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.
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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.
All are included except where indicated.
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.
Had a nice week here in May. Went all inclusive, food was very good. We are vegetarian and could find something at most meals. The lady who ran the restaurant always offered us the option of having the chef make us something if we didn't see anything which took our fancy, this was a nice touch. Rooms were nice and comfortable enough. Entertainment wasn't wonderful, but the season was just starting really. The guy (Mike) who organised things was very good with the limited resources he had. His team were just arriving on the week we arrived so I am sure it would get better. Mike was right into everything, even done a fire eating show. The staff were excellent from top to bottom. Hotel was very clean, I could not find any fault in the hotel at all. Pernera is on the other side of Protaras, but there is a nice walk to the town. There are shops and bars close-by as well. There is also a nice little beach right at the hotel, and other beaches within easy walking distance. I would certainly come back to this hotel.More
If you are going to protaras on hols you won't be disappointed in the Pernera beach hotel. We have visited it twice now and can honestly say well worth a visit. Very clean hotel and rooms , food great , staff are also great very helpful and make your holiday enjoyable.More
Arrived at 1am in the morning to be greeted by Stavros, bless him lovely man with a huge heart and a lot to say. My husband took the information on board all that was said, as myself and my daughter were very tired and just wanted sleep. We had paid for a Family Suite Sea View and that is what we got. Fantastic views, lovely room and very spacious. The next day which felt like we had only shut our eyes, it was breakfast time and being 2 hours ahead put our body clocks right out.. lol. But who wants to sleep whilst you are on holiday, we went to the welcome meeting and then literally was by the pool and sunbeds the rest of the day. We didn't do much for the week and just stayed mainly at the hotel by the adults pool as we were here for some rest/respite and a relaxing break. Sunbeds were easy to get and no rush unless you wanted to be around the pool then it was a 6am start but we were happy on the grass by the waters edge watching the world go by. We did do protaras one evening and saw the Magic Dancing Waters, would truly recommend this show and not to be missed. Protaras is the hub bub of bars, restaurants and shops which was pleasant to browse and wonder. The hotel is close to shops, bars and restaurants for a change of scenery with karoke etc which we did one evening. The staff around the hotel are very pleasant, polite and professional. We made many friends there whilst staying here and are still in contact. There were weddings mostly daily at the hotel but didn't affect our stay, if anything it was lovely to watch from your sunlounger. The choice of drinks were plentiful and a wide variety, the food however was a bit repetitive so found it a little difficult and my husband being a vegetarian was having great difficulties but we mentioned this and the lady manager of the restaurant who was quite happy to help you but we didn't like to trouble and he got by. I do feel food labelling should be more explainable mainly for vegetarians looking for things as my hubby is allergic to fish and he did have a reaction one evening due to eating saffron rice as we thought but found a shrimp in it after he had eaten a few mouthfuls... We did mention this but if I am honest he kept a wide berth of the hot food due to this error. The entertainment is the only downfall at this hotel. Whilst they tried really hard It felt like they were struggling. However, The staff try and do everything they can to make your stay perfect and do interact with you but overall a lovely hotel with room for improvement which echos some of the other reviews stated. Did we make a good choice for choosing this hotel, yes and a lovely beach just to the side of the hotel which is clear blue and very warm.More
Our second visit to the Pernera Beach Hotel stayed in room 387 which had a fab view .All the staff are so nice and nothing is to much trouble for them George in the morning at breakfast greets everyone with a smile and good morning , had a wonderful two week stay and would love to return next year. Big thank you to all the staff at the Pernera Beach and hope to come back soon.More
Karen M, 186338
Just got back from a lovely stay at the pernera beach hotel. The staff are all so friendly and helpful.. We arrived on my birthday late evening so unfortunately after a long day travelling didn't have the time or energy to celebrate. The following evening we had a knock on the door and was given a bottle of secco , Cyprus delights with 2 glasses !! Compliments from the hotel .. What a lovely surprise and start to our holiday.. The holiday only got better .. The view we had from our balcony was amazing ( room 356) The hotels location is the best ! only a 20/30 coastal walk to protaras or a 10 min air conditioned bus ride for the cost of 1.50 euros.. A walk is a must though because of the lovely views and plenty of stops for drinks/food if needed.. We walked all the way to fig tree beach too one afternoon which took us about a hour. It did get very hot though so plenty of sun cream & stops are advised... There are a few beaches both sides of the hotel and plenty of pubs/ restaurants just a 5 min walk away.. I'd recommend The ranch pub which has a tribute band every night so you can always go outside on an eve if you fancy a change as the hotel entertainment is low key but family orientated.. The drinks are good with plenty of cocktails to choose from. The food is the same as most AI!! So can become a bit repetitive if staying more than 7 days but the food is plentiful and good.. The hotel itself is spotless. And clean ... The pool area never gets overcrowded as some I have experienced in the past . we never had any problems getting a sunbed even though we didn't get up until about 9.30 most days and went in June.. We we are hoping to go back again the end of sept if it's within our budget.. But definitely will Go again another year .. Hope to see you all again soon Pernera .. G& P x More
Paula D, 186220
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