Louis Paphos offers serenely beautiful surrounding, with unforgettable sunset views, located in a place where you can equally find relaxation and quiet rest, or, if you choose, see the sights and party hearty at nearby nightspots.

Louis Paphos Breeze is a 4-star resort facing west on the southwest coast of Cyprus, in the village of Chloraka, about 5km north of Paphos. It’s configured in a group of 19 detached, 1-storey buildings grouped around a central, kidney-shaped pool. It offers 104 Double Rooms (considered as suites) and 40 Superior Rooms (considered as studios). Room sizes are massive; either 38m2 (a little more than 400 sq. ft.) or 41m2 (about 440 sq. ft.).

Louis Paphos Breeze has two outdoor pools, an indoor heated pool, a separate children’s pool, and all kinds of activities for kids including indoor animation. It has two restaurants, three bars, a spa, a gym, and immediate access to trails for cycling and jogging.

Guests like the staff, the considerate management, the clean rooms and the general state of the grounds. They also liked the free shuttle into Paphos.


There is a neat division of rooms according to category, and view. There are two categories, and three view choices in each of those two categories. Pretty simple. The view choices in each of the two categories are Inland View, Pool View, and Sea View.

Inland View Looks over the land and buildings surrounding the resort. The view includes neighboring resorts and hotels, and, further out, the features of the Cypriot countryside terminating in the low mountains about 5 miles to the east.

Pool View gives guests a nice panorama of the pleasantly cultivated grounds and pools, and the goings on of the other guests. There’s a lot more to see, in other words, than the countryside.

Sea View is generally the most desirable view of all. If one takes a vacation by the sea, it’s only natural that a view of the sea from the room will be a rewarding reminder of where one is at. This view is especially nice for sunsets. Instead of having to go down to the beach, guests can take their favorite drink out to the balcony, kick back, and enjoy the setting sun in all its glory.

Room décor is pleasantly off-white and white, with some tan and blue thrown in for a little contrast. Beds have padded headboards, with bed choices for rooms either double, or twin beds. Rooms also include one or more sofa beds for extra guests unless otherwise specified.

Rooms are very comfortable and spacious, with plenty of amenities, including mini bar and sink, orthopedic mattresses, free Wi-Fi, AC, large verandas and balconies, tea and coffee maker, LED satellite TV with international channels, hair dryer, and free safety deposit box. Bathrooms have an in tub rain-style shower, and a partition glass rather than a shower curtain.

Double Rooms

Double Rooms

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Double rooms, as mentioned, come in three sub- categories; Inland View (12 rooms), Pool View (24 rooms), and Sea View (4 rooms). See above for room descriptions.The floor plan flows from the bathroom, which is to the side of the entrance, to the kitchen area, to the sleeping area, to the living room area, an on out to the balcony.

38 m² luxury and spacious rooms for couples, ideal for relaxing and comfortable holidays, offering an inland view, a pool view, or a sea view.

Superior Rooms

Superior Rooms

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Superior rooms are larger (41m2 as opposed to 38m2 for the Double Rooms) with an open railing divider between the dining and living area. The floor plan, like that of the Double Room, is rectangular, but this time the entrance is from the side of the rectangle instead of the end. The floor plan goes from the bedroom to the bathroom to the kitchen to the living room, and then onto the balcony. The room views are, once again, Inland View (40 rooms), Pool View (51 rooms), and Sea View (13 rooms). See above for room descriptions.

Food and Drink

Louis Paphos Breeze has two restaurants, Rigani, and Meze by Elliniko.

Rigani Main Restaurant
Rigani Main Restaurant

Rigani (Oregano) is the resort’s main restaurant, offers an all-day international-style buffet. A different theme is emphasized each night. Themes include Cypriot, Mexican, Asian, Italian, Gourmet, and others. Guests can watch the chefs work their magic at show cooking stations. There are a number of health food options, as well as a special buffet for kids. Guests can dine inside, or al fresco at the poolside patio.

Meze by Elliniko Restaurant
Meze by Elliniko

Meze by Elliniko takes as its inspiration the international food markets of Greece’s second city, Thessaloniki. Greek food is brought to the table. Just inside the restaurant is food market-style layout, with all kinds of fresh Greek products; chesses, salads, hot meals, sauces and dips, with basic, classic Greek cuisine ingredients such as extra virgin olive oil.


Guests will find 3 bars at Louis Paphos Breeze; the main bar, Alouisa, the pool bar, Thyman, and a second pool bar, Vasilikos. The main bar, Alouisa, stays open the latest, while the two pool bars close several hours earlier.

Spa and Wellness

Planet Spa serves the needs of guests on-site at the Louis Paphos Breeze. Massage therapies and wellness packages tailored to your needs are on offer, as well as a variety of beauty treatments. There is also a gym with different weight and cardio training options. The Spa includes a freshwater heated pool, a double treatment room for couples to receive their treatments in the same place, two single treatment rooms, a steam bath, a sauna, and changing rooms segregated by gender.

Wellness and Spa
Planet Spa at Louis Paphos Breeze

Massage treatments include the Classic Aroma Massage, which uses aromatic oils to rejuvenate the skin and tone the muscles, and the Herbal Stamp Oriental Massage which makes use of traditional Egyptian healing herbs. Anti-stress, hot stones, childrens’, and sliming massages are also available. A variety of facial treatments are on offer as well.

After their massages, guests can relax in the heated indoor pool. A number of beauty products for skin rejuvenation and anti-ageing are also available for sale.


Louis Paphos has a main outdoor pool of 466m2, equipped, as are all of the pools, with free sunbeds and umbrellas, a second outdoor pool of 165m2, a 19m2 kids’ pool, and a 127m2 indoor heated pool.

There are daily morning and afternoon activities available, as well as a mini disco and evening entertainment. There is also an ongoing kids club.

In the Area

Paphos is a UNESCO World Heritage site, one of about 900 such sites in the world. The criteria for such sites are those having “cultural, historical, scientific or other form of significance.” Some of those having such significance in Paphos include Old Paphos, now called Kouklia, on a hill east of the modern city, the traditional birthplace of Aphrodite, goddess of love. Remains of the ancient city and its sanctuary can be viewed. The Paphos Archeological Park includes the ruins of four large Roman-era villas with well-preserved mosaic floors.

The Paphos pedestrian boulevard on the seafront is famous for its beauty and makes for a pleasant walk in the cool of a summer evening. Paphos Segway Tours take you to all the famous sites in the city and environs, which has been likened to an open-air museum.

The Paphos Castle is a must see, as well as St. Paul’s Pillar, where Church tradition holds that the Apostle Paul was flogged 39 times by the Roman Proconsul of Cyprus, Sergius Paulus, after which he himself converted to Christianity after Elymas the sorcerer was struck blind after trying to discourage Sergius Paulus from the faith.

Paphos is full of restaurants and night spots for those desiring a little nightlife. There are all kinds of tours, both on land and sea , available for sightseers wishing to have a broader view of the environs of this historical city.

The Paphos Aphrodite Water Park provides hours of fun in the sun on its slides, tunnels and pools. An introductory course in Scuba Diving can also he had in the Discover Scuba Diving tour, during which octopuses and sea turtles can be encountered in the crystal clear waters of the Aegean.

Kotsinokambos 22, Paphos 8220

(+357) 269 502-00

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