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June 17, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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The Annabelle in Paphos, Cyprus

On the enchanting Mediterranean isle of Cyprus is The Annabelle. This elegant sanctuary boasts a beachfront setting, sweeping Mediterranean vistas, close proximity to a charming fishing hamlet, and surrounding archeological sites. The Annabelle offers a haute and historic experience at once. Its six acres of paradise is punctuated with lush gardens and tumbling waterfalls. Guest rooms are incredibly stylish, with ultra comfortable furnishings, private terraces and a choice of views. Suites overlook the serene sea or gardens and feature whirlpool tubs, and select units offer private plunge pools. The overall experience at The Annabelle is one of relaxation and fine living at its best.

With four restaurants, guests can experience a wide range of tastes and cuisines. Traditional Cypriot fare is enjoyed with a mix of live music at the seaside Mediterraneo. Asteras offers a fine dining experience amid an intimate space, with a menu of steak and fresh fish. Several bars and lounges, including a swim-up concept, add to the social nature of the resort. And with a roster of recreational diversions, there is never a dull moment to be had. Tennis, squash and water sports are just a few of the pleasures that await you. AlymraSpa, located in The Annabelle's adjacent sister property, allows guests to be pampered from head to toe with its menu of treatments, and this delightful haven also features a sauna, steam rooms and indoor pool. There are several excellent golf courses nearby, too. Those who fancy themselves explorers can set out to do a little wine tasting within the confines of a Byzantine monastery - an experience certainly worthy of a toast.

Location of The Annabelle

The Annabelle
Poseidonos Avenue
8102
Paphos, Cyprus

Nearest Airport: PFO

Amenities for The Annabelle

  • General Information
  • 218 Guest Rooms
  • Connecting/Adjoining Rooms
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Private Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Swim-Up Bar
  • 4 Restaurants
  • 5 Bars
  • Afternoon Tea
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Live Entertainment
  • Tennis Courts
  • Gardens
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Private Pools
  • Activities
  • Fishing
  • Sailing
  • Tennis
  • Water Skiing
  • Windsurfing
  • Mountain Biking
  • Scuba Diving
  • Snorkeling
  • Parasailing
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Kids Pool
  • Kids Club
  • Playground
  • Children's Menus
  • Teen Activities
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Vineyards
  • Interests
  • Beach
  • Family

Reviews for The Annabelle

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

All staff very helpful, cheerful and very polite. Food and service excellent. Rooms very clean and kept well. Good position but public beach. Swimming pool very good, always chairs available Will go back.

raghog - Chalfont St Peter, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

I have stayed at the Annabelle twice before, both visits were some years ago. I had very fond memories of both holidays. Maybe one should never go back , and it would be better to remember certain places as they were. The Annabelle has definitely got a lot of things right. The Staff: Polite, friendly, professional, eager to help. The Rooms: We had a Deluxe sea view, very comfortable large bed, lovely balcony. The Pool area: Lovely comfortable sun beds, immaculately clean pool, perfect temperature, refreshing but not freezing. The not so good bits: The Food: Breakfast: TINNED PEACHES AND TINNED PEARS ! The only freshly prepared fruit was Kiwi, oranges and grapefruit. Where was the melon and watermelon which is sold on every roadside? Some strawberries or cherries occasionally would be welcome. They did however get full marks from me for the freshly squeezed orange juice. The Buffet: We thought this was very disappointing, the food wasn't always hot, and not much variety. Mediterranean restaurant: This was better, although again nothing interesting, grilled meats, dips and salads. Amorosa: Much better, we ate there the last night, we hadn't been told that the set menu was included in our half board tariff. How I wished we had known that earlier in the week. We would have enjoyed our holiday much more. Drinks: The wine was a very poor selection, the Wolf Blass was never available, and in spite of trying 6 different wines I can honestly say we were disappointed with them all. Premium prices were charged for very poor drinks, the measures were singles of all the spirits, we don't mind paying for decent drinks , obviously overheads are high in a hotel, but we do expect to get a decent drink. We brought this to the attention of the staff but no alternatives or replacements were offered. The morning after I saw Megan in the dining room signal to the restaurant manager as I walked by, but he didn't come to see us. We will not be returning.

janepL6352BA


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

We had a room overlooking the Garden which was excellent. Plenty of space and quiet. Large pool well maintained and Lifeguard. Sea view restuarant B.B.Q very good. New pool bar which did very good pool snacks and lunches if required. Rooms light and well maintained. Excellent place to chill out and not too far to walk into harbour town. Good bus services up to Old Town and Market. Will be back

Hazel A - Nottingham, England, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Words can not describe what a wonderful holiday we had at this amazing Hotel. It was superbly clean and efficiently run. The staff were extremely helpful and went out of their way to assist you in any thing you required. Our room was cleaned daily and sheets and towels replaced. We had a balcony, mini bar and tv It was in an excellent position right on the coast and in easy walking distance from the town centre and the bus station

Jugs56 - Crewe, Cheshire


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Isn’t it strange how first impressions can colour your entire stay? We arrived at 8.30 on a Friday night in the rather classically restrained lobby of the Anabelle hotel. As we walked through the door we saw a lady driving past (at some speed) on a mobility scooter. Then two old dears on zimmer frames walking (slowly) to the lifts. Every seat in the lobby was full and every seat held an old person, and I mean old. I turned to Mrs B (who is considerably younger than me) and said “We are the youngest people in here” and I am 61. And so it stayed for the first week though by week 2 a much younger crowd appeared – which made us miss all the quiet old dears, who dressed for dinner, were unfailingly polite and stopped to talk to everyone. It wasn’t rowdy but it was louder and we missed being the youngest person in the room! If you are 22 and expecting rave parties, loud music, pool antics and the like – you will not enjoy this hotel. If you are over 50 and looking for a relaxing stay with good food, service and a great view this is for you. No pool aerobics (Yeah!) or piped music in the gardens. The do have piped music in the lobby but when I heard Ella Fitzgerald, followed by Nat Cole and then Frank Sinatra I knew we had the right choice of hotel. For the first night we stayed in a room on the second floor to the left of the hotel (from the lobby) and this had some problems , the most obvious being at 6.00 in the morning staff are starting to put out breakfast things and we could hear them. A quick discussion and we were moved with the minimum of fuss and effort to a room to the right which was perfect. Except for the fact that all rooms above ground floor have shutters but no curtains, which means that you wake with the dawn. Again no problems another request to reception and a black out curtain was fitted and by day three all was well with the world. The rooms themselves were classic high end hotel rooms. Nice bathrooms, though the bath was a bit wee, plenty of storage space and a huge bed which was extremely comfortable. UK plugs, super-efficient AC and a good quality hair dryer. No docking stations or the like but a very acceptable TV which showed BBC1 – though a few more English channels would have been welcome, or failing that a DVD player. Wifi was fast and efficient though I doubt you could stream a film without some buffering. The odd thing was the balcony – not huge but difficult to sit out on because a) the privacy from either side wasn’t good and b) the hotel requests no smoking in the room you can smoke on the balcony and people did to the side and below us which spoilt the entire balcony for us. Also we had one evening at dinner when we were placed at a table close to the ground rooms and our meal was not enhanced by pipe smoking on the balcony. Again no problem – a quick word with George and we moved to another table. The staff was as described in other reports; unfailingly courteous, good at their jobs and willing to go the extra mile to make sure you had a good holiday. It was also very pleasing to see managers out and about, mixing with customers and solving quickly any problems that might have occurred. Food was outstanding for the first week but then repeated itself for week two; having a 14 day repeat rather than seven would be nicer but I suppose economics come into play. Breakfasts were great and as they serve back bacon it was full English every day for 14 days. The quality of the buffet food was amazing though I was surprised at the lack of fish dishes – which others have commented on. Again I would agree with comments about the price of wine, water and beer. These were London prices and I think the quality/price point was out a bit. I would also agree with comments about the special nights – we just did the Greek night and while the entertainment was great the food was a bit disappointing. In fact the food outside of the buffet restaurant didn’t match the quality of buffet food – which was surprising, but shows how good the buffet was. The two things that did disappoint us and which the hotel can do nothing about were the lack of a private beach and the layout of the hotel "downstairs". We didn't realise how much we would miss swimming in the sea from a private beach until it wasn't there. The very small public beach was often crowded and you really couldn't stay there all day. I recognise this is a problem with all the hotels on that strip but for us it would prevent us returning to the hotel again. Yes we could have stayed on the lounges on the grass but that felt really strange to us; sitting in swimming gear while the world walks past - we really didn't like that. This was really apparent on the Greek nights where strangers were walking past as we were enjoying the entertainment; it was a really strange experience. I realise that this is a public walkway and the hotel can do nothing about that but once again it would put us off returning. Again something we didn’t like and commented on by other people on this forum was the lack of obvious security. While Cyprus is a relatively crime free country we were concerned about how easy it would be to walk in off the road or waterfront and steal things. Once you were in the hotel you didn’t need a key card to access the lifts and the room doors use a traditional key – which may be less secure than a key card. Also our room door had a habit of not closing properly without a distinct shove and on more than one occasion we found the door semi-open when we thought it had closed. Our balcony window was secured by a screw in the wall that the door lock closed around. While it seemed to work it was strange to see such a Heath Robinson concoction in a five star hotel. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would recommend this hotel to our older friends with very little hesitation. We wouldn’t return in the summer because of the lack of a beach but I can see how a holiday later in the year, for a week to ten days, would be a very enjoyable experience.

brighouse55 - London


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