The Royiatiko Hotel is a brand new hotel and is one of the most centrally-located hotels in Nicosia. Guests are conveniently placed in the heart of the city with all its facilities and services within easy walking distance.
The Royatiko Hotel enjoys an enviable central location, with the principal shopping areas, cafés, restaurants and night clubs all within a 100metre radius. As well as being in the cultural heart of the city, with many major Nicosia museums, ancient churches, mediaeval buildings and art galleries, the commercial centre of the city is also within easy reach, with Banks, Embassies, Government Offices all being practically on the doorstep.
Enjoy superb quality accommodation and experience the friendly and efficient service in a relaxing and luxurious environment.
All the rooms are well appointed for the discerning guest providing all the comforts:
The Cyprus Museum, the National Theatre and the British Council are all close by from the Ryoiatiko hotel, while the municipal pool with its surrounding lawns offers recreation within walking distance.
Area Information/Places of Interest:
Nicosia, known locally as Lefkosia/Nicosia is the capital and largest city of Cyprus. Situated roughly in the centre of the island, it is the seat of government as well as the main business centre. Nicosia is the center and capital of an administrative district (Nicosia District), and after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it is currently the only divided capital city in the world.
The central Eleftheria Square links old Nicosia with the elegant modern city that has grown up outside the walls, where hotels, offices restaurants and gardens blend happily with the fine old houses and colonial buildings of this cosmopolitan city.
Nicosia offers to tourists a wide range of hotels of all classes. High class luxurious hotels as well as small traditional hotels are waiting to accommodate and provide you with superb service and a fantastic experience.
Places of Interest:
Eleftheria Square: The heart of the city is Eleftheria (Freedom) Square, with the city hall, the post office and the library. Adjacent Ledra Street leads to the liveliest part of the old city with narrow streets, boutiques, and cafés.
Kyprianos Square: The Palace of the Archbishop can be found at Arkhiepiskopos Kyprianos Square. Although it appears very old, it is in fact a wonderful imitation of typical Venetian style, built in 1956. Next to the palace is the late gothic St John Cathedral (1665) with picturesque frescos.
Pyli Ammochostou: Famagusta Gate - one of the original entrances to the old city, which won the Europa Nostra award for its restoration. Many old churches are to be found in this part of town, and other places of interest.
Laiki Yitonia: The restored pedestrian area within the walled city, east of Eleftheria Square, with charming winding alleys with traditional houses and shops, restaurants, galleries, all lovingly restored as typical examples of Cypriot urban architecture of a bygone, more graceful age.