Anemi Hotel Apartments
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Historical Traveler Reviews Anemi Hotel Apartments Paphos
Cockroaches and Ant Infestation......
The Anemi backs onto a strip club.
We had an ant infestation in our room there were hundreds of them in our bed and our underwear drawers. We told the management that we wanted to move rooms and they handed us insect repellent - what a joke!!! They started being rude and talking about us in greek - oh did they get a shock when they realised that we could understand - both myself and my boyfriend are british greek cypriots. Eventually we were moved rooms on to discover that the bed was not made - it looked as though it had been slept in. We requested that the maids change our bedsheets, and we marked with a pen to see if they actually would or if they just remade the bed with the dirty slept in bed linen. Low and beholdthe pen mark was still there......
There is no room to sunbathe around the pool unless you want your sunbed touching a compete stangers.
We had on average on cockroach per night in our bedroom.
One good thing about the Anemi is its location - within walking distance to all bars and restaurants - even the bank and supermarket is across the road.
Paphos itself is lovely - the harbour is very picturesque and there are many good quality restaurants - such as Grazie a superb italian - and the chinese 'Imperial'.
I have been to Cyrpus over ten times in my life and have stayed all over the country. Paphos is they nicest town I have stayed in and the Anemi by far the worst hotel of them all.....
Had a great holiday at the anemi
just returned from the anemi apartments and enjoyed every minute of our stay. hotel staff are helpful and friendly and the rooms etc are very clean, including clean towels every day. my only disappointment was that the pool was too cold for me but the lads enjoyed it. also we did move rooms to have a pool view as opposed to a view at the back of the hotel, which was a great move because we then had one of the best rooms in the hotel. we loved paphos and all the restaurants etc. two of the best restaurants were 'Flambe' and 'Adelaida' which are both basicaly acoss the road from Alexandra the great hotel. you could not beat these two restaurants for excellent food and value for money. the chinese restaurant called 'The Imperial' was also very good.(above the brazilian restaurant along the main street) All in all we had a great holiday and now just want to book again for next year. the only problem is how much we spent in two weeks (ALOT) so if we want to go back we will have to start saving NOW!!!
The Best Place
Just got back from my 3rd stay at the Anemi and as always it was the best.
The staff are all very friendly and welcoming and always have a smile and a hello.
The rooms are clean and tidy and everything you need for a relaxing holiday is there. Nothing was ever to much trouble for the staff there.
With in easy reach of the beach, the harbour and the town. And a great place to get anywhere on the island from.
I love staying at the Anemi and know for sure I will be back there in 2006
Absolutely Brilliant !!!
i stayed for two weeks 10th - 24th at the anemi, and it was the best time of my life! i'm definetly going back next year. the food is great, the staff are friendly, the rooms are cleaned everyday with clean towels. its only a little walk to the beach, there are shopping centres close by and only a taxi drive away from the town centre, the pool is nice and cool. all the facilities are clean and tidy. the games rooms is ace especially for children. i'd recemmend this hotel to anyone and everyone if you don't go your missing out!
It was horrible...
I am from Limassol, Cyprus. We had stayed in this hotel for 4 days. It was the only hotel which had available rooms one month before our vacations.
The staff was very unhelpful. We have requested 2 times to come and clean our room. And when they finally came, they didn't even clean it. They just made our beds. Plus the staff was also rude. The apartments don't have even a tv!! They wanted 2.50 per day for the tv.
Our balcony view was in the road!! The location sucks! Cross the hotel there is a club and a lot of noise, and next to it there is another hotel (i don't know the name) which had loud music all over the night. IT WAS HORRIBLE!! The pool was dissapointing.
The breakfast is also horrible. Just a small buffet. Not even croissants and only white bread.
Plus our room (a studio) was 45 pounds. Some friends of mine with which we did vacations together, went to Paphian Park Holiday village and paid 42 pounds and the hotel was excellent! You cannot even compare it with this piece of s--.
I definitely wont stay in this hotel again..
Great location and People
Visited Paphos on 11th July for one week. Had an excellent time. The food and the hotel entertainment is excellent. Staff are friendly and well mannered. Rooms are bright and airy with all the equipment needed, eg cooker, grill, kettle etc. The pool here is fantastic, so good that other residents from other hotels came to use the facilities. This location would suit couples or families for a relaxing, fun holiday.
Wont go back
the rooms were dated and did not live up to the brochure blurb! On arrival we asked for a pool facing room and were told there was no availabillity - which was fine. However we went out for the day and came back to an empty room! The hotel had in their wisdom decided to meet our request and change our room - but didn't tell us and moved all of our stuff! On top of that in between the room moves my mobile phone and two bottles of perfum went missing. The reception staff, manager and first choice rep were all very unhelpful and blamed us saying we must have taken them out the room and lost them! Won't be returning here
Just back today from the Anemi, Me and my boyfriend went with First Choice for a week.
The hotel is in an excellent location right in the centre of Paphos, very clean and helpful staff.
The pool has plenty of sunbeds and is plenty big enough.
The food at the bar was good and there are plenty of restaurants and bars at the end of the road to choose from. I would definalty stay at this hotel again but I do prefer Protaras to Paphos.
Booked an early holiday in April last and got a good deal on these Apartments. After an overnight flight we arrived in the early morning and it was raining and cool, which did affect our humour. The check in was quick and not fussy. But the rooms were a bit of a let down. All a bit dated. After sleeping we awoke to a beautiful evening and from then on our seven days in Cyprus were fantastic. It is a beautiful island with such contrasts from the sunny beaches to the ski slopes in the high mountains. The Ameni are within easy reach of the old harbour, shops and restaurants. The car parking is a bit curious, as this Indian gentleman requested us to pay (something silly like 50p) on our last night because according to him it didn't belong to the appartments - I was about to pay but it just got a bad feeling - we parked the car in the Europcar office just down the road. But that I have to say this was an exception, the staff are very nice and friendly and it is good value. Stay here if you want a good budget holiday as you will be in the Historic part of the island with plenty to see and do and plenty of places to eat. The best bit of advise I can give is hire a car, the roads are very good, a two lane motorway from Paphos all the way to Ayia Napa and everywhere is in easy reach.
Good time all round
very clean and tidy we had 10 nights in paphos
and enjoyed it all
the staff polite but nigght staff could not understand english very well like knoeing numbers for the keys
towels changed each day close to all attractions and no noise
cannot wait to go again all a bungle of laughs
and air con works stayed from 17th july 2004
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