Come to Cyprus and you'll discover a country steeped in ancient history and bathed in golden sunshine. Stay at the luxurious five star Coral Beach Hotel and you'll be able to holiday in the lap of luxury and enjoy the wealth of historical interest to discover in nearby Paphos, which is 10 minutes away by car. The Coral Beach Hotel is situated on a natural sandy beach with its own private boat harbour, on the edge of the wildly picturesque Akamas peninsula, a UNESCO protected area.
Some hotels really do offer the ultimate holiday experience – and we think the fabulous five star Coral Beach Hotel is a great example. It boasts excellent facilities, including a choice of six restaurants, all with their own adjoining terraces for alfresco dining, a large outdoor freshwater pool and a wide variety of sport and leisure activities.
So how will you spend your day here? Let's start with a dip in the pool! You'll have the choice to swim indoors or outdoors, and children have two separate pools of their own for more energetic pool games. Or perhaps you'd like to go for an underwater adventure? Here at the Coral Beach Hotel, there are a variety of watersports on offer including scuba diving.
Of course being on a holiday of a lifetime means having the chance to indulge in some relaxation and there are plenty of opportunities for that too at the Coral Beach Hotel. Why not try out the peaceful health and beauty spa, or spend some time in the sauna, Jacuzzi or steam rooms? After all that deep cleansing, the hairdressers might be worth a visit so you look your very best when you venture out for the evening.
There's no need to go far for an evening's entertainment. The Coral Beach Hotel caters well for evening guests with a choice of three bars (or the pool bar for drinks outside) as well as some wonderful restaurants and a nightclub to really let your hair down. For more relaxed entertainment there's also snooker, pool and a games room too.
And when the time comes to go to bed, rooms at the Coral Beach are just what you need. Comfortable with a tasteful and stylish decor, all twin and double rooms feature individual air conditioning, full en suite bathroom and either a balcony or a terrace. They also have satellite TV, in-house movies, radio and music channels, direct dial telephone, minibar, room safe and hairdryer. For a luxurious holiday in Cyprus with plenty to see and do, the Coral Beach Hotel near Paphos is an excellent choice.
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The Coral Beach Hotel and Resort is situated on a natural sandy beach with its own private boat harbour. It is an idyllic setting close to Paphos - just five miles and a 10 minute car journey - and on the edge of the wildly picturesque Akamas peninsula, a UNESCO protected area. Excellent facilities, including a choice of six restaurants, all with their own adjoining terraces for alfresco dining, a large outdoor freshwater pool and wide variety of sport and leisure activities.
Not enough sunbeds available for guests!
We decided to visit the Coral Beach Hotel & Resort. Mum dad, tow young children and two elderly parents (one of which is due a hip replacement and struggles to walk)
On arrival the first day we thought it was a one off because we didn't come down to the pool until 10am. There were no sunbeds whatsoever around the pool and surrounding areas where everyone was.
We asked the pool attendant and he kindly went and got us three beds, despite us being a family of SIX! He said, "sorry but there are no more beds available right now".
I'm an early riser, so I thought I'd get down early the next day around 730am to grab a spot for my family...
On arrival to the pool all the sunbeds were reserved with towels on them! I just about managed to find three beds and a place near to the pool, so whilst I was disappointed, I managed to get us SOME beds. Later that night I asked reception what time the towel man arrives in the morning, they replied 8am.
Day three came, I thought I'd get down for 7am to see if I could get more success. This time the beds were still half full but still plenty of beds to reserve. However the towel man wasn't open!
Despite there being a sign that says NO RESERVING BEDS BEFORE 7AM, the place was getting fuller by the minute with guests coming downstairs to reserve beds with towels they have taken back to their rooms from the day before.
there are not enough sunbeds for the amount of guests - absolutely ridiculous!
guests should not be placed under this pressure to get a sunbed every day
the hotel is not enforcing it's rules
5 stars on the brochure, maybe 20 years ago. This hotel is a let down, it clearly needs some investment.
We visited this hotel 20+ years ago and it was one of the elite hotels in Paphos. How disappointed we were to visit this all inclusive holiday camp.
The good points...
Our junior suit had views to die for and it was a pleasure to sit and listed to the waves and enjoys the sea views. ( on a down side for this reviewer the ‘exclusive wing’ is no longer adults only despite being advised as such on the hotel web site) The advertised drink on arrival, bottle of wine in room, sports and movie channels and turn down service were just a dream!, The maid service was excellent and she ensured our room was done first thing which suited us. The lounge is comfortable and the service good.
The not so good Two of the a la carte restaurant were closed ( covid?) and the Greek taverna was not included in half board but attracted a 20% discount on inflated prices.
The bad All inclusive! Which by all accounts was not inclusive and some drinks and food ( pool bar) were chargeable. We were on half board and preferred to pay for the drink/ food we want and like. My wife enjoys a glass of wine and we were appalled to find this comes from a machine and not bottle ( all inclusive) despite we paying for the privelidge. White wine not chilled and very apparent poor quality was not worthy of this hotel. One evening we paid €21 for a bottle of decent wine just to get a chilled quality glass. The pool bar food was so overpriced and the area was not conducent to an enjoyable experience from a ‘five star hotel’. We eat lunch across the road at a local bar/restaurant. The main restaurant was very much like a motorway transport cafe inside. The food was acceptable with themed nights. We always found something to eat and if an outside table was available was better than the inside area. The warm cheap wine not tried again.
Sun beds I recommend you take a torch to go down in the middle of the night to reserve your beds. We found many reserved and then not used or only used a the later part of the day. No control by the hotel.
We have has three 5* breaks this year and this hotel is 10th!!!
Back to the Alexander the Great or Amalvi next time. Lesson learned.
Enormous hotel, furnishings and fittings all very tired and old, but I was told by a taxi driver that it’s getting a refurb. It’s very needed.
Great location, 15 minute walk from main strip of Coral Bay, 3 min walk from Coralia Beach, which is beautiful...
No water on arrival, clinical, minimal check-in service, given our keys, no information about where to get breakfast even. After a long, difficult journey with a 2-year-old a warm welcome - or even just a smile - would have been appreciated.
Reception staff remained unfriendly and uninterested. Asked about upgrading from b&b to all inclusive and after she’d given me the cost she immediately starting talking to a colleague, leaving me no time to ask questions and losing the hotel a sale of over €700.
Very, very busy pool area but beautifully landscaped. Pool did have some tiles missing, but very clean and otherwise good condition. All sun loungers reserved with towels from about 8.30am, so be fast with reserving space.
Description of the room said it had a double sink and a separate toilet but we had a bathroom with a toilet and one sink only. Also said we had a private garden…it’s not a private garden it’s a small garden terrace that then leads onto a garden that you share with everybody else on the ground floor and all the other guests. It doesn’t go directly onto the beach it’s about a two minute walk onto the private beach. Queried with reception and they told me we’d been upgraded to a junior suite which is about 5 m² bigger - something else we weren’t told on arrival when we checked in. So a nice gesture, but even better if we’d have been told…
Breakfast is ok, standard buffet large hotel fare.
Spa staff were excellent, both on the phone when booking and in person.
With the exception of the spa staff and a few others, the other staff just looked furious that they were there. Husband swapped our pool towel then realised he’d forgotten one so went back - was met with ‘you’ve already had a towel’. I mean…
Generally we had a good stay, and it was very quiet at night which was good for us with a toddler. But s efinitely, absolutely, not a five star resort.
Restrictions on reserving sunbeds is at 7am at which time there is a race to claim loungers some of which we noticed were thereafter left unoccupied for long parts of the day, At the beach and round the pool in particular it was impossible to get a lounger during the day. The hotel also has a lot of weddings and we suffered with a pre wedding group of around 15 Brits (male and female) who set base camp by the beach bar and drunk constantly from 10.30am until 5.55pm when the bar closed. Loud noise and music basically ruined our holiday for two days until the hotel manager spoke to them (we were in a room nearby).
On a positive, the location of the hotel is good, the all inclusive food is perfectly adequate (though generally only one restaurant was open at the resort and otherwise a max...
of two). The staff were excellent throughout and showed good professionalism in dealing with both Brits and Russians who had drunk too much.
My tip would be to book a superior seaview room, you get a ground floor room with an additional lounge area and an outside patio and private loungers (no sunbed stress)!
We were expecting far more for 5 star. The all inclusive food is terrible. All of the drinks are served in single use flimsy plastic cups...
Lots of areas of the hotel are closed, including most of the restaurants. We were bitten by ants while sitting near the kids club and reported it to management but they did absolutely nothing. Reception were generally really unhelpful - anything we wanted or needed we had to find for ourselves or from other guests. Upon checkout they booked our car for the wrong time and called us at 2.45am to tell us it was here (waking us and our small children) then when they rebooked the car it was late. Just a nightmare when they’re supposed to be helping to facilitate a peaceful stay- doing the exact opposite. Room was nice, view lovely but calling it a five star stay is ridiculous.