The Hotel Tasia Maris gets a big tick when it comes to location. It’s just footsteps from the beach, so you can expect incredible views out to sea. What’s more, the town centre of Nissi Beach, with its shops, tavernas and bars, is less than a 15-minute walk away.
The hotel itself is centred around a lagoon-like pool, which is criss-crossed by a pretty wooden bridge. Relaxation spots come courtesy of surrounding loungers, shady parasols and a whirlpool bath, and a swim-up bar means cocktails are easy to come by.
Lastly, because this hotel is part of the Thomson Gold range, you can expect big things in terms of dining and entertainment. Buffet spreads, gala dinners and lunchtime al fresco dining lead the way on the food front. And, come sundown, live music, comedy acts and professional shows feature in the line-up.
Based on 337 reviews
- Official Rating
Classic holidays designed for adults
- Geared towards adults
- Classic entertainment
- Home-from-home dining
- Expert service
- High-calibre hotels
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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.
Facilities► View all
With an ample spacious sun terrace looking after the sun beds and parasols surrounding the pool. Bridges and water features are also part of the large 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.
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
double room with sea view
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.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Great hotel with good food swimming pools cocktail bar nightly entertainment and for couples only
Had a great time at the Tasia Maris Beach Hotel. Our room looked over the pool to the beach. The food was great excellent varied menu and every night there was a cabaret. The pool had a cocktail bar that opened at 11 am and just over the road was a lovely sandy beach with friendly bar and snacks. It was a self contained resort and couldnt fault it in anywayMore
Lovely Small Relaxed Hotel
Stayed here for a lovely relaxed week in October. The staff were wonderful, extremely friendly and helpful. The ages on first impression appeared older but I soon noticed there were a complete mixture of ages. The rooms were clean and spacious. We loved the food, always something nice and although not as much choices as some hotels it was all cooked perfectly. All in all a great hotel at a very reasonable cost in a fantastic location.More
A Good Hotel
Stayed at hotel for week in August 2013,The hotel is well placed for Nissa beach and Ayia Napa. some class it as Ayia Napa but it is about 3km away from resort, but can be walked in about 20mins along coast line or get a bus from out front of hotel for 1.50 euro, taxi about 6.00euro. We stayed in a superiour room which was on 3rd floor and had its own large balcony with sun loungers, a great evening space. We sat up here and listened to the evening entertainment below. The pool was of good size and did not seem to get that full, the pool bar was popular. There were plenty of sun loungers no need to reserve unless you wanted the best sunny ones, but as it got to hot 38c this was not an issue. The service of all staff was first class, every one polite and freindly. The food was OK may be iam a bit picky but the mains were great lots of choice, but the sweets let them down a bit as they seemed a bit repetative. but a good standard overall. The hotel is a short walk from a nice beach and sheltered bay, 2min out of back entrance, this was very popular at times.More
glenn f, west wales
A Superb Hotel
I have just returned from a fabulous week at this excellent Hotel . It is kept in an exceptionally clean condition in all areas, The Staff are wonderful always eager to help our room was cleaned to a high standard everyday ,the food was tasty well prepared and varied, I have read on the site that there were many English Roast Dinners ,that was the case however there was always plenty of alternatives on the Menu to enjoy which I did. Our room was on the 5th floor it was clean comfortable with a stunning view of the Bay well worth paying extra for the Sea View. We first visited this Hotel some 15 years ago it was good then and is good now. I would have no hesitation in recommending this Hotel to anyone.More
twmthebus, Rhondda, United Kingdom
Good hotel for oap's
Just returned from Cyprus and stayed at the Tasia Maris Hotel. We had top floor room with a wicked view of lovely little bay.The room we had was small but nice enough and cleaned well every day. The hotel was spotless everywhere. Food was good but too English. Roast dinners every day so had to eat out 3/4 times to get some Cypriot food. Pool area was lovely and beautifully kept but we don't do pools when there are so many nice beaches around such as nissi and Makronnosis, albeit crammed. We had private taxi from airport to hotel so didn't see rep on route. We didn't bother to attend the meeting on the first day and as we predicted, shoved through our door was a list of all the over priced excursions and no information that might of been useful to us..... The whole reason we don't bother with meetings!! There was a corner in hotel foyer designated for rep but did not see him/her once which is really bad for those people that actually did want to see them. We are in our 50's and felt like we were in an old people's home, given that the average age was around 75 and the entertainment certainly reflected this..... Dire!!!! Russians seem to of taken over Cyprus. They live and work here without speaking either English or Greek making it difficult to converse both in hotel and restaurants. Found it hard work ordering the simplest of things! Have been going to Cyprus since 1970 but really feel it has lost it's authenticity and tradition that once made it a warm, friendly and a hospitable place to visit. Would recommend this hotel for the over 70's but unfortunately I will not be returning to Cyprus for a very long time.More
Kate S, Lincoln, United Kingdom
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