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Agapinor3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Just had a week at Agapinor. Read the mixed reviews. To clear up some of the common concerns. Staff range from being very helpful and friendly to a bit po-faced but never rude or incompetent. Special mention for George on the bar and Silvia in the buffet area - always a smile and so helpful. Location - 5 minute walk to market and bus to harbour 1.50 euros one way. Anyone who says this is for 'experienced walkers' has an odd perspective. Internet -good in common areas 5 euros a night or 20 for a week in bedroom. Strong enough for Netflix whilst supporting a VPN. The food - breakfast a little fatty and not very varied but fresh fruit and coffee very nice. Evening meal a good variety and if you don't fancy what is on offer you can order from a separate vegetarian/ fish menu. I thought the room was clean and it had 3 or 4 British news channels but my wife said the staff made the bed and sprayed fabreeze on the sheets instead of changing them. Not sure but she can't complain because she didn't try speaking to hotel staff about it. I'll agree that overall this hotel offers excellent value for the price range and anyone complaining is totally unrealistic and welcome to try and find better elsewhere for the same money.
We have just returned from a weeks holiday staying at the Agapinor Hotel. We had read previous good reviews prior to booking and found these to be so. We booked a room with a sea view which proved to be very worthwhile doing.Although some of the hotel is quite dated , the surroundings are still comfortable. The room was comfortable and clean. We stayed on a half board basis as we like to be out and about during the day. We found the location of the hotel to be very well placed for walking incorporating the lovely sites in Paphos. The bus also stops outside the hotel. Amenities in the hotel were generally clean but would benefit maybe from an extra member of staff helping to clear the tables at breakfast. Elena did a sterling job and very calmly and efficiently. However the workload seemed too much for one person at times. Also e.g the childrens chairs would have benefited from a thorough clean after use. The food served at breakfast and evening meal was good. A choice of two main courses in the evening but always varied and good choice of varied potatoes and vegetables. The food was always nicely cooked and tasty.The waiting staff were always polite and courteous. Infact all the staff were very helpful and approachable. As a three star hotel we were more than happy with our choice and this contributed to a very relaxing and memorable holiday. We would be more than happy to recommend and to return ourselves in the future.
I've stayed here lots of times and I love coming here. From check in to check out, the staff are fantastic and couldn't be more helpful. The rooms are a good size and spotlessly clean. Plenty of choice at breakfast time, and athough I missed lunches the evening meals are lovely. Go all inclusive LITE for a great meals and drinks package which will suit most tastes. Located in the upper town near the market, it's about a 15-20 minute stroll to the harbour. Uphilly coming back but there is a bus about every 20 minutes or a taxi about 6 euros. I always walked back tho. The old town has had a massive makeover due to Paphos being european city of culture 2017, I'm not sure but I think I liked it better the way it was! Massive thanks to the hotel and the friendly and helpful staff for looking after me. Back again in May for 14 days, and I can't wait!!!!
Had a lovely stay at the Agapinor in March. It is a good 3 star hotel and we chose to stay on the all inclusive basis. Food is all served buffet style and is plentiful and of a good quality. I am a fussy eater and usually when we stay all inclusive there is usually a couple of meals that I struggle to find something to eat and we eat out - was not the case here. Food might get a bit monotonous if staying more than a week. We stayed early in the season so there wasn't a lot of places open in the immediate area and several museums were closed throughout our stay.The staff are all very friendly and the hotel is kept very clean. There is a nice little pool area and we never struggled to find a sunbed. You can walk to the harbour area but there is a good bus service that stops just outside. Drinks are only served between lunch at 12.30 and 11.30pm so this tends to discourage those who come on holiday and just spend their time at the bar. Worth paying extra for a seaview room. The sunsets from the 3rd floor were lovely. Great to be able to charge phones, etc without the need for an adaptor. TV has some english speaking channels. A lovely base for a nice restful holiday. Wouldn't hesitate to return
Ignore the bad reviews, if you want a five star beach hotel and unlimited anytime all inclusive then go elsewhere! Good points are the food quality (although not much choice), excellent points are great choice of drinks including local spirits, beer on tap and excellent central location. Great Sunset views on the 3rd Floor facing the sea. Drinks are only available on the 'all inclusive' from 12:30pm in the afternoon to 11:30pm in the evening. Entertainment is basic but is on three times a week Tue-Thu. Overall good and a great price. Special mention to Nathan and Giorgos, great staff!
Great location in the Old Town with easy access to local bus service or a very enjoyable walk to the Harbour Area. Extremely friendly, helpful staff, very clean hotel, perfectly adequate bedrooms with bath and shower over. Good hot food which is not always the case in warm countries. Would not hesitate to return.
This was my second stay at the Agapinor hotel. It's a pleasant but slightly dated hotel, I guess built in the 60s or 70s. It's comfortable and spotlessly clean with terrific views of the sea and over the town below. It is right at the edge of the newly developed area of the old town with its mix of new trendy and the more traditional bars and cafes in its newly developed squares. The bus service in Paphos is really good with a bus stop right outside the hotel on the route up from the town and a short walk either up or down to the service connecting with the harbour. They run from early morning until after midnight. If you are on a board basis the food, served buffet style, is good usually with bacon, sausage beans and egg, cereals, toast, Greek yoghurt (honey available if you fancy it) biscuits and fruit and a large choice of beverages for breakfast. Lunch consists of two hot dishes, salad bar, Greek dips and puddings and fruit and a choice of beverages. Ice cream is also available if you ask for it. There is a choice of homemade soup, Greek dips, three main hot dishes, salad bar, puddings and fruit and a choice of beverages, in the evening. The waiters will serve you drinks from the bar. All the staff are friendly and will always do their best to help you to have a pleasant stay. I would stay again. Just don’t expect 5 star for the price of 3.
Hotel situated near old town and was perfect for us near shops, market and bus stop right outside to go to harbour and bus station . Lovely staff, food good, not a great selection but ample and well cooked. Room had a great view (103) and sunsets were fab! Pool decent size and everything was cleaned each morning. If you want a stay in a typical smallish hotel in a good location for those not bothered about the beach ,rather than 5 star in the middle of nowhere then look no further. It is only 3 star and you get what you pay for but ideal if on a budget and could not fault staff, food or cleanliness. Get a daily ticket 5 euros for hopping on and off buses all day in Paphos region, or get a weekly one for 20 euros, Also loved Paphos Wi e Tour.
Room 303 had a lovely sea view. The hotel was perfect in every way, decoration is typical for Cyprus with no imperfections or damage . The only thing I do not appreciate is the connecting door in the room, I can hear people next door.and their TV. This was not for the whole break, thankfully. There is no kettle in the room, take your own if you want to make tea or coffee. There is no fridge either, but it is only A 3 star hotel.. The staff make you very welcome and also rotate jobs on reception and in the restaurant, with a few exceptions. On arrival the man on reception recognised that it was my birthday, whilst checking my passport. Thank you so much for the bottle of champagne, my wife and I enjoyed that. The room is in very good repair and even the bathroom as well. The only decent UK TV station is Sky News, a refreshing break from the usual boring BBC World. A modern tv as well. The shower is over the bath and there is plenty of hot water. Beds are comfortable. There is also plenty of hangers in the wardrobe. Wi fi in bedroom is no good, and is chargeable. We got a refund from reception. The Internet is free in the public areas, but slow - adequate for email and basic surfing. The balcony is very private and sheltered, you couldn't see anyone on adjacent balconies. There is a sea view, and a patio table with 2 chairs. Adequate seating and tables in the bedroom is useful. The breakfast is basic but excellent value with plenty of variety. Self service and also restocked regularly. Evening meal is good as well. Good cooking, with choice of 2 dishes most sittings. All buffet style like breakfasts. The desserts always feature jelly, and some cake or blancmange style dish. Twice we enjoyed apple crumble, -the biggest pan of crumble I have ever seen. Lovely crumble with really thick apple underneath.It was early season and the outdoor pool was too cold for anyone to swim in. Plenty of places to sit out of doors. We were fortunate to have lovely sunny weather. The staff are professional and friendly. It is not often one stays in a hotel and can see that the staff really enjoy their jobs - like one happy family. The cook is also a very happy person as is her hard working assistant cook who replenishes the food at meal times. Rooms were cleaned daily, but we had to ask for our towels to be replaced. Turn round of towels should be every other day. A 3 star gem, delivering excellence in service and value for money, we would go again. The old town is outside and interesting to walk round. I enjoyed seeing the wall paintings, which are part of the European Year of Culture award, won a while back in Paphos. Marks and Spencer food hall is nearby. The bus only costs 1 Euro.50 cents in to town, 5 Euro for a day's travel. Even out of season the buses are very frequent and reliable. You can walk down to the new Shopping Mall, it is massive and has a good restaurants and cafes on the first floor. We find it very easy to get down to the harbour, the Tomb of Kings by bus. A great winter break, thanks to everyone.
Not a beach hotel, as it is in Ktima Paphos. Really enjoyed the stay here. Private parking space is available at back of hotel. The room I was in had a fantastic view over Paphos and the sea. Has balcony to sit and watch sun going down. Rooms are very good size with AC. However it must be noted that the bathroom floor was very grotty, with clumps of hair that looked like they had been there for ever. How was the cleaner was missing those ? Hopefully houekeeping will take note! There is a decent buffet breakfast. In the evening there is a live music act. So all in all, a very decent hotel and would be glad to stay here again.
- Close to Tombs of the Kings
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Free parking
Tombs of the Kings is within a mile (2 km) of Agapinor, and other popular sites like Paphos Archaeological Park are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 73-room, 3-star hotel has 2 restaurants, an outdoor pool, and free self parking. Located in central Paphos, the hotel is also near Paphos Harbour and Paphos Lighthouse.
Free buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Artemis Restaurant, which specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
All 73 recently renovated rooms feature balconies, phones, and desks. Guests can expect WiFi and 24-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Hair dryers are also standard.
Guests of Agapinor have access to an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and free WiFi in public areas. Free parking is included with your stay. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning or laundry, and answer any questions about the accommodations. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a library and a terrace.
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60.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 940 reviews