Hotel Atlantica Club SunGarden Beach  


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.

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

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 huge pools come with beautiful views over the Mediterranean Sea.

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 7 nights a week and there's a children buffet with seating area. There is a dress code here in the evenings, gentlemen are asked to wear short sleeved t-shirts as a minimum and long trousers.

Thomson Kids' Club

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 CRB 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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twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 2 with double or twin beds. These rooms are in the main building and the garden building.

twin room

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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We travelled as a couple last April for 10 days . I contacted the hotel prior to travelling to request a high floor quiet room .on arrival we were allocated a room on the same level as reception , close to everything. Perfect . The manager of the hotel is on hand and comes and has a chat with the guests to ensure all ok. He was lovely . There was a large group that arrived for a wedding and got a little out of hand .. He had a quiet word and peace was restored . There is a separate family part with its own pool where there are lots of things going on in the day for children . We stayed on the quitter pool side on the grass verges it suited us better. Food was good, always a mixed choice and themed food nights . Entertainment from the staff for kids was great for them , not so much for the adults but you have a choice to sit in another area if you don't want to be in the entertainment room. Gym great all equipment in working order. Short walk into town itself lots of great bars and restaurants , Chris the rep recommended a great taverna for food etc . Beach also short stroll down from the hotel to the right , where swimming was good and you could have a long walk along beach. Overall great holiday out of season .More

shaznfran, sale cheshire

peace if u want ... and if you don't

hi just arrived back from a lovely holiday in Cyprus..... Hotel was situated in a great position great views from around the hotel..... food I thought was great the only let down was the childrens area choice there was only 2 choices per sitting, so not good if your kids are fussy. The way they have 2 pools 1 where all the entertainment goes on and 1 where the kids can have fun but not so noisy was great then u get to choose. Kids club was really great my 10 yr old loved it the entertainment on the night I feel is what let the hotel down really needs looking at in detail and then the guests wouldn't go out at night. Overall I would go back. Karen west midlandsMore

karen w,

Fab Wedding Venue

We have just returned from this hotel we stayed from 13 August to 25 August, we were a party of 4, including a teenage boy and 8 year old boy. We are great fans of Atlantica hotels so had no worries when booking this hotel for our Wedding Blessing. We booked a suite, and when booking wedding packages you are meant to get a free upgrade if available, not sure if our room was an upgrade or not! We had the most amazing view from our extended balcony overlooking the gardens and sea, was beautiful, however the room was quite small, one of my sons is 17 and classed as an adult however his bed was small, there was a partition between the two rooms but there was no privacy!! Storage space was limited especially for our wedding outfits, however Ryan the rep did offer to store my dress for me if I wanted, but I just wanted my dress near me so I knew it was safe, so it was stored in the kitchen for the duration! not ideal. The room was cleaned daily with clean towels when we wanted them. The room was also a bit dated, a lick of paint would make up for the lack of space! The hotel itself grew on me, at first I was disappointed but it really did grow on me and I began to settle in and enjoy it. As with all Atlantica hotels the staff are outstanding and go out of their way to please you, even down to cooking us special food for our son at lunchtime. The food was fine, lots to chose from, and the drinks were fine, my fav was vodka slush! Now the blessing, Danielle was our wedding coordinator and she was fab, we had a meeting when we arrived and everything else was sorted for us, no need to worry, it was an amazing day and we had made some amazing friends at the hotel who were able to join and share our day with us. I would recommend this hotel as a wedding venue, was just perfect. We had the usual sunbed wars in the morning getting up around 6.15 to ensure a bed by the activity pool, we are used to this and it doesn't bother us as is part of our holiday! Handy Andy, Teddy Bear Tash and Manda Panda did their best to provide good entertainment but there wasn't as much entertainment as I thought there would be having been to family hotels before, it tailed off at the end of our holiday probably because kids were going back to school. The kids club was excellent and my 8 year old had a fab time, including chocolate party and pj party. The evening entertainment was okay but again not as good as other Atlantica hotels. So apart from my disappointment with the room and the hotel needed a lick of paint it was a good holiday and we met some fab people. I would return if the hotel had a make-over. I still prefer the Aegean Blue in Rhodes but hasn't put me off Atlantica.More


View from a teenager

I loved Cyprus, such a lovely place and when I went in mid august it was in the 30's-40's! We got in early hours of the morning and the staff were very welcoming at reception. Somebody took our bags and showed us to our rooms and due to the time we got in they allocated us some sandwiches which were nice. Due to how much my parents payed for this holiday we were expecting the room to be amazing, but we were all disappointed. Also considering we payed more to upgrade to a sea view room, it was nothing special. It was a very basic room with rock hard beds and very limited storage space. There was no room to put my clothes anywhere so I was using the spare bed with my suitcase on that, which wasn't good at all. The view was nice in all fairness as we were looking out to see, but we were on the ground floor so it wasn't as good as it could be. A negative about being on the ground floor was there was a lot of cat poo, which you could smell from the balcony, it was vile. You had to take precaution when walking through it as my mother stepped in it...Hehe-funny for me anyway. However every room had 2 sun beds which were yours for the rest of the holiday so you didn't have to get up early to get sun beds. Disappointment aside, the food was lovely there. They did different themed nights, of which were, Greek,Italian,International,chefs special, BBQ ect. There was a average variety of food, mostly the same food but it was nice food in all fairness. The waitressing staff were very friendly, and my personal favourite waitress was Bogi, she was just full of energy and made the extra effort to reassure we were all satisfied. The entertainment was quite good, the tribute to frankie vally was good, it was a great atmosphere and the bloke wasn't too bad, maybe a few mess ups but singing in that high pitched voice isn't he easiest for a grown man haha! Robbie Williams tribute was good and he set a great atmosphere were everybody sang along. There was a Greek night, game show night, dancers, fire show, magic show and much more. The entertainment staff were very friendly too! During The day there were a lot of activities for children around the pool, but nothing for teenagers? There was aqua fit and fun every morning which was very good! But it was either for adults or children, nothing for teens... One day of the week the reps all join up as a team and play pool games in completion with a team of guests which is very fun, even to watch! Good atmosphere again! If I didn't meet somebody when I was there, I would of been very bored...I would of just been on my iPad due to the free wifi around the hotel and in your rooms! Woo goo! But I cannot be a social outcast for 2 weeks! Drinks at the bar were very nice, I'd highly recommend the milkshakes! And they also have sausage rolls and sandwiches which are really nice and fill a hole if your slightly hungry in between lunch and dinner. We went into Ayia Napa a few nights which was amazing! Loads of bars which are amazing due to them all being unique. If your going as a family I'd recommend to go in from half 7-9 because the you can get the experience of ayia napa at night without all the clubbers intruding and it being overly busy, they all came out roughly around 9... Seeing the clubbing life I want to return when I'm 18! There was such a great buzz and was very safe! There are some great restaurants! We went to this Mexican and Italian which was brilliant, the food was perfect and the staff were very good, constantly topping up your drinks and making sure everything is ok. Overall it was a good holiday as I had a friend to spend it with! But it was very good but needed more activities for teens! And the rooms need to be updated or to go down in price. P.S- the plane journey back was awful, it was so cold and it wasn't just my flight my friends flight was the same. As most people were still in shorts from Cyprus they were freezing cold so I'd highly recommend to bring a jumper or even get changed into something at the airport.More

BeckSmith7, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom

Bit hit and miss........

We stayed for 11 nights from 23/7. 2 adults and our 14 year old daughter. We stayed on 4th Floor in duplex room overlooking the sea and quiet pool. Although duplex sounds quite exciting it wasnt really, my daughter slept on the ground level leading onto the balcony whilst we were on the mezzanine floor above, good thing was 2 bathrooms, bad thing was creaky steep staircase getting up and down! Not very clean at all, and biggest waste of space were 2 massive tvs that you could only get BBC world news on, come on Thomson you can do better than that, its meant to be a family hotel! The best thing about the holiday was the view from the balcony, my daughter still goes on about it now! Food was fine, no so much of a canteen experience as some of the hotels we've been to in Turkey, but the restaurant is very dated. We could always find something we liked. We visited A la carte one evening but food wasn't great and there was no atmosphere whatsoever, we were the only ones in there! Entertainment was really really poor, apart from a couple of decent nights, blues brothers and the break dancing group we didn't enjoy anything else. If it hadn't been for the wifi my 14 year old would have gone round the twist, there was absolutely nothing for their age to do, so much so that groups of kids were just running around the hotel. The games room is a joke, really old arcade games and not even enough pool cues for all the tables to be used at once. We chose this hotel really because of the location and it didn't disappoint on that score, we walked into Ayia Napa several times during our stay, although by around 10pm each night it became a bit too manic and I didn't feel safe staying there any longer, but to be honest we expected that, so cant complain really. We had a fab boat trip on the Aphrodite 2, the meal on board was the best meal all holiday! Nothing special only roast chicken potatoes and coleslaw but it went down a treat. You get two chances for a swim stop and although I was nervous to swim at first it was fantastic, crew were fab and made sure people who needed lifejackets were sorted. Now onto "ballgate" and the continuous arguments between certain people at the quiet pool and the staff, to the point that the manager had to come down to the pool one day which ended in an almighty slanging match, ridiculous behaviour by some guests, saying to the manager that it was a pool and shouldn't people be allowed to enjoy themselves on holiday, and this coming from the same woman who 3 days earlier had shouted at a small boy for jumping in near where her sunbed was and apparently he'd splashed her Ipad! Er sorry isn't that what kids are meant to do? Poor little lad looked gone out at her! Double standards methinks. Before we went we knew there was a quiet pool and adhered to the rules, pity others didn't because a quiet pool it was not. We are not talking a few kids with balls the main culprits were adults throwing balls back and forth from this pool to the infinity one. Beach 5 mins walk, was lovely we went in the sea most afternoons. We also had a trip to Nissi Beach which was lovely, only cost us 12.50euros for 3 sunbeds and 2 umbrellas. By around 2pm it was packed and then the music started at the bars on the beach, so loud we must be getting old but my daughter loved it!! Queue for the bus was a bit much, one bus went straight past as it was full before it got to us, we ended up getting a taxi to Nissi for 8euros, it would have been 1.5euros each for the bus so for the sake of a bit more it was worth it. We had a good holiday overall, but there were some aspect that could be improved upon, I would love to go back because of the beach and the location but just wish they could revamp certain areas. Special shout out to Katie the cocktail lady, lovely girl always friendly.More

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