Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Limassol, Sylva Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Sylva Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Limassol.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage while staying at Sylva Hotel. In addition, Sylva Hotel offers a pool, which will help make your Limassol trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Close to some of Limassol's most popular landmarks, such as Saint George Church (0.5 km) and Church of St. Andrew (2.2 km), Sylva Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
If you like pubs, Sylva Hotel is conveniently located near Draught, The Ship Inn, and The Woodman Sports Pub and Restaurant.
Should time allow, Limassol Municipal Gardens and Limassol Archaeological Museum are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Sylva Hotel is sure to make your visit to Limassol one worth remembering.
Sylva Hotel website is F R A U D U L E N T !!! The place is absolutely FILTHY...we stayed only 2 nights...no hot water for 24 hours (no fuel in the boiler system)...room was cold...humidity v high with condensation streaming down our window (no double glazing)...traffic noise...A/C not working...no black-out curtain..no telephone in bedroom...bedside lamp dim....only 2 TV channels, one Greek, one Polish....bathroom dirty and dark with only a 10W bulb...extra bed cover was a grubby blue duvet (cover-less); breakfast was in a dark dining room...2 ancient toasters...mouldy bread for toast...only old cornflakes...communal milk jug/home-made jam...expired Nescafe granules...under-cooked omelette,2 wafer-thin slices of tomato, one triangle of ham,one triangle of processed cheese thrust on to our table...v weak WI-FI only near grubby and cluttered reception counter...swimming pool area looks like a junk yard...parking lot a tip with no security...lift jerky with floor not flush with landing...really the worst hotel we have experienced in decades of travelling...I have reported the above to the CYprus tourist board.…
I stayed at Sylva Hotel for 2 nights. Yes, It is a very Russian oriented hotel and it will take you back to the 80's. In my opinion, the good word to define this hotel is "Tacky". Bad decoration, bad service, bad location. I asked for a hairdryer and you have to leave 5€ fee for using it that is returned when you are done using it, the funny part was when after used the hairdryer and I planned to leave the hotel for having a walk in the city, the receptionist asked me for it. Why? because they only have 1 hairdryer for the whole hotel (6 floors hotel). Ridiculous! Oh! And they do not have WiFi in the rooms... come on! Is 2018.
Authentic Russian style hotel. It was problably renovated and cleaned for the last time in the times of Stalin. We found it as dirty as in the photos i provide. After telling recepcionist about it, toeels were changed for others as dirty as the first. Red-brown stains seems to be dry blood...white stains?...let's not think about it. Almost one hour walking to the center and no wifi in the rooms, only in the lounge. I recommend to stay away from this place.
We had a wedding to attend to, at the nearby luxurious Crown Plaza hotel, but not being able to afford to stay there the night, we chose this budget hotel a five minute walk away instead. It's more of a hostel really although you do get to have your own one bedroom appartment with sitting area, bedroom with balcony and bathroom on the plus side. The lobby is old fashioned and a bit shabby but offers free Wifi .The hotel is mainly run by Russian staff from what my husband and I gathered. We paid 55 euros on Bed and Breakfast basis. There is a swimming pool, a bar area and a restaurant as well as a small outdoor sitting area. Our room was 501 on the fifth floor. It was quiet and spacy with TV and kettle for tea making if you wished although none was used. The a/c unit wouldn't work, the balcony doors wouldn't close tight, and the double bed was really small for my tall husband ,with the top sheet being so small we couldn't cover ourselves at night. As for the dim lighting, not convenient if you want to read a book or put make up on at the dressing table to get ready to go out for example. But good lighting in the bathroom. The hotel also has a free parking area. Breakfast is continental but while you're having your coffee and toast you are served a plate with cheese, ham omelette and salad which was a good surprise. I would definitely recommend the place for young people on a tight budget who are used to staying at hostels around the world. Compared to them this might have much more to offer. I only chose it for the reasons I stated.…
Appearance of the reception doesn't exactly fill you with confidence that you have come to a good place. Then while checking in we were told that we had the Chinese style room but the receptionist didn't think that would suit us, so I suggested I take a look and let them know. That wasn't possible as it was the only room left (so they said) Don't understand why she put us off the room when there was nothing they could do about it. the room was dirty, The mattress on some pallets was very uncomfortable and the Chinese blinds for the windows didn't fit