Travel Challenge: A luxury week in Cyprus
Friday 16 March 2012
Each week we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific trip. Today: a luxury holiday in Cyprus. All packages include a week's accommodation, transfers and flights from Gatwick to Paphos in the west of the island on Saturday 21 or Sunday 22 April. Prices are per person, based on two people sharing.
Sovereign Luxury Travel
£765: Almyra Hotel, Paphos
Includes easyJet flights on 21 April and half-board at Almyra Hotel. "Within walking distance from Paphos Town, this contemporary hotel has breathtaking views over the picturesque fishing harbour and scenic coastline. The facilities include four restaurants, a spa and several freshwater pools," says Steph Pritchard of Sovereign Luxury Travel (0844 415 1936; sovereign.com).
Classic Collection Holidays
£896: Le Méridien Limassol Spa & Resort, Limassol
Includes Thomson Airways flights on 22 April and half-board at Le Méridien Limassol Spa & Resort. "This fantastic five-star hotel is set amid beautiful gardens, with a fabulous beachfront location and a stunning adults-only spa which offers a slice of pure relaxation and escapism," says Gary Boyer of Classic Collection Holidays (0800 294 9318; classic-collection.co.uk).
£1,245: Asimina Suites Hotel, Paphos
Includes easyJet flights on 21 April and half-board accommodation at the Asimina Suites Hotel. "This adults-only hotel is perfect for couples, singles or a group of friends," says Tara Taylor of Elegant Resorts.
"The food is superb and the beachside setting – in the peaceful location of Kato Paphos – is idyllic. Nearby, livelier Paphos Town has bars and restaurants to sample, along with Unesco-listed forts, temples and tombs." (01244 897516; elegantresorts.co.uk).
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