Located on a private beach in Ayia Napa, and within walking distance of the city centre, Grecian Sands is a luxury beach resort hotel with a wide range of facilities.
All rooms at this hotel have air conditioning and balconies, many with partial or full sea views. Amenities include hairdryers, minibars and coffee makers.
Adults can enjoy the spa and sauna, while there are activities and entertainment staff to keep children occupied. There's free parking, as well as car hire and shuttle services.
Guests have a choice of bars and eateries, including a poolside bar and a fine dining restaurant. A buffet breakfast is served in Cafe Calypso.
Grecian Sands is located a 10-minute walk from the centre of Ayia Napa, which throngs with bars and clubs. Both Limanaki and Grecian Bay beaches are within a mile of the hotel.
If you're coming to Ayia Napa with a young family, or you just don't want to be surrounded by the clubland environment, then Grecian Sands is perfectly placed, away from the hustle and bustle, and on its own secluded beach.
Clean and comfortable rooms, many with sea views.
Guests report that standards of cleanliness are high in this hotel, and most seem to enjoy a very comfortable night's sleep. For the best experience possible, book a room with a sea view.
Good choice of leisure facilities for guests.
The kids are happy and safe with the entertainment staff, there's a pool bar serving up cocktails, and the spa has a massage treatment with your name on it. What more could you want from a Mediterranean holiday?
Hotel building and decor a bit outdated.
Some areas of the hotel are in need of TLC, and some of the guest room furniture is a bit old. Given the luxury price tag this hotel commands, some guests felt that they weren't getting value for money.
Service is not always up to scratch.
While many guests have commented favourably about the staff, others have encountered some issues with slow responses to requests. Some guests have also encountered issues with bed arrangements different to those booked.
You can't rely on Wi-Fi, especially in guest rooms.
Granted, lots of people come on a beach holiday to disconnect for a while, but if you do want to get online, it can be an issue if you're away from the public areas. Some rooms get hardly any Wi-Fi signal at all.