This place gets the balance between adult-focused and child-friendly just right.
There’s a yin and yang to this place. There’s a quiet adults pool and a pirate one for children. Then there’s an adults-only bar, and a Thomson Kids’ Club in July and August 2015. And the outdoor cinema that appeals to all.
Location-wise, shops and restaurants are a 5-minute walk away, and the old town is about a 10-minute drive. You can be on the beach in just a couple of minutes.
Free bottle of sparkling wine and cake for birthdays and anniversaries
Food & Drink
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 à la carte visit per stay to the Karavi Tavern or Agora à la carte.
Selected local-brand alcohol, house wine, draught beer and soft drinks until midnight, and afternoon tea and coffee.
Midnight snacks. Local soft ice-cream. Afternoon biscuits.
Offering a range of treatments to help you unwind and relax, such as a sea salt glow, body wraps, facials and aromatherapy treatments. If you'd like to cool-off after some pampering there's an indoor pool. You're entitled to one visit to the sauna as part of your holiday package. Massages are available from 8am until 8pm.
Designed for 3 to 11 year olds, Thomson Kids’ Club offers two hours of activities, five or six days a week. And that includes at least three evenings. It’s split into sections, with Tots for 3 to 5 year olds, Team for 6 to 8s, and Tribe for 9 to 11s. Best of all, most kids’ clubs activities are completely free. And outside of peak season, there are parent and toddler sessions three days a week, too. For your peace of mind, all Thomson Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least two of them on duty at all times.
With a range of international buffet meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Late breakfasts are also available from 10.00am - 10.30am. An à la carte menu is available in the evenings. You can use your free à la carte visit at this place, when staying All Inclusive.
Superior double room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children, with a double bed and a double sofa-bed for 2 children up to 12, a mini-fridge and a TV with English-speaking channels. There's also tea and coffee facilities, bathrobes, slippers, a CD player and fruit and wine on arrival. Air-conditioning is available May-October, depending on weather conditions.
Back home after our 4th fantastic holiday at this exceptional hotel. Staff were typically welcoming and friendly as always, food and drink to a usual high standard. Entertainment all good fun, something always going on. I would recommend this hotel to any family, just don't get stressed about getting a sun-lounger in the morning ð rules are simple!!!More
Just returned from a fantastic week away at the Atlantica Oasis hotel. The hotel staff are very friendly and work hard to keep the hotel clean. The food is very nice and there is plenty of variety.
The only disappointing aspect was having to be by the pool at 6.30am to get sun beds. Make sure you don't leave your towels on sun beds un-attended before 8am otherwise they will be removed.
Even though you are all inclusive you have to give your room number and sign for drinks and snack etc.
if you want pool towels you have to pay â¬20 deposit.
The public beach is a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel, worth a visit the entrance is just passed MacDonalds on the opposite side of the road.
The entertainment is ok, there is cash bingo every night which was good fun.
The bar opposite the hotel had karaoke, we had friends in a room which overlooked the road, the singing went on till 2am!More
Karen M, Watford, United Kingdom
Brilliant Hotel let down by poor entertainment
Just got back from a lovely two week holiday at Atlantica Oasis. This has been the third year on the trot we've spent at this wonderful hotel. I agree with all the positive reviews of the rooms, the superb food and the excellent staff (especially Demtrius).
I know what people mean about the surrounding area but I it didn't really matter to us.
There were one or two things we did notice that had declined since our previous visits. Apart from Goran, Vicky and the new guy James (who was particularly brilliant) the rest of the entertainment team were very poor. Nice, polite and above all introverted young ladies. One young girl who really couldn't sing was shoved up on the stage and it was frankly embarrassing and I felt very sorry for her. The lady calling the bingo was a good cure for insomnia and even when I had one number left for the 300 euro full house I was still bored.
The Russians were their usual charming and polite selves and there were more of them than in previous years.
Our 16 year old son thought there wasn't anything at all for his age group and spent most of the evenings partying hard in the local night clubs.
Probably won't be going back next year but that's not a reflection on the hotel, but we would like a change.
One final thing, when we checked at 1:00am we were greeted by Beethoven's Funeral march over the PA in the reception. Priceless. Fortunately the holiday didn't reflect this choice of music and we would recommend it (especially if the entertainment team is overhauled)More
Richard M, London, United Kingdom
Fab holiday & great hotel
We had a fantastic time at this hotel in July. Having never been all inclusive before but holiday with a 6 & 1 year old we were very impressed with the standard of good at this hotel. All staff were very accommodating & the hotel reps were fab, especially Gill & Carolina. My girls loved the mini disco & we enjoyed the bingo & entertainment. Our room was lovely. We got a taxi to for 8 euros & visited the old town & the new marina which was lovely. The waterpark was fab too & great value for money. I wouldn't hesitate to stay at this hotel again :-)More