Pafian Park Holiday Village Reviews


Pafian Park Holiday Village

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Overall hotel rating for Pafian Park Holiday Village:

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Very Good

Food

Very Good

Hotel entertainment

Good

Hotel service

Very Good

Kids facilities

Good

Location

Average

Room comfort

Very Good

Value

Very Good

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4 Star Hotel

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booked last minute at coop travel. hotel very nice , clean, staff great, food good. entertainment OK (kids loved it)beware though it is miles from any shops so taxis or buses necessary. all in all a good hotel & holiday.


By: dennis hancock - Submitted 10th June 2008

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I came back yesterday from Cyprus...I stayed in Pafian Sun Village Hotel...If you are a young person and enjoy a bit more then spending 24/7 in the hotel or by the pool - its definately not the right place to go to.... Paphos town centre is 8 km away... the resort staff was hopeless... the thomas cook rep - Tony was very unhelpfull as gave a lot of missleading info...Basically - very dissapointed and if I ever go back to Cyprus - will be not Paphos area!!!!!


By: Karolina - Submitted 28th April 2008

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"Pafian Park Holiday Village review"

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Poor

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Not recommended. No disrepect to some reviewers who rated this place highly but this is possibly the worst hotel I've ever stayed at and I holiday abroad at least 3 times a year.

On booking I request a room in a quiet area of the complex as I have a 6 year old, I was told no problem you will have an inland view looking out to the hills. On arrival our room was on the ground floor with our balcony less than 3 meters away from the outdoor entertainment stage which blasted out music and games till midnight. On top of that the Bed in the living room was broken(And they expected my 6 year old to sleep on it), the unit in the bedroom collapsed whn I placed my bag on it and the drawers were full of previous holiday makers hair and used cotton wool buds amongst other things.

The next morning I complained to the reservations manager who was useless so went back to the room and took digital photos of problems and demanded to speak to the manager. He had no alternative but to move us after seeing the evidence I had collected.

We stayed self catering, but the Mini Market was hopeless with no essentials such as fresh bread, milk, beans etc. The nearest decent supermarket was in Kato Pafos 6 k away or a £6 taxi ride.

The entertainment was woeful although the ";Animation team "; did try, They struggled to create a party atmosphere any night.

A couple of nights the Kids disco conisted of a Ghetto blaster in the corner of a room(My 6 year old was very confused).

The location of this hotel is 7K from Coral bay and 6K From Kato Paphos so unless you have a car you will be having a grim time.

We did try the breakfast one morning which Looked great, Unfortunatley the tasted did not reflect that. It was disgusting

Book this hotel at your own risk, I will not be going back thats for sure.


By: Kevin McDiarmid - North West - Submitted 1st August 2007


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"Pafian Park Holiday Village review"

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Poor

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I arrived at this hotel and was very very disappointed with everything the hotel had to offer. This hotel is rated by tour operators as a 4* but by no means was this a 4* hotel. If you want real a 4* hotel don't book this one. Would not recommend this hotel unless you are prepared for 2* or 3*(at a push) standards.


By: L Randell - Submitted 1st August 2007


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Overall Hotel Rating:

Excellent

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After reading all negative comments I wasnt looking forward to my holiday in the Pafian Sun Village. The holiday was excellent we were there for two weeks. The apartments clean and spacious. The complex very clean and great for people with pushchairs. The food was excellent very good choice. We only ate out of the complex on 3 occasions. The kids club was great, the entertainment for adults and children great. Pool are great. The drinks were good. Everything about this holiday was great. I could have stayed an extra week, thats how much I enjoyed it.

Will definately be going again.


By: Stephens Party - Leeds - Submitted 1st July 2007


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Overall Hotel Rating:

Average

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Thomas Cook 3s Ai gateway allocated on arrival was late leaving east midlands airport(nice start)arrived Paphos airport told by thomas cook rep Pafian Sun,arrived hotel(apartments)left some buffet food out but no drinks unless paying,
weather not so good for 3 days but was hot for 4 days.
Paphos is easy to get too on the bus and is a must on bad weather days.
Coral Bay is the only beach near by and is lovly.
Troodos Mountains and Keeko Monastery is worth £12 per person but a scary bus ride (bends and sheer drops)

Pafian Sun is not for adults who are looking for peace and quiet it is more for familys with young children and is more catered for this the thomas cook reps entertainment was more for children some bingo and pool games for adults.
we like more hotel based hotels and will ask for this in future.
we was delayed (again) at Paphos airport due to sick pilot at east midlands airport so had to wait for pilot on day off(poor so so)journey home was horrendas due to not comfortable seats and getting neck ache and being over tired and ratty we had been awake since 9am the day before and arrived at east mids at 4 am but otherwise we both enjoyed our holiday but will not go back to Pafian sun don't know if we 'll go back to Cyprus never say never....


By: Paul,Sue Mansfield Notts - Submitted 1st May 2007


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Poor

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we arrived at the pafian sun -check in was very good told where our room was 23d sea facing was,Entered our room, were .There were Two rooms, not very clean, smelt damp and were grubby,chair was badly stained.Curtains hanging from rail, Beds were changed once. Bedroom was very damp,
Bathroom-was dirty, tiles badly marked,ingrained dirt in corners,where no cleaning had been done for a long time, towels were changed once a week, and they were old and tired.
,Nights were very cold asked about heating 5cyp per day per room,we used the blanket.
dining room-if you like going back to your school days with tables in long lines this is the place, breakfast was the best meal of the day, lunch was cold burnt hamburgers, or some sort of pasta and salad,then recycled for the evening meal
Dinner was hit and miss, soup was the same tasteless water with another name to it.some nights we ate of the childrens menu.
The meal was always cold if you complained they came and stired it,to try and make it look more edible,IT was still bland. and tasteless.The complaints were nonstop but still nothing was done Evenings Plastic cups are the norm with watered down drinks,It was that cold we sat inside with our coats on no heating
Entertainment-bingo, if you have kids like sitting at plastic tables on plastic chairs and drinking from plastic cups,
this is the place

This no way a four star hotel more like two star,I feel it it was a complete waste of money Whats in the brochure is not what you can expect at the Pafian Sun This was my first hoilday with Thomas Cook.On the flight We were treated no better than cattle the seat pitch was so small. If this is there standard four star.never again


By: norma-ken - - Submitted 1st May 2007


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"Pafian Park Holiday Village review"

Overall Hotel Rating:

Excellent

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We booked this holiday to give my husband a chance to go back to where he was based for his National Service, many years earlier. We were delayed at Bristol Inernational for one and a half hours, but when we got on board the plane, I knew what a sardine feels like. the meal we had on our outward flight was awful. Because of a shortage of meals we had the cabin crews meals, all I can say is I am sorry for the cabin crew. After that things got better and better. We were escorted to our village and met with three receptionists who wer excellent, not only then, but all through the holiday, whenever we asked for help they were spot on.

Our apartment was so spacious it was unbeleivable, it was chilly for the first few days, but keys to operate the heateds were given readily with no charge and explanation on how to use them, also the heaters were so efficient. Back to the apartment - clean, operational and functional, planty of extra bedcovers, pillows,towels. The beds were changed four times during our 14 day stay. We did start to run out of loo paper at one stage, when I noticed we had not had the room serviced since Thursday - it was now Sunday, I forgive them for not operating on a Sunday - on mentioning this to the receptionist on the way down to dinner at 7.30 pm the housekeeper serviced our room on a Sunday evening! Plus we got more loo rolls. Clean towels were issued ever other day, on two occasions we had brand new towels!

If one was thinking of self catering - forget it, a) equipment is minimal b) food in Cyprus is not cheap - there is a supermarket across the road, yes there is a slight incline up to the road and it is a busy road but not a problem. Also why bother cooking when the all inclusive is absolutely unbelievable.
5 different sorts of tea
8 different sorts of coffee
5 different fruit juices
cold milk
hot water
8 different cereals
brown and white sliced bread to toast
marmalade, honey, jams
3 different doughnuts
4 different crouisants (can't spell)
boiled, scrammbled, fried eggs
bacon
sausages
chipolatas
mushrooms
fried bread
pancakes
omlettes
baked beans
tomatoes
continental meats,
4 different yogurts
fresh fruit
white and brown bread rolls
selection of local breads
plain cakes
cheeses
red and white grapefruit,

Phew - and that was only for breakfast.
All day it went on - the food was wonderful
Oh I forgot three different fish.
Yes there were some foods we did not like, but there was such a variety one did not go hungry nor had couase for complaint. The pool was clean, but cold, so the indoor pool came into play, as did the jakuzi. Drinks were weaker than we are used to, but Cypriot Drinks do not have such a high alcohol content as back home, yes they are served in a plastic beaker, but when you see how lovely everywhere is who wants to spoil it with broken glass. The waiters and waitresses, in fact all the staff worked their socks off, something we could take note of home here. We met some lovely people and had a super time, hired a car before we went which worked out cheaper and was upgraded at no extra cost.
We travelled up to Nicosia and Kyrennia on a coach trip booked in the arcade in Paphos, which was only £15 compared to £36 through Tomas Cook, some difference, and yes we did have a guide. It was a long journey, but I am glad we did it for my husband, even if he could not find the room where he slept in the castle 50 years earlier.

Coming home we were looked after by Thomas Cook right back home. The in-flight meal was delicious.

A quick resume the hioliday was lovely for us, no complaints at all. If I had children it would be a different story, apart from the pool and young girls trying very hard to organise events, nothing to do. Entertainment - we did not partake in any as we did not have time!Fantastic can't wait to go again. Well done Thomas Cook


By: Joyce Stone - Bristol - Submitted 1st April 2007


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Overall Hotel Rating:

Very Good

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Having read some pretty bad reports on this hotel we arrived expecting the worst. I can only say that whoever wrote those reports must have extremely high expectations, because we had a fabulous time and can assure anyone wishing to go to this hotel not to be put off by other peoples comments.

The rooms (apartment types) are very clean (although basic) with linen and clean towels provided as required but at least every other day. Equipment included Hair dryer in Bedroom, Kettle, toaster and 2 ring cooker (although if all inclusive, you don't need these) large bedroom and plenty of space for cots etc. They all had colour TV (Free, not slot type). Central heating/Air conditioning (again free to all inclusive guests). The food was good and wholesome and the choice of salads and pasta's were second to none and very well presented. There were a variety of meal types and something for everyone and at least one speciality dish at your evening meal each day.

The swimming pool(s) were excellent and the drinks were continuously on tap from first thing in a morning until midnight without any restrictions on quantity.

The sunbeds were plentiful and all in all my only complaint would be the plastic glasses your drinks were served in, although a bit offputting, I could well understand their reasons for doing this and the safety aspect sort of compensated for it.

To sum up: I would recommend this AI holiday to all and feel sure that if you did have a complaint (although I doubt it) I feel sure that if approached in a proper manner, the very helpful and friendly staff would sort it out for you without delay.
Well done Thomas Cook and thanks for a wonderful holiday.


By: Marsland Family - Salford - Submitted 1st March 2007


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Overall Hotel Rating:

Good

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after reading other peoples comments i was dreading going.we were the first people in after the place had been refurbished there is a lot that still wants doing. we had a sea front room the heating in the room didnt work all wk they came to fix it but it still didnt work praise for the staff though they did come out staight away and were always very polite. the food was fab at all times of day all meats were cooked to perfection drinks were definatly watered down but so what still managed to have a good time. entertainment not bad there was something every night which was good cause there isnt a lot around that area to do at night without catching a taxi
its easy in the day to catch a bus only 80 cents bus leaves from outside the complex i would go back to th e pafian if i got a good deal its worth going staff were brill i wouldnt go in height of the season cause i dont think they could manage ith the place full


By: sahron rushton - Submitted 1st March 2007


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Very Good

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We arrived at the Pafian Sun after booking a supersaver deal allocation on arrival on all inclusive via Thomas Cook. The flights were on time and arrived in Cyprus much earlier than stated time. Transfer to the hotel went smoothly and we arrived after about 35 minutes travelling time.
First impressions of the hotel was it was very clean, large complex, nicely done out reception but a bit on the small side when there are lots of guests packed in it at any one time. We were given our keys and remote control for air con / heating for which we didnt have to pay.
Made our way to our rooms which turned out to be one bedroom apartments which was a pleasant surprise as its not often you get a one bed apartment on all inclusive without paying a supplement.

The apartments were spacious and clean, nice size bathroom and all in working order. Only problem we had was that the front door to the apartment wouldnt lock and you could literally push it open without using the key. Reported this to reception and the friendly handy man came and fixed it straight away. Every day after that when we saw him he asked if we needed anything done which is a pleasant change as you usually wait days for anything sorting.

We were here at the opening of the season as the hotel only opened the day before we arrived. Things were still in the process of being cleaned etc including the pool which had a horrible looking coating all over the bottom of it. This was sorted out by the second day however it was so cold no one ventured in it. When we eventually did it was a case of wait until your legs went numb and them swim like hell and keep your breathing going. There is an indoor heated pool free of charge and a jacuzzi but the chemicals in the jacuzzi are very strong so be careful. The sauna and the steam room are available but at a charge. The use of the gym is also free.
The food at the hotel is very repetative. It is good quality food and well cooked but the choices could be better. They have different themed evenings like Chef's night, Cyprus Night, Chinese Night and Carvery night but on the whole the food is the same most nights. You also get one visit per stay to the a-la carte restaurant, however we were told whilst we were there you could have anything bar steak as that hadn;t been delivered yet.

The drinks on all inclusive were your usual local brands. Lager included Carlsberg and Keo. All served in small plastic cups due to hotel complaining about wastage in high season. Baileys and Malibu had a payable charge unless you got the cheap brand. The hotel cocktails were nice especially the Ouzo Special but make sure Janos makes it for you as it tastes better.
The entertainment left a lot to be desired. Bingo EVERY night. A couple of live shows Mad Mark and Lets Dance. The two hotel men who did the Blue's Brothers show were the best and had fantastic voices. There was also a couple of game shows. Deal or No Deal, quizzes and the usual go and grab certain items from the audience and run back to the stage and sit on the chair game.
The area itself is not as is stated. The hotel is quite far out of the centre of Paphos and there is nothing to do in the immediate vacinity of the hotel. Car hire is needed to get anywhere although you can get the local bus anywhere in Paphos for around 80 cents and that stops directly outside the hotel with bus stops on both sides of the road. However you have to be quick at deciding where you are getting off as the drivers dont hang around and there are no bells and you can quite easily end up missing your stop.
We hired a 4x4 through the rep and Avis. We appreciate it probably costs more than the local car hire shops but at least you have the added bonus of the thomas cook rep behind you if any problems occur.

The nearest sandy beach to the hotel is Coral Bay but not where the bus stops. It is further back and not where you are lead to believe it is. The beach is lovely and sandy and there is a bar and a couple of cafe;s down there. In high season we were told they do watersports but there was nothing happening whilst we were there.
Paphos Bird and Animal park is well worth visiting with or without children. They have a wide variety of birds as well as camels that love being stroked, giraffes and many others. The parrot show is quite good too where the parrots do the usual tricks ie bike riding, shape sorting and putting money into a money box. The owl display was also very good and we got the chance to stroke the owls which was nice. The english keeper who did the show was very pleasant and spoke to you and answered most questions. We paid £9 cyp entry but for children it was slightly cheaper.
The reptile park just up the road from the Pafian Sun is also a good place to visit. It is run by Jorge and his english colleague and they have a small range of reptiles mostly caught over in Cyprus or rescued. We were the only visitors there so got a guided tour and got to handle nearly all of the handleable reptiles which was well worth the £2 Cyp we paid.
We also visited Aphrodite's bath which is where she is said to have bathed after entertaining her lovers. Do not be prepared to be astounded with the atrraction it is just a small hole with water running down the rocks, nothing to get excited about.
We tried to visit Adonis Falls and Baths which is a long off road trip, full of potholes and god knows what so a 4x4 is very handy. The signs say road suitable for all vehicles but i wouldnt say it is as we struggled in a Vitara on some sections. Again the attraction is dissappointing when you get there. You still have to pay £5 cyp just to look whether you swim or not but i suppose it could be a good attraction in the summer months.
The Troodos Mountains and Keeko Monastery again are a long hike up the mountainous windy roads which after a while can leave you feeling quite sick and yukky. The Monastery is not what you would expect when you get there. It is very modern and brightly painted not at all what i would call a traditional monastery. The chapel however is amazing. The altar is all gold and there are lots of pictures of the gods and saints which the locals kiss as they pass down the display.

All the water parks were shut during our stay and they dont open until April.
We were told from the locals that Lara Beach where the turtles come to lay their eggs is a well worth a visit during the months of June, July and August where the turtles can be seen laying their eggs and then them hatching. But beware to get along to that beach again is a lot of off road driving and LOTS of potholes. Watch out for the pigs in the shrubs at the side of the road and their babies running around. Its a lovely sight.
All in all the holiday was a nice break but a bit dissappointing. The weather was very hit and miss and we only had two days of warm sunshine. the wind on an evening time can get quite nippy so take a cardigan. We even had to have the heating on in the apartments it got that cold at one stage. If you are blessed by one of the Cypriot thunder storms be prepared to be amazed at how long they last. We had one on the second day of our holiday. The rain was torrential and the thunder and lighting lasted well over an hour and it was constant.
If you are looking for a lively holiday packed with things to do then the Pafian Sun is NOT for you. If you want a nice relaxed holiday with nothing to do then it is right up your street.

I also have to agree with other reviewers on here that this hotel does not deserve its 4* standard that the travel agents say it has.


By: Davison - Leeds - Submitted 1st March 2007


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Went to this hotel last year, throught it was the best holiday, which is why I booked again.

Very bad idea, major let down!!!
The food was great last year, bad this year, no variety, same thing basically every night and mostly dripping in oil.

The entertainmet last year was run by the Thomas Cook reps themsleves, this year it was run the an outside company, oh it was bad.

They had 2 nights of quizzes, which was good, but they not very good at including the crowd, which you need. The other nights were, international dancers, which after 2 minutes we walked out, my grannie could dance better and is more entertaining!!
Karoke, T.V night, which was deal or no deal and lots and lots of bingo!!!

The rooms are in its self very good, comfy beds and lots of storage. Clean and maid service good.
The reception staff were extremly helpful, I changed rooms 3 times for various reasons.

If you are looking to rent a car, then I would advise to rent a 4X4, then roads outside the centre are not great. Also if you go over the road to Atlas rentals, (through the doors at reception) they are a 1/3 cheaper than Avis, the lovely lady in there was very nice and helpful.

Same cars on offer and cheaper!!!

Overall, weather great, hotel ok, food and entertainment very bad, which is disapointing as we had such a great time last year.


By: Naomi and Rob - Submitted 1st December 2006


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Overall Hotel Rating:

Very Good

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Took my mum here for her 60th birthday and had a great time, would definitely go back.

Accommodation was clean, the maid came in 5 times a week, towels changed twice during the week and bed once. We had a one bedroom apartment which was very spacious and because we were all inclusive did not need to use the kitchen.

Food was good, the only night we did not enjoy was the chinese night. Plenty to choose from and snacks served during the day between meal times. The a la carte night was lovely, although a bit much with 4 courses, and got a lecture from waitress for not finishing the main course.

Entertainment good but because it was out of high season kids club was closed and lot of kids running wild while their parents did not bother with them.

Complex well laid out, plenty of sun loungers and a quieter bit of grass down at the front if you did not want to sit at the pool.

Although it was a bit outside paphos it was only 80 cents on the bus and was only a 10-15 minute journey.

Restaurant and bar staff really nice, and drinks definitely not watered down, vodka ran out 3 times over the week whilst I was waiting at the bar, the seal on the bottle was burst when the bottle was opened in front of me.

Would definitely go back and had been told that complex closing beginning of december 2006 for refurbishment.


By: Lorraine, Scotland - Submitted 1st December 2006


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Overall Hotel Rating:

Excellent

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We booked the Paphian Park from the Teletext as All/Inc, then came across the reviews on the internet, we thought we had made a big mistake, until we arrived, the check-in at reception was very quick, staff polite and helpful, the rooms was very clean,plenty of towels (clean), The food was excellant all week, we did not have to queue for drinks. The only bad thing to this holiday, was the on-site super market, no basic essentials on sell for people on a self catering basis, we would go back to the Paphian Park again, we always go on All/Inc holidays and this rates up with the best, go on, try it


By: Dave Chinnock (47) Zoe Chinnock (46) - Submitted 1st October 2006


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Overall Hotel Rating:

Excellent

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We have just returned from two weeks at the Pafian Sun Holiday Village and we would highly recommend it even after reading some of the reports on holidays uncovered. If you are prepared to join in and go with the flow then this is the resort for you. The entertainment team of Theresa, Laura, Ben and Mark are extremely hard working in entertaining both children and adults. The daytime activities were there for you if you wished to join in but if you did not then you were under no pressure to participate. The evening entertainment started with kids hour which was great fun, after this came adult time but it was still good clean family fun for everyone to enjoy.

The hotel staff were extremely hard working and very pleasant and helpful. The bar staff worked extremely hard and the kids bar in the evening helped to alleviate the main bar. The food was a themed night every evening and there was a good choice. The children's buffet was quite limited but they did have the option to choose from the main buffet as well.

Just outside the hotel were the bus stops to either take you Coral Bay or into Paphos market or the harbour.

This is the first time that we have been on holiday and would be prepared to go back to the same hotel again.


By: McCoy Family- Manchester - Submitted 1st September 2006


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