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4* Salamis Bay Hotel, Famagusta

Salamis Bay Conti Resort | Famagusta

 Having taken its name from the bay on which it sits, the Salamis Bay Conti Resort Hotel, with its own private golden Sandy beach, takes pride in being one of the larger more modern establishments on the island. Boasting a host of available facilities, such as; an outdoor freshwater pool with pool bar, indoor pool, a variety of restaurants offering live evening entertainment (in season), choice of either hotel rooms or bungalows, gym, sauna and a regular shuttle service into Famagusta town centre, to name but a few.
In addition to the rooms in the main hotel building, there are one and two bedroom bungalows, more suitable for families, set in two-storey blocks around the outdoor swimming pool.

The Salamis Bay is close to the ancient Roman city of Salamis and St Barnabas Monastery & is just 8 miles north-east of Famagusta.

The hotel consists of 350 hotel rooms, one and two bedroom villas perfect for families. All Standard rooms have air-conditioning and heating, telephone, satellite TV, mini-bar, bath and WC as standard with some rooms having partial sea views. One and Two Bedroom Villas are located around the swimming pool in 3-storey blocks, with the same facilities as hotel rooms, in addition to a lounge. Junior and King Suites are also available.

Service & Featuressalamis-ruins

  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Air Conditioning
  • Rooms with Private Balcony
  • Turkish Bathsalamis-bay-pool
  • Massage Service
  • Resident Hairdresser
  • Watersports
  • Children’s Swimming Pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Casinosalamis-bay-hotel-room
  • Gym / Fitness Centre
  • Tennis Courts
  • Bars
  • Sauna
  • Gift Shop


Kelly Sheppard
Kelly Sheppard
Kelly Sheppard is a contributing writer to North Cyprus.co.uk, where you can find extensive information about North Cyprus, including places to see, things to do and sites of historical interest. She has lived and worked in Northern Cyprus for nearly 5 years, and in her spare time is interested in finding out new information and researching topics for the site.