Tasia Maris Gardens  

A great-looking pool and a sandy beach on standby make these apartments a sure-fire hit.

Beach lovers get a great deal at these apartments. There’s a sandy one just a few minutes’ walk away and it comes with bars and restaurants. Plus Ayia Napa and Nissi Beach are both about 15 to 20 minutes away on foot.

The main focus is the pool – a curvy number with a separate whirlpool bath and kids’ pool. Food-wise, there’s a buffet restaurant and waiter-service lunch. Meanwhile, the entertainment includes karaoke and parrot shows.

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

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First Choice Kids' Club

First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.

Pool bar

Under a gazebo style shelter, the pool bar is the perfect place to grab a drink, snack or ice-cream. Gluten free of special dietary meals can be arranged, please give advanced notice.

Play area

With a shaded section.

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1 bedroom apartment

1 bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4 people with twin or double beds, kitchenette with 2 electric rings, mini-oven and radio. Includes maid service 3 times a week and a radio. Safety deposit boxes and air-conditioning in the lounge are available for an extra charge.

1 bedroom apartment

1 bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4 people with twin or double beds, kitchenette with 2 electric rings, mini-oven and radio. Includes maid service 3 times a week and a radio. Safety deposit boxes and air-conditioning in the lounge are available for an extra charge.

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you get the best of both worlds in tasia maris gardens as this has changed from self catering to all inclusive, so the accomadation is not just a hotel room but spacious living with a seperate bedroom plus kitchen plus lounge with two sofas & coffee table, dinning table & large balcony, this together with unusual swimming pool, plenty of sun lounges,excellet food and wery friendly staff along with entertainments organiser CHELSEA who was brilliant ,we had a great time and will be returning next year.More

excitedleicester, leicester


We booked this holiday 18 months prior due to going for a wedding ,it was advertised in the brochure ,thompsons,that it was 4 star .well there was no way that it was 4 star it also said evening entertainment ,and there wasn't we made the most of it because we wasn't at the hotel much due to meeting up with family and friends that were in aiya nappa for the wedding . if it hadn't been for having a great time at the wedding ,and great weather it would of been a very poor holiday . Would not stay at this hotel againMore

SHEENA M, Halifax, United Kingdom

Bargain Hotel

We travelled to Tasia Maris Gardens not for luxuary or extravagant surroundings but for some late autmn sun and we got what we were expecting. Upon arrival at 1130hrs the only thing available to us other than our room was a very cordial brief sign-in procedure hosted by the night porter (Thomas) whom gives you directions to your room and a few laughs.So if you were expecting a Bell Hop to carry your cases to your room, and as we were staying in a 1st floor studio (with 30 steps) forget it and prepare to hump your own luggage. This is not a problem if you are reasonably healthy but if you are a tad infirm then insist on a ground floor studio. Also if like us you arrive in the dark hours, be aware that you will have to hunt down your accomodation which is fine if youre camped by the pool but the outer rooms are much harder to find. It would help new arrivals if reception handed out a small printed map of the complex. (Managment please take note) Accomodation Our first response on entering our apartment was a favourable one. You enter into a largish kitchenette come lounge. These apartments were obviously self-catering units before the change to All Inclusive and to this end still remain so. So with all this cooking gear in place you could easily self cater if you dont get on with the fodder that Tasia Maris provides (More on this later) So we have a fridge/small cooker/work top/cupboards containing cutlery etc/ and a sink drainer and a dining table with 4 chairs. The lounge area has 2 single soft chairs and 2 x 8 foot long settees on either side of a coffee table. An 18" telly stares at you from its perch on a telly cabinette with drawers and storage. All of this is a tad 70s style but it is all in fine fettle. The verranda is accessed through this lounge by a sliding glass door and is quite nice with a table and 4 plastic chairs. Bedroom. A large double bedroom with two single beds co-joined into a double bed with a very hard mattress, plenty of storage, drawers etc and a small safe in one of the cupboards (10 euros per week) Bathroom Modernish with an efficient shower which is in the bath so if your disabled this could be a challenge. Pools We accesed the pool area by walking through well layed paths with simple but nice shrubs on each side, the pools are situated in the heart of the complex with the apartments surrounding them, think Roman Villa style.We didnt use the pools as we are beach people but it is a very quaint layout with little Neopolitan bridges spanning it. There seems to be ample sunbeds and umbrellas, this all looks like a very nice and safe contained space in which you can while your days although at this time of year your roosting will only last as long as 1600hrs as the apartments and palm trees start to steal the sun but this should be fine in the high season. There is a small but efficient Pool Bar. Main Restaurant A very clean and modern area with drinks machines alongside a central canteen island. Lots of internal covers and a dozen or so more under an external covered dining area. Breakfast is obviously aimed at us Brits with a very good choice of full English yummies to consume, I loved these breakfasts. Lunch is Cafeteria fashion and you are well attended by the very helpfull waiters, you choose your meal from the same menu that they use front of house. I considered it adequate but some guests clearly did not concur, Dinner is a "Come all Ye" buffet affair, more controversy here from some but I liked it as I ate some of the most delicious meats and Greek Stiffados I have ever had fortune to put my lips too. There were some more complaints from others about these meals but I personally think it is down to a quirky combination of choices and our English palettes. Even so a couple of families voted with their feet, a shame as these folks certainly would have found it hard to afford the expence of a hotel move but move they did!! Main Bar All the normal cocktails assembled using local liquor seemed to be the order of the day for most folks infact unusually for me I would treat myself nightly to one Bloody Mary and it comes tops and equally was the barman Georgi whom served it. We like to drink Dry White Wine and we were unprepared for the hotels excuse of a House Wine. This was the stuff that comes from the European wine lake. It was being sold at a shop across the road for 2 euros a litre, the biggest problem with this wine is that it varies from rank to okish plus it always smells off. I asked at reception if they could change to something slightly better (Maybe lashing out 3 euros a Litre) but they said that as nobody else had complained it was our taste letting us down. I did my own "Vox Pop" amongst some of the other drinkers and they all said that one glass was enough for them to switch drinks!! But my wife only drinks white wine so she couldnt swap to another drink. We arent wine snobs but meerly winos so that left only one alternative, get some in!! So every evening I would go over the road and buy my wife a bottle of Aphrodite Dry White and we would take this into the bar with us. It certainly did not ruin our holiday but surely when you are staying in a 4* All Inclusive Hotel you should not expect wine that you wouldnt even put on your chips? We have stayed in over 80 hotels, all over the world, in the last 20 years and a fair proportion of them were All Inclusive but this is the first time we have had to bring in our own plonk. Entertainment Basic. Summary Tasia Maris Gardens is seemingly a well loved hotel for many people and I can see their reasons for feeling this way as it is very pleasant with nice rooms and reasonable facilities especially considering the price. Its crowning glory is the lovely staff as they are some of the best I have ever encountered. It is also a self contained kind of place and a safe environment for your kids. But in my view it is definately not a 4* Hotel but it is a bargain.More

BasilIvybridge, Ivybridge


we have just come back from tasia maris gardens (my husband and i with our 4 children). the rooms are extremely basic,the beds were very uncomfortable and the air con was so noisey we couldnt sleep with it on.we could not open the door for fresh air as there were around 6 cats hanging around the door!! we booked this believing it was a 4 star it is no where near..it is also a premier family however there was nothing for my children to do.there were 3 kids in the disco which has a floor space of about 10sqm there is 1 outside entertainment act per 2 weeks.Chelsea the lovely entertainer does the entertainment for the whole hotel ALONE WITH NO BUDGET.The food is very limited choice and must be cooked hours before and left out.we only lasted 2 nights and were forced to pay another 1400 euros extra to be moved to another hotel!!!!More

Bethany W, Newark, New Jersey, United States

'Great Place'

Where do I start... our holiday was amazing from start to finish. Apartment was spacious, extremely clean (maids where amazing) just what we were after as it was our first holiday with our little girl who is 15 months. Pool side was clean, tidy and was of a good side. Restaurant and bar area was clean and tidy, good selection of foods/drinks. Staff where very helpful and polite all the time. Loved Thomas on Reception of a night.. Entertainment was great, Chelsea was lovely.. Could not fault this accommodation at all... amazing!!! xxxxMore


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