I have spent here 3 days and in my opinion hotel is acceptable if you have limited budget or if it is close to buisness. Rooms are old fashioned and renovation is needed, particurarly bathroom but not so bad. Stuff in hotel is polite and friendly. Dinning is good to very good; breakfast is self serviced as common and have a lot of varieties to choose. Dinner; menu is a bit “short”, there is no so much to be selected but good enough in case rain will catch you and you do not want to leave the premises.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the heart of Limassol, the Curium Palace Hotel is perfectly placed near the fashionable shopping district but only a stroll away from the city’s most prominent beach. With award-winning service, delectable food and high-tech business facilities, this boutique hotel is a sumptuous retreat for either the business traveler – or a luxurious though affordable indulgence to spoil oneself. This historical landmark hotel is a key part of the island’s history. Stars, socialites and the crowned heads of the world have enjoyed this 4 star luxury hotel for over 60 years. The Curium Palace Hotel was designed by Gunsberg, the world-famous Austrian architect, with perfection. The recent refurbishment offers the ideal combination of old world elegance and contemporary style emphasized in its beautifully spacious common grounds and designer rooms. With simple words, the Curium Palace Hotel offers an unforgettable experience. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Curium Palace Limassol