This place doesn't do things by halves. On top of a jumbo lagoon-style outdoor pool, there are 5 more, including an adults-only one, plus a winding lazy river. It snakes its way through picture-perfect gardens that stretch over several acres. And as well as an al fresco buffet restaurant with pool views, there are 5 dining options. That includes a Rock 'n' Roll Diner that's decked out in Fifties' chic – we're talking checkerboard floor and jukebox. As for the beach, it's a 5-minute stroll, and there's public transport that runs there every half hour.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board meals. 2 visits to the Captain's Deck and 1 visit to the Japanese restaurant per week. Snacks from Royal Olympic restaurant 11.30-22.00. Ice-cream at the pool bar 11.30-22.30.
Unlimited local alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 10.30-23.30.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Blue Lagoon outdoor pool
An exotic pool surrounded by palm trees, waterfalls, bridges and whirlpools. There's a sun terrace with sunbeds, parasols and towels provided.
A separate pool ready for the kids to explore.
Fishermans lazy river
A watercourse that snakes through landscaped gardens. Rubber rings are provided so you can let the gentle rapids push you along as you take in the views.
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superior double room
Superior double room sleeps 2 in the adults-only Fisherman's Village wing of the hotel with bathrobes, slippers, radio and access to the shared adults-only Fisherman's Village pool. Minibar comes stocked with welcome drinks on arrival. Safe is also available.
deluxe double room
Deluxe double room sleeps up to 2 adults, across the road in the Olympic Bay section, with a radio, flatscreen TV, bathrobes, slippers, wine or champagne and fruit on arrival and express check-in. Minibar comes at a charge.
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This hotel is amazing!! Best all inclusive policy I've ever experienced. The staff are great, especially the reps. Food was fantastic, drinks menu was fabulous! Definitely worth every penny. We loved it so much we have convinced our entire family to visit in April 2014 as well as booking our honeymoon here in June 2014! Can't wait to visit again!More
Suzie_and_Scott, East Sussex
I stayed here at the start of September 2013 for one week with my partner. We arrived at the hotel quite late at night but we were greeted by a lovely member of staff who advised we could go to the Rock n Roll restaurant for something to eat and drink. Once finished here we were taken to our room by another friendly member of staff. We stayed in one of the rooms in the main hotel (240 I think). Our room was facing the main road but can honestly say that this did not bother us at all during out stay. The room had a king size bed and was sooo comfy! I don't always sleep that well when in hotels but had a great night sleep every night here. The room was light and airy and there was ample wardrobe space. When we turned the TV on we found a personalised message welcoming us to the hotel which we thought was a nice touch. The air con only worked if the balcony door was closed and if you left your room card in the slot but this wasn't an issue for us. Have to say the air con really was a god send at times! A fridge is also provided. This is stocked with some Pepsi, 7up, orange juice and water. It is only stocked once but we still found this to be a nice touch. All toiletries are supplied in the bathroom and are replenished as soon as a product has been used. Towels were changed as often as you wanted them to be. I am a very fussy eater and was worried about going all inclusive but I had nothing to worry about at all!! The food was amazing and there really is something to suit everyone. The food on offer changed daily and so you didn't have to worry about getting fed up of eating the same things. There is snacks on offer at the pool bar if you want a little something in-between breakfast lunch and dinner. You can also book to eat into the other two restaurants on offer onsite, both of these were fantastic. In the main restaurant you can eat inside or outside, outside has adult only areas which I liked but be careful where you sit as some seats have zero shade! There a few hotel cats/kittens that make an appearance when they see everyone having a meal, they were so cute!! The cocktails...these were amazing! We tried so many different concoctions and I have to say I loved the margaritas :) The staff and reps at this hotel were fantastic! They were all so friendly and more than happy to help with anything at all - especially Steve who worked at the pool bar, he was great! The grounds at this hotel were beautiful and I can see why it is so popular for weddings. We loved the idea of adult only areas which were amazing when you wanted to relax by the pool with a cocktail without kids running around. There was always staff around the grounds making sure everything was clean and tidy. Loved the lazy river!! There is various entertainment on in the afternoon and in the evening which was ok, some of the stuff at night was a bit cheesy for our liking but you could see the reps had put a lot of effort in. I loved the time we spent at this hotel and was really sad when it ended! I really couldn't recommend this hotel high enough for couples like us who just want a relaxing break in the sun in beautiful surroundings! Cannot wait to go back again. Next time we might think about booking into the fisherman's village just to try something different.More
Lynda M, Glasgow, United Kingdom
We visited as two families of three with young boys for a friends wedding in a nearby hotel and loved it. The food/service/location was excellent...we especially enjoyed the variety of the theme nights and the Japanese was amazing. The boys loved the pool and pirate ship/slides. The beach was a five min walk away and Ayia Napa was a €10 taxi away. Tip-book a junior suite as the twin rooms were minute!! A little on the pricey side but then again Cyprus is...More
Just as Good Second Time Around!
This is the second time we have visited the Olympic Lagoon, this time for our Honeymoon. We don't think you can beat this place as it offers so much for a wide variety of people. Food - Such a variety and even something for the most fussy person, the themed nights make sure you don't get bored with heats on offer and is always delicious. The Japanese restaurant is a really treat and worth booking. Rooms - Very Clean, tidy and beautiful. Some rooms have a separate shower and bath which is lovely. Staff - Wonderful, polite and very happy to help. The entertainers are wonderful, it offers some of the best entertainment I have even seen at a resort. Easy access into town on the bus which is very cheap and runs frequently. Overall, if you are considering booking this hotel just do it you will not regret the decision. We are struggling to find somewhere to go this year that is as nice and good value, we may be making our 3rd trip here.More
Jo M, London, United Kingdom
Fantastic stay in a great resort
Stayed here in August for my brother's wedding, along with a large group attending, across a wide range of ages - 2 to 70! My wife and I decided (wisely!) to upgrade to the Fisherman's Village, and it turned out to be a great decision - we could meet the family for meals / drinks / spend some time in the pool etc, but have our own space away from the children and family madness! Despite our late arrival we were met with bottles of water, sandwiches and a complimentary buggy ride to our room.The room was excellent, with sun loungers directly outside our room and a couple of steps to the lovely private adults-only pool. The room was large, with a 4-post bed, plentiful towels, plenty of space (unlike the standard rooms, which were much more compact!). Only negative was the shower enclosure letting water flood the bathroom each time - guess that's what the abundance of towels was for. It may just have been that room, and wasn't too much of an inconvenience, considering it was 36 degrees. The water didn't stand a chance... Resort staff would take orders and bring all inclusive drinks to your lounger poolside, along with cold flannels/towels and hors d'oeuvres and snacks. Fantastic service! The food was tremendous - with the breakfast, lunch and evening main buffet restaurant being varied and of high quality, as well as the Cypriot Meze Restaurant which was fantastic. The Japanese was nice, but basic. Anyone that doesn't have a fantastic Japanese restaurant nearby (which we are spoiled by!) will enjoy it. The American Diner was a nice change, and great for kids. The bar and entertainment staff were very friendly, hats off to Steve at the bar for being a friendly face every day. Beer and wine are good - cocktails a bit 'samey', but its a beach bar, not a Manhattan Cocktail Bar! The grounds are lovely, with plenty of pools, and a special note to the Lazy River. A few bizarre comments about it being too slow... which bit of 'lazy' are they misunderstanding? It was fantastic, and when quiet you could go round as long as you wanted. We had great fun relaxing in there. The resort is a ten minute walk through the hotel opposite to the beach, which was nice - lovely warm sea to bathe in, and a supermarket en route. Obviously we were there for a wedding, and its definitely a big deal there - we saw dozens of wedding parties. However, even though one of the main wedding 'venues' is right outside where we stayed, its not at all intrusive, and tends to be (quite deliberately) separate from the family areas at night, and the package my brother had was excellent. It was phenomenally hot, but that's an August wedding in Cyprus for you - part of the deal! :) For those with older children the teens club had Playstations, DVD rooms etc - I was really jealous, it looked great! Finally, my wife and I treated ourselves to a massage treatment and thoroughly recommend it. Excellent treatments and really friendly staff. In summary, loved the hotel, loved the upgraded room and facilities, and didn't have a disappointing meal while we were there. I'd recommend it for a family holiday, or a couples break - though I'd definitely go for Fisherman's Village in the latter case.More
Paul H, Leeds, United Kingdom
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