Acapulco Beach Club Hotel - Kyrenia, North Cyprus

Acapulco Beach Club Hotel Kyrenia North Cyprus
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Acapulco Beach Club Hotel is a 5 star hotel near Kyrenia, ideally located on its own golden sandy beach. Just 8km from the centre of Kyrenia, the Acapulco Beach Club Hotel is great for families, with its large swimming pool, choice of restaurants, water sports and children's club. Choose from one of 200 well-appointed hotel rooms or 230 bungalows for more space and privacy on your Northern Cyprus holiday.

Acapulco Beach Club Hotel Reviews (127 Reviews)

  Submitted by David from Northampton on Jan 21, 2019

Great hotel we found on the gonorthcyprus website. I travelled with my wife, we got a good deal from Gary at GNC and he arranged our transfers too, so we could relax before we even left. Reception staff were very friendly and helpful on arrival and throughout the trip. We had a comfortable room, a decent size and with all the necessary modcons. We stayed in the newer block and had superb sea views. Really liked the food, great flavours and a fantastic choice. There are several pools at the hotel... more

  Submitted by Robin from Kent on Nov 21, 2018

We went in the first week of November for two weeks and the weather was as warm as we wanted it at around 25 every day.The hotel is superbly located and definitely has enough facilities to be a 5 star.ok so there's no coffee making facilities in the room but at the lounge bar it's less than a pound so they are hardly profiteering.they give you free water in the room every day in the minivan which we found ok for us and it's more healthy changes or coffee so stop moaning about that.The food was excellent... more

  Submitted by Sara Porter from Cobham on Oct 12, 2018

My friends have been raving about North Cyprus for ages , It was they that put me onto Go North who in turn suggested the Acapulco, we were lucky to be given rooms in the new Pine Court with Interconnecting door to the kids room next door , The Hotel is a large resort hotel , for us it was a bonus as plenty going on for the children and many friendships made, we were able to visit the Spa knowing that they were looked after by the childrens club.normally fussy eaters the children loved the food... more

  Submitted by Alan Hughes from merseyside uk on Oct 5, 2018

Hi we stayed at the Acapulco first 2 weeks in September we where in pine court 2 a lovely room the only complaint was there was no kettle to make a drink. The restaurant was very crowded the food was not to our taste as it caters for Turkish tastes ,that being said it was all of a good standard. I thought the lack of bacon or pork sausage was because it was Muslim and accepted this. Then we found out there were other restaurants on the site that made English breakfast but you had to pay for it... more

  Submitted by Sally and Mike from East Grinstead on Oct 1, 2018

We've just returned from a holiday at Acapulco Beach Club Hotel, which we booked through gonorthcyprus. We stayed half board and really enjoyed our break. Members of staff are friendly and helpful and the beach is very well kept. The food is well cooked and reasonably varied but it's wise to get there early to avoid the buffet rush. Or try the Sea Side bar for a more relaxed meal. Our room was spacious and kept very clean, we also had a lovely sea view. The pools are wonderful and although we haven't... more

  Submitted by Mike from Pudsey on Jun 1, 2018

I wanted to take my wife away for our 20th wedding anniversary and we'd never been to this part of Cyprus before, I found the gonorthcyprus website and was really impressed by the Acapulco Hotel reviews. If it's five-star luxury you're after, this is the place. True enough, when we arrived we found the hotel just as impressive in the flesh, the rooms are great, everywhere is clean and pleasantly decorated. The staff are friendly and helpful, even the cleaning ladies were polite and always smiling.... more

  Submitted by Barry and Simona from Bolton on Feb 2, 2018

My wife and I stayed at the Acapulco for a week, booked by agent gonorthcyprus, and we had a wonderful experience. It's a fantastic resort, clean throughout and staff are both friendly and helpful. Very comfortable room the only niggle was not having tea and coffee making facilities. The meals were delicious and we loved the fantastic views out over the bay. There's also a waterpark that looks great for kids, we didn't give it a try, being in our 60s! A shuttle bus runs by the hotel fairly frequently... more

  Submitted by Shelley and Paul from Buckinghamshire on Sep 13, 2017

We stayed at the Acapulco Beach Club in the school summer holidays after booking with GoNorthCyprus and it really is a great place for the whole family. The hotel is clean and spacious with friendly staff, the rooms are equally well kept and equipped for visitors. Beautiful sea view and the standard of food was also excellent, our family of four was very impressed. Great facilities too, the water park was fantastic with lots for younger and older children alike, including exciting slides which the... more

  Submitted by Malcolm from Haywards Heath on Jun 22, 2017

As ever we booked through Go North Cyprus , always a font of local knowledge, I trusted the recommendation for the Acapulco and found it had everything we needed , Childrens club , good food a new water park and funfair. It is in a fairly isolated location though so the shuttle bus into kyrenia was handy for visiting old haunts like the castle and shipwreck museum . we were very fortunate to watch Turtles nesting at Turtle beach one night ( 5 mins in a taxi from the hotel ),all in all ,a lovely... more

  Submitted by Sally from Bournemouth on Apr 3, 2017

Just returned from a nice and relaxing stay at Acapulco Beach. We were aware that there would be building works at the time we travelled but decided to go anyway, as GoNorthCyprus got us such a good deal. We found the ladies on reception very friendly and our room clean and comfortable, although a sea view would have been nice. It's a really big hotel with lots to do, we found the spa in particular to be fantastic and the casino was good too. There's loads of choice at mealtimes but the food could... more

  Submitted by Paul Deveraux from NICOSIA on Nov 17, 2016

This has been our 3rd stay at the Hotel , normally come in summer though, The pool was a little bracing to say the least but the sea nice and warm , though we could have used the Indoor pool .Past experience has taught us to request the Pine Court, away from the main block and casino.the food in the restaurant up to its usual high standardOur Sea view room ticked all the boxes , very comfortable bed, spacious with great views, certainly quieter this time of year but still an enjoyable stay.... more

  Submitted by Yamin from England on Aug 31, 2016

If you have kids. Book this hotel. You don't need to leave the complex.Facilities brilliant. Food brilliant. Staff excellent.Plenty of activities through out the day.Excellent beach................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... more

  Submitted by Joe from Limassoll on Jun 1, 2016

We stayed in the bungalows with our 2 children, kept very clean in a cottage style with a TV but no kettle, it was spacious and provided separate bedrooms.The facilities on site were brilliant especially for the kids, the pools are spotlessly clean.We were on the full board plus package, the food, well the sheer variety was something to be seen, it was well cooked and plentiful. The drinks were local spirits and beers but i like Effes, my only negative was the beer in the restaurant tasted off like... more

  Submitted by John, Liz, Rachael and Laura from Kent on Apr 22, 2016

Good quality accommodation in new Pine Court building with its own bar and terrace area. Lovely private beach and pools (but pools too cold to use in April). The place was probably three-quarters empty at that time of year so we can't vouch for high season. £8 or thereabouts for a taxi for four to Kyrenia. The restaurant buffets were extensive and good quality food and the staff very attentive but we were niggled by birds flying around inside the restaurant every morning at breakfast and signs on... more

  Submitted by Gerry from St Albans on Mar 8, 2016

We came to Kyrenia for a family holiday and really enjoyed our time at the Acapulco Beach Club Hotel, which we booked through Go North Cyprus. We needed a couple of extras in our room and Sue in bookings was so helpful in making sure we had everything we needed. Our room was clean and comfortable and the buffet restaurant had so much to offer we were spoilt for choice! The reception staff were polite and helpful in directing us to the best local attractions, they have very good English. One of the... more

  Submitted by Martin from Ayia Napa on Feb 2, 2016

This hotel is fantastic, the Spa and food are fantastic, the accommodation is really well done throughout, with comfortable beds. We will definetly be coming back in the Summer for a longer stay and when all the facilities are open. If your British like me though don't expect sausage, bacon, hash browns, etc., as we expect it! But you can't really complain about that when your in a different country really, can you?... more

  Submitted by Andy and Viv from Somerset on Dec 3, 2015

Stayed for 10 nights and could not have wished for friendlier or more polite staff . Service was exemplary ; rooms kept spotlessly clean .The food was amazing ; vast choice and cooked perfectly every time ( have never seen as many different puddings on one menu before ! )Only down side was provision of drinks at evening meals and in room . Water at evening meal had to be paid for and no coffee / kettle in rooms , seems an oversight for a 5* hotel . Also seemed impossible to get snacks ( crisps etc... more

  Submitted by Christie r from Uk on Oct 21, 2015

Just spent a week h/b at this hotel really enjoyed it nearly everything was perfect the only thing I really missed was some varied evening entertainment on the patio . The duo they did have good voices but every night is got boring . I think if they had better entertainment people would spend more money and have a good evening and all would be happy .The staff were all hard working and pleasant , and worked long hours.... more

  Submitted by Peter from Sunderland on Oct 21, 2015

We stayed for a week and had nice time. Beautiful hotel and lovely beach and amenities. However it was more orientated to Turkish and Eastern European visitors we felt. Although reception staff friendly and spoke English well, the rest of the staff struggled with English and were not as warm and friendly as in previous holidays elsewhere. The food in the enormous very clean and well run buffet restaurant was very acceptable with a very wide range of fish fruit, salads and hot meals to cater for... more

  Submitted by Jan from Netherlands on Sep 16, 2015

Acapulco is a good place to stay and we knew because this was our third time. Previous visits took place in April and October and that was for us a better time. The temperature was very hot.The location from our room was not close to the main building and that was not comfortable.We stayed with a half board arrangement and the breakfast and dinner was excellent, enough choose and good of the resort is not as it was, some areas are dirty and this situation should be changed.For us... more

  Submitted by Elaine Shears from uk on Sep 8, 2015

We had a fantastic stay. Food good. Pool brilliant, pool bar very good. Beach just great, lots of sun loungers for all every where. Clean beach towels, access to this within easy reach for pool and sea.The only one thing that was in doubt was the evening entertainment for Adults this was extremely poor, need to offer more alternatives and extra bars are required.The entertainment for kids very good.... more

  Submitted by Sherrine from London on Sep 3, 2015

Stayed at the hotel late August and had an amazing time!!! Plenty of activities and space for guests, great pool and the flumes kept us all entertained :) great size rooms cleaned every day and very helpful staff... Would definitely go again and would highly recommend :)The Turkish bath was a great experience and the indoor pool was nice and tranquil for my morning swims..... Sun loungers were extremely comfortable and as much as hotel was busy there was plenty of space and chairs for guests. Food... more

  Submitted by Wendy from Limassol on Aug 13, 2015

We stayed for 6 days here, using it as a base to come and go to other places.Breakfast was a let down for us, they only fruit available was melon and old oranges! Come on you can do better than that?Dinner was excellent with an amazing selection of food, all staff in the food courts were efficient and courteous.Bedroom was good size, air con worked well, cleaner didnt polish the furniture surfaces though. The bathroom was kept clean, no spare toilet roll. No slip mat in the bath so getting in and... more

  Submitted by ANita from London on Jun 7, 2015

Overall this was a relaxing holiday in nice surroundings. On the whole the overall site which is extensive was pleasing and well maintained. We stayed in a bungalow so cannot comment or compare to hotel was adequate...clean and serviced regularly. Lacking in cupboard and storage space particularly if we had been more than family of three or staying beyond a week. That said the beds were very comfortable and my only gripe would be the rain that came through roof during a thunderstorm... more

  Submitted by Sue from London on Jan 9, 2015

We arrived on Christmas Eve and were welcomed at reception with a lovely room upgrade....Merry Christmas . The room was spacious, very comfortable bed, good size bathroom with masses of toiletries, including, toothbrushes and paste and razors, excellent. Wardrobe space good with lots of hangers! Great balcony which we found got the sun from lunchtime every day, very nice. The hotel food is very good and varied, breakfast had so much to offer and the evening meals were very good and freshly cooked.... more

  Submitted by Jane from London on Nov 9, 2014

We stayed in a bungalow, which was quite spacious. The room was cleaned daily and bedding changed regularly, towels changed when requested. The complex is well maintained and kept looking tidy. Towels are available for the beach and pool, included in your booking, and there are plenty of sun beds to use. As we were staying in a bungalow we didn't have much dealings with reception, but when we did the staff were polite and courteous. We stayed on a bed and breakfast basis and I have to say that the... more

  Submitted by Denise from Uk on Nov 7, 2014

Some areas warranted the 5 star status such as the service. There were areas around the pool that needed attention and in our bathroom. Nothing spoiled our holiday. The food was great but only Luke warm. There was a very good choice. Some of the staff were very friendly but we found others not which surprised us as we have been to Northern Cyprus many times.Excellent position and setting.Too many cats!!!... more

  Submitted by j lees from stoke on trent staffordshire on Oct 10, 2014

this hotel is quite nice and relaxing but is definately not a 5 star!!all other 5 star hotels around the world provide tea/coffee making facilities in the rooms.the bathroom was a bit tired and dated but otherwise the room was fine.the staff were great, especially on the main reception desk.the spa was really nice and the young lady who did my massage was very good!the food was amazing!there was such a lot of choice and everything is cooked fresh in front of you.... more

  Submitted by john D from Coventry on Oct 9, 2014

Hotel was a bit isolated it was not near a village as described .our room was nice in pine court 1public rooms were ok. the restaurant was like a very large canteen , the food could be better if only it was hot. pool and beach area needs a bit of tidying up, animation team were good funand very friendly. there is a local bus from the hotel into town several times a day, its about 8 km away and worth a visit... more

  Submitted by TonyC from Surrey on Aug 25, 2014

Where do I start? My wife and I hadn't visited North Cyprus since 1996, things had changed quite a bit. If you are of Turkish descent then by all means ignore this review, we are not, although we used to absolutely love going to North Cyprus. This hotel is not five star by European standards at all, three star max! We were placed in the "new" Pine Court 2 building which is a good 15 min walk to breakfast/pool/beach. Straight off the bat things started to niggle us, the room smelt of cigarettes,... more

  Submitted by Mark Westerman from Manchester on Aug 22, 2014

This hotel is very clean and very well run. It has excellent facilities with a massive pool and is 10 yards from the beach. Good number of sun loungers and umberellas, no need to do the early morning towel thing! This hotel helps you to combine a beach and pool holiday where there's something for all the family to enjoy.The food is buffet style and all self service. It can be a little chaotic getting yourself served and sat down but it's quite easy to avoid the busy time. The food was excellent... more

  Submitted by Raz from Essex on Jul 11, 2014

This was our second holiday at this resort which was all as expected simply excellent! I booked via Go North Cyprus and cannot fault them with taxi service pick up and drop off to airport.Our stay was in the newly built Palm Court in a sea view room. The room was well equipped and modern with fridge and flat screen TV it was very clean, must give credit to the ladies who came daily to clean and make up the room! The service was excellent, on one occasion when hubby was having a lie in there was... more

  Submitted by Gerry from England on Jul 4, 2014

Arrived late on 19th. Room looked like it had been used as only 1 bath towel and no bath or basin plugs. Bed covers looked like someone had been lying/sitting on them. Didn't complain as too late and tired. The following day towels sorted but still no plugs. Couldn't find a sunbed by pool, on beach or on grassed area: sat on wall.21st saw people reserving beds at 6.30 AM so dashed down to do the same. After breakfast my towels had been removed by other guests so had to look elsewhere: found beds... more

  Submitted by Deb K from Newmarket on Jun 22, 2014

My family and I have just come back from one of the best holidays abroad we've ever had! We chose to visit North Cyprus after reading the reviews on because it sounded so beautiful. We booked with the agent Gary who gave us a few options but the Acapulco Beach was the best for us because of its facilities for the children. I can honestly say that our holiday was everything we could have wanted and we were sad to be flying home!The Acapulco Beach Club Hotel is situated quite... more

  Submitted by Claire from Turkey on Jun 8, 2014

As soon as hit the hotel, we felt like we were in holiday mode. The Pine Court apartments were modern and clean, and the all-inclusive food buffet was interesting enough to keep our interest for 3 days (although if we had stayed longer, we would have possibly felt differently). Be informed that all inclusive alcohol meant at lunch and dinner only, and no bacon in sight (as we live in Turkey, we had been hopeful). The outside areas look a little tired, but once you're lying poolside, who cares. The... more

  Submitted by Justin from Incirlik AB, Turkey on May 27, 2014

My wife and I are stationed at Incirlik Air Base and recently chilled out at the Acapulco Resort in North Cyprus for 4 days. Our room in the new hotel was awesome! The room was very upto date, spaciouse, and the bathroom and shower area was fantastic as well. The resort staff were awesome and most spoke good english. The breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet was on point! They had so much food to choose from and it was every bit of freshly prepared. Cant say enough great things about how amazing... more

  Submitted by Leah gilbert from Cyprus on Feb 14, 2014

Myself and two if my friends had a mini break which was amazing. The room easily accomadated the three of u and we had an amazing sea view. The deal included breakfast and dinner which was good if you are willing to try different foods. The food was not pipping hot but did not take away from the taste. Service was good the staff were very attentive if not a little too much with some of the waiters staring at you the whole time like your a piece if meat. The facilities were all close to hand with... more

  Submitted by Alan & Xiujuan from Nata Village, Paphos, Cyprus on Jan 16, 2014

My wife and I visited the Acapulco Beach Club Hotel for a Three Days Christmas holiday. From the time of our arrival until our departure, we found everything to be outstanding. In reception, the staff were smart & efficient and extremely courteous. The room in the Hotel Section was very well appointed, extremely clean & remained so during the entirety of our stay and the Shower in the Bathroom was the best that I have ever used.The staff in the Restaurants were efficient and courteous and the Buffets... more

  Submitted by Katie Morrison from Deal, Kent on Nov 8, 2013

We have just returned from the Acapulco Beach Club after a fabulous weeks stay. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful, pool was great, beach lovely, hotel clean and modern, weather perfect - we will certainly be re-booking for next October! There is, however, nowhere within walking distance, so once you are there you have to rely on the frequent hotel bus service to go into Kyrenia or taxis - which were very good value.... more

  Submitted by Norma McArthur from London on Nov 1, 2013

This was our second visit, rooms in the palm court part of the hotel are very nice. Weather and beach were great. We hired a car, so got about a bit. Breakfast was great, the food selection for dinner was very good, my partner is a vegetarian and had no problem having a nice dinner. The dinning room is a bit barn like, we ate out 3nights.All in all we had a great holiday and will probably go back next year... more

  Submitted by Yusuf from Blackburn, England on Nov 1, 2013

I stayed for 4 days with wife and 2 boys age 6 and 4 and we all had a great time. Don't book the villa/bungalows as these are very dull and doesn't feel 5 star, on the other hand the hotel rooms are definitely 5 star! The restaurant is amazing as well as all the food. Swimming pool is huge and many sunbeds! The water slides are so much fun. The resort also has a playground, mini theme park, games room (arcade games, table football, pool table, pinball.. etc.), casino, tennis court, gym, indoor swimming... more

  Submitted by Cathy from Norwich on Sep 27, 2013

The hotel was fantastic, however, we chose to stay in a bungalow which was a big mistake! It was like entering the black hole of Calcutta - dark, dingy, dirty and in need of a serious make-over. On complaining to reception staff we were told the Bungalows were all the same but we were offered another one which was certainly not the same. Still very dark, but cleaner with more furniture inside with slightly better facilities and décor.The complex was otherwise very clean, and such an amazing... more

  Submitted by Parker-Kiamil from Essex on Sep 8, 2013

On arriving in the early hours of the morning, there wasn't anyone to explain that a complimentry sandwich was supplied, but no drink. Beautiful clean swim pools and beaches. However if you didn't get to pool side early there was no sun bedsWe had to move three rooms due to air con problems.The Buffett for breakfast and evening meal although vast choice was lilke a "free for all" and really aimed at the Eatern Europeans. .Generaly service very slow.nothing for teenage children to do. The fair ground... more

  Submitted by Ken & Jackie, Hertfordshire, UK from Hertfordshire, UK on Aug 28, 2013

We wanted a peaceful and relaxing holiday with friendly helpful staff, clean well kept room,excellent food and dining facilities, near to the beach with bar and snack bar close to hand - wecould not fault the AcapulcoVery nice situation with well kept gardens and flowery shrubery.Close to an excellant wide sandy beach and grass area with plenty of sun beds,umbrellas and beach towels provided.Beach gently sloping into the sea with safe bathing for all age groups.Large outdoor pool with fun slides... more

  Submitted by Mrs Chance from East Anglia on Jul 31, 2013

I've just got back from a one week stay at the Acapulco Beach Club and had a fantastic time! I was worried initially as I've read a few poor and a few strange reviews about the complex. Gary at Go North Cyprus assured me that the hotel was perfect for a family and not to worry about what I'd read. He was right because the hotel really was perfect for what we needed.We stayed in one of the holiday bungalows which was really spacious for the four of us. My kids were on put-up beds but they really... more

  Submitted by Jackson family from London on Jul 7, 2013

We feel as though there is a chance that this could be a great place to stay in Northern Cyprus, but there are a number of things that would have to change in order for that to be the case completely. The first thing is the fact that you are charged to use certain things in your room, for example if you would like to access the internet. This is something that is available for free in a lot of places now, and this hotel would do well to try and compete with that. However, the rooms are quite nice,... more

  Submitted by Sofia from UK on Jun 6, 2013

We've stayed there for three days in the beginning of April. The weather wasn't great, so only used indoor pool. Nice sandy beach. Good food, good service. The room was OK. Overall probably does not hold to 5star standards. I did not like seeing cats in the hotel corridors or begging for food while eating outside. It event jumped on the chair and grabbed a sausage. Good location. Family friendly.Liked the spa.... more

  Submitted by Moji from Sweden on Apr 3, 2013

The rooms are clean, hotel has a nice beach and resort, but most of the facilities such as outdoor pool, aqua park and night club was closed during our stay, since they claim it is not summer yet. The personal are nice and friendly. But they will charge you for everything basically. Although dinner was included in our booking, we have to pay for the water or any soft drink separately. The safe box was available in all the room, but still you have to pay extra charges to use it, which is not appropriate... more

  Submitted by totallydisappointed1 from London, UK on Mar 3, 2013

I honestly could not give this hotel more than three stars - and I truly do not know how it is rated 5*........Although we requested a no smoking room and sea view our room smelled of cigarettes and we were told we would have to pay three times more to change to a different no smoking room with a better sea view......I did have difficulty to check in after my fiancee arrived before me and checked in........I did not know the hotel room we were assigned as his phone had no signal and the hotel reception... more

  Submitted by Anne B from Glasgow, Scotland on Nov 10, 2012

Stayed for a week at this hotel, the last week in October. Unfortunately we did not know this was a local religious festival and therefore the hotel was packed. There were thousands of people everywhere. The restaurant was like a school dining hall magnified a hundred times. If you get the chance, when busy, use the restaurant up the stairs - it is much nicer.This is a good hotel with great facilities. Lovely (small) beach with beautiful clear water. Food is excellent, although to British... more

  Submitted by JaneandMiriam from Brighton UK on Nov 9, 2012

I chose this hotel on a recommendation from a friend who stayed there a few years ago. I think it has got bigger since then. After booking, I read some mixed reviews, and wondered what I had committed us to...but it all turned out to be lovely.We stayed in a 'bungalow' and not the main hotel blocks, and we liked going back to our little house on its leafy pathway. There are rows and rows of bungalows but the layout is such that you don't come across your neighbours much, and there are lots of... more

  Submitted by Sarah Steel from UK on Nov 8, 2012

We enjoyed a 10 day stay at the Acapulco at the end of October. The first weekend we were there was absolutely manic, due to Bayram, a local festival. This meant that the lobby area resembled a luggage store most days, with people arriving and departing and meals were awful. The food selection is great, but there is no management in the dining room and no one has considered what the experience is like for the diner. There are queues for everything, which could be avoided easily by having 2 stations... more

  Submitted by Brenda and Mel from Buckhurst Hill, Essex on Oct 23, 2012

Overall, it was a good holiday, but there are some reservations. Originally allocated a bungalow, we refused to stay in one and would not recommend them to anyone. They were dark, with very small shuttered windows (presumably to protect privacy as people are walking past all the time) and although situated in pleasant gardens, there was no outside personal space to sit. We were then allocated a very nice room in the Palm Court for which we had to pay a supplement, but the meals were served in... more

  Submitted by Ms A.Bruce from London on Oct 19, 2012

We stay the last days of September first of October. the weather was fabulous, the beach clean and transparent with some little fish swimming along. the personnel was at all times very attentive and friendly, our bungalow was clean daily. But the best bit was the food. I have never eat in a place that I didn't know what to choose, all in abundance , fresh, tasty, I don't even like sweets and I tried them all!is a 5 stars resort, but is a bit dated on decor. definitely no a boutique hotel, but the... more

  Submitted by Jacobs Family (and extended family!) from Liverpool on Oct 7, 2012

My wife and I took our baby daughter to this hotel for her first holiday and we were already really fond of northern cyprus so we decided to use again this year and book up at the Acapulco Beach Club hotel. We were also joined by her grandparents on her mother's side and my brother. The stay lasted 9 nights, and from start to finish it was absolutely brilliant. The Acapulco has a set of accommodation called Pine Court that looks to be newly built, which is where we stayed. Being... more

  Submitted by Graham from UK on Oct 5, 2012

Hotel is very big and on quite a steep slope - not for the unfit.Sun loungers are the best ever on the lawn area but some of the pool towels are no bigger than a hand towel so it's either sit on it or lean back on it - you can't cover both!Meals were very repetitive although there were plenty of salad. They seemed to be aimed entirely at the Turkish/Arab market with cheap meat in a variety of stews. We have travelled over most of the world but this was the worst so far. We hired a car for a few... more

  Submitted by brenda mcnamara from essex england on Sep 8, 2012

food excellant ,staff helpfull,i needed the buggy train as unsteady 9/10 turned up in 5 minutes always cheerfull,rooms spacious largest ive been in ,airy in bungalow with air conditioning ,cleaned every day ,ok so drinks were a bit expensive for kids but u expect it on holidays beach was spotless thoroughly enjoyed every day ,waiters helped getting us water /coffees ans table near to food tables so got no complaints ,met lovely familys many keeping in touch with ,gran son aged 7 loved it to bits... more

  Submitted by Sara from Hertfordshire on Aug 29, 2012

This is a great hotel and complex particularly for children. We had a great time and the food was really good. The only thing to be aware of is their 'all inclusive Fullboard plus' We were told by the tour operator that it included unlimited drinks as per most all inclusive packages, but when we got there, it was in fact only at lunch and dinner meal times, not throughout the day or in the evenings which is quite important when you have thirsty children and it is 40 degrees there! Other than... more

  Submitted by The Leslie Family from UK on Aug 27, 2012

We have just returned from a 10 days stay at the Acapulco Beach Hotel in Kyrenia. We had a wonderful , relaxing holiday, superb food and friendly staff. The children loved the swimming pools and slides. There is also a theme park that opens each evening for children. The surrounding area is lovely. Spent a lovely morning at Kyrenia Castle and also visited the Bellapais Abbey which was beautiful and well worth a visit. Would defintely go back again in the future.... more

  Submitted by Bahise from North london on May 25, 2012

We are a family of 3 (our daughter is 1 years old), we stayed at this hotel for 9 nights and we loved every minute of it. My parents and younger brother also stayed at the same time as us and we all really enjoyed our stay.We stayed in Pine court (the new building), which was was lovely. The rooms are spacious and well decorated and most importantly clean. We lost our daughters toy and were on the floor looking under beds and there was no dirt or build up of dust at all. The only tiny negative of... more

  Submitted by Burns from uk on Jan 15, 2012

I class myself as a bit of a "spa junkie" and I have got to report that the Hamman in this hotel is 5 star plus!! I tried a few other treatments and they were great aswell. The staff are so helpful and experienced, even when we had to cancel one of our party.I do think the hotel is a bit tired and as they keep adding on to it I feel refurbishment may take a back seat.The beach area is lovely and will definately visit in summer... more

  Submitted by Hasan Guldeniz from London on Jan 8, 2012

I booked this so called 5 star hotel from internet for 3 nights full board in late December with my wife and 4 years old daughter. The hotel is advertised as 5 star. However, generally it looks like a 4 star hotel. The day we checked in, the bathtub did not have a plug. So we had to ask for it. The bathtub shower splash shields had black mold at various places. The condition of the bathroom is the type you would not expect from a 5 star hotel. The indoor swimming pool wall paint and render was falling... more

  Submitted by Monmick from UK on Jan 6, 2012

We stayed at the Acapulco Beach Resort for three days over Christmas. I could not fault a thing about this hotel. Every body from the cleaners up to the executive chef work to the highest standards all being overseen by Denise who is an asset to this company. Nothing went unoticed by her eagle eye and she ensured that everybody was happy. The food was fantastic and served in magnificent presentation at both Gala Dinners. Service was spot on and entertainment great. We will definitely return and... more

  Submitted by John U from Harlow, Essex on Dec 11, 2011

I stayed at this hotel for one week and really enjoyed it. The bungalow rooms are comfortable and spotlessly clean. A good range of toiletries are also supplied. The beach is faultless being beautifully clean with crystal clear water. Beach towels + loungers are provided. The huge restaurant has an amazing buffet with subtle changes every night to keep it interesting. The desert table in particular is as good as you would get anywhere. Breakfast was equally good. Drink prices are reasonable at 5TL... more

  Submitted by Jackie from Southport, Merseyside on Nov 22, 2011

I've never been to Cyprus, and friends were surprised that I'd chosen Northern Cyprus. I stayed at the Acapulco Beach Club Hotel. I was in Pine Court One-it was very quiet there but within easy reach of everything. The best bit for me-as a keen swimmer-was the beach. The sea was lovely and warm even in September and we had great weather. The pool was clean and a nice change from the beach. The hotel was clean and well kept, food was ok, the special stir fries really nice and lots of fresh fruit... more

  Submitted by ANNA&PIER from turin-italy on Oct 28, 2011

We were two times at Acapulco Hotel. First in May and we found it so nice that we went back again in September. The Hotel is very confortable. There are a well tended garden, a private beach 700 meter working lenght that gently disrate into clean sea.(An ideal place for no swimming people). In the end a spacious restaurant with rich and various buffet. The staff are courteus and available. For us this resort is reccommended.... more

  Submitted by Jackie Edwards from Southport, Merseyside on Oct 25, 2011

I was a bit concerned about going in September that it would not be hot enough but it was perfect. The Beach was Fab u lous and having the Beach Bar there too just made such a difference. The water was warm so I was hardly out of it. My hotel room was lovely and situated in a quiet area, everything was clean and well run. I'm not used to big Hotels so found the massive dining room a bit intimidating, but the food was nice. Staff Helpful, especially the Good Will lady-I'm afraid I can't remember... more

  Submitted by Webb from Oxfordshire on Oct 23, 2011

A little concern when booked about crossing South Cyprus border after arranging flight to Larnica airport. But crossing - both ways was very straight forward. The North Cyprus people were wonderful and we would go again. Can not fault anything at the hotel, whilst it was not a five star by UK standards. It was very close and I can not think of anything to criticise. We were looking for a relaxing holiday and "it ticked all the boxes". The beach area and the pool area was superb. Only slight... more

  Submitted by Shirley from Australia on Oct 20, 2011

We stayed there for a week in September, we are from AustraliaLovely Hotel still under renovations in some area's, Lovely Pools and Beach Area and Entertaining Area.Food - Fresh and Plenty to choose from, only disappointment is that you have to pay for water to have with evening meal, I have never stayed at a hotel where water, Coffee and Tea are not included with the Evening Buffet Meal.The Beverages are included with the Breakfast Buffet but not Evening Buffet Meal.Staff very friendly, I would... more

  Submitted by Sweet Sue from London, UK on Sep 29, 2011

Good hotel but never a 5 star with those shocking uneven pathways, non existing gardens and tiny cups for your breakfast coffee, for which you'll have to risk your life queuing!Acapulco enjoys very good location on a private sandy beach. There are also rather good swimming pools in the ground and plenty of sun loungers. Reasonable size rooms are spotlessly clean and piping hot water is very much to standard. Wardrobes have enough space and hangers and air conditioning cools the room nicely. ... more

  Submitted by Victoria from Hertfordshire on Sep 7, 2011

We went to the Acapulco hotel as we were looking for a North Cyprus holiday as we wanted to see wild turtles.It was near a turtle projest so we were not disapointed, the hotel however turned out to be a bit of a let down...We arrived late at night and were overawed at the hotel, it was huge, spotlessly clean and the staff were attentive and polite, we we delighted and it appeared great value for money.We were shown to our room which was outside of the hotel in little bungalows - the only option... more

  Submitted by Nina from East London on Aug 28, 2011

My friend and I stayed at Acapulco Hotel it was amazing... food was great so much to choose from and catered for most diet types, staff were helpful, beach was perfect and location was excellent. The Reps were very helpful in recommending places to visit and places to go in the evening.The only thing we could really fault was the entertainment... the entertainment was at a poor standard.This was the perfect girly holiday and will be recommending to friends/family... oh and will defos be going ba... more

  Submitted by Gul from Baku, Azerbaijan on Aug 10, 2011

Hi, Im from Baku, Azerbaijan!In Acapulco I were with my family.It was very beautiful holliday! Super food!!! Very funny animation group!!! Cool DJ :))) Acapulco is a beautiful place in Kirenia. As I heard it is the best beach there. 1km od own sand beach. Entertainment was very good. Disco for kids and for us. Turkish singers in lobby till 12 PM every day, casino, best shows from Animation group.Miss u very much, my Acapulco. :(By the way Cyprus is very beautiful place. I was in many historical... more

  Submitted by Derin, Derya, Sarah, & SueGee from Washington State, USA on Jul 23, 2011

We stayed at the Acapulco Beach Club Hotel for 2 nights and 3 days. We wish we would have known how wonderrful this resort is. The beach was gorgeous and clean. The Staff were all wonderful and very helpful, especailly Ali. He went out of his way to help us & always with a smile on his face. We loved all the places to sit and relax. The water park was a blast! The most amazing and impressive thing about this resort was the food. Absolutely the most delicious, bountiful and beautiful food any... more

  Submitted by Paul Maxwell from Vrysoulles Cyprus on Mar 20, 2011

The positives certainly outweigh the negatives. Could do better at: clearing away the cutlery and dishes after a meal in a room, noticed on 2 occasion itmes left for several hours, leaving them open for cats to nor away in the corridor at them. Other than that we could not fault the setrvice, knowledgible and friendly waiters in the dining room. The reception and bar area was also very good service throughout, quite to serve and again friendly. Pool, sauna and gym staff were again very professional,... more

  Submitted by Frenchdaisy from Dhekelia, Cyprus on Feb 26, 2011

I stay at Acapulco for 5 nights which was ok but not much to do at nights. I was sort of missed led about your kids clubactivity as per it's website which I think only happen in the height of the tourist season. Most of the staffs are very helpful. The faculties are very good food was good but would have been better with more variation. After a while found the food boring with the same menu. My son got bore of it and it was diffcult to make him eat.My name is speltincorrect - WeddermanMy son had... more

  Submitted by Tom & Jo from Paphos on Nov 5, 2010

Although we only stayed a couple of nights, a treat for my wife's 60th Birthday, we had a fabulous time. The staff were very attentive and the food was wonderful. The Hotel has everything you need for a good holiday, a fantastic pool area, one of the best beaches I've seen in Cyprus, almost as good as Coral Bay. Only one niggly problem, no coffee and tea making facilities.We would recommend the Acapulco to anyone.... more

  Submitted by Dan & Jane from Coventry, England on Oct 16, 2010

My wife and I enjoyed our stay at the Acapulco Hotel immensely, the location, the standard of food, the hotel cleanliness, the attention to detail, the gardens, everthing about the place was first class. My only negative comment is the lack of some decent entertainment. We love the North of Cyprus and we are falling in love with it.... more

  Submitted by Jenny from Essex on Oct 8, 2010

This resort has seen better days, the gardens are awful, the pathways are broken and dangerous. The accommodation is poor and shabby. In our vialla every door and drawer handle was broken the roof leaked and no attempt had been made to repair it. Top prices in the bars and the beach bar is beyond belief. Prices were dearer than London. A good reason not to visit North Cyprus again. Hardly any of the staff speak English which is surprising as a good number of their guests are English. Certain staff... more

  Submitted by nina from uk on Sep 27, 2010

The Location north cyprus for the sun seeker (us) was perfect, Acapulco Spa resort : location perfect food variety good, but the 5* as stated has not come to 5* standard. for example the main hotel building : the room view spot on, but the room we were allocated was noisey in the evening and not enough room to really move about- would have been ok but we came for sun and quite location. When conplaint to the staff, they were very helpfull and located us into new building 'Pine Grove' 5th floor,... more

  Submitted by Stanley White from Basildon on Sep 9, 2010

We stayed at the Acapulco Beach Club outside the holiday season, so obviously it was quieter than it might have been during the Summer months. We weren't expecting much in the way of luxury, but we were greeted warmly by all the staff we came across (who also seemed to have an really good grasp of the English language, which made us feel much more comfortable in speaking to them). The hotel was kept very clean and tidy and we had no complaints about the quality of the rooms we stayed in. There was... more

  Submitted by Nikita from Moscow on Sep 4, 2010

Bungalows is pretty small. Shower was broken. There were only shampoo and soup in bathroom.Only reception staff know english, but housekeeper or waiter wouldn't understand you at all.Normal juce - extra, internet - extra, safe in the room - extra, coffee after the diner - just impossible.And one more very annoying thing - crowds around tables with meals. It takes up to 30 minutes just to find free table and catch meat food.I think it's 3+ start hotel maximum.... more

  Submitted by Steve from UK on Aug 26, 2010

Stayed August 2010 and the service is very good the pool and slides good but the pool area is not cleaned very good.We are a family of four and I advise not to stay in the bungalow accomadation as this is very small.The hotel food is ok and the service at meal times is caotic.The staff in the hotel are fantastic and this is probably the only five star they should have for serviceI think this hotel should have a 3 to 4 star rating.... more

  Submitted by Ayca Redjep from London on Aug 14, 2010

It's such a great shame about this hotel as the land it sits on is a gem, great beach, plently of land, but poor service and certainly over priced. We have stayed many times and every time the standards were getting worse.Staff attitude is dreadful, from the very first moment we set foot into our room, problems started. Our room, which had been prepared for us, smelt of smoke and nothing was done about this despite us complaining. My husband had to wait 45mins for towels to be brought to the room,... more

  Submitted by Simmy from USA on Jul 27, 2010

The only thing that was nice was the beach. Other than that it was a dissapointment and it was also stressful. i had my 5 year old with me and the hotel people were spraying pesticides every day even while families were walking by. I also found out that a guy comes and sprays the rooms while you're out without notifying you. So I don't know how much of that stuff my son was exposed to. Another thing was that there was a construction going on everywhere around the hotel. oNE OF THEM was right next... more

  Submitted by Ivan from cyprus on Jul 13, 2010

We were recommended this place by a colleague. We arrived and after a long ordeal in which they showed us two rooms (one in the main building and one in a far away building) we finally managed to check in. The front desk staff that was "helping" us barely registered our presence and was more interested in all the Turkish guests who kept interrupting our check in process. Unfortunately, this attitude seemed to be commonplace among all the staff. Their level of English was very low and even if... more

  Submitted by Steve Russell from England on Jul 5, 2010

Upon arriving at the hotel Six o clock at night saturday we wer shown to a bungalow as far away as you could get from the hotel. the paths to the bungalow were crumblig and the csurrounding area looked filthy I was very worried about security as it was very isolatedUpon entr there was alarge area of broken tiles on the floorI refused this room and was then given the keys for another,this turned out to be not what i booked but a single occupancy room I was going to leave when another room was shown... more

  Submitted by Mrs Glenys Kamara from Manchester on Jun 28, 2010

May/June 2010 I stayed at the Acapulco Hotel and can honestly say that the hotel was superb in every aspect. Food brilliant with loads of choice, bungalow very comfortable, pool and beach just wonderful. The hotel rep., Onur, was most helpful and informative and also the lady who was allocated to help English guests was always available and helpful. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.I've booked the hotel through this website which offered the best more

  Submitted by Jan from herts on Jun 4, 2010

We stayed here for 2 weeks. The first week was very quiet and we enjoyed the beautiful pool and superb beach. The second week was very full especially with Turkish from the Conference centre attached to the hotel. Our room was very good except it was in need or an update and the bathroom was very basic. We did have clean linen every day which we cannot complain about. Our balcony was on the 3rd floor and had a lovely view across the bay. Unfortunately the food was not up to 5 Star and after... more

  Submitted by Mark Phillips from UK on May 20, 2010

We really can't understand why there have been some poor reviews of this accommodation. It really does puzzle us! I suppose some people are just the complaining type or maybe it didnt suit them as a holiday base maybe. We went in early spring whilst it was still quiet and to avoid the summer rush. Every member of staff went out of their way to assist us and they were so friendly and helpful. Not only that but their English language skills were impressive and made things much easier for us.Our booking... more

  Submitted by Young from Larnaca on May 10, 2010

We stayed for 5 nights in April which was just prior to the busy season. As a result we had the pool, beach and sun loungers almost to ourselves so we enjoyed a very peaceful and fun stay. I have 3 children under 10 years and our companions had a teenager of 14 yrs. The hotel catered well for all of these ages and adults alike. The indoor and outdoor pool with slides were both a big hit and we all enjoyed relaxing by the pool and then on the beach for a change. Everywhere was clean and the staff... more

  Submitted by Simon Lander from London on Mar 1, 2010

I booked up for a two week trip away to Kyrenia after not getting chance to enjoy Christmas much due to a heavy work load, so this was an early holiday for 2010. I travelled with my wife and our small daughter (6 years old) and decided a bungalow suited our needs best. When we arrived the sun was shining and the surroundings really did look great. A nice view, some lovely gardens which were tended to well and a really attractive beach and coastline nearby. What more could we have wanted considering... more

  Submitted by Dennis Mercer from Episkopi, Cyprus on Feb 25, 2010

We had a truly great time at the Acapulco Hotel. Every single member of staff was extremely helpful.I was concerened with the amount of building work and bulldozers around the place and this should have been reflected in the price we paid due to the mud on the pathways plus lack of sunbeds on the beach.However, a great time was had by all. The food was great and plentiful and I would definitely return to this hotel.... more

  Submitted by Lee from Alone on Jan 27, 2010

A pretty hotel in a pretty setting. My friends have stayed there a lot and liked it, so I had thought I knew what to expect. I was very disappointed, I´m sorry to say. The biggestproblem was that the poor staff didn´t have enough English education. They really wantedto help, but it all ended in total confusion. So I just gave up and didn´t ask for anything more after a couple of rounds. I stayed in two different rooms( even though there were hardly any guests the first was set towards a group of... more

  Submitted by Steve from UK on Jan 12, 2010

We stayed at the hotel in a Deluxe Bungalow and found this too small after 1 night as ther were two adults and our 2 children.We upgraded to two connecting rooms which cost another £630 but was well worth it.The food was a bit of a let down but the Health spa was great also a nice clean sandy beach.Drinks are expensive but it is a nice relaxed hotel.There were some smoking areas in the hotel and we were suprised that when the no smoking ban started on January the 1st that everyone still smoked.We... more

  Submitted by Mike Jones from Paphos on Jan 11, 2010

This hotel was a great dissapointment and can only gain its 5 star rating based on the facilities rather than the service and food.Our room was small, there was no seperate shower, only 2 or 3 English speaking programmes on the TV, one of which was BBC entertainment which was a constant repeat of the same programmes, day after day after day. We had to pay extra for the rooms safe deposit box and laptop link-up and even fresh orange juice cost an extra 8 YTL per glass when we were on half-board.That... more

  Submitted by Lisa from Wallington, Surrey on Nov 12, 2009

Four of us stayed at the Acapulco at the end of October. Unfortunately, the weather changed as we arrived and we experienced a lot of rain. However, thanks to the excellent facilities, this did not detract from the enjoyable stay.The food and dining staff were excellent as were the spacious bungalows. The added bonus of a fridge in the bungalow was great, as we were able to buy our own drinks for the room, as the ones sold in the hotel were very expensive. The water slides were fantastic for both... more

  Submitted by Anne from Halifax, West Yorkshire , England on Nov 4, 2009

Four of us, of mature ages, stayed here for two weeks in October in two de-luxe villas set in attractive gardens. The villa was comfortable and clean with bedding and towels changed on a daily basis by the cleaning ladies. The refrigerator was welcome for our own drinks as we did find these expensive in the hotel. Television, we never turned it on.The weather was very good which meant we were able to make good use of the 'Relax pool' every morning. Here we could just sit on comfortable beds and... more

  Submitted by Simon, Ellie, Evie and George from Swansea, South Wales, U.K on Nov 2, 2009

We've stayed at the Acapulco twice, both times we had a bungalow set in the pretty grounds which was very spacious and clean. My one problem with the bungalows is that it is not possible to sit outside (no balcony/outside space) and there was no where to dry wet towels or swimsuits. The beds were changed daily, the a/c worked perfectly, and a fridge in the room meant we could keep drinks nice and cold. I would have liked a tea/coffee making facility as you get in most British hotels. The facilities... more

  Submitted by Martin from UK on Oct 19, 2009

'Rated' as a 5* but in reality it is a 3* at best, which is OK if you pay 3* prices. We had a half board package, breakfasts were good but the evening meal was very 'samey' and the hot food was generally cold by the time we got to eat it.The room we had was a good size and clean.The hotel is surrounded by a Turkish army base and the noise from the firing range was intrusive.Overall we would not go there again.Staff were friendly but vey disorganised, watching the waiters at work at the 'aqua bar'... more

  Submitted by Alexey Nasilov from St.-Petersburg on Oct 15, 2009

We stayed at the hotel for ten day in late September – beginning October. We had a bungalow in the grounds and the best thing about that was that it was so much more spacious and private than a hotel room. Our bungalow was very nicely furnished, bright and also very clean. The great thing about this Hotel is that it was right on the Beach with its own private cove. The weather was just perfect sunny and rather warm. We spent most days sunbathing and swimming. The hotel is a few km from Girne... more

  Submitted by Dr Ansari from UK on Oct 13, 2009

Hotel was initially hard to find owing to lack of clear signs on the main road. Parking areas were not marked so it was difficult to know where to leave the car & the security chap did not speak English. Check in was very slow as there was 1 employee to attend to several people. Although a 5-star hotel there was no offer of help with our bags. The room was nicely decorated & large but the loud noise from extraction units in the building opposite the room made it impossible to have the balcony... more

  Submitted by Tugba from London,UK on Aug 29, 2009

This club hotel has everything one would expect from a relaxing and nice holiday resort. All of the staff is very hard working and helpful. You do see them working all day long! The hotel is very clean, the rooms are furnished with modern furniture, TV, hair drier, fridge, all available. The rooms are really good sized. We stayed 3 adults in a room, and didn't feel on top of each other at all! It has been cleaned very well every day, given fresh towel. Also, the hotel gives you beach towels that... more

  Submitted by Krissie Coleman from Dorchester, England. on Aug 14, 2009

We stayed at the Acapulco Beach 3 years ago and were not disappointed. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The rooms were clean. The food was excellent with plenty of variety. The facilities were superb and the entertainment team were great fun. Lots of activities going on. Could not find fault with anything. Overall I had a fantastic and came back looking and feeling twenty years younger. Highly recommended.... more

  Submitted by Andrew from West Wales on Aug 10, 2009

I have just returned from a weeks' stay at a delux villa at the hotel, on a halfboard basisThe hotel itself is as described by the company, and would possibly equate to a UK four star standard, however, the villas are not, although, they are adequate. The hotel is approximately 10km from Kyrenia, therefore, out on a limb a liitle. The hotel prices for water, lunch etc, are a little overpriced, e.g, a can of Coke, 6TL, whereas in the town 1.55 TL.The complex best asset is the beach. Although the... more

  Submitted by Liz, AJ, Ellie and Hanna from Bristol on Jul 18, 2009

Took the family to the Acapulco, which were stressed-out husband AJ, two girls under 4 Ellie and Hanna, and me, their dog-tired Mum! We chose a bungalow for mroe space, and it was a wise choice - plenty of room, cool in the hot weather and very clean thanks to the maid who never seemed to mind if the girls left their stuff everywhere!Ellie and Hanna made lots of friends playing at the Aquapark, posh name for slides and pools, but the kids loved it. I liked the beach with its sun loungers and my... more

  Submitted by Holly from Romford on Jul 16, 2009

Went to the Acapulco with a few girl friends for a week doing nothing on a beach, and that's just what we did! Beach was great - long, sandy, with clear blue sea and sunloungers for everyone. Loved the beach bar for drinks and snacks, and if we got too hot, we just ran into in the sea! Didn't bother with the water sports - too much effort in the heat, as it was HOT HOT HOT!OK, we didn't spend ALL our time on the beach - we sat by the swimming pool as well! Most of us girls liked swimming in the... more

  Submitted by A Parry from Walthamstow on Jul 2, 2009

The Mediterranean is a great place for a beach holiday - if it weren't for the crowds in the summer. Which is why I always go early in the season to beach resort hotels - you get the sun but not the heat, the sand but not the crowds, and peace instead of endless noise from other people's untamed kids.So I had no hesitation in booking the Acapulco in that blissful time between Easter and summer half term, when the sun shines on those who are not tied to school holiday timetables! At this time of... more

  Submitted by Giacinto Giuliani from Rapallo, Italy on Jun 24, 2009

The hotel offered a large range of services all at top level.Perhaps I would have appreciated a "tipical" restaurant in addition to the excellent self service restaurant.The sea view from my room was wanderfull and all members of the staff were cooperative, polite and always at my disposal.The rate service/price is the best I found in both part of Cyprus.... more

  Submitted by Dr Lionel Parks from England on Jun 23, 2009

High quality hotel complex with extensive grounds including large swimming pool with slides and childrens area and quieter relaxing pool for adults only. Spacious and clean bedrooms with balcony large enough to sit out in comfort and ensuite facilities. Breakfast and dinner were eaten outside on an extensive terrace overlooking the beach with attentive waiter service. Range of food on self service was superb,at both meals.Extensive salads would please even the most demanding vegetarian,with a good... more

  Submitted by Steve R from Rotherham on Jun 7, 2009

Me and my partner stayed at the end of April for four days and found the hotel and staff very good . We had a private bungalow wich was very good just what we wanted for our stay. The room was cleaned every day and was left spotless.The hotel grounds and pools were very good and the location on the beach was superbThe food was very good and we would definitely book there again.o... more

  Submitted by eric dickens from Lincoln, UK on May 22, 2009

It's our 4th visit to the resort in 5 years and we are now 50+ years and like peace and quiet. We love the great beach and we think the food is great with a very good range for all, particularly the salads which are very fresh and varied.Hot food not bad either,good breakfast also.Atthough the resort is remote, it is a cheap, short trip by bus to Kyrenia, with regular pick-ups from the hotelIf you like a lot of entertainment and chips, this maybe not the best place for you, however the indoor pool... more

  Submitted by David from Scotland on Apr 21, 2009

I stayed at the hotel for a week with my young son who is 11yrs old and had a very good time.We stayed in one of the bungalows which was very nicely furnished bright, airy and also very clean. The facilities are very good the swimming pools are excellent and my son had a ball up and down the slides. The food was of a good standard plenty of choice both hot and cold dishes although sometimes not always what you might expect. The leisure facilities are excellent good indoor swimming pool and an good... more

  Submitted by Sara Bennet from Sussex on Apr 18, 2009

I've recently come back from Cyprus where I took my family for a weeks holiday. We looked through the brochures and decided upon the Acapulco Beach Club and Hotel as it was a 5 star and we wanted to splash out and treat ourselves a bit. The hotel was located quite close to the airport and the transfer took about 15-20 minutes which was good news for the children after a flight out here. We also liked that the Acapulco Beach Hotel wasn't very far away from the attractions such as Kyrenia Castle,... more

  Submitted by Mr & Mrs G Holmes from Romford on Mar 20, 2009

We were not 100% sure of visiting North Cyprus or a beach resort hotel like the Acapulco in February, but we're really glad we did. The Acapulco's nice sandy beach was clean, and although swimming was decidedly for the brave, the sunshine was lovely for just sitting and relaxing, (not so good if the wind was blowing). I also enjoyed just sitting in the bungalow and reading a book, something I just don't seem to find time for at home, despite being retired!Our bungalow was clean, neat and perfectly... more

  Submitted by Fran from Bournemouth on Jan 12, 2009

Stayed at the Acapulco Beach for two weeks half-board and had a great holiday. Flight was delayed so arrived late and tired. We checked in and were shown to our room which thankfully was really nice. It had loads of space although the furniture was a little old-fashioned. The bed was very comfortable and I slept like a dream every night.I heard that Cypriot staff were always friendly and helpful, and they certainly were here. I was very impressed with the hotel facilities, especially as it was a... more

  Submitted by Margaret & Roy Carter from Newport, Gwent on Jan 8, 2009

We went to the Acapulco this january and reckoned the hotel would be just as good as during the summer, but quieter. However, I suspect winter guests like us don't always get the best service. The staff seemed tired and not keen on working too hard, so everything took ages. Checking in after a long flight seemed to drag on for ages, but the hotel room with sea view was clean and comfortable once we got into it!I don't ever expect much from hotel food on package deals, just as well, the food was... more

  Submitted by Edith Westhouse from Bath on Nov 25, 2008

Stanley and I visited the Acapulco hotel in November to find a delightful location in North Cyprus. As a Mediterranean location the temperatures were much warmer than our Bath homeland. While the temperatures were not conducive to beach bathing or swimming they were wonderful for little walks along the sand. My husband and I found many evenings to watch the sunsets on the beach. The food was very healthy and good. The only negative in the trip was the lack of other attractions around the hotel.... more

  Submitted by Gainster family from Bury St Edmunds on Oct 17, 2008

First the good stuff. The Acapulco has the best and cleanest beach in North Cyprus, and our two small kids loved it. It was busy but not overcrowded (late September) and on a couple of days when the wind blew, the kids enjoyed the swimming pools instead. We got a bungalow which gave us space to relax, but it were dark and the air con was pretty much on its last legs. Staff were really friendly towards the kids. Food was uninspiring but loads of it, which pleased my ever-hungry husband. The not so... more

  Submitted by Beth Greene from Manchester on Oct 15, 2008

My fiancé and I decided to take a little trip to celebrate our engagement. We stayed at the Acapulco Hotel in Kyrenia due to the wonderful value on the vacation package we were able to obtain. Upon arrival we were shown to our little bungalow, which sat in just the right location to see the sea and beach. Acapulco Hotel is set on a private bay offering a quiet location for a romantic getaway. September was the perfect month to arrive in Kyrenia because most of the tourists were already gone... more

  Submitted by Emma Peterson from Warwick on Sep 19, 2008

All things considered, I would not recommend this hotel. Sure, the beach is nice, but you pay an exorbitant price for a bottle of water. All of the drinks in the complex are too expensive, and they don't let you bring in your own drinks from outside the hotel. I can understand this ok when it comes to making money in their bar from alcohol, but when it is so hot; it is just a rip off to make guests pay so much for water. There wasn't even any water provided for free with dinner. I was on holiday... more

  Submitted by Mary Elizabeth Stanton from Stratford- upon- Avon on Aug 29, 2008

I travelled to North Cyprus in August. The weather was still warm for sunbathing and a little swimming. My stay at the Acapulco Hotel was enjoyable in all areas. I was given a hotel with a view of the sea. It would have been nice to see the mountains from my room, but that was not possible. I was able to enjoy the mountains from the pool area. The pool was laid out well with plenty of loungers, and drinks were available. The hotel was full of a variety of guests from children, students, and... more

  Submitted by Paul from Bristol on Aug 27, 2008

Just returned from a two week family holiday in Kyrenia where we had a really great time. It was quite hot for the children, aged 6 and 4, being August, and as it was quite busy around the pool but there was plenty of shade. The aquapark was a great feature of the resort and all the children loved the chutes and slides. The beach was close by and the children enjoyed playing in the sand and cooling off in the shallow clear water. I can also recommend the kids club activities run by the hotel. The... more

  Submitted by Aysha and Sal from Birmingham on Aug 21, 2008

Had an an awesome time at the Acapulco with my friend Sal. best part is the beach - big, loads of sunbeds, really hot weather, warm sea, and a bar, right next to the hotel - brill! pool is big with waterslides, but lots of kids, so we stuck to the beach most of the time.Breakfast good and served for ages so you didn't have to get up early. Its a big hotel, so dinner took ages to come some nights, but it was really nice and tasty. drinks costs a lot, and we were really p****d off when a security... more

  Submitted by Steve Caldwell from Bristol on Aug 14, 2008

The Acapulco was a great choice for our family holiday. Cyprus is always reliable with the weather, with lots of sun! The hotel has an absolutely massive pool, with slides for the kids (ok, so maybe the adults enjoyed them too). The area around the pool was always clean and well maintained while we were there, and there seemed to be the right number of sunbeds for everyone. In case the pool isn't enough, the hotel has a private beach too, which is nicer than a lot of the stony beaches in Cyprus.... more

  Submitted by Sarah from Maidstone on May 25, 2008

The great thing about this Hotel is that it was right on the Beach with its own private cove. The weather in late May was just perfect, sunny and warm. We spent most days sunbathing and relaxing by one of the pools. The hotel is a few miles from Kyrenia, but there is a hotel shuttle bus which was very convenient when you want to go shopping.I was really impressed with the facilities at this resort – tennis, volleyball, basketball, fitness centre, Jacuzzi, Turkish baths (you must try!) and a great... more

  Submitted by Sophie Turnbull from Northampton on May 8, 2008

I wasn't sure if the Acapulco Resort Hotel would be the best place for a May holiday, but I was wrong! The beach is lovely and the weather was warm enough to sit out and just read, or look at the scenery - very relaxing. The swimming pool is impressive but with that lovely beach I couldn't see the point of it much! The resort was not full so you always could find a space to sit and relax - not sure that would happen at the height of the summer?The restaurant food was nice in the hotel, and the... more

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