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Family - Asty Hotel Nicosia Cyprus

Welcome to the Asty hotel, our family business and a (hi)story that we are proud of! The hotel belongs to the Antoniades family. It was built by our parents, Menelaos and Zoe. It started off as a small one-floor hotel and was gradually built up to three floors. This is the part on the right, as you are looking at it from outside. Business was going well and our parents loved what they were doing, as we do today, so they decided to expand the hotel.

In 1974, the five floors on the left were completed, giving it the shape it is today! However, that was right when the Turkish invasion and occupation of part of Cyprus occurred. The political situation meant the airport was no longer in Nicosia, business stopped and of course for some time no tourists visited the island. But our parents held on to what they created with so much effort and love. And that is how it now in our hands. Of course, ever since and over the years the hotel has changed, we have renovated, added new modern amenities and gave it another character.

We are Evi, Michael and Myria.

Michael, whose son Menelaos has now joined the business, manages the hotel.

Yes, family traditions in Cyprus are still strong!

So, you see, when we say “your home, away from home” we actually mean it! This is our home to which we welcome you.

Nicosia Property –Apartments and Houses from FOX Estates Cyprus

Nicosia Property Office Details

Our multilingual associate team is always on hand to offer advice and suggestions to satisfy even the most demanding client’s personal profile.

The Nicosia district is located inland with Larnaca International airport a short 30 mins drive from the city. Nicosia, as the capital of Cyprus, offers great amenities for all. As distances are rather small, and there is a good road network, you can get around with relative ease. It is ideal for young families with many high standard public and private international schools, particularly in Strovolos. There are several parks, friendly family restaurants, play areas for children, all-year round sports facilities including tennis and football academies. It also offers a great selection of shopping malls with most major global chain stores represented in the busy city centre shopping area.

Alongside Limassol , Nicosia shares the majority of all the major law, accounting and consulting firms headquarters, and most major multinationals and Cypriot businesses have their main offices in one of the 2 towns. Nicosia also houses all the embassies, headquarters of Cypriot government and semi-government bodies and the Cyprus Stock Exchange. It is also home to The University of Cyprus (Aglantzia area) as well as several postgraduate schools offering a high standard of further education for professionals.

There are also some good business hotels such as the Cyprus Hilton and Hilton Park, making Nicosia an ideal choice for business people and working professionals, as well as those who occasionally like the buzz of the city, shopping, enjoy international fine dining or ethnic cuisine and nightlife.

Nicosia is unique in its combination of modern and traditional architecture, with the old city 16th century walls dating from the Venetian occupation, various cultural centres, museums and historical attractions. In addition, Nicosia offers shoppers with the latest fashions in high quality shopping malls and the presence of most international brands and designer labels.

As a real estate investor, Nicosia offers substantial benefits. With a predominantly Cypriot population, of middle to upper class and also the majority of government, diplomatic employees, there tends to be a market with a steady and higher level of income and a stable housing market as Nicosia is not dependent on tourism as much as other areas. There is therefore usually higher capital appreciation from year to year and therefore good potential for rentals.

FOX Estates also offers property management services for Cyprus apartment buildings through its sister company FOX Smart Property Management.

If you would like to register your requirements or list your property with us, or for any other enquiry you may have please do not hesitate to contact us .

Tel: (357) 22 87 33 80.

FOX Smart Estate Agency (FOX) is a registered and licensed Real Estate Agent, in accordance with Cyprus Law.

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Introducing Family Accounts and Home

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Before a home can take care of you and your family, it needs to know one thing: Are you there, or not? Today, Nest homes are better at answering that question because of two new features. We call them Family Accounts and Home/Away Assist.

When your Nest products know if you’re home or away, they can do the right thing, automatically. Like turn the heat up or down. Turn the lights on or off.

Share your Nest.

Your home isn’t just your home. You share it with others – your spouse, roommates, parents. So today, we’re introducing Family Accounts.

Family Accounts let up to 10 people access the Nest products in your home using the Nest app with their own Nest Accounts. No more sharing logins or passwords. It’s easy to add and remove people from your Family Account. So now the whole family can control the Nest Thermostat, get notifications from Nest Protect, see what’s happening at home with Nest Cam, and get their own copy of the monthly Home Report.

Is anyone home?

To guess if you’re home, other products use a single phone’s location to define a virtual barrier, or geofencing. Then they track your phone to determine when you cross that barrier. But that can lead to mistakes. Geofencing isn’t very precise, so a product might think you’re home when you’re really a couple blocks away. Plus, we forget our phones. They break or get stolen. Their batteries die. And what if a roommate, guest or babysitter is still at home? Geofencing alone can get it wrong – turn the lights off when someone’s home. Or run the heat when no one is.

So Nest takes a more thoughtful approach, using more information to get it right. Home/Away Assist uses learning algorithms and activity sensors built into Nest products – the same things the Nest Learning Thermostat has been using for four years to help save energy. And Home/Away Assist also uses your phone’s location to do an even better job of telling if anyone’s home.

Family Accounts provides a critical piece of the puzzle. When family members opt in, it lets Home/Away Assist use data from their phones – Android or iOS. So Home/Away Assist will switch to Away only if everyone is out. And it won’t turn down the heat if someone is in a room not visible to any activity sensors.

We’ve wanted to do Home/Away Assist for a long time now. But more importantly, we wanted to do it right. By combining sensor data, algorithms and multiple phones, we think we’ve nailed it.

Nest has always taken your privacy seriously. And we always will. That’s why Nest doesn’t track where you go. Home/Away Assist only needs to know if you’re home or not. And we keep your information safe and secure by encrypting our connections and staying up to date on the latest threats.

With Home/Away Assist, Nest Cam can turn on when you leave and off when you walk in the door, so it’s an even better security camera. Your Nest Thermostat can turn the heat on right when you get home. Your Nest Protect can run its monthly Sound Check while you’re out. And Works with Nest products can use Home/Away Assist to work better too.

It’s all about making home more comfortable, safe and secure for you. And everyone else who lives there too.

To start using Home/Away Assist and Family Accounts, simply download the latest update of the Nest app.

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