This hotel is set overlooking the beach in Chloraka . The hotel is located just 6 km from the centre of Paphos and the marina. Links to the public transport network are available nearby, offering ease of access to other areas to be discovered. Guests are welcomed with warm hospitality and excellent service at this hotel. The rooms are beautifully designed, tempting visitors into a relaxing home away from home. The rooms are well equipped with modern amenities for added comfort and convenience. Guests are invited to enjoy the wide range of exemplary facilities and services that this wonderful complex has to offer.
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I stayed at St Georges hotel during the first week of September with my partner. Overall we really enjoyed our stay, the hotel was peaceful with really well kept grounds, staff were really friendly & consistently provided high levels of service. Breakfast, lunch & the drinks were always good and we had a great view of the sea from our room. There are a few things that could be improved upon, including the aircon in the rooms which went through phases of being noisy and keeping us up at night, dinner was always nice but there could have been a bit more variety, although the hotel did host a cyprian themed dinner night which was by far the best night of food during our stay...
We also found that it was impossible to get a sun bed by the pool as other guests were putting their towels down the night before 🙄!! But overall we had a great trip and I’d definitely recommend this hotel for anyone looking to have a relaxing break away in Cyprus
We only stayed at the st George based on reviews, Firstly the hotel main areas are clean but hall ways and stairwells are dirty, cots are stored in them which is really a bad fire hazard. The rooms are tiny probably the smallest I have been in, the air con was noisey , the plumbing of the toilet was bad , wouldn’t flush, the safe did not work.The pool was nice but you had no chance of getting a sun bed , another review said it was family’s grabbing them all , but when we were there it was nothing of the sort, I got up and went down at 7.30 and most had already gone by then, the shocking part is no one uses them until the afternoon, we had two for a family of six and the four either side of us were not used until one in the afternoon.The pool bar was ok but service was slow, and the male bartender was only interested if you were female! Also swim up bar was never open, and the drinks were made with exclusion of alcohol, I asked for a tequila sunrise and the bar lady made it in front of me , and there was definitely no tequila! There was a beach bar but we were told was not part of the hotel. The beach is gritty, and when you enter be aware that it is all very slippery rock, it s also quite rough...
The food was ok but the kids choice was very limited, and things that should be on the snack menu were not, and you had to pay for, like the gyros, also we went to dinner one evening and were told we would have to wait because there was six of us, but the next Cypriot family of six were seated straight away!. The evening entertainment was non existent, apart from the Cyprus night. The bars in the evening were slow for service, they could do with another bar man preparing drinks. Also for the money we paid I would expect proper juice in the morning instead of some watered down rubbish. We were told that there was a dress code for dinner but unfortunately not, shorts and tee shirts were the norm. There are some restaurants and shops nearby but not much else, taxi to Paphos was between 10and15 euros. There was a water sports place on the beach but was closed. Would we stay there again, no unless all of the above addressed. Also there was so quite in appropriate behaviour in the pool by some Germans , at one point a young lady was measuring the size of four of the men’s bits!!!!
We have just come back from a fantastic 17 days stay at our favourite hotel, the St George. Nothing beats just lying in the sun enjoying the sun, sea and the pool, drinks either from the beach bar or the pool bar.
We have been going there now for 25 years, and up until Covid hit in 2020 we had been having three holidays a year. The staff are absolutely wonderful, always so friendly and those who have been there for a number of years have become friends and we look forward to catching up with them each time we go...
The food in the restaurant is first class, they offer such a variety of top quality food, and there is also an Ala Carte area.
If there is one thing which lets down this wonderful hotel it is the attitude and behaviour of some of the "all inclusive" guests they have staying there, who seem to be so unappreciative of the hard work of the staff and of what is on offer by the hotel, always complaining about every single thing.
This year following the harrowing experience of Covid 19 and lockdowns etc I am really hoping against hope that the Manager keeps the hotel open during Christmas and New Year as our family would absolutely love to spend it at the hotel. I have begged and begged Andreas in the restaurant each evening to plead our case to the Manager to please not close the hotel down in early December but to keep it open for the Christmas/New Year. If the Manager still decides to close the hotel we shall all still come back in May, August and September 2022 to enjoy all that you offer at the hotel.
One of the bar staff also bought my husband a tie for him to have something to remember her by. St George - you all have hearts of gold and are the best!
So to all that have complained about the lack of entertainment. It is what it is. Covid 19 has severely limited what hotels are legally allowed to do...
This has caused many bands, theatre groups and other entertainment companies to close down. Not really the hotels fault.
At previous stays at the St George, we have danced at the piano bar, after enjoying nights of entertainment outside. Times are a little different at the moment. This is a fabulous hotel and the staff are second to none. Also check out the wonderful colourful chapel (where we were married many years ago).
We always only stay bed and breakfast which caters for every type of breakfast you could want. The room, always a sea view so you can view the stunning sunsets every night.
So people reserve sun beds around the pool. Can you really blame families who want to oversee their children around the pool. As a couple only, we preferred to be near the sea, under the palm trees. Nothing stopping us walking up to the pool when we needed to. Although to be honest, the pool was too hot.
So this brings me to my top tip. Buy a pair of aqua shoes, from Helenas shop, in the hotel, for around €9, and have a paddle in the sea which is cooler than the pool. The sea area floor is rocky, so the shoes are a must have item.
Second tip take the 615 bus to and from town (€1.50 during the day €2.50 in the evening). In the evening the harbour area is buzzing and well worth a visit. During the day it is dead, so instead try the massive indoor air conditioned, Kings Avenue Mall shopping centre which is enroute to the harbour. (Note: you will need your covid vax cert to get in anywhere at the moment).
Alternatively, it is possible to walk all the way to the harbour using the coastal boardwalk. It takes a good few hours. So sunscreen and water are a must have.
On a personal note, we would like to say goodbye to Helena, who runs her shop in the hotel, who has became a friend over the years. You will be sorely missed as you are an integral part of the hotel and another reason the St George is one of our favourites.
Thanks again for a wonderful stay,
David and Pauline
We’re staying at the St George Hotel whilst Im writing this !! This is classed an all inclusive hotel with so many asterisk’s in place it’s ridiculous it’s basically got one restaurant which after 2 days its nice, but repetitive. There’s basically 2 menus one if you’re paying and one if you’re all inclusive. Pool bar food is basically burger/ or chicken burger but only after 3pm it’s playing at being AI without being all inc...
There’s one al a carte restaurant that you can’t even use once without paying. Mexico all inclusive and Cyprus all inclusive is a completely different ball game. St George staff brilliant, rooms ok,food receptive the hotel is absolutely dead.