Hotel Louis Imperial Beach
The Louis Imperial is a good choice for beach and pool lovers – it’s got a great swimming pool and it sidles up next to a Blue Flag stretch of sand.
This hotel is surrounded by gardens, which slope down to a Blue Flag beach. Location-wise, Paphos is a 20-minute walk along a scenic beachside path, plus there’s a clutch of bars and restaurants even closer.
Interiors are sleek and contemporary, while outside you’ve got a good-sized pool and plenty of space for sports.
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- 1 Building
- 5 Floors
- 239 Rooms
- 4 Lifts
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- 20kg luggage allowance with TUI
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Late breakfast. Option to have set-menu dinner at Mura by Akakiko Asian restaurant - reservations required. Unlimited local alcoholic and soft drinks including local draught beer, wine, spirits, champagne, mineral water, liqueurs, juices and cocktails 10.00-24.00. Waiter service for drinks. Afternoon tea. Minibar refilled daily with soft drinks and water. Snacks, ice-cream and cakes.
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Amoroza buffet restaurant►
Amoroza offers breakfast and dinner buffet with children's buffet and themed evenings such as Mexican, international, Oriental, Cypriot and Italian. This place has a dress code, men are required to wear full-length trousers in the evening. And from June to September, in the warmer months, long shorts and cropped trousers are also allowed.
2 outdoor pools►
Sunbeds and parasols line the edge of the pools here, plus there's a bar just a few steps away. Towels are available with a voucher from reception.
The hotel staff have bags of entertainment and activities for the little ones to enjoy. It's for ages 4-12, open 6 days a week.
Rooms► View all
Double Room with Inland View and Balcony►
These double rooms come with a balcony, air-con, tea and coffee facilities, a minibar and a flatscreen TV.
Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony►
These twin rooms come with a balcony, that offers a sea view. Plus, you'll also find air-con, and a flatscreen TV.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
A Hotel that grows on you
Our initial response on arrival at the Louis Imperial Beach was that it was a bit dated and not up to our usual standard of hotel. After a couple of days our opinion had completely changed, the hotel has all the amenities for a relaxing holiday, the staff are really friendly and accommodating and the food was really good. The entertainment staff were brilliant and worked tirelessly day and night to provide guests with activities and evening shows. The grounds of the hotel are more spacious than most of the adjacent beach front hotels, there are no issues getting a sun lounger, you can chose from pool side, garden area or on the beach in front of the hotel. The restaurant and bar staff were really efficient, there were no queues for food and beverages. In summary, the décor and furnishings require upgrading but the hotel has a certain charm that will ensure you have a relaxing and enjoyable holiday.More
What a great holiday we’ve had at this hotel. The staff at this hotel were so friendly and helpful and worked so hard even in the blistering heat yet always had a smile on their face! We travelled with our teenage son who was keen to get involved with the activities offered by the No stress entertainment team. Volleyball was a firm favourite and a particular thank you has to go to Eleanor for her organisation. We all enjoyed Aqua gym led by the girls too but don’t be fooled - they work you hard! The team also organised the evening entertainment and we were really impressed by Melissa, Hannah, Rich and Eleanor’s talent at dancing. They worked really hard during their time off over lunch to rehearse and make shows the highest quality possible. The hotel has 2 pools - one more catering for kids with the use of inflatables allowed and a quieter pool if you just want to relax. We spent time at both but be aware that people were up at the crack of dawn reserving sun beds! The hotel backs on to a shingle beach but I was a little disappointed as it’s very painful getting into the sea due to it being so rocky. As a result little time was spent here. The food here is amazing and be prepared to put on weight during your stay! Different dishes are offered at lunchtime and evening so you will never be bored in addition to there being theme nights from different countries each night. You also have the opportunity to book in free of charge if you’re All inclusive to the Japanese Restuarant on site. The food was delicious and well worth trying and they offer a gluten free and vegetarian meal too. At the edge of the hotel runs a beach path which takes you to the harbour. However we found the bus a better option which is a short walk away as it was too hot to walk! The buses are really regular and easy to use and run from the stop by the hotel to the harbour where you change for other destinations. If you are looking for a friendly hotel with good food this would be the place to go!More
Cyprus and our 1st 32hrs at Louis Imperial.
We are returning to Cyprus for our 2wk summer holiday after our 1st visit 17yrs ago and this time we decided to come to Paphos and the Louis Imperial. It's a big world out there however I'm already asking myself why we left it so long to return to beautiful sunny Cyprus. After a slightly delayed flight we arrived at the hotel at 1am yesterday morning. After a late flight arriving in the dark and tired you often get the wrong initial impression of a hotel but not at the Louis Imperial. Stepping off the coach and walking into the large bright, spacious reception and lobby area we were welcomed with smiles and hellos from all staff. I didnt get everyone's names but will do by the end of our holiday. Firstly the porters who took our luggage from us and placed them to oneside. Then by a member of management who provided us with a short arrival form to complete along with complimentary drinks of our choice and a selection of fancy nibbles was nicely presented on a table. Although there was several parties arriving at the same time the welcome received ensured there was no queuing and we walked straight upto reception where again we were welcomed with hellos and asked whether we had stayed at the hotel. There was no checking of passports or taking of deposit and we were promptly issued with a room key along with a summary of the facilities and dinning service. We are staying all inclusive and there's no tacky wrist bands just a single preprinted hotel resident card that we have yet to be asked for. The receptionist gave clear directions to our room which is 242 on the 2nd floor along with some numbered stickers to apply to our luggage. We made our way up stairs using one of the 4 lifts which are clean bright and fully operational. Our room is a Sea View double which sleeps 3-4. The room is bright, spacious and clean with 2 single beds pushed together with a substantial comfortable mattress topper making it a huge bed with a towel Swan sat on top. There is a sturdy single foldaway bed for our 12yr old, sufficient storage, dressing table, mirror, wall mounted flat screen TV, small table and 2 chairs, quiet but effective air conditioning, tidy and clean bathroom. A nice little balcony with table and two chairs. The mini bar which is included contained a large plate of fresh fruit, prepacked sandwich, 3 small coleslaw, bottle of water and cans of Pepsi/Lemonade. A bottle of wine chilled in a cool bucket along with glasses on the table with an envelope containing birthday wishes as I celebrate my birthday in week 2. Not sure whether the wine is part of the standard welcome or birthday related but either way a very nice touch. As it was dark outside we could only get an idea of our balcony position, we could see the pool which is slightly obscured by the pool bar roof but we got the feel it would be lovely in the morning. After a good night sleep everyone woke around 9am to a beautiful morning and on opening the balcony door you heard the sound of the waves and we could see the sea around 120mtrs away beyond the grassed sunbed area and palm trees. So we were now more than happy with our room and no thoughts of asking for an alternative. After the welcome meeting we had a late breakfast before walking into Paphos via the road which took approx 20minutes passing plenty of shops, bars, restaurants on the way. We need to explore properly but first impressions are we have everything within walking distance including waterpark, mini golf, carting and regular buses for trips further away. We walked back along the sea front past all the hotels which most have sunbed areas leading directly upto the sea and in some cases small beaches. The remainder of the day we spent around the pool soaking up the sunshine. We had a late lunch, with plenty to choose from and drinks were served to the table. Plenty of well maintained sunbeds around the large pool and children's area however we had to stroll around to look for a spot which is to be expected mid afternoon. We spent our time at the quiet small pool which isn't particularly small. No queuing for drinks as the staff bring a variety of drinks to the beds or on request. After having a few drinks watching our first live Premier League match at a nearby local pub our evening was complete when we returned to the hotel's Amoroza Restaurant. Again we were welcomed with a smile, offered seating either inside or out, received excellent service and a wide choice of food which was beautiful and nicely presented ....Sunday carvery it was 👌. Looking forward to the rest of our holiday at Louis Imperial and Cyprus night tonight 👍.More
Amazing service good food ok facilities
This hotel is on the beautiful beach with an amazing grass areas. The food is good with a different kitchen every evening (I say good and not very good due to a lousy dinner we had at the Japanese restaurant within the hotel). Drinks are also available everywhere you are in the hotel. The service is outstanding, smiling waiters are always available. They are happy to bring again and again drinks to the beach or lobby. I don’t remember such good service in other hotels. The only thing I can advise is to stay away from the rooms facing the mountains they are not quiet facing the driveway.More
Look beyond the bricks and mortar
First time here. The hotel is set back from the main road and backing on to a beach area. Whilst the hotel does feel a little tired in places you have to look beyond that. The rooms are tidy and are kept clean. The view from our balcony is nice overlooking the main pool and the sea. The food here considering it is an all inclusive hotel is not half bad. There is always something to eat or snack and plenty of variation. A different themed night each day makes choices easy and interesting. The star of the show for me however is the staff. They really are the engine room and nothing seems too much bother. Last night I was asked to fill in a questionnaire on what we thought of our stay. I said more pillows would be good. We arrived back today from a day out and there were extra pillows. I have never seen such hard working people. The entertainment is put together on a better diet as you would expect, but the team work tirelessly. My only gripe is that although the hotel asks for people not to reserve sunloungers I have witnessed people out at the main pool at 5.30am and before laying out towels to reserve lounger. Some people are laying claim to 10 and 12 at a time. Sad to see. I have made a couple of videos of this and shared them to the amusement of friends. Pat on the back for the staff and how the hotel is run. Get rid of the lounger savers who lay their towels out go back to bed, then have breakfast and finally turn up by the pool at 10:00 am and the whole thing will feel better.More
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