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.
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.
Me and the mrs stayed at the hotel on an inclusive package for weekend of 25 July. We booked a standard room .
Considering this is meant to be a 5 star hotel, when we got to our room we were so disappointed ....
it just came across as , dark , dingy with shabby carpets ... So we decided to go speak to reception ... They were brilliant and completely empathetic,we were upgraded to a Seaview room , that seemed to be a little brighter ...
All of the staff were excellent and extremely helpful , but sadly the hotel is in need of updating , and needs loving on a grand scale , gorgeous location. Food was not bad and if the hotel was completely refurbished then would go again - sadly in the state the hotel is in we won't be returning and we travel around Cyprus all the time .
Thank you Coral beach resort for the upgrade from mountain view room to junior suite! The view from our room was spectacular. The breakfast was very tasty and the stuff was very polite . We will visit again for sure 😊
The room was standard was considerably below other 4 star hotels I have stayed at. I do not consider this a 5 star hotel. The breakfast was poor and the appearance of the restaurant was more in tune to a 3 star hotel...
The pool amd the view are spectacular. The bathroom needed remodelling, the door was repainted in cheap white paint that made it look like something from the ex soviet era. The tv is small and has no wifi. This resort has a lot of potential but is in bad shape and desperately needs an overhaul.
It is nearly a year since we were here but thought I’d leave a review as there won’t be many from this year.
Don’t know about the five star status, it was lovely but our room was a bit dated and only had a plywood top to the dressing table- we mentioned this to reception and it took a couple of days for them to place an ill-fitting marble surface on it. Lovely views over the bay, especially the sunsets.
The actual pool area always seemed cramped and you’d have to be up around 6am to get your towel on a sun lounger (I watched them from our balcony). Fortunately there were plenty of other places to sunbathe - we usually found something down on the grass by the beach bar...
Credit to the attendant, who would remove towels from loungers that hadn’t been used.
There was a wedding on most days and it was lovely to see, there were plenty of areas for them to have a reception away from the other guests.
We were all inclusive but didn’t bother with paying for the higher level as there was no need. Food was alway delicious and plentiful and the drinks available were adequate. There were lovely outdoor areas to sit and watch the sun go down.
I don’t know if I’d go back at the prices they charge, we just happened to get a really good deal through Secret Escapes.
My husband and I visited Coral Beach Hotel for our friends wedding and were very disappointed with the hotel and staff. There was a large group of us arriving together via a Jet2 transfer. On arrival it was a shambles, the reception staff were unable to manage checking in so many people in a timely manner...
Some people were being asked for hotel vouchers, some for surnames and some being asked to show an email. Once we had checked in we went to our room which had a nice view over looking the sea. The rooms were run down and minimal items in the minibar which was only filled on arrival, despite being all inclusive. The all-inclusive is an absolute joke. You are unable to eat at the pool bar unless you are all inclusive plus and the drinks selection is minimal. There is no food available on all inclusive between between 3pm-7pm so you have to make sure you eat in the restaurant at the lunch slot otherwise you are starving by dinner time. The food was basic and not very warm. The best food seemed to be at the pool bar as this was cooked fresh however, you had to be an all inclusive plus member to eat here unless you paid extra. The all-inclusive drinks finish at 12midnight and everything after this time is charged. There was 50+ friends and family staying in this hotel and we would try and order more than one drink at a time as it took so long to get a drink but this wasn’t allowed. Our stay was during half term and the entertainment was shocking. There was the usual aqua fit, day bingo and a quiz but nothing else. The pool side was dirty and the grates were broken. You were only allowed one bottle of water and a towel at a time which was also a pain. There were plenty of sun beds and they were spaced out throughout the grounds. While we were at this hotel there was a terrible storm, outside our room (indoors) we could hear heavy rain dripping. We opened our internal door to find water pouring in as the glass roof was broken in many areas and covered up with wood. Our friends wedding cards were also stolen, the hotel staff were not helpful in sorting out the issue and also blamed the wedding guests for stealing the cards. How awful! Overall, this hotel is not a 5star hotel. I wouldn’t recommend staying here if your visiting Cyprus. I’ve been to Cyprus before and stayed in another hotel and it was fabulous, very disappointed with this hotel. This is not what you expect for a supposed 5 hotel.