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    History repeats itself as the emblematic Ermou 300 Project undergoes a final transformation, circling back to its original and historical purpose.


    In 2008, Ermou street lay derelict, abandoned and in ruins [] just like the entire historical part of Nicosia intramuros.


    The Ermou 300 Project was the starting point for a whole new era, setting an example for the restoration of many historical buildings, and starting the trend for the much-needed revitalization of the streets within Nicosia’s historical city walls.


    Its multifunctional spaces (including an architectural studio, concept store, showroom, gallery, residence, restaurant and more), surrounding a traditional courtyard and garden, made it an architectural and social point of reference on the island.


    It immediately became a placemaking reference in Cyprus and made the covers of numerous international reviews and magazines, the highlight being the feature by the New York Times []


    This upcoming, final restoration and renovation shall be the most symbolic one of all, returning the building and its grounds back to their historical roots as one of the biggest and most authentic coaching inns [Χάνι / Khan – Caravanserai] in Cyprus.


    Designed by FAStudio | Fissentzides Architects Studio, the Ermou 300 Hani Boutique Hotel shall link the present with the past, using materials, elements and concepts inspired by the history, tradition, customs and culture of the historical walled city centre of Nicosia.


    It shall blend the romance and beauty of its historical past with the technology and comfort that modern travelers expect, delivering a unique experience that will linger in the memory as so much more than just a peaceful night’s sleep.


    Offering 14 Suites, the Ermou 300 Hani Boutique Hotel shall also house a spa, gym, swimming pool, restobar and lounge areas, all radiating out from a central garden landscaped with traditional Cypriot vegetation and artefacts.


[stay tuned for more updates coming soon…] 




Cyprus, Nicosia


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