Cypriot resort Minthis Hills in major rebrand

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The popular Cypriot golf haven of Minthis Hills has been rebranded to simply, ‘Minthis’, to reflect its evolution as a global lifestyle destination.

It captures the essence of Minthis, which is centered on 360-degree holistic living deeply rooted in wellness, design, adventure and culture.

The new content and messaging is purposely customer and lifestyle-focused, setting out a powerful set of ideals and emotions to appeal to the hearts and minds of potential clients.

At its heart, Minthis is about enrichment; the timeless spirit of the landscape offers true escapism where time is a treasure to be spent recharging and reconnecting.

Situated in five million square metres of breathtakingly beautiful protected Cypriot landscape, Minthis is a unique resort that has been meticulously designed by Pafilia’s internationally acclaimed partners, Woods Bagot, Atkins, WATG, Mackenzie and Ebert and Neil Howard Spa Consultants.

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Demetris Ashiotis, executive director at Minthis, said: “The brand now draws on the award-winning contemporary design, rooted in modernist values of openness, light and landscape, with a commitment to physical and spiritual wellbeing. It demonstrates the unique and distinctive value of Minthis.’’

This year also marks the start of works for the final stage of infrastructure and facilities, which includes a ground-breaking wellness spa with a 25-metre heated swimming pool, fitness suite, hydro pool and thermal suites, and The Plateia, a village square with a range of shops, boutiques, bars and restaurants.

The golf course will also see a number of new developments, with more news on this released soon. For more information on Minthis Golf Club, visit minthisresort.com.

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