My wife and I arrived on June 10th for a ten day stay, half board.
We booked a room on the top floor with a sea view and when we got there we opened the balcony door to see the last part of a local wedding. It was 10:30 pm and noisy, but in a good way. Greek music and dancing, which I found a treat after the long days travel. Very soon afterwards they'd finished and we both went to bed with a smile.
We chose to go outwith the school holidays, so there were very few kids there, which suits us, not that I have anything against children...I used to be one myself, but we webt there to relax, and relax we did.
Our room was basic and clean.
The shower worked perfectly.
The air con was brilliant.
The bed was comfy.
The TV was a portable tele but the aerial cable that plugged into the wall was goosed.
Euro 2012 had just started and it took a bit of jiggling to get a picture that was watchable...Now, in the literature that they leave, it does say to report these things and an engineer will come, but it was OK and I didn't want to cause a fuss, so I never reported it; as the last people in our room hadn't bothered either (duh!). Saying that, we jiggled it enough to watch what we wanted.(Room 506 if you're reading this)
The other guests were mostly Russian and Greek with a fair smattering of British, none of whom were offensive in the least.
The pool was fantastic! 1m - 3m deep and clean and warm.
The food.... I'm easily pleased and there was always something the that was very tasty. Only on one night was there something that was just tasty.
My wife isn't easily pleased, yet she managed to clear her plate (sometimes two plates) at every meal.
Very handy for the beach and the bus service is something that us Brits could learn from. 3 Euros gives you an all day ticket into Limassol town and beyond.
The entertainment at the hotel was a lovely girl singing from a Kareoke machine twice a week. She was great, but if you're looking to be entertained then you'll have to go outside. Pubs and Clubs aplenty and a reasonably priced 'Supermarket' 50 yards from the pool area.
There is a huge lounge area next to reception which we didn't use but lots of people did.
Also, I watched a kestral take a cicada from a tree not ten feet in front of me.
I'd go again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you'd like your visit to Limassol to include an outdoor swimming pool, a modern health club , a massage service and a sauna, then welcome to the Navarria Hotel. A three-star luxury accommodation, the Navarria is also a family-friendly hotel, offering a swimming pool just for the kids and a babysitting service. It's also an excellent business hotel, offering conference and meeting rooms. The banqueting facilities are perfect for business and social events, and there's also high-speed internet access, a restaurant and a poolside bar, as well as room service. And then there's the location. ... more less
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