The revival of the historic Berengaria Hotel in Prodromos is just around the corner now that investors have expressed an interest, Phileleftheros reports.
Specifically, Gordian Holdings which own the property have reached agreement with Planet Vision and foreign investors who want to buy and renovate the mountain hotel.
The hotel chain Sofitel is also likely to be involved in the ambitious project, according to insiders.
What’s certain though is that the re-opening of Berengaria will give new impetus to Prodromos and mountain areas.
Berengaria covers an area of 26,520 sq.m with the building itself covering 4,980 sq.m. The stone-built mountain hotel which opened in 1931 and closed in 1984 is made up of 80 rooms allocated in two wings and there is also a second building – a guest house of 280 sq.m. and a restaurant of 200 sq.m.
Source: In - Cyprus