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.
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 sandwiches 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.
You'll get one free visit here per stay, and you'll need to reserve a table in advance. There's an evening dress code too, gentlemen are asked to wear short sleeved t-shirts as a minimum and long trousers.
Twin rooms are modern and airy, plus they're fully air-conditioned to keep your room cool. You'll also have a balcony for some outside space - this will have an inland view. There's a fridge, safety deposit box* and satellite TV - you'll also have facilities to make a cup of tea or coffee. And there's free Wi-Fi in your room. These rooms are found in the main building.
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Lovely views from this Hotel and it was very clean and the staff very polite and helpful. Food was average at best and night time entertainment was awful so we ended up going out every night which doesn't really make the all inclusive much value. Waiter in the main bar wouldn't serve my wife two drinks when I popped back to the room, he said she could get another one when I got back, also he never knew who to serve next which led to some customer complaints/arguments when people pushed in. Biggest complaint though is lack of Sun beds, management claim to have a Sun bed for every guest!! Well I can tell you they definitely do not, beds were all taken before 6am around every pool and grassed area within the Hotel and this was not peak season. We had to pay to use the Sun beds down at the beach area everyday. Some families resorted to just sitting round the pool bar everyday which meant that even getting a seat there was difficult. Basically the outside areas for this Hotel are too small for the amount of guests and don't be fooled by the pictures on the website of the pools they are much smaller than they look. So to sum up, if you want to eat and drink to the max and get up at 5am for a Sun bed then you'll probably have a great time at this Hotel, it was not for me but still had a great time in Cyprus.More
Would recommend this hotel
We stayed here 2 weeks all inclusive. Spotlessly clean hotel. We stayed in a family sea front room in the main building, good size room with seating area which would convert into beds. Beautiful views out to the sea.
Food- fantastic variety and quality, always hot with fresh food being cooked and put out throughout service.
Service - staff at the hotel were always polite and friendly and providing excellent service.
Rep- we travelled with Thomson and there was a rep at the hotel every day and always willing to help.
The only issue with the hotel was the availability of sun beds, as with a lot of hotels you have to get up early to get a sun bed, although as the holiday went on and the hotel got busier you had to get up earlier and earlier, some guests had to lie on the grass, as not enough beds. Swimming pools clean with good pool bars, 1 is meant to be adult only but this is not enforced. No problem for us however as not many children and family pool big enough for all.
The hotel is very close to the main beach, but does not have a beach area with hotel sun beds, this was not a problem for us as the walk along the water was beautiful.
The hotel is away from the main strip of Ayia Napa but you can walk in in about 10-15 minutes, the walk back is up hill so be warned can feel longer in the heat. However there are regular buses that run in to town and back again and stop across the road from the hotel.
Would highly recommend this hotel and would revisit More
Not as good as other Atlantica Hotels
Have just had a week in this hotel but was disappointed. The hotel was clean and the staff very friendly but there where a few things that could be improved.
The Towels for use at the pool where only changed on Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays, never had to keep my towels just hand then in when finished for the day and get a clean one back ready for the next day. Towels where not meant to be put out on sunbeds but they where and no one said anything about it even after we complained so like others we got up early( 5am) and put our claim in.
The other thing that was not up to par was the food. I only had one piece of meat that was not either under cooked or over cooked and the Breakfast was a joke. No spoons on the tables for Cornflakes and the like and no sugar either on the table or by the display. The sugar was half way across the room where the tea and coffee there, and that was in shakers. If they can have sugar in the rooms why not on the tables at Breakfast. Same goes for the spoons they lay out Knife and Fork why not a spoon as well.
Over all we still had a nice break but will go to an Adults only one next time as there where a lot of children
Christine E, 552068
wedding stay May 2016
Overall we had a lovely holiday. Group of 30 people for my brothers wedding.
Nice view from rooms and wedding went really well including the al la carte restaurant which we used for wedding day and food was excellent.
We stayed in the older apartments not in the main building which were clean but tired with only 1 UK channel on TV,
Food selection was OK and fish night was the best with prawns, whole salmon etc.
Snacks and drinks by the pool were fine.
We booked this as it was upgraded to a Platinum hotel however it was definitely not to the standard we expected of a Platinum which was reflected by the opinions of our group of friends.
The worst part was the evening entertainment which was very poor probably to encourage you to go elsewhere.
Not trying to be too negative as we had a fantastic time and staff were great just not a Platinum. 4* max more appropriate.
Lovely pools and view.More
Alan c, 186465
1st June 2016
Great hotel, excellent food, ala carte amazing, rooms ok (beds not the comfiest), evening entertainment very hit and miss, during our stay there was a good magic act, a decent soul singer and an Elvis impersonator, the other other nights just pretty ropey singers. We had to move rooms halfway through our stay and the management went the extra mile to make sure we were happy. All of the restaurant staff and managers were friendly and generally very helpful. The bar staff similar. Amalia and Stilianious in the main bar were excellent. Phil and the team on reception were also very helpful. We went on 3 trips all booked through the Thomson rep- Black pearl pirate boat trip, Waterworld waterpark and a 3 hr quad bike safari. All good value and brilliant fun. Daytime activities in the main pool are organised by Anistasia and include pool areobics and waterpolo. Overall I would definitely recommend this hotel.More