So Nice Boutique Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSo Nice Boutique Suites Ayia Napa
Positive: Hotel lighting, the design, the grounds, and food are all very good. It is located steps away from a nice little beach, and close enough to Ayia Napa for shopping or parties (7eur by taxi or 1eur by bus). Buildings are all small, boutique style which gives a sense of privacy when you need it. Hotel staff is very friendly and take good care of you, which makes it difficult to budget your tips! Breakfast is the best, most complete, and most diverse that I have ever had in any hotel! Deserts are amazing at all meals.
Negative: We were there in the winter, and the food tends to get cold if you don't show up at the beginning of meal time. This should be changed, as it sometimes ruins the chef's hard work! the room was nice enough, not luxerious but did include the hotel's unique elements of lighting and design. We had 2 single beds pushed together (even though we had our wedding there) so I assume they dont have any large beds. Most hotels in Cyprus have wild cats. this hotel had around 20 cats and kittens. We didnt mind because the were (mostly) clean and cute.
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... they are being fattened up elsewhere ready for the end of Ramadan in about 10 days time....who knows. After tending to the garden I then had a cold shower and just sat on the patio enjoying the peace and quiet with only the birds flying between the trees and the odd cat strolling by. This is one of the best parts of the day, enjoyed with glass of a favourite tipple and seeing the sun slowly set in the west. After catching up the BBC news via the tv and supper eaten it ...
... relatively expensive.
Larnaca, and for that matter Cyprus, seems to be just a holiday place for couples from England wanting to get a bit of the sun. They get that, and very red bodies. It seems most just go from their hotel and lie on the beach each day and bake their fair skin. Also a fair smattering of Russians but no Asians (yet).
Quite a few historical sites in Larnaca, for that matter Cyprus, as it seems everyone has ...
... camp, where we lived during our second stint in Cyprus in the early 90s......yes we were very lucky. The married quarters and camp have long since been demolished but we picked our way around the roads and found the spot where our little house used to be. Again plenty of happy memories came flooding back. It was now time to head back home and we crossed back overto the north via the Beyamudu (Pergamos) crossing and wiggled our ...
Meeting a VirtualTourist Member.
I arranged meeting a friend of mine whom I met through the forums of VirtualTourist. She happens to be from Larnaca but has been raised and lives in London.
I had a business meeting to attend that afternoon and when that was over I joined Angela for a glass of beer. ...
... would never have even crossed my mind and I would certainly never have entertained the thought of heading to a continent where I didn't even speak the language, clutching a copy of the Lonely Planet, wondering how in hell I was going to navigate my way from the airport to a backpackers.
Cyprus played its part too, it made me realise that I'm not as invincible as I was beginning to think I was, that not everything is going to go my way. It brought me down a peg or two which means I ...