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.
Deluxe twin room sleeps up to 3 with 2 beds and a camp-bed. You'll also have a radio, renovated bathroom with walk-in shower and a safety deposit box to hire. Image shown is planned appearance for Summer 2015.
I cannot believe what some people complain about but if you want a Clean Modern Hotel with Good Food, swim up bar, next to the beach, friendly staff then this the one.
We have been here before and things have changed over the last year but the Rooms are excellent, the food remains of a high standard and the pool is lovely.
I do not think you should have to pay for the fridge ( the safe maybe) and I do think that pool towels should be changed more frequently than twice a week. Our biggest disappointment was the cocktails we have always upgraded to All Inclusive as the drinks have always been good but this year they were 'watery' and unappealing. I do not think it was down to the bar staff but the contents of the bottles were poor. I have no complaints about the food. I have seen the same staff here for many years now and they remain friendly and helpful. I heard rumours that the hotel has been taken over and if that is true then they need to get back the small touches that made this a hotel that people return to year after year and that includes bringing back some decent evening entertainment and not cutting corners.
This hotel is value for money and I would still highly recommend a week here.More
Carole B, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Well after reading some of the reviews I felt I didn't go to the sane place... This hotel is probably for the mature person rather than the younger generation, although the younger ones seemed to be having fun. Lots of returning couples..Rooms clean and bright, staff brilliant and friendly... Food what is there to complain about.. It's all hot and plenty of choice.. Few minor issues e.g getting up early for sun bed, towels changed only twice a week but nothing that would ruin a holigsy.. Would I return, well it's not the best hotel I have been to
, but yes I would definitely return. More
Belinda H, Stockport, United Kingdom
This was the first time using this hotel in all our holidays in Cyprus what a fantastic experience ,the room was excellent everything you needed and spotless clean ,location is very good across road to beach ,hotel is 0n main road so easy to get to anywhere.in hotel pool was excellent plenty of beds .the food in hotel was brilliant I am a fussy eater but every day was brilliant spoilt for choice entertainment was also excellent something to do every day night time was also excellent.More
Michael F, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Came for a week and found serious issues from day 1.
- fridge and safe come at an extra cost of â¬20 & â¬10 respectively per week
- pool towels can only be collected and changed on Mondays and Thursdays
- no water included on half-board ( worth â¬0.40 in a local shop)
- most disappointing were the extremely poor food choices and quality. For example frozen vegetables, tinned fruit, uncooked prawns in the pasta salad, overcooked dry meat, heavily processed deserts
- Extremely loud and poor entertainment until midnight
- Wi-fi coverage is hit and miss
This is by far the worst place we have stayed and we will not be recommending to anyone else.
On the positive side, the rooms are modern and clean but need more storage.
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Substitute for Tunsia
We chose this hotel as our Tunsia holiday was cancelled.
Overall we cannot fault the hotel.
The staff are all friendly and helpful.
It's a adult only hotel.
The restaurant is your usual self serve. We would much prefer to have hot coffee tea served hot. Unfortunately this you help yourself too. It's not always hot and usually half a cup depending which drink you choose.
Beat are that you do have to pay for a kettle in your room this is at a cost of 4 Euro a day including the tea, coffee, milk and sugar. The fridge costs will cost 20 e for a week and 35 e for a fortnight.
Towels can only be got on a Monday and a Thursday. We did get enough for the days we needed but we find this odd not being able to change these everyday!
The hotel is on Nisi Avenue so you have plenty of bars, restaurants,supermarkets etc.
Buses run every 15 minutes and it will cost 1.5 e this will take you all the way into Ayia Napa and further.
The entertainment is varied in the evening even though we haven't watched any.
Karen does the entertainment in the day which we have enjoyed. There's plenty of fizzy wine for the winners.
We have been drinking at the Florence a bar just up the road from the hotel. A pint of Carling will cost up 2.50 e. Really enjoy this bar. There's plenty of cocktails to choose from.
We are on the top floor facing thr road we can see the sea and it's much quieter than the pool view due to the entertainment. Room 535.More