Valana Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

30 Ampelakion, Limassol, 4046, Cyprus
Valana Hotel
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75%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
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0
Very Good
33%
7
Average
42%
9
Poor
19%
4
Terrible
4%
1

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 33% less and rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples42
  • Solo100
  • Business0

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Limassol Apartment Hotel Valana

by marycallie

Has anyone stayed in the Valana Apartments in Limassol, Cyprus?
I am intersted in some feedback. Thank you,
Mary

RE: Limassol Apartment Hotel Valana

by Ali&Steve

Haven't been there myself, but the following website has comprehensive independent reports by holiday makers which may be of help:
www.holidays-uncovered.co.uk
Ali

RE: RE: Limassol Apartment Hotel Valana

by marycallie

Thank you for your reply. Callie

RE: Limassol Apartment Hotel Valana

by moe1

I stayed in the valana last june with my mates and we had a ball, they are clean, central to everything and the staff are great. I then went back again in august for two weeks. This year I got a brilliant deal and I am going to stay for 1 month, entertainment is good and the food is lovely. anyone who stayed there last year that i spoke to said they would go back again to cyprus and stay in the valana.

valana apartments

by moe1

has anyone stayed in the valana apartments in 2006, i have heard the hotel was closing and i am going to cyprus this august and would like to go back and stay in the valana.

Baby Products

by samiehall

Iam going to the Valana Apartments in Limassol on the 18 July with a ten month old
baby.What formula milk and jars of food can be bought near my apartments.I would
also like to know what nappies are available over there.Im afraid of getting over there and there will be nothing available that my baby uses.
I normally use Cow and Gate formula and Heinz baby food in jars
I would be very grateful if you could send me as much information as possible.
Thanks a million
Samie

Re: Baby Products

by leics

You should have no problem in obtaining baby food/nappies etc but they may not be the exact brand that you use at home.

At his age this will not be an issue: he is quite old enough to experiment with a variety of foods, including most of those which are not pre-processed and packaged. You will certainly find tins/jars available (and they may well include Heinz & Cow & Gate, but perhaps under another trade name): they will be fine.

If you are really concerned about having the exact same formula milk, it might be sensible to take a tin or two with you (although formula milk will be available too).

Travel Tips for Limassol

The Lampadistis-monastery, not...

by Sanneke

The Lampadistis-monastery, not far from the wellknown Kykko-monastery in the village of Kalopanayotis. Special church, constructed in two different centuries and you have to call for the pope or priest from the village, so he can come and open the door with his key!!!

The ancient city-kingdom...

by TheaIren

The ancient city-kingdom Kourion ( Curium )
One day we went to excursion to that place.
It is one of the most spectacular archaeological site of the island. There is also renovated Greco-Roman Theatre, built in the 2 century BC. The Roman villas floors are covered with magnificent mosaics.
In theatre one girl performed us a little dance...The acustic of that kind of theatre is magnificent ! If You are standing on the upper step of the theatre You can hear clearly what somebody says in the middle of arena- try it ! We did ! ;)
To comment the mosaics, I say just : What a job !

Limassol

by Fen

"Brief History on Cyprus"

You too can sample many types of local wine in the hundreds of bars and restaurants in Limassol, the island’s second largest city and capital of its wine industry. The Potamos Yermasoyias area, also known as "Sunset Strip" is very cosmopolitan and is lined with international restaurants, bars, English-style pubs and trendy clubs. In contrast, the Old Town offers a more traditional atmosphere with local tavernas, cafenions (coffee shops) and ouzeries.

The shopping is diverse too. There are elegant boutiques with designer-label clothing, pavement stalls selling gold and silver jewellery made by local artisans, ceramic and leatherware shops. Even Woolies and M&S have stores here. The beaches stretch some 17km along the coastline, with every imaginable watersport on offer, including scuba diving. Governor’s and Ladies Mile beach are popular with the locals who come for a beach barbecue at the weekend.

Limassol is a great base for exploring the island. The majestic Troodos mountains form a back drop to the city and can be reached in about one hour. The pleasant summer climate offers a welcome relief from the heat of the coast and the densely forested slopes, rustic villages, sweeping valleys and nature trails are perfect for walking. A short drive from Limassol is Kolossi Castle, the Temple of Apollo and then fabulous Kourion amphitheatre, dating back 2000 years..

In and around Limassol

by MrBill

"Curium Palace Hotel"

The oldest hotel in Limassol. Rennovated in 2002. Wonderful old style hotel for those of you like me that love these old hotels which are so distinctive and not touristy.

"Coast near Agia Napa"

Lots of wind and waves this Spring along the South-East Coast

"A lil' fixer upper"

A lil' fixer upper on the 2nd floor, but no need to cook, there is a restaurant on the ground storey, and a Coke machine in the corner, in case you're thirsty in the morning.

Hard to believe Cyprus is one of the richest countries to join the newly expanded EU, eh?

"Flowers along the Road"

Taken between Larnaca and Limassol. May is a nice time of year to see Cyprus before it gets too hot and the countryside burns off.

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Address: 30 Ampelakion, Limassol, 4046, Cyprus