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- A charge for a mandatory Christmas Eve gala dinner on 24 December is included in the total price shown.
- A charge for a mandatory New Year's Eve gala dinner on 31 December is included in the total price shown.
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- Connecting or adjoining rooms can be requested, but all rooms are subject to availability. Contact the property using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
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Coral Beach Hotel and Resort5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I went with my wife for one week all inclusive.l at the end of March.Yes the rooms are a little dated however, they are clean (and cleaned every day) and my wife commented on how fresh the rooms smelt on arrival. The reception team were very helpful and all the management team in the restaurants were friendly and chatty and did really care for all the guests. The team in the bar were excellent and can say only waiter was a bit miserable.The food across the day is excellent.Yes it can get repetitive (doesn’t any all inclusive?) but it has a great choice and always had a good mix of chicken,lamb,beef,pork,fish and vegetarian options.The drinks menu was fine and just what you expect from an all inclusive list.Would gladly come back and bring the kids with us as the facilities cater for all ages. This hotel does really try to appeal to everyone so with that there will always be something to criticise.I have attached some photos which were taken at the hotel. Outside of the hotel I have to say Paphos is looking tatty and tired.It had been almost 20 years since we had last been and was taken aback by how much it has built up.Thats progress for you!
My husband and I booked a week at the Coral Beach Hotel for just the two of us. We found the staff to be attentive and friendly and always willing to help. My overwhelming memory when we entered our bedroom (in block 1) was the smell of clean linen. The room was immaculately clean if a little tired in places and was the perfect escape. Mealtimes were well organised although I would imagine it could be quite chaotic at peak season. The school holiday started at the end of our visit and there was a marked difference in the number of people eating. Make sure you visit the Rotisserie restaurant - the food was superb. All in all a very good holiday - we thoroughly enjoyed it and would recommend the hotel wholeheartedly.
Slight problem on arrival in that they did not have the rooms available that we had booked, however with just a few minutes to wait matter was resolved, though we were told they had given us a significant upgrade. Our room was excellent just a few minor issues with some lights not working, however this was generally resolved when a very nice man from the maintenance team arrived to do the fixing. The staff throughout this stay were particularly significant, very friendly, very helpful. The shortage of teaspsoons at breakfast was highlighted with the restaurant manager and next morning teaspoons were abundant. Breakfast was overwhelming, ample to meet every taste and very hard to make choices. Hard to imagine how anyone could complain about the quantity or the variety on offer. Breakfast on the warm and sunny terrace was a highlight. Evening meals, we only had a few in the hotel, the quality and quantity was very good, though perhaps limited variety from one day to the next, understandable when catering for so many, and we were happy to eat out on some evenings. The hotel is very well appointed, comfortable, easy access to the beach, but with a very good swimming pool with and indoor pool that we did not use. Our room was in a great location with direct access to garden and beach with our own patio that was also in a quiet location. All in all a great experience and one we would have no hesitation in visiting again.
We wanted a week away in the sun out of season. As huge fans of Cyprus I was delighted to find this hotel in Coral Bay that fit the bill. It is one of the few areas we had never visited. We were absolutely delighted with our sea view room, the views were wonderful. The room was cleaned daily to a high standard. There is plenty of wardrobe space and a free safe. We didn’t use the minibar but it was stocked. Whilst we are not well versed in many all inclusive offerings I have to say we were absolutely delighted with the choice and beautifully presented fresh food. Meat and fish dishes rivalled some of the local restaurants we visited. I was disappointed that some of the themed restaurants were closed. This was not noted when I booked and my email to request a booking for my husbands birthday before we arrived, was never acknowledged. Had I had this knowledge I would have been armed to plan something special in advance. There was a small waiter service restaurant housing about 20 tables. This is at no cost other than speciality wines. It provided a nice environment but I did prefer the food we had in the general restaurant. Yanninis is very much the frontman for service, greeting clients in the lobby, restaurant and being available around the complex in the day. I observed the way in which he supported, advised and generally led people, it was a good image for the hotel. A lovely young man who does add value to the team. We discovered one of the buffet restaurants was adult only and this suited us. Dress code and child friendly were loosely followed. People were not challenged and did abuse this request. Drinks were generous and we were pleasantly surprised by the selection included. The Pool Barman is amazing. He was quick, efficient and pleasant. We couldn’t fault any of the team who were friendly, efficient and attentive. Kids filling the indoor pool and under age in the gym was off putting. I didn’t get to exercise as I had hoped. The area wasn’t really what we like so we stayed around the complex other than hiring a car and touring the coast and into the Troodos Mountains. Weather was mixed but the staff managed every situation supporting guests, it was good to see. The staff cleared public areas with speed and efficiency. No one would have known there had been storms other than the sky. Animation team - two friendly lads offered 4/5 daytime activities but were never pushy. They then managed evening events which were fun but never in your face. We probably won’t return just because the area doesn’t interest us and we do like to get out and about. However, I have already recommended the hotel to families it is super. MY REVIEW WOULD NOT ALLOW ME TO INFILL RATINGS SERVICE 5. LOCATION 4. CLEANLINESS 5
One of the oldest and the largest hotel and resort in Coral Bay, Paphos. Need a renovation to return to its glory. Have visited the hotel with the family. It was renovated most recently and have a fresh look. Has its own pool, good sandy beach (unfortunately not cleaned from seaweed, after the most recent storm) which is a great addition to vacation at the sea, as Paphos has a limited selection of sandy beaches. It is also the last stop for the bus from the centre of Paphos, which is also counted as a great advance, making the commute to all destinations chip and fast.
This large hotel is well situated and tries hard to please. Gardens and pool area very good. Hotel is a bit dated but rooms were clean and comfortable. On a fully exclusive deal , information about what was and was not included were not clear enouugh. Niggles were that 4 of the plug sockets in the bedroom were blanked off and one behing the bedside table was broken. The impact of this was there were two 3 pin square pin sockets in the room which were being used by the hair dryer and fridge, so to charge a phone or table one had to go under furniture to remove one appliance. Plenty of choice at all three meals but food a little bland, hot options were never hot. Warm to luke warm and on some occassions stone cold. To be fair there was an option to eat in another area of the resteraunt and have a set menu. However the menu for this was posted daily and with limited availability which meant it was fully booked early each day. We only managed to eat there once although we tried 3 times. Food was hot here. Beach area was untidy and a 2 ft wall of seaweed excluded use of the beach. We were outide the formal "season" which prpbably explains this. Kiddies area looked good although it was also not open at the time we visited. Only 2 of the 4 resteraunts on site were open. While one or two of the staff did not pay attention in the customer care training the vast majority were polite, efficient and helpful. Again because we were out of season there was no information at all about other things to do. The Local Tourist information centre had not delivered them yet. Take an extension lead.
We now live on Cyprus and booked the hotel so that we could visit friends staying in the hotel for the week. We last stayed in the hotel in 1996 (3 years after it first opened). The resort has expanded a bit since then and so has the Hotel. The rooms are well decorated but the hotel is showing its age around the edges (scuffed walls, stained carpets). The staff are friendly and very helpful and we had a relaxing time however, the hotel has now moved into the world of all inclusive and we were offered, on arrival the opportunity to upgrade at the cost of 40 euros per person (this would have cost us 240 EUROS for two days (3 adults in our party). We decided not to and as I suspected purchase prices were grossly inflated; 1 x pint of KEO larger 4.90, 200 yards away in the local pub 2.40! and a vodka and coke, a whopping 7.50. The drinks were of a poor quality and were sent back, flat coke and a flat beer. This is a cheap trick and will most likely result in me advising others about the costs at the bar and those of the all inclusive armband! In addition, if I am a resident (but not all inclusive) why do I have to pay for the sauna? Do you really want my business are we just too small a target audience? Sad quirks to an enjoyable stay. The chaps working the pool deserve medals they never stop!
5* hotel that looks a bit tired but staff are lovely...paid for a upgraded suite at a cost of £240 which was worth it....not much to do in the surrounding area so either hire a car or jump on a bus...bus stop right outside hotel..you must ring the bell when you want to get off at your stop or the will go by it....single trip 1.5e or 5e for day pass...good food at the cafe to the right of the hotel (looking out to the sea).
Nice hotel, stunning location, nice room, very pleasant helpful staff. The food overall was of a mainly Greek / middle eastern style - Grilled vegetables (featuring aubergine) was present every meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and there was an emphasis for Greek style stifado stews and lamb or goat served on the bone. Desserts always had baklava style honey cakes which I much prefer to other deserts made with over sweetened confectioners cream. One downside was that we have a pair of burgundy M&S mens trousers - worn once - taken from the hangers in the wardrobe. The hotel management were in denial and think we imagined it saying they have CCTV to prevent thefts (we didn't expect any form of compensation, just that they were aware that this was happening). Need something like a vivarium lock with 2cm panel capacity to secure the sliding wardrobe doors.
Dear Trip Advisor Customers, I had a bad experience throughout. O.K. swimming in pool was O.K. outside but really cold at this time of year. But I did. I would agree with some of the comments on poor and terrible on this website. I don't really feel able to develop my negative feedback.It is and was a depressing experience.The hotel took up a lot of my time trying to resolve many problems. As I was there with projects and intending to have a holiday this made me feel that I didn't wish to return to Cyprus and definitely NOT to this hotel. Some of the food was good and the catering staff I feel work hard. Much to choose from.Varied. The hotel staff and management always have answers to why the various things that went wrong occurred. One example was the lights went off in the room because I had left the door to my room open!! I have NEVER left my door open whilst taking a shower! When I had a manager in the room again the lights went off. I thought I was nuts until that point! If 'some renovations' in rooms and public areas has taken place then I would advise you to address the so called "Business Centre" . No way is this provision of 5 star standard. Seats don't meet the desk level, keyboard worn, sticky, dirty and computers wobbling and looking VERY basic. Only one computer allows you to print. Mosquitos even here! Hovering. The steam and sauna locker areas called (SPA) are not all numbered and some have written numbers with pen (or similar). The areas are 'shabby' and being asked where a locker is or needing to ask is no fun at all. If you are not 'all inclusive' they charge 6 euros to visit! The planting in large pots below my 'sea view' room was depressing. The plants were dry, dying and generally neglected.Palm tree in pot dying and most of the pots overturned. Weeds in them even. (you could ask "What is a weed" and I am certain the hotel admin responding will!) It was sad to see a Bourganvilia tree that had not been maintained and struggling for life on the roof. Early riser breakfast was poor and I didn't take part in it as I was the only person there having to pick up from an area where several other 'users' had left dirty plates and uncovered food. I hope you like cats? I didn't care for the coffee. Whole apples sometimes soft.Otherwise prepared fruit at breakfast was good. Oranges you can pick up outside for 1 euro for a bag of 5 along the roadsides in and out of Paphos. If however you have paid for breakfast (as I did and on my final day there was nothing) the provisions could have been better. A manager assured me there would be something. Usually such assurances came to nothing.So in total two breakfast not had. I changed room three times during my stay finally on the last day eventually getting a fairly O.K. room (after refusing one with torn wallpaper and black marks on the walls) which did look like it had been refurbished. In Greek the receptionist having to allocate a room concerned me as there was much argument with whomever she was in dialogue with on the phone) However I then, in the new room discovered a missing cable rendered the t.v. 'no signal' and finally as I was getting ready to drive to the airport the hairdryer I discovered didn't work. I spent 1 day out of 9 in a fairly O.K. room. I still wouldn't describe this as 5 star at all. It was just about O.K. as a 3 star description.With a complete overall maybe 4. Still the wardrobe areas neede, like all the other rooms, to be decorated and improved. The wall coverings in these areas was a kind of hairy matty substance on which splashes of glue remained where old signs had been removed and room instructions replaced. This was in every room I went in. I could develop these items and add more but I am generally trying to give feedback that paints a true view of my experience. I don't know what a good room would be but I guess that you could have a room on the 3rd floor main hotel and even the Presidential Suite if you paid for it. The annex to the left seemed to have some refurbished rooms but I only saw inside the one I stayed in finally. It was a long walk to reception from there I have had some difficulty writing this review. I trust this assists Trip Advisor Customers. Best
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Coral Beach Hotel and Resort places you within a 10-minute stroll of Coral Bay Beach and Maa-Paliokastro Archaeological Site. This 422-room, 5-star hotel has 3 outdoor pools along with a full-service spa and 6 restaurants. It's on the beach and also close to Pafos Zoo.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy dining at Coral Restaurant, one of 6 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
Coral Beach Hotel and Resort's 422 rooms are soundproofed and provide balconies, minibars, and coffee makers. 31-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Other standard amenities include free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and phones.
Guests of Coral Beach Hotel and Resort have access to a full-service spa, 3 outdoor pools, and a nightclub. There's free parking and limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include an indoor pool, a children's pool, and a health club.
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84.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1700 reviews