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 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.
Family Room with Sea View, Partition and Balcony►
These family rooms include a partition, which is fixed open and a balcony for extra outdoor space.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Mrs Marilyn Murrell
Arrived back from this hotel on Sunday. There isn't anything I can criticise about it.It's the best all inclusive holiday we have had.Rooms plenty big enough for 3 of us,plenty of space and lots of clothing space.beds are comfortable rooms cleaned every day. Plenty of sunbeds any time of day. Food is really good lots of choices you won't go hungry here everything looks and tastes delicious. Your really spoilt here in every way. The staff are all lovely and cheerful and can't do enough for you from the cleaners up to the management.I would definitely recommend it and I will certainly return there xMore
What a great place to come and get away for a week. We came last September and enjoyed it so much we came back this week. Staff are very friendly and cater to all your needs. Would highly recommend this hotel. Also the NO STRESS ENTERTAINMENT TEAM are fantastic especially CHANSE and MELISSA always including you in all activities. Thank you so much for having us again see you again very soon More
Lived up to expectations
I always read Tripadvisor Reviews before booking an holiday or break. The Louis Imperial Beach lived up to our expectations. We had a sea view room, with a good size balcony, it overlooked the main pool area. The bed was extremely comfortable, the room was spotless. The only slight negative was the bathroom was small and really lacked storage space or shelves for toiletries. It also could do with an update. We booked fully inclusive for the first time and the quality and variety of the food was excellent. Everything was fresh, beautifully presented and even the vegetables were perfectly cooked. There was an amazing selection of salads, seafood, cold meats etc. Then there was a very large buffet of hot foods. They also had a section for children, which was an excellent idea and some of the food was available all day. We booked the Japanese Restaurant one evening, quite disappointed with the food, plenty of it, but very bland , not enough flavour. Also other diners we spoke to said the same. It was a pity as the main restaurant food was so good. To summarise great location, excellent food, very attentive staff, good entertainment. Thank you Louis Imperial BeachMore
Another happy holiday at this hotel as a repeater. Although not on the exact date my wife Christine and I were celebrating 60 years of marriage. What brings people back to this hotel are the friendliness of the staff, great food, spacious grounds with sun beds aplenty and nice spacious rooms with very good bathrooms/ shower facilities. So easy to make friends here, mention to Frank and Joy, Sue and Keith who were lovely to meet. If there is a 'however' it is, that it is becoming time for a fairly robust decorating overhaul. As you walk along the strip, airport side of Paphos harbour resplendent hotels either side make that fairly obvious. But repeaters come back year after year and as a result the hotel's success is self perpetuating. As one fellow holidaymaker exclaimed ' what more do you want other than good food, total friendliness spacious grounds and a nice room ' and it is difficult to argue with that. I cannot endorse seen reviews re brilliant entertainment but I remind you of our age. Earlier holidays at this hotel have seen great entertainment in the Fontana Bar but shows were held without exception in the bowels of the hotel in the now outdated Empire Ballroom. Those with limited mobility also find it curious that hotel toilets are such a walk and many steps from the lobby. The ' No Stress' animation team were great people and so enthusiastic but it is asking a lot for them to entertain during the day and then attempt shows at night, but well done to them. The Imperial does ' all inclusive ' very well although I regret the effect that this had on Paphos bars and tavernas. Normally going in November I have to say that is my preferred time despite the obvious drawback of limited sunshine hours but that may be because of twenty years of wonderful holidays and consequently, wonderful friends. So, would I return to the Imperial ? '' In A Heartbeat " !!!More
We had family holiday of 25 for my sons wedding , he didn’t get married at the hotel although they had weddings most days . Can’t fault anything about this 4+hotel from the cleaners to the management everyone is so helpful and friendly . Gianni waiter out by the pool was lovely and soon learnt what people ordered , Mel in the kids club to name but 2 all seemed happy in their jobs. Sandwiches in room when we arrived late and soft drinks put into mini fridge daily . Food was lovely and as for the deserts ! “Rude not to “. Bus stop outside hotel to harbour for only €1.50 and same again upto old town market . Walk along beach to harbour is beautiful both night and day or the other way for a lovely little chapel . Entertainment went outside midway through our stay so I’m sure that will be great on a warm evening . Shop in hotel is very reasonably priced. Julie the hairdresser is amazing , she did 5 of the party and is so lovely and friendly as well as doing amazing things with hair. We had to visit hospital with one of our party and reception could y have been more helpful and genuinely concerned . Future holidays = will look for a Louis hotel first .More
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