There are more than 41,000 bedrooms in hotels (and similar accommodation) in Cyprus, according to recent research by Statista, and1,100 hotels at least in Limassol alone. Visitors clearly have a wide choice of Cyprus hotels,yet many are choosing to opt for 5 star accommodation.
Increasingly, 5 star has come to mean a “boutique” hotel service, where luxury accommodation includes facilities for total wellbeing and an authentic cultural experience.
Today’s experienced travellersearches for an environment offering opportunities for active personal enhancement of mind, body and soul.The best Cyprus hotels have extended their facilities to embrace rejuvenation and renewal as a vital part of a guests stay.
Cyprus holidays at Cyprus resorts
The increasing popularity of Cyprus resorts as the go-to Mediterranean destination has seen more visitors booking Cyprus holidays than ever before. Tourist numbers are increasing every year – more than 3.6 million people arrived in 2017, up from 3.1 million the year before.
Cyprus is singled out as possessing the “Cleanest Bathing Waters in Europe” with the island’s 57 ‘Blue Flag’ beaches awarded a consistent annual score of 100.Holidaymakers can enjoy safe and enjoyable water sports from swimming and scuba diving to sailing, windsurfing and jet skiing.
Halfway through 2018, more than 2.18 million visitors have already come to enjoy one of the many Cyprus resorts renowned for golden sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
Top hotels Cyprus
In the age of “boutique” style and personalised experiences, the top hotels Cyprus aim to offer their gueststotal “luxury” relaxation – and with a big wow factor! A “top-to-toe”experiencemeans superior quality dining with a “Mediterranean diet” healthy eating menu, 24 hour room service,conciergeand a valet service.The expectation is also for striking, innovativedécor and in-room technology as well as quality bed linen, robes and luxury toiletries.
Whether on annual holiday or a short break, hotel guests can also look forward to connecting with their inner selves and rebalancing with their immediate surroundings via a range of health and beauty amenities.
Spa hotel Limassol
Today’s ‘luxury’ Cyprus hotel is firmly focused upon providing their guests with a “total wellness” experience.The rise of the spa hotel is making its mark in the major Cyprus holiday resorts and a Spa hotel Limassol is now a popular choice. Facilities will often include not just a health and beauty spa, gym and sauna but also yoga / meditation sessionson the beach.
More than 3 in 5 of guests will still choose a hotel offering aspa and wellness package even if they never actually use the facilities during their stay.
Cyprus all inclusive
Agrowing number of the island’s luxury hotels are offeringa new generation of guest who seek out an all-inclusive boutique experience.
While a traditional all-inclusive also included several sightseeing options, the Cyprus all-inclusive offered by a modern boutique hotel is likely to include a ‘personalised’ guest experience complete with a wellness spa session.
Many 5 star Cyprus hotels will create their own special all-inclusive packages catering specifically for honeymoon couples, partners on a mini-break or a family group.