in the near future.

Always at your disposal,

Georgie Squires
Guest Relations & Wedding Coordinator
ALIATHON HOLIDAY VILLAGE
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Reviewed 21 August 2014

We've just got back from the Aliathon and had a pretty good holiday. We spent 11 days there with our 11 year old.

The hotel is quite large but is easily navigable. The staff are excellent - very friendly and always happy to help if you need anything. We stayed in the fishing village which is the newer part of the complex - the Aegean side looked fine as well but I'm glad we paid extra for a room on the fishing village side.

The room itself was very clean, functional and we had a pretty large balcony which was nice to sit on in the evening or in the afternoon if you wanted to get away from the pool. We had a one bedroom apartment - the bedroom itself was very nice and the bed comfortable. The air conditioning unit was very efficient and went down as low as 16 degrees - it was also quiet enough to leave on all night without disturbing your sleep.

The bed provided for our son however was very poor - a Z type which was not suitable to sleep on for anything more than one night. We made up the sofa as a bed in the end as this was far more comfortable.

The food overall was excellent - always lots of choice, food was hot and quite tasty. Lunch tended to be slightly better than dinner which seemed slightly odd. The snack bar by the pool was useful but the food choice here was much more limited understandably.

The one thing I found unusual here for an all inclusive resort was that there were no snacks available after dinner service finished at 9.30. That's just about the time the munchies set in!

As part of your package you also get the option to dine once a week in the hotel owned Greek & Mexican restaurants. Note that this offering is not the full menu displayed outside the restaurant but a separate set menu for diners 'with a voucher'. This seemed really unnecessary and didmake you feel like a second class citizen - but it was nice to be waited on for a change. Even though you have to book 2 days in advance, when we are in the Greek it was virtually empty. The food was ok but we did feel that AI guests received poorer quality food than those that were paying cash.

We booked the Mexican and were shown to our table. The restaurant is open air above the street but has no fans of any sort. By the time we came to order we were melting and decided it was too uncomfortable to eat so went back to the hotel.

We went to the harbour a few times - lovely atmosphere and some great seafood restaurants - try the Pelican. We also hired a car from the onsite travel agent - very convenient but the car was a complete nail - stick to Hertz or any other well known brand.

The waterpark at Limassol is definitely worth visiting - about 50 minute drive from Paphos.

Why only 3 stars? Two main reasons - the quality of the drinks and the evening entertainment.

The entertainment was clearly aimed at the under 9's and was well received. I know it's a matter of taste but even our 11 year old thought it childish. Every Thursday they use the pool bar area with a band. These 2 nights were excellent and really made us feel like we were on holiday - why don't the hotel do this every night to give guests a choice?

The drinks were the most disappointing part of the holiday - particularly the soft drinks. On the plus side they do dome great non-alcoholic cocktails for the kids but the standard drinks - coke, lemonade etc are really poor. They taste nothing like the genuine article and are flat within seconds. This obviously also made a G & T taste odd after dinner. The spirits were all local which is fine - but were spoiled by the poor quality of the mixer.

I feel slightly guilty pointing out some of the disappointing aspects of the holiday - mainly the quality of the second bed and the soft drinks - but this is a really good hotel.

The staff are excellent, the standard of cleanliness top notch and the staff really good. Don't hesitate to stay here with children under 9 you'll have a great time. Think twice if your kids are older and if you don't have children - look elsewhere.

  • Stayed August 2014, travelled with family
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AliathonPafos_Cyprus, Guest Relations Manager at Aliathon Holiday Village, responded to this review, 24 August 2014
Dear Jat,

Thank you for taking the time to share your holiday experience on our trip advisor page and for choosing to stay at the Aliathon Holiday Village for your family holiday.

We are extremely pleased to hear that you had a fantastic stay here with us and that you would highly recommend for families to stay at the Aliathon.

It is of paramount importance for us to receive our guest’s feedback in order to continue to move forward and fulfil our guest’s expectations. We thank you for taking the time to provide us with both your positive and constructive feedback and please be assured that we will pass your comments onto the management team in order for any necessary improvements to be made.

Once again it is fantastic that you had a great holiday here at the Aliathon and we look forward to welcoming you back in the near future.

Please feel free to email any special requests you may have prior to your next arrival and we will do our upmost best to fulfil them for you.

Always at your disposal,

Georgina Squires
Guest Relations & Wedding Coordinator
ALIATHON HOLIDAY VILLAGE
prm@aliathonvillage.com
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Property: Aliathon Holiday Village
Address: Theas Afroditis Avenue, Paphos 8063, Cyprus
Region: Cyprus > Paphos District > Paphos
Amenities:
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:
#14 Spa Hotel in Paphos
#15 Family Hotel in Paphos
#19 Luxury Hotel in Paphos
#23 Romantic Hotel in Paphos
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
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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Also Known As:
Aliathon Holiday Village Hotel Paphos
Aliathon Village Paphos
Holiday Village Aliathon

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