Alexander The Great Beach Hotel
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Address: Posidonos Avenue Cy 8102, , Paphos, CY
No of Rooms: 202
Location. The Alexander The Great Beach Hotel is located in Paphos, Cyprus, on a blue flag beach. It is one kilometre from the old harbour and town centre, and one kilometre from the Aphrodite Water Park. Paphos Airport is 15 kilometres distance. Hotel Features. A modern cream building by a sandy beach, The Alexander The Great Beach Hotel is set on an archaeological site dating back to 2000 BC with ancient tombs in its landscaped grounds. In summer guests have a sunbed allocated by outdoor pool or beach. There is also a television and cinema room, and wireless Internet access in public areas. The Health and Beauty Studio offers treatments, massages, a sauna, a steam bath and jetted tubs, and there is also a hair salon. Roxane's Restaurant and Terrace at the Alexander The Great serves Mediterranean dishes, with live music on the outdoor terrace. The Limanaki is an open air taverna by the sea serving grill and barbecue dishes, and The Alexander Bar serves cocktails. There is also a poolside bar, and a cafe serving lunch and complimentary buffet breakfast. A half board rate including breakfast and lunch is available. The hotel has indoor and outdoor pools, a floodlit tennis court, volleyball, table tennis, and billiards. Water sports at the beach include jet skiing, windsurfing and scuba diving. There is also a children's pool, an arcade room, a supervised Kid's Club and babysitting services. Guestrooms. The 202 guestrooms at the Alexander The Great are furnished in mahogany wood and rich colours. All are air conditioned and have balconies with bamboo armchairs overlooking mountain or sea. Amenities include satellite television, minibars, and sitting areas. Half board room rates are available. Expert Tip. Paphos is famed for its association with Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love. Legendarily she was born out of sea foam at Petra tou Romiou. Near this rock is Old Paphos with the Temple of Aphrodite, dating back to the 12th Century BC.