This modern hotel gives you a chic pool just seconds from the sand. And you’re 20 minutes’ walk from buzzing Ayia Napa.
This contemporary hotel has a fantastic pool scene right on the beach. There’s a big pool, along with a children’s pool and an al fresco whirlpool bath.
Meals come courtesy of the buffet restaurant, with plenty of local and international choices. Plus there’s a stylish cocktail bar. Ayia Napa and its nightclubs are just a 20-minute walk away.
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Based On 67 reviews
Small & Friendly
Holidays with an authentic feel
- Often family-run
- Great settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 4T
- Traditional properties
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee 11.00-23.00 Snacks between meals 11.00-18.00
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Admiral international buffet restaurant*
Come and help yourself to buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food such as meats, fish, salads and veggie options are available to tuck into. Breakfast is within the Bed and Breakfast package. The restaurant is air-conditioned and men are required to wear long trousers.
The large outdoor pool comes with a couple of waterfalls and is surrounded by a tiled terrace with plenty of sunbeds and parasols to use.
The playground is ideal for children. Please remember that they will need to be supervised at all times.
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twin room with limited sea view
Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 3 with twin beds and a non-permanent bed. There's also a radio to use. Image shown is the planned appearance.
twin room with sea view
Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with twin beds and a non-permanent bed. There's also a radio to use. Image shown is the planned appearance.
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We have just returned home after a truly memorable two weeks at this perfect hotel. The location right on the beach at Sandy Bay is stunning. The hotel is kept immaculately clean and all the staff without exception are friendly, helpful and very attentive. Close by you have a fantastic choice of restaurants, bars etc. We cannot wait to return next year!More
We had a fabulous time. The hotel was very clean and the staff attentive without being intrusive. The location was excellent. Close to a lovely beach of white sand and the pool whilst not very big was spotless. Our room was in a lovely location we could see the pool and the sea beyond. The food was superb, buffet style and the variety was huge. Would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone and would certainly love to visit againMore
The3Graces2014, Leighton Buzzard, United Kingdom
Whilst I would state the location of this hotel is excellent, right on the beach, the hotel and management polices was below my expectations. Although the room was a very good size, clean and well furnished, all I had was a view of the car park and busy street, not sea view/pool as I thought I had paid for. Complained at time but hotel wanted 15 euros each per night to move me for something I had already paid for. Also they wanted an extra 35 euros to turn on the room fridge, I have stayed in many hotels around the world but this is the first time I have ever been charged for using a fridge in your room, that automatically goes off along with all room electricity when key card is removed from room upon exit. Food just average great if you like pork constantly . Dress code of long trousers for men at dinner, fine but ladies could wear what they like, denim shorts and the like in the skimpiest of fits, come on come on make dress code for all and stop discriminating against the male gender, there would be enough said if it was the other way round. WiFi was a complete joke, advertised as available throughout hotel, speed and iffy connection was so slow I wish I left my Ipad at home everyone was complaining not good at all. I complained on all these points to hotel manager, who laughed and stated they were pioneers, you can't make it up. Stayed in Atlantica hotel chain last year in Cyprus, far superior.More
R L, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Not for everyone
We have just returned from a week at the Tasia Maris Sands Hotel in Nissi Beach. This hotel is much smaller than its sister, the Tasia Maris but in a quieter location and right on the beach. From what we could see, all the balconies had a view of the bay and beach, the staff are all very helpful and polite, the hotel is spotlessly clean and it is within easy walking distance of the resort and also Aya Napa town. We had bed and breakfast basis and the food was hot, plentiful and a good selection. If you are looking for alot of interaction with fellow Brits, this is not the place for you, we did'nt hear an English voice in the whole week we were there, having said that, it was only a short stroll to the Tasia Maris where it seemed there alot of British people and there was entertainment most nights. If you are happy to do your own thing in pleasant surroundings, then this hotel is great. We would return here again no problem.More
A good 3* hotel but could be a lot better.
We stayed here in May 2014. When we visited it was immaculately clean - all communal areas and our room were spotless. The hotel communal areas were nicely furnished - everything looked new. The staff were mostly friendly and helpful, especially Maria on reception. The hotel is in a great location, however walking back late at night, I felt a bit wary as you have to walk down a poorly lit winding road with a hedge/wall on one side and a scruffy looking scrub land strewn with rubbish on the other. It was fine of a day but at night it felt quite lonely. The pool area was pleasant even if as always there are those strange people claiming the sunbeds with their towels before breakfast. This territorial behaviour is not restricted to one nationality but is an equal opportunities annoyance. Walking straight on to the beach everyday was great. Sandy Bay is much nicer than Nissi Beach and is quiet (no thumping music) and kept in a pristine condition. We only stayed bed and breakfast, which was definitely the right decision. Breakfast had a hot and cold buffet, consisting of all the usuals. It was cooked fresh and replenished regularly. The bread was fresh and of really good quality but the coffee machine made absolutely terrible coffee (it tasted like instant coffee mixed with sugar) and sadly the only milk available was UHT. The 'fresh' fruit juices were too sugary and not that fruity! The evening meals appeared to be carvery/roast dinners every night and the odour that wafted and lingered through the hotel wasn't very appetising. There are plenty of restaurants and bars on the beach, at other hotels and on the main road to try instead of eating roasts each night. Go on live a little! Our room was basic. We had a tiny balcony with an obscured view of the sea. The bed was two singles shoved together which wasn't comfortable. We were on the first floor and could hear staff preparing for the breakfast service and what I think was a washing machine spinning from 6am on each morning. We paid â¬10 for use of the safe for 1 week. It was â¬20 per week for the fridge - which seems excessive so we didn't bother. I would recommend this hotel if you're looking for a basic but clean hotel on the beach but try to get a room above the 1st floor!More
tululah, London, UK
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