Yes it definitely looks like a cymbidium.
Despite the size of the plant, it looks like the growths are still young and are still in active growth. Cymbidiums are really large orchids (Not as big as grammatophyllum, but bigger than the rest)
Usually, cymbidiums start blooming when there are at least three mature pseudobulbs and the flowers emerge from the younger growths.
That is not an absolute formula though, since there are some that might bloom even with just one pseudobulb. And in other cases, it could have several dozen mature pseudobulbs and still not bloom if it does not get the proper temperature and light conditions.
The colors on those leaves right now is the ideal color and indicates that it is receiving the proper light. If it gets darker than that, then it means it is not getting enough light.