Number of function rooms available for weddings: 2 Function room names and capacities: Indoor A/C restaurant - maximum capacity 80 guests Outdoor restaurant by the pool - maximum capacity 200 guests Guests rooms available: 96 Honeymoon suite available: YES Garden suitable for marquees: yes
Choice of wedding breakfast menus Yes Alcohol License Yes Entertainment Available Yes Dance Floor Yes Evening Reception Facilities Yes Car Parking Facilities Yes Tables chairs linens and tableware included
Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: YES Local picturesque areas suitable for wedding photography: Cavo greco, old monastery Venue special features: Centre of town, near all clubs and restaurants and within walking distance from the beach.
Venue History: Among the hotels to be found in the charming village of Ayia Napa, Green Bungalows renders one's stay a pleasurable experience not only due to the refined surroundings into which it welcomes its guests but also for the professionalism and friendliness of its staff.
It is a family owned and run complex which provides an unmatched service and hospitality. The staff are fully trained to make your stay pleasant and hassle free.
Our aim is to make our guests feel at home whilst providing them with all the comforts and services of B category hotel apartments. Green Bungalows is ideal for those seeking long-term accommodation. It is also perfect for shorter breaks where simply relaxation is sought.
It is one the eldest established Hotel Apartments in Ayia Napa, which operated for the first time in 1980. It undergoes continuous renovations to maintain the high standard and offers a warm and vibrant atmosphere. It is an outstanding hotel which has distinguished itself as a little oasis and enjoys an attractive garden setting and an exciting atmosphere by the beautiful pool, decorated in tones of a blue and green.
Wedding Trivia: WEARING A WEDDING RING The reason that the engagement ring and wedding band is worn on the fourth finger of the left hand is because the ancient Egyptians thought that the "vein of love' ran from this finger directly to the heart.