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Best Limassol City Hotels to Stay

Are you ready to explore Limassol, the vibrant city nestled on the southern coast of Cyprus that captivates both leisure and business travelers? Well, you're in luck! We've put together a guide to the top-rated hotels in the city centre, which are perfect for exploring the city's rich cultural heritage, indulging in its culinary delights, and accessing its business hubs with ease. The featured hotels have ratings above 8/10 from guests who stayed there via Booking.com.You can rest assured that these hotels not only promise unparalleled comfort and luxury but also cater to the diverse needs of tourists and business travelers alike. Here is a rewritten version of the text with corrected spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors: The following list is for hotels that are suitable for year-round stays in a central location. These hotels are not located in touristy areas or near the beach, making them ideal for both business and leisure travelers. You can expect exceptional hospitality and a vibrant city atmosphere during your stay, ensuring an unforgettable experience. Stay at the best Limassol hotels Old Port Hotel, Limassol Rating: 9.1 Old Port Hotel is a great place to stay in the old and historic town of Limassol. We offer free WiFi and air conditioning to our guests. Our hotel is located directly opposite the Old Port and Castle of Limassol, and the city's marina is only 100 metres away. You will enjoy the vibrant and lively atmosphere of the surrounding area, with many bars and restaurants to choose from. The accommodation is equipped with a TV for your entertainment. Additionally, we have a lovely terrace where you can relax and unwind. Old Port Hotel is conveniently located near the Technological University of Cyprus, just 1.1 km away. If you're interested in exploring further, Akrotiri is only 10 km away. The nearest airport is Paphos International Airport, which is 51 km from the property. The location is particularly popular with couples, who have rated it 9.7 for a two-person trip. SHOW PRICES NYX Hotel, Limassol [...]

2024-02-17T16:41:47+03:00February 17th, 2024|

Top 10 Cyprus Winter Cozy Places to Stay

This winter, relax at a hotel or Agrotourism getaway in a village in Cyprus. When it’s snowing outside or it's very cold, the warmth of fireplaces and staying inside whilst in the mountains, provides an enjoyable experience. From Lofou, Vouni, Arsos, Kalopanayiotis to Lefkara, KAlavasos to Vavla, there is a number nice and cozy places to stay and enjoy with your partner, family or friends. Find out the Top 10 Cyprus Winter Cozy Places to stay this winter, based on Booking.com ratings above 9/10. Stay at the best hotels, enjoy the village traditional cypriot style, and enjoy the Cypriot hospitality. Casale Panayiotis - Kalopanayiotis Nestled in the Marathasa Valley, on the slopes of Troodos Mountains, Casale Panayiotis is a complex of traditional houses that combine modern luxuries with traditional style. It features a spa center and elegant rooms overlooking the courtyard or the mountains. You can read my full review based on my stay at Casale Panayiotis: A luxury resort located in the mountains and I totally guarantee you that this is the top from Cyprus Winter Cozy Places recommendations. SHOW PRICES Oinou Strata - Vouni [Adults Only] Located in Vouni, 8.1 miles from Platres, Oinou Strata - Adults Only provides a bar and free WiFi. Each unit comes with a sofa, a seating area, a flat-screen TV, a well-fitted kitchenette with a dining area, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. A fridge and stovetop are also featured, as well as a kettle and a coffee machine. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. SHOW PRICES Oinoessa Traditional Boutique Guest Houses - Lofou Located in the centre of Lofou Village, Oinoessa Traditional Boutique Guest Houses offers stone-built studios and apartments with wooden furnishing and classical decoration. It features a garden and sun terrace, and free Wi-Fi in all areas. Opening to a balcony or patio, all rooms at Oinoessa come with beamed ceilings and wrought-iron beds. They have a flat-screen TV and air-conditioning. They also include a kitchen with a stove [...]

2024-02-17T09:09:21+03:00January 25th, 2023|

Best Winter Travel Destinations

You might see winter travel destinations and what will come to you mind is snow right?  But this post its not only about cold freezing places. This is a collaboration post with other travel bloggers who are recommending a city for winter either because crowds are smaller compared to other seasons and this is the best way to explore the city. Off season also means that its cheaper because the city is not that popular compared to higher seasons. Some others cities in this post have been recommended just because they are very popular for Christmas time and some other places are just great to travel too just because its summer! Stockholm, Sweden Stockholm for winter? Yeh, its pretty cold but why not? A recommendation from me after visiting this city in winter. The city is covered with snow and looks beautiful. There are less tourists which makes it easier to see the famous attractions without having to wait in long queues. I encourage you to take a look at my post: Stockholm Highlights & Facts and see how many things you can do in Stockholm during winter time. When I visited it was February and it was cold however we enjoyed everything about it. Paris, France Katie from Creative Travel Guide is recommending us Paris the beautiful and romantic city of France as a winter destination. Paris is the perfect place to visit in the Winter. The crowds are a lot smaller than the Summer and the city is full of lights and Christmas decorations. The early evening sees the Eiffel Tower light up, illuminating the sky perfectly. This is my top city to travel to in Winter, it still holds all the beauty and romance you can expect from Paris but has that extra magic only colder weather can bring. You can find more about Paris at Katie's travel blog.  Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Kristine from Pretty, Wild World is recommending us Sarajevo the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina as a winter destination. Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia [...]

2023-07-06T10:11:35+03:00December 5th, 2016|

One day Oslo self-guided tour

Oslo, the capital of Norway, sits on the country’s southern coast at the head of the Oslofjord. It’s known for its green spaces and museums. Many of these are on the Bygdøy Peninsula, including the waterside Norwegian Maritime Museum and the Viking Ship Museum, with Viking ships from the 9th century. The Holmenkollbakken is a ski-jumping hill with panoramic views of the fjord. Luckily enough, Ryanair was the reason to travel to Oslo due to its cheap flights from Paphos to Oslo (Rygge). I travelled there with 2 friends of mine in February 2014 in order to visit Oslo, then Bergen and finally visit Stockholm. We choose to visit Norway in winter in order to experience something very different from what we have up to now. The Hotel in Oslo We landed in Oslo and stayed there for 2 nights at the Anker Hotel, probably one of the best hotels I've been to. Clean and quite. We got a room on the 8th floor with an amazing view. Breakfast was excellent with a variety of things to choose from. The hotel is located almost in the city center and you just need to walk 10 mins to reach central station. The Wi-Fi is free and stable. A full day in Oslo We spent a full day at Oslo and visited most of the must see attractios while it was raining. Although it was rainy it didn’t stop us to tour around Oslo. We started from the National Opera & Ballet house and walked down to the Royal Palace and then the Akershus Castle and Fortress. We then passed by the National Theater and finally got the bus and visited the Bygdoy Peninsula, on the western side of Oslo. Here you'll find several museums such as the Norwegian Museum of cultural history and the Viking Ship Museum. We visited the Viking Ship Museum which is one of the main attractions. Here you will see displays on sledges and intact Viking ships.  After the Viking museum we got the bus and went to the National Theater were we walked down to [...]

2018-02-23T09:14:27+03:00February 25th, 2014|
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