I visited this hotel last in around March 2011 and found it to be tired and in bad need of refurbishment. I am pleased to say that it has now had the care and attention it needs.
My room was very clean and attractively decorated, the bed was very comortable and there was a good working area with a desk and lamp. the provision of UK/Cypriot style power outlets along with the European style power outlets meant that there was plenty of places to plug in all the usual accessories.
The bathroom was spacious with a good shower, there was also an additional separate WC which was in a huge room of its own, I would rather this space be used to offer a larger living area.
My room was on the front of the hotel, near the road. There are a lot of very loud motorbikes which race away from the traffic lights a few hundred metres from the hotel, by the time they came past my room they were making a great deal of noise and they did wake me up a few times during the night.
The staff were friendly and the restaurant was of a reasonable standard. The choice at breakfast was excellent with a combination of cooked food, fruits, nuts, yogurt and meats available.
The gym was very well equiped, but did get exceptionally busy in the evenings as it operates as a private gym as well as serviing the hotel.
On the downside, especially for a business hotel, the choice in TV channels is very poor. There was only one UK news channel, Sky News, and this stopped working on day one of my stay. I reported this twice to reception and was told that the company which supplies the TV services to the hotel had stopped receiving Sky News. There were no other UK TV channels, neither did there seem to be an abundance of German, French or Spanish channels. For a hotel serving international business people, I would expect at least a news channel and two or three entertainment channels in each major european language.
If I was in Nicosia again, I would certainly consider the Hilton Park Hotel, the staff are very helpful, polite and efficient.