At October Half Term we were lucky enough to spend 6 nights in Cyprus, 3 nights at the Amathus Beach Hotel and 3 nights at the Four Seasons Cyprus, both based on the beach front just outside Limassol.
The Four Seasons Limassol is a five star deluxe hotel which prides itself on being at pinnacle of luxury & style, combining impeccable facilities with world class hospitality and service.
On the morning we left Amathus Beach Hotel we decided to head out to the Apeshia Hills Donkey Sanctuary before checking into the Four Seasons and you can see our review here. Save to say the kids had a fabulous morning.
On arrival at the Four Seasons my first impressions were amazement. The entrance lobby is designed to impress and impress it does. The staff were attentive and kind, and very apologetic that our rooms weren’t yet ready, despite us arriving way before the 4pm check in time. Our luggage was swiftly taken away from us, drinks given and instructions on where to change so we could use the pool. The girls required this information within minutes of us arriving as they were desperate to dive in.
The large pool at the Four Seasons, with more sunbeds than you could count, was impressive. By 2pm in the afternoon it was pretty full around the side but the pool staff helped us find sunbeds and didn’t worry that we didn’t have a room number for towels as our name was on the list. I liked this attention to detail.
We spent the rest of the afternoon at the pool watching the girls play on the waterslide (this is a new hotel obsession) and jump into the pool countless times. The only reason they got out was because I saw a lady setting up at the side of the pool to do pottery painting which they really enjoyed.
Having finished pottery painting they decided they wanted to see what the kids club was like. For me this is where I struggled with the Four Seasons for the age of my girls at 6 and 5. My girls love a good kids club, they enjoy the break from the sun and the chance to do a lot of craft. They like the chance to dip in and out of the clubs when it suits them.
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