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we had it goes interruptions to the begginings of August.
as him i had seen from the photographs the hotel it appearred good.When however we went to the hotel and remained one day there we occupied that they is not hotel of category A of...More
I really dont know where to start from...my english is not very good so i do apologise for any mistakes.. but this 3 star hotel is by far the best family resort in pafos.. actually the quality of this hotel comparising to what you pay...More
Was booked in to the Phafian park & got moved to the Eleni a few days before we were due to fly. As i have stayed in the Phafian park before, the Eleni Village is NOT up to the standard or cleanliness of the Phafian...More
We stayed at Eleni for 5 days in one bedroom apt. The accomodation was o.k., the rooms were spacious and clean. Overall I was going to rate it above average but on our last day everything was spoiled from the very rude behaviour of the...More
I have just returned from 2 weeks at the Eleni with my husband and 2 children (aged 11 and 16). There are good and bad points, so here's a summary of both which will hopefully give you a balanced view of what it's like.
USD 52 - USD 175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Alas the only way to access the WiFi is in the reception area, You will notice that it get's very busy around there with people staring at phones and tablets. I even ended up taking my laptop and sitting in the alcove by the... More
Alas the only way to access the WiFi is in the reception area, You will notice that it get's very busy around there with people staring at phones and tablets. I even ended up taking my laptop and sitting in the alcove by the Wireless Access Point.
There should be a sign, on the reception desk, with the wireless network name and password.