A new look at Azia Resort & Spa following renovation

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Pafos’ Azia Resort & Spa has been renovated and restructured to offer guests a renewed and fresh experience at the five-star hotel.

 

In addition to the new refreshed look at the property a new website has also been launched to reflect the latest services and facilities online.

 

Rooms at Azia Resort & Spa have been designed to offer a light and airy feel and have been constructed using only natural materials like hemp, linen, local stone, rope, and local woods such as olive tree wood.

 

For dining restaurants at the hotel each offer a distinctive theme and décor. All fresh produce at Azia Resort & Spa comes from its own plantation.

 

Spa enthusiasts at Azia Resort & Spa can experience services and facilities that include; private hammam, chromatotheraphy, hot stone therapy, hydrotherapy, aromatherapy, reflexology, sauna, steam bath, massage, whirlpool spa, beauty treatments, and a hair salon.

 

Daily activities, with separate clubs for infants and older children, teenagers and adults, in addition to varied evening entertainment, is on offer to suit all tastes and ages. All new clubs are complimentary for guests.

 

Azia Resort & Spa’s kids programme has been designed for children between 2.5 and 12 years old, and includes a number of indoor and outdoor activities throughout the day and evening.

 

The kids club is supervised by a qualified carer throughout the season. In the evening, little guests can dance at their dedicated Kids disco and also watch their favourite movies.

 

For families a baby crèche for very small guests (six months to 2.5 years) is available.

 

Teens also have their own space at the Azia Resort & Spa through a dedicated kids club just for them. Some of the activities for teen visitors include a Film Academy and the Teens Only Night Club (13 to 18 years old) with video-game stations, an Internet corner, music, disco lights, movies, and more.

 

For guests wanting to get away from the hustle and bustle, ‘special places’ have been designated where guests can enjoy doing little or nothing at all.