Best Hotels in Cyprus

We list only the best hotels in Cyprus as recommended by the most popular travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The ratings you see are an aggregate from several platforms and always come with an average higher than 4 out of 5 stars.
Cyprus is an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean with a rich history that dates back to the 10th millennium BC. Cyprus is a major tourist destination in the Mediterranean region seeing millions of visitors yearly. The island country has an advanced high-income economy that makes it attractive to migrants and tourists as well as foreign investments. The island is dominated by Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots who share a lot in common but also have differences. Both groups of people have a hospitable culture that makes the country appealing to visitors. In both communities, it is common to see them buying food for guests or offering guests with foods and drinks. Also common to both communities is a social lifestyle that includes a love for arts, music, and dance. The culture and religion of both communities differ which makes it an interesting place for curious visitors to learn about other ways of life.
Cyprus holds an annual carnival called the Limassol Carnival Festival which is held in Limassol. The event is popular throughout the island and sees thousands of people.
Cyprus has a special appreciation for art throughout its history which is why conceptual art is strongly promoted on the island.
If you like our list of design hotels in Cyprus, then you should also check out our selection of boutique hotels in Athens or luxury hotels in Istanbul.


What are the best areas to stay in Cyprus?

A magnificent island country, Cyprus is the third most populous, in the Mediterranean. Blessed with a rich culture, it makes for one of the oldest civilisations of the Mediterranean. Cyprus is placed south of Turkey.

Limassol Old Town
Waking up to an authentic ‘Cyprus style' brunch is the preferred lifestyle of the neighbourhood of Limassol. The town is structured beautifully, and there are several winding narrow streets. Limassol Old Town is historical at heart. Limassol castle and the ancient city of Kuorion are two important attractions at Limassol.

This place is marked with Turkish style houses. Hence, it also gets the name of ‘Old Turkish Quarter’. Several artisans have their workshops along the streets. This area is like a flashback from the past lifestyle, with traditional and magnificent old Turkish houses. The area of Larnaca is centrally located. Larnaca enjoys a seaside location. The Salt Lake and the Hala Sultan mosque are two beautiful places to visit at Larnaca.

Ayia Napa
Another stunning area that adorns Cyprus and attracts a large number of tourists is Ayia Napa. High on night-life, Ayia Napa has white sand beaches. This area is full of budget rooms, luxury hotels and even holiday villas.

Famagusta and Varosha
This area is absolutely worth visiting. While Famagusta is an alluring old town, Varosha is said to be a ghost town. The Varosha beach is also prepossessing.

Paphos and Coral Bay
Lying on the south-west coast, Paphos is a hub of elegant resorts and cafes. Coral Bay beach and Paphos beach, are arrestingly divine.

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4.6 Elysium Paphos Cyprus

Elysium Hotel Paphos, Cyprus


“A Mediterranean sense of place reigns at this palatial resort near the Tombs of the Kings with extensive grounds, beautiful multilevel pools, and a small beach.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Cyprus.

4.4 Almyra Paphos City

Almyra Hotel Paphos City, Cyprus


“This hip, family-friendly resort has 12 different room configurations, including several suites with private sea-view terraces; all feature complimentary Wi-Fi. Choose a waterfront Kyma suite with its own daybeds for the best views.”

Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Cyprus.

4.5 Londa Hotel Limassol

Londa Hotel Limassol, Cyprus

Lonely Planet

“The island’s first couture hotel oozes casual glamour. Rooms have lashings of white linen and handcrafted Cypriot lace, contrasting cool, earthy colours and contemporary custom-made furnishings.”

4.5 Elyssia Hotel

Elyssia Hotel Pedoulas, Cyprus

Lonely Planet

“These spacious, pretty rooms have balconies with valley views. The Elyssia hotel is obviously well cared for by the owner, who is charming and eager to please.”

4.0 Royiatiko Hotel Cyprus

Royiatiko Hotel Nicosia, Cyprus

New York Times

“Royiatiko Hotel is a modern midrange hotel with 32 rooms, a swimming pool and a prime location in Nicosia’s historical walled city.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Cyprus.

4.4 Cypriot Swallow

Cypriot Swallow Boutique Hotel, Cyprus

Lonely Planet

“With its jaunty blue-shuttered windows and teensy courtyard brimming with geraniums, owner Birgül and her all-female staff have created North Nicosia’s cosiest guesthouse. It’s thoroughly modern and comfortable.”