With a choice of 4 multi-functional soundproof conference rooms fully equipped for all events, one could be looking at their next conference venue. Rooms can host up to 520 people at one time.
Zeta Cocktail Bar
Opening hours: 17:00 - 00:00
This is one is exclusively for adults with a comfy indoor and refreshing outdoor seating area. The atmosphere is very chilled here and one can enjoy live music a couple of nights per week. Serving a full menu of alcoholic and both hot and cold soft drinks. During the winter months, they open this bar up for children too (subject to change). Charges apply for drinks after midnight.
Karavi Pool Bar
Opening hours: 10:00 - 18:00
Holidays by the pool can surely work up a thirst, just footsteps from the sun lounger, the bar team will keep thirst at bay throughout the day. Serving all ones regular favourites, including hot & cold beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic as well as ice-creams.
Agora Main Restaurant
Opening hours: Breakfast 07:00 - 10:00 / Lunch 12:30 - 14:30 / Dinner 18:30 - 21:00
There are plenty of the Chef’s delights to enjoy here with a buffet bursting at the seams for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Each evening will see a different theme with something local never too far out of sight. For the kids, there is a dedicated children’s buffet and if one likes the idea of seeing what they're eating, then the show cooking stations will be right up the street.
Opening hours: 18:30 - 21:00
When the sun is shining, there is nothing like a bbq with meats on the grill and the fresh Cypriot air. Guests can enjoy the warm evening temperatures in a relaxed atmosphere. During the summer, they offer this a couple of nights per week and guests can enjoy this once during the guest's stay as part of the all-inclusive package.
Opening hours: 10:30 - 17:00
Fancy a coffee or something cold? Serving hot & cold drinks as well as cakes, sandwiches and pastries. This is a perfect alternative for a light lunch or to enjoy some downtime out of the midday sun.
The A la Carte Restaurant
If one fancies treating themselves or is looking to celebrate an occasion, then it’s worth looking into the A la carte. If they need an excuse to wear that stand out dress or pop on a shirt then here it is, an evening of waiter service. A reservation must be made in advance using the booking kiosk in the reception area and guests can enjoy this once during their stay as part of their all-inclusive. Gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers for all evening meals (subject to change).
This bar will keep the grown-ups hydrated by the adults’ pool area. The truth is, the guest is never too far away from the next drink. Serving all the regular favourites including hot & cold beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.
The Italian Kitchen A la Carte Restaurant
Opening hours: 18h30 - 21h00
There's a true feeling of Italy here with plenty of pasta dishes or maybe a regular pizza to take one's fancy, either way, the Chef knows how to cook up some tasty Italian dishes. Available four days per week, additional charges may apply for this restaurant and a reservation is required in advance. Gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers for all evening meals (subject to change).
In the centre of Yermasoyia, 5 km from Limassol Town centre and 300 m from the beach.
Area Information/Places of Interest
The south coastal town of Limassol is Cyprus' largest seaside resort, running along 16 kilometres of the shore is set against the stunning backdrop of the Troodos mountains. Limassol (Lemesos), the second-largest city in Cyprus, offers a multitude of year-round activities. It is located just 40 minutes from the international airport at Larnaca, 45 minutes from Paphos (Pafos) International Airport and 50 minutes from the capital, Nicosia (Lefkosia). Its convenient location makes it an ideal base for travellers wishing to discover the island. The town is also the island's leading port and a regular stopping point for both commercial and cruise ships. Limassol is an intriguing blend of old and new located close to two of the island's most important historical sites. To the east, the Ancient Kingdom of Amathus and to the west is the ancient Kingdom of Kourion with its Amphitheatre. Limassol also has the reputation of being the liveliest town on the island, due to the fun-loving character of its inhabitants.