I stayed there for 2 1/2 weeks recently. The hotel is very nice but it was disappointing that they offered only CNN and Sky news for English speaking guests. The hotel rooms are nice and roomy and mine had a balcony. The breakfast buffet was very good with a wide variety of options and made to order eggs. They even had peanut butter which made my day. The food at the lobby bar was good if you didn't want a full lunch or dinner. The hotel does not have a lot of nearby eating out options but there is actually good food at the cafeteria type place at the Hypermart that is about a block and a half away. The Hypermart itself offers anything you want to stock in your room. The staff are friendly and the rooms are clean.
Unique Quality: Very poor English language cable TV. For US$200/night I would expect a movie or entertainment channel.
Directions: In a nice residential neighborhood near the Diplomatic district.
This is the smallest and newest hotel of the two Hiltons in Nicosia. It is different than the main one as it has an emphasis on nature which can be seen around the outdoor pool. It has all the comfort you can expect from this brand name. This is perfect for business as it also has function rooms separate from the main building trough a corridor with its own entrance. We had a training here and the service was pretty good. Ou lunches took place in the main restaurant and I would recommend it. The hotel offers an indoor pool, health and spa in addition. I have often used the outdoor pool last summer, a heaven of peace. I have also had a training in this hotel, the facilities and service are quite good. We had lunch and breaks here. I would highly recommend the food in the main restaurant. It has two different bars to offer, one in the lobby. Room prices as usual vary depending the season, price for end of November in 2005 for a double for 3 nights is £118, check their website for rates.
Directions: Engomi, about 5 - 10 minutes drive to the centre of town depending on traffic.
Hi all, I will be in Larnaca for 4 days and in Nicosia for 3 days starting 23rd July and as usual I have a few questions.
- What hotel would you recommend with good service in Nicosia (we are 2 adults and 2 children under 4 Years)
- What would you recommend we do with the children in Nicosia ?
- What family restaurants are good and what do you recommend ?
- What clothing stores or shops are available in Nicosia or what are the main shopping districts ?
Thanks guys, appreciate your help on this.
There are three large hotels in Nicosia : The Hilton, The Hilton Park and the Holiday Inn. The Hilton is probably the best of the three (IMHO) and fairly centrally located. the Hilton Park is located further from the town centre, which might be good if you have young children. The Holiday Inn is located near the old town. The Tavernas are quite good, you will find them throught the city centre. If you're into fast food, there is a McDonald's right next from the Hilton Park.
Nicosia probably isn't the best place to shop for clothes, but you could try the shops in the Ledra Street (downtown) or Marks & Spencer in Strovolos-Dasoupolis (a suburb).
have a nice trip,
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