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torres


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Message Posted:
10/12/2007 22:28

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hi all,does anybody have phone number for malpas hotel i am due over tomorrow and as yet not received my confirmation of booking earlier today thanks



millzer


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Message Posted:
10/12/2007 22:32

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http://www.malpashotel.com/contact.php



LaptaDave


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13/12/2007 01:00

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Do not touch the Bar, they will Rip you Arse off. It is cheaper to Drink Locally. Plenty of Bars & Restauarnts near by. They Charged us 15 ytl for a glass of Wine.



Izzet



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Message Posted:
13/12/2007 17:10

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it's a 5 star hotel



personally i think the hotel accomodation and service is better than the average 5 star hotels in kyrenia.



nice roof bar:

http://www.gonorthcyprus.com/malpas/roof-bar.jpg



some good Malpas Hotel photographs here:

http://www.kyreniahotels.co.uk/malpas



Erkankilim


Joined: 12/06/2007
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Message Posted:
13/12/2007 18:25

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Lapta dave,



It is 5 Star hotel what you expect, ? I cant understand you!



It is not a pub in the street ? it is hotel and have 5 star.



dodger



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Message Posted:
13/12/2007 18:57

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sorry for being ignorant but what does 15ytl equate to.



PhilD


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Message Posted:
13/12/2007 19:54

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stayed there in the summer with the family,hotel and staff were excellent.



Izzet



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Message Posted:
13/12/2007 19:58

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15 ytl is around 6 british pounds.



You can convert currency easily on Google.

Just type below and hit enter:

15 TRY in GBP



dodger



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Message Posted:
13/12/2007 20:06

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I agree with Laptadave then 5 star or not 6 quid is a rip off so dont drink there.



chris72


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Message Posted:
02/07/2008 04:11

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Hi Izzet



Would it be possible for you to give me a price for the Malpas Hotel please.



2 adults and 2 children,aged 1 and 10,for 2weeks in october 08.



regards



chris



kavenkoy


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Message Posted:
02/07/2008 06:37

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glass of wine 5star isnt bad at 6



stayed at marbella 5star gold last december with work ,a glass of beer (not pint) was 14 euros ,



thats life 5star hotel etc



i dont feel its a rip off just more expensive than a bar down the street as all hotels world wide are



kav



rcroton


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02/07/2008 08:26

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Blimey, If you think 6 pound for wine is expensive in 5 star hotels you should visit others and then you will see.



I went to the Malpas and think it is a great hotel with really nice bar, at last N Cyprus has got a hotel of full international standards i say. Being 5 star you are not going to pay a couple of quid for a drink in any country



Groucho



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Message Posted:
02/07/2008 08:29

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!5 YTL is a lot for one glass but if the wine is very good then maybe that's the going rate... but if it was just a poor quality wine (why are they serving it in a 5 star hotel anyway?) then that's a rip off...



Was it a big glass?



i.e. if as a 5 star hotel they only stock high quality wines then you expect to pay more..



I would not pay 15 YTL for a glass wine that costs 7 - 9 YTL for the bottle if you buy it locally... as the hotel will get it at a large discount too.



Three times the unit cost is the norm in London (high class restaurants and hotels)



I have to say that one of the things that lets down a lot of establishments here is the poor choice of wines... why anyone who runs a hotel or restaurant sells Aphrodite or Othello wines is beyond me.. when, for only a small amount more, you can get some really rather pleasant wines.



rcroton


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02/07/2008 09:53

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Groucho,



would agree with that!!



but-n-ben


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02/07/2008 10:08

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dodger aka newlad

please dont knock the place too much it is a great facility and we were there last night had a fantastic time and will drink there again as often as we want you dont have to if you dont want to but you really have no right to say dont drink there

lol



breezyboy


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Message Posted:
02/07/2008 11:47

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Rather than tell somebody not to drink somewhere just politely warn them that as a 5* hotel the prices can be a bit steep. If you had paid say a million quid to build an outstanding bar which people appreciate, then you have to charge more for a nice glass of wine than the guy with a hut and plastic chairs and a glass of plonk. Conversley I would appreciate knowing if a bar sells only lager and has a 6ft screen showing football every night which lots of people quite reasonably want, but not me.



spectacular


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Message Posted:
02/07/2008 12:02

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watch out for their part nights,great value for money we were threre last year big band dancing all you could eat drink(locally) for about 25-30 if my memory serves me right.beutiful place.



marik


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Message Posted:
02/07/2008 14:45

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I concur with messages 15/16/17 and with what Izzet says, my family go there for many meals and we have a superb time, we do not wish to sit in bars all the time and quaff cheap ale, there is a place for everything and for a facility like that in London think on



Elvis


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Message Posted:
02/07/2008 20:24

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We stayed for a week at the malpas and a week at the mercure in April. The drinks are much the same in price. we used to have a bottle with our meal which was very resonable then finish the evening back at the hotel for a couple. over all still good value and staying at two brill 5* hotels.

If you think that is expensive for drinks dont go to Dubai



rcroton


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Message Posted:
03/07/2008 10:40

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Same as anywhere elivs, Dubai can be cheap even in 5 star hotels, Women can drink free champagne all night, in happy hours blokes can drink beer etc for a couple of pounds a pint.



fire starter


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Message Posted:
03/07/2008 22:19

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i hope you have won the lottery recently! don't expect a hot breakfast they can't perform, not even the coffee! you have our simpathy, good luck you will need it.



jakki



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Message Posted:
03/07/2008 23:08

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My boyfriend and I (fiance now actually!!) will be staying at The Malpas in September when we take possession of our villa at Sweetwater Bay - What we do find however is that 5* away from European destinations really equates to being around the 3 to 4* mark, with India being the exception. I'm sure it will be lovely and I'm sure that the service will be great (we've never ever had bad service whether eating at a local cafe or indeed a "5* hotel" whilst staying in TRNC) - so watch this space and I'll report back in due course. Drinks and food will, of course, always be more expensive when staying at these establishments, what do you expect???



Linus


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Message Posted:
03/07/2008 23:12

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Hi



I can confirm we stayed in the Malpass last December. The service was fantastic. The breakfasts were also first class. Couldn't fault it. Drinks yes expensive but thats expected in any 5 star hotel. Would not hesitate staying their again. No pleasing some folk



chris72


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Message Posted:
08/07/2008 23:24

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Hi Linus



I am thinking of staying at the Malpas within the next 8 weeks and am thinking of one of the villas,did you get to see the villas at all,are they in a good location etc.



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