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I booked a room at this hotel via their own website on 8th March 18.
The booking was made and confirmation email received from the hotel.
After two days I noticed that the payment hadn’t been taken from my bank account. It clearly stated that...More
A great hotel in Limassol. Nice renovated rooms, great scenery around the pool. Loved the breakfast and the spa! It was a very good choice for a hens' party and I would definitely recomment it for a similar occasion.
Anytime When I came Cyprus, here is the place To stay. Ladies in front is always friendly and give natural feeling of welcoming. Facility is clean. Breakfast is acceptable, then charge is reasonable. Recommendable.
Cosy and delicate, modern and open to the light. Excellent inside and outside, very friendly stuff from the girls and the gentleman at the front desk till the cleaning lady. 5stars restaurant, not value for money but absolutely gourmet.
This was our second visit to the Alasia Hotel and everything was just as we remembered it from the very warm welcome at Reception to the caring staff in all areas of the hotel. Our room was very comfortable and we enjoyed the fine choices...More
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The hotel is really in the heart of the city. It should be a 20' walk (through the city's oldest part) to Saripolou square which is filled with bars. There are bars/traditional style coffee shops/restaurants/music venues etc... More
The hotel is really in the heart of the city. It should be a 20' walk (through the city's oldest part) to Saripolou square which is filled with bars. There are bars/traditional style coffee shops/restaurants/music venues etc on that square's side streets too. Also, the old port area, the castle and the Limassol marina are a few minutes after Saripolou square, towards the sea.