Town Centre Penthouse
Penelope Kizi Court is a complex which is found in the heart of the commercial centre of Larnaca in Hermes Str. The complex is two minutes walk from the beach front of Phinikoudes and the Marina, and from the coffee shops and restaurants and generally to the most important places that Larnaca offers.
This one bedroom apartment on the 4th floor comprises kitchen fitted with all appliances, and patio doors which lead to a covered area for dining on the large terrace. Lounge is furnished with sofa bed for extra sleeping, TV and DVD player. Double aspect patio doors lead to the larger than average terrace, which is rare for town centre complexes. Double bedroom with French doors and ample wardrobe space.
Outside terrace area is furnished with dining table and chairs and sun loungers for private bathing. Views of Larnaca can be fully appreciated from the sun terrace.
This property has 1 bedroom and sleeps 4 people
|Bedroom||1 Double, 1 Pullout||4|
This property has 1 bathroom
|Activities||SailingScuba DivingWalkingWater SkiingSwimmingBeachcombing|
|Kitchen||Fully Equipped Kitchen|
|Outdoor Features||BalconyGarden Chairs|
|Rate Category||Period||Rates||Minimum Stay|
€59 per Night
*** Default rates are subject to change. Please confirm the rates prior to booking.
Property Availability (Next 12 Months)
Please contact the owner directly to confirm availability for your travel dates.
Location Type: Beach
On the edge of Larnaca Bay, the palm-lined seafront of Larnaca town bustles with cafes, tavernas, shops and bars. Historic charm is lent to the scene by its fortress castle, now used as the town's summer cultural centre. Larnaca is an excellent base from which to get to know the central and eastern section of Cyprus, and its proximity to the International Airport and a number of luxury hotels that have been developed along its beautiful sandy beaches make this a popular holiday choice.
Larnaca was originally known as Kition, or Khittim, and legend has it that the first settlement at the spot was founded by Noah's grandson, Khittim. But the name Larnaca probably comes from the Greek word 'Larnax', which means sarcophagus, many of which have been unearthed in this area.