We stayed at the Anassa from 13 July 2006 to 27 July 2006.
The hotel was everything the previous reviews had said and more. The team worked hard to ensure that all the quests had a great time.
We arrived on 13th at approximately 3pm and was greated at the receiption by Billy. He told us to forget about the luggage and showed us through to the pool bar where we were offered a drink, compliments of the hotel. We sat there stiring out to sea, realising that we had made the perfect choice for our summer holiday!
We stayed in one of the new Deb Deck rooms (only finished in May 2006) room 221 (top left of the picture). The room was of a very high standard, with planty of room for a family of 3 or 4. The Sat TV was very basic, only showing BBC World and the Traverl Channel. I took my DVD Player and connected it to the flat screen TV.
The hotel served food from 8.30am to 5pm, whihc was again of a very high standard. We eat various things from the menu and each time it was delicious. Adel, who 1st season it is at the Anassa worked very hard in the kitchen to produce a great selction of food, with the prices being very reasonable. The dishes ranged from 2 Euors to 8 Euros depending on what you wanted. A small beer was €2.50 and the cocktails and long drinks were €5 or €6 and €4 or €5 respectively. The BBQ's, held on Thurday nights were fantastic. The food was great and the atmosphere around the bar was lively. Well worth the €15 per adult and €8 per child.
The village centre was only 5minutes walk away. It had various places to eat and a handfull of bars. The prices were reasonable, not as much as I had anticpated after reading some of the reviews.
We have already booked a holiday to Dominican Republic, but if we had not, I would be booking for the Anassa.
Go there, you will not be disappointed!