Idyllic, beach-front five-star luxury in Cyprus
Paphos is a region on the west coast of the island of Cyprus and is extremely popular with Western holidaymakers. Some parts are like home-from-home but with gorgeous weather – there are Irish pubs, Sunday roast at the restaurants and plenty of bars and nightlife. So, if a buzzing nightlife is the scene that holidaymakers are looking for, Paphos is the place! Yet there is a very different side to Paphos too, with its traditional and sleepy villages and stunning countryside. Limassol in the south is an archetypal traditional Greek town and is full of ancient romance. Amathus Bay is also on the south coast and is a secluded and quiet beach with ruins nearby. There are also the amazing blue-flag beaches, which can be enjoyed by everyone, from families to couples. With the glorious weather holidaymakers have a great chance to sunbathe or to take a dip in the blue Mediterranean!
Anassa is a luxury hotel with a 5 star rating situated right on the Mediterranean where guests can enjoy Cypriot traditions, amazing views and tropical gardens. The hotel can be found in a secluded part of the Akamas Peninsula between Latchi and Polis.
Anassa is a luxury resort that has developed a strong reputation as a spa hotel thanks to the quality of the facilities and treatments, but it is also a great choice for a luxury family holiday with plenty of family-friendly facilities. Guests can spend time sailing along the nearby shore in a privately chartered boat. The hotel is just 2.2 kilometres from Latchi and there are several world-class golf courses within easy reach. The water sports centre on the beach is a great favourite with many guests
Hotel Anassa has 166 rooms and suites, offering accommodation to suit all tastes.
The resort has a kids’ club and beach activities for all the family, relaxing gardens, boutiques for picking up a designer label or two, indoor and outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. The hotel is also located close to many of the island’s top beaches.
The Thalassa Spa has a comprehensive Thalassotherapy programme, which is great for those who want to detox or simply relax. Staff can also carry out a lifestyle consultation for those who want advice on improving their health and wellbeing. The Roman-style architecture reminds guests of the history of the island.
Hotel Anassa has no less than five restaurants that serve dishes created from seasonal and local produce, and offer silver service for luxury dining.
Most rooms have a private balcony with views of the sea; some rooms have plunge pools or whirlpools, and all have top quality furnishings ensuring a stay that you will never forget.