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Hotels in Limassol

This bustling resort and port, which overlooks numerous sandy beaches, is an amalgamation of the two ancient settlements of Kourion and Amathus, and welcomes large numbers of holidaymakers from Western Europe during July and August.

Places of interest in the city:

Limassol Castle

Built during the Ottoman era around the late 16th century, Limassol Castle replaced a much older Byzantine church, although this site was originally a Christian place of worship approximately 1, 500 years ago. The structure, at the centre of the city's old town district, was a prison until the 20th century, and is now the home of the Medieval Museum of Cyprus.

The Cyprus Wine Museum

At the Cyprus Wine Museum, you can learn about Cyprus' ancient wine industry, which has existed for more than five millennia and is strongly associated with the island's ancient pottery industry. Here, you can sample some of the country's finest wines on site, and find out how wine-makers would often preserve and consume their wines in ceramic objects to protect the beverages from the elements.

The Fasouri Watermania

The largest water park in the country, the Fasouri Watermania has an impressive lazy river and features Europe's biggest wave pool. That's not all: the park also has adrenaline-infusing water-slides, plenty of other exciting rides, and numerous sunbeds for those who would simply prefer to sit back and relax in the Cypriot sun for the afternoon.

The Limassol Municipal Zoo

Another very popular family friendly attraction, the Limassol Municipal Zoo protects around 300 animals and birds ranging from zebras and camels to panthers and vultures. The zoo also contains an Educational Centre and a Natural History Museum that should appeal to people of all ages.

Where to dine in Limassol – recommendations

Enjoy some divine Greek, Mediterranean and seafood dishes at the Koursaros restaurant, or head to Cleopatra Lebanese Restaurant for more delicious cuisine. La Maison Fleurie, meanwhile, specialises in truly delectable French recipes, the Restaurants at the Four Seasons Hotel offers wonderful Mediterranean, Greek, Chinese and Italian food, while the Meze Taverna Restaurant provides other tantalising Greek-inspired dishes.

Limassol accommodation – a few suggestions

There are dozens of superb Limassol hotels to choose from, although some of the most luxurious include the exquisite Four Seasons Hotel, the deluxe Amathus Beach Hotel Limassol, the chic St Raphael Resort, and the opulent Elias Beach Hotel. Other more affordable venues are the beautifully presented Mediterranean Beach Hotel, the highly hospitable Londa Hotel, the sophisticated GrandResort, and romantic The Royal Apollonia.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Limassol

What are the best hotels to stay in Limassol?

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Limassol are St Raphael Resort & Marina, Crowne Plaza LIMASSOL and Kapetanios Odysseia Hotel.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Limassol?

The lowest price for a double room in Limassol is £31.

What hotels are in the central Limassol neighborhood?

If you want to stay near the center of Limassol, you can consider staying at Alasia Hotel, Le Village Hotel and Curium Palace Hotel.

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