Resembling a Greek palace, the museum-like interior has to be seen to be believed. Build on grounds where three tombs with frescoes from the helleistic period were found and well preserved, the hotel is well placed for sightseeing being surrounded by numerous archeological sites while at the same time it is located just opposite of the King's Avenue Mall.
The hotel offers various amenities including reception, lobby, conference room, pool and snack bar etc.!
The hotel consists of 87 tastefully furnished and designed rooms. All 87 tastefully furnished and designed bedrooms ( double bedded King-size and twin bedded Queen-size ) are with private bath/shower, Hairdryer balcony, WC, radio, satellite TV, in-house DVD and direct dial telephone.
• Fridge available - included in price
The Roman Hotel has a bar, snack bar and a restaurant. Buffet breakfast and dinner are served indoors or outdoors. Live music and traditional folk shows are often organised. Children's Menu with Early meals for children are available as well as cavery nights and barbeque evenings are often organised.
The hotel offers a varied entertainment program including live music, folklore shows, wine tasting etc. The hotel also offers relaxation and recreation to its guests through its facilities such as darts, gym, sauna, massage, whirlpool etc.! Some facilities are charged such as Gym (charged per hour), Sauna (charged per hour), Hairdressing, Massage, Aromatherapy (charged per treatment) and table tennis (charged per hour).
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.