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Great hospitality. Spa is really relaxing. People are great. Nice breakfast. Great for business trips or short vacation for couples. You can walk in the city center and marina is not so far away. The price is a little bit high.
Spa - questionable choice of music as “night time jungle sounds” doesn’t make it very relaxing. Overall very good and enjoyed it
Gym- quite small and limited in terms of equipment.
Breakfast - coffee machine needs to be thrown away, person making coffees needs some...More
i stayed only for shot business trip. My first impression... First receptionist was not very friendly, not sure why. Next day i ask housekeeper if water was for free, she said yes, but when guy brought me bottle asked me to pay ..hmm.. he canceled...More
The Alasia is a beautiful hotel, with a calm and relaxing ambience. But what makes this place stand out from other hotels is the staff. Everyone we came into contact with was fantastic. Nothing was too much trouble, people were helpful but not intrusive, they...More
The best hotel you can find in Limassol. There’s no one thing which is not just perfect under every point of view. Very elegant, cozy, wonderful spa, a magnificent restaurant with excellent cuisine. All the staff is just adorable and polite, the rooms very nice...More
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The hotel is really in the heart of the city. It should be a 20' walk (through the city's oldest part) to Saripolou square which is filled with bars. There are bars/traditional style coffee shops/restaurants/music venues etc... More
The hotel is really in the heart of the city. It should be a 20' walk (through the city's oldest part) to Saripolou square which is filled with bars. There are bars/traditional style coffee shops/restaurants/music venues etc on that square's side streets too. Also, the old port area, the castle and the Limassol marina are a few minutes after Saripolou square, towards the sea.