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This hotel is an absolute gem and now that the castle area has been renovated together with the new marina is perfectly located.The breakfast is without doubt the most comprehensive I have encountered anywhere in the world. The staff are unfailingly pleasant and attentive. The...More
Booked through jet2holidays for 7 nights in April 2018
This hotel really offers something very special...a place to completely relax with family whilst enjoying amazing customer service and the best food we have ever experienced at any hotel. It is a family run hotel, very...More
love this boutique hotel! i have stayed here over 5 times the past 3 years and i must say a big Bravo! it is spotless, friendly, tasty food, great service and very tidy and clean minimal rooms! the fireplace in the winter at the entrance...More
We had a few days in Limassol and Alasia Hotel was a great place to stay at. The customer service was good and we really enjoyed their Spa facilities. Probably this is our go-to place when staying in Limassol.
This hotel is very friendly and professionally run, its what you expect from a boutique hotel to be, food is great too and the spa may be the best in town.
You can even choose he kind of pillow you like!
Response from No_what_ifs | Reviewed this property |
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.