Travel operator: Independant, but flew with thomascook
Travel operator: Solresor
Very clean with linen changed regularly and clean towels daily. We were moved on the second day to rooms at the back of the complex as it was quieter.
The breakfast was good but the evening meal left a lot to be desired with the catering in the main solely for the German guests who were the majority. We did not see many UK guests during our visit.
The entertainment again was all in German and in reality there was nothing available entertainment wise for our children or us come to that. It was disappointing.
We hired a car and so we did not have to be in the complex for a week which was much better.
The servie was not brilliant. We have been to Cyprus many times but we will not be going back to this hotel and we will go back to Protaras next year.
The complex is a good hour walk to Aiya Napa which was tiring to say the least.
Travel operator: Independant
The hotel is full of Germans and entertainment is all in German.
The rooms are big and clean but the hotel is way out and take a hour to walk to Ayia Napa.
Very over priced for the location and poor food. 26% is the food rating that Thomson are receiving back.
Trying Tasia Maris Gold Hotel. Excellent
Travel operator: thomson
As you would expect with them being virtually brand new they're fantastic apartments, it's actually an Aparthotel in the true sense of the word because you have apartment type accom ie: fridge, cooker etc. but all the facilities of a hotel, our deal included breakfast which was huge buffet affair with a HUGE choice. There are 2 restuarants on site plus a mini mart (V V expensive) There is a Gym and indoor pool and the large outdoor pool is made up of different depth pools with beautiful bridges over it. Plus a pool bar. Plenty of sun beds, tables etc.
The Paradise has only just been opened up to the UK market in 2006 via Thomson holidays, it is and was only open to the German tourist market until now. As such we were very much in the minority on our hol (only 4 other Brits) but the Germans and Ukranians were all on an All Inclusive basis (not my cup of tea....to many good places to eat out )
We had a one bedroom apt and they do studios, it was very large with a veranda and they're all in blocks around the site named after fruits. They're all 2 storey buildings only with 4/6 in a block. Nice gardens, nice new furniture and the BEST shower I've ever come across abroad
Cooking facilites are minimal with only 2 halogen rings and very little cooking equip but perfectly adequate and a full size fridge. A TV which did pick up the BBC. Plenty of wardrobe space and cupboards too.
All in all a lovely place and highly recommended. They did have "Animators" on site who kept the children occupied during the day (although I assume they'll have to employ some english speaking one's because they were all German or Nordic last year) They also put on entertainment in the evening (again not really my cup of tea)
I did post when I came back and if you want to look at the topics it will give you an idea of which area your in please take a look at
Hope all of that helps you somewhat.....you won't be disappointed and I would definitely go back. your also in my fav area of Ayia Napa which is a bonus.
Travel operator: Independently
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