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A New Vision of Urban Leaving

This traditional bourgeois townhouse, built in 1890, has been recently renovated and offers its guests the experience of Mediterranean urban holidays, living in the center of our small town of Paphos, Cyprus.

The long history of Paphos offers visitors places full of discoveries, historical references from the Pre-historic to Hellenistic and Roman times, from the Byzantine to the Frankish/Lousignian-Venitian times and the crusades to the Ottoman and British rule till today.

Managing Director

The Hotel

Casa Mespilea

Casa Mespilea is right in the old city center of Paphos (Ktima). From the airport to the city its around a 20 minute drive.

Communal Areas

Despite the location of their rooms, all residents are allowed to use all communal areas such as the garden, sitting area, sun and moon deck.

Discoveries

The long history of Paphos offers visitors places full of discoveries, historical references from the Pre-historic period till today.

The Advantages

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Long stays over a week

Guests booked for over 7 days are entitled of room cleaning, linen and towel replacement, additional toiletries and cosmetics every 3 days.

Free Wi-Fi Available

Free Wi-Fi to stay in touch with your loved ones back home

House Keeper Services

Laundry and ironing are available between 12.00-16.00 at a low cost per wash.

Free Cancellation Anytime

If cancelled up to 30 days before arrival, no cancellation fees will apply.

Rooms & Suites

Chem Mamma Bistro

Explore Pafos

“Palia Ilektriki” Cultural Center

The prolonged and substantial lack of a modern place for cultural events, in conjunction with the creation of the Municipal Gallery in 2006, led to the creation of a cultural center in the renovated “Palia Ilektriki” (Old Powerhouse). The rationale for adopting the idea is to create an affordable and functional work of cultural infrastructure through which to regenerate and support various areas of cultural activity and development of the city.