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Louis King Jason

Pentadaktylou St, Kato Paphos, Paphos, 8103, Cyprus
(4 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Excellent value apartments in Paphos

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 19, 2012

My girlfriend and I stayed at the Louis King Jason Hotel & Apartments in Paphos for 7 nights in November 2009.

We booked the accommodation as a package, along with our easyJet flights from the UK, and paid a little under £300 in total for the flights and a week's stay on a "room only" basis.

Expect to pay considerably more during the busier summer months.


The Louis King Jason Apartments are located on Pentadaktylou Street, between the lower area of Kato Paphos and the town centre at the top of the hill.

The apartments are located on a residential street just off the main Tombs of the Kings Avenue; a busy dual carriageway which leads, after a few kilometers, to the famous tombs. Despite its proximity to this busy road, we were never disturbed by traffic noise during the night.

A 5-10 minute walk brings you to the touristy areas of Kato Paphos, such as the restaurants and nightlife of "Bar Street" and a number of mini markets, and a further 5-10 minute walk brings you to the seafront and the harbour. A similar length walk in the opposite direction, uphill, brings you to Paphos town centre which is less geared towards tourists but contains a number of shops, eating places and public transport options.

We booked a transfer from Paphos airport to the apartments through A & G Neophytou Rent a Car (website: / email: at a cost of 27 Euros. Our research suggested that their rates were competitive and their service was reliable. This proved to be the case. Furthermore, their office is conveniently located just a few metres from the Louis King Jason Apartments, so we went in a few days before we were due to leave to book our return transfer to the airport.


Our apartment was furnished to a high standard and was well maintained and cleaned throughout our stay.

Although we ate out each evening, the apartment was ideal for anybody wishing to self cater; it contained a cooker with hobs, a microwave, a toaster, a fridge, a sink, a kettle and various cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils. There was also a dining table and four chairs.

There were two single beds pushed together, a sofa, a TV, a writing desk, bedside cabinets, a wooden storage trunk and plenty of wardrobe space. The room was large and airy and I imagine you would really appreciate the air-conditioning in the hot summer months. In November, the nights were fairly cool and the room was a comfortable temperature without the need for either air-conditioning or heating.

Our small balcony contained a table and a couple of chairs, but not much of a view. We were on the ground floor and had a view of the outdoor dining area, partially obscured by trees. Some rooms have balconies that overlook the pool area.

The bathroom was of an adequate size; larger than some hotel bathrooms I've experienced but by no means spacious. It contained a shower over a bathtub with a pull around shower curtain. Fresh towels and toiletries were provided throughout our stay and the maids cleaned the bathroom regularly.


The hotel has a reasonable sized and odd-shaped swimming pool (not ideal for serious swimmers, but fine for splashing around in!) with a surrounding sunbathing area and a raised wooden boarded sun deck. Amongst the standard sun loungers and parasols were some more luxurious sun beds; large wooden four poster beds with mattresses and cushions. In November the pool area was quiet and we were able to take our pick of the sun beds, but I would imagine there are many early morning battles for the prime sun beds in the busier summer months!

The food on offer at the hotel always looked tasty and well presented as we walked through the dining area in the mornings and on our way out in the evenings. We would have been happy to eat in the hotel at least once during our stay, but it was not possible to book for just one night. Instead, we would have had to pay for a package of meals. If memory serves correct, the minimum we could have booked was 3 nights worth of meals.

My overriding memory of the hotel and one that I will remember for many years is the following: our stay at Louis King Jason coincided with my 30th birthday. My girlfriend had taken along a handful of balloons and banners with which she decorated our room. One day, we returned to our room to find a complimentary bottle of champagne and a birthday card signed by the manager. This was a wonderful gesture and typified the general customer-friendly approach of the hotel's staff. We also received a gift upon arrival at the hotel (a jar of jam and some local sweets if memory serves correct).

We really enjoyed our week's stay at Louis King Jason. In November it proved to be a quiet retreat with plenty of space around the pool to soak up a few rays of warm winter sunshine and cool off in the pool. I imagine it would be much busier and livelier in the summer months.

Great value hotel apartments with a pleasant pool and sun terrace. An ideal location for exploring the sights of Paphos. Highly recommended!!

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Good self catering

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 31, 2009

Stayed two weeks on self catering basis - enjoyed ourselves and would stay here again - room service was scheduled for every third day so we bought sponge and cleaner to keep our room sparkling - swept up daily to deny the ants their meal of the crumbs...

2 adults and 1 child - room was a good size - kitchen was reasonably well fitted - we did not cook but brought in meals - cooked meats / cheeses / breads / salads /

Hotel has resident selection of highly intelligent cats who can recognise "self caterers" and follow along for snacks .. slight whiff on cat pee on the breeze now and then

A hire car makes the stay more comfortable as the hotel is a good walk from the facilities but this in turn makes for a quieter location away from the bars and general tourist 'ambiance'

Our stay was in December 2009 and we found Cyprus prices generally HIGH - due to the poor UK / Euro exchange rate - wish I had taken sterling with me as the local advertised exchange rate was .05/.06 better than I got from UK Post office

Unique Quality: Great pool plus small indoor pool - games area which costs 1 euro per game

Several local car hire firms if you want short term hire - as we were 3 pax I hired at airport and avoided the hotel transfer fee

Directions: A little hard to find but is located near to the big modern church and off Tomb of the Kings road

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Good accomodation

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 12, 2007

The King Jason is only a 10-15 minute walk from Bar street & is in a quiet residential area. The rooms are both immaculate & spacious & the pool area had the most comfortable padded loungers that we had ever encountered; great for sleeping off a hangover! You get little presents from the management but watch out for the carafe of red wine it was pretty much undrinkable. But the ouzo & honey were very nice.The staff were very helpful & friendly & the breakfast buffet good value.
We drank mostly in the Red Lion bar (on Bar Street), the hosts Karen & Paul were great company & they had a great choice of beers & spirits, good large TVs for sporting events but without the yob element & immaculate GROUND floor toilets...unusual for Paphos. The food in most places was plentiful & good value. Hire a car & go up to Polis for the day...only takes about an hour...central square there very quaint. Also the small village of Tala 10 mins away from Paphos had some nice tavernas. Hope you have a great holday

Unique Quality: Fantastic loungers.

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Fitness Center
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  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Spa
  • Kitchenette
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  • Bar / Lounge

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