We stayed here for 2 weeks at the end of September/beginning of October 2012. As it was my wife's birthday, we upgraded to the adult-only Fisherman's Village. From the time we arrived it was luxury all the way. We were driven from reception to our room by buggy and escorted inside. The room was beyond our expectations - very modern and spacious with a 4 poster bed and real wooden furniture, flat screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The bathroom had a jacuzzi bath and you could open a dividing screen so that you could watch TV in the bath! The French doors opened out onto a private patio area with really comfortable sun beds, table and chairs. From the patio there were a few steps down to a wonderful swimming pool for exclusive use for Fisherman's Village residents (ie about 25 rooms). The pool had a jacuzzi section and was illuminated at night. Waiters came around the pool every hour to take drinks orders and mid morning and afternoon they brought round cold towels, fresh fruit and cakes. There was a turn-down service every evening when towels and beach towels were changed and chocolates left on our pillows. We had wine, fruit and Cyprus delight on arrival, and again on my wife's birthday. We had beautiful fluffy bath robes and slippers. The cleaner was excellent - always friendly and smiling and she kept our room sparkling and smelling really fresh. You get 1 visit per week to the Japanese restaurant and 2 visits per week to the Cypriot restaurant where the only option is a Greek meze but what a meal!!! This surpassed any meze I've had in any restaurant.The American diner serving hot dogs, burgers, desserts (and great milk shakes) was good if you didn't want a full meal in the evenings, Almost all drinks were included in the all-inclusive package - even most cocktails - the frozen strawberry daiquiri was to die for! There is an adult only bar in the evenings which had really good entertainment which was additonal to the family entertainment in the pool bar. There were good singing acts, a drag show and even Chris Andre (Peter's brother) - probably the best entertainment I've had at a hotel. Food in the main restaurant was mainly good, especially breakfast which included a good selection of cereals including Weetabix! The staff couldn't do enough for you and the manager was always on hand checking that everything was OK. The hotel is quite a way outside Ayia Napa but for us this was part of its appeal. The local bus stops just outside the rear entrance to the hotel and you can go anywhere eg to Protaras or Paralimni on the bus for 2 euros or a day ticket for 3 euros. A taxi into Ayia Napa was 9 euros if you booked at reception. All in all the best holiday we've ever had and we'd love to go back when we can afford it (we notice that the price has increased significantly for next year).
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- Olympic Lagoon Hotel Ayia Napa
- Olympic Lagoon Hotel
- Olympic Lagoon
- Olympic Lagoon Ayia Napa
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