Small and relaxed with a perfect resort location, this family run, friendly complex is a fantastic choice. There is a great chilled-out swimming pool, and you're also close to the golden sandy beach and Fig Tree Bay. It takes just a few minutes to reach the nearest shops, cafes and restaurants, perfect should you wish to take a wonder along the promenade, watching the sunset, while opting where to go to enjoy a tasty meal and a drink. Inside, the Maouris apartments everything has been kept simple, with the rooms featuring a kitchenette. If you're looking for a value-for-money break, that's close to the beach and resort centre, the Maouris is a great choice. Private parking is available on site at no charge for guests who are travelling by car.
How far is the nearest beach?
The apartments are located 200m from the Beach
Distance from Airport
The apartments are located 66km from Larnaca International Airport
There are 16 apartments that are tastefully decorated and include a kitchenette with all the basic facilities for a self catering holiday such as: Twin beds, sofa bed, oven, kettle, fridge, safety deposit box, balcony or terrace and maid service.
Food & Drink
Numerous café-bars, restaurants and shops are within a 3-minute walk, in the coastal town of Protaras.
Sports & Entertainment
Facilities include a swimming pool, sunbeds and parasols, lounge area and enetertainment for guests to enjoy.
The Maoris is exactly what it says a 2 star apartment hotel. Yotis the owner and Christina his mum are delightful. The apartment is well equipped and very clean then cleaned every other day. The...
I have stayed in the Alamis 2 years on the run. Ok its not your 5 star hotel and I have seen people complaining but you get what you pay for. It's clean, tidy staff can't do enough to help you and it's in a great location. We have been to Zante for 6 years on the bounce and this is the only place we have returned to twice.
we stayed here for 2 weeks in sept, had a great holiday.yiotis the owner is like family, everybody is so friendly and very helpful, the apartments are basic but clean, rooms are cleaned every other...
This hotel is not the best in the world but not the worst I've ever been in either. We were very happy in our ground floor apartment overlooking the pool. Just had to hop over the wall from our terrace to get to the pool bar! The maids were very helpful, finding coat hangers because we didn't have enough, making sure we had towels that were big enough for us too! All with a happy smile. The rooms are very basic but the maids kept them clean and changed the beds a couple of times a week. I found the bed a bit too hard for my liking but my husband had no problems with it and slept well. The kitchen is not very well equipped so don't expect to make any meals other than cereal or toast. Wasn't a problem for us because we ate out all the time, apart from making the odd sandwich in our room. Food at the pool bar was really good and no more expensive than anywhere else. The sun beds did get taken up quite early and it was a bit annoying that people would put their towels on them and then disappear for the day but we used to go to the pool at the beach, just a two minute walk away. The only problem with that was it cost 5 euros for 2 of us which is ok now and then but gets a bit expensive during the course of a couple of weeks. Had a brilliant time at the bar just down the road where 'Elvis' was alive and well and singing all his greatest hits lol. you must go - it's a good night - people were standing outside just to listen to him. There's a restaurant round the corner, Dionyssos - turn right out of the hotel entrance and it's the first turning on the right - really good food and exceptionally cheap. The waiter gives you a 'present' of a carafe of wine - it's not brilliant, I must admit, but the food makes up for everything!
This hotel is recommended by everybody with a reason. You truly feel you are in a friend's home here. It's not a fancy hotel but it's very clean, you have everything you need and Yotis, the owner, is...
We stayed here in September for 1 week, my partner, my 4 month old son and my disabled father in law. We chose this hotel as we had visited previously in 2011 and found it great. Unfortunately this time was much different. On arrival we were told that our room was on the first floor, and there was no lift access. I explained that we had a young baby with a pram and an amputee, and asked could they please move us to a more accessible room. The lady on reception was extremely unhelpful and responded quiet simply with 'no'. So for our entire stay my father in law struggled up and down the stairs and me and my partner had to carry the pram up and down numerous times a day. This wasn't the end though, when we arrived to the rooms they were very basic and dated, two single beds pushed together to make a double, no hook on the wall for the shower hose, bedding and towels changed only twice during our stay etc. nothing like the room we had previously stayed in a few years back. There wasn't so much as a bar of hand soap in the bathroom. We visit Tsilivi every year and haven't experienced a hotel like this before. Very disappointed
hotel room infested with ants gas cookers have hose pipes and jubale clips for the connector. Owner very rude wouldn't be visiting again. But the grandma is very nice.. Shower is shocking, overall i...
Having visited a number of Greek Islands over the last 15 years, always successfully, often with Olympic Holidays, we were horrified by the poor quality of this accommodation. It was described as pretty, tasteful but in fact was grubby, very poorly maintained and very badly equipped. It was noisy, our balcony was next to a supermarket and on a busy roadside, despite asking for a quiet room. The pool, which we never used, was directly on a street corner. We complained To the Olympic rep and tried to be moved but failed miserably and after wasting the first few days of our holiday had to 'grin and bear it'. We will not be visiting this accommodation again. Olympic holidays were so unhelpful, essentially leaving us to it. Our complaints have fallen on deaf ears but we will pursue it through the ombudsman.
The weather in Cyprus is brilliant throughout the year but those wanting a golden tan should come on their Protaras holidays in the summer. Do expect it to be a lot busier though, so those wanting more of a quiet and relaxing break away should take their holidays to Protaras out of season in spring or autumn.
As UK, Vaccines sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally package tourists)
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No visa required for a tourist stay of up to 90 days