Caesars Apartment - 8th floor

Sleeps 6 (2 Bedrooms) - £50 a night

Overview


Julius 49 is a spacious, luxurious 8th floor apartment in the 5 star Caesar's Resort.  It has panoramic views of the mountains to the north and of the east coastline.

 

The main area of the apartment is open plan, from the modern kitchen to the large balcony where you can see the sea.  The balcony is south facing so you get the sun all day.  The balcony is also accessible via the twin bedroom.  The main bedroom has its own balcony, from where you can watch the sun set.  The kitchen is fully equipped with breakfast bar and stools.  There is also a six seater dining table.  The sofa is a sofa bed and there is a turkish corner with floor cushions.  The twin bedroom has an extra single foldout camp bed.

 

The apartment is easily accessible using the lift or stairs.  There are parking spaces outside the apartment block.  During your stay you will have access to five swimming pools (one is indoors), the sauna, steam room and hot tub, plus BBQ areas and children's playground and tennis courts.  The resort has several restaurants, a cafe, a supermarket, fully equipped gym, games room, hairdressors, ATM and laundrette.

Facilities


  • First Bedroom - Double Bed
  • Second Bedroom - 2 single beds
  • Two bathrooms with showers
  • Two balconies with great views
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Air Conditioning
  • Oven/Hob
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Washing Machine
  • Kettle
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • TV (local channels and You Tube)
  • DVD player
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Welcome pack provided (Tea, Coffee, Milk, Sugar and drinking water)
  • On street parking
  • Wifi (chargeable)
  • Accessibility - lift access to 8th floor
  • Use of swimming pools, sauna, gym, games room, tennis court and BBQ areas
  • 3 Restaurants, a cafe and a supermarket

Rates


Rates are £50 a night, minimum stay 5 nights

 

Notes on prices: 

£20 of electricity is included per week. This is more than enough but we have to stipulate this to discourage people from leaving the air conditioning running when they go out.