Hotels in Nicosia offer history and modernity
Cyprus' capital sits in a geographically strategic location; straddled between Europe, the Middle East and Africa. It also is the world's last divided capital city, with the historic Green Line slicing the city into Northern Cyprus and the Republic of Cyprus. An abundance of foreign expatriates and international students add to Nicosia's distinctly cosmopolitan vibe while retaining traditional Greek Cypriot elements. A hotel in Nicosia won't disappoint business travellers who choose this city on the next trip.
Why should I visit Nicosia on my business trip?
A city with European, Balkan and Middle Eastern influences is an exciting prospect for business travellers. Nicosia is home to numerous hotels designed to meet the needs of jet-setting business personnel. In addition to conference facilities and business suites, on-site rejuvenation such as saunas and spas are the perfect way to unwind after a day's work. Or you can visit the legendary Hamam Omerye spa in the Old City. Efficient public transportation ensures that you can get around the city easily, but the compact Old City is where most attractions are. Nicosia's kebab houses and sandwich kiosks are perfect for a quick bite while on the run. Meanwhile, a profusion of friendly clubs, bars and pubs ensure that post-work hours are well spent.
What does Nicosia propose for the business traveller?
Cyprus is a favoured destination for Holding companies owing to a corporate tax rate of around 12.5%, which is the lowest in the European Union (EU). Nicosia is the financial and administrative capital of Cyprus, and a popular destination for international trade fairs conferences in venues such as the Cyprus International Fair Grounds and Famagusta Gate Moat. Business blends well with culture and tourism in Nicosia.
What else can I enjoy when I book a hotel in Nicosia?
Nicosia's lack of tourist-packed beaches has worked in favour for business travellers who want to enjoy an authentic Cypriotic sojourn. Venture from your hotel in Nicosia and walk through the Old Town's narrow walkways. The pedestrianised Laiki Geitonia neighbourhood and Ledra street have interesting architecture to admire. For a lesson in antiquity, visit the Cyprus Museum. Fans of Orthodox history shouldn't miss the Byzantine Museum. The Nicosia Municipal Theatre is a stunning 1200-seat, neoclassical theatre and an excellent place to spend an evening. An unforgettable business excursion awaits with a hotel in timeless Nicosia.