Whether you fancy a mini city break in hip and happening Limassol, want to take it easy for a few days by the golden shores of Larnaca or have the desire to explore the historic old town of the island’s capital, there are some great places to put your feet up for the night in style. Let My Cyprus Insider show you the way!
1. Eins Gallery Rooms, Limassol
A few years back, the Eins Gallery opened up in Limassol old town to promote contemporary art in Cyprus. And for those who love to mix their passion for art with some time off, can get some rest for the night in the Eins Gallery Rooms; all colourful and contemporary, with its ergonomic layout and a super industrial look providing guests with a unique experience and an unforgettable architectural and urban walk.
Ideally located in the beautiful old town, you can enjoy leisurely walks down to the each, the old port, Saripolou Square and Limassol Castle, all within 500 metres from the property. It is also a one-minute walk from the commercial shopping street ‘Anexartisias’ & many quaint restaurants, coffee shops, bars, markets, and kiosks are within walking distance.
2. Roseum Boutique Hotel, Larnaca
First it was Limassol and now it’s Larnaca – a city under transformation! New boutique hotels have opened up left, right and centre in the scenic seaside town over the past few years. And one of the latest establishments to open its doors in the town – the Roseum Boutique Hotel – oozes class and sophistication, with clean lines and all-white interiors enhanced by neutral tones and a touch of bronze.
Located in the heart of town, the establishment is close to major attractions like Finikoudes promenade and Lazarus Church, with access to the winding streets of the lovely old town. If you don’t want venture into town, kick back and relax at the specialty coffee and distillery bar within the premises named The Third Room.
3. Maralia Hotel, Nicosia
Start your day in style at the Maralia Hotel in Nicosia, a new establishment located just outside the Venetian walls. Super modern and featuring trendy rooms, the hotel hotel’s terrace boasts magnificent views of the old city and is the perfect spot to enjoy a drink after a day spent exploring the city.
In close proximity to both the historic old town and the more modern part of the city and recently revamped Stasikratous Street, there’s plenty to enjoy near the hotel, from museums and major galleries to shops and restaurants (once Covid-19 restrictions lift.)