Venus Beach Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel is beautiful when you arrive. The reception area is lovely. Furniture in rooms tired and not particularly clean. Beds are uncomfortable and air con not that good. Had room 417 which overlooks the sea and the tombs of the kings. Pool was great- would be better if more decent sun loungers were available and new parasols are needed. Food was not good the worst I've had on any all inclusive holiday ever. Served up lukewarm dishes everyday. I know not everyone likes really hot food but I do. The evening bar waitresses were fabulous as were most of the staff. Nothing was too much trouble from the towel guy at the pool to the reception staff. Don't think I will be returning to this hotel
Entry to the hotel is very nice and impressive, but already when getting to the lift than to the corridor and room I felt like I came back to the last century. Old looking walls, carpets, bathroom and furnitures. Beautiful view on the pool side. Bath very dirty with funny smell. Breakfast like for 5* was very poor. Very friendly front desk staff and a lady in the gift shop :) in my opinion hotel don't deserve more than 3*.
We stayed at the Venus Beach for one week as we were attending a wedding as it was pretty late when we booked i did read the reviews prior to booking and to be honest didnt expect much even though i paid extra to upgrade the room to a superior i chose this hotel as there wasnt vacancies at any other all inclusive close to the wedding Venue I was pleasantly suprises our room was just above the bar and overlooked the pool area we had a double balcony which was very spacious. The room was clean and comfortable and the bathroom was spotless we had a fridge that was supplied with a couple of bottles of water. People seemed to be complaining about the food i really cant understand why there was a reasonable choice although not vast it was hot and most dishes were cooked to perfection the choice did vary daily and was not repetative. The bar had a good choice of drinks and the staff were very helpful. The Hotel is situated in a good spot with the bus stop right outside making it ideal for sight seeing. i think its worth a mention for any freemasons that a couple of lodges meet at this Hotel so if you are visiting Paphos and fancy visiting one check them out.
It is one from a few hotels whit a private beach on the sea side and for me it was a big plus. Thank you again Ms Mirela from Reception for all the informations you give us to be our stay much more pleasant.
Who gives out the stars because this hotel is defiantly not a five they must be taking back handers as I judge it a 3 at the most!! We came back yesterday 14 June 2017 after 2 weeks, I strongly advise not going there, We went all inclusive we had to pay for a bottle of water which was 1 euro cheaper in the hotel shop then at the pool bar, no tea or coffee making services available in the rooms. The rooms badly need a make over could be cleaner. All The food breakfast lunch and dinner was disgusting no choice chicken and more chicken all food served cold even the soup.very basic salads, if you wanted a toasted sandwich instead of lunch in the dining room you was expected to pay for the sandwiches why?? as you have already paid for a lunch in your all inclusive . the tables piled high with dirty plates and glasses lunch times so you had a job finding a table not the staff fault there was not enough of them so they all worked very hard to catch up. most people decided to go to the local restaurants to get a decent meal . Why pay for all inclusive when it cost us more in the long run to get meals elsewhere. People where coming off the street and using the pool and grass loungers so guest were struggling to find loungers where was the security?? Many people had the same complaints and going to their holiday reps to complain. The evening entertainment is something to be desired only enjoyed if you are Russian and the guy who organised the entertainment with a laptop and speaker was Russian as well surprise surprise we had the Russian national anthem every night could not understand any of the other music he played thought I was in Moscow. The staff were all polite and very good it is down to bad bad management and trying to get as much money from you as possible for the little things which should have been included in all inclusive. One last thing why put in hotel description for no shorts or sandals to be worn in the dining area for it to be ignored no one asked the offenders to go and put trousers on so why include it ???/ All in all please take notice of the bad reviews which I did not as they are all correct. We will not be returning , we have been going to Cyprus for 17 years and this is defiantly the worst hotel we have stayed in . Lastly if you have children please note that you only have 1 HOUR in the morning and 1 HOUR in the afternoon slots for them to have 1 SMALL ICE CREAM EACH . I WOULD RECOMEND THIS HOTELTO MY WORST ENEMY .
Just got back from our stay here. Hotel clean but cracks in walls all over the place. I thought I was getting a separate room for the one bedroom I booked but I was wrong, me hubby & two kids had to stay in living room together. They couldn't sleep with the telly on so we all had to sleep at same time. Bad points: Wifi £30 a device Small rooms Small balcony Run down hotel No kettle / fridge in room Evening entertainment very very loud (9.30-11pm) People allowed to leave towels on poolside Sunbed's all day without returning TV only had two English channels (news & music) Good points: Breakfast good in morning but small tea & juice cups 15 min walk to restaurants Lidl over the road Fresh towels daily Staff friendly & helpful Free water & juice by reception Swimming pool nice Bus stop right outside & easy to use Shop in hotel
I stayed at the Venus beach hotel Paphos for a week from 31st May 2017 in a superior sea view room on an all inclusive basis, On arrival our bags were delivered straight to our room as we checked in and were given a tour of the room and facilities as we entered, a fruit basket and wine was in the room too on arrival, and as it was late the porter asked if we were hungry and delivered some sandwiches and cake to us before we went for a drink to the terrace bar. Where again we were treated to exceptional service and as soon as we finished our drinks we were then asked if we would like another. The food was buffet style with a wide variety to suit all tastes and the staff extremely friendly and attentive at all times, having read the reviews prior to arriving I had mixed feelings however I can honestly say my expectations were exceeded and having worked in the travel industry, I have high expectations, although I appreciate everyone is different. I would definitely return to the Venus beach hotel if ever I visit Cyprus again.
Stayed here on the 1/6/17 to 7/6/17, it is rated a 5 Star but my rating is a 3 star, hotel lovely, nice rooms, and surroundings most of staff are really nice, especially lounge, pool bar, reception, don't go with the expectation that you are going to get 5 star service, as your not, if you are all-inclusive as we were your drinks are top notch, all good quality alcohol, the food was not up to expectations, breakfast was good it was mainly lunch and dinner, I was disappointed with, they seem to cater more for the Europeans rather than all nationalities, I did complain and the food improved for a few days, but it didn't last, also ice cream is only available 11-12 in a morning and 4-6 in an afternoon, it is not available at meals unless you ask for it, also we arrived late due to changed time in flights, so we missed our evening meal, on the 1 st night, they did offer sandwiches and coffee, but it was 1 am in the morning and the way he said it, it was though it was to much trouble, so we just had the coffee which by the way was vile, and undrinkable, I bought my own at Lidl, I also expected a bottle of water in the room, on arrival but you don't get one, I asked at reception as we had missed quite a few meals, if we could have a meal on the last night, but was told you are only allowed lunch on the last day, then the all- inclusive stops, and no exceptions are allowed even though, we had paid for a full day on our arrival day, and didn't arrive till the day after, I think the hotel needs to make some changes to accommodate all guests, and to make changes to its rules.
What a fabulous time at our favourite hotel been many times and everyone makes it special 💖 this time even more as we had our wedding 💒 there 😀Alexandros, Milena & Slavo for doing all to get wedding party 🎉 on one floor and organised everything. Our cocktail 🍸 reception and great hospitality from Stavros & team was fantastic 😀. Thank you from bottom of my heart to make our day the best ever 😀😀😀💞💞💞💞Gabi&Nick
Before visiting this hotel I was so really worried as I had read many negative review, however upon arriving it totally exceeded all expectation! All the staff are so helpful and accommodating and we had a beautiful view of the sea and overlooking the Tomb of the Kings. As expected the standard of five star abroad is never the same as what you can expect from London or Dubai for example but pool, views and bars were all brilliant and the area is lovely with either a walk to the Harbour or a short bus journey, which is really easy. Lovely food, I really did eat too much aswell as a great area nearby and some lovely restaurants too! Definitely recommend!!
- Walking distance to Tombs of the Kings
- Free hot/cold buffet breakfast
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Tombs of the Kings is a short stroll from Venus Beach Hotel, and other popular attractions like Paphos Lighthouse are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 216-room, 5-star hotel has free breakfast, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. On the beach, it's also near Paphos Archaeological Park and Paphos Harbour.
Free hot/cold buffet breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at Nefeli Restaurant, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café.
The 216 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including furnished balconies or patios, minibars, and phones. 14-inch TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets.
At Venus Beach Hotel, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available 24 hours) for EUR 34 per vehicle. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this beach hotel include a children's pool, a fitness center, and a sauna.
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45% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 817 reviews