Soho Resort is a unique residential resort and a landmark for Paphos as its set to be the highest building in the city, in the most privileged seafront location.
This eagerly anticipated development envelops the idea of waterfront living, in the heart of the city, within a 5 star luxury resort.
EXCLUSIVE APARTMENTS & VILLAS
An exclusive resort of two high-rise towers with 2,3 and 4 bedroom luxury apartments, duplexes and penthouses.
The luxury shops and restaurant on the ground floor are creating a metropolitan atmosphere and convenience to its residents. The private parking and storage facilities have been placed on the lower floor for the apartments whilst guests may use the conveniently located parking in the front area of the resort.
Just in front of the resort, is the golden sandy Sodap beach and the seafront pedestrian pathway along the shoreline, which connects the East to the West promenade of Paphos Coast.
The breath-taking views of the Paphos seafront, the harbour with the picturesque castle, views of the City as far as it stretches, provides the most refreshing and stress relieving feelings.
Large verandas from ground to the top are designed to observe stunning sunrises and beautiful sunsets across the deep blue Mediterranean Sea.
First-class concierge services, spa and fitness center, pools, 24hr security, business center, restaurants and shops; all designed to offer a superior level of comfort. The gated communal areas of the resort, at the back of the Towers, is a perfectly designed environment for the exclusive use of the owners and their families. Beautifully set gardens, children's playground and massive outdoor pool for playing or just relaxing and enjoying your day.
Downtown at your feet
Situated on the stunning Paphos coastline, south west of the island, Soho Resort will be surrounded by luxury hotels, nightlife schools, university and hidden gems to be discovered.
Paphos of the past, one of the most powerful city-kingdoms in the Mediterranean, meets the luxurious resort of today. With all these benefits and the backdrop of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, it is easy to see why many foreign nationals are setting up in Paos.
Located on the southwest coast of the island, this region is sheltered from the north by the breath-taking Troodos Mountains and with its temperate climate; it is one of the healthiest in the whole of the Mediterranean. You can bask in sunshine all year round, whilst experiencing the warmth of welcoming people with a reputation for friendliness and hospitality.
The ideal city from which to enjoy the best that Cyprus has to offer.
International airports to Cyprus
Almaty - 4 hrs, 35 mins
Amsterdam - 4 hours
Dublin - 4 hrs, 30 mins
Dubai - 3hrs, 30 mins
Kiev - 2 hrs, 55 mins
London - 4 hrs, 30 mins
Milan - 3 hours
Moscow - 3 hrs, 30 mins
Oslo - 5 hrs, 50 mins
Paris - 4 hrs, 30 mins
Tbilisi - 5 hrs, 15 mins*
Yerevan - 4 hrs, 35 mins*
Zurich - 3 hours
Paphos 25 km (20 mins)
Larnaca 155 km (1hr 30 mins)
An island republic in the Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus stands at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Some 340 days of sunshine a year make for long, languid summers and mild winters. Landscapes are breath-taking, with mountains, vine-clad foothills, cedar forests and calm, azure seas. Meanwhile, the World Health Organisation rates Cyprus as one of the healthiest countries in the Mediterranean. A Mediterranean diet, modern healthcare and international schools ensure an excellent quality of life. Economic conditions are highly favourable too: a low tax regime, zero inheritance tax and exemptions for overseas interests and dividends make it the perfect choice for second homeowners and tax exiles.
Easy access from Asia, Europe and Africa
Cyprus is within reach of Europe, Russia, the Middle East and North Africa. Around 40 airlines fly to the island's two international airports: The new terminal at Paphos airport was completed in Autumn 2008 while Larnaca's impressive expansion was complete in 2013. Both airports are well equipped to accommodate private jets and helicopters, while a new 1,100-berth marina will provide ample space for super-yachts.
CULTURE & ANTIQUITY
Travellers and traders have been drawn to Cyprus for centuries, attracted by its position at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Their legacy endures: the UNESCO city of Paphos offers an ancient harbour and countless mosaics, while classical Greek and Roman monuments, Byzantine and Latin churches, Venetian fortresses, castles and mosques and Neolithic ruins are scattered throughout the island. The goddess Aphrodite was born in Paphos; her famous bath lies in the nearby Akamas mountains.