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North Cyprus’s hotels are fully booked


 North Cyprus’s hotels are fully booked

Northern Cyprus is preparing for the holiday of Kurban Bayram . Throughout the week, starting from Tuesday, banks and government offices will be closed, and on Monday, a work day ends at 13:00 .
Ercan Airport is preparing to receive over 17,000 passengers during the holiday. Days off have been canceled for ground maintenance personnel , as well as police and immigration services of the airport to provide a quick operation to travelers.
Almost all the hotels with casinos of Northern Cyprus are fully booked, starting from this weekend.
10 five-star hotels across the country reported 100 % occupancy during the holiday. Among them are such hotels as Merit, Kaya Artemis, Golden Tulip, Rocks, The Colony, Acapulco and Malpas.

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12.10.2013

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