Atlantica Gardens Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Lovely drive with Geoff and Amanda to Lefkosia (Nikosia) where we crossed the Turkish border. We did some shopping and had a drink of fresh lemonade at one of the cafes in the Suk.
We then drove to the Mall for some lunch before heading to Lefkara, a small village in the mountains famous for their lace and silver.
We got home after six, got changed and went to dinner in the town of Lemesol at TGIF.
It's so much fun being with Geoff, Amanda and ...
... the left and all the traffic signs are English style. A lot of signs in English but also quite a few in Russian, which says a lot.
The old town is small and has more character and we walked a little through it and then to the brand new marina, which has been designed to have style but, like so many such new creations, succeeds mainly in being twee. Time for a beer before I had to get off to ...
STAFF / SERVICE: Levels of service is beyond excellent. True team spirit, trained and engrained from the top down. Across the hotel and within each department I noticed something in the air more like a family feeling than a corporate culture. For the majority of them it has become a second home and their aim is to make each and every guest feel comfortable. Staff and management work on the least detail for the comfort, taste and preference ...
... the views from every part of the resort are fantastic.
Luxury is everywhere –from the tranquil pools surrounded by comfortable loungers, to the numerous areas set aside for simply relaxing.
PHOTOS IN RANDOM (click on the first to have them ...
... the seafront to the Pafos Archaeological Site, where admission cost 4.50 euros ($6.08) per person. Pafos Archaeological Site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
"Nea Pafos was the ancient city of Pafos, founded in the late [negative] 4th century," according to Lonely Planet. “At the time of Nea Pafos, Cyprus was part of the kingdom of the Ptolemies, the Greco-Macedonian rulers of Egypt whose capital was Alexandria. The city became an ...