Estella Hotel Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEstella Hotel Apartments Limassol
We stayed in 4 hotels in Cyprus over a 10 day period, and this was average and the most expensive especially as breakfast was not provided.
Friendly reception staff at check in and helped with taxi booking, sightseeing tips etc. Room a decent size and clean, but had an ant issue! Location is pretty good for the tourist area, with s hort walk to the beach and close to number 30 bus stop to town. We enjoyed the karaoke at the Step Inn pub nearby, plus big sandwiches at Stevos near the Teepee bar. However it is a bit like just being back at home, and not ideal for a sightseeing holiday. Also Limassol as a whole seemed a bit run down, and the tourist strip lacked vibrancy. Best places to eat further east just past KFC where you can get a good 3 course meal for about 13 euros. Bus trip to Kourion was a bit of a pain using local transport and maybe not worth the efforrt if you´ve been to Efesus or the like.
Wifi is free in reception area as you´d expect, but does not make it to pool area.
The shower was actually a mini-bath with a very curved bottom which was rather tricky to use and the curtain didn´t provide full protection.
The service taxi reserved by hotel arrived a bit early, but waited for us and took the hassle out of going to Pafos.
Limassol was my least favourite place in Cyprus, but if you really want to go there, then this place will suffice and although expensive for Cyprus, it is reasonably priced for Limassol. Yet another reason to avoid this city!! (Pafos overwhelmingly gets the holiday vote...)
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