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


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


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

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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.


The courts can be floodlit and equipment can be provided at an extra charge.

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superior twin room with sea view

Superior twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3, with an extra bed. This is a larger room with bathrobes, slippers and a satellite TV with limited channels. Cots are available.

twin room

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3, with an extra bed and satellite TV with limited channels.

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Weirdest restaurant ever

I tried to find a restaurant that had a beautiful view and this was it, our table looked over the sea. The problem comes when you food arrived. The starter was good but nothing special then the main course. A plate of uncooked meat was put In front of us and we waited then two burners come over and they said cook yourself. ( the stone mixed grill apparently) it was novel but for the price you don't expect to cook it yourself. The staff did leave us for long periods of time what is annoying when you would like another drink. Did we enjoy ourselves then yes but was it for the food then no, but definitely for the experience. The burner in the heat does give you an extra tan. The hotel itself should not be knocked as it is a lovely hotel in a great place.More

Kieran D, Baldock, United Kingdom

fantastic hotel bent over backwards for our sons wedding in August

This Hotel is fantastic.There were 63 of us who travelled for two weeks for our son and daughter in laws wedding in July/August 2014..The food was great lots of different choices.Bedrooms very clean as was the rest of the hotel.Hotel staff were very friendly and worked very hard as indeed did the entertainment team.Nothing was too much trouble.If you are planning a wedding do not hesitate to book,our son and daughter in law decided to have there reception on the beach instead of the room they had said they wanted.they more than accomadated them.Thank you to all the staff we will certainly be back Mrs Pauline Campbell.More

paulinedaisy, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Pleasant stay at Pernera

This is the first time as a family of three that we had stayed in Cyprus. We choose the hotel based on its location and very good reviews from Trip Advisor. We booked with First Choice and flew out on a Thomson flight from Gatwick. On arrival at the hotel, which is about an hours drive from the airport, on an air-conditioned coach, we were greeted by the First choice/Thomson rep and pointed in the direction of the check in desk. We were checked in very quickly and given good instructions on how to get to our room, but more importantly information about the hotel, beach towels, restaurants and timings for breakfast lunch and dinner. We stayed in room 155. There are no ground floor rooms. The room we had was a family suite with a large balcony. Unfortunately our view was of a supermarket and what looked liked an abandoned building site. Having said that we don’t normally use our balcony, unless we need to dry some clothes, so the view wasn’t a deal breaker. The room itself was nicely appointed, very clean and modern. We had a kettle, TV, bath, shower and a box next to the bed, which controlled all the lights, which meant no one had to get out of bed to turn the lights off. A nice touch. Rooms are cleaned daily and sheets are changed twice a week with towels being changed every three days. The hotel itself is kept clean and tidy and there is a modern feel about it. Some areas need attention, but like most hotels nothing is ever perfect. The pool area is kept clean and tidy. Pool/beach towels are changed every three days. You are requested not to reserve sun loungers, but this seems to be ignored! If you have not been down to reserve a sun lounger by 8am, the chances of getting one are slim. It seems people reserve them very early. You will see them not being used until around lunchtime, which is very frustrating!! Even though it has “beach” in the title, don’t be fooled! The tiny piece of beach they own is very small and holds only a very small number of sunbeds. Getting into the sea from the beach is not easy, as you have to cross some very rocky areas. There is a sort of slipway down to the sea, but again this gets very hot and is also quite rocky and slippery. The best beach is Pernera beach itself, which you can use, but you must pay for any sun loungers and parasols (these are the blue ones). Here you will find a nice sandy beach, although its not white sand and therefore the beach gets very hot to the touch. The sea is lovely and warm and very clear. There is a watersports center, on Pernera beach, where you can pay for a whole host of activities, including jet skies, para sailing, banana boat rides etc. Breakfast is good. There is plenty to choose from. They have hot porridge, pancakes, an assortment of Danish pastries and cookies, yoghurt, sliced meats and cheese, cereals and plenty of fresh fruit. You can also help yourself to tea, coffee and fruit juice and soft drinks. Breakfast is also open until 11am when a continental breakfast is served. The pool bar is where you will get the majority of your drinks from and this is open form 10am until midnight. From 11am the pool bar serves snacks until 6pm. These include, chips, warm pitta, toasted sandwiches, nuggets burgers and pizza slices. The buffet restaurant was good. There was always plenty of variety on offer. One report suggest that it is pork every night, well that might be the case, but there was always fish, pasta, lamb, chicken, beef and turkey to go with it. We found that each night there was enough of a varied menu to provide choice as to what to have. There were also plenty of fresh salads and soups. They also provide plenty of desserts and fresh fruit with cheese and biscuits. We had the opportunity to dine in the Thallasa restaurant, which is the a la carte restaurant on site. We were given a complimentary meal and we found it very enjoyable. Its nice to have a sit down meal and get waited on now and again. The food was good, the service was good and I would recommend giving the Thallasa restaurant a go. There is a supermarket on site, which sells a broad range of products from newspapers to drink, ice creams, snorkeling masks, hats sun cream and many other items. If you want to venture out, just up the road is a small town with plenty of bars and restaurants, along with supermarkets, (not big ones and they all sell the same and the prices are very much the same too). There are also several souvenir shops, a Doctors and a pharmacy. The town of Pretoras is a short bus ride, which is around €1.50 or you can take a taxi for around €7-10. The hotel will arrange a taxi for you. The hotel caters mainly for UK visitors and those from Russia. The split seemed to be about 55% UK 40% Russian and the rest are from Europe and some locals, who manly visit at the weekends. Wifi at the hotel is free, but its best used in the morning or early evening. You can get coverage in the main reception and by the pool bar. I did manage to find a spot around the pool where coverage was excellent, but again this is during the daytime. The entertainment team are great. They do a great job of getting people involved, but there is no pressure. They are happy to stop and have a chat about your holiday. All in all we had a great time. The weather was fantastic and we meet some really friendly people.More

Tony W, London, United Kingdom

Best holiday ever

Had an amazing holiday at the Pernera Beach from start to finish. Staff were so friendly. Food and drinks were good plenty of variety. Lovely room comfy bed and very clean nice to have a fridge and Safe in the room at no extra cost. Will be back.More

joanne b, Steventon, United Kingdom

Lovely holiday

1st i wanted to mention Stavros on reception....cuddnt have had a warmer friendlier guy to greet us after arriving late evening after an awful bloke...right my holiday...there were 9 of us and we all enjoyed it....its well worth upgrading to superior rooms...views were fantastic n modern bright clean rooms with huge comfy beds....n loved the 'mood lighting' in room n hallway nice touch...every1 on reception was very helpful..our kids loved the entertainment and the team try to work hard...pool was nice but little frustrating that sunloungers were took early by selfish guests that didnt use them till hours later!!!.....and although its the hotels policy not for this to does...the views when sitting outside to eat lunch was beautiful...but must say there understaffed and it was alittle manic at times felt alittle sorry for the 2 waiters working outside.....was disappointed with the food....was hard to tell what it was half the time and looked like slop n quite unappertizing....but it filled a hole i room for improvement on the food other than that a gr8 holiday had by all :-)More

leisab333, Birmingham, United Kingdom

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