Fed up from the cold damp days, the constant rat race, and in much need of a high dose of vitamin D? Look no further than the beautiful Cap St Georges Hotel & Resort in Cyprus.

This brand-new 5-star property opened in the summer of 2022 and is an opulent retreat that’s as good for families with tots and teenagers as it is for couples on the hunt for some serious R&R.  

By far the most luxurious offering in Cyprus, with 202 rooms and suites, many with private infinity pools, and a range of plush private villas, Cap St Georges is a destination you simply won’t want to leave. And with average daytime temperatures of 23c in spring, a trip to Paphos really is the answer if you’d prefer not to travel too far in search of guaranteed sun. 


For those fly and flop aficionados, Cap St Georges is the ideal place to get lost in a great page-turner, cocktail in hand, poolside. Amongst its extensive facilities, the hotel features a 130m beach cove, the Thalassa Olympic outdoor pool, and a sundeck, with a further two family-friendly pools. The exceptional 2,585m2 Cleopatra Spa is using Valmont and Cinq Mondes products, featuring a spacious indoor pool and cold plunge pools, thermal saunas, steam rooms, aromatherapy experience showers, plus eight treatment rooms, and signature Rasul mud treatment chambers.


If you’re partial to more of an adventure, there’s a whole myriad of things to do from enjoying a tennis lesson on the hotel’s impressive courts, a snorkeling trip, or a hike or bike through the national park, to sightseeing in the local town, which is steeped in history. Spend a day aboard the hotel’s private yacht for the ultimate experience! You’ll be so spoilt for choice you’ll want to return time and again. 


From authentic local Cypriot cuisine to Italian dishes and a Japanese teppanyaki restaurant, Cap St George offers something for all tastes. For that afternoon sweet treat, the hotel’s very own Gelateria serves iced creamy whipped fresh flavors, with sides of crepes, and baked goods. Whilst for that evening tipple, head to the Chroma Lounge & Lobby bar with its 180-degree sea views. The Nero Marquina marble bar and show-stopping Lasvit chandelier set the scene for a very special evening, topped off with nightly entertainment played on an elevated grand piano! 

*Room rates start from EUR 542 per night B&B (based on two people sharing)


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