Hotels In Ayia Napa

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      • Androthea Hotel Apartments:These apartments are almost touching the beach and close to all the pubs and clubs. It is a self-service apartment with prices starting from $100 per night.
      • Evabelle Hotel Apartments:Close to the beach and the party district, these apartments have all the amenities that a tourist might require. Prices start from $70 onwards. Not the best option for families.

      Budget & Hostels:

      • L’eros: For a budget hotel, L’eros gives you quite a lot of value for your buck. Each room has a private balcony and you can even choose to take a dip in the swimming pool.Prices start from $60 a night.
      • Panthea Holiday Village: The Panthea Holiday Village makes for a good accommodation for families with children. Prices start from $50 a night.


      • Blue Spice Restaurant: Located right by the sea, the artsy food that represents both local and international flavors is quite popular in Ayia Napa.
      • Isaac Tavern: Serves predominantly Greek cuisine and simple food made out of local produce.
      • Sage Restaurant and Wine Bar: A famous pit stop for those who love fine international tastes.
      • The Ayia Napa square is where most of the pubs and restaurants are located. If you are visiting with family or are uncomfortable with loud noises, avoid staying around this area.
      • Be aware that most clubs hire marketing professionals that stand on the streets and persuade you to visit their clubs. Some of them can be quite determined and might not leave your back until you take notice. They won’t cause you any harm though.
      • Drinks in Ayia Napa are quite expensive. Even beer can be quite pricey in most places. A round of pre-drinking before you head to the pubs might save you a few bucks!
      • Most of the action in Ayia Napa happens only after 11pm. So don’t be shocked when you see the main square virtually deserted before 10 pm.
      • For families with children, it would make sense to stay in an apartment where you can cook and have your own privacy.