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Family of four just returned from ten days at the Anastasia.
I'll start with the good:
Hotel was clean and the staff were really friendly (particularly Slavi and Sotiris). We were upgraded from two separate rooms to a double suite, which was huge and very...More
Just got back from an 11 night stay at the hotel with my family. 9 of us: Myself and my partner had room 334, my two brothers had room 332, my parents had room 341 and my auntie, uncle and 7 year old had room...More
Arrived late sat night 9th aug, bar closed (good start), ham and cheese sandwich from behind reception (probably been there since tea time, tasted horrible) bad start, allocated SUPERIOR ROOM ! (no different to standard just on ground floor opposite waterpark) camp bed for my...More
A family of two adults and a child of eight arrived early on the 9th of August, not to impressed with night staff, we were told bar closed there were stail sandwiches and water in dinning area we would have to pay if we wanted...More
This is never a 4☆ food was very bad its all cheap crap. Had to eat out every night. By the pool all you could smell was cat poo . Entertainment was not very good same thing every day the night entertainment was bad to....More
Unfortunately so but I believe the staff have changed since 2014. Animal cruelty is pretty big in Cyprus with lots of expats moving there opening animal rescue centres. Sadly it’s a culture thing. Things have improved... More
Unfortunately so but I believe the staff have changed since 2014. Animal cruelty is pretty big in Cyprus with lots of expats moving there opening animal rescue centres. Sadly it’s a culture thing. Things have improved massively over the past couple of years so they are heading in the right direction.