Lord’s Palace invites you to Bella Marin

Lord’s Palace Hotel, Spa & Casino invites you to their beach area Bella Marin for the summer. Come here in the middle of the day and enjoy sunbathing at the big pool or at the beach to nice chill music or why not the sunset parties at Aurora Bar bar and night time party at their big arena located next to the sea side called Odessey Club.

Bella Marin, the island’s entertainment street, is an area where many restaurants, bars, a splendid two-story pool, a Japanese-style spa center, a shisha lounge, shops and entertainment venues are all located together under the same roof. 38th Street also known as the entertainment street of Cyprus, the world and Cypriot cuisine’s elite names complement the restaurants and food stands with baked potatoes, toast sandwiches, waffles and döner kebab, boutique shops and a market where you can find local Cypriot products.

Aurora Bar is the first bar to offer a unique experience to its guests with its delightful atmosphere, delicious cocktails and snack menu, and “Beach Party” concept that takes the entertainment industry in a completely different direction. Offering you comfortable cabanas with sunbeds on top of the sea and known as the most delightful spot to watch the sunset, Aurora Bar guests are quite likely to experience creative and delightful events and parties.

Inspired by Mykonos bars, the Esquire Beach Bar is adorned in white and positioned just above Bella Marin’s sandy beach for a spectacular view.

Bella Marin has two more restaurants called Kömür Steak & Ocakbaşı and Khephal Fish Restaurant.

Check the video and photos of Bella Marin below

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At the age of ten Sophia moved from Sweden in 1998 and has since lived in several locations around the world including Spain, and has been residing in North Cyprus for four years now. Her educational background is in marketing, hotel management and real estate, and she now works as a real estate agent and is editor in chief for New Cyprus Magazine. If you any questions for Sophia, please write to: