Eating out has become quite the lavish treat, and a recent undercover survey by the Consumers Association spilled the tea on Cypriots splurging on pricey dining experiences. Between May and September 2023,
The summer holidays are almost over, and I thought of side-tracking a bit, following the season’s most popular sport – eating out. Although not directly related to real estate matters, it helps
Consumers in Cyprus are not taking well to increased prices at hospitality venues, pushed up by hiking costs of raw materials and energy, as owners report a steep drop in their business.
The summer holiday season is in full swing, and I thought of side-tracking a bit, following the season’s most popular sport – eating out. This sector is indirectly related to real estate
Hospitality is the driving force behind the economy’s 5.6% GDP growth in the first quarter of the year, as other sectors struggle to recover following two years of COVID restrictions. The recovery
Last minute shoppers saved Christmas for retailers who went from reporting another dismal holiday season, to seeing their turnover increase by 7-7.5% compared to last year. Cypriots’ habit of leaving shopping for
Owners of restaurants, cafés, bars and clubs staged a protest in front of the Presidential Palace on Friday, saying the government decision to keep their businesses closed for two more weeks in
Restaurants, pubs and bars can open for business as the COVID-19 lockdown comes to an end, but around 40% will not open either because they don’t have outdoor facilities or rely on