Hotel Pernera Beach

A sandy cove sets this hotel off nicely and provides the beachfront setting for the à la carte restaurant.

This hotel is in a sandy cove so you’re just steps away from the beach, and there’s a mini-selection of bars and restaurants a few minutes’ walk away. For more sand and added nightlife, Protaras is a 5-minute taxi ride.

The pool scene includes a main pool, one for kids, and a snack bar. On the subject of food, there’s a buffet restaurant and a smart à la carte place right on the sand. Evening entertainment ranges from quizzes to tribute acts.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Full Board buffet meals. Snacks 11.00-18.00. Ice-cream. Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes 15.30-17.00. Dinner will be served in the taverna 19.00-21.30.

Drink

Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks served 10.00-24.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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International à la carte restaurant*

Set on the beachfront with a great à la carte menu to choose from.

Buffet restaurant

This place has Cypriot and Italian themed evenings offering a selection of traditional specialities. There are also options for kids.

Outdoor pool

With parasols and sunbeds.

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twin room with sea view and balcony

These twin rooms are designed with splashes of colour on a neutral scheme. There’s room for 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. Outside you’ll find a balcony which overlooks the sea and TV and Wi-Fi* access. Just so you know, air-conditioning is available from May to October.

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WILL BE COMING BACK AGAIN THIS YEAR!

We stayed here end of June beginning of July last year. Lovely hotel, spacious grounds that were well looked after. We preferred to use sun beds on the grass area, easy access to both beaches. Sandy cove to the right our favourite. Adult pool was a real bonus, enjoyed an occasional dip. The location was excellent, not too busy and very scenic. A number of shops near by and a few places to eat out. The path way near the beaches were nice to take a stroll along. To the left the harbour and if you venture another 10 minutes further it leads to a lovely quiet beach with a hippy looking bar that the locals tend to use, so not busy. Had a nice cold beer in there. In the other direction, to the right, leads to Protaras. We didn't go as far as there, as we have been on another occasion. Well worth a visit. Beach there can get really crowded, but some nice shops and bars. Bus outside the hotel, 10 minutes ride we were told. Our room was of a good size, facing the pool and a clear view of the sea. Tea making facilities in your room which were topped up every day. Didn't have an issue regarding towels. Plenty were provided and changed every 3rd day. At home for those who remarked on changing their own towels daily, all I can say is that your electric bills must be high. Imagine a family of five, a lot of washing! Pool towels we were aware that they were only changed every 3 days, so took a couple of beach towels with us, as we like the beach and they can tend to get dirty quick. Also sometimes they don't dry in time for the next day. A free safe in your room, another bonus. Food at the hotel in our opinion was excellent. I'm a fussy eater and I managed to find something always that I enjoyed, puddings were fantastic. The service in the hotel was the best we have ever experienced, really friendly and welcoming. I can honestly say that this was the most relaxed we have ever felt anywhere and that has a lot to do with the staff as well as the setting. The entertainment wasn't really our cup of tea, but plenty of people seemed to enjoy themselves. Entertainment team did work hard and left you in peace in the day if you were happy enough to just want to sun bathe. All in all we had a wonderful two week stay and don't normally visit anywhere twice, but have just booked again for July this year. Really good value for money hotel. If you are a couple don't be put off by this hotel being a family hotel. In school term really relaxing. And I should imagine when the children are off, there is so much outside space to escape from them if need be. Sorry kids love you really, just been there and done that if you know what I mean! This year may decide to venture out a bit more as there is so much to do in Cyprus.More

debbie l, 186403

Fantastic holiday, friends wedding (Oh, and a proposal!)

Our friends booked the Pernera Beach Hotel for their Wedding in October 2015. Nearly 80 of us stayed at this hotel. Check in was friendly and quick. The entrance and lobby area is nicely decorated and modern with fresh flowers everywhere. The elevator up to your room / floor requires key-card access... otherwise its the stairs! ROOMS: We were given a Sea Facing room which had great views over the pool area and the ocean. The room overall was clean and well kept, wasn't huge but was large enough. Enough storage, TV, Tea & Coffee facilities, safe and Hairdryer in room. The bathroom was tiny, only just big enough to fit a Shower, sink and toilet, but again it did the job - could have been a little cleaner, maybe required some TLC. Rooms cleaned on a daily basis with towels and toiletries replaced. Large balcony area with table and chairs. The electrics within room were controlled by putting your room key-card in to a slot on the wall... be aware that whilst your key-card is not in the room, the Air-Con switches off. My bed seemed to be hard as a rock, like sleeping on the floor! TIP: Many of our friends stayed in the swim-up family rooms, brand new and built in 2015. These are lovely and have their own private pools. The rooms have 1 double bed and 2 single beds, it is essentially 1 big room with a "half" wall separating in to 2 rooms. Very clean, modern and large. SWIMMING POOL: They have 3 swimming pools onsite, 1 adult only, 1 childrens and 1 mixed. The adults only pool actually had lots of children in and no one battered an eyelid! Clean but VERY COLD. Lots of beds around the pool, never had an issue with securing a bed, even with a large group of us wanting to be with each other. FOOD & DRINK: There are 5 restaurants / bars onsite; The Breakfast Room, The 2 Pool Bars, The Lunch / Dinner Room and The A La Carte restaurant. Breakfast was good enough, your average continental breakfast with the usual choices, same goes for lunch. You can either have lunch at the Lunch Restaurant or you can grab snack food from the Pool Bar from 11am onwards (burgers, chicken nuggets, fish fingers, chips, sandwiches, ice cream). Dinner was themed every night, OK quality for an AL. You have the option to go to the A La Carte restaurant which was again, OK. Drinks within the AL package are OK, a BIG cocktail list but they are watered down. FACILITIES: There is an onsite mini-market which provides your essentials if you've forgotten anything from home, food, drink, newspapers and souvenirs. A gaming zone which has pool tables, gaming machine, air hockey, etc. They have WiFi however, we were on the 4th floor and it didnt reach us, we had to be down in the public areas to get it. Also you need a code for the WiFi which ran out every 24 hours. Each device needed its own code. ENTERTAINMENT: Every evening the events team hold a children's party, it seemed to run quite late (I think from 9pm onwards) and then there was adults entertainment afterward - usually consisting of a quiz, bingo, etc. The entertainment was OK, but not my cup of tea! Daytime - the Ent Team are great, offering lots of activities throughout the day, although they weren't often taken advantage of - Swimming Pool Diving, Water Aerobics, Pilates, Ping Pong, Volley Ball, etc. SPA: There is a lovely spa onsite with an indoor swimming pool, again the water is freezing and not heated. The prices are a little similar to here in the UK, 80euros for a massage. My other half booked us a couples spa retreat day and ended up proposing - a HUGE thank you to the ladies at the Spa Reception who helped arrange the entire thing, it was extremely romantic - rose petal, candles, hot tub, massages - bliss memories! LOCATION: From the airport the coach journey was approximately 1 hour, this did include 2 stops to drop other guests at alternate hotels. The hotel is right on the beach and only 2 minutes walk from Pernera Strip (lots of shops, bars, restaurants), 5 minute cab from Protoras (better for a big night out) and 15 minutes cab from Ayia Napa. BEACH: You have a couple of options for the beach; just down from the swimming pool there is a little rocky cove which is perfect for snorkeling, behind the Breakfast Room / A La Carte Restaurant there is a larger cove with sand and a water sports kiosk and the same to the left hand side of the Hotel behind the chapel. WEDDINGS: What a lovely location, made even better with the weather. Our friends held there ceremony within the little outdoor chapel. Just be aware that this is open and right next to the swimming pools meaning that you are in view of everyone and you have half naked sunbathers just yards away from you. Afterward we had the entire A La Carte restaurant to ourselves which was decorated specifically for the wedding party. We had our own private bar too, again which remained part of the AI package. Fantastic views over the ocean whilst the sun set. Food was great and the party ran on in to the early hours of the morning. All in all we had a great time at this hotel, I personally believe its because there was a large group of us and we were surround by friends and family for a wedding. I don't think I would come here as a normal holiday as it is very much based around Children and Family holidays... I prefer adult only to be honest.More

JadeyNunn, 227132

September 1 week Holiday - Great Time!

Stayed for one week. Check-in was quick and simple. We were staying on the top floor in the new side of the hotel. The view was really good looking out to sea. Our room was really big and so was our balcony. The room had mood lighting which can be controlled next to the bed along with the rest of the lights in our room. A double bedroom booked but it was two single beds pushed together which I found annoying sometimes where it would split down the middle. Dressing gowns and slippers were provided along with a hairdryer. Breakfast buffet had a lot of choice and was pretty decent, ranging from cooked breakfast, continental, fresh crossings, fruit, pancakes. Lunch we normally just had pool the pool snacks which were burgers, nuggets, toasties, salads. There was also lunch served in a restaurant which was buffet style but we didn't really have that often. Only ate in the hotel once for dinner even though we were all inclusive I didn't really like food that much. We ate out at the local restaurants which is only 5 minute walk from the hotel. The food was so much better, we had pita bread and taziki, Mexican restaurant, fresh ice cream. Also near the restaurants was a few local bars too showing sports and live tribute acts. There is a buggy rental place in the same area we hired a buggy for a day which was a good experience driving to different towns.. The hotel facilities were good, the two pools, one was adults only and the other mixture and there was a small baby pool. The evening entertainment got slightly boring for us, bingo and mini kids disco every night was tedious. Some of the acts were okay for an hour or so, but probably not every day. The inclusive drinks were okay, good choice, obviously not the same as name brand drinks. In the day they had all inclusive milkshake of the day which was nice. The wifi was not good, could not get wifi anywhere really, was really slow it's not good at all. There is a beach right next to the hotel which is a cove which is really nice and a good place for snorkelling which we did. Clean hotel and clean hotel grounds. Overall really nice 1 week stay and would recommend staying here.More

KMFOX, 503784

Expected a little something special

Me & the Wife went here on our Wedding Honeymoon on 26th August 2015 for Two weeks, I emailed the hotel with a request to make my honeymoon special for me and my wife, I got automated email message back saying they will contact me about my enquiry within two days but never happened, sim that's my first disappointment, then when we got to our room there was nothing in there special as we were newly weds or anything, I was thinking perhaps they never emailed me back because they would put something in place obviously not, all a bit of a disappointment really considering they do Weddings there, perhaps it's because we never actually got married there who knows? Big let down, although the place was lovely it's the first impressions that count and we were let down, grassed area of sunbeds needs major attention really poor for such a nice place, spa was nice though but don't think we will return on this experience...More

Dazzab1968, 186220

Summer sun

Stayed at pernera beach for 2 weeks in Aug 2015. The hotel and staff cannot be faulted. The good was fine plenty of choice. Drinks were OK if not comparing strength to home. The staff were the best, always smiling and happy to help. We had one strange encounter with the lady at lunchtime restaurant who told my wife to tuck her beach towel away in her bag, yet it was acceptable for hen parties to walk into evening dinner with 5foot inflatable penises, while children present. So would I go again? Probably not. It's OK if you don't mind wedding groups, hen parties behaving as if it's there own private hotel but it can get noisy.More

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