- Almyra’s brand new Childrens club is now open in time for the Easter holidays
- The dedicated clubhouse features specially designed spaces and an exciting activity schedule, catering to four separate age groups
- The perfect year-round family retreat for guaranteed sunshine, with 340 days of sun each year
Almyra hotel has unveiled an all-new Explorers Children’s Club, providing parents with unparalleled childcare facilities and activity programmes in Paphos, Cyprus.
Located beside the hotel’s playground, the brand-new clubhouse is designed to meet the demands
of mini adventurers. The building comprises four rooms focused around a central play area, with
direct access to the outdoor facilities. Bringing the new space to life, a pastel palette imbues a sense
of calm whilst the colours are playful and fun. The clubhouse features separate rooms for different
age groups, each with its own design, equipment and dedicated activities tailored to guests from
four months to 13 years. Soft play has been subtly woven into the design to encourage younger
guests who are starting their first steps in climbing, balancing and exploring. The Pioneers space,
for ages 8 – 13, is more grown-up, featuring game tables from air hockey to table football as well
as Almyra’s custom made interactive gaming system.
Activities are bespoke to each group and include an introduction to Cypriot baking for guests aged
3-5 years, adventures within the local Cypriot culture for those in the 5-8 age groups, and dedicated
pottery classes and lots of physical sports activities for those aged 8 – 13. Additionally, parents with
young children aged 4 months to 3 years are welcome to kick back and relax as experienced
nannies go above and beyond to adapt to their child’s routine, taking charge of both play and nap
time in a specially designed sleep room.
The new clubhouse builds upon Almyra’s world-class family-focused amenities and activity
programmes, in cooperation with the leading luxury family tour operator Scott Dunn. The hotel
features a wide range of family rooms and interconnecting suites, heated swimming pools with
shallow play areas, creative children’s menus at each of the four hotel restaurants, as well as
outdoor activities including tennis lessons, mountain biking, eco-tours, pony treks, fishing trips, gokarts,
and sailing excursions, ensuring these budding adventurers are fully catered for.