We booked a week's all-inclusive holiday here and stayed first week of December. As it was just before the Christmas rush it was therefore vey quiet and peaceful.
The hotel is spotlessly clean and I believe fairly recently renovated.
The food was excellent. Breakfast and and lunch were buffet style meals with a wide slection to suit all tastes. However a small note of caution - as we were out of season, the smaller cafes/beach bars were closed so there is potential to be a little restricted at dinner. To remedy this, the staff were only too happy to subistitue for the bar menu if nothing on the set menu appeals. . Also two night out of 7 there were Italian/ Greek Buffets so a wider selection was available. The locals wines, forming part of the "all-inclusive" offer were very good also.
The staff were all helpful, friendly and professional, from housemaids to porters to managers. Very attentive in the bar and restaurant without overeagerly whipping away your empty glass the minute you put it down ( as some places do)
At time of booking as part of a package , we had asked (but were not guaranteed) a sea view and double bed) when we checked in it was actually a twin with no sea view, but the manager on reception changed it without any fuss and gave us a larger room.
The hotel location is excellent as it backs onto the beach. The hotel caters for weddings with a decorated jetty over the water at the back of the hotel .. Next to this jetty , a path runs along the beach where you can stroll into a larger part of Limassol with bars, shops and restaurants, banks etc. On this path yo uwlak past ruins and are beside the sea for almost the entire way.
It is a little far to walk all the way to Limmasol centre , but this only takes about 10 minutes by cab.
In the opposite direction there is complex with shops, bars etc although this was closed for winter.
Finally the excursions organised by the hotel were very very good, the driver and guides we had were knowledgable and friendly.
Highly recommended for a relaxing break.