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.
These single rooms are a great base for local exploration. They include free Wi-Fi, a bath and air-conditioning.
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Service could not be better. All guests greeted by management and staff in the evening. Perhaps a bit OTT but it does make everyone feel welcome and a bit special. The room had plenty of wardrobe space and a safe (20 Euros per week) Entertainment was varied and acts were good value for the cost of the holiday. Well done to the entertainments booking team. Hotel is geared mainly for adults although there were a few children. Drinks are expensive but all part of the holiday experience as it is nice to be served rather than buying cheap drinks at the supermarket to drink in your room. Wifi was excellent in the room and throughout the hotel. Choice of food was varied and very good quality. Third visit and again balcony door did not lock, but this seems to be a deliberate action on the part of the hotel. We had another super week and super weather with warm gentle breeze not strong winds!!. Older type hotel but spotless and very much to our liking. Pool area was spotless but note the sunbed towels are out early by inconsiderate guests and unoccupied for long periods. The hotel is a bit out from the town.More
Rick n Carol U, 1022656
Here just now
Requested the 6th floor on arrival last Friday we were given the keys to room 607 absolutely perfect 3rd visit to the Tres Islas still as good as last time, went to Riu Palace Jandia last May excellent too ðMore
4th visit...Still excellent!
We haven't visited this hotel in 6 years but so pleased to find that the excellent standards are being maintained. Very clean and the food is beautiful. We visited three times previously with young children but this time we also took my mother-in-law. She felt very "spoilt" and was impressed with the staff. As she kept saying "nothing is to much trouble" for the smiling friendly people that seem happy to serve you. Rafael was especially good at his job and very welcoming. We were particularly delighted to find that the single room booked for my mother-in-law was generous in size and had a bath and double bed. We were also given adjoining rooms to accommodate our family. The hotel is only a bus/taxi ride away from Corralejo but most days we just relaxed at the hotel and enjoyed the stunning beach. We also enjoyed the nightly live music with some great cocktails! Only improvement I could suggest would be more varied entertainment in the evenings, although we did enjoy the two nights when we watched a special show (flamenco dancing and a singing duo), and the house band are very good. Fabulous holiday, we all indulged ourselves and we will be back!More
Lovely hotel & staff
Very nice hotel but location wouldn't suit a lot of people you are out on a limb, but we were half board, not something we normally go for, but standard of food was very good. A short walk to the bus stop & taxi's readily available into the nearest them, Correlejo which we found was a lovely place for shops, food & bars etc. Downside far too many of our European friends, getting up at daybreak to hog all the sunbeds regardless of the weather. Taking 2 mattresses per sunbed & even managing to get more than 1 towel per person. Sometimes it appeared not using these sunbeds all day. The hotel need to address this how at 9am in the morning there hardly be a sunned that wasn't reserved but with no one on it!More
We found Paradise !
What a lovely hotel with great staff that will go out of their way to make sure that you the customer are satisfied. Nice large rooms and after the first night on a hard bed mentioned this to reception and they changed and added a soft top mattress immediately. See view rooms to die for. Food choice at Breakfast and Evening Dinner was fantastic. Such an array of local Canarian dishes plus many other continental types of food available. Extremely good quality.More
Roger N, 504201
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