The Quality Lodge, BW Premier Collection is a fully renovated property consisting of 26 ultra-modern apartments. Located in a quiet and peaceful area that is within walking distance to the beach, local restaurants, bars & cafes. This contemporary property provides stylish comfort, a warm welcome and a rewarding stay for guests of all ages. Suitable for both leisure, family and business travelers alike.
Exercise facility Open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Our Fitness Center features the latest in cardio equipment
Weight lifting equipment Operating hours 07:00 hrs - 19.00 hrs. The use of the gym is not allowed to children under the age of 16 without parental guidance.
Stationary bike Operating hours 07:00 hrs - 19.00 hrs. The use of the gym is not allowed to children under the age of 16 without parental guidance.
Treadmill Operating hours 07:00 hrs - 19.00 hrs. The use of the gym is not allowed to children under the age of 16 without parental guidance.
24-hour front desk
Multilingual staff speaks English and Greek
Foreign currency exchange For foreign currency exchange please see our Reception Desk. A small charge is made to cover our bank handling fees. The daily exchange rates are displayed at the Reception Desk.
Guest laundry 24hours request for cleaning, charges per item
Late check out subject to availability with a charge
Safe deposit box
Doctor on call
Playground Children's play ground area
Children's activities Children's play ground and swimming pool area.
Cable or satellite television Free International TV Channels in all rooms
Fax services Please contact our reception desk.
Mail services Additional charges
Elevator, wheelchair accessible
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Cable or satellite television remote control
Iron, ironing board available Available upon request
4 kilometer(s) from Oroklini Town Hall, The Community Council of Oroklini Working hours are from Monday to Friday 07:30 hrs until 15:00 hrs
7 kilometer(s) from Larnaca Municipality, The Larnaca Municipality Working hours are from Monday to Friday 07:30 hrs until 15:00 hrs
7 kilometer(s) from Banks & Financial centers, All banks and other financial centers can be found in the city center of Larnaca.
7.5 kilometer(s) from Ayios Lazaros Church, One of the most high profile attractions in town, Saint Lazarus is the patron saint of Larnaca. The church was erected over his tomb in the 9th century and was restored in the 17th century. The churchyard contains a Byzantine museum and a small cemetery.
38 kilometer(s) from Stavrovouni Monastery, Stavrovouni Monastery is a Greek Orthodox monastery which stands on the top of a hill called Stavrovouni in Cyprus, it is sometimes simply known as Stavrovouni. The monastery is one of the few places where one can see a piece of the Holy Cross. Stavrovouni Monastery was founded by Saint Helena (Saint Constantine's mother) in around 327–329 AD and therefore it is one of the oldest monasteries in the world.
15 kilometer(s) from Salt Lake, Larnaca's Salt Lake is a nature reserve and during the spring months, large flocks of flamingos and ducks can be easily seen. During summer, the waters evaporate, leaving a crusty white layer of shimmering salt in their place. The Salt Lake has a walking trail, which also leads to the Hala Sultan Tekke and makes a lovely afternoon stroll
15 kilometer(s) from Hala Sultan Tekke, Right by the lovely salt lake and situated in green grounds, the mosque was built in 1816 over the tomb of Umm Haram, said to be a relative of the Prophet Mohammed.
32 kilometer(s) from Camel Park Mazotos, As you walk into the Park, you will understand that this is truly a day out for the family. There are play areas for the children, games and so much more. The Camel Park is a place where all can also learn about other animals that live here such as ostriches, goats, deer’s, ponies, wallabies, lamas, turtles, fish, a lot of birds and many more.The Camel Park also offers the great opportunity of riding a camel around the park and having a great memorable picture taken.
7.2 kilometer(s) from Pierides Arch.Museum, This fantastic museum, set in a restored 18th-century mansion, houses a remarkable private exhibition of Cypriot antiquities, originally collected by Demetrios Pierides (1811-1895), a Cypriot scholar and archaeologist, and further enriched by members of his family. The museum was founded in 1839 and holds 2,500 exhibits, which range from the Neolithic to the medieval period.
In the first room, Neolithic pottery and various representations of goddesses, along with bowls used in rituals can be seen. Room Two contains more pottery with pictures of birds and fish, as well as figurines used in religious rites. Room Three includes jugs from the site at Marion, alabaster vases, and a mask on the wall, and Room Four has pottery from the medieval period and a collection of glass, as well as some jewelry.
7.5 kilometer(s) from Larnaca Fort & Museum, Right on the edge of Larnaca's seaside promenade, this Ottoman era fort, built in 1625, was used as the Ottoman's main line of defence for the city. It stands on the site of a much earlier medieval fort of which nothing remains. During the British colonial period, the fort was turned into a prison. Today, it's home to Larnaca's small Medieval Museum and displays a small collection of weaponry as well as some great black-and-white photographs of the local area. Climbing up onto the ramparts offers good views across the Mediterranean Sea.
12 kilometer(s) from Kamares Aqueduct, Built in 1746, this impressive aqueduct on the outskirts of town provided Larnaca's water supply until the 1930s. Once part of a complicated water engineering system that used a combination of tunnels as well to deliver water into the town, it was constructed under orders of the local Ottoman governor and styled on typical Roman era aqueducts. Today, the still sturdy 33 arches rambling across the green fields are an impressive sight.
48 kilometer(s) from Cape Greco, One of the most stunning panoramas on the whole island, and definitely the prettiest coastal hike, Cape Greco, between Agia Napa and the town of Protaras, is the most southerly point of Cyprus and has a fantastic hiking trail that takes you across the cliffs, right to the island's southern tip. The entire area is a national park and there are handy benches placed at look out points, so you can sit and admire the views.
The coastal trail begins in central Agia Napa town, and you simply head south on Kryou Nerou Street until the trailhead of the path. The entire path takes three and a half hours to walk. As well as the coastal path, wildflower enthusiasts may want to explore the various other hiking trails that branch off from the main path, where a multitude of wild orchids grow in the spring.
50 kilometer(s) from Lefkara Village, Famous for its lace production, the village of Lefkara, west of Larnaca, is a delightful place to explore, full of wonderfully preserved mansion architecture, quaint cafés, and a bundle of lace shops where local women sit in the sun outside creating new lace pieces for sale. Lefkara lace gets its fame from the local story that Leonardo da Vinci bought a piece of lace here in 1481 to be used as an altar cloth in Milan's cathedral. When you've finished shopping, the winding alleys lead you to Lefkara Local Museum, which contains dioramas of traditional local life and is brimming with information on the village's history.
42 kilometer(s) from Choirokoitia, These cylindrical mud brick houses perched high on a hillside between Larnaca and Limassol have been proudly included on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Dating back to the Neolithic period and marking the first examples of community dwellings on the island, visitors can get a real feel for life centuries ago.
52 kilometer(s) from Tent of Kalavassos, One of the most important Neolithic sites in Cyprus, this dates back to 7000 BC. Inhabited since the early Stone Age, the settlement is surrounded by walls and consists of a compound of circular mud brick buildings.
hotel Resaurant, on premises, Full Service, International, , open throughout the day
7 kilometer(s) from Uclan, Uclan - University of Central Lancashire Pyla, Cyprus
50 kilometer(s) from University of Cyprus, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus
55 kilometer(s) from European University, European University Nicosia, Cyprus
7 kilometer(s) from Larnaca, Larnaca, Cyprus
38 kilometer(s) from Ayia Napa, Ayia Napa, Cyprus
48 kilometer(s) from Protaras, Protaras, Cyprus
55 kilometer(s) from Nicosia, Nicosia, Cyprus
70 kilometer(s) from Limassol, Limassol, Cyprus
120 kilometer(s) from Troodos, Troodos, Cyprus
143 kilometer(s) from Paphos, Paphos, Cyprus
7 kilometer(s) from Larnaca center, Although one of the smaller towns of the island, Larnaca has developed an exciting shopping center along its Foinikoudes beach front and its surroundings, with modern boutiques and international fashion brands with plenty of choices for visitors. Larnaca is also where you will find a good selection of Cypriot products made in the region but also across the island such as handmade lace, silver-work, pottery and jewellery.
45 kilometer(s) from My Mall Nicosia, Contemporary mall offering modern boutiques and international fashion brands with plenty of choices for visitors, restaurants, a movie theater, kiddies rides & an arcade.
55 kilometer(s) from Nicosia Mall, Modern multi-story shopping complex featuring an atrium, many dining options & a grocery store and with modern boutiques and international fashion brands with plenty of choices for visitors.
87 kilometer(s) from My Mall Limassol, MY MALL Limassol is a modern center and has attract some of the world’s leading retail brands. It has established as one of the leading retail destination of the island of Cyprus, integrating food, high-street fashion, leisure, entertainment and more.
15.3 kilometer(s) from Larnaca International Airport