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.
Situated just 150 yards across a road from a sandy beach, the Aloe Hotel is also just a short distance to the harbour in Paphos with its many restaurants and other attractions.
The hotel has established a high standard of service and comfort combined with a wide range of amenities including two outdoor pools and a heated indoor pool. The hotel has a watersports club incorporating a dive school. There is a choice of two restaurants, a coffee shop and well stocked bar. Please note that this hotel operates a strict dress code at its restaurants in the evenings.
hotel very well placed for all places you require food hit and miss we were there when the virus struck. this is account of what went on with mercury holidays and there so called rep who is not employed by them she is employed by a travel company called Louis travel .this is what we were told. Friday informed Jet 2 moving all their customers to be off the island of Cyprus by 21 march...
Mercury so called rep Fiona did not turn up on Saturday 14 March to answer any of our concerns. Come Sunday 15 March said everything was ok no problem with flights all leaving as normal.s She came again Monday 16 March said all had changed do not ask her any questions because she does not have any answers She left and did not turn up until Wednesday 17 March informing us that Easy Jet had cancelled all flights until the 30 March but there were flights from Larnaca Airport run by B A and if anybody wanted to book these flights she would do this for them these flights cost 600 to 1200 euros no mention of JET 2 Fights which we booked for Manchester airport at 250 euros ourselves even though we told her of these flights was there conflict of interest ie LOUIS TRAVEL. Went to paphos airport on Thursday to get on our JET 2 flight We all eight of us could not believe there was a Easy jet reparation flight leaving at 1630 from Paphos airport that day it left with only 70 to 80 people on board. What makes this so sad is that there were guests in our hotel the Aloe also in Annabelle Almyra in Paphos
Stayed here for a week, someone could’ve warned us this was essentially an old people’s home abroad... The main hotel area reception area is fine - pretty standard. The rooms are very basic and in desperate need of a spring clean & redecorating. The inside of the balcony curtain for example was absolutely filthy.....
if you brushed past it you ended up covered in thick dust. We thought this was just our room but next door was the same. The food was dreadful. We ended up eating out a fair few times because it was so poor. Plenty of choice yes but all over-cooked / under-seasoned. There is a “games room” which we visited very briefly when it was stormy outside. This is essentially a massive empty room with a very dated and damaged ping pong table - presumably the paddles and balls are available from reception but we decided against this. The gym equipment is older than the clientele. It took two people to adjust the seat on the bicycle because it was thick with rust. The swimming pools outside are very nice but not heated so didn’t get much use sadly. Staff were generally friendly with the exception of one waiter (who’s name I forget unfortunately), he was very rude and had no recognition for personal space (I thought he was going to slice my dads cheek off when he took his plate away!!).
All in all, I don’t think we’ll be returning. The location is good but having paid what we did, it’s certainly not good value for money. We’ve heard they may be completely refurbishing so maybe we’d consider a return visit should this happen.
Great location within 15 min easy stroll into harbour are, cafes etc, but dealing with hotel, Given a four star rating according to Tui, well that’s generous. We had a twin room, third floor, and it was passable , just. Small hard beds, bathroom function able...
Dining is average at best, dinner possible breakfast poor, i vomitted due to bacon, continental ok. Bar prices ok ,cheaper outside which was expected, we drank out side after first night. Decor dated, seating areas some threadbare.cutting to final review, its a3 star at best, average overall. Best thing was indoor pool.
stayed at the Aloe for a week in february my room was clean and bright with a tv( only 1 english channel ) the staff were friendly and attentive in all areas house keepers, reception bar and restaurant and out door workers, the outdoor pools were large and clean a bit chilly for me to go in but the indoor pool was warm and big enough to swim in , the food was good quality and a good selection every night the location was good a short walk to the harbour and opposite the beach. i sent a emal requesting information which was replied to very quickly and my request were granted (many thanks ) my tip would be to take your own kettle and tea bags and buy milk when in paphos as kettles are not supplied but you can hire them from the hotel i would happily stay at the Aloe hotel again i had a great stay a bit of me time as a solo traveler
Common ways very nice, reception etc but rooms a bit tired. Good position, turn right for the harbour or left to walk along seafront hotel gardens. Food was a bit poor and not hot enough but OK if you’re not too fussy...
A plus is the size of the pools. Unfortunately there were ants in the room.