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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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 a breakfast and dinner buffet, plus themed evenings such as Mexican, international, Oriental, Cypriot and Italian.
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.
Double Room with Sea View and Balcony►
These double rooms have a sea view and come with a balcony, air-con, tea and coffee facilities, a minibar and a flatscreen TV.
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Arrived early evening to a drinks reception, booked in and were pleasantly suprised with a room upgrade to sea view. We went to Cyprus for a 70's birthday celebration for my wife accompanied by my son,daughter and there children, 9 of us in total. We arrived Pre CV on the 22nd March and the weather for the whole week was warm and sunny. Most of the week was spent around the kiddies pool/slide and the pool attendant was very helpful turning on the water for us.All the staff were very pleasant especially in the reception, bars and restraunt. We were given a table for the whole week so we could be together. It was a holiday to remember especally with what was to come. There was some work going on in the main restraunt but this was not intrusive in any way. We wish all the staff well and hope they are coping with the current situation Kind regards to all, John & Nina M & FamilyMore
Excellent hotel, amazing staff
We were at this hotel when the Covid19 crisis struck. After 2 weeks of our three week holiday, we were locked down, with all restaurants, cafes and tourist sites closed. The hotel and staff were amazing, helping to sort out repatriation flights, meals etc. Obviously there was disruption and stress but all the staff were calm and helpful, especially the guest relations managers. We will definitely return in happier times. The hotel itself is undergoing refurbishment in some areas but is comfortable and well placed, less than two kilometres from the harbour area. Please support this hotel once the travel restrictions are relaxed, the staff deserve all our support.More
Nice hotel but.....
As with another reviewer we too had not originally book to stay at this particular hotel but was moved here following the government restrictions put in place following the Covid-19 situation. If we had booked to stay here the review probably would have been different but coming into this hotel after 7 days in the hotel we had booked to stay at we saw the contrast between the two hotels was vast. There are areas of the Imperial that does need sprucing up but overall the hotel was OK, staff (in the main apart from some working in the restaurant ) were friendly and the room was more than adequate (though the hairdryer needed repairing) and nice view of the beach and for the few days we were there we did have a good time. However, my main gripe with the hotel was the food. Though the Louis hotels appear to offer the same menu the food at the Imperial was below par and whether it was because it was a bigger hotel it did appear to have a problem in keeping the hot food warm and noticed one incident in which freshly cooked food was mixed in the food that was already out. Shame really that this, for me, let it down. I would like to thank the staff for their hospitality especially under the extreme circumstances we were in. Would we stay here again, probably not as we have been spoilt by the other Louis hotel we originally booked but that's our personal preference, but it is a good hotel that with a few tweaks could be an excellent hotel.More
Really Poor Place
Firstly, I feel it only fair to put this review in context. We did not book to stay here, but at The Louis King Jason, an all inclusive adults only hotel. Now the King Jason is superb, first class food, great international wines and spirits included in the all inclusive. However, quite unnecessarily in my opinion, we were thrown out of the KJ and put in here, well shocked is an understatement. This place is appallingly tatty, paint peeling off the walls, builders rubbish left all around outside that one has to look at, fabric peeling off the chairs in the bar etc. Also, the dining experience was terrible, just like a school canteen. Surly staff, wine that was so bad you would be better off going to the salad bar and drinking the vineagar and sprirts that would strip the paint off a car. The hot food was barely hot and staff with trolleys collecting plates and scraping waste into bins right by your table when you were eating so the smell was disgusting. Maybe people paid a lot less to stay here, and it is a disgrace we were placed here, but at any price some of the failings are basic and I would not expect in a hotel of any standrad or price. We will not return to any Louis hotel after this experience. All in all apalling!More
Lovely friendly hotel.
Me and my hubby have visited this hotel 5 times in the last 6 years. We normally go around the same time that my in laws are at the same hotel for their line dancing 2 week package. We arrived on the Friday 13th and found we were the last flight out before they cancelled all flights going into Cyprus for the caronavirus situation. We were there a week and it was disheartening to hear the many stories of alot of the guests there wondering how they going to get home. I have to mention the staff from the reception to the bar staff, waiters, animation staff and cleaners went out their way for you knowing their jobs were coming to an end!the week was spent doing our normal thing which is just chilling as we both have challenging jobs. The food was lovely and the drinks were just house wine and not branded spirits, but being all inclusive we were able to sample the cocktails. could not go on walks about as shops bars and restaurants were all closed! The weather was sunny enough to sun bathe and come away with a tan. Well done for refurbishing the restaurant to make it look modern and hopefully other places will follow suit. Rooms were comfortable with a lovely beach view. Special mention to Tui rep Janet Mann and her team who went the extra mile to make sure things were put in place to get guests back home and to also help others who were not booked under Tui. Will definitely book again when this whole caronavirus situation has cleared up.More
marie T, 191258
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