These 1 bedroom apartments come with a kitchenette. You’ll have a twin bedroom, 1 sofa bed plus a foldaway/Z bed. There’s a lounge and balcony or terrace for that extra bit of space. And Wi-Fi* is also available.
Brilliant location for partying as it is located very close to the strip. Music around the pool area most of the day with a relax and chilled out atmosphere to get into the party mood! However wifi is not free at this hotel which caused a big issue for me and my house mates when trying to contact home. We ended up paying for the wifi which cost a fair bit and then ended up not working a lot of the time! The rooms were okay considering the price but were a small bit old fashioned.More
A week in Anthea October 4th
The entrance to Anthea Hotel Apartments is very misleading.
Straight off the Ayia Napa street into a stylish reception area.
The receptionist was very polite and friendly on our arrival here and that applied to each and every single member of staff here.
The room we had was a twin with kitchenette facilities including fridge.
Very tidy and looking clean all over. However, the floor we later discovered had not been mopped for a few days as our bare feet soon got black.
This was rectified as on our first morning before I had a chance to complain the cleaners had mopped clean our room floor.
We had a ground floor two roomed apartment with one of those being the bedroom with twin single beds. The beds had a firm mattress which meant a thumbs up from me!!! Our bedroom balcony overlooked the side street but we don't go to Ayia Napa to admire view from balcony!! The other room being the lounge with table chairs and settee along with kitchenette and fridge. Room lighting was poor but not too much of a problem as we spent little time in there anyway. The bathroom was clean and tidy but no toiletries present like soap or shower gel etc.
Towels clean and were replaced every other day.
Bedding changed three times over our 7 night stay. Actually think only two days no maid came into our room at all over the 7 nights so not too bad.
I always have a room safe and here the cost was 20 Euros for 7 nights and 8 Euros refunded on leaving provided you show the receipt. No receipt no 8 Euros rebate!!!! The room safe is located in reception and is under watchful eyes of reception. Thumbs up from me again.
The room key has a large heavy metal fob which on entering the room is placed into power switch. Hence when you depart from room taking the key all power goes off.
The Hotel pool very clean and tidy as were the sun loungers. I didn't use the Hotel pool but it did look very clean. Plenty of folk staying here swam in the pool. I prefer the fresh seawater not Hotel pool. My choice.
I never ate here nor even had a drink either.
This Hotel is sited more or less the centre of Ayia Napa hence plenty of competition for good Cypriot food and drink. Across from Hotel is funfair so you always had landmark to guide you!! Important after a good night out!!!More
To blaaaady hot
Just a WARNING to any Brits traveling to Aiya Napa. The weather was to blaaady hot it was unbearable!! I had to invest additional money at the hotel to be able to have air conditioning which personally I feel like is a breach of my human rights!! And it was still to blaaaady HOT!!
The cleaners and the cleanliness of the hotel was up to a good British standard and what we expect when traveling aboard. Another good piece of advice is to be careful when traveling to the beach the sand out there stick's to you like glue and with the extreme heat this can become very uncomfortable.
Ps if you want to get quad's easy riders is the place to go!!More
Jacob M, 186299
Traveled here with my girlfriends in July 2015, Peak season in Ayia Napa and had the most amazing time, the hotel staff were friendly and helpful and the hotel was easy to navigate around, perfect for us it was full of young people, party-goers and was constantly on the party scene. A 5 minute walk from the main strip of Ayia Napas Nightlife and conveniently located near some very good fast food places for the end of a night out.
The rooms were clean and spacious and generally all have very good views, as far as I am aware they all had balconies and a small kitchen facility.
The location of the hotel was brilliant perfect for anyone looking to fully experience Ayia Napa and all it has to offer !
Your travel agency will tell you not to trust the reps that come to your door in the hotel but don't listen to them!! The reps will give you a better price and work directly for the events, we were warned of them by Thomas Cook and yet purchased all of our tickets through the reps for a fraction of the price and didn't get turned away from any events! Would recommend this hotel to any groups traveling to Napa for the nightlife!
Families beware Napa is not the place for kids during the summer!!More
Shannon H, 186310
Perfect for off peak season
Me and my friend stayed here from 14th-19th October 2015. We did not want to say in peak season as in our late 20s we are a bit old for that!
You basically get what you pay for with this hotel it's basic and clean. The beds were fine and when asked for extra pillows as only had one flat one they was happy to help and they were even more comfortable. The shower was hot and powerful. Head towels and bath towels are provided.
We stayed for 5 nights and we had clean sheets, towels, and room done twice. We met the maid who was lovely and was so truly grateful that we gave her a tip. None of our stuff was ever stolen or tampered with.
We stayed in room 131 we did ask for a nice view but it was ground floor and the view we got was well no view but we still got a balcony. Our room was a stones throw away from the pool. The pool was fine just a standard small basic pool (we spent most of our time at Nissi beach-highly highly recommend this place beautiful beach) there was a pool bar serving drinks and food and it also played music, there was another quieter pool however we never got to there.
The reception and staff were all fine you could tell they had a busy hectic season and was glad it was over (after all Ayia Napa is a crazy young party place in peak season) and after talking to a few of them by the sound of it, it would of been a night mare to stay there in peak season.
There was still a few bars open and many restaurants. There were a different variety of ages and nationalities all over Ayia Napa which was great as didn't want to be surrounded by 18-20 English people everywhere.
I would come back and I do recommend this place for off peak season but if you are looking for that crazy holiday with your friends I would also recommend this place in peak season perfect location for the main night life however could imagine it being mental!!!More