Tui has brought its premium club brand Robinson to Cyprus, with its first property due to open this summer on the island’s south coast.
Robinson Cyprus is situated in a large bay with sea views. The property was taken on last year and has undergone extensive renovation and expansion over the winter.
It is situated around 30 minutes from Larnaca International airport, and 90 minutes from Paphos airport.
It becomes Robinson’s 26th property in a portfolio that now stretches across 15 countries.
The hotel will cater for couples, solo travellers and families, with a wide range of kids’ clubs available.
There are also opportunities for active pursuits and water sports, including sailing, surfing and kite-surfing facilities on-site.
Robinson will also offer a range of wellness options and treatments, including a spa.
Additionally, Robinson has said the new property will adhere to"comprehensive" Covid-19 health, safety and hygiene protocols; guests will be able to access rapid antigen tests ahead of their return journey, with Robinson promising to offer a testing service "for as long as is necessary".
Robinson Cyprus is the first of its clubs to open this summer with a new look following a refresh of the Robinson brand last year.
Bernd Maser, Robinson managing director, said: "After the last few months, everyone has had a great desire to travel and we are therefore particularly pleased to offer our guests a completely new holiday destination and another option for their holidays in the form of the Robinson Cyprus.
"The strong bookings for our new Cypriot entry clearly show that we have chosen the right target area and are on our way to becoming the European market leader in premium club holidays.”
Seven-night breaks at Robinson Cyprus on a full-board basis start from £685pp, with return Tui flights from £195pp.