Lone traveller during low season. Got as a bargain deal, last minute. Arrived dead of night but night porter very kindly took me to flat (in a far village) then, helped a hungry traveller out by giving me a lift to the on site supermarket (££ but a good range!) to get necessities. The welcome pack in the fridge had even kindly bought in gluten-free bread especially for me! The first few nights were disrupted by unusual occurrences, then the heating didn't work. After a 4am email to reservations, the called around at 10am and offered me an alternative flat (upgrade), then helped me move.
Honestly couldn't fault the staff there, they went above and beyond to make me welcome and feel safer.
BUT - being low season only 2 restaurants (pub and golf course) open. Accommodation is fantastic - spaciouos, well equipped, clean, comfortable. TV runs off internet so in the high winds we had it wasn't happy sometimes and stalled. Supermarket has almost everything you could need, but is pricey. The resort is split into 'villages' (clusters of buildings - flats/villas. Some of them are 15 minutes walk to the Village Square. Pools - not heated so don't expect to swim unless it's a lot warmer.
All in all, I can't wait to take my family and go back. Although its a 15 minute taxi (book via Aphrodite - far cheaper than picking one up at the airport!) ride from Paphos Airport, I can see that it would be a great base (if you have a car) to explore Cyprus from.