A small three-star hotel surrounded with Pavlo Napa, Tassia Maris and another one I can't remember the name of. There is a small swimming pool, nice, but you'd have to be crazy to swim in a pool when there is a beautiful white-sand beach right across the road. The rooms are small but functional, a twin bed and a bunk bed (there were a lot of families with children), air conditioning, mini bar (15 CYP), TV (nothing on)
This is a fantastic apartment block located in the quiet end of Ayia Napa close to Ayia Thekla with a 10 minute walk to the lovely Maccronnisis Beach which is quite a busy beach but well laid out with a very friendly guy who charges 1.25 CP for the loan of beds and umbrellas, he also patrols the beach to ensure your belongings are safe it is brilliant. The people who own the apartments are the best we had our rooms cleaned virtually every day and our bedding changed 6 times during our two weeks stay, which is the best i have ever had from a Self Catering holiday. The place is so clean and the staff so obliging, it is very close to a number of really good tavernas which are all within walking distance are moderately priced and a full variety of food.
The pool is cleaned and so are the beds around the pool every morning the corridoors to the apartments are cleaned every day, the people who own the apartments just could not do enough for you, for familes, for couples or for older persons this is brilliant, for a group of youngsters it is great but be prepared for having to spend £3.00 Cp on a cab into town as it is a 7km walk which is maybe ok at the beginning of the night but perhaps not so good at the end. Push bikes can be hired for £10.00CP per week and it is so flat it is brilliant for getting about.
we took our Two boys 12 - 13 years and our parents late 70's and we had the best time ever.
Also the Laundry is great buy the powder from the supermarket next door at .60p then it is 1.50 for a large load, did all the washing before I came home it was great.
Rooms are the same like on 3* or 4* hotels. Comfortable, clean and tidy. Unfortunately, the swimming pool is really small, but it is situated on the roof. We used it just to feel fresh after several hours of sunbathing. There are a lot of people from UK, Ireland, Poland and Israel. We had a really nice restaurant on the first floor, nice food and really cosy there. In the evening you can see streets full of young people going for clubbing. Across the street there is a hotel Napa Plaza. From our balcony we could see people partying there every evening and of course big tv screen with fashion tv. Or with World Cup 2006.
Cornelia is really good. One of the best variants for clubbing youth.;)
1)It's very close to all clubs and parties. So you save money on taxi.;)
2)There are sometimes problems to bring someone to your hotel with you.
3)Speak about condition while booking or they will make you pay 3 CYP a day per room for fresh
4)While going to the beach just turn left after pizza hut.;)It is the short way!
When we arrived we were welcomed by a very goodlooking swedishguy. The first thing he said was: "I'm here to make this stay your best week in your life!" The hotel was very simple, nothing special about it really. The room, were apartements with a living room combined with a kitchen, a balcony large enough to fit three people and a bed room. You could easily fit four people to sleep there. The hotel is not for under age 18, which made it easier for us to come home 10 in the morning after partying in Ayia Napa. The hotel is completely selfcatering, so you can't get anything to eat from the hotel, only from the poolbar..It's only two stars, but I wopuld give it atleast 3. The hotel organized poolparties,pasta parties and all kinds of different happening, mostly alcholrelated :D They had their own entertainer at the hotel, Dandy, which was a great guy that knew alot of songs that he sang by the pool every night. In the hotel there lived mostly swedes, norwegians and danish, but finns were common too.. It was just far enough from the center that you could have a good night sleep without beeing disturbed by the nightlife, but just near enough that it took 5 minutes to walk to the center.
The people working in the hotel made the expereince a superb one, I didn't mind the faciliteies, even though it's not the best I've seen in my life, and certainly not the worst either. It wasn't at all expensive to live there, and in the hotel area was a supermarket where you could get most opf the necessitites. If you go there, try to get a room by the pool, because there's the happening. We were unfortunate,so we got a room in another builidning that the hotel's reception, but it was okay anyways.
Accommodation in Ayia Napa falls into three categories:
1 Very Posh: These are mainly out of town a bit with many of the better ones being clustered around the beautiful Nissi Beach. Perfect for families and the beach obsessed, who wouldn’t be into Ayia Napa’s nighttime scene. Don't forget your credit card!
2 Tired and clean but central: Quite a few to choose from around the centre of Napa. Expensive for what you get, but dead central for those 5am exits on your hands and knees from the clubs. Clean and safe.
3 Grotty and mid priced: The chosen accommodation of cockroaches, students and those intending to spend their holiday in blissful drunken oblivion. Normally right beside the clubs and not for the discerning or faint-hearted! That being said for those on a tight budget, there are all the cockroaches you can eat. Plenty of protein and nice and crunchy too.
The apartments are centrally located to all of the facilities of the resort. It has a great pool and quite a good snack bar, pool bar and evening drinking bar.
The pool is quiet until around lunchtime ... when those who have been making the most of the nightlife start appearing.
It is possible to book direct with the hotel rather than through a tour operator.
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