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Cyprus, Paphos Area, Coral Bay

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Our 4 5 star SENTIDO Hotels Resorts are great for couples, small families and single travellers who love top quality service and fantastic facilities in a great location.

The elegant SENTIDO Thalassa Coral Bay lies in an elevated position on a peninsula, overlooking Coral Bay beach and a Mycenaean settlement. And with its fantastic location, this romantic hotel is ideal for couples who want to stay in a stylish setting with attentive service.

This hotel has won a GOLD Travelife Award . Hotels with a GOLD award display a strong commitment to sustainability, taking great care of their environmental and social impacts within their business and local communities. They communicate their progress to others and are proud to show that they are leaders whilst constantly striving for continuous improvement.

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Children under 16yrs are not permitted.

On the seafront at Coral Bay (beach is accessed via steps or elevator); 500m from bars andrestaurants; 1km to Coral Bay resort centre with some nightlife and shops; 400m to bus stop, with regular service to Paphos Harbour.

SENTIDO Thalassa Coral Bay scores a 4.5 out of 5, based on 935 reviews.

Superior Rooms have a king-size or twin beds, air conditioning, flat-screen satellite television, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, safe, hairdryer, and a balcony or terrace with sea view.

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Dr. Christie joined the Max Planck Florida Institute in July 2010 as Research Group Leader in Synaptic Signaling and Computation. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Christie conducted research at the Vollum Institute at the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, Oregon, where he completed his doctoral and post-doctoral work. He has joint faculty appointments with Scripps Florida and Florida Atlantic University.

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Amat, S.B., Rowan, M.J.M., Gaffield, M.A., Bonnan, A., Kikuchi, C., Taniguchi, H., and Christie, J.M . (2017). Using c-kit to genetically target cerebellar molecular layer interneurons in adult mice. PLOS ONE e0179347.

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Gaffield, M.A., and Christie, J.M. (2017). Movement Rate Is Encoded and Influenced by Widespread, Coherent Activity of Cerebellar Molecular Layer Interneurons. J. Neurosci. 4751–476.

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Rowan, J.M. and Christie, J.M. (2017). Rapid State-Dependent Alteration in Kv3 Channel Availability Drives Flexible Synaptic Signaling Dependent on Somatic Subthreshold Depolarization. Cell Reports , 2018–2029.

Rowan, M.J.M., DelCanto, G., Yu, J.J., Kamasawa, N., and Christie, J.M. (2016). Synapse-Level Determination of Action Potential Duration by K+ Channel Clustering in Axons . Neuron, , 370-383.

Gaffield, M.A., Amat, S.B., Bito, H., and Christie, J.M. (2015). Chronic imaging of movement-related Purkinje cell calcium activity in awake behaving mice . J. Neurophysiol. , 413-422.

Rowan M.J., Tranquil E., Christie J.M. (2014). Distinct Kv channel subtypes contribute to differences in spike signaling properties in the axon initial segment and presynaptic boutons of cerebellar interneurons . J. Neurosci. , 6611-23.

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Christie, J.M. , Chiu, D.N., Jahr, C.E. (2011). Ca-dependent enhancement of release by subthreshold somatic depolarization. Nat. Neurosci. : 62-68.

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