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.
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Food & Drink
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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.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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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.
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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. Image shown is planned appearance for Summer 2015.
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Just spent a week at the Tasia Maris with my sisters. We have had the most wonderful holiday and it was down to the staff and the hotel. The rooms were spacious and clean, the staff were always smiling and made you feel that you mattered. The meals were amazing with so much choice, thank you Chef!. The beach is only a 2 minute walk from the hotel and if you feel like walking there is a direct path all the way to Ayia Napa, or you can take the bus. We had a marvellous view from our balcony of the sea. We have all said we will be going back as it was one of the best holidays we have had, and between us we have visited places all over the world. Thank you Tasia Maris.More
Nice clean Hotel, good sea view but couldn't escape the entertainment due to room location which over-looked the pool area and stage. Majority of acts couldn't sing and wouldn't even get through the auditions on X-Factor and that is saying something!! Holiday wasn't our choice as we attended a family wedding and definately will not visit Cyprus again.More
julie s, Fleetwood, United Kingdom
good but not platinum
First.would I go again.yes.would I recommendto friends.yes with resevations.since we last went the pool area has been made much bigger and we were always able to get a bed but if you want a good position get prepared to get up at 6 o clock.one lady told us she had gone for a walk at 6 and 32 beds already had towels on.A common complaint which other hotels are now dealin g with.If you want a beach towel be quick as people take 2 or 3 each thus not enough to go round.The food we found to be very good with plenty of choice but sometimes a little cool especially breakfast. All these niggles we dealt with but on arrival we were allocated room 231.very nice, a shower to die for but one very bad downside.we could hear everything from next door even them sitting on the toilet and passing wind and all their phone calls.Dont worry geodie couple next door we wont tell your secrets. Moved to room 114, much quieter but very small. altogether though a decent holiday with good and friendly staff.More
DAVID H, Kendal, United Kingdom
Tasia Maris, Cyprus; Things to be aware of....
We have just returned from a 1 weeks holiday in the Tasia Maris in Cyprus. In general the hotel was very nice, clean and recently decorated to a high standard. We had a good week all in all. That said there were a few things I wish I had known about and feel the tour operator should highlight. 1. On arrival (booking in) we was told if we wanted to use the fridge in the room we would need to pay 20 Euro for 1 week. I have never come across this in the past...having to pay for the use of a fridge in such a warm country! 2. Pool towels are given but only on a Monday and Thursday. We were given towels Thursday morning (following a scramble for them!) and handed them in Thursday afternoon...not realising we should have kept them until Monday. We did complain and were reluctantly given two very old towels to use! 3. The room key activates the electricity in the room. When you are not there you cannot charge phones, ipads etc... We asked for a 2nd room key but was told NO... If we had known we would have taken more chargers so we could charge over night! 4. Staff in general are rude - no attempt to make conversation or smile! There was one receptionist particular that is very rude...a tall woman with very short hair (the other two receptionist are local - this woman sounds German). She was so rude and unhelpful. On one occasion she appeared to get annoyed because we spoke to her whilst she was reading the newspaper eating her breakfast at reception! 5. The air-conditioning makes a screaming noise when the patio door is opened. You cannot turn the air-con off so are unable to have the door open at all! 6. Gentlemen....Please remember long trousers for dinner! 7. The food is very poor quality and lacks choice. 8. Some of the waiters need a lesson on personal hygiene and learn what deodorant is for! 9. The hotel seems to cater for the older generation and in some cases people have been travelling to the Tasia Maris for years. Staff really look after these guests and new holiday makers are left waiting. 10. Whist eating the staff are constantly hovering to take your dirty crockery...as you put your knife and fork down they are taking it away. Its very off putting! 11. Wifi was free but would drop out constantly! My husband and I have had a very nice week BUT we ate out most of the week. The food was a real let down and were the staff! If Thompson addressed these issues this hotel would be lovely!More
Nice hotel in an excellent location, right next to the lovely Sandy Bay.
We have just returned from a week at the Tasia Maris on the outskirts of Ayia Napa at Nissi Beach. The hotel has been tastefully redecorated with lots of electric blue lighting. We had rooms 504 and 505 with partial sea views, also overlooking Ayia Napa. Very smart and clean rooms albeit a little small. Breakfasts were very good with freshly Cooked waffles, pancakes and omelettes. We were half board and had most of our evening meals at the hotel. We would have preferred less British food and more Cypriot choices, and the choice of desserts was a bit limited. The swimming pool was a little small, but there was a nice swim up bar. They had a major problem with towels left on unoccupied sunbeds which should be addressed, but we spent most of our time on the lovely horseshoe beach where a sunbed was â¬2.50 for the day, with an extra â¬2.50 for an umbrella. Or you could put your towel on the sand. It was never too busy, and a 15 minute walk to the right takes you to the famous Nissi Beach, but we preferred Sandy Bay. Most of the evening entertainment was quite good with music and dance acts. Whilst some of the staff were friendly, some of them, especially on reception were not. In particular I asked reception, and our Thomson Rep if they would consider some form of concession or upgrade because my younger daughter had been unable to travel with us at the last minute, as work would not give her the time off. We had paid for her in full and felt that it would have been reasonable for the hotel to recognise this in some way. We received no response from the hotel management or our Rep before we left. This was disappointing. Even a negative response would have been preferable. In the rooms the aircon was ok, and we chose not to hire a fridge. We took our own travel kettle to make hot drinks though you can hire one. We took an excursion into Northern Cyprus, visiting the ancient city of Salamis and Famagusta where you can view the Varosha ghost town, captured by the Turkish army when they invaded in 1974. We strongly recommend this trip and the excellent tour guide. Two years ago we did the Love Cyprus trip from Paphos which is also excellent. Would we stay at this hotel again? Probably not, as there are lots of other places we would like to visit, but we would recommend the Tasia Maris with just a few reservations. We did have a great holiday, but preferred Paphos to Ayia Napa. Protaras also looks very nice, and Fig Tree Bay in particular. We went there on the local bus which costs â¬1.50.More
Tim4mynextholiday, Exeter, United Kingdom
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