AMARA Sneak Peek: Eternally Yours
Elusive, exclusive, eternally yours: derived from the Greek word Amarantos meaning ‘everlasting’, it is no wonder that the AMARA is poised to serve as a promise for all of its guests, of the art of living luxuriously and beholding the infinite in all of its glory.
Preparing to make its grand entry upon the stage of the island’s most revered accommodation options in 2018, the AMARA is designed as being a hotel masterpiece, nestled near to the famed royal Ancient kingdom of Amathus in Limassol.
An ultra-deluxe sanctuary – complete with a signature spa, indulgent restaurants with world renowned celebrity chefs, a grand ballroom for special occasions, and palatial infinity pool – the AMARA will afford guests a stay of infinite luxury and wonder.
Home to some 207 artfully appointed spacious guestrooms and suites, as well as one and two-bedroom apartments, all accommodation options are embellished with a unique and awe-inspiring 180-degree view of the sea.
With the discerning traveller firmly in mind – be they visiting for business or pleasure, alone or with their family in tow – AMARA’s accommodation options are abundantly expansive, with room areas starting at 45m2, and one-bedroom residential units starting at 90m2, within which guests may create their home away from home.
Further to a lavish sleeping area embellished with a sumptuous King or Queen-size bed, each room features a sophisticated seating room, elegant en-suite marble bathroom, hardwood veneer fitted wardrobes, and a private balcony.
Attention to every conceivable detail has been afforded to ensure that comfort and convenience are at the forefront of each guest’s stay. Insulated flooring to ensure amelioration of noise transmission, atmospheric automated mood lighting, motorised curtains controlled at the touch of a button, a lighting control system via personal wireless devices, a smart TV (which can be paired with personal devices), and plugs with USB ports: the list is endless.
In keeping with AMARA’s overarching ambiance, its accommodation options have been inspired by Cyprus’ intricate heritage, steeped in multi-layered cultural influences, and architectural nuances expressive of the island’s pastoral past. Natural edge wood and marble vanity stations, woven benches, white shutter walls, blue, watercolour-effect features, and sliding glass doors allowing for an abundance of natural light unite in the creation of a simple, subtle, and sublime sanctuary.