The magnificent development at the Aphrodite Hills is capped by designer Cabell B. Robinson's outstanding championship golf course. A painstaking five-year development programme was necessary to realise Robinson's vision, but the consensus is that it is worth the wait. Since being awarded PGA National status in early 2017, it was later named as the European Golf Resort of the Year 2018 and the Best Golf Resort in Europe by IAGTO.
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Spanning the contours of the landscape's two plateaus, Aphrodite Hills is carved through lakes, carob trees and delightful olive groves, all of which are part of its immediate position among the elite of European golf. With a view towards hosting prestigious international professional tournaments, Aphrodite Hills can be set up to test even the finest players, as evidenced when it hosted the prestigious PGA Europro Tour Championship in 2010. However, it is essentially a resort course, and as such the variety of tees ensures that this course also remains playable for the average visitor.
The course spans the magnificent cliff-tops to the south of Paphos, and affords incredible views of the coastline. Robinson has also used this landscape to create a number of awe-inspiring holes; the most notable are the short 7th, at the foot of a gaping ravine, and the nerve-jangling island green at the long closing hole.
This superb golf course does justice to both the 5* quality and the natural beauty that are the trademarks of the resort, and should ensure a truly memorable golf holiday at Aphrodite Hills.Aphrodite Hills boasts a top quality academy; sharpen your skills at the double-ended range, the dedicated short game zone, or the three-hole academy course.
|Designed by||Cabell B. Robinson|
|Opened for play||2002|
|White||6,889 yards||SSS 73|
|Yellow||6,269 yards||SSS 70|
|Blue||5,872 yards||SSS 68|
Whether on a short or long-term basis, the professionally rented self-catered accommodation at Aphrodite Hills is a fantastic option, both for travellers who want 5* facilities with added privacy, and for larger groups and families.
There are luxury villas with 2 to 5 bedrooms, and spacious townhouses and apartments, all of which are complete with air-conditioning, fully-equipped kitchens, and the finest individual furnishings.
The added bonus added by the rentals at Aphrodite Hills is the outstanding value that it represents; for larger sharing groups, 5* luxury surroundings can be yours for a terrific price.
The focal point of the resort is the Village Square; with bars and restaurants, it is the perfect meeting place, and also has an ATM, chapel, mini market, medical centre, gift shops and a car rentals office. The Golf Lounge is a stunning bar and restaurant, where golfers can get together to dissect the day's events.
The Clubhouse Restaurant serves a 5* menu, packed full of regional favourites and international classics. The Aphrodite Hills Kids club and baby crèche, playground and mini-golf will ensure that 6months to 12 year-olds will have a memorable and sociable holiday, with a great range of activities. In addition the resort offers a riding school, a tennis academy, nature walks and an exclusive beach club.
Guests staying in the residences are provided with a welcome food pack and basic kitchen cleaning amenities along with bathroom toiletries and pool towels. A service reception desk is open 7 days a week and guests are also entitled to a discounts and offers on food and beverage from the village square restaurants (excluding Costa Coffee and Haagen Dazs) as well as preferential rates at all resort facilities.
Spacious and tidy apartment although the beds were rock hard! The resort is well laid out with choices for evening meal. Prices for food and drink were reasonable and the build-your-own Burger at the Anoi Pub is worth making a bee-line for.
We had a junior villa with pool on the golf course. Accomodation was clean and well maintained. Low season so most restaurants closed.
Accommodation was lovely (although pillows too hard for me), but eating out on 'semi-all inclusive' was a real hassle, with sometimes only one place to go - Anoi bar. No other restaurants in the 'village' were open, and the Golf Club restaurant was open only 3 nights. The Anoi bar was a very pleasant place, and the staff were really great, but the menu we were offered there was very limited, so to find we had no other options some evenings was disappointing. We had been told we could eat at the hotel buffet every evening, but this was not the case. After a bit of an argument, we manged to eat there a couple of times and it was fine.Overall the system was cumbersome, and we were told different information at each place we asked!
we were to far away from the club house and village 15 minute walk each morning for breakfast. food was average and little entertainment. breakfast in club house was not hot enough and tea was cold
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