Royal Seacrest Apartments

No. 8 Vespasianou, Paphos, CY8036, Cyprus
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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28
Very Good
20%
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Average
11%
5
Poor
2%
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  • Families83
  • Couples87
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Sun setting over Paphos fort and harbourSun setting over Paphos fort and harbour

The Roman era hot and cold bath ruins.The Roman era hot and cold bath ruins.

Rock-cut chambersRock-cut chambers

Unexcavated site looking towards the harbourUnexcavated site looking towards the harbour

Forum Posts

Taxi from Airport

by Donna26

We have booked an apartment in July via a letting agent in the centre of Paphos. Can anyone give me an idea of the cost of a taxi from the aiport? Should we pre book one via the letting agent (they are quoting approx £28 GBP) or should we just get one from outside the airport?

Re: Taxi from Airport

by george5b

28 Pounds / 60 Euros sound about right to Paphos. You can either book the taxi ahead of time, or get one on arrival, but if you do the latter, insist on the driver using the metre !

Re: Taxi from Airport

by Tourtech

The letting agent is getting a commission from the taxi company. You have two choices, get a taxi at the airport. (18 - 24 cypriot pounds) or pre book your taxi for the pick up. We usually do that as it is more predicatable. We call the taxi company direct. Please bear in mind that the taxis charge more at night.

We have used Silverstar in the past, They are at: +35 24 622 681

Have a great time in Paphos!

Travel Tips for Paphos

You need a plug-adaptor

by globetrott

Electricity in Cyprus has 220 Volt, but the plug might be different from the one that you use in your homecountry and so it will be the best to take an adaptor-plug with you, because even the big hotels obviously dont have a single plug in the rooms for the ordinary plugs of Europe.
Charging you batteries etc. will only be possible when you have the right adaptor like in my photo !

Ayia Kyriaki- St. Paul's Pillar

by egonwegh

St. Paul's Pillar, where St. Paul is said to have been flogged. I've seen pictures on the Internet that identified other pillars as "St. Paul's Pillar", but this has got to be the one and only - there's a sign at the foot of the pillar that says so!

Friendly Staff

by cappielow1 about The Red Lion

The Red Lion on Bar Street has had a bit of a make over in that the new owner, Paul, has taken down the Union Jacks and St Georges cross flags and what a difference!
On previous visits to Paphos I have always been put off going into The Red Lion simply because of the external facade (Yes I am Scottish) as it always gave me the impression of being an English stronghold and very unwelcoming, with even the touts dressed in england Football/Rugby tops. (can I add here that I would not have entered if they had been displaying Scottish, Welsh or Irish flags to the same degree)
This is not the case now, the bar looks far more appealing and once inside Paul and his partner make you very welcome.
The strange thing is that where ever you go in Cyprus, no matter how good the restraunt or bar looks from the outside the let down is generally the toilets which are normally at the top of an Everest like staircase and not the tidiest of places. However The Red Lion is the odd one out with the toilets on the ground floor and nicely decorated and tiled.
I would certainly revisit The Red Lion and would imagine it would be a great place to watch the footie (especially when Liverpool are playing - Paul is a big Liverpool fan).
When I return in September/October I will take in a few games here.

Great Choice & Value For Money

by cappielow1 about Adelaida

The Adelaida offers a fantastic set three course meal, plus a bottle of local wine between every two diners, for the princely sum of £7.95 CYP.

The choice on the set menu is wide and varied and includes "T" bone steaks, Sirloin Steaks, A variety of fish dishes and numerous local dishes. The portions are above average with the soup bowl resembling an Olympic Swimming Pool (well not quite, but you get my drift).
The choice of sweets however, is limited to three or four with the honey and yoghurt being the best of the bunch. However, on the many occassions I have visited the Adelaida, I've never really felt like eating a sweet anyway.
The staff are friendly and attentive and when they can will always stop for a chat. As I said the cost includes a bottle of wine for every two diners and can be chosen from a fairly wide variety. If you don't want to drink it at the time, or if four of you decide that one bottle is enough, they will give you the unopened bottle to take away for later.

Although I have quoted the price as £7.95, I have also seen the price as £8.95 and £9.25 per person. The last price I paid though was £7.95, either way it's still a very good three course meal with wine for two for under a tenner.
During high season it is advisable to book, The Adeladia becomes busy very quickly. STARTER - Haloumi (grilled goats cheese) and Ham or
Garlic Mushrooms

MAIN COURSE - Plank Steak with piped potatoes (two pieces of steak served on a wooden plank with creamed potatoes piped around the sides
T Bone steak with chips, rice and veg

SWEET - Yoghurt and Honey

APHRODITE'S ROCK.

by cazz38

Legend states that Aphrodite the goddess of love and beauty emerged from the Mediterranean sea near Paphos in 12 000 BC.There are two official places to veiw this breathtaking site,one down on the shore and the other up on the cliffs.

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Address: No. 8 Vespasianou, Paphos, CY8036, Cyprus