The Forest Park Hotel is one of the traditionally well-know hotels in Cyprus. It is an imposing building standing in its delightful grounds in the fringe of the pine forest. The striking panoramas over mountain and sea are a never - failing pleasure to the eye.The hotel is shaped in two three-store buildings with 20-acres of private forest and gardens. It includes 137 rooms of which 117 are Standard rooms (97 Double, 14 Double bedded, 6 Single) 13 Superior rooms and 7 Chalet Suites.Standing in its delightful grounds in the fringe of the pine forest. The striking panoramas over mountain and sea are a never-failing pleasure to the eye. This Hotel has a style of its own. Deep in the heart of the Troodos yet only 35 minutes from the wonderful beaches and Mediterranean Sea.
Forest Park Hotel is suitable for for individuals and families and offers a variety of amenities to it's guests. All the amenities can be found on the list belowLocation It is situated deep in the heart of the Troodos woodland, in Pano Platres thus offering excellent opportunities for long walks or relaxation. Pano Platres is the most renowned mountain summer resort of Cyprus. Situated on the southern slopes of Troodos only 40km from Limassol. Pano Platres is a very old village listed among the 119 villages that belonged to the Limassol district in the times of the Francs (1192 - 1489).TravelInformationDistance to town center: 37 kmDistance to Larnaca Airport: 117 kmTransfer time to/from Airport: 2 hDistance to Paphos Airport: 90 kmTransfer time to/from Airport: 1 h 15 minDistance to nearest beach: 55 kmArea Information/Places of InterestPlatres at 1200 metres above sea level amidst a forest of fragrant pines, in the heart of the Troodos Mountains, is Cyprus' most popular mountain resort. Looking down towards the southern coast of the island it provides a welcoming retreat from the busier coastal resorts and is an ideal base from which to explore the region. The village offers a variety of facilities including a number of tavernas, bars, restaurants, mini-markets & souvenir shops, banks, a post office, the areas' Tourism Organisation information office, and a disco. The visitors to Platres in addition to a relaxing, rejuvenating holiday come to enjoy a variety of pursuits such as walking, bicycling, bird watching, painting, wild flowers, geology, and visiting the Byzantine churches. In the winter months skiing in the nearby Troodos ski centre is available