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, an adults-only number, and one for kids. There's also 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.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 834 reviews
- Official Rating
Luxury holidays all over the world
- Stylish 4 and 5-star hotels
- Highly rated by you
- 20kg luggage allowance
- Kid-friendly Premier Families collection
- Long-haul Premier Luxury collection
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Snacks 12.00-17.00. Ice-cream. Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes 15.30-17.00. Dinner will be served in the Kamares Restaurant 19.00-21.30.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks served 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
International à la carte restaurant*
Set on the beachfront with a great à la carte menu to choose from.
Kamares buffet restaurant
This place has Cypriot and Italian themed evenings offering a selection of traditional specialities. There are also options for kids.
With parasols and sunbeds.
Rooms ► View all
twin room with inland view and balcony
These airy twin rooms are designed with a fresh and modern scheme. There’s room for up to 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. Outside you’ll find a balcony which is perfect for that bit of extra space outside. You’ll also have a TV and Wi-Fi. And air-conditioning is available from May to October.
1 bedroom family room with balcony
These light and airy family rooms are designed with a bright and neutral scheme. There’s room for up to 4 with a bunkbed in the double bedroom. Leading out from the french-doors is a balcony for that bit of extra space outside. You’ll also have a TV and Wi-Fi*. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
TripAdvisor Traveller Reviews Show more reviews »
We recently got back from a week's holiday travelling with our Daughter and her boyfriend. From arriving fairly late at night and being told they had kept the buffet restaurant open for us to eat, checking into our very nice rooms and getting a drink at the bar served by the lovely smiling bar staff our first night had got off to a good start! The hotel is lovely and very well kept, all areas spotless including the pools. Food was very good and some lovely use of herbs , also the sweets were very good unlike a lot you get abroad where they look good but taste awful. Drinks very good and always made with a smile. Entertainment ok, like a lot of hotels they do their best and it certainly wasn't the worst I had heard. Beaches and walks were really nice and a meal out in the town very reasonable. It was my birthday whilst there and I had a bottle of very nice cava in my room and a box of Turkish delight , a nice touch. Eating in the Restaurant (booked in advance) that evening really made it special and the food was excellent. All in all a lovely week and would definitely come back my only gripes and they are small ones, is the food could be warmer sometimes I don't like it piping hot but at times it was cold (but still edible as so tasty) . The other gripe is our room was a superior sea view which had great views and quiet apart from the night they had a wedding do in the reastaurant next to our block (the Al la Carte) which went on at very loud volume (disco) until the early hours of the morning. The reception dealt with the many complaints they had the next morning very well but I do think the hotel should be a bit more considerate to their guests and have a suitable time for finishing wedding does (this was an outside wedding do not one of the hotel guests getting married there) when we asked the barman what time it would finish he said it could go on all night! as it was it was well after 3 . That said everything else was brilliant and we would go back .More
2 different weeks at pernera.
we arrived 13th April for 2weeks all inclusive.we had travelled to meet friends who had been attending a wedding the previous week.We found the reception staff very well organised and in our room in minutes of arrival.all staff were found to be very helpful and diligent in their duties.room was modern and comfortable.bed also very comfortable.the food was very good and plentiful also the drinks.THE hotel has a great location right on the coast,5mins to a sheltered sandy beach.10 mins walk takes you in to the small village centre.Go to Bootleggers-- Smirnoff 9.95euros a litre.Bells whisky 10.25 a litre.village has a few bars and shops and bus stops to Protaras,aiya napa and Paralimni all worth a visit.fare is 1.5euros.hotel was very clean and well kept.this applied to all public areas and to rooms.The first week warranted a five star from my wife and I. The second week all the above was in place but spoilt by the arrival of 64 young footballers aged approx.8 to 16 for a stay of about 6days.They were accompanied by relatives and coaching staff who seemed to spend their days at the pool bar -nights too.they were noisy(the boys) they were rude they filled the lifts.At meal times they appeared to have staggered meals of about 20 at a time.They were like locusts, pushing in no supervision,emptying every thing in sight. other than this the entertainment was poor.I would recommend this hotel to anyone, but check if its a cypriot holiday and the local schools are not arriving for football competitions.More
alan p, 190793
We have just come back from celebrating our daughter's wedding in this beautiful hotel. As other reviewers have mentioned the hotel is spotless, the food excellent and the staff are so friendly and helpful especially George and all the waiters. Special mention too to the lifeguard who ran with lightening speed and jumped in and rescued a little girl who fell into the swimming pool, nice to know that they are so vigilant. We were in a superior sea view room on the 4th floor and it was worth the extra supplement. The Aura Spa is lovely and my husband enjoyed his massage there. The hotel is in a good location away from the busier area of Protaris which suited us but there is a lovely walk along the sea front which takes you to the busier beaches. It is about a 40 minute walk to the far end of Fig Tree Bay. There are lots of bars, restaurants and shops within a few minutes walk of the hotel if you want a change but it is not noisy at night. The Taba Diving School next to the hotel do free introductory sessions in the swimming pool and we then paid to do scuba diving in the bay with them. They were very friendly and professional and we would highly recommend them. The hotel staff could not do enough for us on the wedding day and everything was so well organised. The ceremony was in the beautifully decorated gazebo and the reception in the open air area outside the a la carte restaurant overlooking the bay and with lovely comfortable couches which was a perfect setting. There was a grassy area which the children could run about and play in safely there too. All in all we had a wonderful week and will definitely come back here for another holiday.More
FANTASTIC DIVE CENTRE
We was well looked after by Kassie who was an excellent instructor. We did 2 dives. A begineer and a beginner advanced. The whole team was brilliant. Lots of knowledge, very relaxed and very reasonably priced. Would recommend to any one looking to dive here. We saw pike fish, puffers, jellys and lots of bream. Great team 100% recommended. More
Our favourite Hotel in Cyprus
Once again we have had a wonderful stay at the Pernera Beach Hotel.We had a weeks stay in April and have booked for June and September.The food and the service are excellent.The staff are so friendly.The entertainment is second to none.Guma Mike is fantastic as are his team.They work really hard and are so professional.I personally love the musicals and the dancing.The fire show is out of this world and the finale always brings tears to my eyes.When you arrive you are made so welcome and when you leave its like saying goodbye to family.More
Things To Do► View all
People who looked at this hotel also viewed...
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally