Almyra is proudly eclectic and highly individual.
Chilled chic, contemporary and deliberately quirky in places. Rather unusually, it appeals to both families and romantic adults, with some areas for grown-ups only and others where those over 12 years have to be accompanied by someone younger!
Almyra is located in the heart of Paphos (we prefer the Cypriot spelling of Pafos), on the seafront close to the old town and harbour promenade. There is a small cove rocky beach in front of the hotel with swimming from a pontoon jetty. Antasia Beach Club, Thanos Hotels Group’s latest addition, is located on a blue-flag sandy beach, around 5 minutes walk from the hotel. Almyra is 20 minutes drive from Paphos Airport, and 90 minutes from Larnaca.
In 2020, the hotel underwent a multimillion Euro renovation and enhancement, including all accommodation and public areas.
Almyra has a total of 187 rooms and suites. Room sizes start from 28 sqm.
You have a choice of:
inland View Garden Rooms, Garden Terrace Rooms on the ground floor, Superior Seaview and Veranda Seaview.
Then you have Premium Seaview Aethon (adult only) and Kyma (it means wave in Greek). Suites are open-plan with roof terrace access very popular with couples, and a selection of Junior Suites and One and Two-bedroom Suites.
- Numerous pools, including one that is family-focused and two for adults only
- Several restaurants with differing locations and cuisine styles
- Adult-only (16 plus) Almyraspa spa
- State of the art Dog park – might not be too much interest to UK clients but could be fun to see for a few minutes
- Kids club (Open April to October) from 4 months to 12 years with different clubs depending on age
- Non-motorised water sports April to November subject to weather conditions
- The additional restaurants of the neighbouring Annabelle are available to you plus the numerous dining options found on the harbour front promenade and old city
- There are several golf courses in the Paphos area
- The Antasia beach club is under the same management and charge-back options apply. It is located about 5 minutes walk away, on one of the better beaches in the area. Extra price applies, around Euro 25 daily for two loungers, shade, towels and wifi.
The huge renovation investment over the last few years will be pleasantly noticed by repeat guests, whilst new arrivals will be pleased with the contemporary fresh style.
It is very well priced given the quality, facilities and location. Almyra promotes itself as luxury, which is the official Cyprus grading. However, we prefer to say very good superior first-class, leaving you pleasantly surprised.
Those with sensitive ears staying in the garden-facing rooms might hear some nightlife noise from the close-by bars if they sit outside or sleep with doors open.
The most popular time to visit Cyprus tends to be April to October. It is one of the furthest East of the Mediterranean islands, so tends to get warmer earlier and hold the heat later than the islands to the west. July to Mid-September are the peak demand months with both temperatures and rates at their highest. November to March tends to be good for those who wish to escape the extremes of a Northern European winter, so maybe more spa, cuisine, and golf-focused. Generally, blue skies and jumper weather rather than sunbathing.
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Cyprus is a pleasant island that -despite increased tourism- still has many quieter villages and resorts, perfectly emphasised by the three hotels we have selected. All are part of the Thanos family, known throughout the region for their innovation and traditional hospitality. All three offer very different resort experiences. Flight time from UK is approx 4 hours.
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