Grecian Hotels are a group of 4 family-run luxury hotels, three in Cyprus, and one in the UK.
Grecian Park Hotel is a 5-star resort in eastern Cyprus, next door to the hiking trails and beauty of Cape Greco National Park nature preserve. Grecian Park is a multiple award-winning hotel and is 5 minutes from the tourist hub of Ayia Napa, and a 45-minute drive from Larnaca International Airport.
The resort has 3 restaurants, a cafeneio, and 4 bars, most notably a unique cliff bar. There is a spa and a fitness center, and a beach kiosk for convenient snacks and drinks for sun bathers. The beach is organized, and offers water sports through a third pary. The resort is also an ideal setting for weddings, and has a conference center as well.
The hotel’s elevation is 180 feet above sea level, which means you have to navigate a path over a distance of about 300 feet to make it to the water’s edge. There is a beach buggy shuttle every hour to help take care of that difficulty.
The hotel in general generates a very high percentage of very high reviews. Guests liked the hotel’s location, the spacious rooms, the room views, the beach, the generous breakfast buffet, the gym, and its use as a wedding venue. In addition, the beds were rated excellent for sleeping, the hotel was remarked as exceptionally clean, and the cliff bar was considered a highlight.
Rooms are spacious, light-filled, and well-appointed. Room décor includes laminated wood flooring, or floor tiles mimicking wood flooring, which adds warmth to the overall feeling of the rooms, and a color scheme of white, off-white, and tan walls and ceilings. Rooms have lots of comfortably upholstered furniture, anatomically comfortable desk chairs and are often decorated with fresh flowers in vases on your arrival.
Amenities include bathroom with shower, furnished private balcony or terrace, bathrobe and slippers, mini bar, electronic safe, soundproof windows, free Wi-Fi, hair dryer, outlet for shaver, satellite TV, coffee and tea maker, among others.
Standard Twin/Double Rooms
The Standard Twin/Double Rooms come in three categories: Inland View, Partial Sea View, and Sea View, and sleep up to 2 guests. You have a choice of twin beds, or a double bed.
Executive Room has a king size bed, separate sitting are near the sliding glass door, and furnished veranda, amongst the other standard amenities. View is of the grounds, with the sea in the background.
Family Rooms come in two categories: Inland View and Sea View. It’s furnished with a king size bed and a sofa bed, as well as a sitting area, plus one bathroom. Ideal for families with young children.
Inland view room is slightly smaller than Sea View
Standard Suite Inland View
Standard Suite has a separate living room area, a double bed, and a furnished balcony with a nice view of the Cypriot countryside, as well as the grounds of the resort with the coastline in the distance.
Deluxe Suite Sea View
This is a comfortable suite separated into a living room area, with a king size bed in the sleeping area. Bathroom has a walk-in shower. Very nice view of the sea, with the trails, topography and flora of the Cape Greco national park in the distance.
Terrace Suite Sea View
Suite has a large, fully furnished, partially shaded private terrace with table, chairs, and sunbeds. View looks out over the resort’s palms and pool out to the beautiful southern Med. Suite has separate living and sleeping areas and all the standard amenities.
King’s suite offers a very nice panoramic view of the sea and a partial view of the Cape Greco national park from its furnished balcony.
Food and Drink
In addition to 3 dedicated restaurants, Grecian Park offers a number of venues which combine food and drink, such as a kiosk, a cafe, a pool and snack bar, and a grill bar.
Ravioli’s Italian Restaurant can be found just across the street from the Grecian Park Hotel. It’s menu includes traditional Italian fare with some more contemporary elements crafted by its two experienced Italian chefs thrown into the mix. The restaurant’s focal point is its traditional wood-fired oven, which gives the restaurant an authentic Italian feel. A sample of its mouthwatering menu items include Carpaccio di manzo (sliced beef with eggplant, green salad, parmesan flakes and mustard seed sauce), Gamberi al pesto (prawns with mushrooms and creamed pesto sauce served with bread), and Cozze (mussels with garlic, olive oil and lemon).
Umi Japanese Restaurant Can be found on the 4th floor of the hotel and in addition to great panoramic views of the area, offers some of the best Japanese fare on the island. Some of their specialties include soft shell crab rolls, lobster volcano, mixed nigiri sushi, and spicy squid.
The elegant Antaeus Restaurant is the hotel’s main restaurant and serves a wide variety of both local and international dishes. Their themed nights are the highlights of the weekly buffet menu, with up to 4 courses on offer some evenings. Some themed night include live entertainment.
The Cliff Bar is Grecian Park’s cliff side deck bar where you can relax and enjoy the glories of nature’s offerings in the shade, the clear blue Med, the beauty of the local topography, and the variety of plant life.
The Xasteria Bar is the main cocktail bar and can be found right next door to the Antaeus Restaurant. It has a beautiful outdoor terrace. Its cozy furniture and indirect lighting provide a relaxed ambience. Whether it’s an aperitif, a glass of your favorite wine, a champagne cocktail, a martini, or a simple beer, soft drink, or coffee, let this beautiful venue do its magic. You won’t regret it.
Le Grand Foyer is the hotel’s lobby bar. Its central location makes it the perfect meeting point. Its understated elegance lends an air of exotic romance and you sit and people watch, and enjoy the company of that special someone in your life. The menu is rich in variety: special tea blends and flavours, a variety of coffees, and a wide range of cocktails, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, aperitifs, liqueurs, beers, brandies and soft drinks all await for your drinking pleasure.
Breezes Pool and Snack Bar will take care of your need to cool off after a tanning or swimming session with alcoholic and soft drinks, light meals, and a full range of snacks. Grilled food is also available.
Another poolside venue is the Grill Bar, which offers, in addition to liquid refreshment, favorites such as souvlaki on pita bread, hamburgers, and chips.
Konnos Kiosk is your place to go whilst on the beach and you feel a bit puckish. There you can get snacks, sandwiches and drinks which you can indulge in as you listen to the waves of the sea and the lazy conversation of sunbathers and beach goers.
Spa and Wellness
Grecian Park’s Spa’s expert therapists will consul you as to the ideal treatment massages and beauty therapies with the goal in mind to bring your body back into re-alignment with nature, and with itself. They provide a memorable pampering experience that you won’t soon forget.
Therapies available include facials for both women and men, in addition to aromaplasty (the use of essential oils in a facial treatment), waxing, and a wide variety of massage therapies such as Stone Massage, Asia Aroma Massage, and Thai Massage, amongst others. Makeup, manicure, and pedicure treatments are also available. There is a hair salon which will make your hair do what you want it to do for that special occasion. There are, in addition, a sauna, a steam room, and an indoor pool available.
The Olympic Health Club has state of the art exercise equipment including machines and free weights, floor exercise equipment, and a complete cardio programme.
At Grecian Park there are plenty of activities to do for guests of all ages. There are tennis courts, a childrens’ playground, and a mini-club for kids aged 4-11 during the months of July and August.
The Kids Corner provides lots of activities for the little ones. There is a games room with table tennis, billiards, and computer games, and an outdoor playground for smaller kids.
Pools and Beaches
To the right of the cliffs which front the hotel there is one of the best-rated beaches in Cyprus, the Konnos Bay Beach. The sand is golden soft, and the water is exquisitely turquoise. The path to the water’s edge from the hotel can be a bit tricky, so the hotel offers a free beach buggy shuttle.
The beach is organized, with sun beds, umbrellas, and a kiosk for snacks and drinks. Water sports are available as well through Mike’s Watersports, a hotel partner for many years.
There is a lagoon-style swimming pool at Grecian Park, and a kids’ pool. In addition, there is an indoor pool with a Jacuzzi.
In the Area
Ayia Napa, about 8km west,is the largest town in the vicinity and well worth your time. It has a well-deserved reputation as a party town, so if that’s your thing, this is a good place for it. On the other hand, for history buffs, The Ayia Napa Monastery is the city’s oldest landmark and is why the town that grew up around it is so named. The 15th-century Venetian-built complex of buildings is in the center of town, when it was originally built it was in a relatively remote pine forest. This formerly Catholic monastery is incongruously sited right in the midst of Ayia Napa’s clubbing center, so at night while the monastery sleeps, the nightlife all around explodes with noise and revelry.
The Thalassa (Sea) Museum in Ayia Napa is one of the best museums in Cyprus. It’s the only major museum in the Mediterranean devoted to the sea. It covers 7,000 years of local maritime history, and houses a large collection of archeological artifacts, a full-sized mockup of an ancient fishing vessel, and a large display of mounted sea creatures among others.
Waterworld Water Park in Ayia Napa has 18 plunges, pools and side attractions and an overall theme of Greek Mythology.
Cape Greco is a protected preserve, and, as mentioned, right next to the hotel. It has a network of hiking trails, strategically placed benches to rest and take in the views, and a system of sea caves that can be accessed by local boat tours.
Sculpture Park bills itself as a “contemplative cultural attraction” and can be found on some high ground overlooking the sea just east of Ayia Napa. Twenty sculptors from around the world contributed works of art. There are 40 sculptures in all, carved from white marble or limestone. Themes vary from local ancient and mythological statues to the completely abstract. The park itself is a work in progress, with new items being added, and is admission-free.
The Makronissos Tombs, about 5km west of Ayia Napa, is the site of 19 Hellenistic and Roman tombs carved out of the living rock.
The Parko Paliatso Luna Park near Ayia Napa is the largest such park on the island, and a favorite of Ayia Napa’s party crowd. Not a lot here for the young ones, but plenty of thrilling rides for the big people, including the Sling Shot, Europe’s highest ejection seat ride.
There are plenty of day trips on 4-wheel drives, and boat trips to explore Cape Greko’s caves, amongst other activities.
Grecian Park Hotel has all the makings, therefore, of a complete holiday package, with plenty to see and do not only in the resort itself, but also in the immediate area.
81, Konnos Street, Protaras 5297, Cyprus
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