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St. George Hotel Spa & Beach Resort

Paphos - Cyprus

Chic 4 star hotel located in Paphos, Cyprus. Modern and vibrant rooms will provide the comfort you require. Directly on the beach of Chlorakas, the hotel encompasses all the facilities of a contemporary resort reinforced with traditional Cypriot hospitality.   

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Spa and Wellness
Rejuvenate your body mind and soul. Discover our professional treatments
provided in cooperation with the leading experts in marine cosmetics, THALION.
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Restaurants
Choose among two buffet restaurants based on local infused Mediterranean cuisine and one al fresco a la carte restaurant which combines Greek and Italian gastronomy.
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Bars
Be spoiled for choice with our wide range of bars including a music bar, lounge bar, entertainment bar, swim up pool bar and a beach bar.
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Hotel in Paphos - Cyprus
St. George Hotel
Inland View Rooms
Inland View Rooms
23 m²    2-3 persons    1 double bed & 1 extra bed
All rooms feature the modern amenities of a 4* Plus Hotel. Facing the Inland, Inland View Rooms can accommodate a maximum of two persons plus one extra bed or a baby cot. They are fitted with modern decor and style that truly meet your needs. They offer a colorful view of the resort’s gardens, as well as the hills of Chlorakas Village.
Tombs of the Kings
Tombs of the Kings
The site (Necropolis of Nea Pafos) is located 4km from our hotel.
The tombs cover an area of 1.2 m2 at the North part of the city. Their name comes from the magnificent burial monuments, some of which are of the Doric order.
The Kings' Tombs were the burial site of important politicians and magistrates who lived in the capital of Cyprus during the Ptolemaic period.
The cemetery was used during the Hellenistic and the Roman period (2nd century BC - 2nd century AD).
The cemetery was also used by the early Christians.
The excavations in the city started around 1915-1916 until 1951, while in 1977 started the systematic excavation of the necropolis which lasted until 1990. In the cemetery there are different types of tombs varying from simple pit tombs to the more complex shaft tombs, which consist of a corridor and one or two burial chambers. Finally, there are tombs with peristyle atriums. These are the most spectacular, and they consist of an underground rectangular atrium, carved in the bed rock. The corridors that surround the atrium are supported by doric pillars. The burial chambers and niches are carved on the sides of the corridors.
There is evidence that these tombs had frescos, like the ones in Macedonia, the origin place of the Ptolemies.
These architectural characteristics, are common and can be seen in any Hellenic residence of the era, while other characteristics point towards the famous Macedonian tombs found in Vergina
Side Sea View Rooms
Side Sea View Rooms
23 m²    2-3 persons    1 double bed & 1 extra bed
All rooms feature the modern amenities of a 4* Plus Hotel. Side Sea View Rooms can accommodate a maximum of two persons plus one extra bed or a baby cot. They are fitted with modern decor and style that truly meet your needs. They offer a colorful view of the resort’s with partial sea view, as well as the hills of Neo Chlorakas Village.
The story of the hotel & the St. George chapel
The story of the hotel & the St. George chapel
Directly on the beach of Chlorakas village, the St.George hotel is just five minutes drive from the picturesque harbour of Paphos and 20 minutes from the airport. The St. George’s Church and Boat, two historical landmarks of the area, constitute an integral part of the hotel’s design and its grounds.
The St. George Hotel was built in 1994 by the Church of Paphos and its main objective is to offer employment opportunities to the community of the Paphos district and to use hotel’s economic growth to benefit the charity work of our Holy Orthodox Church.

Sited on 7 acres (3 hectares) of land, one third of which are landscaped gardens, the hotel is bordered by rolling hills on the one side of the Mediterranean sea with its magnificent sunset on the other. Away from mainstream tourism, this location is perfect to those seeking rest and relaxation.

Within this 4-star hotel, our guests are provided with all the requirements for a stylish and carefree holiday. An impressive two level lobby, enclosed on one side by a glass curtain wall, offers panoramic view of the sea.

The sophisticated hotel interior comprises tastefully designed and fully equipped guestrooms, a choice of first class restaurants and bars as well as various forms of recreation and entertainment for adults and children.
Pool & Sea View Rooms
Pool & Sea View Rooms
23 m²    2-3 persons    1 double bed & 1 extra bed
Pool & Sea View Rooms can accommodate a maximum of two persons plus one extra bed or a baby cot. They are fitted with modern décor and style that truly meet your needs. They offer a colourful view of the resort’s secluded gardens, as well as the beautiful lagoon shaped pool with its waterfall cascades and endless broad Mediterranean Sea Horizon.
Paphos: Charm, Style & History
Paphos: Charm, Style & History
Within all tourit resorts in Cyprus, Paphos is a jewel, a superb combination of a beutiful scenery, historical sites, a picturesque port with fishingboats, an old castel, taverns and outstanding archaological sites that enchant the visitor.
The Greeks, Romers, Byzantines, Venetians and other rulers of Cyprus, all left their landmark on this part of the island. Paphos is romantically associated with the legend of Aphrodite, the greek gottess of love and beauty, of whom Homer said that she was born from the soft foam of the Paphian Sea. “And laught, lovely Aphrodite went to Paphos in Cyprus, a sacred and fragrant altar” Odyssey VIII 362,

Paphos is a colorful, small town, beatifully located on a rocky escarpament with view to teh sea and the historical harbour of Kato (Lower) Paphos. It was the capital city of the inland in the Romer times. Some of the famous Romer Governors of Cyprus who were resided in Paphos, were orator Cicero and Sergius Paulus. Sergius Paulus was the first Covernor in the whole empire, who was converted to Christianity by St. Paul in 45 AD.

Here there is an early christian basilica from the 4th Century AD, the St. Paul's Basilica that measures 56 by 40 meters. Some other impressive and unique attractions recently discovered in Paphos, are the magnificent mosaics from the Haus of Dionysos and Haus of Theseus, the byzantine Castle of 40 pillars, the theater, gymnasium and the Odeon.

The whole area of New Paphos is rich in Historic remains, from the castle and ancient wall defenses to the fascinating “Tombs of the Kings”. These tombs, of which there are about 100, are carved out of the solid rock underground, some containing Doric pillars, of such magnificence that they were given the name “Tombs of the Kings”.

Paphos boasts an interesting little museum containing objects that have been found from all over Paphos district, and the Episcopical Palace has a Byzantine museum with many interesting icons and liturgical vessels.

A Journey of about nine and half miles (15kms), along the coast to the east of Paphos will bring you to the histories site of Old Paphos (now known as Koiklia) one of the oldest kingdoms of Cyprus, where you may see the remains of temple of Aphrodite. This was one of the most renowned places of pilgrimage of the ancient Greek world, where thousands of people from all over Mediterranean came annually to pay homage to the Goddess. Another five and half miles (8,5 kms) will bring you to the legendary birthplace of Aphrodite, near a prominent group of rocks just off the coast known as “Petra tou Romiou”. Here you may see the rich white foam, which no doubt bore some connection with the ancient legend. The site is also sung by Euripides “Oh take me there, for there is grace and there is desire”.

Seven miles (11 kms) north of Paphos lies the famous monastery of St. Nophytos - with its frescoes and icons. Which are some of the most evocative monuments of Byzantine art. A stimulating drive north east of Paphos will take you to the heart of forest of Paphos, passing on the way through winding valleys with many charming vineyards. At the edge of the forest, 2000 feet (1250 metres) above sea level, are two of the finest old monasteries of Cyprus: Chrysoroyatissa and Agia Moni.

In the north-east of the Paphos region, the road takes you through more uniquely beautiful scenery - a valley lined with majestic cedar trees, popularly known as the Cedar valley, the like of which does not exist elsewhere in Mediterranean.

Near Polis, on the north-western corner of the island is the famous Spring of love, or the Baths of Aphrodite. It is also known as Fontana Amoroza ad has been sung by Ariosto in Orlando Furiozzo. According to the legend people who bathe in its magical waters regain their youthful strength.
Superior Rooms
Superior Rooms
23 m²    2-3 persons    1 double bed & 1 extra bed
Comfort & Care At the St.George Hotel the Superior Rooms feature facilities which represent to the maximum what would be expected from a 4-star plus hotel recently renovated.can accommodate a maximum of two persons plus one extra bed or a baby cot. Superior Rooms are designed to suit all tastes and occasions, emphasize luxury and comfort as well privacy and all essential amenities with a colorful view of the resort’s secluded gardens and beautiful endless broad Mediterranean Sea Horizon, fitted with modern décor and style that truly meet your needs. Special touches are the Chroma-Therapy Bath-light and additional iPod station and reading lamp.
A celebration of two millennia of Christian worship
A celebration of two millennia of Christian worship
The museum's exhibits include: Icons (sacred images venerated in Churches and homes of the eastern Christianity...
Cyprus was the first country in the world governed by a man who had embraced Christianity - the Roman proconsul of Cyprus, Sergius Paulus. In 45 AD Saint Barnabas and St Paul had started the Christian Church in Cyprus, whose capital then was Paphos, and it was they admitted Sergius Paulus into the Church.

The bishopric of Paphos was constituted in the first Century AD and the Diocese of Paphos has covered the same geographical area since 1260, when the assimilation of the sees Paphos and Arsinoi was made. In comprises 16 parishes and three working monasteries: Trooditissa, Chrysorroyiatissa and the Holly Cross of Mintha.

The earliest day of the Christian religion, and its history in Cyprus through the centuries are commemorated and celebrated in the fascinating Byzantine Museum in the heart of Pano Paphos. The museum is sited in the east wing of the Holly Bishopric of Paphos.

The museum’s exhibits include: Icons (sacred images venerated in Churches and homes of the eastern Christianity, depicting Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary, the Saints or the other Holly figures, painted in the Byzantine style (generally on the wooden panels); Wall Paintings, Wood Carvings, Metal Art Works, Sacerdotal Vestments and Embroiders; Manuscripts and old printed works.

The collection of Icons numbers more than 100 and the earliest, that of Saint Marina, dates from the period of turbulence during the Arab condominium, of the 7th or 8th century AD. The others in the collection are dated between 12th and the 19th centuries.

Wall paintings come from the ruined churches with some murals dating from around 1100 AD. The selection of wood carvings includes fragments of iconostases, such as Sanctuary doors, Crucifixions of Lyptera from the 14th to 18th centuries. Later work consists of various crosses for benediction and sanctification.

The remarkable collection of ecclesiastical metal art, covering the period from the 17th to 20th centuries, includes covers of old printed gospels dating to 1604, 1745 and 1838, different mitres of the 18th and 19th centuries, a reliquary of 1850, a chalice and paten of 1796, and 19th century censer.

The Byzantine Museum adjoining the Paphos Bishopric,
Andrea Ioannou, 5. Telephone: 26931392.
Open from 9:00 to 7:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday
(9:00 to 5:00 p.m. from October to May) and from
9:00 to 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
Admission €1.00. Parking is not to difficult nearby.
Luxury Suites
Luxury Suites
50 m²    2 persons    1 double bed & 1 sofa
Luxurious Suites can accommodate a maximum of two adult persons. They consist of a lounge, separate master bedroom, bathroom with Jacuzzi- chroma-therapy bathtub and separate guest toilet. They are upscale furnished and decorated with a double bed, sofa, two armchairs, chairs, table and 2 LCD TV a modern décor and luxurious style that truly meet your needs. Additional touches are the DVD Player, Espresso Machine,iPod station and designer lamps. They offer a colorful view of the resort’s secluded gardens, as well as the beautiful lagoon shaped pool with its waterfall cascades and endless broad Mediterranean Sea Horizon.
A haven for a Saint and today's tourist - Agios Neophytos Monastery
A haven for a Saint and today's tourist - Agios Neophytos Monastery
From the hotel, Ayios (Saint) Neophytos Monastery is not very far, and there are several ways to reach it - each one of them an interesting drive. You can take a little excursion through Pegia (Peyia) Kethikas, Stroumpi Tsada (all worth seeing), turning right for Tremithousa and thence back northwards to Agios Neophytos.
When you arrive, you will find a site commanding views over the Paphos seascape from its 612 m (1694 feet) height. You can imagine the beauty and isolation a thousand years ago, which attracted an extraordinary, self-taught, hermit called Neophytos to settle there from 1159 AD onwards.

Neophytos, born in Kato Dhrys, a small village near Kato Lefkara (not far from Larnaca) in 1134, had been marked down by his family for marriage, but unable to face this, run off and sought refuge in the monastery of Ayios Krysostomos near Buffavento. He was discovered and taken home, but convinced his parents that it would be better for him “to embrace a monastic life than bride”. This decision made, he set off the hills of Paphos. Upon arrival he dug himself a cave in which he lived and reflected. This may be seen to the left of the monastery of today, which was built in the 15th century. Perhaps he would have liked to have been left alone, in which case there would have been no Sainthood nor monastery. But like-minded soles found him, including a prelate name Basil, who persuaded him to become a monk.
It was not to many years before Neophytos attracted a number of followers, whish upset his desire to solitude, and he excavated another cave for himself higher up the hill.

We people of the 21st century may perhaps sympathise with him - at least those of us who have found a nice quite location for a retirement or holiday home, only to find, after a few years, many others have the same idea!

Anyway, there he spent his remaining years, emerging only on Sundays to preach to his followers. It is said that he actually made retractable ladder, to ensure his own peace and quite on other days. He wrote a number of scholarly books and theological tracts, one of which included a description of Richard the Lion Heart as “a wretch”. He was equally disparaging of the other protagonist in the struggle for Cyprus, Isaac Comnenus.

Ayios Neophytos is an independent monastery within the Diocese of Paphos. The large compound of a square perimeter cloister encloses a garden with an aviary. The gardens bear olive and fruit trees, said to have been first cultivated by the Saint himself, and there is truly wide variety of things to occupy the visitor’s interest.

Among the ancient excavations, there is the extraordinary cave named Enkleistra, in which Neophytos lived, with a coffin in which it is believed he slept and cupboard filled with skulls of his departed followers. In the caves there are frescoes, which may well have been the work of the Saint and his followers.

In the little chapel there is a simple wooden cross and frescoes restored in 1992, which illustrates the great events of Christ’s life. These are outstandingly beautiful. Styles are varied and show the influence of the of visitors/invaders through this island. Perhaps the most expiring are the two Icons: “The adoration of the Magi” and “Christ”, in which a blue-clad Christ is seen teaching his Apostles and Neophytos, who is flanked with Archangels Gabriel and Michael. As one walks around one is conscious of the immense personality and spirituality of the man who inspired those works and the dedication of the followers.

Amid the hustle and bustle of our frantic lives, a visit to Ayiois Neophytos not only makes us aware of our spirituality, but of the need to maintain a perspective, in which, for part of our lives at least, we seek a little solitude and time to relax and be in peace.
Family Suites
Family Suites
45 m²    4 persons    1 double bed & 2 single beds
All suites feature the modern amenities of a 4* Plus Hotel. Facing the pool and gardens can accommodate a maximum of four persons plus one extra baby cot. They are fitted with modern decor and style that truly meet your needs. They offer a colorful view of the resort’s gardens.

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