Sun and Cyprus go together hand in hand. And if you're planning a stay in Cyprus, we recommend a hotel that lets you make the most of the sun, sea and sand. Paphos is an excellent place to start. It's a magical place – with lots of sandy beaches, unspoilt villages and awe inspiring historical sites to explore. Now you just need to pick the perfect hotel…
Set just 150 yards from the beach, The Aloe Hotel in Paphos is the perfect holiday base, whether you want to soak up the sun, take in the local history or do a little bit of everything.
Just a skimming stone away from the beach, and close to Paphos harbour, the Aloe Hotel is the place to be. Paphos is a great melting pot of activities and great places to eat – you'll find lots of wonderful cafes and restaurants, catering to all sorts of tastes.
There are two excellent restaurants at the Aloe Hotel too. And if you feel like taking it easy – and why not, you are on holiday – then you can relax in (or by) one of the two hotel pools, or kick back in the cool Java café and bar. There are also tennis courts and games room, and even access to a diving school.
After a day spent having fun, you might want to round things off with a Jacuzzi or massage – both are available at the Aloe Hotel.
Rooms are also there to be enjoyed. With exceptional temperature control (whatever time of year you stay), as well as a wonderful balcony with pool view, they're designed to make your stay as pleasurable as possible. Rooms also feature satellite TV (with a wide range of additional paid channels), telephone, minibar and hairdryer.
With its own entertainment programme and a warm welcome for all guests (there is even a special singles tables to help solo travellers feel right at home), the Aloe Hotel is a perfect place to get to know Paphos. One stay may not be enough…
Please note that this hotel operates a strict dress code at its restaurants in the evenings.
* At a fee
^ Please note a strict dress code applies in the hotel's restaurants for evening meals
Once the capital of Cyprus, this small harbour town and fashionable resort offers visitors an area of lovely landscapes, delightful beaches, historic treasures and untouched villages. The port area is dominated by a medieval fort and in the old town are the remains of Roman villas and a 2nd century amphitheatre now used for summer theatrical and musical performances.
|Bed and BreakfastYour accommodation and breakfast will be included in your chosen Bed and Breakfast package.|
|Half BoardYour Half Board package will include accommodation, breakfast and an evening meal. Any snacks or drinks wanted outside of these meal times will be at an extra cost.|
|Full BoardYour Full Board package will include accommodation, breakfast, lunch and evening meals. Any snacks or drinks wanted outside of these meal times will be at an extra cost.|
|All InclusiveYour All-Inclusive package will include breakfast, lunch, dinner and selected drinks. Depending on the hotel chosen it is common that local alcoholic beverages will be included within the All-Inclusive package whilst imported beverages may be at an extra fee. (Please check the individual hotel description for further information).|
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