15 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
Holidays like home
"Me and my husband stayed in Pierre Anne hotel for two weeks in June 2016 and we booked the room with breakfast and dinner included. Firstly, This hotel has a great sea view. Me and my husband loved to sit in balcony with glass of wine (that the hotel had a bottle of wine as a welcome gift in the room) and enjoyed the view. There is a small quiet beach in front of the hotel with few rocks but that was not a problem. the room was simple, comfortable, nice and most important clean. We had many choices of food in 5 breakfast and dinner buffet bars. All staff was polite and some others were very friendly. There is a bus stop right outside but if you want to walk the city center is about 5-10 minutes. I suggest to select sea view room.. its fantastic !!! We will be there next summer for sure !!! "
- Travel date: 25th July 2016
"NOT clean ,if you want to sleep with insects on the pillow maybe in your mouth ..you go to Pierre Anne lol the gym does not exist, and the owner is not ashamed to put the girls that works there for him to tell you loud that are you eating too much ! bad experience ,only the view is nice , i will never comeback for sure.."
- Travel date: 10th October 2014
the worst hotel ever dont go there
"dong go to this hotellll the rooms are old the doors are broken the serves is bad we didnt have toilet paper and bath tubs for 2 days the gym is broken no use the workers there are rouddd "
- Travel date: 23rd September 2012
I thought the hotel was very nice, was c...
"I thought the hotel was very nice, was clean and friendly staff, especially the lady behind the bar. There was a different menu everyday at dinner times. The rooms are cleaned on a daily basis and have three beds and spacious wardrobes. The pool was very nice just a little cold. The hotel is very close to the local night life and right on the beach. The beach is not very exciting but a nicer beach and harbour is a 10minute walk and Nissi Beach is a 5 minute taxi away. I definitely recommend this hotel and will be staying in it again next year."
- Travel date: 6th November 2007
This hotel is ideally situated, close to...
"This hotel is ideally situated, close to the nightlife, restaurants and shops and on the doorstep to a fun fair if thatâs what you like. Itâs also next to a small beach thatâs quiet, yet a bit rocky. Walking further along another ten minutes or so, there is the harbour and a large sandy beach for everyone to enjoy. The hotel staff were pleasant and spoke enough English to have a chat with. The food was of basic standard with enough variety for everyone. You could have sausage, bacon, eggs, toast and cereal. The evening meal was different every day however if nothing took your fancy, you could always eat out at the local restaurants. The room was situated in one of the annexes facing the sea, beautiful to look out on the balcony; sometimes the neighbours could be heard but thatâs not the fault of the hotel. It was big enough for a double bed, two bedside cabinets and wardrobes, a separate bathroom which was clean. It was cleaned daily with fresh towels laid on the beds and bins emptied. There were a few ants in the room but they weren't out of control and could be kept away with a mosquito plug. "
- Travel date: 14th September 2007
My boyfriend and I booked this hotel bef...
"My boyfriend and I booked this hotel before reading any reviews. After reading the reviews on this website I was very apprehensive about going and even considered cancelling. Luckily my boyfriend convinced me to give it a chance and not listen to any reviews, and I am really glad I listened to him because the Pierre Anne turned out to be perfect! The hotel was perfectly situated. It was a stones-throw from a small beach, near the sea the beach got a bit rocky but on the whole the sand was white and clean and although it wasn't a private beach just for the hotel, it was practically deserted and easily accessed down a small path from the hotel. During our stay, their was a small fun fair situated a few metres from the front of the hotel, although we weren't interested in going on any rides it was a nice little feature to walk through and even though it was only a short distance away, you couldn't hear any noise from the hotel. The fun fair closed around midnight which further minimised any possible noise pollution. The hotel was set-back down a long driveway from the centre of the town, which meant it was nice and quiet, yet only a 5 minute (if that) walk from the town. We stayed for a week on a half-board basis which meant we had breakfast and dinner included. Breakfast was basic, sausage, beans, egg etc. and also a variety of meats. It wasn't piping-hot, but defiantly not cold, and served buffet style. Lunch was available through bar meals but we never actually ate lunch at the hotel as with lots of bars and restaurants around we explored instead. Dinner was rotated every night, with main meals such as carbonara, lasagne, chicken and BBQ and dessert was always ice-cream, jelly or cakes. The pool was huge and shallow enough for children; we also saw it getting cleaned every morning we were there. When lying in the pool you have a beautiful view of the sea and it was never over-crowded. The hotel also had an indoor pool and gym equipment but we never used them as the weather was never bad. We stayed in a double room which handily had a third bed which we used to keep our suitcases on. The room was a good sized and included the basics, bedside tables, main table with TV on and 2 wardrobes. Our bathroom had a bath with an over-head shower in and was always kept clean. We were also lucky enough that our balcony was sea-view and big enough to sit out on. Our room was remade daily and by the end of the week we must have ended up with around 12 bath towels. We would recommend the Pierre-Anne hotel to anyone of any age as the staff were friendly, it was perfectly situated near a lovely variety of restaurants/shops and everything was kept clean. It was more than we expected from a 3* hotel. "
- Travel date: 12th September 2007
The hotel has the best location in Ayia ...
"The hotel has the best location in Ayia Napa, the pool is lovely and very helpful staff, all of them speaking so good English. I could say that you get much more than pay for. House keeping is excellent, every day fresh and clean towels (even the cleaners speak English).Iâve got the chance to meet the owner of the hotel - so nice person, so friendly. The food is quiet good, breakfast excellent. I really do not understand people who donât like the hotel; I plan to come back and next year as well. Pierre Anne staff thank you that you make our holiday so nice and pleasant. "
- Travel date: 1st September 2007
Me and my 5 mates came here and thought ...
"Me and my 5 mates came here and thought that this hotel is perfectly situated as it is around a 10 minute walk to the bars, a 30 second walk to the sea one way and to a fairground the other way. The staff were helpful, friendly, and chatty, (even when I ended up asleep in the hotel bar after a heavy night in town, they still were nice), the pool is huge, and thereâs a lot of sunbeds and space around it. The gym is falling apart a bit but, be honest who comes on holiday to work out hey. Thereâs a nice indoor pool too. Hotel has good internet facilities. The only downer of this hotel is tea time food and breakfast, I had breakfast once in two weeks as it seemed rather bland, the tea was very plain and repetitive, but as we paid Â£350 half board for two weeks, you get what you pay for, lunch time meals were nice, and your only a 5 min walk from McDonalds and some other restaurants. Ayia Napa its self is amazing, I would come to this hotel again."
- Travel date: 6th August 2007
This hotel was a state compared to many ...
"This hotel was a state compared to many other hotels I have been. The walls were so thin I could hear the people next door. The food was cold, for the first couple of nights I had no water to get a wash or a shower. I was amazed because a friend of mine who went the year before had said that the hotel was a good standard and fun. I didnât find any of the staff there helpful or could not even speak full English. Never going to think about visiting here again."
- Travel date: 27th June 2007
I think it was a nice hotel. I spoke wit...
"I think it was a nice hotel. I spoke with the owner Pierre and the director of the hotel costas and they were nice. I had a room in front of the sea and saw the trees ..Great view. The staff were helpful and kind to me, the food breakfast and dinner was very good and different every day. Of course it was very clean, generally I enjoyed my stay there, I liked it a lot. Viva Cyprus "
- Travel date: 31st March 2007
We had already visited this hotel about ...
"We had already visited this hotel about 3 years before as a friend was staying and we were 5 mins up the beach in Panas Village. I knew it was only a 3 star when we booked and had been advised by my friend that the hotel was clean and the staff were great and it's also in good walking distance to the square. We arrived at 6.30am and was greeted by a nice gent on reception that checked us in and insisted we went for breakfast. We stashed our belongings in the room and headed for food. Bacon, eggs tomatoes, strange sausage, toast jam and cereals greeted us. It was basic but nice. The rooms were basic and clean and the TV even worked. Air conditioning worked fine and our room was on the ground floor, we walked out of the patio doors and were right at the side of the pool. Our room was cleaned daily and the sheets and towels were changed at the same time, as well as the bin. The evening meals were ok but every couple of days would see the same dishes from 2 days earlier, all in all the food was good. Food ordered at the bar at lunch was great; I would recommend the cheese burger and home made chips. Every member of staff I encountered were polite and helpful. I would go back to this hotel as I never encountered any problems what so ever."
- Travel date: 30th March 2007
This is the worst hotel ever. The food ...
"This is the worst hotel ever. The food is disgusting and cold and the desserts had ants crawling around on them, which didn't seem to bother the staff. The staff are rude, moody, unhelpful and haven't got a clue what they are doing. It's run on minimum staff who don't speak very good English, in fact when I complained about the ants, they thought I was asking what kind of cake it was! The rooms are dirty and the beds are held together with blocks of wood, our 5 year olds was broken and someone came to fix it with another piece of wood to add to it. The cleaners didn't empty the bins daily and when we complained we were told we were getting extra attention because of all the complaints. The rep refused to eat there at our request as she already knew it was so poor. The gym equipment was broken and the inside pool is dirty and set in a dark unlit basement next to smelly, unclean toilets. The pool was never cleaned and dirty plates, glasses and rubbish accumulated daily and was still there when we left 2 weeks later. The finale of our holiday from hell, was when a Hungarian group turned up to film a video in and around the pool for three days. In the end the guests took matters into their own hands and got the them to stop filming, as it was clearly an unsuitable film to be making. We all couldn't wait to leave this hell hole."
- Travel date: 19th December 2006
Top traveller tips for Piere Anne Beach Hotel
"The sea view room. The sunset is magical."
"dong go to this hotellll"
Piere Anne Beach Hotel is also called
- Pierre Anne
- pierre anne ayia napa