As well as being completely refurbished, with sleek interiors and a smart pool, this hotel is right by the harbour and has Ayia Napa's biggest sandy beach close by.
This place has had such a big refurbishment it’s practically a new hotel. The reception area looks really contemporary, with white walls, dark wood and lots of glass providing the backdrop for neon chairs and sofas. Bedrooms follow a similar colour scheme, and they’re flooded with light thanks to patio doors that lead out onto balconies.
Outside, the pool is a funky u-shape, and is framed by a large sun terrace with sleek grey loungers. Nearby, there’s a restaurant that’s had a smart makeover, and the menu is getting a revamp, too.
On top of all that, the hotel has one of the best looking locations in Ayia Napa. It overlooks the harbour, where you’ll find plenty of bars, restaurants and shops a minute or two away. Plus, Ayia Napa’s biggest sandy beach is just a few minutes further.
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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A u-shaped pool with sunbeds and parasols around its sides.
Limanaki international restaurant*
An open-air taverna offering international and fish dishes.
Evening entertainment programme
There are themed nights and local folklore shows to give you a true feel of Cyprus.
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superior twin room with sea view
Superior twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with twin or double beds and a bath or shower. Plus a bottle of wine, a bottle of water and fruit basket on arrival. Room service is available for a charge.
twin with limited sea view
Twin room with a limited sea view sleeps up to 3, with twin or double beds, an extra bed, plus a bottle of wine, a bottle of water and fruit basket on arrival. Room service is available for a charge.
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Had an amazing holiday with breaking napa!!!
Me and my friend stayed at this hotel last summer it was a lovely hotel and had very friendly staff, and a lovely restraunt. However we didnt realise how far away from the strip it was which caused some inconvienience some times, it was a lovely hotel however probably more of a family hotel than for us 18 year olds. However the Breaking napa package made the holiday and included so many events, sometimes multiple per night, there was only two of us but the event package allowed us to meet soo many new people, and we had the best holiday, however next time I would have booked through breaking napa for everything, so we could have had stayed in a hotel more stuited to our age.More
jodie1602, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Design-Hotel, non-comfortable. Against the information via internet it doesn't obtain a direct beach. The breakfest-buffet is poor, no fresh fruits. Positive: the whole hotel is wery clean, with helpful and friendly but non-professional staff.More
Best hotel and best location in ayia napa.........just got back on the 22nd Novenber.....having stayed there for 2 weeks.......Yannis and all the staff...from management to maids...... soooooo Helpfull and friendly......could not do enough for us , to make our stay a pleasant and a happy one..........with wine ,water and complementry fruit on arrivel in our room.........fridge, safe, Air con, and wifi......in our fabulous recently refurbished room with stunning views........it had everything needed to make for a brilliant holiday....including the best location possible........we have been holidaying in ayia napa for.several years........this hotel is the best....and we will definitely be returning nest year... RUTH ALAN ..LIVERPOOLMore
Ruthie1465, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
This is a beautiful hotel but the customer service could be improved. I stayed nine days at the hotel and not once did I hear the staff in the Restaurant speak to any guest or say good morning to anyone. The breakfast was good the normal standard fare. I did not have any other meals there although having lived in Ayia Napa and have many Cypriot friends living there who have eaten there and have said the food is good. The rooms are beautiful and there is maid service every day. There is tea and coffee facilities but you do need to take your own as the Hotel only provide them on your first day. The wine and fruit is a very nice touch. You do have to pay for safe and fridge and also WIFI which is the norm in most of the Hotels in Ayia Napa The pool area is beautiful and it has lovely furniture around the pool but if you want to lay on your stomach you have to lay the opposite way to which you would normally lay otherwise it would be uncomfortable as the loungers did in the middle.More
Mal40, Oxford, United Kingdom
Not a 4 Star Hotel....Could be so much better
The Limanaki Beach hotel suffers from the same delusion that many other hotels suffer in Cyprus; trying to pretend they are much better than they actually are. They are most certainly NOT 4 star but equivalent to UK 2-3 Star only with the loss of some basic facilities and services that some may expect. Firstly, let me say that the hotel in terms of facilities, rooms, cleanliness, layout and positioning is adequate but it 'skimps' on positive reputation by charging for silly items that most of us travellers expect as part of the standard package. The rooms are split over 3 floors, the lower floor obviously has access to the pool area (almost directly) but will also suffer with 'noise' from early swimmers in the summer months. The reception area is full of colourful and comfortable looking chairs but beyond this does not really serve any purpose as there is no Bar or other facilities to entice customers either into the hotel or the main reception area. The rooms were clean enough, new enough and the beds were really comfortable. The TV was a little small but OK and the channel coverage suitably European with some choice at least. The shower was not a power shower but adequate and the free toiletries were nicer than normal. The towels are a little old and 'scratchy' but OK. The food in the (only) restaurant was OK and well prepared but a little uninspiring; the oriental food was particularly nice and the drinks in the hotel are no more expensive than any other 'similar' hotel. The breakfast was reasonable but the inability to provide a decent English breakfast is certainly alive and well in this hotel as it is in many others! Now for the more annoying elements of the hotel: Directions & Parking - Fairly difficult to find (in fact we found it almost by accident!), the parking was busy and I sense a possibility of cars being 'blocked in' on occasion by the locals inability to park correctly or courteously particularly in high season. WIFI - Not free (as it is in most of the surrounding bars). This is a real basic facility that is expected as part of the booking fee. Come on Limanaki, get this sorted, get it free! (all the surrounding bars and restaurants have!) Tea & Coffee in room - Despite being advertised, there was a kettle in the room but no Tea/Coffee facilities as advertised. We had to request ours from reception. The lead for the kettle had a very strange plug......we had to go to reception to get an adaptor! Real basic facilities that should have been in place before we set foot in the room! Fridge - You have to pay for this.......Come on Limanaki....Really!!!!!! Another basic facility that should be provided free. Room Safe - Another facility that is not free - In many other hotels this is also considered a standard. As this hotel is purporting to be 4 Star, you often wonder why! The tap by one of the double sinks was 'on the verge' of breaking and the towel rail came off the wall easily - this was direct evidence of a lack of attention to detail that this hotel suffers acutely from. In general one gets the opinion that staff are very limited in this hotel because cost cutting has made it so but the owners seem to have missed the point that other 'real' 4 star hotels (Kanika Group - and NO, I don't work for them!) have developed reliably over the years......the magic power of reputation, consistency and real customer focus. As a basic, cheap(ish) hotel, the stay was OK and the beds comfortable enough but the infuriating notion of charging a few extra euro's here and there for tedious items that one would expect as standard in a 4 star hotel are beginning to wear a bit thin. This is not just a fault of Limanaki but also so many other hotels in Cyprus. As always, ready the reviews carefully and the timing of them (there can be much 'seasonal variation' when it comes to offered services and 'effort' by the hotel in question. Myself and my wife have stayed in hundreds of hotels throughout many years in the UK and abroad so feel qualified to offer the opinion above. By all means book, you will not be overly disappointed but do expect (unless you really lucky) to have to do a little 'running around' and sorting things (that the hotel should have sorted out first) before you actually settle into your holiday. If travelling with children, this could also be exacerbated. Hotel is situated approx. 40Km or so from Larnaca Airport and a whole lot further from Pafhos. One final thing, the famous Ayia Napa square is only 1 km away from the hotel. You will certainly not be bothered by any noise or revellers (unless they are staying in the same hotel!). Ayia Napa is great if you are under 25 and love cheap booze and 'shots' and don't mind illegal substances being 'passed around' and eardrums being shot to pieces, however, if you believe in the art of conversation then find another venue before reaching the square.More
mfo568, Hampshire, United Kingdom
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