Situated right on Limassol Bay, with a 200 m stretch of sandy beach, between the areas of Yermasoyia and Amathus, the hotel is surrounded by landscaped gardens. It offers easy access to a traditional restaurant and shops, and is only 5 minutes’ drive from the popular tourist entertainment area of Yermasoyia.
Renovated in 2005, this beach hotel comprises a total of 138 rooms on 7 floors. Amenities on offer include air conditioning, an entrance hall with 24-hour reception, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom, lift access, a hairdressing salon, Internet access and parking for those arriving by car. Dining and refreshment options include the Aegean Coffee Shop, Poseidon restaurant, Trident Bar, Odyssea Beach bar (summer only) and Neptune Ballroom, which has been newly renovated. There is a kids’ club and a children’s playground and conference facilities are also available.
All rooms have an en suite bathroom with WC, a double bed, a direct dial telephone, a minibar, a satellite TV, a radio, a safe, a hairdryer, a large balcony either overlooking the sea or the mountains, air conditioning and central heating.
There is an outdoor swimming pool with children’s pool (covered and heated during winter), as well as ping-pong tables. Guests can also make use of the poolside snack bar, sun loungers and parasols. There is also a pool table available for a small extra fee. The on-site health club includes a gym, a massage service, sauna and Jacuzzi (charges apply) and 2 tennis courts including equipment, as well as a minigolf course. Theme nights include an Italian night, an international night, a BBQ, a Cyprus Folklore night or an Oriental night (three times per week with live music). For a small additional fee guests can go banana boating, water skiing, jet skiing, motor boating, scuba diving, windsurfing, sailing, catamaran sailing, canoeing and pedal boating in the local area.
A bustling town and resort, Limassol is the island's most important tourist and wine producing area. Hotels, restaurants and nightspots abound along the beach area to the east of the port. Just to the north are the Troodos Mountains with picturesque villages and scenery.