I would recommend this hotel. Loved the style and vibe. The staff were all excellent. Got a free upgrade to ocean room. Compliments to the chef. It's unusual to get half board and have excellent food choice. I was particularly surprised at the effort which was made. The only negative comment I would mention is the beach for the hotel. There really isn't much but you can walk 500 yards and find the public beach although you pay for umbrellas and sun loungers (under 10 euros) you are surrounded with atmosphere and if you are polite and smile nicely you might even get the umbrella free! I myself prefer the beach to the pool and there were two choices of pools. I would go back and stay at the Almyra and I'm sure they are always seeking to improve future developments.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stylish and relaxing, fashionable yet unpretentious, Almyra is a chic cutting-edge luxury 5 star family seafront hotel that makes contemporary luxury accessible to all. Almyra sits in eight acres of landscaped gardens on the Mediterranean shoreline of Paphos, Cyprus. Meaning 'taste of the sea', Almyra's highlights include the Almyraspa - a sun-lit utopia of organic and marine-based therapies complemented by inspiring ocean vistas - and the waterfront Kyma ('Wave') Suites, showcasing harbour views from candle-lit rooftop terraces. Almyra is a comfortable combination of modern design elements, sleek facilities and family-friendly features: because having children doesn't mean that you have to sacrifice good taste... ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Almyra Hotel Cyprus
- Almyra Hotel Paphos
- Almyra Paphos