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Postby olgaesplai » Fri Jul 18, 2008 4:53 pm

my sister are going to visit Larnaca with her child...we are looking for a hotel near the center...(but not opposite the city's beach)...
i have found Flamingo beach...it seems to be near and not so loudy..is it near Ku de ta?
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Postby Sotos » Sat Jul 19, 2008 1:41 am

What is Ku de ta?
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Postby olgaesplai » Sat Jul 19, 2008 3:11 pm

kU DE TA - is a very nice cafe-restaurant in Larnaca...on the sea-side...i think is also a club
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Re: Flamingo hotel

Postby kafenes » Sat Jul 19, 2008 4:06 pm

olgaesplai wrote:my sister are going to visit Larnaca with her child...we are looking for a hotel near the center...(but not opposite the city's beach)...
i have found Flamingo beach...it seems to be near and not so loudy..is it near Ku de ta?


olgaesplai, the Flamingo is about 3 kilometers from the Larnaca sea front. It is more then 20 minutes walk and with a child, a little longer. In general it is a 'good value for money' hotel.


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Postby olgaesplai » Sat Jul 19, 2008 5:32 pm

thank you ...just most of hotels located in the center ..they are so loud...but i remember that some of them are a bit far but possible to walk ...and maybe it take 15 min to come to the center
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Postby Agios Ionas » Mon Jul 21, 2008 11:29 am

Flamingo Hotel is located between Sveltos Hotel and Adonis Hotel right in front of Makenzie Beach. The street used to be called Makenzie Street when I lived at Atalanta Court ages ago. I think the street has a new name now, a name which I can't remember at the moment. If my memory serves me well there's a pool on the roof. It used to be a pretty nice hotel back in the early 80's. I was outside a couple of weeks ago and it still looks decent. But I have no idea what the inside is like and what the rooms are like.

I reckon it's a 20 minute walk to the fort. You must walk a one way road (from Sea Front/Finikoudes Beach to Makenzie) with virtually no room for pedestrians. Depending on the age of the child this can be a problem. The traffic can be a 'bit' busy sometimes. Make sure the child is being supervised accordingly to avoid accidents.

Since it's close to the airport you might find the noise annoying. The airplanes will virtually pass over your head when you're at the beach.

There are several hotels and apartments in the area. About halfway to the fort you have Lordos Apartments where you used to be able to rent on a weekly basis. But I think they're being rebuilt to be sold as exclusive apartments with sea view. Maybe someone else knows more.
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Postby olgaesplai » Wed Jul 23, 2008 4:41 pm

Agios Ionas, thank you very much for information....i see that i confused...i thought that Flamingo is not so far...
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