Etihad Holidays launches Cyprus Promotion

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Monday, 13 July 2009

Etihad Holidays has launched a number of special deals to Cyprus with lead-in fares starting from Dhs 1,215 for two nights accommodation at the four-star E-Hotel including return economy flights from Abu Dhabi.

For customers who wish to spend a longer break in the Limassol district, which offers a wide variety of museums and archaeological sites, an extra night at the E-Hotel starts from Dhs 385 per person.

Furthermore, Etihad Holidays customers can take advantage of a number of bonuses at the E-Hotel such as one additional complimentary night stay when booking for five nights; and a free room upgrade when booking a three night stay.

Tony Gauci, Etihad Airways head of Direct Sales, said, Cyprus is a wonderful travel destination which offers such an exciting mix of activities as well as relaxation for those wanting to just enjoy some time away to recharge.

With its sunshine, stunning blue waters and true Cypriot hospitality, we are delighted to bring great holiday deals to this idyllic Mediterranean island for our customers.

Two nights accommodation at the luxurious Elysium, a five star deluxe hotel with picturesque views, start from Dhs 1,415 with extra nights starting from Dhs 485 per person per night.

Etihad Holidays also has breaks to the Le Meridien Limassol Spa and Resort, with two nights including return airfares from Abu Dhabi starting from Dhs 1,555 and extra nights starting from Dhs 555 per person. Customers also get one additional complimentary night stay in July when they book for three nights.

Etihad Holidays customers can also rent a car in Cyprus during their stay with prices starting from AED 180 per person per day, based on two people sharing a vehicle.

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