We visited this hotel 30th june - 15th July 2010 in the middle of a heatwave.
We upgraded in the UK for a sea-view room and got it for all four of us. It was My mum and step-fathers honeymoon, so they received a nice bottle of champagne on arrival.
Rooms very clean and very good a/c. The view from the large balcony was well worth the extra.
We had a double bed and my mum got twin beds pushed together.
There are hairdryers in the rooms but no kettles unless you upgrade further, we took our own.
The shower had always constant hot water and bath.
Breakfast was in a separate room and had a good selection, manly cereals, fruit juices, fried breakfast, yogurts, fruit and danishes. Tea/coffee/hot choc/cappochino.
Main meals are in the restaurant over-looking the bay, all food is delicious, ranging from fish, cold ...
meats, vegetarian dishes mainly salads etc, potatoes, chips, gravy. The deserts are nice, ice creams, cakes, and hot sponges. Drinks are extra and can work out expensive.Read More
The beach is set in a cove, shallow waters for children and water sports. On the actual beach the cost of sun beds and umbrellas are £7.50 euro per day. In the hotel grounds they are free.
There is an indoor pool, quite spacious but as it was hot, it wasnt used.
There are a good animation team who are mainly english and a kids club. Night shows are fairly good, but better in main resorts like Protaras.
Hair salons and shop are in the hotel.
All in all no complaints, but i think the hotel would benefit their guests by giving beach/swimming pool towels.
This is a 3* hotel, i think it is nearer 4* very friendly staff. Would recommend.
Tour Operator: First Choice