Akamas Health Farm & Spa Cyprus

Address: Agiou Georgiou Nikoxiliti 38, Paphos, 8700, Cyprus | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort, located on Agiou Georgiou Nikoxiliti 38, Paphos, is near Tombs of the Kings, Cyprus Museum, Leventis Municipal Museum of Nicosia, and Ethnographic Museum.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsAkamas Health Farm & Spa Cyprus Paphos

          Reviewed by gairo

          Nice Place But A Little Remote

          by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Lovely place out in the hills, not ideal if you're going to insist on walking everywhere. It's very steep (14% inclines) so a car is A MUST !!!!
          It's out of season in the middle of May so it's very quiet even though we've seen people turning up all week. Including a bunch of teenage girls who have decided to destroy any tranquility with an alcohol fuelled sunbathing and pool session which I can only be thankful for that it's Friday and that's the first time we've seen them, we're going home in the morning !!!
          Lovely setting, apartments are very clean, tidy and well presented, good space in the lounge/kitchenette area and the air conditioning really IS air conditioning, and not just some fan stuffed into a hole in the wall above the door as is usually the case !!!
          There's a nice shower and bath option too, the water appears to be electrically heated but there's a good supply and you'll be long finished your shower or bath before it runs out. TV is very limited in terms of choice as there's only a handful of channels, most of which are Cypriot. There's a DVD player, although it wasn't mentioned to us in the spiel we received, to be honest I don't think I'd remember to include DVD's as part of my essential holiday packing list !
          Reception is only open until 4pm local time so if you arrive between 4pm and 11pm then you're greeted by an empty office so you'll need to check the instructions on the office door and make a phone call, from 11 onwards until 7am there is a night porter who checks you in, George is absolutely lovely, a Cockney born to Greek parents in London who 'came home' in 1991 and has been 'home' ever since. There's a gym but it's locked and you only have access to the key whilst the reception is open, same goes for the spa and indoor pool etc, this means you'll not be doing any evening repetitions or lengths in the pool as it's all in darkness with no access after 4pm. There's no shop on site and the nearest half decent supermarket is over 5 miles away in nearby Polis, this is a major factor if you have no vehicle booked as part of your holiday package. It's also worth bearing in mind that there is no regular bus route nearby. We managed for half a day before deciding that €40 to Polis and back by taxi was going to get a bit expensive if you decided to eat out, which you'll invariably do as there's no option for an evening meal at this resort, breakfast is served from 8am until 10am and lunch is served from 12midday until 2pm, that's your lot folks. Car hire runs about €25/30 per day so not overly expensive but definitely a consideration as you'll be stuck without a car as there's just not enough to keep you on site for more than half a day. The nearby towns of Polis and Latchi are only a 10 minute drive away and provide plenty of choice for food and drink etc. Polis is much more town like whereas Latchi is a small beach resort with a very nice marina etc. Paphos is approx 35/40 minutes by car and slightly closer at hand are Corallia Beach and Pageiea where you'll find the sea caves. All in all it's a lovely place and the views from this hilly resort are absolutely glorious, you can sit in the lounge and see most of the coast line for about 5/6 miles and the mountains beyond. Prices are reasonable (pre brexit) and are dependant on the strength of the pound vs the Euro, typical meal with 2 non alcoholic drinks runs to about €22 approx. Flight transfer time from Paphos airport is approx 45 minutes.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Akamas Health Farm & Spa Cyprus Paphos

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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