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Agapinor Hotel


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key image Centrally Located in Popular Paphos

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Room Info

The accommodation of twin and single guest rooms all have a balcony with either land or sea views and features include en-suite bathrooms with baths and overhead showers, air-conditioning and central heating, satellite channel TV, direct dial telephone, room safe (payable locally), and hair dryer.

Hotel Info

The Agapinor Hotel's charming position, hospitable staff and panoramic views of the West Coast, make it a wonderful retreat for those who prefer a holiday away from the beach.

The Hotel's location is ideal for shopping & sightseeing, with the local Market & Bazaar, District Museum, Public Gardens & Town Hall only a few minutes walk away. Kato Paphos with it's beaches and bars and the Harbour, which is ringed with tavernas, is only 3km away, approximately 5 minutes by car. A short distance away is Land of the Kings, the House of Theseus & Dionysos and Saint Paul's Pillar.


According to myth, when Aphrodite rose from the sea she landed at Paphos. Fast-forward a few thousand years, and the old town is straight-up traditional Cyprus, with cobbled streets and shaded pavement cafés. Downhill, meanwhile, there’s a modern harbour packed with bars and restaurants. But the spirit of Aphrodite lives on in the age-old temples and crumbling ruins that are still here to explore.

The bijou beach here only stretches for around 150 metres, but it’s right in the town centre, so it’s really handy. It’s split into 2 parts – a sandy part and a wooden, decked area behind it – and both have got plenty of sunloungers. There are a couple of beach bars, but most of the stretch is backed by craggy rocks and overlooked by a Medieval castle.

The town’s history stretches back to Neolithic times, so there’s a mixed heritage here. A must-see is UNESCO’s Tomb of the Kings – these Egyptian catacombs are carved out of solid rock. There’s also the famous House of Dionysos for spectacular Greek mosaics. And up on the hill, the rugged columns of the Temple of Aphrodite frame sweeping sea views.

Talking of Aphrodite, you can see her old baths at Polis, about 40 minutes away. There’s a really good walking trail that starts from here, too. Alternatively, a 90-minute drive gets you to the village of Khirokhitia. The houses here look like little ceramic pots – they date from the Neolithic period, and were home to the earliest-known civilisation on Cyprus.

Sports & Entertainment

Guests can relax and enjoy the sun at the large swimming pool and children’s pool. Other facilities include, 24 hour reception with panoramic views of the Mediterranean sea, currency exchange, WIFI (cards purchased from the reception), pool bar (summer only), book exchange, multipurpose / conference room, private parking area, two lifts to all floors and shops accessible from the street outside.

Food & Drink

In the morning, the Neptune breakfast room serves a buffet breakfast and in the evening Artemis Restaurant provides a buffet dinner. The Neptune Pool Bar serves drinks and snacks throughout the day in summer and the Agapinor Café opens in the evenings.


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