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Jasmine Hotel Apartments
Ranked #46 of 57 Hotels in Limassol
Stavanger, Norway
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“Reasonable”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 September 2013

We stayed for 3 nights. It was reasonable and spacious. It is on the tourist area and not far from the beach. We didn't use the swimming pool, but it looked ok. The only problem was the internet. No internet access unless you are sitting in the lobby.

  • Stayed August 2013, travelled as a couple
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London, United Kingdom
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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 20 August 2013

The hotel itself looked pretty good, it was clean and the pool was really nice. However, our room did have a lot of problems e.g. a blocked sink (which the employees did nothing about), the toilet light went out now and then and although it was helpful for a maid to come and clean the rooms (she stole one of our towels and doesn't clean the floor very well). Maybe she was new. To get the barrier for the car park to open so we could leave was always a hard task that required patience. Overall, I would not stay at this hotel ever again because it wasn't worth the money!

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  • Stayed July 2013, travelled with family
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Port Hope, Canada
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 May 2013

Awesome place. The apartments were very clean and well equipped. Beautiful pool. Staff were friendly and very helpful.Lots of good eating houses locally as well as several bars.Good supermarkets within walking distance if you would like to self cater. Limassol itself is just lovely with lots of shopping and quaint stores with local hand crafted goods....

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  • Stayed June 2012, travelled with family
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Keighley, United Kingdom
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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 May 2013

We stayed in a studio apartment facing the road, which was very noisy. As it was also very hot, it was a shame we couldn't really sit out there, nor have the doors open, so had the air-con on quite a lot (which worked quite well). We did ask to move to a quieter room on the poolside but they wanted 10 euros a night extra, so we stayed put. The apartment itself was a little shabby, especially the bathroom, although they did fit a new shower head while we were there, which was a big improvement on the leaky affair which was there to start with. We also kept finding cockroaches (mainly baby ones) crawling around in the bath, but also 2 massive ones appeared. We did not complain about this at the time because I was afraid they would come and douse nasty chemicals all over the place, and I know from experience that the smell of cockroach spray makes me feel very nauseous.
The food was the worst thing really, very boring breakfasts, the same thing every day, except when the baked beans ran out and they put tinned red kidney beans out instead! Sometimes the bread was really stale and dry too and the fruit salad was always the same finely chopped apple and orange. They could've varied it a bit or provided some nice yogurt to go with it or something, but they didn't. Dinners were the worst with very little choice. They come and ask you in the morning what you want out of 2 choices and they were repeated after one week. Some things were repeated more often - I had onion soup about 4 times (it was the best of all the soups, but I would've preferred more choice overall).
The swimming pool was the best bit for us, except for one day when some local kids took over and were running wild, dive-bombing and chucking balls around and being very noisy.
This could be a very nice little hotel with a few adjustments, but we didn't like Limassol itself as it is set on a very busy dual-carriageway which runs parallel to the beachfront. Even when you try to get away on a bus somewhere else, it involves waiting by this horrendously busy road which dominates the whole area. Don't expect to breathe any fresh air here!
If you do fancy trying this hotel (because it is cheap or something), I would definitely recommend getting a room on the poolside and going self-catering.

Room Tip: Poolside is quieter.
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  • Stayed May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Nitra, Slovakia
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 8 May 2013

We were there 3 days in April,2013.
We can recommend this hotel for very reasonable price,
hotel is suitable also for family, the room was clean and with very well equipped kitchen
tourists from Slovakia

  • Stayed April 2013, travelled with friends
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Larnaka City, Cyprus
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 April 2013

This is nice hotel situated in Limassol.It is near the beach near night life clubs cafes pubs, near banks and attractions. The staff was nice but did not care that much of the person staying there. they didnot pay too much of attention. But they were polite. We stayed several times there. First time we stayed there the fridge of our room did not work. as we were there to stay for 5 nights we took food with us costing over 50 euros and the fridge did not work. It took them 2 days to fix it for us. The next time we went everything was fine about the kitchen. so maybe it depends on the room they give you. Rooms are nice with romantic lighting. Noisy in the mornings though. Actually it s not too expensive to stay there so I beleive for the price you pay it is a good value for money. I would go back

  • Stayed June 2012, travelled with friends
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Dorset UK
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 29 March 2013

First, a couple of 'scene-setters' so that you know where we start from:
• My wife and I, in our mid-60s now, are seasoned travelers having experienced everything from luxury hotels to extremely basic accommodation in developing countries. We booked a 1-bedroom apartment at the Jasmine.
• This particular break was taken in March which is really before the season gets going in Cyprus and we found that many restaurants and other facilities had not yet opened.
• We coincided with the banking crisis that hit Cyprus in March 2013

Limassol as a resort benefits largely from its position. Being fairly centrally located along the south coast is a distinct advantage if you are looking to travel around the island rather than staying close to 'home'. We rented a car and were frequently pleased that our chosen destinations for the day were in easy reach without having to spend too many hours on the road. Having said that, you should be aware that Limassol is a big town and the hotel is situated in a fairly busy street. If you are looking for small and quiet then this may not be the place for you; just be aware of what you are going to before committing yourself to that booking. I would be reluctant to judge too hastily since, as I mentioned, our break was out of season but my impression of Limassol as a town and the sea front area was one of a somewhat uncared-for place. It was rather untidy and there seemed to be little attempt being made to prepare for a tourist season.

As I mentioned, Jasmine Hotel Apartments is situated on a busy road close to the junction with the main sea-front road. Unless you are a particularly heavy sleeper you will find that any room on the street side of the building will be noisy. This is not confined to the daytime as the refuse bins are emptied at around 3.30am by a very noisy truck. We asked to change rooms within a short time of arriving and were fortunate to be given an apartment on the pool side of the building, 3rd floor.

The apartment itself was very pleasant with a good sized sitting room incorporating a small kitchen area and having access to a small but usable balcony. The kitchen was rather basic, having a small fridge and a just a 2-ring electric hob; no oven or microwave. Since we had booked half-board this didn't concern us too much but anyone looking to completely self-cater would be challenged to be very creative. The bedroom was also of a good size but had two beds pushed together rather than the double we should have preferred. They were just about comfortable enough but we were rather surprised to find the standard of bed linen and also the towels were quite worn and less than impressive. In the bathroom there was a toilet, wash basin and bath with shower over. The mixer tap fed only the shower and if you like to take a bath you will have to fill it using the shower head.

Outside of the apartment itself the hotel was generally of a reasonable standard if a little basic. Decor is plain and the corridors have an 'institutional' feel to them. You should also note that the no-smoking laws we are now accustomed to in the UK do not apply here and towards the end of our stay the corridors were taking on a distinctly smokey smell which even penetrated to the apartment itself at times.The dining room is small but adequate and is open directly to both the reception and bar areas. During our stay of 3 weeks we found the radio/TV piped into the area in Greek a little intrusive and it was only late in the stay that I discovered a volume control, which I took the liberty of using!

As stated, we had taken half board so had breakfast and evening meal included. Breakfast was a simple, adequate but not generous buffet style and did not vary from day to day. The chronically slow, 2-slice toaster often caused a 'traffic-jam' at breakfast time and I would imagine in high season would be a significant bone of contention! Both the coffee and the tea could have been of a better quality and the large flask-like jugs were a bit hard to handle, especially for some older guests.

The included evening meal was disappointingly limited to a choice from two options but was generally of a fairly good standard. One exception was the quite evident use of frozen vegetables which could be very over-cooked and soft to the point of being watery. Personally I don't like the current fad for virtually raw vegetables that seems to taken over the world of cuisine but there is a middle way! During our 3 weeks we saw menu items repeated rather more than should be necessary. Desserts were often uninteresting and again, of a very limited variety. Considering the availability of tasty and interesting patisserie in the bakeries, we felt that this matter could have been easily addressed at little extra expense. I understand that a wider choice was available on an a-la-carte menu but cannot verify the extent to which this was actually present. Having said this, we were occasionally offered a chance of saying what we would like to eat in the evening when we went to place our order the same morning. This was particularly helpful on an occasion when my wife could not eat either of the offered options and the manageress/owner? was very helpful in offering an acceptable alternative.

In spite of its initial disappointments we found the Jasmine growing on us in the course of 3 weeks. All the staff were friendly and tried their best to be helpful. We particularly liked the small, family-run atmosphere in contrast to some large, anonymous hotels and felt that we got to know the staff a little during our stay. We are both familiar with the hospitality industry and could see that with some attention to detail and general raising of standards the Jasmine could be a very nice little hotel. Their target is clearly the value end of the market and they would need to apply the changes wisely in order not to lose that advantage but I am sure that it could be done and would be to the advantage of both guests and themselves.

So, overall, would I recommend the Jasmine? The answer has to be a guarded, "Yes". If you can accept the limitations and are looking for small, value and friendly rather than high quality then you will be ok at the Jasmine. If all the trappings of a luxury hotel are important to you then this may not be the place for you.

Room Tip: Avoid the street side of the building if at all possible. Pool side rooms are far quieter and I woul...
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  • Stayed March 2013, travelled as a couple
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Property: Jasmine Hotel Apartments
Address: 7 Panayioti Tsangari Str, Limassol 4063, Cyprus
Region: Cyprus > Limassol District > Limassol
Amenities:
Business Centre with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Restaurant Swimming Pool
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Ranked #46 of 57 Hotels in Limassol
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Hotel Class:3 star — Jasmine Hotel Apartments 3*
Number of rooms: 46
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