September is just around the corner and hoteliers in Cyprus have already dropped their prices in a bid to lure tourists from abroad but even locals whose holidays are traditionally over but they do enjoy autumn short breaks.
This is what Philenews reported on Monday, adding that a search on booking.com showed that prices at four-star and five-star hotels all over the island are much cheaper than those in August.
Prices now are more attractive than ever especially in view of the coronavirus pandemic scare. In fact, an all inclusive stay at a double-room in a five star hotel in Paphos over the last weekend of September goes for for €586.
And for breakfast and dinner only, prices vary from €618 to €492 and €576.
In four-star hotels, the prices for a double room with breakfast, over the last weekend of September again, prices are even lower – at €189 and €150.
In Protaras, accommodation in a five-star hotel over the last weekend of September in a double room is offered at various prices ranging from €225, €295, €284, €336 and €680.
The cost of accommodation in four-star hotels is €200, €180, € 162, €216 and €260.