Paphos town occupies the south-western part of the island, washed by the Mediterranean Sea. Paphos is not just a tourist center but also an industrial and agricultural town. The Turkish fort gives to the surrounding area an old charm and it also serves fishing and sport boats. There are British colonial buildings and other ancient edifices, dating back to the 19-th century.
My review about Coral Beach Hotel in Paphos is the following: We stayed at the Coral Beach hotel over half term in the month of October 2006. The hotel is old and needs thorough updating. Even after some rooms being apparently renovated all that consists of is repainting and replacing the carpets, not a new bathroom or furniture. We stayed in a Garden Studio which had been "refurbished". It had an odour of damp and the bathroom was in the best case 20 years old.
Coral Beach Hotel 5* Paphos
Coral Beach Hotel is a unique and stylish resort situated on picturesque grounds. The hotel's restaurants boast delicious food and wondrous accommodations.
Elysium Beach Resort 5* Paphos
Elysium Beach Resort features elegant sumptuousness. The resort was designed with your comfort in mind. It is situated in the old part of the town.
Intercontinental Aphrodite Hills Resort Hotel 5* Paphos
Intercontinental Aphrodite Hills Resort Hotel was costructed in the style of a village. It is locasted between the two towns Limassol and Paphos.