The Marlita Beach Hotel Apartments are situated in the quiet Pernera resort, on a superb beachfront overlooking the beautiful Marlita Bay. The surrounding area is abundant in sandy coves and pristine beaches: ideal for soaking up the year-round Cypriot sunshine or swimming in the Mediterranean Sea.
The exterior of each apartment reflects a typical Cypriot style, centred in beautifully luscious gardens interspersed with exotic palm trees and vivid flora. Each studio and apartment has a daily replacement of tea & coffee making facilities, a mini bar, bathrobes, air-conditioning for your comfort, a safety deposit box for your peace of mind and free Wi-Fi.
As the Anastasia Hotel's sister property, you have a plentiful list of facilities from which to choose. With a gym, swimming pool, water park, entertainment, spa, table tennis, tennis court and yoga, you will always find something to keep you occupied.
The on-site and nearby restaurants provide a range of cuisines spanning from Italian to Greek, Mexican to Chinese. For those wanting to relax and enjoy an ice cold cocktail, the hotel's two bars provide splendid sea views and a tempting range of drinks to sample.
The apartments are situated in the quaint Pernera area, on a superb beach front overlooking the beautiful Marlita Bay. The apartments are a 10-minute walk from the centre of Protaras and offer a host of guest facilities.
Our stay lasted from 17/8 to 22/8/2019. We had booked a stay at Marlita Hotel but upon our arrival we were given a room at Meandros apartments which is behind Marlita in a separate block without any prior notice and trying to convince us that it is better at Meandros. In the room the air condition from the moment of our arrival smelled of strong mold and when we actually approached the mold was obvious...
We immediately asked for a technician but the technician came on 19/8 to simply sprey the a/c. There were no pillow covers and we had to call reseption to bring us. The toilet basket was broken and we asked repeatedly from the first day to be replaced and by the 22/8 that we checked out the basket was still in the room broken. The solution was to cut a bag and tie the broken lid .The towel hunger in the bathroom was broken, the bathroom curtain supposed to be white but was yellow from the dirt. The room door didn't open at first,you had to put and remove the card several times until it was accepted. The baby cot they had put in the room was too dirty as it had never been cleaned. Luckily we had planned and got ours. The room was never clean after cleaning. On 20/8 after cleaning we entered the room and found the basket full of rubbish. The housekeeper knocked on the door at 14:30 to clean up at the time we were lying down and the baby was sleeping and we had to leave the room. The waiters at the restaurant were totally amateur. They cleaned the tables and as they held the dirty dishes they came and touch our baby's face . At breakfast there were never enough cups for juice and the waiters put plastic cups that peeled off each other by putting their fingers in the cups. There were 2 floors in the restaurant. One day I went upstairs to get coffee and the jug was empty. When I said it to the waiter he said "go downstairs to get there". He wasn't even offered to serve or refill the coffee. The buffet meals were very modest and there were always flies on the dishes. When ordering drinks at the restaurant they brought the receipt and every 5 minutes another waiter was checking over the table and asked if we had put the money in the glass to get it. For a/c and tv there were no remote controls and to get them you have to pay 5 euros each to get a refund upon leaving the hotel. There was no internet anywhere and you had to pay for it. You also have to pay to use the safe. It was the first time in our lives we visited a hotel and we were not happy at all. Worst "hotel" ever!!!
We have stayed at this hotel numerous times over the last few years. It is in a great location on the coast and a 15 minute walk to the main resort in Protaras. Whilst it is probably not a 4 star by UK standards and could be improved, it is still a good all-round hotel. We wouldn't keep returning if it was awful. We were given a room on the third floor of A block which was clean and looked like it had been recently refurbished...
The beds weren't the most comfortable but not the worst. We were all-inclusive and they had a large selection of drinks available, including adult and childrens cocktails. The food was very good in the main restaurant, it's not the biggest selection compared to what you will see at some hotels but there was always something to our taste. Think there is a new head chef since our last visit so a definate improvement. We also visited the on-site restaurants Seaglass (Italian) and Thalassa (Greek mezi) and both were good, with more than enough food. Staff in the restaurants were generally very good and hard working, with special mention to Valent and Laura who made sure your glass was never empty, and also the restaurant manager who was friendly and chatty. The pool area was always clean and well kept and there was an entertainment team who organised water polo and other activities. At the end of the main pool is the pool bar, well run by Pambos who is a bit of a Marlita legend! As for the evening entertainment, it is in the area at the back of the hotel and it lacks a bit of atmosphere (was better when it was at the front bar area), however some of the acts were actually not bad. It can't be easy trying to cater for the entertainment tastes of both the mainly Russian and UK guests. On a slight negative, Mike the barman could do with cheering up. Used the water park a couple of times which is located in the next door Anastasia Hotel and is free if you stay at the Marlita. It is quite small but enough to keep you entertained for a couple of hours. They could do with refurbishing it though, with tiles falling off, the green safety matting not properly secured and general wear and tear. Hopefully this can be addressed during the off season. Whilst there is a beach directly outside the hotel it is a bit rocky so a better option is the next one up (left out of the hotel) or the larger one beyond that, behind The Glass Restaurant. Worthwhile places to visit for eats are Zafiros which is on the coastal path to Protaras or Pinia, a bit of a trek in the other direction and up the road from the Golden Coast Hotel. They are one of the few restaurants in the area that still do genuine Cypriot cuisine. Looking forward to next October.
arrived early hours of the morning,booked in very quick told where rooms were shown to our apartments which were located in a far off complex we had advised tui that or party had a wheelchair user and vision impared elderly parents with our party of 4 we found that we had been given top floor rooms the lift only fitted the wheelchair in wehad to press button and run up stairs to remove my dad and his chair thought what have we booked ourselves into ????? next morning we adsvised reception of our problems was told how sorry they where and they had not been informed we were quickly offered a ground floor appartment in A block we accepted from there on we found every where was wheelchair friendly albeit some slopes were quite steep the staff in the restraunt were very helpfull ensuring we were able to get my mum and dad to a table with plenty of room for the wheelchair and always offered assitance if needed the food was a good choice always hot and very tasty lots of slow cooked meat and fish a good range of salads yes we had some problems to start with but the rest of the holiday was gooda special thanks to the assitant manger who ensured everything was ok and taking the time to talk to our party everyday thank you to all restraunt staff with their helpwe were a bit worried about so many polar opposite reviews but very glad we tried this hotel
Located in A42 to find that ceiling in corridor had collapsed in two places,further fall next day.Awash with water outside apt,bucket emptied but towels not removed.Apptitself was spacious and clean with fresh towels daily.Staff were good with the boys.Only entertainment was painting and half hour mini disco in evening.Other acts mediocre.lSpoke to Andy Jet 2 rep re flooding-told us it was roof fault and managed to get us a room change to A04-much better.Not 4 star by any means,badly in need of refurb .Well positioned for Protaras.20min along walkway.
Arrived late Wednesday night October 2018, family of 8, greeted by friendly staff. Hotel basic but clean, food not so good, seemed to be very repetitive, not very warm either, maybe because its the end of the season but should still cater up to standards.