The Coral Beach Hotel and Resort offers an ideal holiday spot for visitors to Cyprus with its 424 elegantly furnished rooms and an extensive range of facilities.
The resort which borders the pristine Akamas Peninsula in Paphos, says that while its primary target is the leisure market which provides 65 per cent of its guests annually, it also taps into the growing conference and meetings sector which now accounts for 35 per cent of its customer profile.
A 500-metre natural sandy beach, indoor swimming pool, water sports and dive centre, all weather tennis courts, a choice of restaurants and night club as well as an arts and crafts centre are some of the leisure facilities guests can enjoy at Coral Beach.
For conference organisers, the Akamas International Conference Centre can accommodate large or small conferences or incentives groups.
The centre offers 7,500 sq m of meeting space incorporating over 20 flexible break-out or syndicate rooms with natural daylight.
"The Akamas is the largest and most flexible, column-free, mufti-purpose room with a clear ceiling height of over 5 metres. It can be divided quickly into three sound-proof rooms with independent air-conditioning, lighting and communications," said marketing director George Gabrielides.
"Each divided room has a separate entrance from the foyer and conference reception. The Akamas has a purpose-built stage and three simultaneous translation booths which can double up as a technical gallery."
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