Limassol, Cyprus


Rates from (ex tax)$288.82

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR259.25), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Subtle, soothing and smart


Medside Limassol

Limassol's Londa hotel in Cyprus is a couture escape that wows at every thrilling turn with bespoke details. If its evocative elegance seems fresh, it's because a Milanese design duo has custom-made everything – from the hand-carved headboards down to the Cavallino Carpets – at this modern masterpiece overlooking the Mediterranean.

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A 45-minute 'Relax into Dream Time' full-body massage each


Photos Londa facilities

Need to know


68 rooms and suites.


Noon; the hotel is flexible with the check-out time, subject to availability.


Double rooms from $288.82 (€247), excluding tax at 5 per cent.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR246.90), via, using today’s exchange rate.

More details

Rates include breakfast.


The spa is a mint- and cream-coloured haven, with a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, plunge pool and mini gym (with static bikes, treadmills and exercise balls); there's also a few tented, candlelit outdoor treatment rooms by the pool. Seven spa therapists provide massages (including, Swedish, Chinese acupressure and hot-stone), body scrubs and facials are offered.

At the hotel

Spa, gym, sauna and steam room and Jacuzzi. All rooms and suites have a Nespresso coffee machine, minibar, safe, high-speed internet and telefax access, cordless phone with message facility, satellite TV, personal bathrobe, slippers and hairdryer.

Our favourite rooms

The Sea View Suites have separate spacious living rooms and balconies; five suites have an extra shower room with toilet which makes them good for families. The Honeymoon Suite has a huge round bed in the bedroom and the jacuzzi and shower is divided by a glass partition. There’s also a roomy living room and balcony.


A freshwater infinity pool overlooking the sea, by a tranquil day-bed-strewn deck. There's a snack bar for post-paddle refreshments. There's also a plunge pool and Jacuzzi in the spa.


There is a ‘personal assistant on call’ to fulfil guests’ individual needs efficiently and competently.


Children’s menu and flexibility on when they eat, high chairs. Extra beds available in suites; cost depends on age. Cots for babies are available at no extra charge. Babysitting can be arranged.


Children’s menu and flexibility on when they eat, high chairs. Extra beds available in suites; cost depends on age. Cots for babies are available at no extra charge. Babysitting can be arranged.

Best for

Children of all ages are welcome.

Recommended rooms

The Sea View Suites have separate spacious living rooms and balconies; five suites have an extra shower room with toilet which makes them good for families. Extra beds available in suites; cost depends on age.


The sheltered, sandy beach is in a man-made cove, so its a good spot for children to play; the water's warm – bring arm bands and inflatables.

Swimming pool

The infinity pool is gorgeous, but unsupervised.


There's a children’s menu and flexibility on mealtimes for children. High chairs are available. You can order room service from the Caprice of Mykonos menu until midnight, after which snacks and light bites are still on offer. The poolside bar is a good spot for family dining.


Can be aranged: it costs CY£5 an hour, plus CY£10 to cover the sitter's transport costs.


At this family-friendly hotel, cots for babies are available at no extra charge. Every room has a mini-bar, so you can keep milk or small jars of food chilled. The Londa has hosted christenings.

Food and Drink

Photos Londa food and drink

Top Table

The entire restaurant is treated to a panoramic view of the Mediterranean, but maybe ask for a spot by the window.

Dress Code

Comfortable yet stylish; definitely dress up a little to dine in the restaurant.

Hotel restaurant

Traditional Mediterranean recipes are given a modern blend of flavours and new ideas befitting the extremely stylish setting at Caprice Restaurant. 

Hotel bar

The Caprice Bar offers tempting cocktails and snacks. The ambience changes according to the time of day, serving morning espressos, afternoon tea and then cocktails until 2am, when the resident DJ takes centrestage.

Last orders

Chefs usually take the last orders around 3pm for lunch and 11pm for dinner.

Room service

Guests can order from the Caprice menu in their room until midnight. After that a variety of snacks such as sandwiches, finger food are on offer.


Photos Londa location
72 George A Street, Potamos Yermasoyias, 4048 Limassol


Nearby airports are Larnaca International (a 40-minute drive from the hotel) and Paphos International (50 minutes). Taxis from Larnaca should cost around €60.


There’s free parking at the hotel. Limassol is within walking distance, but taxis can be booked easily or picked up at one of the ranks.


Photos Londa reviews
Louiza Patikas

Anonymous review

Getting to our hotel in Limassol meant sampling the rough charms of Larnaca Airport. On arrival we thought our plane had been rerouted to the Seventies. We spent an enjoyable few minutes at the carousel, watching through the rubber strips while moustachioed baggage handlers took turns to kick seven shades out of the jammed cargo container holding our suitcases.

Soon after signing for our rental car in the bazaar atmosphere of the arrivals hall we were heading west on the motorway, with Mr Smith earnestly exploring the fingertip cruise control, and Mrs Smith looking for any correlation between the road outside and the Everest of maps given to us by the airport tourist office. Cyprus has treasures in abundance, but an odd parsimony when it comes to road signage. Nevertheless, as the sun set we were cruising the Miami-like strip in Limassol, looking for the discreet flag marking the entrance to the our hotel, Londa.

Parked under the towering palms flanking the driveway, we ascended fragrant steps lined with geometrically-manicured herb beds and were blasted with a ravishing view through the ground floor of the Londa. Clean lines and glass walls lead the eye through the stylish bar to the mirror-smooth ultramarine sea beyond. Breathtakingly Zen.

Charming staff greeted us and in no time we were taking in the same view from our balcony – Which was far from the room’s only appeal. Cyprus’ first couture hotel smacks of class. Incredible to imagine that the Milanese design duo, Letizia Caruzzo and Paolo Rancati, have custom-made everything; from the ‘Cavallino’ carpets to the hand-carved headboards. No surprise that their Studio is the Italian fashion designer Gianfranco Ferrè’s first port of call when creating a new boutique. A wall of weaved wood and white-paper screens in the sitting room slid open to reveal the bedroom, where crisp linen and voluptuous pillows met Mrs Smith’s exacting standards. A cheeky green fabric sculpture of an oversized peapod adorned the bed.

Further exploration revealed two bathrooms well-stocked with robes, slippers and Molton Brown’s finest elixirs. The larger bathroom also boasted that item so welcome in a hotel but so derided in a home, the Jacuzzi. Ours was of such capacity that after filling it we half expected to look outside and find the sea empty. We turned the jets on after a few minutes luxuriating and wished we hadn’t been so gung-ho with the bubblebath.

Refreshed and ruddy, we headed down to the bar for a pre-prandial cocktail. The Londa’s general manager, Jochen Niemann, greeted us with warmth and discretion and guided us to a sea-view table. Come sundown, the bar and restaurant are illuminated by concealed lights which twinkle through holes pierced in the Brancusi-esque pillars. The effect is as restful as it is striking. We savoured a brace of flawless mojitos and pored over the menu. The restaurant is operated by the renowned Caprice of Mykonos, and their dishes cleverly blend influences from both ends of the Mediterranean, centring on Italy. 

After an epic night’s sleep, we stumbled down to breakfast and were dazzled by the same dining room in its white daytime livery. A vast spread of goodies was laid out on several tables, and we did our level best to sample the lot. Linen-clad waiters were kept busy fetching shots of Cypriot coffee; a buzz beyond compare.

Mrs Smith bounced to her appointment at the spa, clinging stoically to her theory that spa staff are trained by cult leaders to talk in hypnotherapeutic tones, luring you into buying armfuls of products. Her contrary disposition, usually inclined to bellow in rebellion over the hushed voices was given no such occasion at the Londa Spa. The delightful Dragana’s lively chat and enthusiasm had Mrs Smith leaping onto the comfy bed, conspiracy-free. Supine, after a rigorous scrub and power shower, Mrs Smith was massaged from highlights to nail polish and covered in a firming mask. Cocooned in a heated blanket and left in the dark, the last thing she remembered was the soporific ‘tick tock’ of the timer until Sade, rather aptly, woke her up singing ‘…it never felt this hot before’.

It seemed appropriate after such a soul-lifting experience that this Mrs Smith should seek out her Mr Smith, who was busy investigating the pool area. Another design tour de force; clever use of different levels and varied furnishings creates a seamless transition of indoors to outdoors, of bar to restaurant to poolside, which made a welcome change from most hotels’ ranks of sunloungers resembling field hospitals in disaster areas. After a few lengths, Mr Smith padded the few steps down to the beach, onto sand of the softest variety and into water warmer than the pool. The beach nestles in a man-made cove, secluded from the occasional parasailor or jet skier who dot the horizon during marine rush-hour. Thus cloistered, Mrs Smith felt honour-bound join in.

Mrs Smith so enjoyed her treatment that she decided to find one we could share, and the Four Seasons down the strip obliged with a his ’n’ hers mud extravaganza. Resplendent in disposable paper underwear, we were shown into a steam-pod built for two where we smeared each other with three grades of mud and pretended to be hippos. The experience was more hilarious than sensual, but made for a jolly curtain-raiser to an excellent massage.

It was a Herculean task leaving the hedonist embrace of the Londa but conscious of the embarrassment of riches on the island we set off to visit the ancient city-kingdoms of Kourion and Paphos, where exquisite mosaics and stonework are still being uncovered. A toddler beside us was chuckling fatly at the excavations, ‘Rock! Look, rock!’. We shared his enthusiasm entirely. Stopping en route at the ‘birthplace of Aphrodite’, we were charmed to see one man’s Goddess of Beauty (all 15st of her) heave herself atop a low rock offshore to do her best seductress impression for the camera. The power of Aphrodite ensured that he saw a siren in his viewfinder.

There are other delights inland, and it was well worth driving up into the wooded Troödos mountains to visit the jewel-like painted churches, most of which are World Heritage Sites. We plumped for Archángelos Michaíl in Pedhoulas and dropped in on the pocket-sized Byzantine museum across the street. Stavros, a charming bobby-turned-curator whisked us round the exhibition, housing extraordinary icons dating back to the twelfth century. We were as entranced by images of The Hermit Saint as we were his curiously dark whiskers. Culturally sated, we stopped for a marathon lunch at the delightful Agrovino Taverna in Lofou and stocked up on bottles of their homemade red.

We uncovered further gastronomic riches closer to home on a night out in Limassol’s Carob Mill area. Slickly converted stone mill buildings now house the city’s most stylish bars and restaurants. We started at Stretto for drinks, Mrs Smith choosing a brandy sour — the traditional Cypriot cocktail — while Mr Smith wanted to try Commandaria, a sweet fortified wine made from the world’s oldest vines. We landed at a pavement table outside Karatello and took on generous libations of local vino and meze on an industrial scale.

Back at the Londa we lay on our island of a bed, too full to move, and listened to the waves lapping the cove outside; one of those rare moments when life takes on a rosy hue of impossible dimensions. If anyone’s after an affidavit of support for the Londa, we’d be willing to provide a gilded copy.

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith Hotel with us, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Londa’s Guestbook below.

We loved

The pool area with direct access to the beach. The bedroom was a great size. The service from the front desk was excellent.

Don’t expect

A heated pool. The food in the main restaurant isn't great, especially for the price. The breakfast and bar food were good though.


Stayed on 8 Mar 2018

We loved

A fantastic experience in a stunning hotel. The massage was amazing and I wouldn't hesitate to go again. Highly recommend!

Don’t expect

No negatives.


Stayed on 9 Dec 2017

We loved

Excellent service.

Don’t expect

Everything was perfect.


Stayed on 9 Dec 2017

We loved

Everything from the spa to the food to the staff to the rooms.

Don’t expect

To be disappointed.


Stayed on 12 Nov 2017

We loved

The location and decor.


Stayed on 30 Oct 2017

We loved

The staff, the food, the rooms, the spa, and all the little attentions-to-detail that other hotels usually miss out on. Go to La Maison Fleurie for superb French food.

Don’t expect

The rest of Limassol to match up to the same high expectations.


Stayed on 1 Dec 2016

We loved

The hotel had such a lovely, relaxed vibe - a real oasis of calm. The room was a great size, the pool is perfect for either a few laps or a plunge and the sea is also great for a little dip. We found some great restaurants - the Syrian Arab Friendship Club is excellent and three minutes walk away, Limassol Marina is worth checking out for an evening stroll and Puesta Osyter Bar and Grill is great for a lunchtime lobster spaghetti.

Don’t expect

...Too much from the immediate surrounding area, we'd certainly recommend hiring a car to see the island.


Stayed on 3 Oct 2016