With its sea-view sunloungers and cache of sporting facilities, the Hotel Atlantica Club SunGarden Beach does relaxation and action in equal measure.
Stylish hotels that welcome children can be hard to come by, but the Hotel Atlantica Club SunGarden Beach bends the rules. It’s been designed so adults can relax while little ones get stuck into the fun.
There’s a variety of rooms at this hotel. You can upgrade to a garden junior suite with a kitchenette or a family suite with a separate sleeping area for children. This hotel will no longer be a Family Resort from May 2016. But don’t worry, it’ll still offer family-friendly holidays with Thomson Kids’ Clubs.
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- Thomson Kids’ Clubs
- Thomson crèches
- Parent & baby facilities
- Guinness World Records Days
- Family entertainment
- Free infant luggage allowance
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 à la carte meal per stay. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Late night snacks until 23.45.
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2 infinity pools
Set along the coastline, these pools come with beautiful views over the Mediterranean Sea. And one of them is for adults only, too.
Triantafylla buffet restaurant
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sit either indoors or al fresco on the terrace with beautiful views of the sea. You'll be able to enjoy show cooking, a section for healthy eaters and one for children. Early meals can also be arranged. Tea, biscuits and coffee are available between 4pm and 5pm and light snacks are available until 11.45pm. Themed evenings are held seven nights a week and there's a childrens' buffet with seating area. There is a dress code here, gentlemen are asked to wear short sleeved t-shirts as a minimum and long trousers.
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers 2 hours of activities, 5 or 6 days a week. And that includes at least 3 evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions 3 days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times.
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family suite with sea view
Family suite with sea view sleeps 2 adults and 2 children and has a double bed and separate sleeping area for children with 2 sofa-beds. These rooms are in the main building.
Twin room sleeps up to 2 with double or twin beds. These rooms are in the main building or garden building.
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Hotel was below average
We visited as a group of 20 for a family wedding. First impressions were ok, The air conditioning is poor, last day was 41'c and the room was like a sauna. The room had a huge fridge with 1 bottle of water in??? but to be fair the room had an amazing view overlooking the sea. The bed was rock hard, the pillows were awful and for some reason a 15 tog quilt is required in Cyprus? Not a sheet in sight, and when we did get one the cleaner took it away the next day. Just to mention the water in an all inclusive hotel I would expect drinks in the fridge daily yet the water wasn't even put in there, I asked in reception to be told I can get it from the bar!! Not really the point, why should I have to carry water to my room? Also towels for the pool apparently get changed every other day so we left them in the room to be changed, guess what-same ones still in the room so had same ones for 10 days. However the pools were nice except for cat poo underneath the sunbeds which was cleaned up straight away after explaining to 2 different people. The staff were miserable, could hardly muster a good morning to us. The entertainment is by far the worst thing here as there isn't any atall, they have a club for kids until 21:30 but nothing for adults, we ended up in our rooms as we didn't want to sit in a boiling room with not even music etc. the kids club staff were excellent with the children. Just to end on a good point the food was the best thing here but I can honestly say I wouldn't come back to this hotel. More
Good enough to be returning in 2015
To keep this brief I will write a list of my main positives (+) and negatives (-) and middle ground (?): + we went in late August and the hotel got very quiet as the holiday progressed. + very family orientated, I selected based on free child places from thomsons which included a room upgrade, the thomsons kids clubs were OK (our 5 year old preferred the pool but he is easy pleased) and the paid for child minding I used twice late in the holiday and wish I had used earlier as our 2 year old got the carers pretty much all to himself. + although basic, I did like the family rooms in the gardens, they were a walk back into the hotel but in the afternoon our sea view sun loungers with the children asleep in the room could not have been more perfect. Big, big bonus as if there were no loungers at the pool you knew you could at least have your own space at your room. + food variety good, and food quality good (we eat well and I sometimes wonder what meals people are cooking at home to grumble about cuisine). + a la carte was a nice experience away from typical serve yourself all inclusive. + staff very attentive, so much so we chatted to the manager's wife often around the pool and she advised local meze restaurants. + beach is close by, not on it but a board walk to it is provided. ? - gym was reasonably well equipped though some issues with running machine that wasn't resolved during our 11 night stay (and I was training for a half marathon) ? - air-con not of ice cold nature experienced elsewhere in Cyprus hotels, especially in the main reception where all door to balconies were open, however, there was a lounge off to one side (possibly for winter entertainment) that was much cooler. - at start of the holiday there was a lack of sunbeds which initiated the 7 o clock walk around to get a decent place on pool, although we always go and reserve sunbeds we are a party of 6, 2 being children and we never reserve for the children, and in some instances have to sit separately, but we are out as much of the day as physically possible unlike some people who reserve then don't appear until 4pm (but this happens everywhere I have been except Grecian Bay). - rooms maybe a little tired, but cleanliness overall was good and very much liked the layout of our room with a screened area for children to sleep. - kids playpark needed some TLC but unsure how much of this was Thomson's responsibility and how much was the hotel. - cliff top nature initially made me a bit anxious with children but as long as they are well supervised they have a hike to get close to it.More
Went for our daughters wedding, beautiful venue and fantastic staff who helped to make it a special day. The rooms were very clean and comfortable and the food was excellent- different menu each night with something for everyone including the very young, my three grandchildren aged 6, 2 and 1 ate very well :). The staff and management were friendly and helpful and the actual wedding was a lovely day. Overall it was a memorable family holiday and I would definitely book again.More
Janet C, Plymouth, United Kingdom
Must not mind children!
Stayed for one weekend only, and I live in Cyprus, so my impressions probably differ from those that come for a sunny holiday, but I hope you find my review helpful in any case. The strongest point of the hotel is the staff. Very friendly, without overdoing it, attentive and mindful of their guests. There was a good variety of food and the quality was generally fine but it is an All Inclusive hotel and it shows. The hotel is not on the beach, whatever its name may suggest. You have to walk a bit, not too far, but it is worth pointing out. For those that like walking, it is right by a path that can take you from one edge of the Agia Napa area to the other, by some beautiful coves and bays. Other things to bear in mind. It is a family oriented hotel and until the little rascals go to bed, getting to sleep early may not be so easy. Also, luxurious it is not. I found the use of cheap plastic furniture excessive, and the indoor facilities rather dark and basic. If youâd prefer a more up-market and adult friendly experience, you mind want to check out the Napa Mermaid hotel thatâs just up the road from the Sungarden.More
Up's & Down's
Just back from a girls holiday - I actually enjoyed staying here and found it relaxing, great food and the rooms were clean and comfortable. The bus system was great for popping into Ayia Napa itself when we needed too. We were aware it was a family hotel - However a let down from myself was that the evening entertainment was very very much aimed at the children and then stopped - there was nothing more for adults. Another low point was the measurements of the spirt and mixers. I understand when abroad these drinks are strong however these were far to strong, un - drinkable. I would normally cope with a strong drink but these were to much. I did see a lot of wasted drinks just left on tables - better drinking the bubbles/beers.More
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