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.
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.
These twin rooms are designed with a light and airy feel. There’s 1 extra bed in the bedroom. You’ll have a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. And air-conditioning* is available from May to October.
Partner and I have just spent 7 lovely days at this hotel and thoroughly enjoyed our stay from start to finish. There are more plus points than negative, starting with the negative- reserving sunbeds is something I do not believe in but as an early riser it wasn't a problem but unless ur were out before 8am you may struggle, however the beach is so close by and beds are only â¬2.50 euros a day it's not a bad compromise. There were people complaining about the food but to be honest we found it very acceptable and something to suit everyone. The a la carte restaurant 5one was fab and would recommend it to anyone staying in the hotel. Room was small but very clean and no issues. Karen the entertainment rep was great and got everyone involved in games, quizzes and got guests chatting & we met lots of lovely people. Hotel is close enough you can walk into Ayia Napa but far enough away that no issues with noise. Was pleasantly surprised with the hotel and would have no issues recommending it to others.More
Just returned from my latest visit to this hotel. It has had some work done with a new block of deluxe rooms, including swim up rooms. The renovations are wonderful. The pool area is a little small for the amount of guests at the hotel, but this doesn't spoil any of the enjoyment. Restaurant for dinner can be busy, but there is a lovely choice of food and the staff are always happy to accommodate if you cannot find anything you like. I have always found that asking is helpful. Lunch times can be very busy, due to the extention of the hotel. Wifi is available but maily in the bar area and if too many people are using at the same time it can be a ptoblem. The staff are friendly and always happy to help. Karen does a fabulous job keeping you entertained during the day. The Thomson reps Nikki & Matthew were fabulous, very friendly and helpful. I would recommend this hotel.More
Best hotel have ever stayed in food rooms staff all excellent in a great position near beach and shops bars etc a special thanks to Karen entertainment who does everything right and genially cares not in your face and she is professional at what she does
I can't speak highly enough about this hotel thank you for a wonderful holidayMore
Nice and clean place. We had a room with a side balcony facing the street. I think the price is fair, the hotel is well equipped and maintained. The breakfast choice is great, plenty of fruit and hot dishes.
The wifi didn't work at all.More
hit and miss
We came to this hotel after it was recommended by our daughter .
It was a bit hit and miss..yes there were probably more good points than bad
we were allocated a beautiful sea view room which got our holiday off to a brilliant start.
the food is quite good the a la carte lunch included in the AI is second to none.the buffet food in the evening was not as good but ok really.
the selection of drinks in all bars is really good..plenty of cocktails to choose from.along with all the friendly staff in the bars were a definate plus
the weather was good duringvour stat.
The pool area was not cleaned for the first 5days of our stay and let the hotel down.
Unless you were up early to reserve a sunbed you had a problem finding one.
It is really cramped once all the sunbeds are occupied.
The upstairs a la carte wasnt as good as one would expect bit of a let down and not worth getting our glad rags on for.
Though the hotel advertises an entertainment team there is only one lady who does her best but we found the bingo quizzes childish games boring.There were singers every evening but it needs more visual fun cabearet acts who everyone can enjoy.
My biggest gripe is that we were not advised of the rule that gentlemen have to wear long trousers for dinner,my husband arrived smartly dressed in dressed up 3/4 expensive designer shorts along with a smart designer shirt.the restaurant staff came down on him like a ton of bricks refusing entrance as he wasnt smartly dressed!!!completely wrong out of order attitude.
there were young girls in the restaurant with skimpy tops and shorts up their backsides that they had on all day.
The manager was called whio was rude and told us unless we bought long trousers for my hubby we could not eat in the restaurant but had to go to the inferior sister hotel full of kids..the tasia is adults only.
my hubby ended up wearing some of my denim trousers all or holiday as the local shops did not have any long trousers.MEN PLEASE NOTE
We have stayed in more up market 5â luxury hotels throughout the world who do not have this silly rule, as long as the men are smartly dressed there should not be a problemMore