This place gives you a relaxed beach retreat with five-star frills, from the ocean-view pool to the gourmet restaurant.
This elegant hotel gets great views across the Atlantic. It’s on the edge of a wide sandy beach, within nodding distance of Fuerteventura’s famous sand dunes. It also has two pristine sea-view pools.
At dinner time, you can take your pick between the upscale buffet or the gourmet à la carte restaurant. There’s a stylish spa, too, plus live evening entertainment, from piano music to cabaret.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner. With visits to the Krystal fusion restaurant included.
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There are sunbeds with parasols, and towels are complimentary. With lush tropical plants on the sun terrace and views of the beach.
The buffet restaurant serves up international dishes for breakfast and dinner. Plus, there's show cooking so you can watch meals being prepared fresh in front of you.
A shallow circle shaped pool, it's heated in winter and has sunbeds with parasols on the sun terrace.
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Twin Room with Balcony
These spacious twin rooms with light, wooden furnishings come with a balcony for that extra room outside. They also include air-conditioning, a bath, and an extra bed on request.
Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These spacious twin rooms with light, wooden furnishings come with a sea view and a balcony for that extra room outside. They also include air-conditioning, a bath, and an extra bed on request.
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3rd Year Review
We have recently returned from our third holiday in three years staying at the Tres Islas. We always ask for a room on the 4/5 floor with a sea view and have never been disappointed. The views overlooking the beaches are fantastic. The rooms are spacious and have plenty of storage. The cleaning ladies are excellent and the house keeper came to check that we were happy with the cleaning service twice throughout our week. There is a wide choice of foods during breakfast and evening meal. I have a dietary requirement and sometimes found it difficult communicating with the serving staff. I would like to thank the lovely lady who made the omelettes in the mornings. Two staff members were unsure if there were any other ingredients (other than eggs and seasoning) in the big jug of omelette mix so she would whisk up some eggs in front of me so that I knew that I could eat my omelette confident that I was not eating any ingredients that would make me ill. It would be great if ALL the dishes could be labelled so that people who have to avoid certain foods for medical conditions did not have to worry so much. We noticed that lots of people would put their towels out on to the sun beds around the pool very early in the mornings but this did not bother us as we spend our time on the beautiful beach. We came back to the pool bar to cool down and discovered a lovely new white wine which we cannot find back in UK! We went in to the town most evenings but we did notice that the couple of evenings that we did stay in the hotel the evening entertainment had improved a lot this year. This is a lovely hotel with friendly staff and I would recommend it to people who want a quiet hotel away from the busy town. Bus fare in to the town (for 2) was E2.80 and a taxi back to the hotel late in the evening was almost E10. There are no coffee/tea facilities in the rooms so we take our our travel kettle and supplies. The shop at the end of the road supplies just about everything you need and there is a fridge in your room which you can empty and refill with your own bought items.More
Beautiful hotel in stunning location
Just returned from a wonderfully relaxing holiday in this hotel with my husband and 15 year old daughter. The hotel is in an absolutely stunning location with two beautiful beaches on either side with pale gold sand and turquoise water. The hotel itself has two lovely pools which were never over busy. There were a good mix of ages with mostly older children who are relaxed and well behaved. Breakfast is plentiful with a wide choice of dishes, cooked items, breads, cereals, pancakes etc. There are two sittings in the restaurant in the evening at 6.30 and 8.30. Meals are buffet style with a good selection of dishes to cater for every taste with nightly show cooking. Service is swift with drinks orders taken as soon as you are seated. The poolside bars also offer lunches and snacks, the range of light lunches and snacks could be improved a little There are a good variety of drinks available in the evening but they are quite expensive. Evening entertainment is understated but this didn't bother us as we made our own entertainment playing cards etc. The room was clean and adequate for our needs (three sharing) The beds are a bit hard but we requested mattress toppers which helped with this. There is a supermarket about 10 minutes walk down the road where you can buy drinks and snacks. For a wider range of shops you can get a taxi to the main town which costs about 8 euros. Service overall is excellent and good value for the price we paid. We had a great time and would definitely go back to this hotel. More
Would not go back
Just back after a week at Riu Palace Très Islas Fuerteventura where do I start on arriving at hotel first impression mmmm not what expected outside was tired looking 2 large plant pot at entrance of hotel with not 1 flower in them not what you expect for 4* hotel(that old saying first impressions count) in this case not a good impression my husband and I have stayed in many hotels this is the first time we have booked Thomson and as it was a platinum we thought it should be good we can honestly say our first thought on arrival was what have we booked here friends of ours have stayed at Riu Hotels in Morocco and there hotel was stunning food excellent so we thought before we came great can't go wrong with this holiday Riu hotels should be good sadly 😒😒😒.Once inside reception area looked nice staff were friendly with complementary drink on arrival we were showed to dining room for a meal but not what we expected tables were set with covered plates my husband asked waiter for menu he said no menu there was no menu it was what was on table so in other words take it or leave it when to sat and took cover of plates we both looked at each other this is rated 4/5* no it certainly is not more like 3* also on arrival at dining room my husband was wearing knee length linen shorts dressey shorts was told he had to wear trousers in dining room we didn't have a problem with this so first meal NOT I had a bread roll as what was on plate did not look appetising looked like it had been sat there for hours so not of to a great start we knew this was not going to be what we expected .after a long day for us as we travelled from our home in Inverness to Glasgow to Fuerteventura we thought at least we will get hot meal at hotel considering it been rated4/5* after long day my first night dinner consisted of a bread roll at this point we just wanted to go to our room arrived at room 5th floor lobby was very very dark in need of make over we were thinking to ourself how is this rated a 4/5* hotel on entering room at this point we wanted to turn round and walk out room very very dated and dark looked like it has not had anything done to it in years nothing like we expected as for beds we sat down and thought it was going to fall apart never heard a bed make that kind of noise before and as it was twin beds they kept moving away from each other my husband looked for pillows as only 1 each have never stayed at hotel not even budget hotel where only 1 pillow each nothing in room with information how to contact reception etc etc things you expect when you are at a hotel basic information even premier inn / travel lodges seem better equipped at this point we were to tired after such a long day certainly not what you expect from 4/5*stayed in better premier inn least beds are comfortable after a very uncomfortable night woke up next morning now we paid extra for room with sea view /balcony view of sea was lovely BUT it was side view over looking staff car park and hotel rubbish skips this is what we paid extra for 😰 we were like why did we come here it's a real shame as hotel is next to a beautiful beach as for balcony we couldn't sit in it of any evening as there was no light again never had this with other hotels we stayed at.pool area looked ok nothing special again don't want to be negative but have stayed at better thought as this hotel is on Thomson Platinum it would be ok but sadly this was not the case we just had to make the most of our week staying at this hotel went to dinner sat at a table started our dinner when we were approached by think a head waiter saying you have to see me to be given a table to sit at I have this couple telling me you are at there table much to our embarrassment as other guests were looking my husband said sorry but we were not told this how are we suppose to know now on arriving night before only thing guy at reception said do you want dinner 6.30 or 8.30 he never told us we had to be allocated a table again never experienced this at any other hotel nor was there any information in room saying this is what you have to do. staff were friendly and work very hard.our second night we had a rude awakening room next to us sounded like they were having party again for this type of hotel rated4/5* not the kind of thing you expect (we know hotels don't know what kind of guests will be staying at there hotel )my husband went to call reception phone was not working this was at 2.15 in morning music blaring from room next door shouting boor banging this point enough was enough my husband went down to reception he came back some time later no 1 at reception my husband went round looking for someone to help with noisy guests shouting hello no one about reception phone was ringing constantly my husband said not one member of staff around noise still going on in room next to us guy from room was running up and down corridor with his shorts round his ankles and not wearing any underwear and he was in his fortys not a teenager so I went down to reception at 3am still no one around on going back to our room other guests were out of there rooms looking as to where noise was coming from I asked young couple to phone reception as our phone was not working eventually after nearly hour guy came to room next to us to speak to noisy guests.only our second night and so far it's certainly not been up to expectations.next morning after a noisy night and little sleep we went to reception to complain they said they have spoke to guests in ? as they had lots of complaints from other guests women at reception said as it was a Sunday only one member of staff was working a hotel that big should have more than just one member of staff at night what if there was a emergency how would 1 member of staff manage on his own?explains how my husband and I could not find anyone at reception again hate to go on but not what you expect for 4/5* also spoke to our rep who said they can't do anything about that but complaint was noted if it continued to go back and see them not the response we expected.we tried to make the best of a bad situation and enjoy our holiday went out for the day from hotel we on a boat trip which was good had lovely day on returning to hotel went to our room it had been cleaned well say cleaned beds made I went to take a shower no towels were left my husband had to go to reception to get some again not the sort of thing you expect from a hotel like this .food was not great very repetitive and for your evening meal you don't even get one drink with evening meal not even water you have to pay extra again other hotels which we stayed at with half board you always get your first drink with dinner then you get charged if you want more. evening entertainment was terrible apart from acts from outside nothing during day no entertainment or activities again found that strange.going back to my husband on arrival been told he had to wear full length trousers for dinner which we didn't have a problem with as it was hotel rules that's fine but during our stay that week some women were coming to dinner in tiny shorts and I mean tiny not even dressy so how can women get away wearing this to dinner but men have to wear full length trousers thought rule about dress would apply to both but not the case at this hotel.we eat out a few times in Corralejo which was nice plenty of restaurants to choose from our last night at hotel we eat at there a la carte oh my what can I say very disappointing staff were friendly but I left there very hungry did not eat much a few fork fills think staff knew themselfs as waiter sort of gestured to us he knew it was not good.but it was our last night and we were glad to be leaving and we certainly will not be returning or recommending to any one we know which is real shame as the beach is beautiful and Corralejo it selfs is nice just shame this hotel is stuck in a time warp really needs a major over haul and improving sorry Thomson first time we have booked with you guys think we would think twice as to book with you again if you want guests returning to need to make sure hotels are to standard don't know why this hotel is in your platinum range as our experience from other hotels / holidays with other tour operators have had much better and they are not even regarded as platinum .know you will get some negative things and things need improving from your holiday but our experience with this holiday has not been good very disappointing to say the least especially when it cost so much as you expect if you pay that bit extra you will get what you pay for but unfortunately what it cost us and what we got are not the same paying for 4/5* but getting 2/3* so very very disappointed.😒😒😒More
Excellent hotel in an excellent location
We have stayed at many great hotels around Europe but this one was the best for us. First of all, the location; set on the amazing white and soft Corralejo sands, to the south of the hotel the Grand Playa has a wide sparkling beach and turquoise rolling waves and although it does get busy with families in the afternoon, it is very quiet for a morning or evening walk. Out of the back of the hotel to the north, Flag Beach is one of the most picturesque in the world with a fantastic view over to the nearby island of Lobos and Lanzarote beyond that. Further to the north just before you reach Corralejo town, there is the kite surfers beach and plenty of coastline for surfing. There is a naturist beach 700m to the north and a gay naturist areas about 2km to the south of the hotel so the beaches cater for everyone. We were there in late July and the temperatures were a pleasant 29C every day with a cooling wind although the sun strength is extreme around 2pm so bring your factor 30 and a sun hat if you plan to be out on the beach at that time. If you get a room with a sea view, it is spectacular, particularly to the north where you can see the sun rise at 7am and set at 9pm on the other side of the island. The rooms are big enough and there is a fridge for you to store your cold drinks (once you take out the expensive mini-bar offerings). The pool area is quiet and even though it does get busy in the late afternoon, is still relatively peaceful as there are no organised games or jolly animations team trying to make you enjoy yourself. As a result, there are relatively few children and those who are there, are well behaved and relaxed. The hotel does attract quieter families and couples but the age range is wide from early 20’s to late 70’s with mainly German, Spanish, French and British guests. Despite some of the scare reviews on here, there was never a problem finding a sunbed, even in the late morning. We like to go up early and each day picked a spot looking over the beach and were often the only people out until 10.30. As long as you don’t flop out of bed in the afternoon and expect the best places by the pool to be waiting for you, there is not a problem. If you are looking for more activity during the day you can go over to the sister hotel at the Oliva Beach Resort which has more loud families, tattoos and smokers. Finally, the restaurants; Señor Thomas and his staff are excellent, they are very attentive and the quality of the food matches the service. There is a huge variety and as you are allocated your table for the week, there is no problem taking your time to select your food from the buffet and coming back to the table to find that someone else is sitting at it. Even though the 2 sittings are quite busy, there is always a plentiful supply. If you are allocated the 20:30 sitting and prefer the 18:30 slot, just see Señor Thomas and he will reallocate you. You should also try the Krystal a la carte dining room downstairs which is free to half board guests. The food is fantastically presented in a luxurious dining room which is select, quiet and stylish. We visited it twice and there were only 5 couples in the first night and 3 the next which is a nice alternative to the main dining room with 300 people in it. Prices for drinks in the hotel are expensive but there is a well-stocked and inexpensive supermarket 600m from the hotel at the junction with the main road. We bought all our lunches and drinks there for the week and only spent 50 euros. You can buy a litre of Absolut Vodka for 15 euros which is about the price of 4 cokes in the hotel. We would definitely go back to the Riu Palace Tres Islas and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for excellent food, glorious beaches and quiet relaxation.More
The Best Hotel!!
We have just returned from our second holiday to this wonderful island & the best hotel we could ask for. It has never been our policy to return to the same hotel two years running but for the first time we had to break the rule!! We were not at all disappointed this time around. Although nothing has been updated since our last visit, the cleanliness is second to none. Rooms cleaned to perfection every day, pool area cleaned thoroughly & clean towels available daily from 8.00 am. Unlike some hotels there was never a rush for sun beds with plenty available. Makes a change from getting up at dawn!! The location of this hotel is what we like, in the dunes national park. Far enough away from everything but only a car/ taxi ride away from the town. We hired a car for three days which you can do quite easily from just down the road. The roads are fantastic to drive on, nearly all new & easily sign posted. It doesn't take long to go east to west coast, plenty of places to stop & take a look. If you like surfing or kiting then this is the destination for you. Food, both breakfast & evening meal, we couldn't fault it although some of the guests could have better manners. The only negative points I would make is that we do like to dress for the evening meal & this hotel does have a dress code although on this occasion we found that to be a little less adhered to. Shorts are not allowed but one person did & nobody told him not to. Also, if long trousers are the code it would be nice if ladies do not wear day shorts. One female wore the same sports attire for the evening & still had the same on during the day. Just an opinion but people's dress did seem to go from one extreme to the other. All of the waiters are so friendly & very attentive. Always there to help with a smile. The only other negative point to make would be having to pay for the room safe, two weeks 40 euros. Altogether a fantastic two week holiday. We miss the beach already & the wind cooling you down. A very friendly hotel that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend.More
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