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... went and the sun came back.
Still heading west our next stop was Kurion. Even more ruins here and Jayne opted out of this one. I limited my visit to seeing the amphitheatre which had been restored. It's position on a hill top overlooking the sea was amazing. The curving coastline reminded me of Chesil Beach in Dorset.
Petra Tou Romiou
We followed the coast road toward Paphos and it rained again this time very hard. We passed the ...
... old city through the Paphos Gate. A new road was being laid and we were only thirty feet from the division wall between Northern Cyprus and Southern Cyprus. We briefly entered the Holy Cross church where the back of the church is on the northern side of the wall. The stained glass in the north end looked like it was fairly recent. The walls outside and around the dead end road were pock marked with bullet holes. Dishevelled and abandoned ...
Today was supposed to be spent in Nicosia but with sudden realisation that the National Museum was closed today, we decided to head north. As luck would have it the weather was in our favour too.
We headed to Coral Bay stopping a few times on the way. The bay was sheltered and of course sand but not in itself attractive. The appeal must be that it is the beach to be seen on in the summer.
Heading north again, we strayed from the ...
After a couple of days in the car and with the probability of this being the last day of fine weather, we decided to spend the day in Paphos. After a lazy start to the day we strolled down to the harbour and sat in the sunshine drinking coffee and watching runners finishing a half marathon road race. It was quite busy and noisy but entertaining.
We next visited the Kato Paphos Archaeological Park. This occupied a large area of the ...
... generation. Heading home again, we briefly visited Potamos Liopetriou, a fishing port at the mouth of a river. Unusually the small boats lined the river bank on ramshackle wooden jetties. It was very quaint. The long drive home to Paphos awaited and was exhausting. It was very tempting to speed home but we had seen police with radar guns several times today. We made good time however and wandered back to the harbour for a beer before ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Paphos Gardens Holiday Resort
this holiday was the best holiday i have ever had! it is great for all ages. there are lots of restaurants near to the hotel including a great cyprus one and an indians. the hotel itself is very clean and presentable. the staff are very kind, sociable and not at all rude like you may find elsewere. there are two tennis courts which are well-kept. the entertainment team were great there was water games through the day and a kids disco at night then adult and children entertainment later on. very funny stuff especially the hypnotist! haha i can deffinately say i will be visting paphos gardens next year. what a brilliant holiday!!
By far the best holiday me and my family have had, we stayed in azala 201 the room was huge and fully air conditioned in all three rooms. There were plenty of restarants around the resort, the beach, market place and waterpark were close. Entertaiment in the day and night was brilliant, the animation team were friendly and allways had games to play not only for the children but also for the adults such as water aerobics, water vollyball and polo. Evening entertaiment was excellent with the animation teams putting on shows such as grease and saturday night fever and encouraging everyone to play along with games.
Room - 10/10
hotel staff - 9/10
pool area 9/10
entertainment team 10/10
overall holiday - brilliant!
just got back from paphos gardens had a great action packed holiday there hotel is all you need very friendly and helpful staff rooms cleaned everyday maids were lovely pool area great for kids and adults alike food good bar not to expensive lots of well kept garden areas hotel close to all local resort attractions water sports,harbour,tourist shops,bars,horse riding, karting the list goes on!car hire cheap if you shop around,we had read some awful reviews about this hotel before we travelled and were a bit nervous to say the least but me my husband and to teenage children had a great time and would recommend this hotel to families with kids of any age
The Paphos gardens hotel is a great hotel for families with children from babies to teenagers. There is an in-house entertainment team who organise team games in the pool morning and afternoon, a kiddies club, early evening quiz, toddlers disco every evening...good entertainment for all the family. It can be very noisy and boisterous so if you are looking for a quiet, relaxing time don't go there! The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel room we were allocated was fairly dated but visited every day by the maid and cleaned often. We stayed B&B only - the breakfast was OK, plenty of cereals, bread, toast, beans, fruit, coffee, tea, juice, etc etc etc.
We spent a week ending 22nd May 2005 at the Paphos Gardens Complex staying in room 210 Mimosa Apartments.
we arrived back one week ago after a six day stay. Having booked a superior one bedroomed apartment, we were allocated on arrival a two bedroomed apartment in Jasmine block. It was very satisfactory, very clean and well appointed. No complaints whatsoever. The staff were friendly and helpful. The only complaint, which you cannot blame the hotel complex for was the nightly incessant barking of a pack of dogs a little distance away. Guard dogs somewhere quite possibly but certainly loud enough to be very intrusive. You could also hear them during the day.
Would go again
A great location, some apartments very tired - ask for a superior one and pay the difference. Fantastic entertainment for all. Great on site shop and pools were fine.
Lots of stray cats beware!
Would stay here again as the location was so good. Eat at ZaZa's and Les Amis.
Cyprus is generally very expensive and we preffered the Canaries. Paphos is a bit too english for us.
Great weather in October though.
Full on entertainment
The hotel itself is very pleasant, however you do need to be aware that it has full on 24/7 entertainment - practically!
Kids clubs - pool games
nightly fun - usually starts at 6 with a quiz followed by karaoke (bad) or a band(bad) or a football match on tv or a kids disco etc etc etc.
And low and behold if you want a quiet night, esp if your balcony faces the pool/ entertainment area! Or is even on the 1st floor mezzanine level - over the reception -where they all gather upon their return from 'Town'.
However it's a good base and the beach isn't too far away - although that gets very full of noisy locals too! Good luck or take ear plugs!!
My husband and I have just returned from the Paphos Gardens Apartments. We were there for a week from 1 Dec to 8 Dec. We stayed in room 102 Jasmine. This was a newly refurbished two bedroomed apartment. It was clean, towels and sheets changed every day. We hired a car and had a great week. This apartment is quite central and is within easy walking distance of the triangle and also Kato Paphos. We didn't have any difficulty getting a safety deposit box and the staff were really helpful. We had two early morning calls, as requested. I would recommend these apartments to anyone and was glad I stayed there.