Set within a secluded portion of Protaras, a mere 45 metres from a stunning coastline lapped by inviting azure waters of the Mediterranean Sea, the Harry's Hotel is perfectly situated for those seeking a tranquil retreat, which affords superb ocean views.
The hotel strives to create a homely and familiar atmosphere with a warm yet simplistic design found throughout. Each room within Harry's Hotel is fully air-conditioned with a heating option, television, Wi-Fi (at a fee), in room safe, mini fridge and a private en-suite bathroom. Furthermore, all guest accommodations have a balcony to enjoy vistas of the pool area, gardens or beach.
Having only 38 rooms, the hotel provides an intimate and personal ambience, but despite its size, hosts a fantastic selection of facilities to take advantage of. The seasonal swimming pool is an ideal spot to cool off and the surrounding loungers offer a perfect area to unwind, as does the terrace. The garden space is well maintained for those seeking tranquillity however, billiards and tennis courts are available if you're looking to breakup the relaxation with activities. The hotel features an on-site restaurant serving a delicious selection of dishes alongside the snack bar, alternatively the bar serves a tempting range of cool beverages to sip by the pool.
A short taxi journey or scenic bicycle ride - hired from the hotel - will allow you to explore the idyllic coastline, particularly the beautiful shores of Konnos Bay and the intriguing botanical splendour of Cape Greko National Forest Park; information of Protaras highlights are on hand thanks to the Harry's Hotel's welcoming staff at the 24 hour reception desk.
A fairly modern resort, visitors on a Protaras holiday have found a charming beach resort combined with a range of facilities designed to fill anyones needs during their holiday.
|Bed and BreakfastYour accommodation and breakfast will be included in your chosen Bed and Breakfast package.|
|Half BoardYour Half Board package will include accommodation, breakfast and an evening meal. Any snacks or drinks wanted outside of these meal times will be at an extra cost.|
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