Cyprus all-inclusive hotels for a fully catered island escape

At these Cyprus all-inclusive hotels, settling in on a sun lounger for a fully catered trip is the main mission of your holiday.

We’ve chosen bases to suit every budget, from inexpensive accommodation offering a smorgasbord of international buffet dishes to upscale options featuring luxurious Cypriot-themed à la carte dining.

Having food and drink on tap – think fruity cocktails and pistachio-coated baklava – means less time finding a restaurant and more time exploring. Whether you have your sights set on the clear aqua-toned waters of Nissi Beach, the ambient ancient necropolis Tombs of the Kings or a lush vineyard-covered valley, Cyprus will awaken your sense of adventure as well as your appetite.

A Cypriot hotel with five outdoor pools for refreshing dips

Prepare to sun yourself down at the Blue Flag beach or next to one of the five themed lagoon pools flanked by eye-catching water features at Olympic Lagoon Resort Paphos. The kids will be pleased to know one of these is a Mayan temple replica featuring water slides, while the grown-ups can use the atmospherically lit spa and wellness centre as their own personal playground.

Entertainment, along with a couple of crèches, a kids’ club and a teens’ club, is on hand to keep younger guests busy too. When the children are ready for a nap, retreat as a family to your bright and airy room, split by sliding doors to give the grown-ups a little extra privacy.

If you’re not bringing the kids, you can embrace the peaceful atmosphere of this Cyprus all-inclusive’s adults-only section. Alternatively, why not spend your time flitting from restaurant to restaurant? There are six all-inclusive (very tempting) eateries here. Choose from options as diverse as the Captain’s Deck, a Cypriot tavern where mouthwatering mezze is served on checkered tablecloths, and hearty American burgers with milkshakes at the 50s-themed Rock ‘n’ Roll Diner.

Olympic Lagoon Resort Paphos

Top rated
Kato Paphos
9.4 Excellent (3251 reviews)

An adult-centred all-inclusive in Cyprus for a serene couples' trip

With a focus on adults, the Constantinou Bros Athena Royal Beach is just the spot for a holiday with your other half. Select this seafront all-inclusive in Paphos for its excellent facilities: there are three freshwater swimming pools and relaxing Jacuzzis indoors and outdoors. Sporty guests can organise a game on the tennis court, 24-rink bowls court or miniature golf area.

Lie back next to your partner on a comfortable sunbed at the private Kato Paphos beach all day, then follow up with a romantic candlelit dinner as dusk rolls around. You can make the most of the balmy island weather by eating outdoors with a view of the tropical greenery at Pygmalion Restaurant’s buffet, or sample fresh salads poolside at the Olive Tree.

Rooms have a fresh maritime feel, decorated in light woods and blue tones. Pick a Sea View Suite for a panorama of the ocean from your balcony: the ideal place to continue relaxing after a serene session in the heated pool, sauna and steam bath.

Constantinou Bros Athena Royal Beach

Top rated
Paphos
9.2 Excellent (615 reviews)

A beachfront paradise with an exotic garden to wander through

Mere minutes on foot from the iridescent waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Louis Imperial Beach is set in a spectacular location and might just be the best all-inclusive in Cyprus. Stroll through the vibrant greenery of the tropical garden to dip your toes in the sea, or immerse your whole body in the indoor and outdoor pools.

This award-winning hotel has designed its accommodation in neutral colours with a fresh feel. Fling open the door to your balcony in a Sea View Room and watch as the waves gently lap the sand on the beach below. You might spot other guests taking part in the sports on offer across the grounds, from volleyball and archery to water polo and badminton.

In the evening, the main buffet restaurant puts on themed dinners, so look forward to tongue-tantalising options like Cypriot, Mexican and Middle Eastern food. The carvery is a favourite for its medley of meats so tender they fall straight off the bone. Wash your pudding down with a freshly-mixed cocktail – drinks are included all day long at this hotel.

Louis Imperial Beach

Top rated
Paphos
8.8 Excellent (465 reviews)

A Cyprus all-inclusive hotel with a swim-up bar and sumptuous spa

With the Ultra All-Inclusive package at St Raphael Resort, just outside Limassol, you can leave your wallet in the safe all holiday long. Stays here include food and drink at six on-site restaurants, from delectable Asian noodle dishes at the Tower to street food at Splash. For healthy bites, head down to the snack shack on the Blue Flag-awarded Panagies Beach – think fresh vegan meals and refreshing cold-pressed juices.

It’s not just about wining and dining at this Cyprus all-inclusive five-star hotel. A water-sports centre on the beach has activities like windsurfing and canoeing free of charge. For dry-land entertainment, gather the family together for games of French bowls, archery and beach volleyball.

Taking it easy more appealing? Embrace the serenity of the sauna, steam bath and Jacuzzi while the children are entertained at the kids’ club. Or sip on lime-infused gin and tonics at the swim-up bar before retiring to your room, a spacious affair decorated in neutral shades pepped up by pops of colour. A room overlooking the St Raphael Marina is ideal for watching the goings-on below from a peaceful nook.

St Raphael Resort

Limassol
8.4 Very good (932 reviews)

An all-inclusive stay in the heart of Paphos

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are sorted at Mayfair Gardens, a minimalist hotel with an all-inclusive package in Paphos. Fill up on a full buffet of fresh continental options, or indulge in perfectly cooked egg dishes and sautéed potatoes for your morning meal. Dinners are often themed, so you can try options such as flavoursome barbecue grills and Cypriot classics depending on the evening.

Look forward to a different house-special cocktail each day, sipped on the neon stools in the modern bar area. For a quick pick-me-up, teas and coffees are available to order in the bar or you can simply brew one up in your room. Travelling as a twosome? Select a sleek en-suite space designed in contemporary monochrome tones with foliage-inspired prints on the walls that bring the outside in.

Relaxation’s also on the menu at Mayfair Gardens, with a freeform and rectangular pool surrounded by sunbeds and parasols. Culture vultures can pop to Paphos Archaeological Park to see the age-old Greek ruins, while chill-seekers may prefer the steam room and sauna in the spa.

Mayfair Gardens

Paphos
8.0 Very good (608 reviews)

A supersized holiday at this large all-inclusive resort

Covering 20,000 square metres, Hotel Leonardo Laura Beach & Splash Resort is a village-like complex with manicured gardens and a colourful waterpark. Complete with a cinema featuring retro-style seating, as well as immersive kids’ clubs, a state-of-the-art escape room and plenty of live shows, this place is ideal if it’s entertainment you’re after.

The cheerful decor matches the ambience at this resort, with rooms adorned in patterned wallpaper and brightly coloured bedspreads. For a special stay, opt for a swim-up suite and step straight from your balcony into the pool. Visit the five restaurants to admire the hotel’s contemporary interiors – a streamlined design scheme is livened up by light fittings in architectural shapes at the international buffet eateries Mare and Blue Horizon. With a focus on local products, dishes here are often made with ingredients from the organic farms and wineries surrounding this all-inclusive in Paphos.

Alongside wineries, another nearby attraction is the Paphos promenade: potter across the seafront, breathing in the fresh, salty air. Afterwards, seek bliss at the Ocyan Spa & Fitness Centre with its soothing hot tub, wellness-inducing sauna and prestigious Thalion treatments.

Hotel Leonardo Laura Beach & Splash Resort

Paphos
8.1 Very good (465 reviews)

An all-inclusive in Paphos with a whole lot of lively entertainment

You’ll be fed and watered all day long at the Kissos Hotel. This accommodation lays out extensive buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with chilled drinks at mealtimes and from late morning through to late evening. Order an ice-cold beer to sup next to one of the four pools while the kids indulge in a complimentary ice cream.

This hotel certainly doesn’t skimp on facilities. It has a sauna and steam bath for a heated treat, along with absorbing activities such as giant chess, a ping-pong table and mini golf. Evening entertainment’s organised six times a week: think fascinating folklore performances, traditional dancing and live music or cabaret acts. Dine under the glittering stars at the open-air Terrace restaurant while listening to jaunty Greek and Cypriot tunes.

You’ll also be just a 300-metre stroll from a coastal footpath leading to the bustling Port of Paphos and scenic Chlorakas Beach. When you’re not out exploring, your room’s set up for pure relaxation. All have balconies, and Superior spaces overlook the bright blue waters of the lagoon pool.

Kissos Hotel

Kato Paphos
7.8 Good (1377 reviews)

A break at an idyllic Ayia Napa all-inclusive hotel

Dive head-on into the vibrant culture of Ayia Napa from Anmaria Beach Hotel or use it as a haven to escape from the hustle and bustle. This resort has a pool nestled among palm tree-studded gardens as well as bliss-inducing facilities such as a cryo-sauna and a Jacuzzi.

An all-inclusive holiday here includes three meals a day at the themed buffet restaurant and snacks in between. So sip on as many local non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks as you like between mid-morning and midnight. To balance out these extravagances, head to the gym for a session on the aqua bikes – or forget about exercise for the whole holiday and spend your time reclining on the striped, padded sun loungers beside the indoor pool.

White-coloured Sea View rooms have a fresh feel at this Ayia Napa all inclusive, and the neutral palette ensures there’s no distraction from the crowning feature: the sun-soaked ocean panoramas beyond the French doors. If this sight inspires you to leave your air-conditioned comfort, the honey-coloured medieval architecture of the Ayia Napa Monastery is just a 10-minute walk away.

Anmaria Beach Hotel

Ayia Napa
7.6 Good (785 reviews)

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