Louis Hotels - Cyprus



A great selection of hotels in Cyprus awaits for you.

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A great selection of hotels in Cyprus awaits for you, if you are looking to spend your holidays at the beautiful island of Cyprus. Cyprus is ideal for summer holidays or short breaks with a plethora of things to see and explore each day. Around the luxurious hotels in Cyprus lie inviting golden sand beaches and breathtaking mountain trails. A Mediterranean island were all your senses work in full pace to discover nature, history, hospitality and a delicious cuisine.

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Louis Hotels offers many choices for holidays in Paphos, Larnaca, Limassol, Nicosia or Protaras with a variety of hotels in Cyprus. Our collection of hotels in Cyprus consists of All Inclusive hotels, family hotels and hotels for couples. If you prefer a hotel in Pafos you can choose between the 4 star beach hotels Louis Ledra Beach, Louis Phaethon or Louis Imperial Beach Hotel. If you prefer self-catering accommodation in Paphos Louis King Jason is a complex with hotel apartments in Pafos repeatedly awarded. Our 5 star hotel in Limassol is ideally located on the beach front and is recommended for holidays for couples. Hilton Park Hotel in Nicosia which is ideal for a break in the capital of Cyprus is also a member of Louis Hotels in Cyprus. Finally, Louis Althea Kalamies Luxury villas in Protaras are the perfect choice to absorb the warm sun, feel the sea breeze and totally unwind on a beach along the clear blue seas of Protaras.


  • Harbour Area The Castle of Paphos is one of the most famous landmarks of the City. There is no way to visit Paphos and not come to the harbour. A number of archaeologists have taken an interest in excavating and investigating the castle as it dates back to the Roman era. The Byzantine fort, was originally built to protect the harbor but was destroyed due of an earthquake in the year 1222. The Castle was rebuilt by the Lusignans in the 13th century. Since then it had a few more reconstructions and it used to be a prison as well.


  • St. George Church The ruins of the St. George Church still stand and can be seen in the Old City Walls of Famagusta. This church was said to be built in opposition to the nearby Latin, Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Nicholas. The central part of the church had a large dome which today does not exist due to Ottoman attacks in 1571 where it was demolished. Some of the damage also is a result of the two severe earthquakes that hit Famagusta in the mid-18th century.