This fully loaded SplashWorld hotel comes with its own waterpark, plus a big pool and an impressive entertainment line-up. The beach is only 5 minutes’ walk away, too.
The Electra Village has a close-to-the-beach setting, a massive pool and an impressive waterpark, so it’s a big hit with the family crowd.
Studios and apartments here are nice and roomy, plus you get a balcony or terrace and air-con as standard. Superior rooms pack in a whirlpool bath, too.
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Holidays with unlimited waterpark access
- Unlimited access to the wettest and wildest waterparks
- All parks rated by our expert slide tester
- Kids' clubs at selected hotels
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Snacks between meals. Ice-cream 10.00-22.00.
Unlimited local alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Our SplashWorld hotels offer up a break from the norm, in that each one grants you free entry to a first-rate waterpark. Better yet, you can ride the slides as often as you like. Some parks are within the grounds, others are an easy drive away. And while each one is different, the kind of rides you can expect include slides, Lazy Rivers and Wave Pools.
The waterpark here is just across the road and open from May-October. And just so you know, kids need to be 120cm plus to use the slides, and 140cm for the Sidewinder slide. Little ones aged 3-8 years are catered for at the Children's Play Area and all the family can enjoy the Lazy River and Wave Pool.
Hotel-run kids' club
Kids aged 4-12 will really get to show their creative side here, with drawing, dancing, singing and stories all on the programme. They'll also enjoy some downtime with a movie, and be able to take part in creative play.
With a separate section just for kids.
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Studio sleeps up to 4. Air-conditioning is available from June to September. Safety deposit boxes available for an extra charge. Extra bed will be a sofa-bed or camp-bed.
studio with limited sea view
Studio with limited sea view sleeps up to 4. Air-conditioning is available from June to September. Safety deposit boxes available for an extra charge. The extra bed will be a sofa-bed or camp-bed.
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Stayed for 11 nights and loved it. The room was spacious and clean and had everything you need. The location is ok. 15-20 mins walk to the stunning Nissi Beach and about 15 to mental Ayia-Napa. Food was fine with plenty of choice and the restaurant was never crowded. I recommend the tuna pittas in the pool bar. We spent most of the days in the water park as it was never crowded. They do not open until 10 am which suited us. The main pool was always packed and the sun loungers were reserved at a ridiculously early hour. Plenty of family pubs and restaurants within minutes of the complex. Surprised how cheap the food and drink was so am considering going to a self catering hotel next year. Recommend the Wild West for drinks. Beer and cocktails are â¬2.50!. If you satay in the hotel at night then the drinks are fine with lots of choice. If you want to go on a trip I highly recommend the Black Pearl Pirate trip. Awesome value and you get to see other parts of the island which is beautiful. I would return if the price was right.More
KKP1927, Newport -Trefdraeth, United Kingdom
You pay for what you get!
We booked this holiday purely because everywhere else in Cyprus was approx Â£4,500-Â£5,000 for 2 adults and a 4 year old for 2 weeks all inc. This holiday was Â£2,600 and had it's own waterpark! This hotel offers free child places, but we missed out on that so we had to pay Â£600 for our daughter. Flight and transfer were spot on, 45 minutes from airport so not too long. On arrival, we were welcomed by a friendly receptionist and the check in process was quick. Hotel could do with some updating but I don't go for the dÃ©cor! The rooms again could do with updating but for the amount of time you are in them, who cares. I believe this hotel use to be self catering so every room still has a kitchette - this didn't bother us in the slightest, I would imagine it may come in handy for parents with young children. We were in block 20 - which was the furthest away from the evening entertainment, if we had a room around the entertainment stage I would be requesting a move! So noisy until 11-12pm every night. By the time we unpacked, it was time for a our evening meal. Food was better than the 4+ we stayed in Turkey last year and the kids corner was handy! Breakfast was fine and the freshly made omelettes were lovely. Pool area is lovely and we never had a chew getting sun loungers - although people say they never seen the pool getting cleaned, it obviously did because I never had any issues with it! Waterpark is absolutely brilliant, a massive positive for this hotel. I believe it only opened last year so is relatively new and because it doesn't open until 10am, you don't have to get up early to ensure you have beds! We spent a lot of time in here. There was never any queues for any of the slides and the lady at the pool is very friendly! Take your own towels, you don't get issued them! Entertainment wasn't all singing and dancing like the Thomsons hotels we have stayed in previously but the kids enjoyed it. The entertainment team work really hard (Anis, Fran & John). Anis is lovely and grows on you but he is very intimidating - he was forever picking me to go on stage and it became quite humiliating that it was always me! He wont take no for an answer and will literally stand there and refuse to continue with the entertainment until you get up. The magic show was brilliant... the parrot show was canny, the fire show (done by Anis) was crazy - he is mental that man but it was still good! Bingo drove me mad - I literally use to fume, it took forever to get through it and if there was a false call he would literally make the person jump in the pool fully clothed, if they refused he would just stand there and have everyone chanting 'jump in the pool' my partner and I got engaged whilst we were in Cyprus, which was very lovely but once Anis got wind of that he MADE us get up on stage and do a slow dance! Which was probably the most embarrassed I've ever been in all my life. This hotel isn't on Nissi beach as stated in the brochure - Nissi beach is about a 20 minute walk and is worth a visit.. we went once and it is very nice, the sea is beautiful and a man comes round selling frozen drinks which are a must! Aiya Napa is a about a 15 minute walk away and is lovely, can imagine it gets very rowdy later on but as we went earlier on in the night, it was fine! We enjoyed it. Tommy's bar is good, cocktails are â¬2 before 9pm although they did taste more alcoholic after 9pm! Although we were all inclusive we did eat out a few times. We celebrated my daughters 4th birthday whilst we were there, so booked Jungle Mania which was really nice and the night we got engaged we ate at the Olive Tree which was gorgeous! English man works on the door is lovely and the staff are very friendly. Children got free ice creams which went down a treat and we all got a free shot! Play area out the back is good too. The snack bar is open when the restaurant isn't, which was handy - and we often preferred this for a late lunch. The tuna pittas were my favourite! Jonny the rep is lovely and always around, me and my friend even joked about how often we seen him because on a few reviews, it was stated they never seen the rep! He is very helpful. The Black Pearl is well worth booking. It's not just for the children, it's for the adults too. Lots of adult humour! We had a brilliant day - â¬38 per adult and â¬18 for over 5's - that includes your dinner. This hotel is defiantly aimed at families, I wouldn't recommend it for couples. Overall, we had a lovely 2 week break. Not sure I would return to this hotel but if you want to go to Cyprus and don't want to pay an absolute bomb, want to see your kids happy and don't mind about the hotel being a bit dated then go for it. If you expect high standard then this hotel isn't for you!More
Emma W, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
It's not the Carlton or the Ritz but it's not priced as such either. Bar staff are phenomenal, so cheery and friendly. Food is good for the all inclusive package (try Egypt if you want to moan) and the beach is literally the flick of a bogey away. Turn right on the beach and walk along the beach front it's really pretty. What we liked was the small size of the hotel meant people mingled and everyone got to know one another (except for the nose in the air brigade). My suggestion is don't book a cheap-ish holiday then moan, the value of what you get for what you pay is very good. We stayed for 10 nights all inclusive in June 2013 for Â£1020 for 2 adults and a child. It's not a brand new complex but then the room is somewhere to sleep, rest and leave your clothes it's not actually a holiday. Baah humbug to all the haters, this place is definitely worth the money and the staff work hard and try to enhance your holiday. If you're moaning about cracked tiles or rooms in general then stay home! More
Depends on your personal standards!!
We stayed here for a week and arrived home yesterday. Where to start, We arrived early hours in the morning and was able to get a nice cold drink from the bar so that was a good start, our room was basic but ok. Cleanliness was up to normal 3 star standards but ants were everywhere. We had no sweets in our room but still came home every night to find ants covering floor outside our door to the room. Tipped drinks down the sink to avoid attracting them but we'd wake up to find the sink crawling!! I'd take your own ant spray as the cleaner used hers and I'm sure it was just water in her bottle. She'd spray everywhere but within an hour they'd be back! I can say I never seen the pool being cleaned but then again it could have been done early early which I'm very doubtful of because the majority of kids had ear infections! If you turn left by Pizza Hut onto the main strip the second chemist is recommended, the guy in there is very helpful and prices were affordable. Think it was about seven eight euros for ear drops. I suffered terribly with prickly heat and he gave me tablets and cream that totalled about twelve euros. Definitely not worth suffering for! Further down from the chemist about twenty minutes strolling is missing beach, very busy and boiling hot sand so hard for the kids to walk on it never mind building sand castles.. There is a wide range of water sports there though and pretty good value for money. Definitely recommend the paragliding! Eighty euros for three of us. If you go there early the sands not too hot and you have a chance of getting a sunbed. Turning right by Pizza Hut takes you to mcdonalds and the funfair, it was ten tokens for ten euros and the rides were two and three euros each, not too bad. The right side of Pizza Hut was a lot livelier than the left as that side takes you to the clubbing side of the resort. Worth having a stroll though. The olive tree on the way to the fair was always busy and food was awesome! Proper meat and great portions. Bedrock cafe looked lively but didn't eat there. There's an American diner left of Pizza Hut where I'd definitely recommend the milkshakes. Their amazing, made out of ice cream and blended fruit with cream. Yum yum! Food in the hotel was ok. I have an extremely fussy daughter so she had chips three times a day, nuggets were processed and so was a lot of the children's food. There's plenty of choice, salad was great, the cooked breakfast was great but for main lunch and dinner half the time you didn't know what you was eating. Themed nights in the restaurant included Cyprus night, Chinese, roast on a Sunday and German night.. Most nights was a scramble as many of the German and Russians don't believe in queuing so they all push in trying to get their helping of food. Drinks are great, local beer is nice. Ice cream was in little pots from pool bar and cones in the restaurant so you help yourself. Fab for the independant kids! Pity they didn't do ice lollies but the shop up the road catered for that. Shop also sold everything else, swim stuff, souvineers, snack stuff, fridge stuff, everything really and prices were ok. Entertainment in the night was cringing. Bingo every night was great but only plays one full house, any false callers were made to jump in the pool! Fully clothed men were made to jump in which depending on sense of humour was funny but also pitiful. Anis the main entertainer was extremely slimy and quite intimidating, you can't tell whether he's joking half the time but still, he feels the need to take the Mickey out of everybody even the kids. Most of the entertainment I think was for his own kicks, getting women on the stage to do sexy poses and he'd make comments like "oh my god, I love my job" not nice. Parrot show and magician was amazing, fire show was anis, who seemed to be off his face on drugs, rubbing sticks of fire across his body. Quite embarrassing and shameful. Fanny the lady who runs the kids club was brilliant. Friendly and very hard working! So was Johnny the other activities leader. Kids club was fab my daughter loved it. Creative activities like rock painting and memory making kept the kids entertained. I wouldn't go back to this hotel, but it probably is good value for a cheap quick getaway. Hope this review has been helpful :) Oh, the splash park is fab for lil ones and bigger ones where there's plenty of lifeguards around. It's literally two minutes walk outside hotel. More
Shabby, not chic!
We're on the last day of our 2 week holiday here, which has become a feat of endurance. If you're a discerning traveller who enjoys the finer things in life, this is not for you. Everything is run down - the rooms, poolside, common areas all desperately needing spruced up. My memory of Cyprus is of its friendly people but most waiting staff are surly (exception is Veronica who is lovely and works her socks off, plus Kyriakos at the bar). Food is a notch above canteen quality: mass produced, overcooked, dried out meat, lacking in flavour. Traditional British palate fairly well catered for if that's your thing. The cooked breakfasts are good. Entertainment is cringeworthy, overbearing and excessively amplified (glad we didn't have a poolside apartment)! Husband was dragged onto stage just as we were leaving the obligatory (exactvsame songs every night) mini disco to putting our small and very tired kids to bed. He played along thinking it would be 5 mins, but was stuck in a 1.5 hour cringeworthy 'Mr Ayia Napa' contest (basically making 4 poor guys make fools of themselves for everyone else's entertainment) while I eventually had to leave him there to put my kids to bed alone. A million miles from our kind of thing. Fellow clientele largely made up of other families - tattooed Daily Star readers, and astonishingly rude and unfriendly Russians. No hassle from anyone mind you. All inclusive to me suggests a hotel which caters for all your needs and has a little luxury. That's not what's on offer here. It's an adapted self-catering place. Lowest common denominator catered for only. Made the best of it to give kids a good time, but coming home fatigued and wrung out. Won't be back. More
tgrlvr, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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