Hotel Tasia Maris  

The Hotel Tasia Maris’ standout features include a close-to-it-all location and a varied entertainment line-up.

This hotel’s location is a big draw. Walk for a minute or so through the grounds and you’ll come to a sandy beach. A 15-minute wander, meanwhile, takes you to the shops, restaurants and bars of Nissi Beach.

This place is geared towards couples. Days are all about relaxing by the hotel’s lagoon-like pool. Evenings, on the other hand, are taken over by gala dinners and live music. The hotel’s getting a new block for 2016, which will debut swim-up rooms, a spa and a new à la carte eatery.

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Based On 688 reviews

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  • 1Building
  • 5Floors
  • 128Rooms
  • 2Lifts


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  • 90% customer scores
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Honeymoon Offer

Honeymooners receive fruit and sparkling wine on arrival.

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner. Flexible dining options available, with 3 days Full Board on 7 night holidays, or 7 days Full Board on 14 night holiday.   

Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Facilities ► View all

Outdoor pool

Bridges and water features are part of this large pool. It's framed by an ample spacious sun terrace looking after the sun beds and parasols surrounding the pool.

International buffet restaurant

Open for international, British and local cuisine, with plenty of vegetarian food options too. There are chefs making fresh pancakes and omelettes on cooking stations in the morning and buffet meals in the evening. There is a dress code here, gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers for evening meals.

Nautilus lounge bar

The bar has a casual relaxed atmosphere about it. There's chilled music playing, a cool breeze blowing from the air-con and plenty of comfortable seating for you to get comfy on to choose your desired drink or snacks.

Rooms► View all

deluxe twin room with inland view and large balcony

Deluxe rooms come with a fridge, tea and coffee facilities and a larger balcony.

double room with sea view and balcony

These double rooms are simply furnished with a home from home feel. There’s 1 extra bed. Outside you’ll find a balcony overlooking the sea. Plus air-conditioning* is available from May to October.

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Nice hotel

Firstly I wouldn't say this is a Platinum hotel... only given my experiences in other Platinum hotels, however it is very nice and clean. On arrival we paid for the safe which was 10 euros per week and 20 euros per week to have the fridge turned on! The room we had was overlooking the pool / stage area . We had no problems with noise except for the beach pool bar across the road, which pumped out loud music late afternoon / early evening. The air con was brilliant and quiet! The plug sockets are 3 pin as per the UK. Very good hairdryer in bathroom, plus a large drawer to store away your toiletries . Pool/beach towels can only be changed twice a week - Monday & Thursdays.. You are given a towel card which has boxes that have to be signed off / stamped! I guess thats why of an evening you see beach towels hanging from all balconies... people trying to get them dry. (Personally I don't like to see this). The pool bar opens approximately 10am, with only one member of staff who is amazing, but sometimes you have a bit of a wait if she need to replenish ice / put in food orders etc. In general though all credit to her (Sylvia) ... she was quick and efficient and always knew who was next in turn to be served. There are no bottles of water available, so if you want a drink before 10am you need to ask in the restaurant for a plastic cup to fill up from the drinks machine. The food is very good, I'm a fussy eater and always managed to find something decent to eat. Every night there was entertainment which was good, however the stage was so bland... no scenery etc... just a grey/silver back drop, with a small table where each entertainer would have there laptop for their backing music...More

Pauline B, 186338

Great stay!

This hotel was fantastic. Stayed here with family for a wedding down the road. It has everything I needed plus more. The food was lovely and had a different variety each day so I didn't get bored with it, there is also an option of eating at the new rooftop restaurant which was really nice. It's definitely worth going all inclusive. Cocktails were great and the pool bar is fun. Everyday had a different evening performance and entertainment throughout the day such as quizzes, bingo and volleyball in the pool. The pool area is nice and being an adults only hotel it was relaxing and peaceful! Rooms were big enough and comfortable. Staff were extremely friendly and made the experience more enjoyable. The local beach (Sandy Bay) is literally a 1-2 min walk and the beautiful Nissi Beach is 10 mins. Ayia Napa centre is a 30 min walk. More

SamLittle91, 186388

No Need To Worry!

just returned from a week at the Tasia Maris beach Hotel and having read one or two not so complimentary reviews I wasn't sure what to expect, luckily I needn't have worried as the hotel staff were friendly, the hotel kept nice and clean and the food very good. We initially were on half board basis but upgraded to all inclusive when we arrived(on the advice of a trip adviser contributor) and we were glad we did. The breakfasts were fairly standard(plus omelette/waffle and pancake station), the lunches were very good and the evening meals were well presented and very good also. We had a side sea view room which was in fact a full sea view? and kept clean by the cleaners, there is no bath only shower. You need to get up early if you want to choose your sunbed but after two days we decided to spend our days in the hotels offshoot pool across the road which was more chilled with better sunbeds and easier to get served at the bar(there is a 5Euro surcharge per person to use this facility). the Hotel is a 30minute walk into the centre of Ayia Napa(8 Euros by taxi) and ten minute walk to Nissi beach. There's a great water sports facility on Sandy Bay beach and plenty sunbeds on the beach if you prefer. The hotel entertainment is good with Bruno Mars, Freddie Mercury and Neil Diamond to name just a few!. Overall we had a great holiday at the Tasia Maris Beach Hotel and would have no hesitation in recommending it and would be happy to return againMore

Alan J, 186394

Fabulous hotel in the perfect location

I have never felt inspired to review a hotel experience during my holiday but just feel so strongly about our experience that I absolutely must! The hotel - has totally exceeded our expectations. The greeting on arrival by the team on reception was exceptional. The staff checked us in very quickly ensuring that all of our requirements were allocated swiftly and efficiently. We required a fridge and safety deposit box, no problem. We were issued with our room key and directed to our room within 10 minutes of arrival. What a great start. The room itself is smaller than we are used to but has absolutely everything we need and very clean. And of course with the beautiful sea view we requested at time of booking. We have been here now for 7 days out of our 10 day holiday and we are thoroughly enjoying ourselves! The weather has been amazing. The food in the restaurant is so good. I do not eat red meat but there always is a great variety of food on offer at breakfast and evening meal. We are half board and had been planning to get out and about to try different restaurants but so far haven't felt the need. We have loved sunbathing by our pool (on the beach) and eaten lunch at the new beach bar, SOL Y MARIS (plus restaurant) The food is amazing and the staff are so attentive and friendly. Great job Avraam leading a great team, Usman, Katerina, Andreas and Christos! We do not want to leave on Wednesday. .More

Eileen495, 186534

Adults Only @ All Inclusive @ Ayia Napa the only way to go

We booked last minute to a certain degree, as we were unsure of my own movements and that of the two boys at home. Last minute for us is anything under about 3 months and with no less than about 60 hours of online research!!!!! So with 10 days to go and no research Maddie our favorite holiday rep pulled the Hotel Tasia Maris in Ayia Napa, Cyprus out of the Ethernet and that was that signed sealed paid and delivered with all our constraints built in we could get a week away. We traveled with a Thompson package so some of this report will have undertones and references to that / them. We flew from Exeter and had the parking as part of the package, simple and straightforward as ever and thankfully the rain held off while we parked and got over to the terminal. Check in and onward into the departures was again simplistic. I still wonder at all the travelers who (have obviously traveled before) pass lots of signs telling them what to expect at the search areas but still insist in having to take off all the metal they have and empty 20 bottles of what ever into plastic bags ONLY when the get to the trays so holding everyone else up. Transfer from Larnaca Airport to Ayia Napa resort is about 50 mins and for us to the Hotel about a hour as we had one other drop off on the way. We were met and pointed in the right direction by the reps from Thompson it was clear, concise and no frills but with planes arriving from all over the UK and people milling around there in all honesty wasn’t time for the fluffy nice meet and greet (more than happy with that) We are here let the holi bobs begin ☺ All Inclusive at the hotel means 10:00 to 23:00 so when you arrive at a little past midnight you cant get a drink (booze) unless you pay for it!!!! A little disappointing and not what you wanted on your arrival there were some snacks and tea or coffee available in the dinning area but hell we are on holiday. Everyone was arriving at the same time and the reception staff was under some pressure to get people in and sorted, trying to deal with other issues then was not really their concern. We were asked to come back in the morning to sort out the Safe and Fridge (extra cost €10 & €20 per week), which was a fair request. We were then grabbed as we came back from our failed attempted binge drinking session to say that we could sort it there and then. Through out our stay the reception staff had been friendly, efficient, polite, knowledgeable, and helpful and no problems were too much for them. Outstanding and above the call of duty from the reception staff The room was not quite as big as we thought it would be but it was fine and functional, clean, tidy and well fitted. We had a double bed, which was very comfortable. We had a wonderful view out over the Bay and down into Ayia Napa town, which we were not expecting so to be honest the room could have been rubbish (and it most certainly wasn’t) with that view who cares ☺ Aircon, Balcony (with a stunning view) Fridge (extra) Safe (extra) and a wet room type shower area are the general for the rooms. The shower tended to get water everywhere as there was no lip to the tray to keep it in, bit of a design fault really but not my house so who cares…. The house keeping staff and maintenance crew were exceptional, anything amiss was sorted immediately. Rooms were cleaned and tidied daily to a excellent standard, the ladies always asked if there was anything required, did we have enough towels etc. We booked to keep the room until 1800 on the day of departure as we had a late flight and it was a real bonus as we had all but a few hours of what was essentially another day on holiday. The house keeping staff even furnished us with fresh towels in the afternoon for the final wash and brush up. Out standing house keeping all around. Holiday meeting by the Rep Matthew was efficient and informative, he was very approachable and offered great advice and direction on what was on offer in the hotel and surrounding areas. Unlike many other trips away with the company he was on hand in the hotel a great deal of the time and if you required to see him it was a simple case of open your eyes he was around the pool and reception or had been seen if you asked in the past few minuets. Great face of the company and made sure your needs were catered for if required. Hotel (what was on offer) take in to consideration we were AI so for the other types of holiday I cannot say to much. The dinning room (only one) was open for breakfast 06:30 to 10:00 (result for the later as no kids = lie ins) with a great selection of foods for breakfast; fry up’s through continental to healthy eating and all in between. I have no idea what time lunch was, as we never ate there over lunch. However from 10:30 on you could get snacks etc around the pool area with what looked like a good spread of choice. Evening meal commenced around 19:00 to 22:00 (I believe) again a good choice of meals normally on a theme for the day but something for everyone, always piping hot and plentiful in supply. There was always on of the chefs out and about to answer questions or give advise, and generally making sure you got what you wanted. The waiting staff was efficient and in the most attentive to you needs and requests, yes it was a bit hurried at times and you were being cleared quickly but then they need the room and tables so it was to be expected. You were not forced out though and could sit and chat if you wanted to. There were some new staff and were being trained under the baptism of fire, we personally don’t have a issue with it and everyone has to start somewhere, please give them a chance. Some remarks over heard were from people who’s normal dining out would have been Mc Donalds so commenting on someone learning the trade and maybe not pouring your water JUST right is a bit pretentious in the very least (or maybe I am LOL) Hotel Bar (inside) had a great selection of drinks etc, you could sit at the bar or served at your seats, we used it infrequently just getting a drink before going up to get ready for diner. Plenty of use however by others all day and in the evenings and you had glass drinking vessels (always a bonus for a bit of bubbles) For AI the package ended at 23:30 hours and you then were paying for your drinks (don’t know what the costs were sorry, but I think with the exchange rates etc it was all pretty reasonable) Hotel Bar (outside) in all its an extension of the other bar but in the open area seating (pool and wet) and you were on the plastic vessels during the day, I do believe at night you had glass, but we didn’t use it (all will become apparent later) during the hotel entertainment and ensuing evening frivolity. Pool Bar have no idea but always seemed to be doing a roaring trade, we didn’t use it so cant comment any further sorry. Entertainment was different each evening, as a norm it would be a acapella act followed by a couple of rounds of the obligatory bingo followed by a main act of and then another singer. Whilst we didn’t partake we did hear and see the entertainment, which was of a wide range of abilities (I would give the Queen tribute a miss unless you feel like committing a criminal act on the singer) During the day there is various potted sports in and around the pool area laid on by obliging lady and everyone seemed to enjoy what was going on during the day. Just across the road is a new add on for the hotel this year, which has a pool and sun bathing area also a bar a kitchen (the reason we didn’t see much in the hotel now comes to light) Though a part of the hotel and guest can use the sunbeds / pool all the drinks and food are to be paid for, if you are All Inclusive you can pay a €5 per person subsidy and drink and eat to your hearts content. Why you have to pay wasn’t really explained but in all honesty for our stay it was worth every penny of it. It was quiet and relaxed, faced on to the beach and the staff was without a doubt the most attentive and helpful you could have wanted. We found ourselves gravitating there first thing catching some sun or swim, and then having brunch (bar snacks 11:00 to 12:30 and 15:00 to 18:00) chill for a hour of so, go for a snorkel or any of the beach activates and then back to chill by the pool relax and cool off have a drink of 3 and basically live life until around 18:00 or so before going up to change for dinner. There was also a full menu in place from 12:30 to 15:00 you could chose from as part of the AI subsidy. Food was still available there after but it was totally paying then and catering for other users not just the hotel guests. We would retire again there after diner to the merry cocktail makings of the staff and regal in tales of Cyprus and football from them. A very big shout out going to Andreos & Kritos who were for the most the late shift (unless the football was on) and to Katiana, Avvram and Usman who looked after us in the day (unless Bill and Ben were at football when they changed themselves around) Exceptional individuals each of them and a credit to the hotel in they way they behaved and worked. Though we never saw the kitchen staff, my wife was wondering if one or two could be snuck home to cook for us as every meal we had be it bar snack or main menu was absolutely brilliant ☺ I could ramble on and on about this part of the hotel as it made the holiday for us. Suffice to say it was worth every penny of the €10 extra we paid a day, and it probably kept it a bit more exclusive as you did have to pay. It started to get busier towards the end of our stay but that is only a reminder of its own success. Out and about. There are numerous supermarkets and gift shops right outside the hotel if required, and everything was on par if not cheaper than the UK. We picked up bits and pieces as we needed and you could get newspapers etc. the local pharmacy’s etc are all close by as well. Ayia Napa is about a 30 min walk into town or you can get the 101 bus for @1.50 per person (bus stop is the opposite side of the road and about 200m towards town outside a pharmacy) it takes a convoluted route but you can get off at the harbor or anywhere in between. We stopped in town and then walked back down to the harbor, there was plenty open but not many people around but as we were only wandering and it was the morning it made very little difference to us. We ended up down at the harbor for a look-see and a coffee in one of the many open but empty bars in the area. Plenty of trips and excursions on offer at the harbor if you hadn’t already booked something from the Nemo boat to fishing and cruises to jet ski’s. The bus back is the 102 and again its €1.50 you can get that pretty anywhere along the route. The driver calls out hotels or areas on the way so getting off at the right place wasn’t a issue either. The beach and bay in front of the hotel was very clean and had plenty to do from having a swim to the obligatory jet skis and being dragged into the air off the back of a boat. Snorkeling was quite good there with plenty of fish and the likes to see (we took our own masks etc and we didn’t see anywhere that you could hire it) Nissi beach is about a 15 min walk away and we partook in a wander to gander at the place given it fame and fortune, with a quick dip so we could say we had been there. However it was obviously packed and had plenty going on, but really didn’t have a patch on the tranquility, beauty and pleasure of the bay at the hotel (personal choice and observation) We booked 1 excursion with Thompson before going out and that was the VIP Catamaran trip from Green Bay. We were collected from the Hotel at 07:45 and headed over to the bay doing collections as we went along. It was a bit of a trek and we actually drove past the bay to collect others, while it did give you a view of other places it was a bit depressing to be just sat there, and realizing you would have to do it all again in the afternoon. Eventually (about 09:00) we arrived and were walked down to the harbor (it was down hill and not a issue, but its worth bearing in mind that after a day out in the sun and drinking you had to walk back up, there was a elderly lady on our trip and though she was in fine fettle it was a toll on her and a few others coming back up again) and welcomed on to the vessel. The staff was polite and professional; they gave a good safety brief but were not over the top or stopping anyone enjoying themselves. There was amply room on the nets for sunning yourself or sat under cover and whiling away the time. We were booked to have 3 swim stops and one of these would also be the lunch stop before heading back under sails was the plan we were given and then we were underway… true to form and a insight into the day ahead as soon as we cleared the harbor the staff were around taking drink orders and making sure everyone was happy. We sailed up the coast to Famagusta for a stand off and look-see before our first swim stop. Then down the line again for a swim and some lunch. Food was very good and a mix of salads and cooked foods. The staff made sure it was a orderly and hassle free get your food and find a seat (tables not out on the nets) to eat another swim was followed before heading further down the coast via the sea caves before our last stop. Heading back some of the passengers were engaged in rigging the Cat and putting us under sail, nothing more relaxing than that run back up the coast, the only sound was the wind in the sails and the gentle lapping of the waves against the hull (oh and the dulcet tones of what drink would you like) absolute bliss. We did have the run around trip dropping people off on the way back but to be honest after the day we had had and the high we were on it didn’t really matter that much at all. The Blue Spa (in the hotel) My good lady was treated to a couple of spa treatment, a body wrap and a facial, of which I can conform were both appreciated and enjoyed by her good self. While not cheap you get very good value for you money and the treatments are over a hour a piece, they like you in 30 mins early so you can take some time to relax and have a sauna and swim before you are relaxed and pampered to near oblivion by all accounts. The service and staff were second to none and you were made to feel that you were the only person in the place and only you mattered. The advice and guidance they gave was as well I understand very professional and informative. Happy, relaxed and pampered wife equals even better holiday. 5 One Restaurant Is in the new build on the 5th floor and you are entitled to one visit a week for the AI guests. We booked for 20:00 on the Saturday night for a bit of a good bye to the holiday and it was the closest day to our wedding anniversary we could get. The only issue with that was we heard some horror stories during the week about the food and the service and were initially left wondering if we were going to go or give it a miss, as the week progressed there were some more flattering reports to be heard so we went for it, working on the idea if it was really that bad we could always go out and have a meal!! So very pleased we did, the service was wonderful and the food was extremely good. We had the normal meals off the menu, you could pay a surcharge for some but what we wanted to try was on the normal tariff. We managed to get a seat outside and it was a great way to spend the evening, overlooking the bay and sea cool breeze with a wonderful dining partner. Going home ☹ Always the down side and if we could be would have booked in and stayed but my wife had to get back for other commitments and there was no way I was going to be left enjoying myself ☺ There was a meeting on Saturday afternoon to give details of the return trip and organisation etc, all pretty straight forward and Matthew was as ever very helpful with it. Sunday arrived to early and thankfully we did keep the room until 18:00 so we could enjoy it to the full. With a final meal and a good bye to the staff at the other bar we were on the coach for 20:45 and ready to go, the driver was a bit out on a limb as there were no staff there and his listed didn’t compare to people who thought they were getting on, young ladies with attitudes really should have a look at themselves and I hope were somewhat embarrassed at a late point in their travels. The transfer was painless and straight forward, though if there had been a issue I am not sure how it would have been dealt with as this was the first time that no Thompson staff were in evidence for the whole trip to advise or guide if required!!! Once checked in there is plenty to do in the airport shopping and dining to be done, there is also a lounge you can book into there is food and drink there WiFi etc, I travel anyhow so we booked in on my account, though I am not sure it would be worth the €35 you would be charged for the pleasure for a hour or so you would use it!! We took off on time and arrived back into dark and cool Exeter a little early, the exit was well and fine and we were heading home. Summary For just walking into the travel agents and coming out a little later we couldn’t have had a better week on holiday, it is an exception for us not to have done hours of research and pondering. The hotel and its staff, Thompson Staff, boat crew and the travel agents made it very very pleasurable, relaxing and enjoyable. We wouldn’t hesitate in returning again (the following week if we could have) and as always nothing is normally like it was before but it’s worth the chance. Next year will peobably be missed as we have a Cuba return to do before commercialization takes hold but the year after is up for grabs and if the chance for a quick break comes up in 2017 we know where we will be Thank you Hotel Tasia MarisMore


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