Sister hotel to Almyra and Annabelle, Anassa was one of the first luxury family hotels to open in the Med. The surroundings are rather more lush than Almyra and if there is no limit on budget and you are looking for a little more luxury then Anassa is the one to go for. The four restaurants have something for everyone, with kids menus to please even the pickiest of eaters. Parents may want to head to the Thalassa Spa for some pampering, or perhaps a detox package, whilst children get active with one of the land or water sports.
Head to the beach to soak up the sun or try out one of the many water sports including sailing and water-skiing. Tennis, hiking, quad biking, squash and golf are all on offer at Anassa for every age and level of experience. Send the kids to one of the kids clubs for a few hours whilst you relax by the pool with a book. The Thalassotherapy spa focuses on the benefits of the water and the sea and features: saltwater jets, seaweed scrubs, algae body wraps and bespoke treatments, using seawater pumped straight from Chrysochou Bay. Ila's Beyond Organic products have won many awards worldwide and leave you feeling totally and utterly pampered, whilst the indoor pool allows you to relax in peace and quiet. The 18 treatment rooms, steam room, sauna, squash court, gym, yoga classes and healthy food make visiting the Thalassa Spa one of the best holistic spa experiences in Europe.
If you're feeling relaxed and ready to explore the island then the knowledgable staff at Anassa will help you plan your trip. Whether you want to see UNESCO wonders, beautiful painted churches or stunning lagoons, Cyprus has you covered.
Dine in style and savour seasonal and regional dishes across four restaurants and bars. Elegant dining, al fresco terraces, fine dining and relaxed or romantic settings are all there to be enjoyed by all the family.
Basiliko is the romantic option, a candlelit cavern it serves tantalising Asian dishes including Alaskan Black Cod and Grilled Wagyu Beef Cannelloni. Helios is fine dining at its best, complete with pianist, harpist and seaview terrace for al fresco dining. The dress code is smart-casual and as it is open for dinner only, no highchairs are provided so best for children from six years upwards. A la carte French-Mediterranean menus change on a daily basis. For a more casual dining room, head to Amphora and grab a table on the terrace to enjoy the sea views. Open for breakfast and dinner, Amphora serves local and international buffet breakfasts and themed dinners. For an authentic taverna experience book a table at Pelagos which offers shaded outdoor dining overlooking the gardens, pool and sea beyond. Fresh seafood, mezze, pastas and salads are served at lunch and dinner and it is an ideal choice for all members of the family.
Children's menus are available at all of the restaurants at Anassa. Once a week in the Village Square and the Byzantine Chapel there is a traditional celebration giving guests a taste of authentic Cypriot village life with live music and folk dancing. There are four bars to choose from dotted around Anassa, formal or relaxed, inside or out, a chilled glass of champagne will taste delicious whichever setting you choose.