A Healthy-Eating Breakfast Buffet at the Best Hotels In Nicosia!

Healthy-eating, the Mediterranean diet and boutique lifestyle! A powerful triple bill that has come to redefine the hotel experience among a new generation of global traveller. Not least, in the Cyprus capital! In recent years, the best hotels in Nicosia have continued to work tirelessly to always ensure they offer a breakfast buffet menu sought by guests who increasingly have adopted a healthy-eating lifestyle.

Furthermore, holidaymaker and business traveller alike may simply not want to abandon their healthy-eating routines. In many ways, visitors to Cyprus often seek to increase their dietary knowledge and experience of the Mediterranean diet. It’s variety of dishes are daily prepared with fruits and salad vegetables, nuts, grains and infused with lemon and olive oil, well-seasoned with a variety of herbs.

A recent report of more than 800 collected medical studies, clearly shows that those people who eat a Mediterranean-type diet every day are “less prone to chronic disease, stroke or heart attack, and more likely to remain mentally alert”.

Guests actually thinking about eating breakfast when booking

However, it is the importance of the hotel breakfast, which appears to be a major determining factor in whether a guest will proceed with booking an accommodation, according to a recent hotel.com survey. It’s so important that guests are actually thinking about what they will be eating for breakfast when they book their reservation. Nearly a half (42 per cent) in a Google consumer survey admitted that the “hotel feature they most looked forward to” was eating breakfast!

A traditional Cyprus breakfast typically consists of olives, juicy tomatoes, baby cucumbers, fried/grilled halloumi (mixed goat and sheep’s milk), eggs and lountza (cured pork tenderloin). This is further accompanied by fresh, sesame-seed covered bread, Anari (soft Cyprus cheese) or yogurt with fresh fruit drizzled with honey.

Extended the traditional continental breakfast

However, it is likely to be the “inclusive” help-yourself, buffet breakfast, which has extended the traditional continental breakfast beyond the basic bread basket selection, accompanied by coffee or tea. Today, you may also find a selection of cereals and muesli, toast, muffins, croissants, waffles, pancakes, pastries and bagels. Plus, the necessary condiments such as butter, cream, several types of cheeses, jam and jelly. Many buffet breakfast also offer eggs, mostly boiled or scrambled, cold meats even grilled sausages.

Today, providing fruit as the healthier option increasingly takes centre stage on the serving counter. Typically, there will be apples and bananas, but also more often, melon, pears, grapes, and an assortment of berries. No mention of hotel breakfast is complete without the fruit juice. Where once the choice was simply orange or apple, today options often include cranberry, grapefruit, and grape juice too.


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Boutique Nicosia Accommodation – Choice of Real Estate Professionals At 4-Day Expo

The Annual Global Housing and Real Estate Summit and Expo is due to take place in Cyprus, 25–28 Nov 2019. Amongst the many conferences and business events, for which delegates continually arrive on the island to attend, it is arguably, the property sector that is the biggest attraction for global investors.

Naturally, for these kinds of high end occasions, the best hotels in Nicosia tend to be booked, especially by executive guests who expect the boutique lifestyle and experiences offered by premium Nicosia accommodation.

One of the faster growing economies in Europe

Recording an annual 3.9 per cent increase in GDP, Cyprus is recognised as one of the faster growing economies in Europe. A leading role is continued to be played by the real estate sector, contributing nearly 40 per cent of the annual growth rate and 16 per cent towards the Cypriot economy, according to the KPMG Cyprus Real Estate Market Report, 2018. The report also shows that the number of building permits issued over the last year has continued its rising trend – up by 12 per cent – with Nicosia issuing the highest number at 37 per cent.

It’s increasingly clear that the various Government incentives have led to a surge in demand, principally from overseas investors, with measures such as, the abolition of immovable property taxes, schemes for permanent residency and naturalisation of investors by exception. KPMG also say that the volume of transactions for high value residential properties above €1million euros rose by 27 per cent.

Meet with leading real estate experts

The Global Housing and Real Estate Summit and Expo, organised by FOW world Properties, is headlined as “Shelter for Humanity”. The event is aimed at ‘principal solution’ contributors and the most influential real estate professionals from the private and public sector including, investment brokers, high net-worth principals, government agencies and state-run enterprises, building and construction companies, real estate firms and land surveyors.

Over the four days of the expo – including seminars and workshops – delegates will have the opportunity to meet with leading real estate experts and discuss emerging global real estate issues, explore current market opportunities and challenges, and create new partnerships and alliances.

Personalised facilities and guest service

The daily schedule of exploring the exhibition, attending seminars, meetings and appointments can invariably continue late into the night with a non-stop round of receptions, dinners and associated company events. It can be demanding even for veteran attendees.

It’s another very good reason why the experienced executive knows that they can rely on the personalised facilities and guest service of the best boutique hotels to ensure they receive the luxury power sleep they need for the duration of the event.


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The Best Nicosia Accommodation – Distinctive Identity and Memorable Experiences!

Why stay in a boutique hotel? Are they so different from any other small, independent hotel or even in some cases, a chain hotel? All questions that can be asked by anyone thinking of booking best Nicosia accommodation, even it’s only a single room for a couple of nights. The redefinition of the guest ‘experience’ continues to transform the meaning of ‘luxury’ accommodation and the best hotels in Nicosia reflect this dynamic, ongoing trend.

Global hospitality research services, HVS, report that more than half of the world’s hotels are still dominated by large chain brands, and a handful such as the Hilton or the Marriott supply around one in three rooms. Nevertheless, the global traveller increasingly opts for the ‘personalised’ experience. In 2017, the boutique hotel sector grew by 7 per cent, actually outstripping on average, the high-end hotel (The Boutique Hotel Report, STR Global).

A new cohort of the culturally curious

By understanding the individual needs of their guests, each with their own different and sometimes demanding travel schedule, the independent boutique hotel is ‘customer focused’ to provide unique, personalised comfort and relaxation. Since its inception three decades ago, the boutique age of distinctive identity, themed design and décor has whetted the appetite for ‘memorable experiences’ and created a new cohort of the culturally curious.

The explorer traveller is now a ‘state of mind’, even if embarked on a standard business trip. Typically consisting of between 10 and 100 rooms in unusual or unexpected settings, the boutique hotel has the flexibility to be both ‘upscale’ and offer individualised, unique facilities as compelling selling points. From hotel reception to guest room, restaurant, bar, spa and beyond, every attention to design detail and amenity intends to fascinate and satisfy.

The trouser press and 14in TV are no longer enough

It’s no coincidence, therefore, that many of the large global hotel chains have increasingly turned to offering their own boutique style brand facilities as an alternative to the outdated, dull and uninspiring, standard issue rooms. The trouser press, mini bar and 14in TV are no longer enough! As in many areas of modern human existence, technology is increasingly an essential part of any hospitality service. The concept of the ‘intelligent’ room has already begun with the essential fast internet / WiFi connection.

Inspiring boutique hotel experiences get themselves noticed too. One guest’s quiet personal moment of discovery and joy can often be shared among countless numbers on social media. From an unusual room decoration or a stunning balcony view to a local cocktail mix or individual buffet dish. Ultimately, people choose to go boutique because of the service dedication to guest care and attention.


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Best Hotels In Nicosia Prepare for VIP Guests at 15th Cyprus Summit

The 15th Cyprus Summit – “Cyprus Unimpeded? Europe in Need of A New Narrative” – takes place in Nicosia on Mon 4th and Tue 5th November 2019.

The 2-day event, organised by the British weekly news group, the Economist, is always an important annual date, which this year includes a symposium on whether Cyprus will manage to “diversify its economy and become a significant business hub”.

The Summit takes place at the Hilton, however, many of the best hotels in Nicosia will also be putting the final touches in place to ensure the highest level of personalised boutique hotel experience meets and greets key delegates and their entourage when they arrive.

Wide range of “international and regional issues”

Nearly 40 distinguished guest speakers from the worlds of “government, banking and business” as well as CEOs and leading executives from European, US and neighbouring state institutions will be discussing a wide range of “international and regional issues.”

The Summit will be officially opened by Cyprus President, Nicos Anastasiades, addressing the topic, “Cyprus: Creating Solid Foundations For Regional Co-operation”. This will be followed by a talk on Brexit and the EU, given by Jo Johnson, Britain’s former Director of Policy at No.10 Downing Street and brother of current Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.

Further debates scheduled for Day One will include contributions from Nikos Christodoulides, Cyprus Minister of Foreign Affairs, Savvas Angelides, Cyprus Minster of Defence and Judith G. Garber, US Ambassador to Rep. of Cyprus. An Opening Gala Dinner will be addressed by Dr Wess Mitchell, former US assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs.

Impressive “who’s who” of Cypriot speakers

Day Two will primarily focus on tackling key business and trade subjects such as, the “most significant challenges for the global economy and growth”, an update on the banking sector, “global trends in hydrocarbon exploitation” and examining the “strategy for investments in Cyprus and the region”.

An impressive “ministerial who’s who” of Cypriot speakers include, Harris Georgiades Minister of Finance, Georgios Lakkotrypis, Minister of Energy, Commerce and Industry, Constantinos Herodotou Governor, Central Bank of Cyprus and Christodoulos E. Angastiniotis, President, Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The Summit, organised with the collaboration of the European Commission, comes at a pivotal moment in the ongoing economic and financial progress of Cyprus within the European environment. The Cyprus economy grew 3.2 per cent year-on-year in the second quarter of 2019, according the Statistical Service of Cyprus. GDP also expanded 0.8 per cent – higher than the predicted 0.7 per cent – up from a 0.6 per cent in the first quarter.


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