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The staff make this hotel feel more like a B&B than a hotel.
From day one, I stayed for 2wks and then again for 3, the staff were very friendly and welcoming. They were always on hand to answer questions and help out.
This much hotel I really can't say enough good things about it. The staff are outstanding! The food outstanding, the service outstanding. I came down with a heavy cold and the staff without asking took care of getting medicine even making me a pot of...More
Hi, I spent 4 days there and I think I made a very good decision when making room booking in this Hotel. Why? See the pics! The style and quality of the interior, the staff, the ambience, lights, air-conditionning, cuisine, pool, the spa... Hospitality everywhere....More
What we'll remember about the Alasia long after all else fades out is the warmth and hospitality shown to us at the breakfast buffet. Sandeep, Mona and Priya came to meet us as they were glad to see fellow Indians and quite natural too. But...More
Great hospitality. Spa is really relaxing. People are great. Nice breakfast. Great for business trips or short vacation for couples. You can walk in the city center and marina is not so far away. The price is a little bit high.
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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.