Atrium Zenon Hotel Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtrium Zenon Hotel Apartments Larnaca
I have stayed at the Atrium Zenon Hotel Apartments on a number of occasions in Studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments and it never disappoints. The first time, I stayed for 3 weeks and honestly felt like family as all the staff were extremely professional, friendly and helpful. The location is excellent and walking distance to the promenade and all the amazing sights, sounds and tastes that Larnaca has to offer.
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Arriving in Cyprus is always an emotional experience for me and I particularly feel a very strong connection to Larnaka, like a bee to the honeypot it just keeps drawing me back. My father was born here before moving to Ammochostos (Farmagusta) when he was a young boy and finally settling in Nicosia.
Arriving on Friday …
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... to the town center, parking at 12:09 p.m.
Our first stop was Handworks Handmade, a Lonely Planet-recommended shop that Mom wanted to peruse. She bought three pairs of earrings. From there, we stopped by the main church, Agios Lazaros, but it was closed until later this afternoon so we could not go inside. Mom did some more shopping while I walked along the northern seafront promenade, location of Larnaca’s (not attractive) beaches. ...
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I visited it out of curiosity as my friends kept urging me to visit before I fly back to Greece.
The interior is trendy and vivid and there are flat TV sets, ideal to watch a sporting event.
The catalogue is long with a variety ...