Cap St Georges resort in Cyprus opened its doors this summer and ignited our wanderlust with its luxe Cypriot charisma.
Cyprus in hot on everyone’s travel bucket list this year thanks to its Mediterranean culture, rich history, and glorious weather. Abundant with historical monuments like the Kykkos Monastery and myriad museums to appease the most cultured of travelers. Not to mention the exotic gastronomy that epitomizes freshness and flavor in Mezze-sized portions. There’s something for everyone on this idyllic island.
The elegant new five-star beachfront Cap St Georges resort oozes charm and sophistication with a laid-back luxury look and feel. Seamlessly blending into the unique surroundings of the Akamas National Park, east of Paphos, Cap St Georges has been crafted from natural local stone and enveloped by verdant gardens brimming with centuries-old olive trees, endemic flora to one side and the crystal-clear waters of the eastern Mediterranean to the other.
Situated just 30 minutes from Paphos International Airport and 20 minutes from Paphos city center yet secluded enough to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, the uniquely located resort earns the accolade of ‘haven of escape’ effortlessly.
The perfect escape for a special occasion, the resort boasts its own private infinity-edge pool, jacuzzi and wrap-around sun terrace with views as far as the eye can see.
Rooms personify style and luxury, with most benefitting from striking sea views and all boasting thoughtfully curated furnishings like elegant white oak and Crema Marfil marble. Modern amenities are provided as standard with extra touches like fresh fruit on arrival to heighten your experience. For the ultimate indulgence, the seven-bedroom Presidential Villa Suite comes equip with its only private pool.
Cap St Georges also features a 130m beach cove, Thalassa Olympic outdoor pool, state-of-the-art gym, cold plunge pools, treatment rooms and Rasil mud chambers.
To satisfy the adventurer in you, take to the seas on the hotel’s very own private yacht, enjoy a tennis lesson on the hotel’s courts, a snorkeling trip, or hike or bike through the national park.
Foodies won’t be disappointed either and will be spoilt for choice with the resort’s wealth of eateries and fine dining experiences. From authentic local Cypriot cuisine to Italian dishes and a Japanese teppanyaki restaurant, Cap St George offers something for all tastes.
Room rates start from £425 | $515