Azia Resort & Spa

Paphos, Cyprus
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • 24 H Room Service
  • Spa / Thalasso
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Shopping


Description

A small hotel may have all the charm in the world, yet what the discerning guest will sometimes miss is the variety of experience to make the holiday an unforgettable pleasure. This is the thinking behind the concept of the Azia Resort, a foray into sophisticated escapism that offers stylish barefoot living, understated luxury and casual unobtrusive service.

Built as three different hotels on adjacent grounds, with plethora of magnificent spaces for carefree living, the Azia Resort has all the diversity to keep its guests contented for a week or longer. Each element of the three-in-one boutique hotel concept has its own character and fulfils different aspirations of the visitor. The Azia Blue is about sophisticated, spacious living and family luxury. The Azia Club and Spa is ideal for privacy and indulgence. The Residence is a haven of individual pampering and innovative style.

The sophisticated design of the trio owes as much to edgy London design as to local influences. The nature is suggested, for instance, by such details as the use of flower and leaf motifs carved on wood and stone as well as by the profusion of indoor and outdoor plantings. The history is present in a slick, fusion manner combining very earthy and artistic elements. Each area is influenced by a different chapter of the Cyprus history.

Venetian Murano glass, hand painted silk and gold leaf decoration of the main dining room represent the impact of the Venetian Republic on the history of the island, while the main lobby has the airiness suggestive of the open spaces of the agora of ancient Greece. There the pebble, the marble, the greenery and the abundance of light combine perfectly with lounge loveseats and design furniture. The staircase banister looks like seaweeds moving with the waves and the piano lobby bar is a beautiful reminder of the colonial influence. The main bar, in deep sensuous colours, with finely carved wood lace on the walls and hand-wrought iron lamp structures, captures the fusion of Arab cultures on the island.

The sybaritic Asphodel Spa is a hymn to nature, intriguing to the senses yet calming to the mind. The sound of falling water, the fine incense of ouzo and anise, the breeze in the garden treatment rooms, the rich natural textures; these and a variety of treatments offering different experiences have been deployed in its design to awake all the senses and sooth the body and mind. This is one of the best spas in the world, a space that can keep the visitor content day after day.

The symbol of the hotel is the Asphodel, the immortal flower in the ancient Greek mythology. According to the ancient Greeks, it stands for the ultimate happiness of the soul and was the first sight a soul longed to see at the gates of paradise. Asphodel still grows in abundance wild on the island.

 
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Rooms

Availability for:  1 Adults   05/08/2020 - 06/08/2020

No rooms found for selected dates and / or guest combination.

Blue Room Mountain View


Blue Studio Mountain View


Club and Spa Mountain View Room


Blue Room Sea View


Blue Superior Room Sea View


Blue Junior Suite Sea View With Garden Area


Club and Spa Luxury Garden & Sea View Room


Club and Spa Junior Suite Sea View


Blue Superior Room Sea View With Outdoor Jacuzzi


Club and Spa Skylight Junior Suite Sea View


Club and Spa Bungalow with Garden Area


Blue Junior Suite Sea View With Outdoor Jacuzzi


Club and Spa Bungalow Studio Suite With Outdoor Jacuzzi



Reviews

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3Good (Based on 3 reviews)
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angelos & elena

"5star hotel with a 3star quality"

"the lobby and pool area was great but as soon as we entered our room we were disappointed. old furniture ancient tv set, two single beds united were the 'double' bed even though we asked specifically for a double. smelly carpet probably 20 years old. the food was average and highly not a value for money. We were also told that your company hasnt settled the accomodation fees and its a pity to pay it again -exact words-!!!! unacceptable. they didnt even asked an apologise afterwards just a notice under the door that confirmed the payment. The TOP was on our departure at 12pm we asked if its ok to stay at the pool until the evening which is the usual i believe and the answer was :you cant stay nowhere at the hotel and must leave now because a group of UN soldiers came and all guests must go because its not allowed.Just like that not even a prior notice!! Ridiculous and shocking!! I DONT RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE."

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Anonymous User

"A good hotel in need of a makeover"

"The hotel's large lagoon type swimming pool is its strongest asset. Although the lobby and bar area are beautifully decorated, the rooms and garden area could do with a makeover. The food was very tasteful, although we were expecting a larger variety at dinner, as this is a 5 star hotel. Also, there was no special menu for kids, which was also a disappointment."

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Anonymous User

"This is not a 5* Deluxe hotel"

"This is not a 5* Deluxe hotel for sure. There are no additional facilities or services from a 3* hotel. I could easily find the same services and quality to a 3* hotel. Except if you book a premium room which is equal to a standard room from a 5 Deluxe hotel. We really dissapointed in overall. At least there was professionals in the management who actually understood our problems and our dissapointment and they upgrated us to a premium room services. Otherwise there was not a reason to stay in a hotel which has been advirtised as 5* Deluxe hotel but actually it is not. I am not sure based on which criteria and which process you are adding a hotel in your group but you need to be sure what you are advirtising."