The Nestor Hotel is really modern, and comes with a smart pool area. Plus, it puts you within 5 minutes of Ayia Napa’s beach and nightlife.
This hotel goes heavy on the style front. It’s all clean lines and contemporary furnishings, with futuristic LED lights wedged into roof recesses and underneath bars. The smart, unfussy motif carries on into the rooms.
Location is king for this place. A five-minute walk from the front door gets you to Ayia Napa’s famous nightlife, and the town’s white-sand beach is just as close.
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Unbeatable value holidays
- Fantastic value for money
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- Opt-in extras like in-flights meals or a larger luggage allowance
Honeymooners receive free fruit and wine on arrival.
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Non-alcohohlic and hot drinks served until 23.00 Snacks 16.00-18.00 and ice-cream 11.00-23.00
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A large, rectangular pool surrounded by individual terraces, mattresses and parasols.
Minos buffet restaurant
The Minos restaurant is open for buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner with dishes from around the world and regular themed evenings. There's also show cooking stations for you to choose which ingredients you'd like in your dishes.
Cypriot folklore show
You can take part in the traditional Cypriot entertainment every Monday.
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Deluxe Junior Suite with Sea View and Balcony
These deluxe junior suites come with a double bed and 2 sofa-beds. There’s a sea-view balcony and lounge area for that extra bit of space. And air-conditioning is available from May to October. Deluxe rooms also include a luxury shower jet, bathrobes, slippers and exclusive toiletries. There's also a 32 LCD TV, free internet access, free tea and coffee facilities and a complimentary bottle of water. You'll also find house wine, a fruit basket on arrival, a free safe box and additional afternoon maid service - daily.
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Relaxing & Enjoyable Vacation
I have stayed at Nestor Hotel with my husband and baby girl after some close friends suggested it. It's a beautiful hotel with a great location. The staff was very polite and helpful and the food was absolutely delicious. Definately we will be back soon.More
Me and my boyfriend have recently returned from a week at this hotel. We arrived around 11 and because we missed dinner, we were given a lunch voucher which we could use whenever we wanted - I felt this was a really nice gesture as we have never had this before. When we went to our room we was really impressed, such a modern clean room with a pool view! The view of our room was a big factor for us as it also over looks the sea. There are two single beds which are pushed together but they're very comfortable, no need to even take a travel adaptor as there are english plugs! The pool area is also really nice, the luxury definitely are well worth the money for 15euros per day as they include a bottle of water, face towels, fruit and a pudding. The beds are so comfortable and they also come with a huge umbrella which keeps you well shaded if you wish. The pool is really big and the photos do not do this justice, even though the pool does get really busy because of the size you do not notice and are not all on top of each other. The food was also really nice, freshly cooked and a variety at every meal. Every night is a different themed buffet so there will always be something which you would enjoy. The staff are all very friendly and will be willing to assist in whatever query you have. The rooms are cleaned daily and each and every part of the hotel is always spotless. I cannot recommend this hotel enough, I would definitely return again!More
We have just returned from a week at this hotel. We were very impressed with all aspects of this hotel. The food was superb. The room clean. All the staff from the Manager downwards were very helpful and courteous. We were not charged for the safety deposit box as this is a free service. There was a kettle with drinks facilities in the room. We especially liked the luxury sunbeds around the pool. They were only €15 per day for 2 people with an extra large brolly about 3 square metres. It came with a bottle of water, fruit, a dessert and face towels. Excellent value for money. The evening meal was themed every day from Cypriot to Mexican. There was entertainment each evening which varied in quality. We will definitely return.More
Fab Hotel - Honest Review
I stayed here with my boyfriend for a week the end of June half board. Firstly the holiday was amazing and the hotel was fab but there are some good and bad points about it though please don't let this put you off but for you to know what to expect. When we arrived check in was smooth, it was late round 11pm and we were provided with sandwiches etc in our room and bottle of water. I did request high floor, pool view and not near left which all requests were completely ignored, was on first floor right next to lift. However the lifts were quiet never heard them and did have a sea view that I paid for though can imagine what the other floors views had! We were 5 min walk to the marina and 5-10mins up to the nightlife which was amazing! Supermarkets - 3-4 within a 2-5min walk the one on the corner we found the best. Rooms - The rooms were average in size and I think ours was the deluxe! They were twin beds pushed together, safe was free and fridge. Balcony was ok size could see the Luna Park fair from the room. Plug sockets were useless think we found 2 in the whole room we could use and they are also British like what we use at home so no european plugs needed. Bathroom was lovely and clean though no where to put your toiletries in bathroom or shower which was a bit annoying. We had a kettle in the room but you need milk and teabags as they only had coffee or fruity tea. TV - only had news and NBC2 which were just films. Pool - The pool was massive and although its only a rectangle pool it was very nice. It had jacuzzi areas around the pool and on the ends and wasn't very deep. We had no trouble getting sunbeds around 9-9.30am every day though after this was more difficult. All sunbeds have a brolley so never had to fight for those either which was nice. The luxury beds round the pool are a must do at least once during your stay! Even though they are 12-15 euros (depending on what time of year you go) they are well worth the money! They are so comfortable and within the cost you get a bottle of water, cold flannels, fruit, mini dessert etc. You could also get complimentary pool towels as well by taking the card provided to you at check-in and taking to the spa to swap for towels. Wi-fi - There was free wifi available throughout the hotel however in our room it was next to impossible to connect, we found it much easier to use by the pool and if you didn't go on it for an 10mins/hour you had to keep putting in the wifi code which was rather annoying. Food - Our food is based on Half Board. We did however receive a complimentary lunch meal ticket from reception when checking in to use any time during our stay as we missed the eve meal from travelling late. You must wear long trousers (men only) to stay n the restaurant or if you wanted to wear shorts you would have to sit in the outside area. You could also swap your evening meal for lunch (tell them the day before) if you fancied trying the local cuisines for a change. Breakfast was fab they had everything you could think of from bread/toast to full english to waffles/pancakes made fresh by the chefs to biscuits, crossiants, fruit etc and fruit juice/tea/coffee. Evening meal they had different themed nights so one night we had greek food which included their gyros and another night was mexican which had wraps/tortillas/nachos etc it was lush. They had soup every night too. And if you were really fussy you could always find something, they always had chips/nuggets/fish fingers/pizza etc. They had a choice of desserts but take a guess as to what they were! Drinks - As half board is only meals, the drinks were hard work. Ordering was easy, paying for them was a nightmare. If I had a cocktail and my boyfriend had a beer, I could pay for the beer on the way out but the cocktail got charged to the room as this was from the bar area so I either had to pay at reception the next day or pay at the end of the holiday which I personally hate doing. There is really no need for all this and should be able to pay for any drinks on the way out of the restaurant, really don't see why this is so difficult and confusing! This massively needs to be looked at by management. Check-out - This was when everything became a nightmare. Its like they don't want to help when you are leaving yet you are still their customer until the second you leave that hotel. I requested a late room as we wasn't getting picked up until 6.45pm for our flight at half 9. Checked again the day before they told me to go back that evening, went back that evening and they said no to a late room... which Im sure they knew from the morning anyway this was the start of the nightmare and was dealing with Natalia who I found very rude and unhelpful. So we had until Midday to check out and then 6 and half hours to kill until we were picked up. Checked out of our room to then find there is no luggage room... I mean seriously what hotel doesn't have a luggage room now? So you have to leave your suitcase next to reception which was the only option or stay with your suitcase all day. Then Natalia wouldn't allow us to have complimentary towels until midday when we checked out when I wanted to go put the towels on the sunbeds whilst I got changed around 09.30am but she weren't having any of it and told me to use my own towels until I checked out at midday which defeats the whole object when 1 I wanted to pack my towel away in my suitcase and 2 whats the point in complimentary towels then!?! and 3 I don't want to put a soaking wet towel in my suitcase! So I wasn't impressed by any of the check out process and even if we could keep our room for an extra hour or something would have been some consolation but they didn't want to help at all. Oh and the showers you had to just jump in when you could no time slots or priority for the showers and had to go in separately to the male/female toilets which would be a nightmare if you had kids. Tips for management - The area to the left of the reception as you walk in to the hotel is a complete waste of space, the whole week we never saw anyone in there, my advice would be to use this as a luggage room! And to have use of the spa or something for showers and time slots for people checking out to use showers and complimentary towels ALL day, we are still your guests until we leave that hotel and you can't ever provide a late room so don't bother offering it. Also sort out the payments for drinks to the front of the restaurant and pay for them all in one go, thats a nightmare! Nightlife - Massive square of bars galore. Most offered 2 drinks for 6 euros with 1/2 free shots. The bigger clubs offered free entry before 12. Loads of places to choose from. Bedrock does a silent disco from 1.30am which is SO cool! Doesn't start getting busy until at least 11pm. Recommendations - Highly recommend the waterpark great day out and fun for all! Also Jello restaurant down main street (towards marina) is highly recommended. The food is gorgeous and was about the same price as back home. There was a lot of choice and loads of choice for dessert although we were too full from mains to have one!More
Well let's start by saying that this is a lovely hotel our room was clean well maintained and the pool area is the same with attentive staff who continually remove any empty glasses. There are some lovely staff who try to make your holiday enjoyable. The bad points we went all inclusive but it feels like your half-board. Being asked to pay for a cup of coffee at the bar after eleven o'clock at night when your all inclusive is a cheek, you should never be required to pay for tea or coffee at any time. Food as a whole is just ok a bit mundane, deserts require a serious revamp as medioca to poor is the best description. The evenings entertainment is nothing more than shocking, poor singer, old fashioned and out of date. The hotel needs to decide whether it wants to be a good all inclusive or a halfboard currently I would not recommend the all inclusive option you will be disappointed. This is not the most family friendly hotel as fun is off the menu kids can't even throw a ball to each other.More
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