The Andreotis Apartments are centrally located on a main road and within easy reach of the beach, bars and restaurants. They offer tastefully furnished accommodation divided ... Continue reading
The Andreotis Apartments are centrally located on a main road and within easy reach of the beach, bars and restaurants. They offer tastefully furnished accommodation divided between the main building and additional annexes, as well as a range of facilities. The friendly, laid-back atmosphere makes this a great hotel for families and couples alike.
- Swimming pool
- Sun terrace with sunloungers and parasols
- 24-hr reception
- Open-air restaurant and bar
- Pool bar
- Pool table
- Video games
- Occasional evening entertainment
- For children: own pool, highchairs, cots
Studios (2-3 people) have double or twin bed plus camp bed, individually controlled air conditioning (payable locally), satellite TV, kitchenette with a microwave, kettle, toaster, iron and ironing board, shower room and balcony or terrace.
1-bedroom apartments (2-4 people) have 4 beds, individually controlled air conditioning (payable locally), satellite TV, lounge, kitchenette with the same facilities as above, shower room and balcony or terrace.
2 bedroom apartments (2-6 people) are also available.
The prices shown below show the cheapest holiday offers for the Andreotis Apartments in Protaras. Please use the price links to see all holiday deals available for that month.
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The holiday resort of Protaras on the south east coast of Cyprus has all the trappings of the larger, more frenetic Ayia Napa that is a few minutes drive away, but it is far more family friendly and boasts the best beach on the island, fabulous Fig Tree Bay.
Protaras is actually a town built on a piece of flat, scrubby land expressly for the purpose of catering for British holidaymakers. Just adjacent to the village of Paralimni, Protaras consists mainly of a grid of restaurants, nightclubs and shops surrounded by numerous hotels and holiday apartment blocks. Landscaping is rather lacking and the buildings do not follow any theme: it is a hodge-podge of architecture and concrete that can get blistering hot in the summer sun.
No-one seems to mind the lack of genuine Cypriot atmosphere, however, because Protaras does what it was intended to do, and that is give everyone a great holiday. Then, too, it has the magnificent golden Blue Flag beach, which stretches for 10 miles (16km) or so shelving gently into the crystal clear Mediterranean, and further up and down the coast a choice of secluded coves and inlets for those wanting more privacy.
The main beach at Protaras offers a vast range of water sports opportunities and equipment hire, from paddle boats to jet skis. The resort caters particularly well for children, most of the hotels and apartment complexes offering excellent Kid's Clubs. There are two exciting water parks nearby at Ayia Napa, which provide thrills and spills for all ages. Most visitors enjoy a stroll along the clifftops of the coastline, particularly in spring when the landscape is covered in wild flowers. The more energetic can hike up the steep crag on the outskirts of the resort to the Ayios Ilias Church from where there is a spectacular view. Local operators offer several day trips, sea cruises and excursions to places of interest, like into the Troodos Mountains or to explore the city of Nicosia.
Holidaymakers will find that Protaras has dozens of restaurants and fast food outlets, mainly catering for the usual tourist fare of pizza, curry, burgers and the like. Many local establishments are run by British ex-pats. Visitors who enjoy making the most of the local produce should opt for one of the many open-air seafood restaurants. For Cypriot specialities try Bambos, which serves a mix of local and international fare, or the Nicolas Taverna renowned for delectable kleftico.
At night Protaras main street erupts into a noisy sound and light show as the many disco/bars, pubs and clubs turn up the volume to draw in the crowds and holidaymakers up for a party. Many establishments offer live entertainment or karaoke and the discos feature English deejays and laser lights. There are only a few nightclubs, and serious all-night clubbers prefer to travel to Ayia Napa for the evening. Recommended for an entertaining evening of dancing is Sfinx, the bar at the Paralimni end of the main road.
The shops in Protaras centre may look a little tacky, but they provide everything required by holidaymakers, from beach paraphernalia to souvenirs. There are several hundred retail establishments in the resort including supermarkets, clothing stores and jewellers. Serious bargain hunters are advised to take a bus or taxi to nearby Agia Napa where there is an abundance of stores selling tax free designer goods. Local jewellery and leather goods are also good souvenirs from Protaras.
Protaras resort is not aesthetically pleasing or scenic, and the nearby village of Paralimni is also far from a quaint, authentic Greek Cypriot town. Young clubbers may be disappointed in the nightlife, which is more family-oriented, but there is the option of travelling to nearby Ayia Napa.
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Good afternoon we are staying at these apartments end of July can you please answer. The following how much is the air conditioning charge per week and do we have towels in the rooms many thanks Slater family 2 Answers
Air conditioning is payable locally at a cost of approximately £3.50 per day prices are subject to change
The apartments do not state that towels are included so please assume they are not
Added 2 months, 1 week ago.
By Zara.Drant, loveholidays.com team member
Air conditioning is payable locally and is approximately £3.50 per day give or take the currency rate
Added 2 months, 1 week ago.
By Zara.Drant, loveholidays.com team member
is there a safe in the apartments 1 Answer
Hi! Thanks for your question. The hotel does provide safety deposit boxes which are available for hire at reception for a local charge of approx. 20 euros per week. Hope this helps! Regards.
Added 3 months, 1 week ago.
By Emily, loveholidays.com team member
How long does it take to walk to Fig Tree Beach? 2 Answers
It’s a 5 min stroll to the beach, thanks Esther
Added 10 months, 1 week ago.
By Esther, loveholidays.com team member
It’s a short walk to Fig Tree Bay around 5-6 minutes
Added 10 months ago.
By Marion, loveholidays.com team member