Artemis Cynthia Complex

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Artemis Cynthia Complex is a popular apartment hotel situated in the heart of Kato Paphos, perfect for those seeking a relaxing vacation in a centrally located spot.

The complex boasts four large outdoor pools and one children’s pool, a reception desk, a small fitness center, and well-maintained and clean apartments with full kitchens.

Additionally, there’s a supermarket nearby where you can find fresh produce, as well as a couple of kiosks, and even a pharmacy.

Room Options

The complex boasts a variety of accommodation options suitable for all types of guests, ranging from solo travelers to couples and families.

For smaller groups, there are spacious one-bedroom apartments featuring a sun terrace, while larger families of up to six members can opt for two-bedroom apartments with a living area and two balconies.

All apartments are outfitted with modern amenities including air conditioning, a television, Free Wi-Fi (available both indoors and outdoors), a washing machine, a fridge, cooking hobs, a dining area, and kitchen utensils.

On the other hand, daily room cleaning and towel and linen changes aren’t provided as standard, although these services can be arranged for an extra fee.

With that said, it’s advisable to plan ahead for essentials like laundry detergent, dish soap, and other similar items.

Hotel Facilities

The hotel features four large and well-maintained swimming pools, including another one specifically designed for young guests.

Pool towels, by the way, can be borrowed from the reception desk.

Within the premises, there’s also a fitness room equipped with weights, cardio machines, and a punching bag. In addition, you have the option to rent bicycles.

However, it’s important to mention that there’s no spa on-site. In case you’re looking for indulgent massages, you can book a visit at the spa center located at the nearby Elysia Park hotel.

Dining and Bars

Keep in mind that this complex, like many others in Paphos, doesn’t provide meals. Luckily, there are several inviting dining options just a short stroll away:

  • Elysia Breeze – A lounge bar next to Elysia Park which serves a buffet-style breakfast and a diverse menu for lunch and dinner. To be honest, we’re mostly there for the passionfruit daiquiri.
  • Pambis Diner – A lovely restaurant featuring live music on some evenings. Not only are there special menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but they’re also conveniently located just around 700 meters away.
  • Tasty Fast Food & Lounge – If you’re in the mood for something quick and affordable like gyros, salad, or tuna sandwich, this spot is perfect. You can either dine in or opt for takeout.

If you prefer the comfort of your apartment, you can have food delivered right to your doorstep through Wolt or Foody.

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How to Get to Artemis Cynthia Complex


There isn’t a direct bus route from Paphos Airport to Artemis Cynthia Complex.

If you decide to use public transport, you’ll have to take two bus routes: route 612 to Tombs of the Kings bus station, and then route 603 or 603B to the complex.

The bus stops near Elysia Park (across from the Aesthetics Fitness Club GOLD), from where it’s about a 750-meter walk to Artemis Cynthia.

Similarly, route 603, which passes close to the fitness center, heads directly to Kings Avenue Mall, whereas the bus on the opposite side of the road travels to Paphos Old Town.

Just be sure not to hop on route 603B, unless you’re aiming for Neon Mall.

To get to Paphos Harbor and the promenade, you’ll need to catch route 603 and switch to route 611 at the Tombs of the Kings bus station (across from McDonald’s), which also goes to Aphrodite Water Park and the Luna Park.


We recommend booking a taxi in advance rather than picking one up at the airport.

A taxi ride from Paphos Airport to Artemis Cynthia Complex will cost anywhere between 28-35 euros. From Larnaca Airport, the fare ranges from 120-140 euros.

Within the city, a taxi ride usually costs 10-12 euros.


Since taxis in Cyprus are relatively expensive and there’s no direct public transportation from the airport to Artemis Cynthia Complex, renting a car is often a cheaper and more convenient option.

If necessary, there’s also free parking available inside the complex.

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