Louis Hotels has announced the opening of a new boutique hotel in the heart of Polis Crysochous in the northwestern tip of Cyprus, with the aim to offer its guests authentic Cypriot hospitality.
Built in 1907 according to traditional techniques and classic architectural lines, the mansion first belonged to a local wealthy family. Through the years, it was turned into a market, while from 1949-1955 it housed the Polis High School.
“Louis Hotels’ policy is to offer alternative tourism products that promote Cyrpus’ tradition and hospitality,” the group’s management said in an announcement.
“This beautiful building has been fully renovated to include all modern amenities, while also retaining its connection with Cyrpiot civilization in a modern version. Tradition is mixed with discrete luxury, creating an exceptional result. Every room has its own character based on local tradition and culture.”
Furthermore, the hotel’s Akakiko restaurant on the ground floor offers Asian cuisine.
With an experience of over 77 years, the Louis Hotels group includes 25 hotels and resorts offering many diverse holiday options in Cyprus and on Greece’s islands.