EXCLUSIVES WITH YOUR BOOKING
Booking through Total Management will entitle you to the following
- Upgrade at time of arrival, subject to availability
- Complimentary Continental breakfast for two daily for duration of the stay
- Choice of $100 USD equivalent Food & Beverage credit to be utilised during stay OR a complimentary 30 minute massage for up to two people, per room, once during stay
- Early Check-in/Late Check-out, subject to availability
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
At the Hotel
This resort’s features include the Thalassa Spa, a picturesque garden, library, jacuzzi, indoor and outdoor pools, and direct access to a secluded beach. For more active pastimes, take advantage of the tennis court, watersports, sailing and golf, or get involved in an Anassa cocktail or cooking class. The resort also offers a business centre and separate pool and mini club for children.
Food & Drink
Local, seasonal produce reigns supreme across the different restaurants; From fine dining at Helios and casual chic al fresco meals at Amphora, to Pelagos, the al fresco taverna with a lava stone grill and Asian-inspired dining at Basiliko. There is a weekly Beach BBQ as well as a Cypriot village fair, offering a traditional buffet with live music and folk dancing. There are plenty of stylish bars for guests to enjoy a chilled glass of wine or fruity cocktail and light snacks. Indulge in a private picnic with the Anassa deluxe picnic hamper, available to enjoy wherever guests please.
Having recently unveiled its 166 newly renovated suites, garden studio suites, junior villas, and villas, all accommodations are well-appointed with tasteful décor and customised furnishings made by local artisans.
Only a one minute walk from the beach, the secluded location of Anassa Hotel is set amidst unforgettable scenic surrounds. Take the car for a 5-minute drive to explore the small village of Latchi, or boat down the coastline and explore the famous Blue Lagoon. There are numerous historic sites nearby, including the city of Kourion that was inhabited in the early Bronze Age and the incredible mosaics of Paphos dating back to 2 AD.