This charming hotel is set in Ayia Napa. This hotel offers a total of 136 bedrooms. All kinds of guests will keep updated thanks to the Internet connection available on-site. Tsokkos Paradise Village provides 24-hour reception. Furthermore, this kid-friendly establishment offers cots on request for little children. Pets are not allowed at Tsokkos Paradise Village. There is a car park at Tsokkos Paradise Village. Some services may be payable.
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Where to begin..travelling with my 2 daughters for a girly holiday. Read recent reviews and viewed pictures. All looked great! We are here and on day 2...
We paid all inclusive.
Greeting at hotel was efficient and we got to our room within minutes but info received was very basic, when I say basic we got no info. Just handed over passports, we were given a key, and a Jet2 envelope. Then shown to our room. We are in the pomegranate block. So really good location for the pool, reception, dining, bar and exit to the beach which is literally across the road so that’s a plus.
Very dated, the rooms look old. We are in a studio so double bed and a pull out sofa bed which was made up on arrival. Fridge, 2 hob cooker, pots, pans, cutlery, kettle etc. The room is equipped to cater for any board basis.
Shower was reasonable, at least clean. There is one double wardrobe with one top shelf, not many hangars. There are 3 bedside cupboards, only one has a drawer. There are two other drawers on the dressing table. Other than that..no drawers or shelves. Nowhere to store your suitcases either. Tv is mounted on the wall next to the balcony doors and opposite the double bed. Simply can’t watch the tv if you’re in the pull out bed. So everyone needs to sit on the main bed to watch tv (if that’s what you want to do of an evening because the entertainment……)
Entertainment is well, doesn’t exist. It. Is. Awful. Listened to a lady singing for 3 hours! Now she wasn’t bad at all but 3 hours of cover songs that she was reading the words from an iPad. Sadly she had an audience of about 8 guests. 3 hours ☹️ I did ask at the bar about daytime entertainment and was told they don’t do it. What? No entertainer around the pool AT ALL. Not even to Chuck a ball. The only staff you see is the pool bar staff and that’s just one person all day. I wouldn’t bother coming here with children, the only ‘at hotel’ fun they’ll have is swimming. There is nothing for them to do other than whack-a-mole and air hockey.
Pool area…now the pool is lovely and clean. From what I can see they clean it in the morning because when we arrived (around midnight) there was still loads of plastic cups knocking around and guests flip-flops etc. Be aware there are a lot of rules regarding using the pool. Expected things like, no diving, no spitting or swimming if you have an infectious disease naturally. Also advised not to use the facilities if you have a blister. Biggest issue is no lifeguard to enforce adherence or any of those safety requests. Did I say no staff anywhere except the pool bar guy? Rinse and repeat..
The food… do not bother with all-inclusive. It’s simply not worth it, the menu is poor. Very poor. Breakfast is your basic cereal, toast, fried eggs, scrambled eggs (looked like blocks of cheese to be fair), mini sausages, bacon and…potatoes. Lunch was I really have no idea. Just not good really. There was a tray of chips but once it was empty they didn’t refill so didn’t get any of those. Evening meal was better but still very limited with choice. All-inclusive are meant to have access to a cold sandwich between 10pm-midnight. We were hungry after not eating much through the day so requested one each. The bar guy (while lovely and smiley) appeared put out or flustered at our request as if it doesn’t usually get asked. We got one each anyway, no selection just a ham and cheese on dry bread. Not great.
Anyway, we plan to head out into ayia napa through the daytime now and will spend the day at the beach. The beach is lovely and the sea is clear and warm.
I can safely say we won’t be returning to this hotel. The staff aren’t anywhere near as attentive as some of the reviews I read on here. Maybe we’re doing something wrong. The pool alone gives this hotel the 3-stars. The rest should be nothing more than a 2-star.
Had a brilliant 11 night stay at this resort. Plenty of choices of food, as my scales have confirmed. Staff all lovely and friendly, although there is not much in the way of entertainment this was not a problem for us but may be for others not able to occupy themselves...
Pool and garden area very well kept and plenty of sun loungers available, rooms although a little dated were spacious and beds were comfortable. Also wheelchair accessible for anyone wondering. Would definitely recommend and visit again.
Hotel staff very friendly and spoke perfect English which was better than my Turkish or Cypriot.very nice apartment all you need to cook but we went all inclusive.Food was fantastic and a very good buffet selection.Bar staff friendly and very accommodating.would well recomend for anyone with partner or kids.nighttime events good too.
Just arrived back from a weeks stay here at Paradise Village. The complex is small however a very lovely setting and a warm feeling to it. We had a studio room which was a lot bigger than we expected...
It was very clean and the beds were also very comfy. The maid cleaned our room and made the beds daily, she did a wonderful job to which we really appreciated. As said, the complex is small so the restaurant is too with a small choice of food, but the food was very good and very tasty, each day there was always something really good to eat. The pool is lovely and clean and there are plenty of sun loungers available. The staff were all very lovely and friendly and always happy to help. The complex is only a two minute walk to Landa beach and only a five to ten minute walk to the beautiful Nissi Beach. If you want to go to Ayia Napa, it is probably about a 30 minute walk or 10 euros for a taxi. We would definitely go back again as our experience was excellent. I honestly cannot find anything bad to say about it.
Arrived very late, check in very quick. Just given a key and directions to our room. no food offered except pre made ham and cheese sandwich which was inedible...
Asked for bottle of water and was told its not free - first all inclusive that we've ever been asked to pay for water. It gave us quite a bad first impression of the place.
Next morning in daylight was quite impressed, gardens and pool area spotlessly clean. Breakfast had good variety from cerals to cooked and usual cold meats/cheeses etc. There isn't a large variety of dishes to choose at meal times, but what is offered is cooked very well and was always tasty. There is definately something even for the pickles of eaters.
The bar staff were friendly - Ilias was the pool bar guy, he was lovely and treated everyone equally with respect and a smile. The main bar was run by a Tomas, whose only aim was to increase his bedpost notches - we were sat in a group of 5 around the bar and he would bring shots over - but only for 2 single ladies, completely missed the other 3 out. Told him eventually how rude it was and that behaviour like that will make the difference between receiving tips or not from us ( sadly he missed out on €20 tip. I hope he learned). The rest of the staff were great.
All staff were required to wear face masks around the restaurant and seating area. Guests only needed to inside. Hand sanitiser station in restaurant.
We had a 1 bed apartment. It has 2 ring hob, fridge and a kettle, so you can cook basic food if were self catering. The apartment was looking dated but was kept very clean.
Entertainment is very basic in the evenings and none at all during the day.
The "hotel" is in a pleasant spot away from the main bustle of Ayia Napa. There are. Some lovely restaurants within a short walk and a 5 minute bus journey to main area.
The lovely beach is just across the road with plenty of sunbeds at €2.50 each and a beach bar that serves lovely food and drink.
The hotel will arrange someone to come in and do the lateral flow tests you need before returning to UK for €15 each and provide the proof required. Or any pharmacy will do it for €10. No need to buy the ones they sell for silly money in UK