The pool scene gets the thumbs up here. The main one comes up pretty big while the other is a curvy number surrounded by glossy palms. Not only that but there's even a whirlpool bath thrown in the scene. Heated in winter at the manager's discretion.
Located in the annexe, these comfy family rooms sleep up to four - you'll have a twin bedroom, plus a lounge with 2 extra beds. For outside space, you'll have a balcony or terrace, while inside, there's essentials like satellite TV and a mini-fridge. Air-conditioning is at the managers discretion. Some of these are split over two floors with stairs.
These family rooms have plenty of space, with a separate lounge area with dining table and chairs, 2 twin bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. They come complete with a balcony or terrace, plus essentials like satellite TV and a mini-fridge. Just so you know, these rooms are located in the annexe, separate to the main building and air-conditioning is at the managers discretion.
You are a 60 years old couple looking for a big hotel offering tours and organizing your day around two swimming pools (one for swimming, the second for quietness), a Jacuzzi and a beautiful and large white-sanded beach with several shades of emerald and blue water?
General access (desk, rooms, restaurant, pools, bars...) for people suffering for a physical handicap.
You are a kite-surfer willing for a place to go with your team close to two windy spots?
This is a place to go!
Every day you will have a large choice of balanced buffets (there are also a local Canadian food and a Chinese restaurants).
Every evening you will have a drink around the pools, or enjoy the karaoke, or maybe dance a while.
Every place here is super clean. The service is very kind and the reception really efficient (including helping find a cab to the airport).
Bad points: the mini-club for children (age, hours and languages), disco (hours and music), few things to do (evenings and nights) for people aged 30/50. WiFi not free, and only at the reception.
Ageing decoration and furniture. Yet clean and wide rooms.
Customers mostly German, then English. Few Russians and Italians. Very few French people!More
This is how All Inclusive should be done.
As a dad of two boys aged 12 and 14, and a husband to someone who doesn't want me to mention her age, we pretty much need it all from an 'All Inclusive'.
Simply put, there is no area that this hotel is found wanting. There is more than enough good food, in more than enough good restaurants for more than enough hours in the day. The beach and pools are fantastic, the staff friendly and very helpful and the bars are well stocked too.
We've been three times now, for good reason.More
K Smith S, 675738
Hotel with noisy restaurant and Cacophony - Concerto of Chairs Missing felt glides
1- The employees are all very friendly and polite
2- It is a 3 star hotel, not 4 stars, as it is often stated:
a- Restaurant: Missing felt glides under chairs and tables.Imagine when at least 200 chairs simultaneously be moved back and forth: 3 x times Daily cacophony. at breakfast, lunch and dinner, the chairs, which arises and causes unpleasant noise.
Pizza preparation evening: The ingredients, such as diced tomatoes, onion, cheese spread over pizza dough without gloves. I complained in vain because of the noise and lack of hygiene. ,
2- We were in the preseason -April- since, air conditioners were turned off and we have could not sleep well because of the cold. Hotel give us a little extra winter blanket. Now the blanket also smelled not pleasant. You could smell the body odor of the predecessor with different scents!
We protested in vain.More
Excellent week in the sun
Stayed as a couple 13-04-16 and was very impressed from start to finish, quick and easy registration procedure nice room with sea view on 3rd floor we should have been in the annexe which is set behind the main hotel but emailed the hotel requesting the main building which was successful and for us a good move as the annexe is very popular with families with young children and the kids club is situated there, so if you like it a bit quieter send an email.food was good, plenty of choice and replenished regularly, all meals are buffet type including the two speciality restaurants, the canarian and the asiatic, we went to both , the asiatic is well worth doing, book a day in advance. Rooms a bit dated but clean and as reported by others the staff are first rate. Bus stop 200 yards away bus every 30 mins to Correlejo. Lovely beach , all in all its a cracker.More
Good family Easter break
This was a sort of last minute decision we due to go to Egypt but with the trouble we decided to swap to Fuerteventura, we had been to another hotel 2 years previous and enjoyed the area. Having stayed in RIU before we thought this would be a good choice has they have 1 bedroom rooms. As in previous reviews yes the hotel is old and in need of some updating but it is spotless and staff are always cleaning and our cleaner I must say was the best we have ever had.
We went with Thomsons and normally we go with Thomas Cook and Thomas Cook I have to say are much better the reps were hopeless!!! from the airport to the resort!
On the whole the holiday was good cant complain about the food or drinks we all really enjoyed it, the staff were all very friendly.
We went at Easter time and the weather was mixed good at the start and rain and clouds towards the end and it was very cold in the evenings.
The location is wonderful the beech is beautiful and gives the Caribbean a run for its money.
Would I go again? maybe but the world is a big place and lots of other places to go but on the whole we had a good holiday.More