CYPRUS: Location of Ayia Napa and Paphos satellite casinos revealed

Cyprus Casinos Ayia Napa is expected to open its doors to the public this summer, as the recruitment process has already begun. It is located at Archbishop Makarios III Avenue, next to the Faros Hotel, in the heart of the resort.

The construction of C2 Ayia Napa is already well underway, on a land plot with a total area of 13,829m�, of which the total building area comprises 367m�. Ayia Napa casino will have more than 25 dedicated car parking spaces for guests and customers.

Cyprus Casinos Paphos is expected to open by the end of the year. It is located in the bustling tourist area of Yeroskipou, on the main beach road (at the end of Aphrodite Avenue) on a land plot with a total area of 2600m�; of which the building’s total area will comprise nearly 550m�. C2 Paphos will also offer more than 25 dedicated car parking spaces for guests and customers.

Building construction for both casinos will feature the now familiar design and identity of the Cyprus Casinos (C2) brand. Both satellite casinos will feature approximately 50 state-of-the-art slot machines.

The Property President of City of Dreams Mediterranean and C2, Craig Ballantyne, said the chosen locations are ideal for the project’s scope, as they will be in the heart of the tourist areas.

Additionally, construction of the pioneering City of Dreams Mediterranean Integrated Casino Resort in Limassol is anticipated to commence later this month with a scheduled opening date in late 2021.

Both C2 and City of Dreams Mediterranean aim to help establish Cyprus as a year-round destination and contribute to the growth of the tourism market as well as sustainable economic growth. We are excited to be expanding the entertainment offerings in these two vibrant cities, said Ballantyne.

Following the successful launch of the Cyprus Casino Limassol temporary casino 10 months ago, and the subsequent opening of the satellite casinos in Nicosia and Larnaca in December 2018, Integrated Casino Resort Cyprus will soon open satellite casinos in Ayia Napa and Paphos.

Source: The Financial Mirror