All rooms in the resort are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Each room is fitted with a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hair dryer. All units at Louis Phaethon Beach have air conditioning and a desk.
Continental and buffet breakfast options are available each morning at the accommodation.
Spa and wellness facilities including a sauna and a fitness centre are at guests' disposal during their stay at Louis Phaethon Beach. You can play tennis at this 4-star resort.
28 Octovriou Square is 6km from the resort, while Tombs of the Kings is 6km from the property.
The main restaurant, the Esperides, is an all-inclusive restaurant open all year round where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served as rich and varied buffets. It boasts a spacious and airy dining room and a large shaded terrace where you can enjoy all your meals outdoors weather permitting.
Mura by Akakiko Restaurant
Only open in the summer, the Mura by Akakiko Restaurant serves tasty and exotic Asian cuisine.
Poolside Bar and Restaurant
The Louis Phaethon Beach hotel also has a comfortable poolside bar and restaurant serving hot and cold snacks, cocktails, beer and soft drinks which opens during the summer period from 10 am to 5:30 pm.
Daily 10:00 – 17:30
The Atrium Bar
The main bar is open all year round and offers the ideal spot for pre-dinner and after-dinner drinks, daytime refreshments and evening cocktails.
Cafe Vienna is a welcoming coffee shop serving hot and cold drinks, pastries and cakes.
Chariots Night Club
Dance the night away to the sound of disco music at the Chariots Night Club open daily from 8:30pm to 1am.
The Louis Phaethon Beach Hotel is situated directly on the beach in the tourist area of Yeroskipou in the beautiful town of Paphos.
Area Information/Places of Interest:
Paphos (or Pafos) is one of the most beautiful and ancient towns of Cyprus. Wherever one treads in Paphos he comes across its glorious history which dates back thousands of years, when the cult of goddess Aphrodite who emerged from its seas, flourished in this beautiful part of the world attracting many visitors from the island and abroad.
Today Paphos is a small harbour town, but in Hellenistic and Roman times it was the capital of Cyprus. Still under the spell of her Beauty-Goddess, the area retaining her magic, has remained impact by time. Paphos seduces its visitor with its majestic landscape, lovely coastline, historical treasures and delightful villages where tradition is still a way of life.
The legacy from its remarkable history adds up to nothing less than an open museum, so much so that UNESCO simply added the whole town its world Cultural Heritage List. Among the treasures unearthed, are the remarkable mosaics in the Houses of Dionyssos, Theseus and Aion, beautifully preserved after 16 centuries under the soil. Then there are the mysterious vaults and caves, the Tombs of the Kings, the ancient Odeon Theatre and other places of interest including the various Museums.