Welcome to C&A Hotel Apartments in Polis, Cyprus

Brilliant Cyprus Holiday

(New Pathways – MS Magazine July 2009)

By Dawn Bailey-Hague


Dear new Pathways,


We recently went to Polis, Cyprus and stayed once more at the magnificent C & A Tourist Apartments  www.ca-tourist-apts.com.cy and were once again bowled over by the extreme the family has gone to in providing such a haven for mobility impaired clients.

They have built a new extension which houses extremely spacious one and two bedroom apartments sleeping 2 to 5 people.  They have interconnecting doors with separate kitchenette and roll in shower. There’s a large dining area in the main entrance of the building if you didn’t want to go totally self catering.  They do fantastic breakfast and evening meals, BBQ/Greek nights on site.


The rooms are brilliant, very wheelchair friendly with lots of room to manoeuvre.  The level access, roll in shower rooms are enormous, with wall mounted, fold up shower seat, grab rails for dressing and steadying yourself, and grab rails at either side of the toilet.  We hired an electric hoist and wheelie commode to suit Pete’s needs. They have left nothing out.


There’s a lift to the first floor big enough for a mobility scooter. The interior doors are all extra wide, no worries about getting in and out of the apartments.

The twin –bedded rooms are lovely and spacious, loads of cupboard spaces and lights switches at a convenient height.  I’d definitely consider going in the winter months as they have central heating throughout.  On the other hand, all bedrooms have optional air con (payable locally).  There’s a sofa bed in the lounge as well as remote control colour TV.

The kitchenettes have double hob, fridge and microwave as well as the usual utensils, pots and pans.

August 2009


The pool is crystal clear and scrupulously clean.  There is a fixed hoist to help the less able bodied to get in the pool.


Also may I recommend Monarch Airline, who were magnificent.  I emailed and spoke to them months ahead of travelling and explained everything in detail about how I would need bulk head seats, that Pete was a carry on/off passenger, and that he had to stay in his own wheelchair, right up to the point where he entered the aircraft.  I explained that in the past the wheelchair had been damaged by other company’s and that it was our main concern.

The staff from the check in to the ground crew that helped lift Pete onto the plane. The stewards and the stewardesses on board, and the assistance that waited for us both at Larnaca airport on our arrival and our departure airport, and again when we returned to the UK….full marks go to Monarch for being wheelchair and disabled friendly.  I must stress that you must communicate in good time with whoever you are flying with as otherwise they cannot be expected to help with your needs at a moments notice, it works both ways and Monarch were amazing for us.


CA Taxi…better still was the fact that, as promised, Andreas from C A Taxi’s was waiting or us when we got to the airport.  He helped with the bags and was ready and waiting  to help Pete on board his wheelchair accessible taxi.

If any reader contacts C & A Tourist Apts and speaks with Chris, one of the proprietors, he has a disability that causes him to have a speech impediment, and he has happily agreed that I can leave my details with you and if a member wants to speak to me and ask more, I am happy to help.  baileyhague@yahoo.co.uk

Best wishes,

Dawn and Pete Bailey-Hague



C & A Hotel Apartments
P.O. Box 66258
Polis 8831, 

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