The Louis Infinity Blu, which is new for April 2017, puts you right on the cusp of a Blue Flag beach, and just a short walk from the centre of Pernera.
At The Louis Infinity Blu more than half of the rooms have front-row views of the Mediterranean Sea, and Blue Flag-ticked Pernera Bay is right on your doorstep.
This place takes its adults-only tag seriously, with a couple of bars dotted around. There's an open-air number down by the beach, plus a lounge bar and lobby-style set-up inside.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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Serving up a variety of dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Just so you know, there is a smart casual dress code here, gentlemen are asked to wear tailored shorts or full-length trousers for evening meals.
Serving a selection of refreshing drinks for you to enjoy in the sun.
Surrounded by a sun terrace, dotted with sunloungers and parasols.
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Superior Studio with Balcony
These Studios are on the ground floor.
Suite with Sea View and Balcony
Please note this room comes with a sofa bed in the lounge.
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Excellent relaxing holiday hotel
Impressed from the minute we arrived late at night. Hubby and I had a welcome drink in our hand as soon as we had checked in, and there was food in our room fridge incase we were hungry. These little touches make all the difference. The room we had was clean, spacious, and had everything we needed. The balcony view was great - lovely to wake up and see the sea. Maid service was excellent..as was the service throughout the hotel. As others have stated here, there were always plenty of sunbeds, either by the pool or on the grassy area by the beach. No sunbed wars here!! It was great just to get up, amble over to the pool, no hassle. The pool itself isn't overly huge, but that is no problem as the beach is so close. There were just 6 people in the pool at the busiest time throughout our week! 6! The food is great - very varied, and plenty of it - we ate extremely well! The restaurant itself is lovely, very bright and sunny as it is surrounded by huge glass windows. Miss it now we are home! All the bar and restaurant staff work very hard to ensure you are happy and have everything you need. The 4 o'clock cocktail brought to the sun loungers went down very well!! The area itself is okay. If you fancy venturing out, the strip is pretty much as you would find in any hot destination, lots of touristy shops and bars. We went on 2 trips - booked the 3 hour boat trip with Aphrodite tours from the Golden Coast harbour ourselves. Was great - just long enough - saw Famagousta, weird place, and then had a swimming spot further down the coast past Cape Grecko. We also booked the Safari Jeep tour day with our Thomson Rep, Imani. Undecided at first whether to do this as it was 70 euro each, but so glad we did. The day was brilliant. It was so interesting seeing the inner part of the island - and the drivers were all great, mad as a box of frogs all of them , so they made it fun. Yes, it was a long day, we were picked up from the hotel at 7.30am, along with 6 other holiday makers booked on the tour, and we didn't get back until 5pm, but we made several stops, and had a great lunch included. Tour is highly recommended. Generally, have no complaints. Was all great! Maybe a clothes airer for the balcony would be good addition to each room. Other reviews have highlighted the lack of entertainment at Infinity Blu. We did not feel it was lacking at all...didn't miss it. The music played when by the pool didn't bother us either - maybe choosing music more suited to the age of guests though may be appropriate? All in all, a great holiday. Infinity blue is all you will need for a totally relaxing chilled out holiday. Nothing is too much trouble.More
The major issue with this hotel is a total lack of guest security. In the current climate this is simply not acceptable. The fact that the general public, some with totally disgusting behaviour, walk up from the beach, use the hotel facilities pool, toilets, sunbeds and reech then spit in the pool shower and blag free drinks at the bar as other reviews have mentioned misses the fundemetal key issue. The safety and security of hotel guests. Its simply not acceptable to expext young staff to challenge intruders and ask them to leave. There needs to be properly trained and equipped security profesionals on site 24/7 in order to ensure guests safety and security, plus the installion of suitable and sufficient fencing and notices. I really wonder what market this hotel is aiming at. Most guests seemed interested to in eating and drinking as much as possible during their stay. The hotel has been refurbished, the room 111 was large and modern, with a huge balcony, the food was generally good and the staff friendly and helpful. However as others reviewers have mentioned, untrained. If you want to be greated with " do you want another pint luv" have your half eaten meal whipped away from under your nose then this is the place for you. We did venture to the beach which was jam packed with locals and screaming kids, I was about to venture into the water when my wife noted a mass of raw untreated sewage floating on the sea surface - lovely. The other really annoying factor the was the loud and incessent horrendous music belting out at full volume around the pool. So much for a haven of peace and tranquility. The hotel could be made into a decent place to stay, however it needs the input of some serious professional management. Staff need to be properly trained and the very serious security issues urgently require sorting out. Larnaca airport has undergone serious investment and the building and infrastructure are good. However the management and organisation are horrendous. The queues to check in stretched right around the building. Why oh why put millions into the infrastructure and have the check in desks understaffed to deal with the number of passengers. Total lack of any forward planning causing totally unnecessary frustration for passengers. Absolutey ridiculous. At least the weather was good, but I won't be returning any time soon. More
Glenn K, 186299
Wonderful stay with high standards of service - and delicious food!
Returned from 7 nights stay at the newly refurbished Louis Infinity Blu in Protaras. Stayed in a Deluxe Suite for 3 adults which was roomy and no problems encountered with facilities. Requested a dividing door and this was honoured. Welcome drink on arrival and swift check in, first impressions were excellent and happy to say it continued throughout. One of THE best things about this hotel is the food. There is variety and for an AI this is the best I have ever encountered. Compliments to the Chef! Always plentiful, fresh and a different menu every 7 days from what I believe from Far East, Italian and Cypriot! Breakfast, Lunch, Afternoon Tea and Dinner. As already mentioned, comfortable sunbeds and yes there are plenty to round BUT people do break the rules and stick their towels to reserve every morning (around 830am) so the beds are limited around the pool area if you are a late riser. No issues with non-residents using the facilities, there is ample signage and well managed. The pool was smaller than expected but with the beach only a few steps away this isn't an issue at all. The hotel only has 50 or so rooms so it is never overcrowded anywhere particular and this is just adds to the relaxation of things. We did a few excursions through Thomson - wonderful rep Imani was knowledgeable and approachable. The VIP Catamaran was $79 each but does include lunch and an open bar! 3 swimming stops and adults only, we enjoyed it thoroughly. The staff MUST get a mention, they make the hotel. The standards are so high and every member of staff is friendly and efficient. Special mention to Michael at the bar who is an absolute asset to the hotel. They all are so committed to their jobs and make the stay that little bit more personable. The AI drinks are not branded but still a large selection so you'll find your tipple sooner or later with Michael on hand! To summarise, perfectly located hotel to unwind and relax with the beach on your doorstep. Ideal for all age ranges if you aren't bothered about partying all hours. The town is a 20 odd minute walk and Napa just a 15euro cab fair if you do need something a bit more lively. Plenty within walking distance including pubs and restaurants- however we didn't dine out as we have anticipated due to the deliciousness of the hotel food. Only suggestion is that some entertainment could be introduced, even if it isn't daily. Perhaps a live band or something would create a evening buzz. The music played is chilled and chart music - modern and easy going and I personally didn't notice much repetition. No gripes - all wonderful and had a fantastic stay at this hotel. Would stay here again without hesitation. The temperature reached highs of mid 30s during first week of September.More
Very late review! We visited Louis infinity blu at the beginning of July for 11 nights. What a beautiful, perfect place this hotel is. The staff were beyond helpful. And i was lucky enough to be the first proposal at the new hotel, with the managers being in on it for months. We stayed in a deluxe suite, which we didn't originally book but were lucky enough to get when Thompson had overbooked, and wow what a treat. The view was amazing! We arrived late, but we were greeted with a drink. A lovely warm welcome even in the early hours. No sunbed fights which is great. We chose to spend the majority on the grassed area. Which was much more relaxing for us and we prefer the sea. Food was amazing!!! When I came home I didn't feel the usual holiday bloat as it was all fresh with healthy options. The drinks were also lovely. And staff on all bars would cater for what you wanted. All Staff were friendly, smiley and helpful. The construction work was no issue, didn't even realise it was there. Plus it wasn't far off done when we were there, the majority of the building was done. Kids and public using the area, yes a slight issue but bar staff were quick on it if they could during the day, at night not so much. It was mainly people cutting through and jumping over the wall. But we just found it funny when they realised the gates didn't work to be honest! The beach was very busy up until about 12, and then again after 3. So we tried to go down in between these times. Lovely beach. Lovely clear sea and a stones throw away. We were hoping to return next month in October but unfortunately it was fully booked before we got the chance! Will forever be our special place. Thanks Infinity Blu for a holiday we will struggle to beat and never forget. More
If you want to chill out
Got there at midnight and found that there was no food or bar and hadn't eaten since 10am as no meals on flight. Was told by reception there were sandwiches in fridge and handed a cocktail drink so went to room and got head down. In the morning was a bit apprehensive when I saw the size of the food area but then was told only 50 rooms meaning at most 100 people. So breakfast came and was ok dinner was better with wide range and beautiful salads. Now the service is brilliant, the staff can't help enough first class in the day and at night. Michael the barman is bang on if you ask for a drink he will make whatever you ask for. The hotel is clean and the pool area is ample. Also there is a lower area from the pool nearer the beach which has a bar. This hotel is for people to just chill out apart from some people moaning about the music by the pool. Now for very important bit. The security needs sorting people come off the beach swanning around the pool using the shower. I would suggest at least a fence and wristbands to tell from outsiders having a snoop. Also at the side of the hotel there is a walkway for the public to the beach adjacent to this is the access to the kitchens this needs a sign in several languages saying private no access. I say this as we had our balcony on the ground floor and numerous people came walking through. There is no entertainment in the hotel at night so if you want some go out at night which is a shame as all inc and go out buying drinks. But as I say this is a hotel to chill out . Overall good hotel, good food, great service and great beach altogether brilliant holiday.More
Jason S, 504022
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