This modern hotel comes well-equipped with all you need for a hassle-free beach break. The hotel is just a stone’s throw from the sea and a short walk from the resort of Caleta de Fuste.
Winner of the Spanish “Q” award for quality, the hotel itself is up-to-date and designed with enjoyment in mind. Offering two lagoon-like pools and an outdoor whirlpool bath, it’s easy to take ‘busy doing nothing’ to the next level here. Plus, there’s a separate children’s pool if you’ve got little ones in tow.
And then there’s the luxury Thalasso Centre just near to the hotel. This oasis of well-being comes complete with a sauna. And with all the treatments on offer, it won't just be the sun that’s making your skin glow.
Accommodation-wise, expect large, airy bedrooms with private balconies and huge beds. Décor-wise the rooms are as you’d expect – clean lines, wooden furniture, and a fresh, neutral colour scheme. And extras, like satellite TVs and hairdryers, come as standard.
As for dining, the restaurant serves up a wide variety of buffet food. Come breakfast time, whether you fancy a Continental spread or a full English, it’s all there for the taking.
Last but not least, the entertainment programme has earned itself a great reputation. Think stage shows with a distinctive West-End flavour and a mini-disco just for the kids.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-23.00. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Barcelo Thalasso Spa Centre*
You'll find the spa 200 metres away from the hotel offering a range of beauty treatments. You can choose from a variety of massages, body wraps, facials, manicures and pedicures. Plus there's a whirlpool bath, sauna, Turkish bath and indoor and outdoor pools with hydro-massage jets. If you're staying at the hotel you'll receive a discount on treatments.
Heated in winter. This pool comes with sunbeds and a roomy sun terrace.
For ages 4 to 12 years.
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superior double room
Superior double room sleeps up to 4, with a king-size or 2 twin beds. This room comes with a raindance shower, 32-inch plasma TV, bathrobes and slippers, pillow menu, internet and unlimited access per adult to the Thalasso Spa. Minibar at a charge. Cots are available.
Twin room sleeps up to 4, with a double or twin beds, 3rd bed is a sofa-bed. This room comes with satellite TV with Eurosport and BBC news. Cots are available.
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2 weeks in Fuerteventura
I stayed at this hotel at the end of January, 2014, It was a large hotel, and too big to be personal, I was rather disappointed with Fuerteventura 2 weeks was probably too long, It was my first visit to the Canaries probably not my cup of tea, the weather was varied, very warm when you got out of the wind when the sun came out. There was not a lot to do except walk along the same promenade, most people were happy to sit and watch the world go by. I think it is a place you either like or dislike, but I guess if you want winter sun, this would be 1 destination, without flying further. I think as with the rest of the world, the weather may not have been normal, for the islandMore
manwell65, Southern England
Definitely what you make it.
We have just returned from seven nights here. The arrival at reception was fairly chaotic as the transfer coach was full. As others have mentioned we were sent for lunch because the room wasn't ready and our welcome to the restaurant was disheartening - we were waved aimlessly towards a seating area without so much as a hello. I was really excited by the room (3315,) we had emailed beforehand to ask for an upper floor room and the hotel obliged. The view over the pool is lovely and the balcony was a sun trap at times. The bed is absolutely huge which I didn't like but it was comfortable. The air conditioning didn't seem to be operational but with the February weather it wasn't really necessary. The cleaners don't practice the attention to detail that I would expect from a 4* hotel but that could be my pickyness because it was clean enough. The TV remote was broken and the channels weren't working, again not to be expected for a 4* resort but we didn't miss the TV at all and I'm sure we could have taken it up with reception if it was a real issue. I am a fussy eater so the food was great for me; toast available at every meal! There was a different meat every evening (chicken, pork, veal and turkey) and a different fish. There was always chips, salad, breads, vegetables and pizza. It tasted nice and there was plenty of options. It was always warm. The huge negative in the restaurant is the service. The staff seem quite overworked and it is difficult to get a drink order placed. At times the staff seemed very abrupt. The pool bar was nice, the All Inclusive area was well stocked with wine, cava, soft drinks and at specified times there was food - although it was a little cold, but the timings of the buffet; breakfast until 10, lunch 1 - 3:30 and dinner 6 - 9:30 means you don't really need a snack. The spa is beautiful, well worth the upgrade to superior - we used it everyday. The pools are so relaxing and the airbeds by the outside pool are fantastic. We had a treatment each; the men's facial was great but my "aromatherapy massage" was awful. I have regular massages in the UK, and I was expecting a relaxing experience for my last day. The therapist didn't speak a single word of English and I had no idea how she wanted me to dress or lie. The "massage" turned out to be a lot of prodding on the face and skull and being covered in lemony scented oil. One negative is that you have to pay for calling the spa from the hotel. The evening entertainment isn't great - we actually left early a couple of times because it was a bit cringeworthy. It is incredibly difficult to get one drink ordered let alone a second. The cocktails are nicely presented and the tequila sunrise is nice (although it is questionable whether it contains tequila.) However, it was nice spending evenings on the balcony reading or just spending time together and we could have ventured out of the resort if we had wanted - there are plenty of bars and restaurants around. All in all, we had a lovely time. We kept ourselves to ourselves. The experience would not have been the same had we not used the spa but I think if you go to a spa hotel it is to be expected. It is a shame that some of the staff are abrupt, but they do a great job of keeping the hotel presentable and the food plentiful.More
Janey S, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Best breakfast ever
Excellent hotel and very service minded staff. Marvelous breakfast. Located in a nice area with several god restaurants in the proximity. Hotel ground well kept. Beds a little on the soft side. God value for money More
Paul D, Stockholm, Sweden
Great third visit
Just back from a week away. This was our third February holiday. The hotel is as lovely as before. Well maintained, attentive, polite staff. Great room, best bed every slept in on holiday. Very restful. The location of the hotel is great - by the sea, near the town and only 10 mins from the airport. The variety of food is great, plentiful and well presented. The staff throughout work really hard but do it with a smile on their faces. The weather this year was cooler than the last two years but still plenty of sunshine but a cool breeze. Didn't stop us enjoying the rest and break.More
Susan W, Stoke-on-Trent
Great winter break
My Wife and I have just returned from a week at the Barceló Fuerteventura Thalasso Spa Hotel. Could not fault the Hotel or staff. We were in room 2041 which was on the ground floor, the room was large and very quiet, with a huge bed, brilliant shower and spotlessly cleaned all week. Food was excellent, good quality and plenty of it. Plenty of things to do if you want to be active, we just went to chill for a week, which was easily done laying by the 2 large pools. Plenty of loungers available. There is a show on every night at 2130 and lasts about an hour, It's not West End, but the Hotel performers always gave 110% in effort and enthusiasm, take it for what it is and it's enjoyable. The only downside to the show is that the bar is right next to the theatre and was, at times, noisy spoiling some of the quieter songs. The hotel is next to the beach, which is large, clean and has ample shades/loungers for hire. Caleta de Fuste is right by the Hotel and has plenty of shops,bars and restaurants. This was our 1st winter holiday and we found that we should have taken a couple more jumpers/fleeces as it was quite cold as soon as the sun went down, during the day it was shorts and tee shirts weather. This was a most enjoyable weeks holiday and we would highly recommend the Hotel. We will definitely be returning next year.More
EdwinaB985, Deal, United Kingdom
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