The beautiful climate, stunning scenery, rich cultural heritage, exotic cuisine and vibrant nightlife of Cyprus work together to ensure that this unique Mediterranean island remains a great destination for travelers. Cyprus has something for everyone regardless of age or budget, and this is also true of Cyprus’ accommodation options. Whether visitors to Cyprus are looking for a relaxing place to de-stress, or a more culturally enriching experience, Cyprus can accommodate in style.
Cyprus hotels and resorts range from luxury five-star hotspots to budget boltholes. At the top end of the scale hotels in Cyprus offer unparalleled opulence while the budget end include economical and practical accommodation, both types offer the chance to experience the outstanding natural beauty of this island. For a more romantic holiday, or maybe even a honeymoon, some hotels in Cyprus have adult-only policies to cater to couples, while others directly market themselves as family-friendly escapes.
In fact, there are several family-friendly hotels and holiday resorts dotted across Cyprus. Built in the style of traditional Cypriot settlements, these villages offer quaint catered or self-catered accommodation and a variety of facilities and services. With restaurants, bars, sports and spa facilities, and even nightly entertainment, such villages offer a lively and convenient way to holiday in Cyprus in a safe family environment.
For a more independent and traditionally Cypriot experience, staying in a holiday apartment is ideal. Usually set in the heart of local towns, this accommodation offers travellers the chance to immerse themselves in Cypriot culture within a comfortable environment and live like a local. Heading to the local markets, cooking up your own Cypriot cuisine, and maybe even having new friends over.
In many ways, choosing from the right holiday accommodation options defines your entire experience. For more information on the kind of holiday experiences Cyprus can offer, check out Mydestination.com/Cyprus.
This article was written by travel enthusiast and Cyprus fan Sophie Willis-Lee.