We are a family of 4 plus a 4 year old looking to go for a week. We have the option of half board as an extra for £1211 and Full for £2163. Is it worth it? Are there nice restaurants nearby that we may want to try? Or are we likely to just stay in the hotel for the week?
Thanks in advance
Both are good choices. It depends whether you are planning to rent a car. Public transportation is not so trustworthy so without a car i would choose full board and stay all day inside to enjoy the hotel at maximum level
Breakfast is copious and a marvelous selection. Full board may be too much but half board a good option
We stayed in this wonderful luxurious hotel for four nights and wished we could have stayed longer.
All three restaurants are great as is the Colours coffee lounge which offers lighter meals and delicious desserts.
The staff are all delightful and happy to recommend external restaurants etc.
If you book ,you will not be disappointed.
Have been many times and only go for the bed and breakfast option which can keep you full for most of the day as there is more than enough food on offer.
There are plenty of options off site to eat. Including across the road from the hotel.
Chester’s which is like a steak house American diner is only a short drive/ taxi ride away.
Can fully recommend this hotel as all the staff are very friendly and it is kept spotless. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff.
There are also buses you can catch directly outside the hotel to the main centre of Limassol where there are plenty of places to eat.
I normally go for two weeks and hire a car for the second as it is a great island to explore
We haven't much to add to the most recent reply. I wouldn't bother with full board - we lasted through after a good breakfast; there are a couple of small supermarkets across the road which are useful. The hotel food is superb, but costly; the one restaurant we used, almost opposite, was more basic but lovely, & there are plenty of others up & down the main road; the bus service is excellent.
We always go B &B as we do like to eat out some of the time. Having said that we do like the restaurants in the hotel. The food is superb. Breakfast is brilliant. We also like to use the restaurants at the sister hotel The Amathus Beach.
In the immediate area there are a couple of traditional Cypriot restaurants an Italian restaurant and a few others as well as a couple of bars that serve food.
We also like to catch the bus along to the new marina and castle area where there are lots of restaurants.
I am not sure that I could manage to eat three full meals a day as we usually walk along the beach path before breakfast and that makes it quite late when we have breakfast and there really is so much choice that it keeps us going until dinner, apart from perhaps some fruit , a cake or an ice cream! You won’t go far wrong what ever you decide to do. It is an amazing hotel with great food and service.
we were on B&B only but tried a couple of the hotels theme nights ie Italian, etc very good spread of food and just paid ion night in question. The restaurants nearby within 500mts were easily as good with fairly large portions but not expensive.
the hotel also have two upmarket restaurants one Chinese the other Italian not really worth the money.
The hotel is splendid in all ways even for a nice dinner , lunch or coffee !!! All though Limassol district has very nice places to visit for a walk or coffee or dinner ! My opinion is not to stay full board in the hotel to see the city all around all day long !!!
I wish to you all the best and i hope to have tha nicest stay at the island
Cyprus is all about food and Limassol has excellent restaurants everywhere. The Colours Cafe is famous for some of the best ice cream, coffee and snacks in Cyprus and is situated inside the hotel so there is plenty for kids and adults all within walking distance. The food in the Four Seasons Hotel is of a very high standard and you will not be disappointed with the choice and variety so it all depends on whether you want to be adventurous or whether you just want to chill in the hotel. Eat in or out, the food will be great.
Limassol is a town with a lot to offer in terms of food. I do not know if much choice exists for very young kids, but the hotel staff will, I am sure help to find interesting things to do for the kids.
The beach is lovely and the water super clean which, I am sure, will delight the kids.
No you won't have to stay in the hotel.
The price for half board worth it the restaurant in the hotel are very good but expensive you have next to the hotel Pizza Hut and a small supermarket and a small distance ride to Limassol marina and have a lot of restaurants and things for the kids also you must go to masterland with the kids also small ride amazing place
The food in the hotel is incredible
If we went again I would not go out of the hotel to eat. None of the local restaurants are anywhere near the quality of the Hotel.
The only thing we did enjoy is we went to the port one night and had a nice meal there but obv it was a taxi ride each way.
The hotel also has different theme nights with different food on offer. There is always a buffet which is incredible.
If you can afford the extra cost it is money well spent!
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