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T e lowest suite category is the Garden Suite and starts at €500 per room per night based on two adults sharing on a B&B basis, including all taxes and service charges (until the end of October).

Reservations can be made at

delicious local dishes and barbecue selections under a canopy of vines at the al fresco beachfront tavern. T e hotel also has fi ve bars which include the

Byzantine Bar, perfect for after dinner drinks with its light evening entertainment courtesy of the Annabelle’s resident singer and DJ and the Lobby bar were guests can grab a light bite or take afternoon tea. T ere is also the Grotto Bar which is surrounded by meandering free-form pools, waterfalls, palm trees and fl owers and has a swim-up bar, the Pool Bar adjacent to the half-Olympic pool and the Beach Bar which serves snacks and drinks at the water’s edge. T e Annabelle’s sister hotel the Almyra, is

stylish, relaxing and fashionable without being pretentious. It is a comfortable combination of modern design, sleek facilities and family

treatment began with a warm application of olive oil, then our bodies were exfoliated with a sugar and carob scrub and removed with a local herb body rinse. To fi nish, an application of body milk left our skin smooth and nourished. Family-friendly facilities are an integral part of Annabelle’s contemporary resort philosophy. T e hotel has a specially designed children’s pool, supervised clubs and an indoor and outdoor playground. T e ‘Bay Go Lightly’ service is perfect for those travelling with children as it gives the parents opportunity to order all manner of baby items online prior to arrival. T ere is also a crèche for 6 month to 4 year olds and T e Smiling Dolphin Club for children aged 4-12, off ering cooking classes, t-shirt printing, beach games and treasure hunts. T is year the hotel has launched the Hercules Teen Club for 12-17 year olds which off ers air hockey, Wii, DVDs, sailing, tennis, scuba diving, banana boats, bowling and much more. A family-run oasis on Paphos’ Mediterranean beach front, the cool, peaceful interiors, understated design and warm service combines with fi ve star luxury to create a distinct atmosphere of unpretentious elegance.

Annabelle, Poseidonos Avenue, P.O. Box 60136, 8125 Pafos, Cyprus.

Tel: (+ 357) 26 885 000.

friendly features. We spent an evening dining at the Almyra restaurant, Ouzeri, which epitomises all that is good about Cypriot seaside dining. Serving light Greek snacks and local specialities, it was a very relaxing dining experience accompanied by a cool sea breeze and live entertainment. Meaning ‘the taste of the sea’, Almyra’s highlight is the AlmyraSpa – a sun-lit utopia of organic and marline-based therapies complemented by inspiring ocean vistas. T e spa has an indoor pool, outdoor infi nity pool, yoga deck, saunas, steam rooms, Vinchy showers, gym, hair salon, tennis court and Eauzone restaurant. We visited the spa for a joint body contour treatment called Cypriot Sugar and Carob Scrub. T e natural Cypriot

Monarch Airlines Monarch operates fl ights to Paphos

from Birmingham, London Gatwick and Manchester airports with fares, including taxes, starting from £68.99 one way (£141.99 return).

Monarch also off ers a bespoke “build your own class of travel” range of

products and services both on the ground and in-fl ight. For those wishing to select where in the cabin they sit to ensure that families and groups are seated together, seats can be pre-booked from £8.99 per one-way fl ight. Extra legroom seats are also available from only £24.99.

Customers travelling on scheduled fl ights can avoid booking charges by paying for their fl ights using a debit card or for a fi xed £10 fee, can pay by credit card.

T ey can also take advantage of online check-in, which is available between 18 days and four and a half hours prior to departure.

Monarch also now off ers a huge range of great value holidays, accommodation options, car hire and travel insurance.

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