There are no safe boxes in the rooms nor security gaurds plus only a fence seperated us from the street (football court side) and due to that we got robbed while sleeping in the room, they took all our money, clothes, mobile, they even took a travel bag...More
Stayed at Green Bungalows for a week. We booked a 2-room apartment but got a Studio... The manager was extremely helpful, gave us free wifi for a week and a free drink in the bar even though it wasn't his fault!! Other than that we had an amazing time here!! Would recommend younger people who likes to party to stay here, you'll have the time of your lives!!More
best hotel in napa
i stayed here for a few nights this year, as the hotel I had originally booked (markia appartments) was unbearable, the staff are SO nice, the room was very clean, air con and the pool was very nice and had a deep end :) food was nice, the hotel is like a small village, doors very secure, honestly cant fault it.More
angel6789, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Very good budget hotel for party travellers
If one is looking for a cheap, clean but simple hotel directly in town and one is not disturbed by loud music and people then this is an excellent hotel. The staff is very friendly and helpful, rooms are simple (slightly old) but clean and the location is directly in the party area of Ayia Napa. The pool is large and good and offers a large variety of cheap drinks and good music. They also offer food at the pool and restaurant which I can however not comment on.
A great stay if one is looking to be in the middle of the party and not willing to pay a fortune.More
Philipp-J-B, Hamburg, Germany
Worse than Chernobyl
We were not expecting much from this hotel and as we were only staying for one night we were sure it'd be fine.
I couldn't have been more wrong.
Upon booking at reception I was told that air conditioning for one night would be â¬70 - which was suddenly forgotten about when I pointed out the sign printed at reception quoting the actual price of â¬10 - not a great start to say the least.
Entering the hotel you'll first notice a sign pointing out the 'rules' which would be better suited to a death camp than a hotel in Ayia Napa. This was confusing as a hotel worker specifically told us that 'anything goes' although the smallprint under the rules read something along the lines of 'This is not a money making scheme' - which it clearly was. The rules include;
-Pushing someone in the pool - â¬50
-Getting the inside floor wet - â¬50
-Dropping something off the balconies - â¬50
I was half expecting to be charged â¬50 for smiling.
The pinnacle of the room was either the window that joins the bedroom to the bathroom, the camping 'bed' in the kitchen-living-room or the fabled 'Oven-Sink' - I'm utterly lost for words.
Coming back to Green Bungalows after a night out, we were stopped by an aggressive member of staff who accused me and 4 friends of planning to rape my girlfriend, demanding we tell him which room we were in whilst physically stopping us from passing him to go to our room at around 4am.
Fast forward to sleeping through the night on a bed that resembled the comfort of a cardboard box full of gravel; we headed to reception to check out.
As soon as we arrived at the desk I handed the woman my spare keycard which had a â¬5 refundable deposit. She checked the card back into her logbook and didn't mention giving me the money back.
We were told we had to wait whilst the maid checked our room before we could leave. After around 15 minutes we were told by the increasingly rude woman behind the desk that it was fine to leave. Upon politely asking for my â¬5 she told me that she had placed it on the counter and that she definitely gave it me - completely missing the basic formula of a transaction. After deciding that it wasn't worth the â¬5 to stay inside the hotel for a minute longer, we left.
I'm baffled by most of these reviews, if you have any sense in you - DO NOT STAY HERE.More