Coral Beach Hotel and Resort5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed here from Christmas Eve until New Year’s Eve and what a place it was, we arrived late and had a sandwiches and drinks left in our room, of which was one of the best rooms we have stayed in, the bed was so comfy, we where all inclusive and we could not fault the food or service it was quite busy for Christmas and new year but we still had a good time, it is such a large Hotel and there where a few private functions going on while we where there, we even had the Cypriot President one evening and that was a privilege to have been there even the gentleman that built and owns the Hotel Mr Leptos was staying there now that shows how good it is. Overall it was a fantastic Christmas holiday and will certainly be going back there.
First time away for the new year and don,t think we could have picked a better place to stay. Although a lot of the outdoor areas were closed because of the lower no of guests it did not affect our stay. The bar and restaurant staff were attentive and friendly and the catering staff did us proud. Housekeeping was good and again friendly.
The trip was to celebrate our 40th Wedding Anniversary. As we were going late in the year, we didn't expect all the facilities to be available. we arrived 30 November 2017. We were thrilled that all but one of the restaurants were open (there's 4). The sun was shining the whole week, we were able to sunbath by the pool or go down to the beach. The sea was really warm! The hotel offered evening entertainment in the restaurant & Bars. The food is amazing, you can have buffet style or dine in the a la carte restaurant. The quality and selection of fresh food is sublime, the desserts are all fresh and delicious. What stands out is the service, Reception, Bar, Restaurant, they all seem to be trained to a high standard, they are always smiling, patient and willing to help. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel. I would also recommend the area, Coral Beach is a beautiful part of Cyprus, near enough to Paphos for sight seeing. You drive on the left which helps us Brits but if you don't want to drive the buses are great. Bus stop across road from entrance to hotel. WE LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF OUR VISIT AND CAN'T WAIT TO RETURN NEXT YEAR. I wrongly assumed the hotel and area would be quiet in Nov/Dec, not so, We will definitely go again end of November into December.
Just returned from a week holiday all inclusive. Had a great time but not all restaurants were open. That said the catering staff pulled out all the stops and produced an amazing NYE buffet a real show stopper!
We have just returned from the most fantastic two week Christmas and New Year stay at the Coral Beach Hotel and the service, the condition of the hotel and quality of the food was second to none. The management and staff should be proud of all that they have achieved, catering for hundreds of guests plus private events of up to 700 people and you wouldn't notice any difference in the quality or the service. For a hotel that is so big, it feels small and friendly and you don't really feel that it is a full hotel, which is excellent. There are plenty of people around but it always felt calm. The variety of restaurants are such that you never had to queue and they seemed to open the right size restaurant for the number guests and when it was really busy they created a family restaurant and an adults only restaurant to ensure that everybodies needs were met. The Al a Carte restaurant - Rotisserie - is a must, you can access it as many times as you like and whilst there is a set menu, with normally three or four main course choices, this is changed every night during the week, so if you are not a buffet fan, then you could have a different meal everyday if you were there for a week. In regard to the buffet restaurant, there is an excellent choice every night and whilst during the Christmas period with all the Gala meals - 4 in total - the menu was generally around the world with a specific Cypriot night but in main season, there is a different theme every night. There is plenty for everyone's tastes and it was always piping hot and regularly restocked. Every night there were are least two roasts, an array of sea food and pasta, as well as probably 10-15 other main choices. The desserts were exceptionally good from the art work by the chocolate chefs to the pastry chefs, everything was tasty, again something that is quite rare, as desserts can often be very bland. What was a really nice little touch was that Michael Leptos the owner of the hotel and Leptos Estates, who seem to own the majority of south Cyprus was around for several days. He was very low key but ensured that everything was perfect for all his guests. He was a really humble man and very unassuming, to the point that had we not read the literature in the room, we probably wouldn't have known who he was, but was very pleased to be recognised and chatted for a while, which was really nice. The management in the hotel are always visible and hands on, if necessary, which is excellent for such a large hotel. Drinks are unlimited and whilst you pay extra for some premium brands, the quality of all the drinks including the wines was really good quality, often in all inclusive hotels, the wine lets it down, but certainly not in this case. We can't mention all the staff who made our visit so enjoyable, as there are too many from the maids, especially the evening maid, who refreshed your towels and turned down the beds ready for the evening to the huge team of chefs and kitchen staff, but we would like to say a special thanks to Valentin, Antonios, Anatsis, Neophitis, Micjaela,Silivia and Peter, apologies for any spelling mistakes on the names or anybody not specifically mentioned, you all deserve high praise. Whilst the entertainment generally was low key, it was sufficient for this time of year and we understand that this ramps up in the summer season, so we will definitely be back again later in the year, but unfortunately due to other commitments not until 2019, where we are sure we will see exactly the same high quality service and hopefully the same staff.
Stayed here during low season on a business trip. Nice welcoming hotel, good spa and wet areas, indoor pool should be a little warmer. Great sea view rooms that could use a little more maintenance. Breakfast buffet was fantastic, "Limani Taverna" is a must try, lovely ambiance, great food & service
We first visited the Coral Bay Hotel 30 years ago for afternoon tea and were impressed by its location. Coming back to stay for a week, the hotel and the beautiful bay hadn't changed much. The panoramic sea view from our first floor bedroom was so relaxing and its a joy not to be squeezed between a row of other hotels. The beds are enormous and extremely comfortable. Our only criticism was that the air conditioning had been changed over to heating because the hotel's management had decided that it was needed - they obviously don't appreciate that 20 degrees is a summer's day for us Brits. To be honest, the bathrooms show the hotel's age but it was a small gripe. The hotel was quite quiet when we arrived but got much busier on Christmas Eve and Day but the the service remained consistently attentive in both the restaurant and main bar. Most of the staff are friendly and willing to please. We ate most of our meals in the main restaurant and the quality, availability and choice of the buffet was excellent. The a la carte is recommended in the evening (only one open out of season). The main bar is very relaxing and has a old-world charm, it's decor reminding us of some of the bars in the West Indies. We'd hired a car for the week and this is recommended because the hotel is quite isolated. It takes a good 20 minutes to drive to Paphos and the Troodos Mountains are at least a hour's driving away. Useful information: English sockets but bring 2-way adaptors because there aren't enough Premium drinks not included in all-inclusive Very clean hotel Attractive outside areas
Our apartment was everything we expected and more. The apartments are individually owned and are all not the same. Our kitchen came with all mod cons, double bed in bedroom and a sofa bed in the living area. The balcony overlooked the sea which was in front of our apartment block. We also overlooked the pool. Everything close by including the town with shops, restaurants and bars which was a 10 min walk. Come out of apartment blocks, either walk down to the sea, walk to your left and keep going till you get to the beach front restaurants and bars. OR. Walk out of your block (3 blocks) and walk away from the beach and up the road (slight hill but no problem for those with disabilities), either continue up the road and turn right or cut across the waste land. After turning right you will come across your nearest shop (milk, bread, drink, food, fags, etc), continue down this road for 5 min untill you get to the traffic lights then turn left, you will now be able to see the strip. We went early November and everything was either closed for the season or closing up. Only 3 bars were open and by the time we left only one was still open. The bar (English pub serving food) that stays open all year is right at the other end of the strip opposite McDonald's. The food was really cheap and good, good portion sizes, I loved the tuna cheese melt. Try and drink the local beer, much cheaper. The sea was surprisingly clear, I've been to Jamaca and the sea was better in Cyprus. If you like a more private beach with less people then instead of turning left when you hit the beach coming from your block, you turn right, 1st beach you come across is tiny but keep on walking and there are another 2 beaches. Should be an ice cream van on the beach at some point and there also a couple of restaurants. The main beach is just off the strip which you will come across if you walk into talk along the beach from your block. Overall a great place to go and child friendly but avoid going after November as it closes down and feels like a ghost town.
Great hotel with friendly, welcoming staff. Buffet meals have good choice and beautiful location for indoor or outdoor dining. Spent New Year here for a family holiday. Plenty of things to see. Sea Caves taxi company just outside the hotel provide a prompt & efficient service for short or long journeys. We hired a taxi for the day & had a fabulous day seeing many of the historic sites of Paphos. Would definitely recommend the Coral Beach Hotel.
We have just left after a great week vacation arriving on Boxing Day. We had booked a sea view room and it was a lovely view photos attached nice balcony with a table and chairs and was quiet so we slept with the doors open with the sound of the waves. Fabulous comfy super king size bed with decent linen. Nice big towels hand towels were big enough to get long hair wrapped up ! Complimentary conditioner, shampoo, soap, shower gel and body lotion. Don’t fear if you see an ancient hair dryer in the bathroom there is another much more powerful one in the desk drawer. Kettle and tea / coffee refilled every day. If you want to use fridge ask at reception to get it unlocked. Safe was complimentary but you can’t fit a laptop / MacBook in. Loads of hanging space and coat hangers in the wardrobe Uk plug sockets in the room as well as EU Housekeeping did a good job each day We were glad to be here in low season as there was no hassle over loungers and the pool was empty outdoors it was freezing when we braved it a few times sea was warmer! Indoor pool always full of kids some adult only time would be good. Jacuzzi , sauna and steam room thankfully 16+ and were not too busy , good gym. Also squash and tennis courts and lots more. Spa has some great specials and they work out the best deal for you. Over NY they split up the dining rooms so there was an adults only one which was good. Food generally good large choice so you could always find multiple things to eat. Drinks service sometimes slow on restaurant and bar depended on who you had. New Year’s Eve dinner was fabulous. Nightclub fun and old school tunes remember all inclusive only runs till midnight. Cocktails desperately need fresh juices rather than concentrate . Local beer and wine good. You can do a great coastal walk from the hotel if you walk right out of the back of the hotel and go towards the nice sandy beach better for swimming off than the hotel One then carry on past the restaurant and coach park and go through a cut through then past some houses being built then you are up on the cliffs and can walk a reasonable distance with just a few fisherman and dog walkers for company Great hotel and nice staff. Not sure I would like it in high season but lovely st this time of year.
- 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 Maa-Paliokastro Archaeological Site and Coral Bay Beach. 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% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1605 reviews