A beachfront setting and a pair of à la carte restaurants are just a couple of the things you’ll love here.
This place, operated by Atlantica, has a peaceful beachfront setting, with its own little rocky cove. As secluded as it is, a 10-minute bus ride takes you right into the town centre – there’s a bus stop right outside the hotel.
Bedrooms here are really modern. They all come with matching bed linen, and contemporary over-sized headboards. From May 2016, this hotel will become part of the Thomson Sensimar collection.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. One à la carte restaurant visit included during your stay. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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You'll have plenty of space for a relaxing swim at this huge pool. It runs the entire length of the terrace, which is dotted with sunbeds and parasols if you'd like to spend a lazy day by the pool.
Tuck into the delicious buffet spread here. Gentlemen must wear long trousers in the restaurant in the evenings.
Spend the day relaxing and treat yourself to a pamper session. There's a pool where you can enjoy a relaxing swim, or take a soak in the whirlpool bath. Head to the sauna and steam bath after a dip in the pool, or pick from a range of treatments including massages and manicures in the new spa.
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Double room sleeps up to 3, with minibar on request at an extra charge.
superior double room
Superior double room sleeps up to 3. With a Nespresso machine - free supply of capsules on arrival and more available at an extra charge, turn down service, minibar on request at an extra charge, bathrobes and slippers and fruit and wine on arrival.
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Never to be forgotten, Atlantica Sea Breeze!
The hotel exceeded our expectations, ALL staff were friendly from start to finish, we started in room 309 then we were moved to a superior room with complete sea view(238), they offered us a 1 night stay in a sister hotel while they changed our rooms, it was a wonderful surprise to come back to. The buffet restaurant had a lot of variety and was good quality, some food was cooked in front of you. We were right next to a sandy beach, a path from the hotel lead you straight to the beach(which was a few minutes walk if that) so yes brilliant location, buses were cheap â¬1.50 can get you to any town nearby and the hotel is located in a quiet area. There is a lot of history to Cyprus and is an active island so a lot of things to do! The hotel had a relaxing atmosphere, you instantly feel at home and welcome. The entertainment was pretty good, the band Big City Swell who play often was really good and sang a good variety of songs. So yes overall an amazing hotel that deserves a 5***** rating! Oh and I'm coming back! Somewhen.... More
Relaxing week in the sun
We have just returned from a week at the Atlantica Sea Breeze from 21st June to 28th June. We arrived quite late to be greeted by Josephina and the reception staff who gave us a very warm welcome. After a refreshing glass of orange juice, our bags were taken to our room. The bar was still open so we grabbed a nice cocktail and cooled off. The all inclusive on drinks is available until midnight and the bar remains open until 1am for those who want to pay. Local spirits and a variety of cocktails you can choose from. On the bar menu anything marked with ** is available as all-inclusive. There were some sandwiches in the fridge and an apple as the restaurant had closed which was a nice touch and very much welcomed! Our room (218) was lovely and of a good size. We had a partial sea view so we were on the side of the hotel on the second floor. We didn't really spend any time on the balcony so weren't to fussed on the views. There was a comfortable king size bed and a nice bathroom with a shower. Plenty of room for hanging your clothes and a safe in the wardrobe. There is also a hairdryer. The room had been recently decorated and was very modern. The meals in the hotel were lovely. We both like our food and there was plenty of choice at every meal. Each evening there was a different theme to the food, e.g traditional Cyprus, International cuisine, etc. The food was always hot and full of flavour. Ice cream was always available, we liked to use a paper cup and plastic spoon so we could take it out to the sunbeds to eat. We didn't really take advantage of the evening entertainment although did hear the resident duo on a few occasions who played acoustic music and sang - they were very good. We got the bus into Protaras on a couple of occasions, once during the day and once in the evening. The bus stop was right outside the hotel and was 1.50EURO each. Probably about a 10 minute drive into the town so a very easy journey and worth the trip. We went to a lovely restaurant on the main street called Andaman, it did traditional Greek food. We shared a meat platter which was absolutely delish. There isn't much to do in the local area, but that suited us as we really wanted to spend a week doing pretty much nothing! There was a path along the coast so you could go for a walk if you wanted to. The staff here really do make the hotel what it is. They are all so friendly and happy to do anything for you. All staff welcome you with a smile which is so nice.More
Fabulous Hotel with wonderful staff
My husband and I stayed for a week in June; we booked a private taxi transfer with Thomson so were at the hotel within 30 minutes. Greeted by very friendly staff and a nice cold drink; as we arrived at 10pm we had sandwiches and fruit in our room which was greatly appreciated. Hotel is really lovely very modern and well looked after. All the staff are very friendly and approachable, made us feel very comfortable throughout our stay. The pool is lovely and there are always plenty of beds to choose from; we generally went on the grass rather than direct by the pool as there was a little more space. There was live entertainment for a couple of hours one afternoon which was nice. Not much else went on by the pool (there weren't any activities when we were there - but this suited us). Food is excellent with a wide variety; there is even a healthy option on offer (to counteract all the cake you will eat!) I would definitely recommend the Italian a la carte restaurant which was included in our all inclusive offer, food was wonderful and the service was excellent. The evening entertainment is on the balcony of the hotel which was a little awkward as often all the tables were full if you were a little later down - people ended up sharing tables which was nice for people wanted to mix. Entertainment was quite low key. There is a little beach in a private cove, which was ok but we took the bus and went to Nissi Beach which took about an hour but was well worth the trip. We also took the bus into Protaras (max 10 mins) and spent a day at the beach which was lovely (much quieter than Nissi Beach!) and also had 1 meal out at a restaurant called On the Corner for our anniversary which was absolutely super and I would highly recommend. This hotel was slightly quieter than Atlantica Golden Beach which we have stayed at, but still a wonderful hotel and I would highly recommend for any couples looking for a quiet, chilled holiday.More
Hayley W, Lichfield
2nd visit and still a Great place to stay
We couldn't fault anything from arrival till departure Second time we've stayed here, and it's just as good as last time, on arrival we were meet by jozefina, And the reception staff our bags were taken from us by Pavlos to our room while we had a drink all the staff remembered us from the previous year which I think is great especially when they must meet so many people. All the staff our very friendly and will always go out of there way to help you, food was great especially the Italian la a carte, entertainment was brilliant we especially liked the range of music the resident duo done also while we were there we had kylie, the fugitive blues brothers, and the ska man which were all excellent and the mangers champagne evening which is a nice touch as you get to meet all the mangers. In our opinion this is a lovely hotel and one of the things we especially like about it is that It's away from the busy parts but only short bus ride away or if you fancy a walk which we did several times so it's nice and relaxing and not much chance of passers by strolling in. We will definitely be returning hopefully next year. A big thank you to the manger and all the staff for making our first wedding anniversary and holiday special take all the best Steve & AnneMore
Steve G, Torpoint, United Kingdom
One of (if not ) the best holiday we've had
We were looking for a relaxing holiday and this is just what we got. Firstly the negatives and reasons for 4 stars. Location very little in the way of early evening walks, no promenade. Man made beach rocky swimming,, entertainment finished at 11 (see below) Now the positives deserving 5 stars. Modern adults only which meant not being dive bombed in the large pool that you could actually swim in. Room very clean, large comfy double bed,plenty of wardrobe space although no drawers, hair dryers not mentioned in the Tompson Web site. Meals buffet style although you can have one al la carte per week but with such variety and good (if not sometimes over eager) service we chose not to have. Food variety was good, quality good and well presented. The restaurant is not at all cramped. All areas are clean and we'll maintained and the pool and bar service exceptional. Seemed to be sufficient sun loungers athough there was still a certain amount of "reservation with towels". Staff friendly throughout more so who were intent on you having a good time. A special mention to the evening bar staff who got to know your favourite drink would keep on replenishing, they worked tirelessly. Back to the entertainment the hotel had a resident band and this would be followed by a live act but when act finishes so does the entertainment, could do with danice music then. Our comments were voiced to the manager at the farewell meeting and he said he would bring it up at the weekly meeting it will be it will interesting to see if things have changed when we revisit which we definitely will do. Regarding location unfortunately no walks but get a 10 euro bus ticket which has lasts 2 hours so you could easily visit the more commercial centres of aya napa, protaras and panera all in one day.More
Christopher S, Stevenage, United Kingdom
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