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.
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.
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.
Double room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with twin beds and a camp-bed. Within room is a radio, renovated bathrooms with walk-in showers, room service with food until 9.30pm and drinks 'til midnight. Also with a laundry service and air-conditioning from the middle of May.
Twin room sleeps up to 3. With air-conditioning from 15th May, a radio, walk-in showers, room service offering food until 9.30pm and drinks 'til midnight and a laundry service. The third bed is a camp-bed. Image shown is planned appearance for Summer 2015.
This hotel was amazing. It has the perfect location. It's a 1 min walk away from sandy bay beach and 10-15 min walk from Nissi beach. There's loads of really good restaurants very close by too. The busy Ayia Napa square is only around a 20 min walk if you fancied a lively night out. The hotel its self was very stylish and modern, the rooms were immaculately clean with thanks to the lovely, friendly maids. I'd recommend having lunch from there instead of dinner although all the food was lovely there wasn't much of a selection, however the breakfast was perfect. The pool area was the best I've ever seen too so peaceful and looks amazing. The staff were very friendly too especially the bar staff. Me and my boyfriend have both said we'll definitely return to this hotel again and recommend others to go. More
woodsd05, Dudley, United Kingdom
My wife and I stayed at the tasia maris for a week in August. Have to say it is one of the best hotels we have ever been too.
Rooms are brand new, immaculately clean and very modern. Air con is free as is the WiFi. All we payed for was the fridge and safety deposit box, both very reasonable.
All the staff without exception were fantastic and very friendly, from the lovely ladies on reception who were happy to arrange champagne and flowers in our room for my wife's birthday, to the waiters who were very good at learning what you drank and we're there ready to get us a refill as our glasses emptied, to the hard working catering staff who made and served us the amazing food we were lucky enough to eat every day except the one night we eat out just for a change, not forgetting the happy young lady who ran the pool bar and the friendly cleaner who looked after our room. All inclusive is definitely the way to go, and I would recommend a sea view upgrade, we had a room on the 5th floor on the bit that sticks out to the right of the building on the photos, great view of the beach.
Lunch is from a menu as there is a half board option, we started to just get one lunch between us as there was so much on the plate we couldn't manage one each just for lunch.
Breakfast and evening meal are self service, plenty of choice for everyone.
Sunbeds always available as we are early risers. The pool area did get busy but as it's the height of summer we expected that.
All in all we struck gold booking this hotel. Never been to a platinum hotel before, but I'm happy to belive the tasia is worthy of this rating.
Chris M, Chorley, United Kingdom
After reading some of the negative reviews based on this hotel my partner and I was concerned about coming, however it wasn't all bad at all.
The room was always cleaned on a daily basis, the breakfasts & main meals at night where good, we stayed for 2 weeks and found we could always have something decent to eat on the nights that we stayed At the hotel, although breakfast got boring after a while which is to be expected. I think many people on here who slate the food are just fussy. DRESS CODE applies to men, to wear trousers which is a bit annoying, although we found men were wearing trackie bottoms and got away with it or jeans!
The lunch time menu is really good, there was always something worth trying.
The majority of the staff are friendly, Kiki at the outside bar is lovely .
The hotel is very close to Lot of bars, restaurants, super markets, the beach sandy bay and missing beach are close by aswell which we visited both.
We probably would stay at this hotel again, as its close to everything! The entertainment at night can be poor but we were happy just having a drink and chilling.More
Nice room shame about the...........
So on the plus side, the room was clean with a comfortable bed and the air con worked a treat.
Now I will start on the negatives...
Any hotel that is rated a 4* should not be charging a" reasonably priced" â¬10 for the use of a safety deposit box for a week, nor "a reasonably priced" â¬20 for use of a fridge!!
The pool towels were only supplied twice a week, and to crown it all to guarantee your prime spot by the pool you had to be sure to get up by 7 am to reserve your sun bed, hideous.
The food was bland but plentiful. No Greek cuisine which was a shame, and artificial honey with your pancakes if that is possible. To be fair the bread was really nice though.
Beware, on our first night we ordered 2 Caipirinhas, we checked with the waitress if they were included on the Happy hour menu and told they were. We were then presented with a bill for â¬5505.50!!!!!! Be sure to check what you are signing for.
Oh yes, and then there is the ridiculous rule that men can only wear long trousers to dinner, whilst women can wear the skimpiest of denim cut off shorts and a crop top! Why the discrimination? Seems very strange as the restaurant is hardly fine dining.
The gym in the basement also deserves a mention. Throughout our stay the steam room and sauna were out of order. The machines in the gym clearly have seen better days, the wire on the rowing machine was wearing thin, and looks extremely hazardous.
On arrival we were given only one key for the room, we asked for another but weren't given one, this made things tricky if ever we wanted to do separate things.
The entertainment as mentioned is of an extremely poor standard, except for the Motown tribute girls duo, who were the only act that could actually sing!
The Wifi is pretty much unusable in the rooms, and even slow in shared areas at busy times.
All in all we felt that the Tasia Maris was a mean hotel, and therefore we used it purely as a base. Luckily the beach was a far more pleasant place to spend the day.
For a 4* hotel it falls short of the mark compared to others we have stayed in. If we had set our sights on a 3* and paid 3* prices then we might have felt different.
This is certainly not Platinum, more like bronze.More
The game of sunbed roulette start's at six am at this hotel even though there is signs to say "no loungers should be reserved" it doesn't stop the hordes of guests trooping down getting in the way of the Cleaning staff to place there towels on there chosen spot . I NEVER play this stupid selfish game which I thought was predominantly a German practice but was surprised to find out they were all ENGLISH....So no sunbed during my trip no worries I went to the "Sandy bay beach" just over the road...I so don't want to slate the hotel it's fine in almost every aspect but the fact that if you want a kettle safe fridge you need to shell out cash in a **** hotel this I think should come as standard and the restaurant is just fine plenty of attentive staff but when you go to the bar area there is just two staff trying to give table service so have plenty to drink with your dinner before going to the bar to avoid dehydration as you will wait a while all in all not a bad hotel , does however have a few issuesMore