Paradisos Hills Hotel, a quiet hotel in Paphos, Cyprus, offers a unique holiday experience, providing peace and tranquillity at the edge of the forest. Yet it is within walking distance of the traditional mountain village of Lysos, and 14 kilometres from the beaches of Polis Chrysochous and the legendary Akamas Peninsula.
The Lysos area in Paphos is well known for its scenic views, adventurous mountainbike and walking trails, and exotic wildlife, while at the same time being a quiet place for a peaceful holiday.
Paradisos Hills Hotel offers 27 spacious rooms. All of the hotel rooms are fully furnished in high fashion and equipped with every modern hotel amenity. Paradisos Hills Hotel also offers spectacular dining options and a vast array of amazing facilities.
When it comes to those unforgettable occasions, Paradisos Hills Hotel has the right mix of old world charm and real world class to make your wedding event unique and special. We cater for weddings of all sizes. Paradisos Hills Hotel is the perfect place for your dream wedding.
The hotel is just 45 kilometres from the tourist resort of Paphos and Paphos International Airport.
Lysos is a traditional mountain village in Cyprus located only 14 km from the seaside town Polis Chrysochous and a 45 km drive from Paphos. This picturesque mountain village is famous for its efforts to maintain the beauty and the traditions of Cyprus.
In various locations around Lysos there are many remarkable landmark churches such as the church of Ayios Georgios built in the 13th century were frescoes of Saint Mama can be found and is still protected by the antiquitys department. Churches such as Panayia Chryselousa constructed at the end of the 15th century with Byzantine and Gothic elements, Profitis Elias, Ayios Constantinos, Ayios Charalambos and the country church of Archangel Michael provide for a unique perspective of the village history.
With an abundance of natural water Lysos was used in Cyprus as an industrial area for the melting of metals. The fountain located by the church and built in the 1900's was made entirely of stone including the five taps of which were used to supply fresh drinking water.Take the tour