Malpas Hotel & Casino
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
Photos of Malpas Hotel & Casino
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Malpas Hotel & Casino Catalkoy
Travel Blogs from Catalkoy
Dear Kerem and Emre,
From Girne to Kaplica should take no more than an hour and it took me 8 hours, and I'll explain why....
Before I forget, I met Peter when I was visiting an old church/monastery with cave system all around it. Ahmet was the gate keeper and they were already drinking tea with Peter when I arrived. Peter came all the way from Belgium with his bike. ...
Dear Emre and Kerem,
I made a habit of stopping by old, very old, religious sites and this is one of them. A monk from Anatolia came to Northern Cyprus and built this monastery in the 12. century and dedicated it to Mary, Jesus' mom. It's fairly well-preserved with orchards around it. It really secluded up in the mountains. The monks, after completing their training here, would go all of the region to teach the word. ...
... security checks involved checking all the bags still on the plane in the overhead lockers belonged to passengers still on the plane, checking under seats and checking all the seat pockets.
I have never heard of Larnaca and discovered it is in Cyprus. Now there's a place I haven't been ...
Nicosia is the capital and largest city (250,000 people) on Cyprus. Wiki says that, after the collapse of the Berlin Wall, Nicosia became the last remaining divided capital in the world. I suspect the Israelis and Palestinians would disagree. Regardless, it has been inhabited since at least 2500 B.C. by someone, and now that includes the United Nations, which maintains a buffer zone between the ...
... this is taken to the letter. Flames and embers can be seen rising into the night as we stand in the rundown shell of an old carpenters shop. The near ruin belongs to the grandfather of one of the friends of my host, who used to be a furniture maker before retirements. Old tables, chairs and dressers lie around us, the courtyard little more than a shell with beaten old doors hanging off their frames, glass windows broken, and ...