Marion Hotel2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Having arrived late on the Friday I was greeted by an old gentleman who was very kind, whom assisted us with signing in. We were told that air conditioning would cost 5 euros per night if we required it. The rest just went downhill from there. Don't get me wrong the hotel itself isn't such a bad place, however the manager who was called Michael had the biggest attitude problem ever, in which I will soon explain. After sleeping there the first night without the air conditioning, we decided to pay some money in order to have the air conditioning on as we couldn't cope with the unbearable heat. So I went on to the reception and saw the manager who was called Michael. He asked me for the 5 euros and then told me to follow him up to the room where we was staying. He entered the room and walked over to the fan that was already in our room and already worked and turned it on. I then asked him why I needed to pay 5 euros for a fan that already worked prior to me even giving him any money. I then asked for my euros back as I believed I shouldn't have been charged for him to come up and turn a fan on that already worked. This is when he got aggravated and started to threaten to take away the use of this fan, and so I told him to go ahead and do what he wants as I wanted my money back. Michael then pulled the 5 euros out and gave it to me and stormed off yelling he'd be coming back to remove the knob off the fan. He returned with a screwdriver and some sellotape in which he removed the knob that operated the fan and sellotaped over it. He then said that if I was to tamper with the tape I would be charged. He then went on to explain how an air conditioner works (although the initial argument was about a fan and not an air conditioner). Apart from the manager Michael, the place wasn't so bad if you liked the look of a 1970s room, if you liked to swim in a pool full of flies and if you enjoyed sleeping in 50 degree heat indoors.. Oh and I forgot to mention the lift that moves faster than an Aventador. Only positive is Michael's father who was a very kind gentleman who was very hospitable on our stay.
We were in hotel only for one night, but it was great in Cyprus hotness, because it have swimming-pool. Surrounding is very calm and we had good rest. Actually we did'nt liked our bathroom, because it was old and not very estetic look-like. On the over hand - it's cheap, so it was nice stay.
i have booked holidays for my parents in that hotel. when i was booking i was checking few different countries. i didnt even thing about cyprus but when i saw price i decided to book full board (room only was much cheaper). few days before the holidays i have messaged hotel can i pay from my visa card. Hotel took (or blocked) money from my account, i explained its a gift as my mother doesnt have on her account so much money. Manager said no probem they wont take anything from my mom card (proof email). Few days before holidays hotel said they made mistake on the price and its not full board but room only. It took me few days to explain the situation with booking.com. Booking com said they have to give my parents food as it was what we have bought, i spend more than 100 euro on the phone. I would book different hotel or country if i know its not correct price!!! but 3 days before holidays i could do nothing. manager of the hotel was very bad on the phone, not nice and he was just shouting on me! But it was his fault to give wrong price!!! Booking.com did everythig what they could and my parents got a full board but the manager took a money from my mother card on the day they have arrived not from card as he promised (to that day money was bloced from my account and i saw i paying from my card but he unblocekd and took from my mom). I rung there and tried to talk why he did that but he was just shoting and said he doesnt want to speak with me any more and he hang out. those holidays coast me and my parents lots of stress!!! Not professional people own that hotel!!! and very rude!!!
Due to the cancellation of our flight we were allocated a room in the hotel by our flight operator Easy Jet, we had no prior knowledge of our destination. We arrived in the early hours approx. 5am. The room allocated was dated, the general appeal of the hotel was unclean, smelt of mothballs, a bad experience & end to a fabulous holiday.
Having decided to return to Cyprus, for a much-needed break, I booked a week's stay at The Marion Hotel; primarily after reading the various 'reviews', a few of which I'm certain, are fictitious...possibly authored by the competition. Because of the diverse spectrum of comments. I wished to experience this hotel first-handed. After all, the various hotel critics clearly rate this establishment highly enough to warrant recommendation. The Marion Hotel is an established, well-respected, friendly, family-run hotel. I found all the staff to be extremely courteous...and nothing was too much trouble for them; all you had to do is ask. I found the rooms to be spacious and clean, the breakfast was adequate...and the evening meals were also very good. The manager, Mr Michalakis Stylianou (Michael) was always very obliging and always there to help, as was his father. The only unpleasantness, I was witness to was from a Russian 'guest', who was adamant that she should be able to watch Russian television programmes in her room. I don't think she grasped the fact she was in Cyprus...and not the Costa del Russia! Perhaps she should have stayed at home or had the sense to take an electronic device to access Russian Television via the FREE WiFi provided!!. The grounds to the hotel were very pleasant, with a swimming pool that was cleaned regularly....without the usual floating dead flies,wasps...and other things, normally found in hotels which are supposedly in possession of a higher 'star-rating'. All in all, this was a lovely place to unwind and I will certainly return...and I would recommend this place to anyone, who seeks peace and tranquility.
Very outdated hotel. You get what you pay for I guess. Very very basic rooms. The pool is nice, not at all busy and you can bring food and drinks from elsewhere as the bar isn't open many hours and doesn't offer food anyway. Breakfast very basic but good. The owner at the reception is best avoided, VERY annoying! The good thing is you don't have to go past reception to go to pool or parking area so you can avoid him easily 😂 Polis and surrounding villages are lovely and quiet. Perfect get away!
The village polis itself was fantastic with its winding streets little tavernas.little coffee shops etc the people were charming as for the hotel we stayed in .it wasn't the best the manger Micheal was the most aragont person I've known .he needs a lesson in Customer care skills ...the hotel looked a throw back from the 70's definitely needs a face lift .I was too scared to use the air conditioning in case I Cought something. The breakfast was basic .on numerous occasions I had to ask for fresh boiled eggs because they were always undercooked..I WOULD DEFINITELY GIVE IT A MISS
When I booked the hotel it was for double room, when we arrived the bloke on the desk gave us a room with 3 single beds in a small room, it was very clostrophobic. The following morning told the bloke we had booked a double room and that was what we wanted he then gave us a room a few doors down which was better cos it was bigger but had a double bed and a single bed in it. I requested a fridge as I am diabetic and needed to keep insulin in it but he said they dont have one. The breakfast is rubbish, went down for lunch today they said they didnt have any food. The bloke on reception is the most miserable, unfriendly, ignorant person we have ever met. As we speak now the people in the next room are having a barbecue out on their balcony because they dont have any food in the restaurant, and you have to walk a fair way in order to have a meal.
The owner and family went out of their way to help and assist. The accommodation is clean and comfortable with a great swimming pool and bar for lazy days when you don't want to go out. Close by - is the town centre and great eateries with fresh Cypriot ingredients makes Marion Hotel an ideal stop.
Terrible place, I've traveled the world and stayed in hostels and this is the worst place I've ever been. It's dirty, there are hairs from previous tenants or cleaners everywhere. The maids don't change the sheets, just make the bed and empty the bins. The owner Michael charges for everything including €5 a day if you want to use your air conditioning! €5 a day if you want breakfast, which consists of cereal or toast. Wifi never works in the rooms and when it does it won't let you on. The beds are rock hard. The pillows are rock hard. The shower has no pressure! Your better off showering in the rain. The bath leaks, the water runs out faster than it goes in. The tennis court is a building site. The front of the hotel is a building site. There's no point in the curtains, they are useless. The decor is from the 70s. The bar by the pool is always empty & Michael (the owner) does not allow you to bring your own drink. (Even bottled water.) There are no safes or lock boxes in the rooms. There are no locks on the inside of the doors. There are no signs to put on the door Handel. (Do not disturb etc.) The maids knock on your door and enter regardless of what you say. The maids come about 9am and do not return if your sleep late and tell them to come back later. The plug socket in my room doesn't work, I had to take out the 1970s style hair dyer to plug my stuff in. Oh and there is no tea, coffee making facilities in the room. Or fridge. In all terrible, if I hadn't paid in full and only paid my deposit I would have walked out and counted myself lucky.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Outdoor pool
Marion Hotel places you 2.5 mi (4 km) from Latchi Harbour. This hotel has 57 rooms and welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Tombs of the Kings is 23.5 mi (37.8 km) from this central Polis hotel.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM.
All of Marion Hotel's 57 soundproofed rooms provide balconies or patios, phones, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and TVs. Beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
At Marion Hotel, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and an outdoor tennis court. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available 24 hours) for EUR 60 per vehicle. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, coffee/tea in a common area, and express check-in.
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56% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 116 reviews