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Lasa Heights Hotel

Lasa Heights Hotel is a small family owned hotel situated in the rolling hills above the town of Paphos. Part of the hotel, built in the 19th century, was for many years the village coffee shop and the natural meeting point in the area.

The old building has recently been renovated in the traditional Cypriot style and a new wing added. The hotel comprises 9 double rooms with en-suit bathrooms, arranged around a charming courtyard set with natural stone, in the middle of which stands a beautiful old olive tree. There are some stunning views towards the Akamas peninsula and the pretty port of Latchi.

This is the ideal location for the discerning traveller.

BEDROOMS

8 Double rooms, en-suit bathrooms with shower only
1 Double room, en-suite bathroom with both bath and shower

Six of the rooms are at ground floor level with direct access to the courtyard through French doors. The remaining three rooms are situated on the first floor of the new wing. These have their own private balcony overlooking the courtyard.

The rooms all have air-conditioning to supply heating or cooling, depending on the weather. Every room is decorated in a different colour, and also incorporates a small seating area.

One of the ground floor rooms is equipped to meet the needs of persons with a disability.

BREAKFAST

All prices include breakfast, which is served in the dining room. Coffee, tea and other beverages are also available here at all times.

Other meals can be supplied on request, please enquire upon arrival

RESTAURANTS

Local taverns serving traditional Cypriot food can be found a short walk away in the village as well as in the neighbouring village of Fyti a few minutes up the road by car.

The market town of Polis and the pretty port of Latchi, about 25 minutes drive from LASA HEIGHTS, offer many types of restaurants and taverns, serving fresh fish and both local and international cuisine.

Tel/Fax +357 26732777
Mobile: +357 99683193

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