Queen's Bay Hotel
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Late morning. We set off on our next part of our journey. Paris to Paphos. Our flight with Cyprus Air was great... Smooth as and had a fantastic view of the many scattered Greek Islands as we headed towards Cyprus into Larnaca International airport. Kriton and Laura were there to pick us up and drive us to Paphos. There is an awesome highway straight through Larnaca and ...
... notice in the Mediterranean! Paphos is a quiet, almost sleepy seaside town with a population of friendly folk. The port is dotted with lovely white and blue little fishing boats and has a siesta in the middle of the day...what's not to appreciate about this town? After attending to a lovely lunch of Cypriot food, fish stuffed with spinach on a bed of potatoes with a crust of spices, and peas with lamb and spices plus the obligatory salad of fresh flavours of lettuce, cucumber, ...
... steps I find myself climbing. You see, for a few Jordanian Diner payed to the Bedouin handler you can climb aboard the strong little sure footed donkey, sit yourself on the dirty dusty stinking blanket that covers the back of said donkey and balance there without stirrup or reins, as it then receives a strike on the rump by the handler and it begins it's climb up the stairs at a bone jarring pace not missing a beat. This is great for those astride ...
... quickly got back into the water! Then I walked along the beach with Nana, where an Indian man offered her a ride on a jetski! We went back to our villa to have another swim in the pool, and then we went into Coral Bay town to have a look at the tourist shops and the restaurants and bars. Hannah and Nana snuck off to get a drink in a bar, and we ended up chatting to a friendly English couple who'd moved out there a few years ago. After tea we went for a drive to Agiou Georgiou ...
... am pleased if I have a cup of coffee some cheese and a glass of juice. There are times when I see everything through my photos!
KYMATA: A quality restaurant with exquisite culinary creations –A la Carte choice and live guitar music (ballads) 5 days a week. What I had on both nights was divine. I tried the soup of the day for €6.50 which I found delicious. If you love Prawns try the Greek style dish with Tomato, Feta and Pernod, served with rice for ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Queen's Bay Hotel Paphos
When reading up on our hotel before arriving it stated it was a romantic hotel. Upon arrival this could be assumed. The hotel was of a very good standaerd. However around the site of the hotel there are very few amenties. The surrounding area is unfinished and currently in the process of building.
we have just got back from a week of pahos' hot and sunny weather to return to the wet and windy england! yay!
I have just returned from a most enjoyable week at the Queen's Bay Hotel, Paphos. The hotel is a set in very pretty grounds with stunning views from the gardens and balconies over the sea cove (definitely worth the extra for a sea view).
My boyfriend and I visited this hotel in October 2003 for two weeks. We weren't sure about going so late in the season but the weather was absolutley fantastic!
Our stay at the Queens Bay Hotel was mostly enjoyable. The staff were friendly and helpful. Our room was cleaned very well daily . Fresh towels and Iced drinking water in flasks left daily. The breakfasts and dinners were very good, varied and imanginative. Good selection of Meze starters. Main meals were pipng hot and plenty of choice, with fruit, puddings and cheeses to follow. Non Smoking tables in the resturant.
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My husband and I have just returned from a holiday at Queens Bay Hotel Paphos and we had a brilliant time. Staff are friendly and professional, the food was great lots of choice buffet style so you can eat as much or as little as you wish. Always nice and hot the food. Our room was pleasant and spotless, the housemaids are to be commended. We hada sea view room the view was beautiful and not too hot this time of year to sit out on your balcony in the sun. Entertainment wasnt bad a mixture of things again very pleasant. We wanted a nice relaxing break as a couple with nice surroundings, nice people, good food and thats what we got. Well recommended as a couples hotel as advertised. Thanks again
Having been to Cyprus many times have stayed in other parts of the island we decided to return to QBH for another stay. We were greeted by some lovely fruit and wine in the room thanking us for returning and this year we decided to stay in a seaview room. Breath taking is how I would describe the views and the sunsets are to die for.
We were guaranteed a TTTT all inclusive through Thomson, so we thought there would'nt be anything to moan about, how wrong we were!!
Good hotel which provides excellent views. This hotel is mainly used by mature adults. Not much to do for kids. The hotel is about 7 miles outside Pathos but there is a good bus service on the main coast road which is about 200 metres away. The food was excellent and varied and staff very helpfull. On the negative side there is not much to do close by and the drinks were a little expensive but if you are looking for a quiet relaxing holiday this will be hard to beat.