Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.0 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
2.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified travelerfrom london
The worst hotek I have ever been to.Posted Sep 14, 2014
This 'hotel' was so bad we checked out after 1 night. Whwn leaving we were told we were the 20th guests to do so that week. My advice is DO NOT BOOK.
for Everyoneby Mikefrom Salford
Old but cleanPosted May 26, 2014
Pros: On the brighter side all the staff were excellent and really treated you as a real guest, unlike other hotels I've experienced before.
Cons: To my knowledge there doesn't need a major facelift, just a little one.
Location: I got lost the first few days because it is a little off the beaten track but once I got my bearings it worked out ok, about a 10 min walk to anything
Old but clean is what it was, there were no hot water in the mornings but I didn't complain as it was such a hot week I wasn't bothered but I did report about the toilet seat that was falling off, the maintenance man came to fix it only for it to work loose again the day after.
for Otherby Alffrom Wiltshire
Excellent value for money - out of seasonPosted Jan 23, 2014
Pros: It is clean and comfortable with a well furnished spacious public area. It is run by a family who try to ensure your stay is enjoyable.
Cons: Breakfast is unimaginative; it is a pity because local produce (fruits, yoghurt etc.) would largely solve the problem
Location: Self contained with its own pool, it is 15 min walk to the tourist area but close to a new shopping mall and a variety of local shops.
I wanted somewhere that I could sleep and spend time comfortably between appointments. Hotel Pafiessa met these needs more than adequately. It also more than met the needs of those looking for extended time away from the british winter on limited incomes. It is showing signs of its age but is well maintained and the owner, his family and staff are friendly and approachable.
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by A verified traveler
Think twice before bookingPosted Jan 2, 2013
Location: Next to the busy road
Really old, run down hotel. But the real problem was the cleanliness of the bathroom...
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Very basic - but then you aren't paying for luxuryPosted Dec 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
At the time I booked this hotel it was ridiculously cheap - it came up as the cheapest place in the entire resort and the nightly rate was less than the cost of a main course in a mid-range restaurant - and that does positively influence my review (i.e. you have to take into account how much you paid when you judge a service). First off - location. At the time of writing, Hotels.com is showing an inaccurate location for this hotel. Its map shows it as being on a crossroads. It isn't - it's about 400 metres to the east of that crossroads and slightly to the north. So use a different map if you're finding your own way there! But it is in a decent location - you can walk down to the harbour front and sights of old Paphos in about 10-15 minutes. The hotel consists of two buildings - a main hotel block, which contains a bar, the pool and restaurant, and is mostly let to package holiday firms (mostly British - though some German and Greek too I think); and a self catering annex over the street. I had a studio in the self catering annex. This was very basic - very, very old furniture and fittings. But clean. The cooking facilities are likewise basic - a microwave, two ring hob, noisy ancient fridge and a minimal amount of miscellaneous cutlery and cooking utensils. There was a patio but it was far from secluded and overlooked a car park so not something I used. Basically, it's a bargain place to crash if you don't expect too much.