A great-looking pool and a sandy beach on standby make these apartments a sure-fire hit.
Beach lovers get a great deal at these apartments. There’s a sandy one just a few minutes’ walk away and it comes with bars and restaurants. Plus Ayia Napa and Nissi Beach are both about 15 to 20 minutes away on foot.
The main focus is the pool – a curvy number with a separate whirlpool bath and kids’ pool. Food-wise, there’s a buffet restaurant and waiter-service lunch. Meanwhile, the entertainment includes karaoke and parrot shows.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board meals. Snacks.
Unlimited local alcoholic drinks and non-alcoholic drinks including cocktails, draught beer, soft drinks, house wine and hot beverages between 10.00-23.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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This large pool takes centre stage with its waterfalls, sun terrace, sunbeds and parasols.
First Choice Kids' Club
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with views over the pool.
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Main Building 1 Bedroom Apartment with Balcony
1 Bedroom Apartment with Terrace
These spacious, contemporary apartments come with a terrace for that bit of fresh air. They have a twin bedroom, a kitchenette, and a lounge area with 2 sofa-beds. Plus, you'll also find air-con*, and a TV included.
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Dislike - drop off is at sister hotel across the road. Very confusing! We even queued up and mistakenly tried to book into wrong hotel!! Biggest thing and an easy one for them to fix; is incredibly in this day and age there is only weak patchy wifi in public areas only and nothing in rooms! TV isn't good either, hardly any English channels. No beach towel facility. Only get 1 room key not ideal and very restrictive. €10 per week to use the safe. Dated furniture and fittings in rooms. Reception old fashioned small and dated, Air con in our apartment only half worked (2 units but only 1 operating). No porter to help with bags and our apartment was a B (top) so up fairly steep stairs. It's all inclusive but when I wanted a bottle of water to take to room was told no! only glasses of water available. Luckily big supermarket is opposite. Drinks at bars were limited choice all the things I wanted (mojito, baileys, jack Daniel's, frappe, latte) they didn't have. Small restaurant with limited choice and not always great. Nothing much to do in evening no real entertainment and only so many times you can wander up and down the strip looking in the gift shops. Aqua aerobics in water that's too shallow. I also got a tummy upset for the final 3 days which was a shame. But no one else in our party did. Like - don't let first impressions or my list of dislikes put you off. My first thoughts were OMG this is awful. BUT you honestly quickly start to come round to the place. You actually start to like its flaws. Refreshing that's it's different to the large more stylish modern 5* hotels you're more used too. This place is small and it has a warm bijou family run feeling to it that's rather gauche and nice. The dated apartment even started to feel homely. Clean. Little kitchenette with kettle. Hairdryer. Nice size balcony. The staff are all friendly. There was plenty of sun beds and umbrellas and no-one really running to put towels down at silly o'clock. Very refreshing. Maybe it's different later in season though? There's no big rush at meal times either, plenty of tables and quick friendly service. Buffet breakfast and dinner, but a la carte lunch. There's a well equipped gym no one uses. A sauna and steam room that appears permanently switched off perhaps no one uses them or knows they're there. A pretty swimming pool. 2-3 min walk to nearby sandy beach. More
Don't go All Inclusive
When we arrived we were greeted by a cockney bloke named Thomas who was a fantastic geez. He told us to drop our cases at his desk and head over for a pint at the bar even though the all inclusive should have ended half an hour before he ensured every new guest could get a bevy from off the plane. We retired to our room - one bed 1st floor apartment at the back of the small estate. The room was spotlessly clean and well presented. The kitchen was well stocked with appliances and utensils to make meals (why a pity I'd gone all inclusive - which well get to soon). But the bed was two singles pushed together not a double which sucks for any couple who actually like each other. The room lacked any refreshments which I didn't appreciate as this is supposed to be a four star premier hotel. They were available for a 'very reasonable' four euros a day according to the welcome guide in the room - four euros a day to have the pleasure of making tea or coffee in your own room on an all inclusive holiday. The pool was nice - as was the space around it. Uncrowded and always had a sun lounger available. The worst thing was the food. It was awful. The hotel deems it acceptable to put onion rings and wedges on the breakfast buffet. There was only one day when fried bread and poached eggs were available. There was no porridge option but cereal is available. Evening meals consisted of cheap fish or a roast dinner on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and any other day. I'm a massive fan of gravy but I fear I'll never be able to walk past the bisto in Asda ever again without the dread of facing a meal at this hotel come flooding back to my mind. Lunch was the worst and inspired me to go and eat out every day for the majority of our holiday. I was served a burger so unappetising that if Elvis had sat down on the toilet to bite into this thing he would have died of sadness - not a heart attack. My parter had a 'pizza' that looked like it had been inspired by life in Guantanamo Bay. (See attached pictures). This place has lovely staff but the food was vapid. My pattern asked me to tone this review down on the last day at the hotel - until we found bones and gristle in our chicken mayo baguettes. More
Perfect for families
Looking for a last minute bargain we came across this hotel. Had we researched it better we almost certainly wouldn't have chosen a place which catered mainly for families with children. On arrival at 02.30 after a tedious journey we discovered there was no provisions of any description in the room; not even water, which we believe is essential, whatever the 'Board'. There was also no beach towel service. On a more positive note however the hotel staff with the exception of one waiter was exceptionally friendly, polite and helpful. A special mention to 'Maitre d'hotel' Lakis, waiter George and Lambrina. The food was good quality, varied, well cooked and plentiful. Children seemed well catered for in every sense. There were a couple of nice beaches within walking distance especially Pernera. The main road on which the hotel is located is vibrant, with an abundance of shops of all sorts. The rooms were a little dated but kept very clean. In the daytime the pool area was quite noisy, which one would expect with many children present but at night surprisingly quiet. Overall a pleasant experience.More
Lovely clean and friendly Hotel
We have recently returned from a weeks stay at the Tasia Maris Gardens and had a fabulous time. Arrived about 1130pm and our check in was quick with the cheerful friendly Thomas offering us sandwiches and advising us to leave our cases and go get a drink at the bar Might be a nice idea to leave a bottle of water in the fridge for later arrivals although accross the road there is a 24hr mini market We were in an upstairs apartment overlooking pool , just what I had emailed the hotel and asked for . Spacious one bedroom apartment with plenty of crockery etc if you want to cook . Apartment cleaned to a high standard daily by the friendly maids with shower gel and soap left when needed. The whole complex was kept spotlessly clean and the pool was fabulous , plenty of sun beds and shades never had a problem getting one . There were a few children there and on the whole they were well behaved with their parents keeping a close eye on them. Am sure the kids club onsite and the playground helped too. The food in the restaurant was good and very tasty, the chefs were always on hand replenishing the food and happy to advise you on anything . At dinner was always a roast and another meat based dish, fish pasta and kids favourites. Great choice of sweets and soup and salads and some lovely starters. At lunchtime great choice from the menu .. Portions were large but if you ask for a smaller portion this is not an issue. We never encountered dried up food . Entertainment - as previous reviewers have mentioned this is where it falls down .. We did have kids disco every night and they all loved it .. Our daughter now 30 but found ourselves singing along to the old kids club songs. One night we did have bingo and there was a great magician but this is where they need to do something for the adults and even during the day break it up with some French bowls or shuffleboard .. This could be situated at the back of the complex near the wall there is some space that could be adapted.. The staff are some of the best we have encountered nothing too much trouble so thank you Lakis Iannou elizabet George and all in the restaurant ,the head barman made the best cocktails and last but not least Thomas in reception who always greeted you on his way into We had a great time and will definately be back ,we met quite a few people who have been there numerous times and I can understand why they return.. Tip .. Bring your own pool towels as they do not hire them outMore
Good location...ideal for families
We stayed here in may 2017 travelling with friends and were all inclusive.The food was very good with all the usual breakfast items,help yourself to tea and coffee from the machines.cooked breakfast was very good,also plenty of cereal,fruit,yoghurt etc The bedroom was good....they are situated in a block of two around the pool.If you have mobility problems you need to request a ground floor room as there are 17 steps up to the first floor......there is no porter available and carrying 2 heavy cases up the stairs could be a problem. Also the only toiletries were a small bar of soap and a bottle of shampoo...so don't forget to take some.The pool is a consistent depth of just under a metre and is ideal for children.....but they do not supply pool towels so take your own.The beach is a 5 minute stroll from the rear of the complex,but a 10-12 minute walk along the concrete pathway from this beach takes you to Nissi beach which is far superior being situated in a large bay with shallow sea water and plenty of sun beds and umberellas at 2.5 euros each for the day.There are also shops and restaurants there.I f you fancy a boat trip turn right outside the hotel and a15-20 minute stroll will bring you to Ayia Napa harbour...well worth a visit...small beach there as well. You could also catch the bus1.5 euros for any distance you wish to travel.The staff are excellent in the restaurant and the room maid also. There is a supermarket opposite which is reasonably priced.Some evening entertainment most nights and childrens disco at 9pm.for the price paid it was very good value.More
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