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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International à la carte restaurant*
Set on the beachfront with a great à la carte menu to choose from.
This place has Cypriot and Italian themed evenings offering a selection of traditional specialities. There are also options for kids.
With parasols and sunbeds.
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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 with limited sea view sleeps up to 3, with an extra bed and satellite TV with limited channels.
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Not bad at all...
We visited the Pernera Beach Hotel, Protaras, for a week in September 2014. We met up with friends and family here for a wedding at a different location and overall enjoyed our stay here. There are plenty of nice things to write about regarding this hotel but equally, some things that are not so great. The Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia, are still British Overseas Territory on the island of Cyprus and there are still lots of friendly locals who are pro-British and of course, speak good English. The name Pernera means something to do with flowing water hence the windmill structure is symbolic of this hotel. The water pumping windmills can still be seen and there is still one adjacent to the pool area here. First impressions at the hotel were good. Most of the staff were helpful and friendly. Our room was spacious, clean and tidy, with a good view of the sea. We had toiletries, good quality towels and bedding along with hairdryer and safe at no extra cost. On our last day, we had a late flight and made use of a relativeâs room to freshen up. Iâm glad weâd paid extra for a better room, as our room was much bigger than the standard room. One little tip for you is that you need your room card to get around the hotel. The lifts need to be activated by a room card before theyâll work. The hotel breakfast was a bit basic but the lunches and evening meals were generally a very good standard. The drinks were acceptable quality and were freely available around the restaurant. The main restaurant had a smaller area overlooking the beach area with pleasant views. We went to the a la carte one evening (1 visit per week) and this was very pleasant indeed. At times you might be forgiven for thinking it was 5 star rather than 3+ hotel. George in particular ensured that we were looked after. Beach towels were of fair quality and changes were available every few days. The pool area was generally clean and tidy but the sun loungers are possibly the most uncomfortable Iâve ever endured. Some had retainer bolts missing and many were looking a bit tired. They had metal bars underneath that made them hard to settle. The coastline here is rugged but there is a small offering of a beach underneath the main restaurant. There is a main beach in the little bay too. Donât expect much here if you like nice beaches. Itâs fair to say that the beaches here are clean and safe but would never be contenders for the top beaches in the world. As 3-plus star hotels go, this has a lot to offer. Thank you to those staff who made our stay here a pleasant one and I hope you enjoy the closed season for a well-earned rest. Yes, we would consider going back as itâs not bad at allâ¦More
merseyblue-1, Liverpool, United Kingdom
We arrived late at night and when we had checked into reception we were offered sandwiches ( which is rare to get this service) The reception area is lovely. The staff were very helpful. We went to our room and had a lovely view over the pool area and towards the sea. Room was nice and clean. There were lovely bath robes and disposable slippers. The restaurant was big with a terrace to enjoy breakfast. The baby high chairs had cling film on the table to keep the table clean. The hotel overhaul was great. Very clean .The food was of a high standard plenty of options. ALL the staff were very pleasant and helpful. I would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone.More
I have stayed at this hotel twice before but it is over ten years since I last visited this hotel with my family. The hotel has been updated since then and the rooms have been modernised. The hotel has also become part of the First Choice All Inclusive which worked out well when you are with a group of people as there is no hassle with money and turns at the bar etc! Our welcome was good very quick and efficient. After a couple of days into the holiday we were given a couple of small bottles of wine and a plate of dried fruit and nuts as complimentary from the hotel. This was a nice gesture but I think it would have been much better to provide water in the little fridge in the room. This is so basic but essential given that you are recommended not to drink their tap water. Bottles of water at the bar were 2.50Euro each. The air conditioning was not very efficient, we were not able to reduce the temperature to cool enough therefore it was quite warm in the rooms. Food at the hotel was good, quite a good selection and not too big so that you were in a dilemma as to what to chose. One thing that I didn't like was that people chose to smoke cigarettes in the outdoor eating area at breakfast time. One of the pleasures of being on holiday is to be able to eat outdoors, its a shame it is spoilt by those who blow smoke over others sat nearby. Pool area was clean but I must say the sunbeds were so uncomfortable. No way could anyone have sampled the beds before purchasing in bulk for the hotel. The metal bar underneath dug into your back and there was a gap that your towel kept on falling through. The ones on the beach were much more comfortable but had to be paid for. The pool is not accessible for people with disability as had two of my family members. Hopefully this is part of the hotels planned renovations over the winter months. The pool definitely needs easy access for those who can't walk very well. Steps/slope with a handrail is a must. The steps to the beach are also unsafe. We saw a few people trip on the cobbled stones that were covered with sand which made them slippy. Think these would have been better if there were more steps but they were level. The evening entertainment was ok, the usual bingo session and there was a quiz which was quite good. I loved the parrot show even though I have seen similar in other places. The bar staff were brilliant - service with a smile and the drink quality was good too. (thank you!) All in all this was a great holiday and will definitely visit again and hopefully not in another 10 years time.More
Ann C, Leeds, England, United Kingdom
Crafty week away
We have just returned from this hotel and what a lovely time we had. This hotel is really nice. We had a lovely room with a fantastic view overlooking the pool and the sea 223. The room was spotless and the beds quite comfortable. The room was cleaned daily with fresh towels. The room safe was free to use. If I had one complaint it was that the air con was not great but because it was cooler of a night we could leave the doors open and this made up for it. The pool area was clean and there were plenty of sun beds but this did not stop other guests reserving the beds that caught the sun all day. There is a large grassed area with beds and a smaller section down the steps overlooking the beach and so there was no need to get up at the crack of dawn to put towels down. Pool towels were available. The pool bar was very concenvient and served snacks. The food in the hotel was good with a good choice of salads, meats and fish. Sitting outside overlooking the bay while eating was wonderful. Breakfast was in a seperate room and there was lots of choice for everyone. There was entertainment most nights and the bits we caught were good but we like to walk out of a night time. The hotel itself overlooks the beach to one side with steps leading down. We went to the beach most days and were charged 7.5 euros for 2 beds and a parasol. In the immediate area there are bars, resturants and shops. You can also walk along the promenade which takes you right into Protaras and the strip. We also took a walk along the other side which lead to a lovely Greek church. We went to the light show in Protaras which was okay. We also went out on a catamran which was great. There is a good bus service just up the road from the hotel which takes you into Protaras and Ayia Napa in no time. All in all I would have scored excellent for this hotel but the only let down was the air con. However, the location, friendliness of staff and overall felling of wellbeing will have us returning to this hotel again.More
LondonerE14, London, United Kingdom
Another Great Time
Another great time had Weather great Hotel great Staff absolutely wonderful Animation team work so hard Thank you to everyone at the pernera our stay was just great pity we did not get the room that we wanted 384 we had 382 still great view . Booking in quick fast and efficient pity old boy spent his first two hours in the lift going up and down til found the right floor he was so funny . Nice touch with dried fruits and nuts also the wine as we were returning guests thank you . Had a free meal in the a la carte dont have the cook your own hot stone grill this should be removed from the menu good idea not good in practice . Again the food in the restaurant was wonderful loads to choose from you cant go wrong . We do understand that this winter there are going to be some new developments and additions to the hotel and we are looking forward to this we do hope they get new sunbeds as they are quite uncomfortable indeed . We are getting MARRIED there next year (Sept 2015) and looking very forward to our return . Thank you again PerneraMore
paul g, northamtonshire
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