Nissi Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Ayia Napa
... in the water by myself and felt so peaceful, so alive. I have come to terms that its okay that I don't fit in. It's okay to be myself. For crying out loud back home I go to the movies by myself ALOT. Let me tell you I do so much at home by myself but here it's different. It's different when you are thousands of miles away from home, no car, super expensive, and well the people you have the closest bonds with aren't here. It's hard to travel by myself. I am blessed to ...
... out but it was still a bit windy. The girls and I danced on the beach to the tunes from our phones, a couple of other girls were looking at us weird. We didn't care. I dipped my feet into the water for a moment. The water was cool and refreshing and oh so clear. I stared out at sea into the Mediterranean ocean and again could not believe I was standing in it. A lot of ...
... since April...but guess what it's doing right now? Ha ha oh well! I can't complain since I see the pictures of what the weather is like at home on Facebook...suckers ;) Tomorrow or the next day I think we will try and rent a car and explore the island that way...they drive on the left side of the road here so that will be interesting...eep! ...
Mom and I visited one final archaeological site in Cyprus during our last day on the island before flying to Munich to begin our journey home.
Got up at 9:27 a.m. in Lemesos. Mom and I walked to the nearby Debenhams department store, which has a supermarket on the ground floor. We purchased several items for breakfast. Mom went to shop while I returned to our apartment to prepare breakfast.
We ate breakfast on our balcony at 10:58, enjoying our final ...
... into the TRNC – even though for all practical purposes, the TRNC is absolutely a sovereign nation.
From the border checkpoint, it took only 17 minutes to drive into the old city of Famagusta, a major port with 30,000 residents that is one of the north’s principal cities. We parked at 3:44 and walked around the old city for about an hour and a half, viewing the Lala Mustafa Pasa mosque and walking atop the city’s Venetian walls.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Nissi Beach Resort Ayia Napa
I booked a week through Thomsons A La Carte brochure staying in the Sea View Bungalows. On arriving at the hotel at 1.30am we were shown to our original bungalow which was like an oven as the air con didn't work and we had to move rooms the next day as it never had the terrace I had booked.
We spent the last 2 weeks in Nissi Beach Holiday Resort and thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
This is is such a nice hotel im so pleased that we picked this one over the other hotels in the area.
I went there with my girfriend, her brother and her parents and is was fantastic for everyone. The beach is amazing, long sandy and walking to it from the rooms involves a stroll through stunning tropical gardens.
They also have pelicans onsite which are great for photos. The whole resort is picturesque. We stayed there 10 days and still didn't get to use everything (spa/gym). Lots of sports available, and some great local restaurants. Staff are friendly. Its also a 20 min walk away from Ayia Napa should you want to visit it.
Fantastic place to hold a wedding with the marque overlooking the beach. Perfect for proposing too!
As "second timers" we were unsure where to pick for our honeymoon but one month after returning from the Nissi Beach Hotel we cannot stop singing its praises. We arrived at 2am but were still greeted with a smile, and a most refreshing drink. We had splashed out and booked a beach suite and when we opened the curtains the next morning were astounded by the view. The brochures cannot do it justice. The suite afforded us some privacy and the air conditioning was most welcome in the afternoons. We never saw the maids but the rooms were kept spotless. We were presented with champagne and fruit once they realised we were honeymooners, a nice touch. The food was wonderful with a large variety to choose from. Andros kept us amused throughout (Jim'll fix it, Bob the builder etc)-and he can sing too. Some evenings the entertainment left a little to be desired, but Aya Napa is just down the road if you need more excitement.The gardens were magnificent and well tended but watch out for the automatic sprinklers at night! The pool was lovely with a great snack bar, and it was a stones throw from the beautiful beach.We had to check out very reluctantly by 12 on our last day, and our pick up wasn't until 9.30pm,but we had a voucher from the first day entitling us to lunch in the Nissi Tavern at the other end of the beach, and what a superb lunch! We could then use all the facilities including the leisure suite, so could have a shower etc. Basically, we'd like to move in...Andros..got any jobs?
My girlfriend and I booked a week in one of the beach bungalows but we were dissapointed when we checked in to our room. Our 'beach bungalow' was actually overlooking other beach bungalows so that our views consisted of the roof of other bungalows and a liitle bit of the sea. It looked nothing like it did on the internet or official brochure.
After ruling out Hawaii, Caribean cruises and a home wedding, we decided Cyprus would be perfect as it was usually hot in May (date of our wedding plus we'd been there half a dozen times before) so booked into the Nissi Beach Resort and paid top whack for a beach bungalow which was split on two levels, well 1/2 a level really. The top half holding the bathroom and bedroom and the lower end having a large living space with television, kettle etc. large patio doors opening out to a small terrace cant help but raise a smile on your face when you see the view, basically tropical trees and the sea behind them.
I was in this hotel in aug 2005 with my husband and my 6 mths baby. the hotel is very nice, has a superb hall, a luxurious garden and a beautiful sandy beach with wonderful sea, two nice and clean swimming pools. the room we were given at our arrival was not so good because it faced a very crowded road and a karaoke, and moreover was never touched by the sun then it was very wet and we couldn't dry the clothes, but when we asked to change it the staff was very kind despite the hotel was almost fully booked and we were given another room in a definitely better location. the beach suites are VERY beautiful but expensive. food is average, some days good. staff really nice and professional. prefer rooms outside the central body of the hotel if you have children, you have no stairs and can get out of the room directly to the outside. it is not in the centre of Ayia Napa and this is a plus because the town is terribly crowded and noisy in summer. We recommend it!
We stayed for one week in a beach suite, which was perfectly located in the beautiful garden close to the beach. The suite included a quiet and well working air condition, minisafe, minibar, TV, coffee/tea brewing facilities and enough space to host two adults.
Totally Recommend this Hotel - Great Holiday!!
Visited last year towards the end of July. I had never been to Cyprus before so wasn't too sure about staying in Aiya Napa, but was pleasantly surprised. The Nissi beach hotel is in a prime location just out the way from the main hustle and bustle but only a short cab ride away for a good night out wining/dining in the main square. The beach was superb and the weather was scorchio! Me and my partner thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Nissi Beach and would return without hesitation. You can not go wrong when eating out in Cyprus you have to try the mezzaes, meat and fish -just one of the many tasty dishes on offer.