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Kiniras Traditional Hotel

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Paphos 91 Makarios Avenue, Paphos8010, Cyprus Show Map

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Ranked #106 / 854 Hotels in Paphos
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Air Conditioning/Heating according to season, Flat Screen TV,
Free Wi-Fi, Tea & Coffee Facilities,
Wi-Fi Internet (free of charge), 2 Single Beds,
Balcony, Bath or Shower,
Cosmetic / Magnifying Mirror, Hairdryer,
Mini Bar, Radio,
Safe Deposit Box, Telephone,
Television, Twin Beds,

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Air Conditioning/Heating according to season, Flat Screen TV,
Free Wi-Fi, Tea & Coffee Facilities,
Wi-Fi Internet (free of charge), Balcony,
Bath or Shower, Cosmetic / Magnifying Mirror,
Double Bed, Hairdryer,
Mini Bar, Radio,
Safe Deposit Box, Telephone,
Television, WC

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Kiniras Traditional Hotel, a 15th century Venetian building, is located in the heart of Paphos, near the colourful market, and just 3 km from the fishing harbour and tourist resort.

Kiniras Traditional Hotel has become known over the last few years as a landmark, meeting place and a favoured venue for eating out in Paphos. The architecture of the building gives an irreplaceable expression of the wealth and variety of its cultural background and this is complemented by the artwork that adorns the walls from its owner, George Gregoriou. 
Kiniras has been operating as a Hotel since the beginning of the 19th Century. The Hotel is family run with three generations of the Gregoriou family actively involved in the business. The building has been regularly refurbished with much love and enthusiasm, whilst making sure that the original character is maintained.
All air-conditioned rooms are individually decorated with fresco paintings and include free Wi-Fi, a balcony overlooking the colourful garden, a satellite TV, an electric fan, a kettle, and a minibar. The private bathroom has free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Kiniras Restaurant offers a variety of authentic and traditional dishes made from fish, meat, and other delicacies. In the stone-paved courtyard with numerous sculptures, guests can enjoy an award-winning traditional Cypriot breakfast and various refreshments from the bar.
Kiniras Hotel and Restaurant is located 3 kilometres from Kato Paphos's harbour. Paphos International Airport is 8 kilometres away. An airport shuttle service is available for a fee. Valet parking is available for a fee.

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

289 Reviews
Ranked #106 / 854 Hotels in Paphos
Location Location
Sleep Quality Sleep Quality
Rooms Rooms
Service Service
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Excellent 110
Very Good 82
Average 43
Poor 24
Terrible 30

Property Amenities

Kiniras Traditional Hotel has a 24-hour front guest with multilingual staff that can assist guests in Greek, English, Russian, German or French. Some additional amenities/services include shops onsite, a designated smoking area, bicycle rental and a barber/beauty shop. For transportation services, car rental, a bus connection and taxi are also available.

Food & Drink

  • Restaurant(s)


  • Wi-Fi Internet in Public Areas (free of charge)

Reception Services

  • Currency Exchange
  • Luggage Storage
  • Multilingual Staff

Cleaning Services

  • Dry Cleaning Service (extra charge)
  • Ironing Services (extra charge)
  • Laundry Service

Business Facilities

  • Fax Services
  • Photocopier


  • Safety Box (Reception)
  • Car Rental Desk
  • A/C & Heating
  • Tours
  • Newspapers
  • Shops (on site)


Kiniras Traditional Hotel features three types of rooms. These include A Standard Single, Double and Triple Room. All rooms are very clean and comfortable, with new linen, and fully equipped with bath or shower, radio, telephone, TV, minibar, safety box, air-conditioning/heating and a view of the garden or the narrow traditional streets of Paphos. All rooms can pick up the hotel's free Wi-Fi service. Overlooking the rooftops and church domes of old Paphos, guests can appreciate how rare its old-world charm is.

All the rooms are different and most of them are decorated with frescoes painted by the owner. Being in the Kiniras Traditional Hotel, guests can feel they are part of a history not found in many soulless modern establishments.

Standard Single Room
Occupancy: 2 Adults & 1 Child
The Standard Single Room is equipped with 1 double bed.

Standard Double Room
Occupancy: 2 Adults & 1 Child
The Standard Double Room is equipped with 2 twin beds.

Standard Triple Room
Occupancy: 3 Adults & 1 Child
The Standard Triple Room is equipped with 3 beds.


  • Hairdryer
  • Cosmetic / Magnifying Mirror


  • Balcony

Media & Technology

  • Television
  • Telephone


  • Wi-Fi Internet in Rooms (free of charge)

Reception Services

  • Room Service (extra charge)


  • Mini Bar
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Air Conditioning/Heating according to season


Kiniras Tavern
The Kiniras Tavern is fairly unique in an increasingly homogenized restaurant world. Having had a menu that catered for all and done it well, it has chosen to go back to its roots and present a menu that is steeped in tradition and uncompromising in its authenticity.
The menu features some sixty dishes, all created from the cookbooks of the past. The restaurant offers such delicacies as sun-dried lamb, calamari, machalebi (a pudding based on rose water syrup) or more familiar but equally authentic dishes such as T-bone steak or mousaka. The difference is almost always in the preparation. Guests can find that the succulent taste of the pork steaks is down to the fact that they are marinated for two to three days in red wine. The same goes for swordfish which is allowed to take in the flavours of dill and bay leaf through the vehicle of virgin olive oil. Adventurous diners may want to try the Zalatina (pig’s trotters and other cuts in aspic) or opt for a simple village salad.
Service is of course exemplary and whether it's George himself or Laxman or Barbara, guests will be made to feel very comfortable - the only danger is getting too comfortable as the outdoor courtyard is a wonderful place to lose an afternoon.
The restaurant is fully certified and keeps up (and exceeds) the standards of HACCP and ISO 2200. The kitchens have many fridges to separate the marinating meat from the cheeses and sweets.
Experience the ambience and relaxing qualities of the enclosed courtyard which is open to the public, for a morning coffee or taste some exquisite Cypriot traditional cuisine at lunch or throughout the day.
The Kiniras has achieved the coveted CTO (Cyprus Tourism Organisation) Vakhis award. This is awarded sparingly to establishments that serve traditional Cypriot cuisine in an environment that is authentic, and where the levels of service, as well as the ambience and decor, complement the food; in short, the full dining experience. Currently, Kiniras is the only hotel in Paphos to have received the award.



  • Bicycle Rentals (at a charge)

Food & Drink

  • Bar


  • Hairdresser (at a charge)

Points of Interest

The hotel is found in Makarios Avenue, only a couple of minutes away from the old town market and a short bus ride away from Paphos harbour with its Venetian fort and the UNESCO sites of ancient Paphos.


Travel Information
Paphos has its own International airport. The airport receives flights from most cities in Europe, as well as some Middle Eastern and North African destinations.

  • Town Centre: 3km
  • Paphos Airport: 16km
  • Larnaca Airport: 150km

Area Information/Places of Interest 

  • Historical points of interest
  • Charming harbour
  • Sandy and pebbly beaches

Paphos (or Pafos) is one of the most beautiful and ancient towns in 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 impacted 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 to 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.





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