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Louis Imperial Beach Paphos - Cyprus - Paphos

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Chain:Louis

Rooms:130, Check-in time:12:00, Check-out time:10:00

Featuring panoramic views of the harbour and Paphos Castle this 4star beachfront resort offers rooms with satellite TV and a private balcony. Facilities include outdoor and indoor swimming pools.

All of the rooms of Louis Imperial Beach are equipped with air conditioning a minibar and tea and coffee making facilities. The large windows provide plenty of natural light. Some of the rooms have stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.Louis Imperial Beach has 3 restaurants that serve a wide variety of local and international dishes. The restaurants also offer Cypriot Greek and Chinese themed evenings.

Location

Area Info: It is just 1 km from the Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark. The city centre is only 4 km away.

Address: Poseidonos Avenue

Area Info

From quaint Venetian designs to grand Roman columns many civilizations have built a part of their history in Larnaka which is just waiting to be explored in the form of unique architecture.

Covering a period of 4000 years the ever changing life of the city has left Larnaka with some unique architectural remains structures and buildings.

The Cyclopean walls from Larnakas early history were built by the Mycenaean Greeks in the 13th 14th centuries.

Fast forward 500 years and the Phoenicians left behind the architectural remains of the Temple of Aphrodite Astarte.

The Classical and Hellenistic era blessed the city with the rare remains of the ancient port which is the only ancient port in the world in such good condition revealing many secrets of the citys past.

The Romans left their beloved Corinthian style columns now in the Larnaka District Museum and quite possibly a large part of the Aqueduct which was restored and repaired again in the 18th century.

Of course the graceful Byzantines decorated the city with the Church of Saint Lazarus which is the most important surviving monument of the Byzantine period and the Church of Saint George Makris on Phaneromeni Avenue.

The Luzignian Franks gave the city the Medieval Castle and the Church of Santa Cross now the Mosque Touzla.

The Venetian period survives in town with the Church of Santa Katerina now the Beyuk or Kebir Mosque and the elegant public fountain opposite the Touzla Mosque on Archbishop Nikomedias Street.

From quaint Venetian designs to grand Roman columns many civilizations have built a part of their history in Larnaka which is just waiting to be explored in the form of unique architecture.

Covering a period of 4000 years the ever changing life of the city has left Larnaka with some unique architectural remains structures and buildings.

The Cyclopean walls from Larnakas early history were built by the Mycenaean Greeks in the 13th 14th centuries.

Fast forward 500 years and the Phoenicians left behind the architectural remains of the Temple of Aphrodite Astarte.

The Classical and Hellenistic era blessed the city with the rare remains of the ancient port which is the only ancient port in the world in such good condition revealing many secrets of the citys past.

The Romans left their beloved Corinthian style columns now in the Larnaka District Museum and quite possibly a large part of the Aqueduct which was restored and repaired again in the 18th century.

Of course the graceful Byzantines decorated the city with the Church of Saint Lazarus which is the most important surviving monument of the Byzantine period and the Church of Saint George Makris on Phaneromeni Avenue.

The Luzignian Franks gave the city the Medieval Castle and the Church of Santa Cross now the Mosque Touzla.

The Venetian period survives in town with the Church of Santa Katerina now the Beyuk or Kebir Mosque and the elegant public fountain opposite the Touzla Mosque on Archbishop Nikomedias Street.

Larnaka true to its multicultural character plays host to a number of significant mosques that traverse its history offering an exhilarating insight into some fascinating sights of Muslim worship.

Hala Sultan Tekke
This historic mosque is located 3 km west of Larnaka on the road to Kiti on the central and famous Salt Lake. After the Arab armies landed successfully in Larnaka in 648AD the Holy Helper and aunt of Mohamed Umm Haram died here as a result of an accident. Grand Khalif Moavia who was taking part in the expedition immediately ordered the construction of a mosque on the spot. The mosque was renovated in 1816 to appear as it does today. In the year 2002 a new renovation and reconstruction was undertaken by UNOPS. Hala Sultan mosque is now the main Muslim pilgrimage site of Cyprus and among the most important holy places of Islam.

Extraordinary archaeological excavations in the same year revealed that the place has been inhabited since Neolithic times. Some archaeologists believe that the tomb of Umm Haram is a monumental monolithic tomb of the prehistoric period of the place.

The Touzla Mosque
This mosque is located near to the Metropolis Square and the Church of the Saviour on Metropolitou Nicomedias Street and is one of the oldest buildings surviving in the town. It was turned into a mosque after the Ottoman occupation of 1571. Prior to this it used to be the Catholic Church of the Holy Cross. Perhaps this church was founded as an Orthodox Church but as can be observed one of its characteristic three corridors was demolished. Its Byzantine origin is also indicated by recently discovered wall paintings. Opposite this mosque an elegant stone public water fountain of Venetian origin exists maintained in excellent condition.

Beyuk or Kebir Tzami
This important mosque of the 18th century can be found at the end of Athens Avenue just opposite the Larnaka Medieval Castle. Beyuk Mosque is perhaps the first Ottoman mosque in Cyprus as they landed their armies in Larnaka without any Venetian resistance. Before it became a mosque Beyuk Tzami was a Catholic Church devoted to Santa Katerina most likely of 13th 14th century origin. The mosque is today being used to serve the religious needs of the Muslims of Larnaka.

Zuhuri
Between the Beyuk Mosque and the Church of St. Lazarus on Nicolaou Rossou Street one can find the Zuhuri Mosque. Built in the middle of the 19th century as a Muslim religious center its minaret unfortunately collapsed in the 20th century.

Policies

Each hotel gives sometimes different policies for cancellation or change this for different room types and rate offers.
To make this easy for you when you roll over the cancellation note behind each room type you will be able to get informed.

Always we are ready to make changes for you after your reservation is made.
You only need to inform us by mail in order for us to make the modifications and re confirm it with the hotel.

Chain:Louis

Rooms:130, Check-in time:12:00, Check-out time:10:00

Featuring panoramic views of the harbour and Paphos Castle this 4star beachfront resort offers rooms with satellite TV and a private balcony. Facilities include outdoor and indoor swimming pools.

All of the rooms of Louis Imperial Beach are equipped with air conditioning a minibar and tea and coffee making facilities. The large windows provide plenty of natural light. Some of the rooms have stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.Louis Imperial Beach has 3 restaurants that serve a wide variety of local and international dishes. The restaurants also offer Cypriot Greek and Chinese themed evenings.

Area Info: It is just 1 km from the Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark. The city centre is only 4 km away.

Address: Poseidonos Avenue

From quaint Venetian designs to grand Roman columns many civilizations have built a part of their history in Larnaka which is just waiting to be explored in the form of unique architecture.

Covering a period of 4000 years the ever changing life of the city has left Larnaka with some unique architectural remains structures and buildings.

The Cyclopean walls from Larnakas early history were built by the Mycenaean Greeks in the 13th 14th centuries.

Fast forward 500 years and the Phoenicians left behind the architectural remains of the Temple of Aphrodite Astarte.

The Classical and Hellenistic era blessed the city with the rare remains of the ancient port which is the only ancient port in the world in such good condition revealing many secrets of the citys past.

The Romans left their beloved Corinthian style columns now in the Larnaka District Museum and quite possibly a large part of the Aqueduct which was restored and repaired again in the 18th century.

Of course the graceful Byzantines decorated the city with the Church of Saint Lazarus which is the most important surviving monument of the Byzantine period and the Church of Saint George Makris on Phaneromeni Avenue.

The Luzignian Franks gave the city the Medieval Castle and the Church of Santa Cross now the Mosque Touzla.

The Venetian period survives in town with the Church of Santa Katerina now the Beyuk or Kebir Mosque and the elegant public fountain opposite the Touzla Mosque on Archbishop Nikomedias Street.

From quaint Venetian designs to grand Roman columns many civilizations have built a part of their history in Larnaka which is just waiting to be explored in the form of unique architecture.

Covering a period of 4000 years the ever changing life of the city has left Larnaka with some unique architectural remains structures and buildings.

The Cyclopean walls from Larnakas early history were built by the Mycenaean Greeks in the 13th 14th centuries.

Fast forward 500 years and the Phoenicians left behind the architectural remains of the Temple of Aphrodite Astarte.

The Classical and Hellenistic era blessed the city with the rare remains of the ancient port which is the only ancient port in the world in such good condition revealing many secrets of the citys past.

The Romans left their beloved Corinthian style columns now in the Larnaka District Museum and quite possibly a large part of the Aqueduct which was restored and repaired again in the 18th century.

Of course the graceful Byzantines decorated the city with the Church of Saint Lazarus which is the most important surviving monument of the Byzantine period and the Church of Saint George Makris on Phaneromeni Avenue.

The Luzignian Franks gave the city the Medieval Castle and the Church of Santa Cross now the Mosque Touzla.

The Venetian period survives in town with the Church of Santa Katerina now the Beyuk or Kebir Mosque and the elegant public fountain opposite the Touzla Mosque on Archbishop Nikomedias Street.

Larnaka true to its multicultural character plays host to a number of significant mosques that traverse its history offering an exhilarating insight into some fascinating sights of Muslim worship.

Hala Sultan Tekke
This historic mosque is located 3 km west of Larnaka on the road to Kiti on the central and famous Salt Lake. After the Arab armies landed successfully in Larnaka in 648AD the Holy Helper and aunt of Mohamed Umm Haram died here as a result of an accident. Grand Khalif Moavia who was taking part in the expedition immediately ordered the construction of a mosque on the spot. The mosque was renovated in 1816 to appear as it does today. In the year 2002 a new renovation and reconstruction was undertaken by UNOPS. Hala Sultan mosque is now the main Muslim pilgrimage site of Cyprus and among the most important holy places of Islam.

Extraordinary archaeological excavations in the same year revealed that the place has been inhabited since Neolithic times. Some archaeologists believe that the tomb of Umm Haram is a monumental monolithic tomb of the prehistoric period of the place.

The Touzla Mosque
This mosque is located near to the Metropolis Square and the Church of the Saviour on Metropolitou Nicomedias Street and is one of the oldest buildings surviving in the town. It was turned into a mosque after the Ottoman occupation of 1571. Prior to this it used to be the Catholic Church of the Holy Cross. Perhaps this church was founded as an Orthodox Church but as can be observed one of its characteristic three corridors was demolished. Its Byzantine origin is also indicated by recently discovered wall paintings. Opposite this mosque an elegant stone public water fountain of Venetian origin exists maintained in excellent condition.

Beyuk or Kebir Tzami
This important mosque of the 18th century can be found at the end of Athens Avenue just opposite the Larnaka Medieval Castle. Beyuk Mosque is perhaps the first Ottoman mosque in Cyprus as they landed their armies in Larnaka without any Venetian resistance. Before it became a mosque Beyuk Tzami was a Catholic Church devoted to Santa Katerina most likely of 13th 14th century origin. The mosque is today being used to serve the religious needs of the Muslims of Larnaka.

Zuhuri
Between the Beyuk Mosque and the Church of St. Lazarus on Nicolaou Rossou Street one can find the Zuhuri Mosque. Built in the middle of the 19th century as a Muslim religious center its minaret unfortunately collapsed in the 20th century.

Each hotel gives sometimes different policies for cancellation or change this for different room types and rate offers.
To make this easy for you when you roll over the cancellation note behind each room type you will be able to get informed.

Always we are ready to make changes for you after your reservation is made.
You only need to inform us by mail in order for us to make the modifications and re confirm it with the hotel.

Check here room availability, rates and offers at "Louis Imperial Beach Paphos "

***Additional child(ren) under 11.99 years old you can mark on your final form in the comment field.

Facilities

  • Satellite Cable TV
  • Air Conditioning
  • Safe
  • Room service - 24 hour
  • Multilingual staff
  • Business Center
  • Aerobics
  • Hydromassage Jacuzzi
  • TV Lounge
  • Cafeteria
  • Laundry room
  • Lift/elevator
  • City tour
  • Front desk - 24 hour
  • Shuttle service airport
  • Internet/Email services
  • Bar
  • Restaurant/Dining
  • Pool bar
  • Meeting Room
  • Business Center
  • Conference room
  • Shops in the hotel
  • Credit card accepted
  • Front desk - fax service
  • Free Wi-fi public areas
  • Free public parking on site
  • Free Wi-fi in the entire hotel
  • Honeymoon Suite
  • Soundproof Rooms
  • Sun Terrace
  • Private Beach Area
  • Heating
  • Solarium
  • Wake Up Service
  • A La Cart Restaurant
  • Live music at special days
  • Hot Tub
  • Luggage Room
  • Taxi Service
  • Disco (+12 y.o.)
  • Fire Alarm System
  • Terrace
  • Jakuzzi
  • Excursions
  • Baggage Storage
  • Basketball Court
  • TV Room
  • Jakuzzi at the SPA center
  • Swimming Pool (all year)
  • Breakfast Room

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Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government issued photo identification and a credit card are required at check in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check in and may incur additional charges.
And special requests cannot be guaranteed.

Extra Bed (s) and Children

Children that are below 6 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Children that are below 2 years stay free of charge i.a. cotscribs.
Children that are and above 12 years and adults have extra charge per person per night extra bed.
Children from 3 to 11.99 years have 50% DISCOUNT on extra bed charge.
Additional bed or baby cot can be only 1 per room.
Any extras are not calculated in the total costs and will have to be payed locally.
Only if stated in the room type extra bed is included if selected in the total room rate.
Extra discounts for additional children More than 1 in room you can always request in the comments field.

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