Electra Village

This fully loaded hotel has a big pool and an impressive entertainment line-up. It's a minute's walk away from a big waterpark, plus you can stroll to the beach in 5 minutes.

The Electra Village has a close-to-the-beach setting and a huge pool. What's more, it puts an impressive waterpark in arm's reach, so it’s a big hit with families.

Studios and apartments are nice and spacious, plus you get a balcony or terrace and air-conditioning as standard. Superior rooms come complete with a whirlpool bath, too.

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Based On 526 reviews

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    A Class
  • 22Buildings
  • 3Floors
  • 128Rooms
  • 1Lift

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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You get free access to the waterpark which is just across the road from the hotel. There's an impressive list of slides to get excited about - the Kamikaze and Freefall are both speed slides with big drops for those that enjoy a bit of a rush. And there's the Aquatube bodyslide with its twists and turns in the dark. The multi-lane number gives you speedy-fun races, too.

And just so you know, you need to be 120cm plus to use the bigger slides, and 140cm for the Sidewinder. 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. The waterpark is open May to October.

Kids' club

At the 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.

Outdoor pool

Generous in size, the pool here comes with a large terrace dotted with sunloungers. There's a pool bar in easy reach, too.

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1-bedroom apartment

1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4, with twin beds in the bedroom and 2 sofa-beds or camp beds in the lounge area. Air-conditioning is available from June to September.

1-bedroom apartment with limited sea view

1-bedroom apartments sleep up to 4, with twin beds in the bedroom and 2 sofa-beds or camp beds in the lounge area. Air-conditioning is available from June to September.

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Our wedding and honeymoon

Overall we was disappointed with everything. Considering it was our wedding and honey moon and there was 32 of us altogether I thoight something special might have been done but it wasn't. We was out in a basic standard room and that was it. The food was poor we ate out every night on the 2nd week as it was our honeymoon and we wanted it to be nice. Wasn't very impressed with first choice either we spent over £2000 and didn't get treated extra special. The people sitting next to us on the plane that we started speaking to was also getting married in Cyprus and had booked through first choice and they got a wedding box to put her dress in and champagne and chocolates in the vip lounge at the airport. We got none of that. Overall we were disappointed.More


If it's not too late change hotels

We stayed here in June 2015 we arrived just before midnight and were ushered into reception which looked more like a taxi office after a long journey we were offered dried up sandwiches and no drinks. once we got our room keys (5 rooms for our party) we went up to them and were very dissapointed they looked like a 70s butlins camp they we cleaned but not to a good enough standard and there were no mattress protectors on the beds (basic hotel hygiene) we were forced to go out to find food and drink at 12;30 am we walked out of reception and I was told by security to put my shoes back on because of the broken glass that may be around the hotel. We all went to bed and woke the next dayto find it was worse than we thought the kitchen if you can call it that was outdated and not a tea bag or coffee sachet in sight ( really from an all inclusive hotel) that said I was grateful for the kettle it was the only way I could stop the ants getting into our room. One of our party's rooms air conditioning kept breaking down and were moved backwards and forwards throughout the holiday The restaurant was very basic and the food bland and tasteless we ate toast and drank coffee we gave lunch and evening meal a try day one but ate out the rest of the week. The tables were cleared of using a dry cloth and anything that was on the table ended up on the floor ( no spray was ever used to my knowledge) on one occasion a small child knocked over a cup of tea/coffe and the parents picked up the broken cup and the contents left for the duration of the breakfast sitting. You could say that we never gave it a chance but first impressions count for me. The pool was ok but missing tiles were a bit of a concern and the further away from the bar you sat the more ants there were. Put your drink down and within 5mins it was covered in ants. At no stage did anyone appear to spray any ant repellent around to try to stop them The water park was good but none residents could pay to come in meaning that one day our party could not get seated near each other. We were only there for a week so decided not to make a fuss complaining as I work hard save hard for one holiday every 5 years and did not want to waste it moaning we made the most of it slept and showered there and spent the rest of the time away from the complex or at the water park. We decided not to complain at the time but took numerous pictures to back up our complaint which we have now raised with Thompson. THIS IS TWO STAR AT BEST Try and book it for next year it's been dropped by Thompson (SAYS IT ALL)More

annBirmingham, birmingham

Not a good hotel

The hotel is terrible. Rooms, breakfast and dinner are terrible. The best thing of the hotel is the Water Park that it has. I will not suggest you to visit this specific hotel. There are much more better hotels with Water Parks that you can visit. More

kypros2912, Aradippou, Cyprus


Why Marmite? Some of it i loved, some of it i hated!! So lets start with the bad. Electra Hotel is NOT on nissi beach which is 2 k away, its on nissi rd, a fact that the holiday company should point out to customers as its misleading. There's a beach 200 mtrs or 500 to a nicer one at sandy bay. Wedding parties/stag/hen do's use this hotel and can be a problem as the hotel will not stop serving alcohol till stop time, draw your own conclusions on that. Lifeguard ????????? one spent most of his shift on the mobile. STOP people standing in the pool drinking beer !! The good. Room 3403 ( studio ) was large with clean newish comfy beds (4), air con and a bit old fashioned on the decor but did the job well. The cleaner did an excellent job, plenty of towels. Cyprus ants ?????? did see a few, but to be fair WE have invaded their space and not the other way round as they were here 10 million years before us. The pool was a nice walk in type great for the kids with a little ones pool and a game pool at the top of the site. There were a couple of kiddie " incidents", but the staff were on the ball and sorted it quickly ( ish ). Dining was a bit hit n miss, breakfast n lunch were fine and the snack menu was extensive. evening meal was a bit of a disappointment due to the odd mixture's of food, it was always plentiful if not hot. The dining area's were very basic and disappointing for a 3 star plus hotel. All staff, from the hotel manager to the cleaner were always very helpful and obliging. To sum up. For the £671 each for 14 nights it was ok, if i had paid £1275 + each for 14 nts like some i met i would have been asking to be moved, pronto. We are seasoned visitors to Cyprus and there are much better locations for that sort of money. Unlike every other hotel we have used in Cyprus there is also no evening dress code anywhere in the hotel, you can go down for dinner in the evening with the wife in a nice dress and find yourself sat next to someone in swim shorts a vest n flip flops, sometimes without the flip flops. Unattended children with hands in the food trays was the norm, ice cream tubs in the fridge contained allsorts of bits from the odd chip to sweetcorn. Not the hotels fault i suppose, like the young child who about 8 and shouting his head off round the pool one day, when a lady asked him to quieten it down a bit his reply was " me mam says i can shout as loud as i like on holiday" Also why do parents buy a pair of armbands/lilo for a 4/5/6 year old child that cannot swim then let him float about in 5 feet of water while they are sat 100 yards away supping beer at the bar.......amazing. Water park is solely for Electra customers and is a nice size to keep an eye on the kids. Would we return ?? Not unless it was cheap, about the same as self catering prices and we know it has comfy beds.More

stephen n, Nottingham, United Kingdom

Cleanliness should be a priority

I and friend arrived at Electra village on the 7th June 2015.On arrival the place is one big let down from what is advertised in brochure. Although everything is dated, you could put up with that if cleanliness was a priority. which I can assure you is certainly not.The floors in apartment were full of dirt . You could not put feet on floor, the furniture was never pulled out and muck was everywhere. On the balcony was mounds of dry bird poop which never got cleaned and I do have the photos to prove this.The dining room is a major hazard for for hygiene. the tables were only ever cleaned with one cloth that was never rinsed . This cloth was used on all tables after each sitting . this just not acceptable at any level. The quality of the food was appalling , it was tasteless and looked just like mush. On our last day some adult idiot pooped in pool.Yes they stopped anyone going after the event, but what they should of done is empty pool . this they did not do and people were in it early next morn..I am not a moaner , but I payed good money for this holiday and cleanliness should be a top priority at all times watever the age group.They was an adult whom was constantly drunk around the pool, this should of been dealt with as they were families whom were really concerned regarding this persons behaviour, but the barstaff and management nor the reps intervened. He was allowed to consume excess amounts of alcohol becoming to which his behaviour and choice of language was out of control. Management should intervene with people like this if it was to portray itself a as a family hotel. Please Electra village please update decor, make cleanliness a priority , improve quality of food and deal with idiots around children then this could be a good all round hotel .People work and save hard to maybe have one holiday per year and they should not be let down at any level.More

Yvonne544, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom

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Some of the waterpark slides may not be suitable for small children, height and age restrictions apply: 1 attraction for ages 3-8 years, 5 attractions with minimum height 120cm and 1 attraction with minimum height 140cm.

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