The Royal Apollonia Completes Extensive Renovation
Wednesday July 3rd, 2013 - 10:28AM PG
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NICOSIA, CYPRUS—Named after Apollon, the ancient God of light and the sun, The Royal Apollonia has opened its doors after a complete renovation.
Located in the heart of Limassol’s bustling tourist area and with its very own secluded sandy beach, The Royal Apollonia now features totally revamped, bright and welcoming public areas with chic fixtures, earthy colors and unobstructed views to the Mediterranean Ocean.
The property’s 204 guest rooms have been rebuilt and redesigned. Specially designed deluxe rooms now feature an extended balcony with a Jacuzzi. “Cos’ Altro” which translates to something else and unique, is the name of the brand new Italian restaurant which along with the refurbished Akakiko Japanese and Asian restaurant, the totally refreshed main restaurant and the “Thalassaki” al fresco buffet, raise the number of restaurants at The Royal Apollonia to four.
The pool’s design resembles the infinity sign and now features a bar and a new children's pool with small water slides and fun in the water offers a space for families as well.
Tags: • Hospitality • Construction/Renovation • Openings •
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