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 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.
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.
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Lacking the wow factor.
We have frequented several Riu Palace hotels, but the Riu Palace Tres Islas is missing something. Don't get me wrong, but the staff, food, room, were well above average. The pool area, appeared to be of a sub standard of cleanliness we have encountered in other Riu Hotels. The prices in the bar are extortionately high. One glass of beer, (for an extra euro at the adjacent supermarket you get 6 500ml cans) need I say more. My wife was not a fan of Fuerteventura and the hotel is not up to the standard of the Riu Palaces we have stay in before.More
bob r, 504150
Our second visit to Tres islas and my 8th time to Correlejo.We travelled as 5 adults with Thomson. This is a lovely hotel, a little dated in its decor but spotlessly clean. The hotel has some nice touches like prosecco on your arrival and your bags taken to your room. 20 euros to rent a safe for the week.The rooms are cleaned twice a day with complimentary toiletries and fluffy dressing gowns. Huge beds which i know some people have commented they are hard, they are hard but this was fine for me so i guess its just personal preference. The food is excellent, alot of choice and is excellent quality the drinks though are quite pricey. Although most nights we went into the resort centre and the drinks are far cheaper there. The hotels location is amazing, the beaches are gorgeous. Can be a bit windy sometimes but the beaches in the resort centre are also really lovely and out of the wind and great for children.The hotel is quite away from the town centre or at least it's a long walk about 5 kms but it's about 5 minutes or so in a taxi costing 8 euros. There is also a bus but as 5 adults a taxi was equal in price. Great pool area and Jacuzzis although the usual towel on sunbed at 6 in the morning is the only way you will get one until late afternoon. The hotel caters mainly as an adult hotel although there is a nice children's pool, I wouldn't really recommend it if you want children's clubs or entertainment for children. The hotel tends to attract more the middle aged couple. Throughly enjoyed my stay here. More
another wonderful relaxing holiday
Returned last week from our holiday at the Tres Islas. This was our 9th visit, and it is like home from home. We know the hotel will be spotlessly clean, food will be excellent, and staff will remember you and make you feel welcome. This hotel and its location offer us everything we want from a holiday; the beach is absolutely beautiful, although we has red flags all week, and my husband is a swimmer, but he did not mind. We do not have to be entertained every evening, so a walk and a drink suit us fine. This is not a hotel to bring small children to, in fact I do not know why Thomson don't make it an adult only hotel, there are no facilities for children or Kids clubs, and the guests are all retirement age. No groups of lads shouting and coming up to bed drunk. If you are looking for a peaceful relaxing quiet holiday, this is the hotel for you, if you want anything else, I am sure you will find it in another hotel. Lets keep this one exactly as it is.More
Just returned from a very relaxing week at the Tres Islas
We travelled to the Tres Islas as a couple and this was our third visit. We booked with Thomson holidays and the flights and transfers were all pretty good and it felt good to be back at this hotel. If you are looking for a nice relaxing holiday and are happy to entertain yourselves then this is a good hotel to chose. The pool area is very clean and well tended, two large pools both quite cold but didn't stop us at all. You do need to get up quite early to reserve your loungers as they are pretty much all gone after 9. The buffet style dining is easy going and the food is of a good standard, plenty of choice and all very fresh, if you are looking for fine dining then this is not the place for you, its good quality but not fancy. The hotel itself is a touch dated, could do with a bit of an facelift, especially the corridors and bedrooms, beds were hard and squeaky but again this is not the Ritz and still feel that the Tres Islas represents good value for money. I would say that the Thomson star rating is just that, awarded by Thomson and should not be considered as the usual star rating that you would expect to measure standards internationally. All in all, great pool area, lovely sandy beach, nice enough food, friendly staff - a restful week doing nothing and not expecting a la carte or anything too fancy; suited us and we felt it was good value. We will return as we know exactly what we are getting, when we want 5 star luxury we will book it, when we want a cost effective week away in the sun then this will do nicely!More
Penelope A, 186338
This was our fifth year in a row at this hotel and yet again it did not disappoint .Five years may seem excessive but on talking to other guests from both the UK and Germany we were among the lower amount of return years. The front desk staff were again very impressive and managed to book us in and get us to the room very quickly with a glass of bubbly to assist the form filling. The rooms though not that modern are very comfortable with plenty of hanging space and a safe ,if required. The food both at breakfast and dinner will not disappoint as there is something for everyone even the fussiest eater. Sitting outside for breakfast is a delight , though yet again there are guests who think there is nothing wrong with smoking at the table. Last year I did say there were a couple of grumpy waiters but now there seems to be a whole new intake of young very efficient staff who were an absolute delight. The lunch time bar is still excellent serving delicious food under the eye of the wonderful Luz who seems to know everybody who has ever visited the hotel. The wonderful beach is directly outside the back door of the hotel if you decide to sit by the waves rather than the pool. The bar and entertainment in the evening are good and believe because of the new staff the service is better. I would recommend this Hotel to everybody except my mother-in -law as it is a happy place.More
Andrew R, 609066
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